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Alleged Moto G Fourth-Gen Leaked Photos Show A Fingerprint Reader

Everything old is new again. If you'll recall, Motorola (before it was gobbled up by Google, then Lenovo) was one of the first Android manufacturers to use a fingerprint sensor. Oddly, they've now become one of the last hold-outs after more reliable technology has made mobile sensors much better. According to a few spy shots of what looks like a new Moto G redesign posted at NowhereElse.fr, Motorola thinks it's just about time to bring them back.

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YouTube Gains 360-Degree Live Streaming And Spatial Audio

360-degree video can have the effect of making you feel like you're standing in a different place. It's not unlike a previous technological innovation that sought to do the same thing—live video. Watching a live event on TV remains the most common alternative to getting tickets and attending in person.

Today Google has announced a marriage of the two. YouTube now supports live 360-degree video.

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[Update: $227.72] [Deal Alert] Moto 360 Sport In Black Down To $236 On Amazon

Motorola took its time releasing the Moto 360 Sport smart watch after announcing it, probably because the device turned out to be somewhat mediocre. At $300 it was too expensive, but the latest price drop on Amazon makes it much more palatable. The black 360 Sport is on sale for $236.17 right now with Prime shipping.

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Samsung Pay Adds Support For TD Bank And Regions Bank

Samsung Pay works in more places than Apple Pay and Android Pay thanks to its magnetic stripe support, but that doesn't mean it can handle every card. Samsung and your bank must cooperate before you can store your debit or credit card on your phone. Otherwise, you're left tapping your smartphone against the card reader for no reason.

To reduce the likelihood of such shenanigans, two more banks have made the list.

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[Update: APK Download] Podcasts Finally Come To Play Music, But Only In The US And Canada For Now

Google announced the addition of podcasts to Play Music in October of last year. We heard a few rumored dates for the feature to actually roll out, but they came and went without a peep. The latest April 18th rumor seems to be legit—Google just announced that podcasts are official in Play Music for Android and the web. They're only available in the US and Canada right now, though.

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[Deal Alert] Unlocked AT&T BlackBerry Priv Marked All The Way Down To $449.99 ($200 Off)

The BlackBerry Priv is an expensive phone. Despite undergoing a price drop earlier this month, the device still costs $650! That's quite a chunk of change, especially for a debut product from a new Android manufacturer (though you may have heard the name once or twice somewhere else).

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 And S6 Edge+ Receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA Updates

Galaxy Note 5 owners on Verizon Wireless and Sprint received Android 6.0 last month. Weeks later, the time has come for T-Mobile customers to get the same experience. The carrier has started pushing over-the-air updates to devices.

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CoWatch Is The First Smartwatch That Uses Amazon's Alexa Voice Control System, Pre-Orders Are Now Up On Indiegogo

At this point asking people to support your crowd-funded concept device is kind of like asking them to support your "sure-fire multi-level marketing system." Sure, it could be legitimate, but it's better to just treat that money as if it's gone forever. That said, smartwatches might be the one exception. Pebble, arguably the legitimate dark horse in that small market and one of the first to successfully market itself, got started on Kickstarter. So maybe it wouldn't be fair to dismiss the CoWatch, a new smartwatch that features interoperability with Amazon's Alexa voice control system, out of hand.

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New SHIELD Android TV Update 3.1 Rolling Out With Mouse Support Via Controller, Game Optimizations, And More

NVIDIA is sending out a new OTA update for the SHIELD Android TV box, and it adds at least one feature people have been anxious to get. When the latest update hits your device, you'll finally be able to use apps with a mouse cursor. There are also optimizations for new games and a number of Marshmallow bug fixes.

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TWRP Already Available For The HTC 10

By all accounts, the HTC 10 is the best phone HTC has made in several years. Now there's another reason to get excited about it if you're the sort who likes to mod devices. TWRP is already available for the 10, even though you won't be able to get one in your hands for another couple weeks.

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