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Google's New 'OnHub' Smart Wireless Router Is On Sale In The Google Store, Amazon, And More For $199 (US And Canada)

Google has been branching out into new areas recently with the acquisition of Nest and Dropcam, but now it has partnered with TP-Link to make something new—a WiFi router called the OnHub. I know, you've already got a router, but this one looks pretty great as far as routers go. It will automatically adjust channels and bandwidth to suit your usage, it remembers your devices, it's got a speaker/Bluetooth, and there's a mobile app to manage it all.

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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 3 Appears In Leaked Promotional Materials, Features Camera Located On Kickstand Hinge And Claims 20 Hours Battery Life

It has been about a year since Lenovo released its Android version of the Yoga Tablet 2, so it was only a short matter of time before we would hear about an update if they plan on continuing the mid- to upper-range line of tablets.

Twitter-based @upleaks has posted two images that appear to be marketing renders for Asian markets that feature the Yoga Tablet 3. While they leave a lot of mystery as to what's inside the upcoming device, they offer a glimpse of what is to come.

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In this article's hero image, you may notice one peculiar aspect of the tablet's construction: a camera on the signature kickstand's hinge.

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[Update: New Images] Android M Developer Preview 3 Images Now Available For The Nexus 5, 6, 9, And Player

Still reeling from the reveal of the official Android Marshmallow statue at the Googleplex and the confirmation that the new version is Android 6.0? Well hold on to your butts, because there's more coming. In addition to the new reveals, Google has published the third version of the Android M Developer Preview. Presumably this latest release is pretty close to the final version that we should be seeing on new devices and over-the-air updates later this year.

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Google Photos Now Lets You Manually Edit Timestamps And Reorder Album Photos On The Web

Even though its editing options are still limited, Google Photos' decoupling from Google+ has had a positive influence on the service and its development so far. The latest update that made its way through tackles the web interface at photos.google.com and adds a few needed features.

First is the ability to manually edit the timestamp on a photo. A new edit button shows up when you hover over the timestamp on a photo's info and lets you change the date and time the pic was taken at, in case your phone or camera wasn't appropriately set and the photo was stamped inaccurately.

Second is the option to reorder photos in an album.

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T-Mobile Will Open Its Samsung Galaxy Note 5 And S6 Edge+ Orders Today, Tuesday 18th, At 6AM PT

Are you itching for a new big phone from Samsung? And are you a T-Mobile customer with little patience and not enough energy to go through pre-orders and then orders to get your shiny new gadget? Then today's your lucky day. John Legere has announced on Twitter that T-Mobile's orders for both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ will be open today, Tuesday 18th, at 6am PT.

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US Patent Office Overturns Infamous Apple iPhone Design Patent, Samsung May Not Be Paying Apple Much After All

While it's not the "rounded rectangle" iPad patent of fame, the iPhone 3G design patent is easily the second most-famous Apple design patent of record. It's called D618677, and it was a key issue in Samsung v. Apple "round one" - and by "key issue," I mean "reason for most of the remaining half billion dollars in damages." According to the USPTO, that iPhone design patent is now invalid on multiple counts of obviousness in light of prior art (in a technical, not literal, sense - two very different things).

Samsung was deemed to infringe this patent by a jury, and while it may well have were the patent valid, the USPTO is saying the point is moot - the patent itself is not eligible for protection.

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Google Launches A Dedicated Hangouts Website, Another Way To Access Hangouts From A Browser

Between the Chrome extension, the Chrome app, Gmail, Inbox, and Google+, there are plenty of ways you can sign in to Hangouts while you're at a computer. But maybe you need one more. Today Google has launched hangouts.google.com. You're welcome.

Hangouts' dedicated website provides a single obvious way to access your contacts list and start chatting, as the URL is one you could probably guess. The site lets you open up multiple conversations at once just as you've been doing in Gmail since the dawn of time. You can also start group conversations, place a voice call, or fire up the webcam.

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Google Delays Project Ara Until At Least 2016, Still Deciding On Initial Launch Location

The news late last week for Google's modular smartphone initiative was not good. After promising a real world test of Project Ara would take place in 2015, Google finally had to pull back and cancel those plans. A series of tweets today at least provides some clues as to what's next for Ara. There are three tweets which conveniently answer the questions—when, where, and why?

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LG Display Commits To Spending $8.5 Billion To Improve OLED Technology

When you think of OLED displays on phones, you probably think of Samsung's Super AMOLED. However, LG is a larger display manufacturer overall. Most of its phones and retail panels are LCD, and the few forays into OLED haven't been awesome. However, with the decision to pump a few billion dollars into research, LG Display could quickly catch up.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon's Fire HD 6 And Fire HD 6 Kids Edition Tablets Are $70 And $120 Today ($30 Off Each)

Looking for a starter tablet? You know, something to give a kid or someone not so into tech that they would scoff at something not running regular Android? Then consider the Fire HD 6. Amazon is currently offering it for $30 off, bringing the price to a compelling $70. Sure, the 1280 by 800 6-inch display won't turn heads, but the build quality is solid enough where it won't feel like a comparatively priced off-brand knock off.

Maybe you're looking to stick a tablet in the hands of a really little person, someone not ready for a big kid tablet.

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