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HBO Now Is Coming To Android Later Today, Already Available For Fire Tablets, Fire TV And Chromecast Sometime Soon

At this year's Google I/O, we heard that HBO Now would eventually be available across all Android devices. Well, today appears to be that day. HBO appears set to drop Now into the Play Store. The company has listed Android as "coming later today" on its list of supported devices.

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If you have one of Amazon's Fire tablets, your wait is already up. HBO Now is already available on the latest generation of slates, which includes the Fire HD 6 and Fire HD 7.

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Motorola Teases A "Better Mobile Relationship" With July 28th Livestream

Motorola has something to announce later this month, and it's teasing it in a bizarre fashion. According to the Moto blog, "a better mobile relationship is headed your way." Whatever romantic entanglement Motorola has planned, we'll find out on July 28th.

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AT&T's HTC One M9 Gets Its Android 5.1 Over-The-Air Update, RUU File Also Available

HTC One M9 owners on AT&T, your update is now ready. The Android 5.1 update is going out to customers starting today. Well, yesterday, at least according to the support page text, though we haven't actually heard from any AT&T customers who have actually spotted the OTA yet. In addition to the software goodies in Lollipop 5.1, this build includes "Device Protection." Remember, it may be a week or more before the staggered rollout gets to everyone.

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Budget MVNO Ting Officially Recommends The Nexus 6, Complete With Android Police Watermark

Ting would like you to know that the Nexus 6 works great with its low price MVNO service. And it does: thanks to the N6's all-inclusive radio setup, the phone sold on the Play Store in the US can be used on both the company's CDMA and GSM network setups. There's just one problem - that's not a Nexus 6.

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Nexus 6 Owners On Project Fi: Here's The Factory Image For Android 5.1.1 LVY48C

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Galaxy S6 Review Addendum: Three Months Later

The Galaxy S6 has been out for three months now, so it's time to revisit this phone and see if any of my feelings from the original review have evolved. At the time this seemed like a pretty fantastic phone with few drawbacks. Samsung made a lot of changes with this year's Galaxy flagship, so does it also avoid some of the long-term pitfalls of past phones? Let's find out.

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[Deal Alert] Unlocked HTC One M9 On Sale For $544.99 For Amazon Prime Day (Limited Quantities)

That Nexus 6 deal from earlier only lasted a few seconds, but it looks like there's slightly less demand for the HTC One M9. The unlocked version of this device in gold is on sale for $544.99, which is over $100 off the regular price. It's a lightning deal, so hurry up.

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[Deal Alert] Nexus 6 (32GB Blue) Will Be On Sale For $399.99 At 8:50AM PDT For Amazon Prime Day—Hurry [Update: Sold Out]

Amazon's Prime Day deals in the US have been sort of a bust so far. There have been some nice discounts, but they're selling out mega-fast. This time we've got a little lead time, so you can get all set up to snag a Nexus 6 for a mere $399. That's $100 off the recently reduced price. It'll probably go quick, though.

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HTC Announces Budget-Friendly Desire 526 And 626 For The US

HTC has reportedly had issues moving the premium One M9 in the face of stiff competition from the likes of Samsung and LG, but maybe a more modest device could make some headway. The Desire 526 and Desire 626 have been announced for the US, and they'll be available on various carriers in the coming weeks. The specs aren't great, but they ought to be cheap.

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Google Announces Eddystone, An Open-Source And Cross Platform BLE Beacon Format

Contextual awareness is one of the pillars of Google's recent push in mobile communications. You don't have to look far to see that: Google Now has been getting better and better at "guessing" the information that you need before you even look for it. But when it comes to location, we all know that it can use some help. Not just Google Now, actually. Most current location techniques are quite lacking indoors, underground, or simply fail to differentiate between you standing in front of a bus on one side or the other of the street. That's where beacons, which are small Bluetooth Low Energy devices, come into play by providing a quicker and more granularly precise location information.

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