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Google Shoots First, Asks Questions Later With AirDroid After Broad Facebook Trademark Complaint

Last night, we received a tip that the Play Store listing for AirDroid, a popular app that allows users to see notifications, respond to messages, and manage content from their Android devices on a desktop, had been removed from the Play Store. The listing was directing to Google's infamous "Not Found" page.

We reached out to the AirDroid team who, at the time, were still trying to figure out what had happened.

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Google Calendar Web And API Now Support Adding File Attachments To Events Via Google Drive

No longer a labs option, file attachments in Google Calendar are going to the stable channel. A feature oriented towards shared events, this can allow you to share important information that can't be captured in a written description. It is live now on the web and the API is ready for use, which means we should see app developers taking advantage in the near future.

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You'll see that "add attachment" option when creating a new calendar event, and when clicked you will see something like this:

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That should look familiar if you've shared files on the web with any other Google product in the recent past.

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Sony Xperia Z3+ Camera App Can Crash In Mere Seconds In Some Modes Due To Overheating

Sony's de facto flagship right now is the Xperia Z3+ (AKA the Xperia Z4 in some regions). It runs a Snapdragon 810 processor, which has gained a reputation for running hot. Sony's camera software isn't doing anything to prove that assumption wrong. Watch in the video below as the camera app crashes in a few seconds because of high temperatures.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge And Sony Xperia ZL Get Official TWRP Support

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NVIDIA Extends Free GRID Access To July 31st, GRID Store Launches In August

NVIDIA's cloud-based game streaming service has been available on SHIELD devices as a free beta for a long time now, but the subscription version of the service was supposed to be arriving around now. According to NVIDIA, that won't be happening for another month, so GRID continues to be free until July 31st. This applies to all three SHIELD devices.

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[Deal Alert] Expansys USA Offers The 32GB Nexus 9 LTE For $380 With Free Shipping, $220 Off The Retail Price

There are some impressive alternatives to Google's flagship tablet, but if you want an AOSP-powered machine with a built-in LTE radio, you're hard pressed to find anything in the same weight class. The 32GB version of the Nexus 9 LTE goes for a whopping $600 on Google's online US storefront. Amazon is selling it for quite a bit less, but if you want a good deal, you can't beat Expansys USA.

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[Deal Alert] Unlocked LG G3 (D850) On Sale For $329.99 Via eBay [Update]

The LG G4 is out now, so the G3 is technically yesterday's news. It's still a fine phone, though, and the price is getting more reasonable all the time. You can pick up a new unlocked one right now for $330 on eBay. It was most recently on sale for $340, and it's still around $400 on Amazon.

2015-06-23 16_51_44-LG G3 D850 32GB Blue Unlocked Smartphone New _ eBay

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Samsung Offers To Cover The Difference If You Buy A 64GB Galaxy S6 Instead of 32GB (Via A $100 Rebate)

Samsung's promotion website has a new deal today that might tempt you to finally pull the trigger on that Galaxy S6 you've had your eye on. If you buy the 64GB Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, Samsung will basically cover the difference between that and the 32GB with a $100 rebate. Samsung calls this the "Ultimate Upgrade." You have until the end of the day on July 5th to make your purchase.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge On US Cellular Get Android 5.1.1 OTA Update, 2nd Gen Moto X Begins 5.1 Soak Test

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The Amazon Echo Voice Control Gadget Is Now Available To All US Customers For $179.99, No Invite Necessary

If you've been drooling over Amazon's version of Google Now and Siri (or perhaps HAL-9000... in a good way), you can now buy it without an invitation. Starting today, the Echo is available in the United States for $179.99. That's $20 off of the original "retail" price, but $80 more than Amazon Prime customers have been paying after going through the invitation process. Those who purchase today will also have to wait a bit, since the Echo isn't shipping until July 14th.

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