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Google bets big on localized products in India with $10 billion investment

Google for India is the annual event where many company executives, including Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, take the stage to announce what’s next for Google in the country. This year’s digital event was a little different and focused more on education — a sector that has been badly hit as a result of recent lockdowns — in addition to small businesses. The biggest takeaway from today's event was the $10 billion investment parent company Alphabet is committed to the development of its Indian business.

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YouTube Music now features playlists hand-crafted by artists

While YouTube Music is still missing a few features from Play Music, Google is already working on making the service more capable than its predecessor (or more similar to Spotify, depending on your perspective). The company has added artist playlists to the platform, allowing you to listen to the music your favorite bands listen to — if they proactively add playlists to their profiles, that is.

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OnePlus Nord’s dual front cams will let you take ultra-wide selfies

In typical fashion, OnePlus is leaving no stone unturned to hype up its new mid-ranger. Just like the norm before every phone launch, the company’s been dropping bits of information about the upcoming Nord. Thanks to a series of teasers, we already have a pretty good idea of how the handset will shape up. Further elaborating on these details, the latest teaser tells us about the ultra-wide camera capabilities of the Nord’s dual selfie sensors.

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Google mistakenly shows off the Pixel 4a on its official store

Google's upcoming midrange device, the Pixel 4a, has been leaked more than enough times over the past few months and we currently know everything about it except its price and release date. The latter may be approaching quickly, though, as Google inadvertently showed off the phone on its Canadian Store then quickly removed it.

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Professor Layton and the Unwound Future is finally available on Android

The Professor Layton series of puzzle games has been incredibly popular since its debut on the Nintendo DS, and the first two games have already been ported to Android. Now the third title in the original triology, Professor Layton and the Unwound Future, is coming to mobile later this month.

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Tom Clancy's Elite Squad is a new action RPG from Ubisoft, and it's coming to Android August 27

Ubisoft has revealed Tom Clancy's Elite Squad, a new free-to-play action RPG that will stuff everyone's favorite Clancy characters into a single release. It will play like a strategic military RPG that's based around the lore of popular Ubisoft titles, such as Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell, The Division, and Rainbow Six. You'll get to form a team of your favorite Clancy characters to take on a story-driven single-player campaign or face off against your friends in an online PvP battle mode.

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Twitter just hit 1 billion installs on the Play Store

It's hard to imagine the world without Twitter right now. So much is happening on the platform these last few years, from politics, product announcements, and grassroots movements to more personal means of communication. Given that there are 7.8 billion people in the world and Android being the most used mobile operating system, you'd think that the Twitter app already has more than one billion installs, but no, the application has just now crossed that milestone on the Play Store.

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OnePlus announces its first true wireless earphones, the OnePlus Buds

OnePlus has (sort of) announced its first pair of true wireless earbuds. In typical fashion, the company has told us that the product is coming, but saved any real information or images for a later date. July 21 will mark the full reveal of the OnePlus Buds as well as the much-hyped OnePlus Nord smartphone.

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Google's antitrust woes intensify as California opens new investigation

Google has been no stranger to antitrust cases in recent years with the European Commission going after it several times, but there's now mounting pressure in its own country, too. The United States Department of Justice could be about to open legal proceedings against Google, along with numerous state attorneys across the nation and the House Judiciary Committee. Google's home state of California had been reluctant to join but has reportedly opened its own investigation in recent days.

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Stadia will get Far Cry 6 in February next year

Ubisoft has just revealed the sixth installment of Far Cry, set on "a Caribbean island simmering with revolutionary tension." Google quickly jumped in to announce that the new part of the series will also come to Stadia when it launches on February 18, 2021, which will make it the first Far Cry game you can play on the streaming platform.

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