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[Update: 24 more] Google Pay growth continues unchecked with these 60 new US banks

It's been several weeks since we last checked in to see the progress Google was making towards its apparent goal of signing every single financial institution in America up for Google Pay support. Unsurprisingly, Google's been very busy throughout this period, and today we're looking at all the new banks ready to work with the service.

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Grab a 4K Fire TV stick for $25 (50% off) with this coupon code

Amazon announced a ton of new streaming devices last month, but the 2018 4K Fire TV stick doesn't have a replacement on the way (at least, not yet). Now you can grab the streaming device for $25, a 50% discount from the usual price.

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Google is testing video tutorial bubbles in its search app

Within a few months of withdrawing topic bubbles from the Discover feed, Google has reintroduced similar elements for some of its search app users as part of a server-side test. Only this time, the bubbles serve a different purpose and are actually helpful.

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UK exclusive: Activate a Sony Xperia 5 on EE and receive a free PlayStation 4 or PSVR Starter Pack

Sony may be more widely known for its PlayStation gaming consoles than its Android phones, but with this exclusive UK deal, you can own the best of both. From now through November 4th, readers in the United Kingdom can activate a Sony Xperia 5 on a 30GB EE network plan and receive their choice of a PlayStation 4 or a PlayStation VR Starter Pack.

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New Windows 10 Insider build brings Link to Windows and screen mirroring to more Galaxy devices

Windows Insider is an open software testing program run by Microsoft offering pre-release builds of Windows 10 with new features (and bugs). Testers get to be on the bleeding edge, and Microsoft gets bug reports. It's a win-win situation for the most part and quite similar to beta programs run by Google and Samsung. A new build came out this week— version 18995 — and it brings to the table multiple Android-related goodies for Samsung owners. Insiders now have the Link to Windows feature on more devices, a screen mirroring feature called Phone screen, and a new paint job for the Your Phone desktop app.

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Ring Video Doorbell 2 down to $124 thanks to promo code ($76 off)

If you're looking at adding an extra layer of security and convenience to your home, video doorbells could be a good idea. Unfortunately, such products are usually quite expensive, but you can save $76 on a new Ring's Video Doorbell 2 from Rakuten thanks to this coupon.

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Oppo uploads then deletes surreal, hilariously bad ColorOS ads

Yesterday, Oppo tweeted a pair of ads for ColorOS, the company's take on Android, that were absolutely fascinating. The low-budget English-language spots saw users of Oppo phones waxing poetic over ColorOS, talking about it like a romantic partner — an already uncomfortable premise amplified by just how poorly crafted the videos were. This morning, the videos were deleted — but you can bet your bottom dollar we saved them.

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Google celebrates Halloween with a cemetery for its dead products

Whether the Google Seattle team is just saddened by the loss of a few dear old services or in the mood for a spooky Halloween season is up for debate, but on its campus, a cemetery of old, dead Google products has popped up. Rather than induce shivers of fear in onlookers, it probably triggers nostalgia and sadness.

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Chrome Canary gets tab thumbnail previews on desktop

Google is constantly working on improving and tweaking Chrome, and the best place to witness changes before they're finalized and ready for everyone is the developer preview version, Canary. One of the recent features to come to the browser on desktops is Tab Strips. When you activate the correct flags linked to it on v79, an extra button appears in the toolbar. It lets you enlarge the tab overview and see thumbnails of the websites you're browsing.

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[Update: Orange, more angles] First press renders of the Pixel 4 and 4 XL confirm what we already know

A recent leak showed the Pixel 4 XL from all its angles along with some of its notable aspects like the 90Hz Smooth Display and new face unlocking hardware. Now, a noted tipster, Evan Blass, has posted a couple of press images of the two 2019 Google flagships that add little to the already available information.

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