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Google may add a Restricted Networking Mode in Android 12

Google may add a Restricted Networking Mode in Android 12

Android 11 may not have rolled out to your phone just yet, but that doesn't change the fact that we're going to hear a lot more about Android 12 starting next month. If previous years are any indicator, February will see the announcement of the first developer preview. We recently learned about the upcoming app hibernation feature, and today we've heard about yet another one.

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These cases turn the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro into a retro flip phone

These cases turn the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro into a retro flip phone

Truly wireless earbuds are hella convenient, but the comparatively expensive price tags associated with them usually call for the use of cases. While most official cases are a standard affair, Samsung's newest ones for its latest Galaxy Buds Pro offer up some welcome nostalgia.

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Verizon now pushing Android 11 update to Galaxy Z Fold2

Verizon now pushing Android 11 update to Galaxy Z Fold2

As Samsung promised in its international update timeline, the Galaxy Z Fold2 has just started receiving Android 11 this month. The update includes the latest version of One UI, 3.0, and the most recent Android security patch from January 2021, as SamMobile reports.

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Google Sheets adds range name box for faster navigation

Google Sheets adds range name box for faster navigation

Google has added a simple, but useful feature to Sheets: a range name box. If you click to the left of the formula bar, the new dropdown shows your current ranges in the sheet, as well as an option to manage new ranges.

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Bug causing Google Search queries with custom date ranges to freeze has been fixed

Bug causing Google Search queries with custom date ranges to freeze has been fixed

When you run as many services with as many features as Google, bugs tend to pop up from time to time. The latest major bug concerns Google Search's custom date ranges, which are causing tabs to freeze when used. Google is working on fixing this and has presented a workaround for the time being.

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Google Pay now works with another 18 American financial institutions

Google Pay now works with another 18 American financial institutions

Google Pay already works with about 3,000 partners, but that doesn't hinder it from continuing to support more banks and credit unions. After adding 89 financial institutions to the list last month, the mobile payment service just added another 67 just in the US.

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January 2021 security patch rolling out to AT&T Galaxy A51 and Galaxy Fold

January 2021 security patch rolling out to AT&T Galaxy A51 and Galaxy Fold

Samsung is continuing its update hot streak this week, starting the US rollout of the January 2021 security patch with the unlocked Galaxy S20 and Note20, as well as the Verizon S10 5G and A50. The changelog doesn't mention anything other than the bump to January's patch, so don't expect any new features.

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Nvidia Shield TV can now use PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S controllers

Nvidia Shield TV can now use PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S controllers

The Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 started arriving on store shelves a few months ago, but both consoles have been incredibly difficult to find. If you've been lucky enough to score one, or you just have the controllers, here's some extra good news — you can now use your shiny new controller with Nvidia's Android TV boxes.

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Gmail makes it easier to ignore Chat with new sidebar controls

Gmail makes it easier to ignore Chat with new sidebar controls

Gmail is one of Google's most widely used products, which means the company likes to cram a lot of integrations with its other tools into it. Last year, a redesigned interface showed up for G Suite customers with support for Chat and Rooms sections in the sidebar. Now Google is rolling out an update that lets users resize these sections to suit their needs.

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Samsung has a new rugged tablet with an S Pen and removable battery

Samsung has a new rugged tablet with an S Pen and removable battery

Samsung sells a few rugged Android devices under its 'Active' brand, but it has been over three years since the company released a new rugged tablet. Thankfully, businesses looking for tough devices now have a new model to pick from: the Galaxy Tab Active3.

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