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Twitter is killing Nuzzel and it's ok if you have no idea what that means

Twitter is killing Nuzzel and it's ok if you have no idea what that means

Twitter is working on a subscription service, hoping to get people hooked with incentives such as an Undo Send button. In its latest attempt to spice up this service Twitter acquired Scroll, which lets readers support their favorite publishers (including us) while blocking ads. This development also sunsets a personalized daily news service called Nuzzel, which is owned by Scroll.

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Weekend poll: Have you signed up for the Android Police newsletter?

Weekend poll: Have you signed up for the Android Police newsletter?

We've all got our own ways of getting the news. There are plenty of sources out there (including us), and lots of different ways to consume it — from video to audio to this: the written word. And if you prefer to have that news delivered rather than seeking it out, you should check out the Android Police newsletter.

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Android Police now has a newsletter—subscribe here

Android Police now has a newsletter—subscribe here

Newsletters are once again all the rage, and we've finally decided Android Police should have one. We'll be starting with a weekly email every Friday morning rounding up the biggest, best, and most interesting stories on AP. Our first newsletter went out this morning (you can read it here), and we're curious to hear your feedback. While we've settled on the current format for now (news, analysis, a deal or two, and our big stories), we're happy to take suggestions as to what you'd like to see in the newsletter, or what could make it a more compelling and interesting read for you.

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