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  • Non-essential app blocking for corporate-managed phones comes to G Suite

    Corporate data security is paramount—particularly in industries with regulations like HIPAA which include steep fines for negligently handled personal data. Accordingly, allowing employees access to that data on mobile devices is not without its share of risks, as the potential of malware or lost/stolen devices may result in expropriated data. Google has introduced an extra step for IT managers to ensure that devices are compliant with corporate-defined security policy. Device Policy will now restrict apps determined to be nonessential (like Chrome or Gmail) from running until a device is returned to compliance.

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    Non-essential app blocking for corporate-managed phones comes to G Suite was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Update: Allo too] You can speak to Assistant in Korean on your phone and Android Wear watch

    At I/O this year, Google promised support for the Korean language would be coming by the end of the year to Assistant. Then at the October Pixel event a couple of weeks ago, Google also stated that Actions on Google (third-party Assistant integrations from different services) now support Korean.

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    [Update: Allo too] You can speak to Assistant in Korean on your phone and Android Wear watch was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ to get stable Oreo in late January

    Samsung are preparing to update the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus to a stable version of Android 8.0 Oreo. Here’s how to make sure you get the update.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • T-Mobile wants to ‘Un-carrier’ television with its own service

    T-Mobile has announced today that it’s going to “Un-carrier” your TV with its own new service in 2018, and the company just took its first step by buying Layer3 TV, an online television provider. The motivation behind the move? John Legere—T-Mobile’s exuberant CEO—says that, since T-Mobile is already disrupting the 2nd most hated industry in America, it may as well set its sights on the first: cable and satellite TV. That’s…

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    T-Mobile wants to ‘Un-carrier’ television with its own service was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • A smartphone isn’t bad just because it’s not for you

    We all love our Android devices, but what’s good for us doesn’t always suit others. But before you slam anyone else for their choices, consider a few things.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Coffee, Wine, and Beer Accessories Gift Guide

    Everyone loves a good drink. Whether it’s coffee, wine, beer or something a little bit stronger, these gifts are perfect to quell that thirst. From The Periodic Table of Wine to GrowlerWerks’ Pressurized Growler, there’s something here for every price range.

    Yeti Roadie 20 CoolerMade for the rough and tumble, and designed to keep your water in its frozen state, this cooler is also the perfect size for one-day events like tailgating or hiking.Amazon$199.99WishlistInstant 1-Button Electric Wine AeratorIf you’re drinking your wine straight from the bottle without letting it breathe, you’re doing it wrong. This electric aerator will change the way you drink.Amazon$59.99WishlistGrowlerWerks uKeg 128 Pressurized Growler for Craft BeerYou can’t just get your beer to go in a plastic cup. You need to go with a growler that can preserve the flavor and the temperature.Amazon$199.00WishlistAll-In-One 7-piece Espresso/Cappuccino Machine Bundle SetStop wasting all your money at Starbucks. W…

  • Spotify is testing a new three tab interface, simpler list layouts, and other visual changes

    Spotify’s been doing incremental tweaks to its Android UI for a long time. Since I’ve been working here at AP, it seems like we get at least a tip or two a month related to one minor change or another. That means the company’s server-side A/B changes are pretty well known to us as a result of our position in the grapevine. Recently we’ve been getting reports of a UI test that includes a new consolidated three-tab navigation, simpler list views, larger interface elements, and the return of an old UI test. 

    These changes appear to be server-side, as is usual for Spotify.

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    Spotify is testing a new three tab interface, simpler list layouts, and other visual changes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Stack multiple $40 PlayStation Plus 1-year memberships to save for years to come

    You’ll be thanking yourself years from now.

    PlayStation Plus members know how crucial the subscription service is if you enjoy playing multiplayer on the PS4. Though the price of the one-year subscription was ratcheted up by $10 earlier this year to $60, most PS4 gamers continue to pay Sony monthly or yearly for their membership between $5 and $8 a month depending on the subscription length purchased. Right now however, you can pick up multiple years of PlayStation Plus at just $39.99 each via Amazon, bringing your monthly cost down to $3.33.

    Maybe your current subscription still has six months left before it expires – that’s still no reason to hold off on this deal. You could grab two years of PS Plus for just $20 more than one year regularly costs right now, and the codes stack so you can enter them all as soon as they arrive and have your membership locked in for a while. What’s great about PlayStation Plus is that the membership you buy can be used on a variety of PlayStation c…

  • HQ Trivia gets its first rival app: The Q brings the excitement of daily trivia to Android!

    Finally, Android users can experience the highs and lows (and lag) of a live trivia game show streamed to your phone!

    Trivia is back in the spotlight these days, thanks in large part to the viral sensation that is HQ Trivia. Currently exclusive to iOS, HQ Trivia is a daily trivia game show that lets players play with hundreds of thousands of others for a chance to win cash. While HQ Trivia plans to launch an Android app by Christmas, a new challenger has emerged from beta ready to try and challenge HQ Trivia for the hearts and trivia minds of Android users.

    It’s called The Q, and the app has just gone live in the Google Play Store. Just like HQ Trivia, it’s free to play with real cash on the line for every game. I’ve been playing The Q throughout its beta-testing phase and I also play HQ Trivia, so I can confirm that it offers a very similar experience to playing HQ Trivia — even down to the laggy video and other technical difficulties.

    This is an exciting new breed of liv…

  • Google Assistant coming to Android tablets and older phones

    Available for phones running 5.0 Lollipop and tablets on Marshmallow and Nougat.

    The Google Assistant first launched on the Pixel and Pixel XL in October 2016, and then a few months later in March 2017, expanded to all Android phones running Marshmallow 6.0 or newer. Today, December 13, 2017, Google is expanding the Assistant’s availability to even more phones and now tablets.

    If you own a phone that’s still running 5.0 Lollipop (which it very well might be), you’ll now be able to jump in on the Google Assistant action. After you get an update on your phone that adds the Assistant and opt-in to you use it, you’ll be able to prompt it by saying “Ok, Google”, long-pressing your home button, or by tapping the Assistant icon that’s added to your “all apps” list.

    Google Assistant on phones currently supports the U.S., UK, India, Australia, Canada, and Singapore in English, the U.S., Mexico, and Spain in Spanish, as well as Italy, Japan, Germany, Brazil, and Korea.

    In addition to this,…

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