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  • Google Podcasts ready to launch globally on Android with 2 million indexed podcasts

    Changes have been afoot with Google and podcasts for many months. Cody has discovered sign after sign of the Google app adding podcast support, there was a long exposé of Google’s podcast plans a couple of months ago, and podcast subscription and management then downloads started showing up. The wait is over now and it seems that Google is finally ready to reveal its podcast app and plans.

    Before you get over-excited, this new Google Podcasts “app” appears to be the same podcast functionality that’s been there in the Google app and that we’ve covered before, with a few more recent changes that started rolling out with the latest beta.

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    Google Podcasts ready to launch globally on Android with 2 million indexed podcasts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Alexa Skills Kit and Voice Service expand to Italy and Spain, Echo devices coming later in the year

    Amazon has announced that the Amazon Echo and other Alexa speakers from Bose and Sonos are coming to Spain and Italy later this year. In preparation for that, it is now expanding the Alexa Skills Kit and Voice Service to these two countries.
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  • Developers in Cambodia, Kenya, Uzbekistan, and Zambia can now distribute paid apps on Google Play

    There are many countries around the world where you can register for a Google Play developer account but not a merchant account, meaning you can create as many apps as you want and distribute them, as long as you want them to be free. Four of these countries are getting proper merchant account registration support: Cambodia, Kenya, Uzbekistan, and Zambia. 

    If you live in any of these four locales, you probably very rarely see your country’s name mentioned on Android Police, so this is our opportunity to say “Hello!” The news should also be very welcome for you, whether you’re a developer wanting to distribute paid apps/games or a user looking for more high-quality relevant content.

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    Developers in Cambodia, Kenya, Uzbekistan, and Zambia can now distribute paid apps on Google Play was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • U.S. Senate rebukes Trump, reimposes sanctions on ZTE

    ZTE’s woes continue as the U.S. Senate rolls out a new bill that prohibits the manufacturer from doing business with U.S. firms.

    It’s a turbulent time for ZTE. The U.S. government issued a Denial Order against the company back in April, essentially prohibiting the Chinese manufacturer from buying hardware components from the likes of Qualcomm or Intel. The order effectively killed ZTE’s smartphone business as it prevented Google from certifying the manufacturer’s phones.

    It looked like there may be a resolution a few weeks ago, as Donald Trump revealed that he was working with China’s president Xi Jinping to revoke the ban. Last week, ZTE finalized a deal with the Commerce Department that would see the Chinese company pay a $1 billion fine in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.

    The U.S. Senate has now taken matters into its own hands, and has included an amendment in the National Defense Authorization Act that once again places sanctions on ZTE. The bill passed the Senate flo…

  • U.S. Senate rebukes Trump, reimposes sanctions on ZTE

    ZTE’s woes continue as the U.S. Senate rolls out a new bill that prohibits the manufacturer from doing business with U.S. firms.

    It’s a turbulent time for ZTE. The U.S. government issued a Denial Order against the company back in April, essentially prohibiting the Chinese manufacturer from buying hardware components from the likes of Qualcomm or Intel. The order effectively killed ZTE’s smartphone business as it prevented Google from certifying the manufacturer’s phones.

    It looked like there may be a resolution a few weeks ago, as Donald Trump revealed that he was working with China’s president Xi Jinping to revoke the ban. Last week, ZTE finalized a deal with the Commerce Department that would see the Chinese company pay a $1 billion fine in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.

    The U.S. Senate has now taken matters into its own hands, and has included an amendment in the National Defense Authorization Act that once again places sanctions on ZTE. The bill passed the Senate flo…

  • U.S. Senate passes ZTE sanctions, bill now goes to committee

    The decision by President Trump and the Department of Commerce to lift ZTE’s ban on importing U.S. components drew plenty of criticism, but it seemed to mark the end of the ongoing ZTE drama. Unfortunately for the company, the ban now has a real chance of being reinstated.

    Earlier this month, a group of U.S. senators (including both Democrats and Republicans) announced an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act, which would definitively block ZTE from importing U.S.

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    U.S. Senate passes ZTE sanctions, bill now goes to committee was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Does it really make sense to buy the Galaxy S9?

    If you’re thinking about purchasing the Samsung Galaxy S9 in 2018, you should read this article first to find out whether or not it’s worth waiting for the S10 to arrive!(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Smartphone World Cup, Round 1: iPhone X vs. Huawei P20 Pro

    The Huawei P20 Pro and the Apple iPhone X meet for a camera comparison in the first round of our Smartphone World Cup. You decide which of the two smartphones shoots the better daylight photos!(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • How to sign up for YouTube Premium

    YouTube’s $12/month subscription gets you a lot for your money.

    YouTube Premium is finally here, and if you’ve got $12/month to spend, it’s absolutely worth the cash.

    For that monthly fee, YouTube Premium grants you access to ad-free videos across all of YouTube, offline downloads, YouTube Original content, and all of the perks that come with YouTube Music.

    Signing up for YouTube Premium is as easy as can be, and to get started, here’s what you need to do.

    Open the YouTube app and tap the profile icon at the very top right.
    Tap on Get YouTube Premium.
    Tap Try It Free.

    After selecting your payment method and completing the transaction, you’ll then see a splash screen welcoming you to YouTube Premium. Tap the red Let’s Go button, and you’ll see that your subscription is now live thanks to the Premium tag at the upper-left corner of the app.

    Now, start exploring

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  • [Deal Alert] Anker just released the Nebula Mars II portable projector, and we have a $100 discount code

    Corbin reviewed the Nebula Capsule back in April, saying that no other Android-powered powered projector came close to its build quality and software experience for the same price, and that it was “almost certainly the best portable projector you can …

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