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  • Huawei is under Department of Justice investigation for violating Iran sanctions

    Huawei was expecting to launch the Mate 10 Pro on US carriers this year, but government pressure forced both AT&T and Verizon to drop the deal. Now, the Wall Street Journal reports the government is taking more direct action against the Chinese technology giant. The Department of Justice has opened an official investigation of Huawei that could have wide-ranging implications for its business.

    According to the new report, the DoJ previously issued Huawei administrative subpoenas to gather information on possible violations of Iranian sanctions.

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    Huawei is under Department of Justice investigation for violating Iran sanctions was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] New customers get 25% off purchases through the Google Express app (up to $30 off)

    If you’ve never taken advantage of the convenience of Google Express, now is a great time to change that. New customers can get 25 percent off purchases made through the Google Express app for a limited time. You can save a maximum of $30, but don’t forget to use the coupon code at checkout.

    Google Express is perfect when you’re in desperate need of certain items but don’t want to venture outside for them yourself.

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    [Deal Alert] New customers get 25% off purchases through the Google Express app (up to $30 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] New customers get 25% off purchases through the Google Express app (up to $30 off)

    If you’ve never taken advantage of the convenience of Google Express, now is a great time to change that. New customers can get 25 percent off purchases made through the Google Express app for a limited time. You can save a maximum of $30, but don’t forget to use the coupon code at checkout.

    Google Express is perfect when you’re in desperate need of certain items but don’t want to venture outside for them yourself.

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    [Deal Alert] New customers get 25% off purchases through the Google Express app (up to $30 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Linux applications on Chrome OS will use Material Design

    Support for desktop Linux applications is slowly coming together on Chrome OS. We found out about the feature in February, and just a few days ago, a Terminal app began appearing on some Chromebooks. Some users on the Crostini subreddit already have the feature partially working. But all this time, we weren’t sure how well the Linux apps would fit into Chrome OS’ design, once development was complete.

    According to a series of commits discovered by XDA Developers, Linux apps on Chrome OS will actually use Material Design.

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    Linux applications on Chrome OS will use Material Design was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to move photos on your phone to a microSD card

    MicroSD cards can free up precious storage space on our phones, but only if you set it up to.

    We wish all phones came with unlimited storage out of the box, but at least many Android phones have the option to expand that storage with microSD cards. Not every phone supports a microSD card — looking at you, Google Pixel 2 — but for those that do, the microSD card can give you more space for your app data, for your music and movies, and of course for your photos! That said, you can only reap these benefits if you take the time to set up your device to take advantage of it.

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    MicroSD cards don’t usually come with your phone unless it’s part of an accessory bundle, but these cards are easy to find at most electronic and department stores. You can almost always find good cards on sale, so…

  • Google is rolling out email snooze to the Gmail app

    You might have heard the news that Google finally launched the new Gmail today. It’s appearing in browsers all over the world as we speak, but another Gmail implementation is getting some new goodies, too. The Gmail app on Android will get snooze func…

  • Kryptonite bike locks are on sale, with prices starting at $19

    Amazon is offering some savings on Kryptonite bike locks. Prices start at $19, and 14 different product are on sale. Whether you need some light security or a more heavy-duty lock, definitely make sure to check these deals out before the prices jump back up.

    One option, the Kryptonite KryptoLock Series 2 Standard Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock, is down to just $23.96. That’s the best price ever – it normally goes for $30. Users gave it great feedback, too.

    A smaller choice, the Kryptonite Kryptolok Series 2 Mini-7 Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock, is only $21.69. That’s about $5 off the average price and brings this down to a whole new low.

    Finally, this basic Kryptonite Keeper model is down to $19. It won’t provide the same security that a $70 lock will, but it will provide some light security if you’re not too worried about your bike getting stolen. Usually it goes for $25.

    Check out the full selection of bike locks on sale to see which ones fit your specific needs.

    See at Amazon

  • Kryptonite bike locks are on sale, with prices starting at $19

    Amazon is offering some savings on Kryptonite bike locks. Prices start at $19, and 14 different product are on sale. Whether you need some light security or a more heavy-duty lock, definitely make sure to check these deals out before the prices jump back up.

    One option, the Kryptonite KryptoLock Series 2 Standard Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock, is down to just $23.96. That’s the best price ever – it normally goes for $30. Users gave it great feedback, too.

    A smaller choice, the Kryptonite Kryptolok Series 2 Mini-7 Heavy Duty Bicycle U Lock, is only $21.69. That’s about $5 off the average price and brings this down to a whole new low.

    Finally, this basic Kryptonite Keeper model is down to $19. It won’t provide the same security that a $70 lock will, but it will provide some light security if you’re not too worried about your bike getting stolen. Usually it goes for $25.

    Check out the full selection of bike locks on sale to see which ones fit your specific needs.

    See at Amazon

  • These are all the carriers that support Google’s ‘Chat’ enhanced messaging

    Chat is Google’s bold bet on RCS.

    Google pledged its support for Rich Communications Services back in 2015 by acquiring Jibe, and last week we heard that the company is looking to build out a suite of advanced messaging services into its Android Messages app with a new feature called Chat.

    Chat will bring a whole new set of capabilities to Android Messages, and the feature will leverage the Rich Communications Services standard to do so. As a refresher, RCS is the next-gen SMS protocol that includes features like read receipts, group chats, file transfers, and much more. Its feature-set is similar to what you’d find on messaging platforms like WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger, but the key difference is that it is built on top of SMS.

    The main goal with RCS is to facilitate seamless conversations across carriers and phone manufacturers, and major carriers as well as manufacturers have committed to the standard already. The four main carriers in the U.S. — AT&T, T-Mobile, Ve…

  • These are all the carriers that support Google’s ‘Chat’ enhanced messaging

    Chat is Google’s bold bet on RCS.

    Google pledged its support for Rich Communications Services back in 2015 by acquiring Jibe, and last week we heard that the company is looking to build out a suite of advanced messaging services into its Android Messages app with a new feature called Chat.

    Chat will bring a whole new set of capabilities to Android Messages, and the feature will leverage the Rich Communications Services standard to do so. As a refresher, RCS is the next-gen SMS protocol that includes features like read receipts, group chats, file transfers, and much more. Its feature-set is similar to what you’d find on messaging platforms like WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger, but the key difference is that it is built on top of SMS.

    The main goal with RCS is to facilitate seamless conversations across carriers and phone manufacturers, and major carriers as well as manufacturers have committed to the standard already. The four main carriers in the U.S. — AT&T, T-Mobile, Ve…

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