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  • Google Express adds Overstock to its list of shops you can buy from

    Google Express is kind of a central aggregate site you go to to make purchases from various stores. Instead of heading to different sites and adding your details to each, you have one central hub, and it’s been adding more and more partners. Walmart i…

  • WhatsApp could be ready to launch digital payments in India next month

    Thanks to a government-backed platform called UPI (Unified Payment Interface), developers are able to more easily integrate digital payments for India into their apps. Google’s Tez uses UPI for bill payments, and social app Truecaller added the functionality in a recent update. The country’s most used messaging app shouldn’t be too far behind as Facebook-owned WhatsApp could be ready to offer a payment solution based on UPI as early as next month.

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    WhatsApp could be ready to launch digital payments in India next month was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to install the OxygenOS Open Beta on your OnePlus phone

    OxygenOS beta builds let you test-drive the latest features before they’re released to the public.

    OnePlus has steadily added features to OxygenOS over the years, making it one of the best manufacturer skins around. The simplicity of OxygenOS combined with its extensibility allows both normal users and enthusiasts alike to the platform.

    OnePlus rolls out a steady stream of updates to its devices, but if you’re looking to get an early look at the features that are currently in the pipeline, you’ll have to download the beta builds. Open beta builds available for all devices released in the last eighteen months, which include the OnePlus 3/3T, OnePlus 5, and the OnePlus 5T.

    The Open Beta is the proving ground for new features, so you’re bound to run into a few bugs along the way. Furthermore, if you switch to a beta build, you won’t receive stable OTAs anymore; you’ll have to flash a stable build to go back to receiving regular updates. With that out of the way, let’s take a look a…

  • Samsung is working on the 100 percent screen

    The big trend of 2017 will continue into 2018: display edges are out, the entire front of the smartphone must consist of a bezel-less screen. Samsung has obtained two patents showing the new Infinity Display.(This is a preview – click here to read the …

  • Amazon’s Echo line, Alexa voice services, and Music Unlimited are coming to Australia and New Zealand in February, pre-orders are up

    Alexa, Alexa everywhere! Amazon is continuing to push its voice assistant and devices everywhere it can and the newest countries after the US, UK, Germany, Japan, India, Ireland, and Canada, to join in on the fun are Australia and New Zealand.

    Yesterday (sorry we’re late on this), Amazon announced that its Alexa Skills Kit (to create voice commands for your service) and Alexa Voice Service (to integrate Alexa itself into your product) are coming to Australia and New Zealand.

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    Amazon’s Echo line, Alexa voice services, and Music Unlimited are coming to Australia and New Zealand in February, pre-orders are up was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • These are all the Android One phones available today

    Here’s what you need to know about the current wave of Android One phones.

    The first iteration of the Android One program turned out to be a failure due to a combination of bad timing and poor marketing. Google wasn’t able to effectively advertise the devices to the masses, and as a result, the audience it was trying to target never knew about the phones that were available.

    So Google went back to the drawing board and settled on a two-pronged strategy: Android One got a facelift and moved to the mid-tier segment to fill the void left by the Nexus program, and Android Go was envisaged for the entry-level category.

    We’re yet to see Android Go devices in the market, but the reintroduction of Android One bears a closer look. Several phones have debuted over the course of the last five months, and for the first time Google has launched Android One-branded devices in the U.S. in the Moto X4 and the HTC U11 life. With handsets available across a wide variety of markets and price points…

  • Xiaomi’s 50-inch Mi TV 4A offers 4K HDR for just $375

    Xiaomi’s latest Mi TV packs a punch.

    By now, you should be familiar with Xiaomi’s obsessive focus on quality and value for money. That’s what allowed the brand to swiftly rise up the ranks in China and India, and its latest product epitomizes those qualities. Xiaomi has introduced a 50-inch variant in the Mi TV 4A series, which offers a 4K panel with HDR and Dolby audio for just $375.

    The 50-inch display features an 8ms dynamic response, contrast ratio of 5000:1, 178-degree viewing angle, HDR10, and the new Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) broadcast standard. Under the hood, it’s running a 64-bit Amlogic L962 chipset with four 1.5GHz Cortex-A53 cores, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage.

    As for connectivity, you get Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 4.2, three HDMI ports, two USB ports, AV in, Ethernet port, and S/PDIF audio output. You also get Xiaomi’s new remote control, which has infrared as well as Bluetooth.

    The 50-inch model is the sixth variant in the Mi TV 4A series, following the debut…

  • Ars Technica’s Ron Amadeo shows off Fuchsia OS running on a Pixelbook

    Fuchsia OS, Google’s operating system that’s neither Android nor Chrome OS, is gradually becoming more and more functional. The open-source OS which Google really doesn’t want to talk about has recently added support for the Pixelbook as a test device, and now AP alumnus and Ars Technica editor Ron Amadeo has managed to get it working on one.

    Work on Fuchsia first began in the first half of 2016 and has progressed at a steady pace.

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    Ars Technica’s Ron Amadeo shows off Fuchsia OS running on a Pixelbook was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • New and aptly-named Notarize app does exactly what you’d expect

    The legal system hasn’t really kept pace with the development of technology in recent years, and one example of that is the inconvenience of notarizing documents. At best it’s a hassle, and no one gets excited at having to wait for a signature to be witnessed or a statement certified. But now one more contemporary inconvenience has been “appified,” as there’s a new service named Notarize in the Google Play Store that does pretty much what you’d expect, given the name. 

    The app claims to offer 24/7 notary services, with average wait times of less than one minute, so it’s still a manual operation at some level, but it should be more convenient than having to look up a local notary or make your way down to a UPS store.

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    New and aptly-named Notarize app does exactly what you’d expect was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • CCC Air Stick brings 4K HDR10 and aptX HD to Android TV in Chromecast-size package

    While CES brought a stack of announcements for Android TV-powered televisions, streaming boxes have been in conspicuously short supply. The CCC Air Stick 4K is breaking up that monotony, cramming in support for 4K HDR10 as well as aptX and aptX HD—apparently a first for Android TV-powered boxes. It has a relatively minimal 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, though this is double what the Nexus Player provides. Unfortunately, it is Japan only, though you could import it if you feel the urge.

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    CCC Air Stick brings 4K HDR10 and aptX HD to Android TV in Chromecast-size package was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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