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  • Pick up the Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet for just $150 today

    This 8-inch tablet is down to an all-time low price via Amazon right now.

    The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8″ Tablet is down to $149.99 at Amazon for a limited time. This deal marks the lowest it’s ever dropped there by $10 and saves you $50 off its regular price.

    Carrying the Samsung Galaxy Tab A around is like having a giant smartphone to play around on. You can watch movies or TV, play games, read and send emails, browse the web and more. It comes with 32GB of internal storage, but you can add in a 128GB micro SD card with triple the storage space for an extra $37 right now.

    This tablet can last for up to 15 hours while using the Internet, or up to 153 hours while just listening to music. It has a rear 8MP camera with flash, featuring HDR mode along with a 5MP front-facing camera. Over 160 Amazon customers rated it with 4.5 out of 5 stars collectively.

    See at Amazon

  • Samsung ordered to pay $538 million in Apple patent retrial ruling

    A new development in the patent case that absolutely will not die: a California jury has ruled in favor of Apple, and Samsung is to pay damages to the tune of $538 million for violations primarily of Apple’s design patents. Apple had been seeking more than $1 billion.

    The jury deliberated for three and a half days before delivering their verdict. Samsung was found liable for about $538 million in damages; the majority of the sum — $533.3 million — was awarded for design patent violations, while the remainder was for assorted technical patents.

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    Samsung ordered to pay $538 million in Apple patent retrial ruling was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung ordered to pay $538 million in Apple patent retrial ruling

    A new development in the patent case that absolutely will not die: a California jury has ruled in favor of Apple, and Samsung is to pay damages to the tune of $538 million for violations primarily of Apple’s design patents. Apple had been seeking more than $1 billion.

    The jury deliberated for three and a half days before delivering their verdict. Samsung was found liable for about $538 million in damages; the majority of the sum — $533.3 million — was awarded for design patent violations, while the remainder was for assorted technical patents.

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    Samsung ordered to pay $538 million in Apple patent retrial ruling was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • People are apparently using their phones too much and getting ‘numb thumbs’

    Are you a numb thumber?

    Smartphones have become a regular part of our daily lives. We use them to text, tweet, and stream videos, and all of this requires the use of our fingers — more often than not, specifically our thumbs.

    Nellie Bowles at The New York Times recently published an article called “Me and My Numb Thumb: A Tale of Tech, Texts and Tendons.” In it, Bowles talks about how, as she’s continued to use her phone day after day, she’s discovered a pain in her right thumb. She calls this “a depressingly modern condition in which the tendons around the thumb inflame as a result of repetitive strain,” but one day, it got pretty serious —

    Eventually, my right thumb just stopped working. It could not muster the strength to press down on my phone. It was both numb and achy. And the pain that had started in my hand was now shooting down my arm. I had a problem, one I later learned was becoming common.

    Bowles says she soon discovered that many of her co-workers and…

  • Google and Facebook are already being accused of violating GDPR laws

    The new GDPR rules have barely been in effect for more than a few hours, but Google and Facebook are already being hit with a complaint for failing to comply with the regulation’s requirements. According to privacy group noyb.eu, both companies are engaging in so-called “forced consent,” which is the practice of bundling consent into an all-or-nothing package instead of the granular approach to consent required by the GDPR.

    GDPR rules stipulate that companies may be fined up to the greater of €20 million or 4% of annual revenue, and that’s precisely the amount the complaint is seeking.

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    Google and Facebook are already being accused of violating GDPR laws was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • PayPal will soon integrate across all of your Google services with a single sign-in

    PayPal’s partnership with Google is “deepening” (as the company puts it) to allow making PayPal payments simpler across Google’s multiple products. Soon, adding PayPal as a payment method to one Google service — Google Pay, the Play Store, YouTube, et cetera — will make it available on all of Google’s services, including, for the first time, Google Pay Send.

    Android Pay (RIP) added PayPal support this week last year, and allowed the addition of PayPal Business Debit Mastercards in January.

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    PayPal will soon integrate across all of your Google services with a single sign-in was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • PayPal will soon integrate across all of your Google services with a single sign-in

    PayPal’s partnership with Google is “deepening” (as the company puts it) to allow making PayPal payments simpler across Google’s multiple products. Soon, adding PayPal as a payment method to one Google service — Google Pay, the Play Store, YouTube, et cetera — will make it available on all of Google’s services, including, for the first time, Google Pay Send.

    Android Pay (RIP) added PayPal support this week last year, and allowed the addition of PayPal Business Debit Mastercards in January.

    Read More

    PayPal will soon integrate across all of your Google services with a single sign-in was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • PayPal will soon integrate across all of your Google services with a single sign-in

    PayPal’s partnership with Google is “deepening” (as the company puts it) to allow making PayPal payments simpler across Google’s multiple products. Soon, adding PayPal as a payment method to one Google service — Google Pay, the Play Store, YouTube, et cetera — will make it available on all of Google’s services, including, for the first time, Google Pay Send.

    Android Pay (RIP) added PayPal support this week last year, and allowed the addition of PayPal Business Debit Mastercards in January.

    Read More

    PayPal will soon integrate across all of your Google services with a single sign-in was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google Home speakers outsold Amazon Echo ones for the first time in Q1 2018

    3.2 million Google Homes were sold during this year’s first quarter.

    Even if they accidentally send your private conversations once and a while, smart speakers are awesome tools. I use my multiple Google Homes on the daily, and it looks like a lot of other people do, too.

    For the first time ever, Google outsold Amazon in the smart speaker market during the first quarter of 2018.

    Google sold 3.2 million Google Home and Home Mini speakers in Q1, whereas Amazon sold just 2.5 million of its Echo devices. Amazon has consecutively outsold Google since Q1 2017, so the folks in Google’s hardware department should give themselves a big pat on the back.

    Between Google, Amazon, and Apple, a total of 4.1 million smart speakers were sold in the United States during the quarter, with China and South Korea taking second and third place with 1.8 million and 730,000 units, respectively, thanks to likes of Xiaomi, Tmall, and others.

    Per Canalys Analyst Ben Stanton —

    Google has several…

  • How to protect your PC from ransomware

    Ransomware is a particularly nasty kind of malware which encrypts your files and holds them ransom until you make a payment. In this article, we explain what ransomware is, how it works and which software can help you protect against it best.(This is a…

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