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  • Here are a few ways machine learning has improved Gboard

    Google has been improving Gboard with the same type of tools they use for speech recognition: machine learning. The budding technology is rapidly becoming a ubiquitous method for improving results and performance. If a network can be trained to accura…

  • Verizon’s LG K8 V is getting an update to Android 7.0 Nougat

    Last year, LG unveiled the LG K8 budget phone, alongside the less-powerful K5. As you might be able to tell from the name, the LG K8 V is the Verizon variant, and now Big Red is pushing an Android 7.0 Nougat update to it.


    Multi-window on the LG K8 V.

    The software update, identified as “VS50020a” on Verizon’s website, has all the goodies that you can expect from Android Nougat like multi-window support.

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    Verizon’s LG K8 V is getting an update to Android 7.0 Nougat was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android Pay expected to come to Canada on May 31

    Canadians have been waiting a long time for Android Pay, and it looks like the wait is almost up.

    Android Pay is set to come to Canada on May 31, according to internal documents received by MobileSyrup. Google made the announcement earlier this month at its annual developer conference, but neglected to spell out a specific date. If the leak is to be believed, Canadians should be able to use their Android phones to pay at contactless-enabled retailers starting early next month.

    It’s not clear which banks and payment processing systems will support Android Pay, but like Apple Pay it will likely be Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Interac, with all five major banks on board from the beginning.

    Rumor has it that Android Pay took so long to come north of the border because Interac, Canada’s de facto debit standard, required significant internal restructuring to support Google’s payment system. A similar reason was given for Apple Pay’s delay, which was more than a year after it l…

  • [Deal Alert] Get $15 off purchases of $75 or more on eBay for today only

    eBay periodically offers site-wide discounts, and today the site is bringing it back again. From now until 8PM Pacific Time/11PM Eastern Time, you can save $15 on almost any purchase of $75 or more.

    There are a few minor catches; gift cards and coupons are not eligible, and your total has to be greater than $75 excluding shipping, handling, and taxes. You also can’t use this discount on eBay Real Estate – $15 off a new house probably wouldn’t do much good anyways.

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    [Deal Alert] Get $15 off purchases of $75 or more on eBay for today only was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • KONAMI’s PES2017 Pro Evolution Soccer fast breaks onto the Play Store

    Straight out of a soft launch, PES2017 Pro Evolution Soccer is finally here. If you are looking for a soccer game that is as close to the console version as we will ever get, this is probably going to be your best choice. Sure the touch controls may n…

  • Google Photos for Android now offers easy archiving

    Help eliminate the embarrassment of bad angles by archiving what you don’t care for others to see.

    Launching Google Photos can become a practice in vulnerability. The app tends to showcase the last batch of pictures you took, and if any are just plain bad or unflattering, it can leave you feeling exposed.

    The latest update to Google Photos helps eliminate this kind of embarrassment. Discovered by 9to5Google, now you can archive photos from appearing on the main screen. Simply tap on the ability in the overflow menu, or select the ability from the navigation drawer. Archived photos will remain in your albums and search results, as well as on the Archive page — just as you would archive a batch of notes in Google Keep, for example.

    Easily archive any or all selfies in Google Photos.

    Granted, there are even more features coming to Google Photos in the near future — a majority of which were teased at Google I/O — but this will certainly help anyone looking to get …

  • Google Photos archiving is rolling out to everyone right now

    It was a few months ago that we spotted an option for photo archiving in a teardown of Google Photos. Now, that option has gone live. Check your app and you may very well have a new “Archive” option in the navigation panel. Almost everyone on the AP t…

  • Galaxy S8 and S8+ get Pixel navigation buttons with custom overlay

    A user over at XDA put together a little modification that gives the Galaxy S8 and S8+ a taste of the Pixel’s navigation icons. It’s just an overlay, and it does have a couple of small bugs of its own. But, it is a basic and straightforward little fea…

  • Paradox Interactive have released Prison Architect: Mobile for good behavior

    Prior to today, Prison Architect: Mobile was only available as a soft launch title in a few select countries. Well, that changes forthwith as it is officially available right now for all of us to enjoy. Well, to be specific, those of us with a tablet can enjoy it. Sadly the game is not compatible with non-tablet devices. But those of you who do happen to own an Android tablet, then it would appear that you are in luck.

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    Paradox Interactive have released Prison Architect: Mobile for good behavior was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android Pay now lets you pay with a PayPal account

    The latest software update adds PayPal integration so that you can tap and swipe with your account as if it were cold, hard cash.

    A month after it was initially announced, Android Pay finally offers official support for PayPal integration. With the latest app update, you can now file in your PayPal account with the rest of your debit, credit, and loyalty cards to use wherever NFC-enabled wireless payments are accepted.

    The setup process is easy. When you’re adding a new card to your virtual wallet inside the Android Pay app, tap Add other payment methods to select the PayPal option. Once it’s logged in there, you’ll be able to choose it as your payment method every time you fire up the app. PayPal will require that you input a “top up” amount, however, so be ready to put away about $10. You’ll need your in-store PIN to set up the payment method, too.

    Why would you want to use PayPal to pay for things? Well, let’s say you run a business, for instance, and that’s where all of your…

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