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  • Google raises subscription revenue for providers from 70% to 85%, but only for users retained after 12 months

    Last year, there was a rumor that Google was going to follow Apple’s footsteps and improve its subscription revenue split with providers by only deducting 15% instead of 30% for distribution and miscellaneous fees. At the timeRecode was optimistic that Google would make the change universal, so that any time a user subscribed to something, the provider would only lose 15% in fees.

    We didn’t hear anything about this until now, thanks to a bunch of changes published on the Google Developers Blog.

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    Google raises subscription revenue for providers from 70% to 85%, but only for users retained after 12 months was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • JerryRigEverything rips into the Pixel 2 and exposes easily scratched plastic coating

    Zack from JerryRigEverything has got his hands on the new Pixel 2, the small one, and you know what that means, right? The man is out to torture those poor little phones – What did they ever do to him? – and the Pixel 2 is no exception. So how does it…

  • End the week with 34 temporarily free and 16 on-sale apps

    The weekend is nigh upon us, which means that it’s time for one more round of app sales. After Asmodee’s sale on Wednesday, today’s list feels a bit anticlimactic, but we trudge on nonetheless.



    1. Dual Browser (Paid) $9.99 -> Free; 8 hours left
    2. BlackCam Pro – B&W Camera $1.49 -> Free; 1 day left
    3. GIF PartyPro – GIF Video Booth $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    4. Droper – Notes in Status Bar $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    5. Sketch Me!

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    End the week with 34 temporarily free and 16 on-sale apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Here’s a full breakdown of Google Pixel 2’s Now Playing feature

    Now Playing’s arguably the Pixel 2’s coolest feature, and we now know more about how it works.

    Display controversies aside, Google’s Pixel 2 is one heck of a phone. The camera’s phenomenal, performance is top-notch, and the software experience is the best you’ll find on any Android phone right now. Software has always been the Pixel (and Nexus) line’s strongest aspect, and with the Pixel 2, the highlight is undoubtedly Now Playing.

    Now Playing is the feature on the Pixel 2 that automatically identifies songs that are playing around you in the background, and along with being a neat party trick, there’s also some impressive tech behind it. VentureBeat recently talked with a spokesperson from Google to learn just how NowPlaying actually works, and this is what we learned.

    It’s a local feature based on Google Play Music

    With song-identifying services like Shazam, audio tracks are matched up with a library of tunes found in the cloud. This allows Shazam to ID over 11 million differen…

  • Google says fix for Pixel SMS issue will roll out with November security patches

    Reports of missing text messages on the original Pixel and Pixel XL began popping up as soon as the Oreo update rolled out several weeks back. Owners of affected devices collected their experiences in the Google Product Forums, and Google pledged to l…

  • Google app v7.14.15 includes references to Quartz, possibly a new Google Home device with built-in display [APK Teardown]

    The latest (minor) update to the Google app brought with it a surprise twist as it enabled customization in the search bar widget. As it turns out, that’s not the only new thing in this update. A teardown also turned up quite a few clues relating to a…

  • Special Edition “Webcrawler” Android Mini figurine is the stuff of all nightmares

    I don’t like spiders. I know that’s a statement that almost anyone can make, but I really don’t like them, to a point where I can somehow sense them in a room. On many an occasion, my friends and parents and coworkers have seen me get off my chair and go look in an invisible corner or push some piece of furniture away to reveal a spider behind it. Then calmly ask someone to come get rid of it.

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    Special Edition “Webcrawler” Android Mini figurine is the stuff of all nightmares was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung announces the ruggedized Galaxy Tab Active2

    Most of Samsung’s mobile products are designed to be sleek and modern, but the Active series puts function ahead of form. You might call them clunky, but they can take more of a beating than standard Samsung Galaxy devices. There’s a new active device today, and it’s not a phone. This is the Galaxy Tab Active2, a rugged tablet aimed mostly at businesses.

    Here’s what you can expect from the Galaxy Tab Active2.

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    Samsung announces the ruggedized Galaxy Tab Active2 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Amazon Echo Dot vs. Google Home Mini: Which should you buy?

    One is a known entity and is the gateway drug for connected homes. The other is a new entry from the world’s biggest search company. Both have their merits.

    If you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance you already own an Amazon Echo Dot. It’s been around a while, it’s a good impulse buy at $49 — and that’s when it’s not on sale. And it can help you control pretty much anything that can be controlled in the tech space.

    And if you’re reading this there’s probably a pretty good chance that you’re in the target market for a Google Home Mini. Because you want to be able to control all the things, and you want better access to your Google services.

    There’s a lot of overlap in the Echo Dot and the newer Home Mini. But which one is right for you? Let’s rap.

    See Echo Dot at Amazon  
    See Home Mini at Google

    What’s in a name? Echo Dot or Home Mini?

    Google still names its products pretty horribly. “Home Mini” doesn’t have the same sort of authoritative name as “E…

  • TELUS now sells the BlackBerry KEYone in Space Black

    If you’re in Canada, check out the Space Black KEYone at TELUS.

    Canadians have a bunch of options for buying the BlackBerry KEYone in either its original retro silver-and-black, or the newly-released Space Black color. Walmart already sells the higher-spec Black Edition, which features the new color palette, 4GB of RAM and double the internal storage, and now TELUS is exclusively carrying the Space Black version with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

    This is the same version that has been sold in Canada since May, but the new finish is pretty snazzy, and definitely worth considering if you were on the fence about the phone.

    TELUS is selling the phone for $200 on a 2-year plan or $700 outright.

    See at TELUS

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