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Samsung finally tells us why Galaxy Note 7s were catching fire

by Edgar Cervantes 2 days ago69 comments

This could be our first real look at the upcoming LG G6

by John Callaham 16 hours ago57 comments

Leaked: LG’s upcoming Android Wear watches

by Jimmy Westenberg 17 hours ago8 comments

Google Voice gets a long-awaited revamp for Android and the web

by John Callaham 21 hours ago20 comments
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Deal: 7-inch Amazon Fire tablet for $40

The Amazon Fire tablet has just received a 20% discount, making it just $39.99 until May 8. This is a great deal on a very capable 7-inch tablet.
by Kris CarlonMay 2, 2016

(Update: coming back) Amazon’s latest version of Fire OS disables encryption

Updating older Amazon devices to the new Fire OS 5 software that began rolling out this month will remove and disable device encryption.
by Robert TriggsMarch 5, 201619

Report: Amazon looking to create a Nexus-like partnership with OEMs

Amazon is trying to cut a deal with major Android OEMs to get its software on your next smartphone in a manner that sounds an awful lot like the Nexus program.
by Kris CarlonJanuary 26, 201619

Amazon Fire HD 10 hands-on impressions

Hands on with the new Fire HD 10 tablet, which is Amazon's thinnest slate to date and comes with the new Fire OS 5, dubbed Bellini. Is it any good though?
by Nirave GondhiaOctober 9, 20158
 
 

(Update: now in the Play Store) HBO Now comes to Android and Fire OS devices, coming soon to Chromecast and Fire TV

HBO Now is finally available on Android phones and tablets and Fire OS devices. HBO says the service is coming soon to Chromecast, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick devices as well.
by Jimmy WestenbergJuly 16, 20158
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