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HTC U11 Life (Android One) review

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago0 comments

Black Friday 2017: T-Mobile buy one, get one free sale starts November 17th

by AA Picks 4 days ago11 comments

Flagship? Mid-range? Budget? Find the best phone for you

by Robert Triggs 2 days ago0 comments

The future according to Google: AI + hardware + software = ?

by Adam Sinicki 3 days ago0 comments
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Sonic Forces: Speed Battle is now available on the Play Store

Sonic Forces: Speed Battle is now available to download from the Google Play Store. Can you outrun the live people you'll play against?
by Williams Pelegrin4 days ago

Google’s battery app is now available in the Play Store as ‘Device Health Services’

Google's battery app is now updating through the Play Store. This means it'll be able to receive faster updates without waiting for a full OS update.
by Matt AdamsOctober 11, 2017

Opera exorcises its data-saving Opera Max service from the Play Store

Weirdly enough, the service can still be found on the Play Store, though your mileage will vary relative to device support.
by Williams PelegrinAugust 14, 2017

Google’s new punishment for poorly-made apps in the Play Store

For those apps that perform poorly in terms of stability and power efficiency, Google may reduce their visibility in the Play Store.
by Brian ReighMay 20, 201752
 
 

Google might be planning a purge of zombie apps on Play Store

Google has started sending out an email to developers whose apps do not have a privacy policy, warning that their apps may eventually be removed.
by Brian ReighFebruary 8, 201716
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