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Android Wear vs. Apple Watch: Which wearable platform deserves a spot on your wrist?

Android Wear vs. Apple Watch: Which wearable platform deserves a spot on your wrist?

Fight! Photo: Ste Smith/Cult of AndroidWith Apple Watch still sold out and Google reportedly gearing up to deliver Android Wear support for iPhone at Google I/O next week, it’s time for two of the hottest wearable platforms to face off. Apple Watch is selling 30,000 units every day in the U.S., according to the latest reports, which makes it significantly hotter than any of the Android

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Last chance: Get a lifetime of unlimited mobile backups for just $10 with IDrive [Deal]

Last chance: Get a lifetime of unlimited mobile backups for just $10 with IDrive [Deal]

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Microsoft’s latest OneDrive beta brings a new Android Wear face

Microsoft’s latest OneDrive beta brings a new Android Wear face

OneDrive's watch face on Android Wear. Screenshots: MicrosoftMicrosoft’s latest OneDrive beta brings a brand new watch face for Android Wear that makes your own photos the background masterpiece. The update also provides the OneDrive app for smartphones and tablets with a built-in PDF viewer. The new Wear face actually looks pretty neat (for a Microsoft face), with clean white digits that are laid over

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8 things you won’t want to miss at Google I/O

8 things you won’t want to miss at Google I/O

Google I/O is going to be good this year. Photo: GoogleGoogle I/O is one of the biggest events in the calendar for Android fans, and this year’s event — which kicks off next Friday — is going to be just as exciting as the last. In addition to the next-generation Android upgrade, we’ll see updates to other Google platforms, and maybe even new devices. Here are

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Forget being an iPhone 6 killer, Galaxy S6 sales are a total disaster for Samsung

Forget being an iPhone 6 killer, Galaxy S6 sales are a total disaster for Samsung

samsung-loses-50-of-its-china-smartphone-market-sh-1431344174.06-4363879After the disaster of the Samsung S5, Samsung was counting on the Galaxy S6 to lead its way back to the top — with some people even throwing around terms like “iPhone killer” as a description of the new flagship handset. According to a new report, however, the next-gen Samsung Galaxy device is faring even

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Google is finally bringing native fingerprint authentication support to Android

Google is finally bringing native fingerprint authentication support to Android

The next version of Android will finally bring native fingerprint authentication support. Photo: GoogleGoogle will be adding native fingerprint authentication support to Android M, which it will be unveiling next week at Google I/O. This will allow apps to take advantage of the scanner to provide better security. It will also allow users to login in to apps by simply scanning their fingerprint. Android OEMs have been playing catch

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Last chance: Save 67% on two years of NordVPN for a limited time [Deal]

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NSA hijacked Google Play to install spyware

NSA hijacked Google Play to install spyware

The NSA teamed up with four other agencies to spy on smartphone users. Photo: NSAThe National Security Agency and several of its allies around the world have hijacked connections to multiple Android app stores to plant spyware on hundreds of millions of devices. According to a top secret document leaked by whistle-blower Edward Snowden, the Google Play Store, Samsung’s app store, and UC Browser, a web browser that’s incredibly popular in

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Google Fiber customers get automatic fines for piracy

Google Fiber customers get automatic fines for piracy

...and Google will remind you of that.Those who choose to obtain music, movies, and other wares illegally will want to think twice about switching to Google Fiber. Some subscribers have reported receiving automatic fines via Google for allegedly downloading pirated material. Rights holders contact internet service providers (ISPs) all the time if they discover that their content has been accessed or downloaded illegally, and in some

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Google Maps update brings better traffic alerts and alternate routes

Google Maps update brings better traffic alerts and alternate routes

Dodge the jams with Google Maps. Photo: GoogleGoogle has rolled out a nifty new Maps update for mobile that brings better traffic alerts that will be issued while you drive, and the ability to find alternate routes. The update comes just in time for Memorial Day, which is one of the busiest driving days of the year. “Now when you input your destination, you’ll

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