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Microsoft Launcher helps you keep tabs on kids across Android and Xbox – Irish Times

Irish Times Microsoft Launcher helps you keep tabs on kids across Android and XboxIrish TimesOne big advantage Android users have over iPhone owners is the ability to customise their device with different home screen launchers. One of the best out there is, perhaps surprisingly, Microsoft Launcher. It’s free and well-designed: …

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EU to hit Android with penalty, Google denies wrongdoing – CNBC

CNBC EU to hit Android with penalty, Google denies wrongdoingCNBCEU to hit Android with penalty, Google denies wrongdoing. 28 Mins Ago. CNBC’s Josh Lipton reports on Google being fined over abusing Android dominance specifically stifling competition and hurting consumers. Source link

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Smart Replies in Android Messages are now rolling out to more users – Android Police

Android Police Smart Replies in Android Messages are now rolling out to more usersAndroid PoliceLast year, Google introduced Smart Replies to Android Messages. At the time they initially landed, the rollout for the new feature was limited to what we assumed was a server-side test—perhaps tied to Project Fi. Based …

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What happens when your smart Android TV goes dumb? – Android Central

Android Central What happens when your smart Android TV goes dumb?Android CentralChinese manufacturer LeEco did exactly what a lot of us expected to do. It blew into the U.S. with all the bling and bluster you’d expect from a Chinese upstart that was looking to basically be the next Amazon, …

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WWDC 2018: All the times Apple threw shade at Android and Facebook – CNET

CNET WWDC 2018: All the times Apple threw shade at Android and FacebookCNETPusha T and Kanye West, but less interesting and nerdier, Apple dissed two big rivals, Android and Facebook, during its annual WWDC conference. A few of the jabs related to how much people were “addicted” to these other …

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Android phones, reusable coffee cups and nights in: Research reveals what's considered 'cool' in 2018 – The Independent

The Independent Android phones, reusable coffee cups and nights in: Research reveals what’s considered ‘cool’ in 2018The IndependentIf your idea of what’s considered cool includes Netflix, takeaways, iPhones, and ice cream, then it’s time to revaluate your life choices because according to new research all of these things are so …

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The 'silk white' model of this $570 Android smartphone will be the most beautiful smartphone phone you can buy when … – Business Insider

Business Insider The ‘silk white’ model of this $570 Android smartphone will be the most beautiful smartphone phone you can buy when …Business InsiderAntonio Villas-Boas/Business Insider Much to the delight of OnePlus fans, the OnePlus 6 is available to buy right now, and it’s a hell of a smartphone. In …

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Google quietly killed its Android tablet web page (update: it's back) – Engadget

Engadget Google quietly killed its Android tablet web page (update: it’s back)EngadgetNext time you visit Google’s official Android website, you might notice a tiny but important change. The tablet section, which used to occupy the space between “wear” and “TV” in the menu, no longer exists (*it’s back now — …

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Here's everything you need to do to switch from an Android device to an iPhone – Business Insider

Business Insider Here’s everything you need to do to switch from an Android device to an iPhoneBusiness InsiderBack in 2015, Apple introduced one of only two apps it lets Android users download, called Move to iOS (the other app is Apple Music). Move to iOS is intended to help Android …

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Google just removed the 'Tablets' section from the official Android site – Android Central

Android Central Google just removed the ‘Tablets’ section from the official Android siteAndroid CentralAndroid tablets have always been interesting beasts. Companies like Motorola and Samsung tried making them popular with the Xoom and Galaxy Tabs early on, and Google soon swooped in with home runs such as the Nexus 7 …

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