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Custom Gamer IDs now rolling out to Google Play Games

Last month Google announced that the way gamers sign in to Google Play Games would soon be changing, and it looks like that day has finally come. The company has just released a blog post explaining that Play Games will no longer require you to sign up with a Google+ account. Instead, gamers will be able

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5 upcoming Android phones that are worth waiting for

ere are always new Android phones coming out, but this is one of the most critical times. With the holidays behind us, OEMs are prepping their 2016 lineup for release. There are some amazing phones coming out in the next few weeks and months. The last thing you want is to drop hundreds on a new device

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Instagram to roll out video view counts

In a bid to bolster its ad revenue, Instagram has announced that it will soon roll out video view counts on its platform. Users of the Facebook owned photo sharing site will start seeing  how many times people have watched a video. The view counter will appear where the number of likes are normally displayed. Users

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FACEBOOK CONFIRMS: NO FREE BASICS IN INDIA

The entire song and dance around Facebook’s Free Basics has finally come to an end as the company officially announced its end in India today. “Free Basics Is No Longer Available To People In India,” Explicitly States The Emailed Statement. The entire issue has attracted immense attention the last couple of weeks, both from media

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Google Nexus 6P Gold Special Edition Launched in India at Rs. 43,999

Google Nexus 6P Gold Edition was recently available for purchase in Japan. Now, Huawei has officially confirmed the launch of Nexus 6P Gold Edition with 64GB built-in storage in India. The Nexus 6P with 64GB storage is currently available in Aluminum, Graphite, and Frost color variants priced at Rs.42,999. The Special Edition Nexus 6P in

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first look of Google Chrome updated with Material Design

Chrome has looked much the same for years — despite Google’s major Material Design push over the past couple of years. It looks like Chrome on desktop will soon get a fresh coat of paint, however, to match its iOS and Android versions. Code included in the latest versions of the browser offers a sneak

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Google Messenger, Google’s Good Messaging App, Got New

Google’s Messenger application, the messaging app with an modern UI that they actually update regularly with awesome features (looking at you, Hangouts), received an update today that, well, introduces awesome new features. In the update, which drops in as v1.4.044, you will find stickers (plus sticker pack add-ons) and the ability to share your location.  You

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Google Hangouts 7.0 update gets Quick Reply

This morning Google pushed their newest update to Hangouts with a feature that’ll make your replies to messages all the quicker. Quick Reply will allow Hangouts messages to not only appear within your notifications pull-down menu, but will allow you to tap the Reply button to return a message with minimal effort. Once tapped, the

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WhatsApp is dropping its $1 per year subscription fee

WhatsApp founder Jan Koum has confirmed plans to drop the messaging service’s $1 per year subscription fee. Koum hopes the move will make WhatsApp more accessible, and promises that users won’t have to see ads as a result. The annual subscription fee, which formerly kicked in after after 12 months, “really doesn’t work that well,” Koum said at

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