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Chrome OS now stable enough for Android apps, but on select PCs only

Chrome OS now stable enough for Android apps, but on select PCs only

Many Chromebook users have long dreamed of the day when they could natively run Android apps on their machine. And for some time now they have been, but only for early adopters and those that use the dev and beta channels of the software. But the time has finally come when Google has released a new stable version of Chrome OS that offers access to the entire Play Store library.

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‘I don’t like this Tweet’ option arrives on Twitter for iOS

‘I don’t like this Tweet’ option arrives on Twitter for iOS

Twitter has introduced a new way for iOS users to improve their timelines: an option to say “I don’t like this Tweet” whenever you see a tweet you don’t particularly enjoy, giving users another element of control over what they see in their feeds. The feature was revealed in a video recently posted by Twitter, but wasn't the subject of that video -- Twitter has stayed quiet about new option, mostly leaving users to stumble across it on their own.

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Pokemon GO Update today: download APK

Pokemon GO Update today: download APK

This morning the newest update to Pokemon GO was released with a couple of feature changes. This is the first update to the game since version 0.37, a notorious release due to its major steps against hackers and game mechanic exploiters. Today's update goes by version number 0.39, and it includes an update for the Pokemon GO Plus. This update allows the user of a Pokemon GO Plus accessory to see and capture Pokemon that appear around them as a result of Incense. Before, this was only possible with naturally occurring Pokemon and those appearing near a PokeStop with a lure.

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Fallout Shelter offers up new stickers for iOS 10

Fallout Shelter offers up new stickers for iOS 10

Mario, as it turns out, isn't the only gaming icon you'll see with a sticker set in iOS 10. Today Bethesda updated it's popular mobile game Fallout Shelter, and though the update doesn't bring any major gameplay changes with it, it does include a new sticker set for Apple's latest mobile OS, giving Vault Boy a set of his own.

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Google Allo released with iMessage’s biggest mistake

Google Allo released with iMessage’s biggest mistake

Apple was sued in May of 2014 for an iMessage texting snafu that was the bane of mobile carrier help desk assistants' existence. "Why am I not getting my text messages," they'd say, "I was getting them just fine on my iPhone, now on this Android phone I can't see them." Google is making a mistake at the launch of Google Allo - routing messages - including SMS messages - through their own servers, capturing one's phone number in the process.

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Instagram posts can now be saved as drafts

Instagram posts can now be saved as drafts

If you've ever found yourself trying to come up with the perfect post for Instagram but just knew the creative juices weren't quite there at that moment, then chances are you'll be overjoyed to hear of the platform's newest feature. Instagram is currently rolling out a "save as draft" option across its apps, allowing users to come back to posts later.

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Comcast X1 Netflix beta app will launch this week

Comcast X1 Netflix beta app will launch this week

Back in early July, an unlikely partnership was formed: Netflix and Comcast had struck a deal that would bring the streaming service to the latter company’s X1 set-top-box. As of today, the fruits of that partnership are now manifest: a beta version of the X1 Netflix app will be available via “Comcast Labs" in the next few days, giving users a chance to use the software. The beta will be available to customers across the nation.

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Now you can buy Fandango movie tickets right on Facebook

Now you can buy Fandango movie tickets right on Facebook

Fandango, one the most popular ways to buy movie tickets online, has just partnered with Facebook to launch a feature allowing users to look up and pay for tickets right within the social networking app. In a surprising twist, it actually sounds like something that will be useful, unlike the whole messenger chatbot trend going on right now. Users can simply lookup a movie on Facebook, and buy their tickets right from the film's page.

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Outlook.com adds integration with Google Drive and Facebook

Outlook.com adds integration with Google Drive and Facebook

Outlook.com has announced a couple new integrations that people who use the website a lot will be glad to see. Outlook.com now integrates with Google Drive and Facebook photos. Microsoft has long integrated its own OneDrive cloud storage option into Outlook.com and for users who prefer Google Drive this new integration is a big deal.

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SwiftKey update introduces neural network for improved typing prediction and autocorrect

SwiftKey update introduces neural network for improved typing prediction and autocorrect

Popular third-party keyboard app SwiftKey has announced a big update that overhauls its typing prediction tech with an artificial neural network that provides more accurate and human-like text predictions. The new version of the Android app is available to download from the Play Store today, and SwiftKey calls it the "most significant update to its core technology" since they first launched six years ago.

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Pandora Plus launches, on demand subscription coming later this year

Pandora Plus launches, on demand subscription coming later this year

Just as rumors earlier this week foretold, Pandora has launched a new $5 monthly subscription service called Pandora Plus. This new service is replacing Pandora One, and it's offering a few improvements over its predecessor as well. These come in the form of more skips, more replays, and a new offline listening mode. Paying subscribers aren't the only ones getting some new perks, however, as Pandora is also offering some additional options for free listeners.

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Google Maps adds speed limits to Android app and Android Auto

Google Maps adds speed limits to Android app and Android Auto

We have all been cruising down the road at one time or another and wondered exactly what the speed limit was on the road. Often this thought comes to mind right after we see a police car. The problem is for a lot of the roads there are no speed limit signs or they are few and far between. Google has an update for its Google Maps app rolling out that will help us know what the speed limit is.

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