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Chromebook Pixel refresh confirmed as coming ‘soon’

Chromebook Pixel refresh confirmed as coming ‘soon’

Ahead of launch, a lot of excitement could be found around the Chromebook Pixel. The device was meant to give Chrome OS a flagship it could hang its hat on, providing a hardware benchmark for the platform. It accomplished much of that, though the limited spec sheet had most wondering where that $1,300 or so got you. Limited battery life also dogged the device, but man was it pretty. That was two years ago, and recent remarks suggest we’re about to get a refresh for Google’s Chrome OS flagship.

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Gmail autocomplete bug a danger to quick tappers

Gmail autocomplete bug a danger to quick tappers

Supposing you're one of the millions of Gmail users that uses autocomplete to a fault, you might want to check your outbox this week. As of the last few days - some are saying longer - a bit of a bug appears to be showing up. This oddity has Gmail suggesting emails you might have only used once over an email you've used thousands of times. As of this afternoon, no official word has been released on the so-called bug - or alphabetical re-arranger of names.

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Samsung Galaxy S6: every detail we know

Samsung Galaxy S6: every detail we know

In just a few days, Samsung will reveal their next smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S6. We know that. We can also readily guess at the idea that there'll be two models - the other model will have a curved display, not unlike the Galaxy Note Edge. The rest of the details we're able to gather come from images of the device(s) and clues left by Samsung. The rumors we'll be leaving to the rumor posts today. Or back last week, that is to say.

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Google Inbox invites light up for Google Apps and Work

Google Inbox invites light up for Google Apps and Work

Users working with a non-Gmail email address inside of Gmail may want to check their inbox for an Inbox by Gmail invite this morning. Google has release a number of invites to users across the United States this morning and throughout the weekend, pushing Inbox for Gmail to Google Apps and Work users in waves. Users with business accounts in Gmail will now be able to make use of this next-generation email system - provided they've been invited to do so - just like non-business users of the past several weeks.

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YouTube Kids Review: Google thinks of the children

YouTube Kids Review: Google thinks of the children

Today is a turning point for the Google-owned YouTube video environment. Today children are able to use YouTube Kids, an app made specifically for children, made to allow kids access to the ever-growing video environment without risking unwanted sights for young eyes. While Wu-Tang may be for the children, their music videos decidedly are not. The YouTube crew have taken care of this situation by creating this portal - one that's long overdue, as we discussed in brief at rumors of YouTube Kids last week.

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Google snaps up IP from Softcard, strikes deal with carriers for Wallet

Google snaps up IP from Softcard, strikes deal with carriers for Wallet

Google Wallet is no Apple Pay, largely because Google can’t play the strong-arm game Apple does about what software is on their iPhone. Not long ago, Google Wallet was sidelined by carriers, as they intended to create their own mobile payment system. Known as Softcard, the app did much of what Google Wallet did, except it had the blessing of carriers. According to a new report, the line between Softcard and Google Wallet (as well as carriers) is blurring.

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Latest antitrust lawsuit against Google is dismissed, for now

Latest antitrust lawsuit against Google is dismissed, for now

The antitrust lawsuit against Google filed by two consumers has been dismissed by US District Judge Beth Labson Freeman. At the heart of the case, the plaintiff's lawyers claimed not only that Google had illegal restrictive contracts with Android device manufacturers, but that these contracts stifled competition and drove up prices of all Android devices. The two complainants actually sought a class-action lawsuit against Google. The case was dismissed as the Judge said that there was no established display of consumers being harmed by Google's Android manufacturer contracts.

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Galaxy S6 and Edge: here’s what they look like

Galaxy S6 and Edge: here’s what they look like

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge are likely on their way to the United States soon. But before we get there, we've got some conceptualized visions to look at. The following bit is a rendered piece of work by artists Ivo Maric and Jermaine Smit, and it'll give you an approximation of what the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy Edge (or S6 Edge, whatever you prefer) might very well look like. Remember - this isn't from Samsung, it's a concept based on rumors.

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Inbox by Gmail ready for Google Apps “imminently”

Inbox by Gmail ready for Google Apps “imminently”

According to Google's Sundar Pichai, Google Apps users will be able to use Gmail's "Inbox" system very, very soon. This means that apps customers will be able to use this Gmail alternative - using Gmail's innards - for whatever they do so please - "imminently." Pichai also made clear that Inbox by Gmail is "coming to more places" as well. Users will find an an Inbox by Gmail error page if they attempt to jump in with email addresses inside Google Apps right now, but the switch should be flipped soon.

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