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‘Facebook Home’ team reportedly dismantled

‘Facebook Home’ team reportedly dismantled

If you use Facebook Home, we really hope you like your experience, because it might not change much. A new report suggest Facebook has dismantled the Home team, and placed them elsewhere within the company. One move has already had an impact — but maybe not the one Facebook had hoped for.

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Udacity launches for Android with four new courses

Udacity launches for Android with four new courses

Udacity, the popular tool for learning all kinds of tech things you might not otherwise get to, has finally made its way to Android. The iOS app, launched about two months ago, has been reworked for Android, and the company has some new courses you can take to celebrate. Four new learning programs are available for Udacity, and they have a decidedly Android flair.

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Play security flaw may affect all Android apps, running or not

Play security flaw may affect all Android apps, running or not

A significant security issue has been discovered in the Play Store, where Developers have been leaving keys inside the software. Those keys can lead to data being compromised, and can affect us even when the app is not in use. Google is currently working with the researchers responsible for this discovery on a fix.

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Keeper FastFill brings password autofill to Android

Keeper FastFill brings password autofill to Android

With the announcement that 1Password had re-dedicated themselves to Android, the excitement was palpable. A favorite iOS and OS X mainstay was finally making their way to Android in a big way. Rival service Keeper may have just one-upped them, though, with the introduction of FastFill.

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Tired of Facebook? Try these three social apps instead

Tired of Facebook? Try these three social apps instead

Are you tired of using social media channels like Facebook to share pics, or schedule a get-together? Sometimes, you just want to create your own little bubble, apart from the larger one that is social media. If you’ve been looking for a way to go “off the social grid”, here are three apps you and your friends can use to forge a new path.

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1Password for Android is here, does justice to its namesake

1Password for Android is here, does justice to its namesake

One of the best password managers around is now available for Android. 1Password, long an iOS mainstay, has a brand new Android app. Full featured and comparable to the iOS version, 1Password for Android is free to use until August.

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Gmail changes for Android leak via Google+

Gmail changes for Android leak via Google+

A few pictures of a revamped Gmail for Android have surfaced, showing a slight update to the app. It reminds many of the Google+ update that slid in recently, and seems to get away from the slide-out menu in favor of drop-downs. A floating compose button is also eerily similar to the Google+ Android app.

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Oral B introduces ‘Smart Series’ connected toothbrush

Oral B introduces ‘Smart Series’ connected toothbrush

Oral B, a brand you likely interact with a few times a day (or at least should!), have released their Smart Series Electric Toothbrush. Claiming it’s the first of its kind, Oral B’s smart toothbrush uses Bluetooth 4.0 to communicate with an accompanying smartphone app. The goal is to get us brushing smarter, or as Oral B puts it, to “improve brushing efficiency”.

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DuckDuckGo Search and Stories app arrives for Android and iOS

DuckDuckGo Search and Stories app arrives for Android and iOS

DuckDuckGo is known for being the search engine that will allow you to search anonymously. More specifically, DuckDuckGo does not track your searches and they offer search results in a clean and clutter free way. Not to mention, they offer quite a few other perks such as calculations and conversions. But for today it looks like there is now a new mobile app available for Android and iOS users.

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Facebook details Android app beta program

Facebook details Android app beta program

Google announced a new setup during I/O that would allow developers to launch a beta app testing program through the Play Store and it looks like Facebook has become the latest to get that up and running. Facebook has only recently announced the beta program, which is open to all who want to participate. Aside from the announcement of the beta program, Facebook has also shared some details on how they plan to update moving forward.

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Vine finally comes to Android for 6-second video fun

Vine finally comes to Android for 6-second video fun

It's been a long time coming, but it's finally here (as previously suggested). For those using Android that are just dying to get in on recording your own 6-second looping videos, Vine is now available for your perusal. However, the app is launching with limited features for now, but the dev team says that "frequent updates" will be coming soon.

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Samsung’s fictional Unicorn Apocalypse game comes to life

Samsung’s fictional Unicorn Apocalypse game comes to life

It looks like the Unicorn Apocalypse game featured in Samsung's commercials is actually a real game. Samsung held a contest to get developers to create a game that matches the "Unicorn Apocalypse" theme portrayed in its commercials. Developers were given the freedom to create the best unicorn game they could come up with. The winner of the contest, who turned out to be Liquid Gameworks, received a grand prize of $25,000.

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