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OneDrive gets photo editing features on the Web and Android

OneDrive gets photo editing features on the Web and Android

With Google's unpopular changes to its Photos storage policies, some people have been in search of a new home for their photos in the cloud. Although probably not a household name among regular consumers, Microsoft's OneDrive has long offered such an option. Like many cloud storage services that saw a golden opportunity in Google's change of direction, Microsoft is now shining the spotlight on OneDrive's new photo handling capabilities, especially on Android.

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Stadia gets sporty as game streaming expands to Android TV

Stadia gets sporty as game streaming expands to Android TV

There has been several new computer hardware announced lately, some of them geared towards gaming. Of course, one doesn't always need the most powerful and most expensive hardware, especially with the budding game streaming market now available to many gamers. Of course, each comes with its limitations, especially in the titles available and compatible devices. This week, Stadia is expanding both lists with some sports-centric titles as it paves the way for its Android TV debut.

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Galaxy S21 FE might be delayed to late 2021

Galaxy S21 FE might be delayed to late 2021

Samsung seems to be kicking its production engines into high gear for its expected August 2021 Unpacked. But while the rumors and prospects for its foldable phones seem to be on the positive side, the same can't be said for what could be an even more popular product. The Galaxy S21 Fan Edition (FE) sounds like a formidable "flagship killer," but its specs and price value won't matter much if it misses its window of opportunity because Samsung is delaying its launch to the last quarter of the year.

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Android Enterprise Essentials expands to support SMBs in more countries

Android Enterprise Essentials expands to support SMBs in more countries

Android is the world's most-used platform for smartphones, which means it is also one of the most used platforms in the workplace. Employers, however, have often been reluctant to adopt and deploy Android phones as part of their system because of the security of the platform itself and the costs of managing such phones. Google has been steadily improving Android's security to satisfy the former and it launched its Android Enterprise Essentials program last year for the latter. Now Google is expanding the availability of this offer to better protect smaller businesses in key markets around the globe.

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Pokemon GO pandemic retreat: Could this be bad?

Pokemon GO pandemic retreat: Could this be bad?

A set of updates are coming to Pokemon GO that'll change the way the game is played for some trainers. Niantic changed Pokemon GO in a major way when adjusting for COVID-19 and the global pandemic therein - now they'll be flipping a few switches back to their original position. The pandemic isn't really completely over - so what's the big deal?

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Shiny Pokemon GO Tepig incoming: Community Day gets spicy

Shiny Pokemon GO Tepig incoming: Community Day gets spicy

Pokemon GO has a Shiny Tepig incoming, courtesy of the next official Community Day in the game. The Shiny version of Tepig is significantly different from its standard edition. Where the original is orange with dark brown head and backside with red nose and tail, the Shiny Tepig has a pink nose and tail, light brown/maroon head and bottom, and a yellow body!

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Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 are reportedly off to an early start

Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 are reportedly off to an early start

We're still two months away from Samsung's expected launch of its next-gen foldables, but it seems that the company is kicking things off already. In fact, it might be kicking things off earlier than usual this year, which, in turn, might be setting expectations higher as well. Industry sources claim that the wheels have started turning for the Galaxy Z Fold 3's and Galaxy Z Flip 3's production and certification, all of which point to the rumored August launch.

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OnePlus Nord N200 5G update commitment is a slight improvement

OnePlus Nord N200 5G update commitment is a slight improvement

Despite a few blunders here and there, OnePlus remains one of the darlings of the smartphone market. That image, however, seems to be slowly disappearing thanks to one too many missteps in the software department. That may have been one of the primary reasons, or at least the public justification, for OnePlus' "merger" with OPPO. The fruits of that joint effort probably won't be felt until months or even years later, as the case of the OnePlus Nord N200 5G seems to prove.

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World Health Organization launches free yoga app on Android and iOS

World Health Organization launches free yoga app on Android and iOS

The World Health Organization has launched a new app called mYoga that gives anyone who has an Android or iOS device free access to yoga workouts. The app was launched as a joint initiative with the International Telecommunications Union, according to the agency, which tapped BeHe@lthy BeMobile to develop the product.

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These Galaxy S21 and Note 20 deals may be the best of Prime Day 2021

These Galaxy S21 and Note 20 deals may be the best of Prime Day 2021

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is here, and it turns out the best deal may well be on Samsung's latest flagship Galaxy phones. There are discounts adding up to hundreds of dollars on both the Galaxy S21 family and the Galaxy Note 20 family of devices, with pricing kicking off from under $600 for phones that are still only a few months old.

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Pokemon GO Map Trackers working in 2021 for the big hunt

Pokemon GO Map Trackers working in 2021 for the big hunt

The Pokemon GO World Map, PokeVision, and The Silph Road remain the top names in Pokemon GO monster tracking in maps here in 2021. Today we're going to take a peek at the working Pokemon GO maps and trackers out today, which work, and what they track. This goes beyond tracking the locations of Pokemon Gyms and PokeStops. There are still ways to track Pokemon in the year 2021 - they just aren't the same as they once were.

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Pokemon GO Android trick makes the game look incredible

Pokemon GO Android trick makes the game look incredible

There's a new method for making the game Pokemon GO look amazing on your smartphone - 60 frames per second amazing. This trick is only the latest in a line of tricks to make Pokemon GO speed up its frame rate - a line of tricks that goes back years! Something about the way the game engine Niantic uses allows the game to load graphics at 60fps, but Niantic has the game locked at 24 or 30fps most of the time.

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