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Google will finally roll out Android Pay in the UK this month

Google will finally roll out Android Pay in the UK this month

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Android Pay will soon arrive in the UK. According to The Telegraph, Google will launch Android Pay in the UK by the end of March, following an initial launch in the US in September 2015. It'll work with all NFC-enabled Android devices running KitKat... >>

GoPro spent $105 million on these two video-editing apps

GoPro spent $105 million on these two video-editing apps

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No one likes to edit videos. It's tedious and cumbersome and practically any other adjective to describe painstaking. So when GoPro killed several action cams and laid off 7 percent of its workforce after posting disastrous fourth-quarter results earlier... >>

Netflix picks a side, stops users enjoying US library with VPNs, Reddit cries out

Netflix picks a side, stops users enjoying US library with VPNs, Reddit cries out

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Netflix has increased the aggression with which it attacks work-arounds that allow non-US residents enjoy US content. Now watching shows and movies that are reserved for US residents will be much more difficult for those residing outside of the country.... >>

BlackBerry abandoned by WhatsApp, beginning of the end for BB10?

BlackBerry abandoned by WhatsApp, beginning of the end for BB10?

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WhatsApp has announced that it will be stopping support for certain operating systems including BlackBerry's BB10 OS. WhatsApp has said that it will stop supporting certain operating systems as it wants to focus on those used by the majority of people.... >>

Android N appears without an app tray, just like iOS: Fans freak out

Android N appears without an app tray, just like iOS: Fans freak out

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The next Android operating system from Google is going to be named N as version 7.0, but little else is known about it, until now. A new video, that showed off Google Maps with a movie theme, has been released in time for the Oscars this weekend. But... >>

New BBC Music app curates the best of the Beeb based on your music tastes

New BBC Music app curates the best of the Beeb based on your music tastes

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The BBC is continuing its push to offer more choice through various apps by launching a new dedicated BBC Music app. The free BBC Music app will, according to the Beeb, bring the best of music from across BBC TV, Radio and Online straight to the palm... >>

This Honda car uses a phone and app to offer Android Auto-like experience

This Honda car uses a phone and app to offer Android Auto-like experience

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Forget about fancy infotainment systems like Android Auto. There's this Android app called Drivemode, and it basically let's you use your phone while driving, which sounds like a bad thing, but it's designed to keep your eyes on the road as much as possible.... >>

MasterCard to replace passwords with selfies and fingerprints for ID checks

MasterCard to replace passwords with selfies and fingerprints for ID checks

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The days of using a traditional password to verify your identity for MasterCard online payments are numbered. The credit card company has confirmed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that it plans to accept selfies and fingerprints as an alternative... >>

Volvo says goodbye to car keys, use your phone’s Bluetooth to unlock instead

Volvo says goodbye to car keys, use your phone’s Bluetooth to unlock instead

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Volvo is taking steps to become the first car manufacturer to sell a car without a key. You'll still be able to get in using an app and your smartphone's Bluetooth. Volvo says it will begin rolling out cars without keys this year. Should a buyer want... >>

Being app lets you creep someone else's Instagram feed

Being app lets you creep someone else's Instagram feed

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Ever wonder what Kim Kardashian sees when she opens up Instagram? Well, there's an app for that. A new app called Being has just landed in the Apple App Store, and it serves one purpose: letting you creep the IG feeds of your favourite celebs and friends.... >>