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You can now control your Android TV with this iPhone app

You can now control your Android TV with this iPhone app

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Google has quietly launched a new iPhone app for Android TV.  Television manufacturers like Sony and Sharp make Android TV sets. These are TVs running the Android smart TV platform developed by Google. It was announced in 2014 and is the successor... >>

Never lose your keys again Land Rover owners, Tile just teamed up

Never lose your keys again Land Rover owners, Tile just teamed up

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Tile is a smart Bluetooth tag that can be found using your smartphone, so it makes sense that Land Rover has teamed up with its creators to make sure you never lose you car keys, and more, again. The Land Rover Discovery Sport features the InControl Touch... >>

Still no Mario for iOS or Android, Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing instead

Still no Mario for iOS or Android, Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing instead

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Nintendo has revealed what its next two mobile apps will be but there's still no sign of Mario. The company has revealed the two games that will follow its first app, Miitomo, and neither of them star the moustachioed plumber. That's not to say they won't... >>

Avoid Game of Thrones spoilers with brilliant new Chrome extension

Avoid Game of Thrones spoilers with brilliant new Chrome extension

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Spoilers are the worst. Game of Thrones spoilers are even more agonising. One developer is clearly aware of this as he's released a Chrome extension to fight Game of Thrones spoilers specifically. GameofSpoils will keep you safe from early reveals when... >>

Facebook is working on a standalone camera app for live streaming

Facebook is working on a standalone camera app for live streaming

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Facebook doesn't have a good track record when it comes to standalone apps, but that isn't stopping it from going back to the drawing board. According to The Wall Street Journal, a team of Facebook engineers in London are working on a standalone camera... >>

Gmail for Android adds Microsoft Exchange support for all devices

Gmail for Android adds Microsoft Exchange support for all devices

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Google has updated Gmail for Android with support for Microsoft Exchange. Stop wondering whether Gmail for Android already supported Exchange, because it did... but only on Nexus devices. The new update, which is available in the latest version of the... >>

Microsoft’s Windows Phone keyboard for iPhone is now out

Microsoft’s Windows Phone keyboard for iPhone is now out

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After a closed beta earlier this month, the Microsoft Garage team has released Word Flow for iPhone. The team revealed earlier this year that it is porting the Windows Word Flow phone keyboard to iOS, and later reports claimed it would feature a new one-handed... >>

MTV Cribs has been resurrected in the form of a Snapchat series

MTV Cribs has been resurrected in the form of a Snapchat series

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Remember MTV Cribs? It's been given a second chance to live. The show launched on the US cable network in 2000, allowing various celebrities to give viewers tours of their mansions. Pharrell Williams, Pam Anderson, 50 Cent, and so many others participated.... >>

That crazy successful Exploding Kittens card game is now an Android app

That crazy successful Exploding Kittens card game is now an Android app

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One of the most-backed campaigns on Kickstarter is now an Android game. Remember Exploding Kittens? It's an excellent card game. Because, well, anything with kittens and explosions and cards is perfect. The world seems to agree with us, because within... >>

Accomplish more in your day: 2 apps to boost productivity

Accomplish more in your day: 2 apps to boost productivity

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For the creative mind, staying organized can be an uphill battle that lasts a lifetime. Keeping your thoughts and ideas structured is essential to turn them into successful executions, and that’s why we’ve put together two great new offers on Pocket-lint... >>