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[TA Deals] Get VPN Unlimited for a lifetime for $39

On Talk Android Deals, VPN Unlimited is our featured deal of the day. It’s lifetime access, too, so that you’re only making a one-time purchase and the service is yours forever. Secure public Wi-Fi connection: your data is hidden & encrypted Unlimited traffic bandwidth: no need to worry about your data usage Unlimited high-speed connection […]

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Watch iTunes content on your Android with TunesKit (Promoted Review)

As of only a few years ago Apple reported that there are currently 800 million iTunes accounts. If even half of those are active, that’s still a lot of people that are using iTunes for some reason or another. Considering that DVD and Blu-ray discs are becoming less popular and digital content is becoming more popular, […]

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ASUS ZenFone AR launching as a Verizon exclusive

Introduced back at CES 2017, the ASUS ZenFone AR makes a comeback into the news. After five months since its announcement, the handset is yet to become available for purchase, but during I/O Google said the product will finally hit retail this summer. A press release issued by ASUS comes to confirm the information, while […]

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TigerVPN: Lifetime encrypted, private browsing for phones and computers, only $39

Maintaining security when online is vital to keeping your personal information to yourself only. Most of us aren’t proactive when it comes to security, as we hope the tools companies put in place will keep us safe. Yet there is a way to secure your information through encryption using a Virtual Private Network. Today’s Deal […]

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Google I/O 2017: What’s next for Google payments?

During its keynote a few days ago, Google revealed a host of new features that will be coming to the Google Assistant in the near future. Google said the Assistant will allow users to pay for stuff, but during a later talk regarding Android Pay it also revealed users will soon be allowed to send […]

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OnePlus is working with DxO for the OnePlus 5 camera

OnePlus has announced a collaboration with DxO for the camera on the OnePlus 5, indicating that they’re planning on taking photography very seriously this time around while also confirming the existence of that oft-rumored device. Unfortunately, that’s the beginning and the end of the announcement. The two companies will be working together to create a […]

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What we learned about VR and AR at Google I/O 2017

Google introduced the Daydream VR during last year’s I/O and now the company announced support for the platform will be rolled out for LG’s next flagship – most likely the LG V30 – and Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. What’s more, Google announced Daydream will finally be getting its first major update dubbed Daydream […]

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Google makes it easier for devs to hide apps from rooted phone owners

Last week, Netflix made headlines due to its decision of blocking owners of rooted devices or those with unlocked bootloaders from downloading the application from the Google Play Store. Which seemed quite puzzling at the time, since the app could still be side-loaded and rendered functional on the said devices. But soon more developers might […]

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Check out this year’s Google Play Award Winners

As expected, during its I/O Google announced the winners of the Google Play Awards. The nominees were announced a few weeks back and you can check our earlier post for a quick refresh. With more than 2.8 million apps (as of March 2017) available in the Play Store, it wasn’t easy to choose the winners. […]

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RIP Google’s weird blob emoji

Google’s default emoji set for Android is, well, unique. Love them or hate them, they look drastically different than the standard circular designs most other companies go with, going instead for the look of a melted blob with facial features. Personally? I’m not a huge fan, and it doesn’t look like Google is fond of […]

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