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Google now has all the data it needs, will stop scanning Gmail inboxes for ad personalization

Here’s a surprise announcement from Google: It will stop scanning the inboxes of Gmail’s free users for ad personalization at some point later this year. Google already doesn’t do this for business users who subscribe to its G Suite services, but until now, it routinely scanned the inboxes of its free users to better target ads for them. Show More Summary

Top 10 New Android Games This Week: Comix Zone, Altered Beast

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any [...]

Niantic just gave a big middle finger to Pokémon GO cheaters by rendering illegally caught Pokémon useless

Niantic is making yet another effort to curb cheating in Pokemon GO, this time by blacklisting illegally caught Pokemon from being placed inside gyms. It's about freaking time.

Virgin’s plan to sell nothing but iPhones is crazy, but will it work?

Virgin Mobile has announced a pretty bold (or crazy, depending on how you look at it) change in their business model: they want to sell nothing but iPhones.

[Report:] Pixel 2 device specifications reportedly leaked

The specifications for Google's next generation Pixel devices have supposedly leaked. Are these specs everything you wanted and more?

New Pixel 2 leaks give us an idea of what to expect

4 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

A new series of leaks give us an idea of what the specs for the Pixel 2 lineup will bring, along with some design cues.

10 best Philips Hue apps for Android

Are you looking to tinker with your Philips Hue smart lights? Excellent! They can be fun and we can help! Here are the best Philips Hue apps for Android!

OnePlus 5 vs OnePlus 3T: quick look

Join us as we make a quick comparison of the newly revealed OnePlus 5 with its immediate predecessor, the OnePlus 3T.

Want your Pixel photos to be seen by millions? So does Google

Google has a pretty enticing offer for budding photographers: get your Pixel photos seen by millions of Chromecast owners as Backdrops.

Deal: Unlocked LG V20 on sale for just $355

With the LG V30 only a couple of months away, the LG V20 is currently on sale for an amazingly low price: just $354.99 - but act fast!

LG V30: all the rumors in one place

Join us as we take a look at all the current speculation surrounding the upcoming LG V30, including specs, release date and price.

Save yellow blob emoji with machine guns, mine carts and monsters

Wishing there was something you could've done to save the yellow blob emoji from extinction? Well now there is, but you'll need a flamethrower.

OnePlus 5 vs HTC U11: quick look

Tossing up between the new phones on the market? Check out the differences and similarities between the OnePlus 5 and HTC U11.

Action Launcher drops the “3” from its name as part of its big update

The development team behind the popular Action Launcher 3 app has released a major update, and has also changed its name to just Action Launcher.

Sony Xperia XA1 on sale for $50 off at Amazon

If you’re looking for a deal on an unlocked Android smartphone, there’s one available on Amazon right now. The Sony Xperia XA1 is being offered for $50 off by a third-party Amazon seller. That means that its price is $249 just a [.....

Why should your app get SRE support? - CRE life lessons

By Adrian Hilton, Customer Reliability Engineer Editor’s note: When you start to run many applications or services in your company, then you'll start to bump up against the limit of what your primary SRE (or Ops) team can support. In...Show More Summary

HTC U11 vs Galaxy S8 vs Pixel vs iPhone 7 [CAMERA TEST]

The HTC U11 is said to have one of the best cameras on the market. We decided to put that to the test, pitting the phone against the Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel, and the iPhone 7.

Top 5 Android Apps of the Week (June 23, 2017)

Every week, hundreds of Android apps and games are submitted to the Play Store. If you’re not paying attention 24/7, it’s easy to miss some of the best stuff.

Libraries across the U.S. are Ready to Code

Editor’s Note: Alan Inouye leads public policy for the American Library Association, and today he tells us about a new partnership with Google that will equip librarians to offer coding programs for kids in their communities Emily Zorea is not a computer scientist. Show More Summary

Celebrating businesses giving back this Ramadan

In the heart of Istanbul, where I was born and raised, is the Hagia Sophia, a breathtakingly beautiful monument with a storied history. Over the centuries it has been a cathedral, a mosque, and a museum. When you stand inside, you see Arabic calligraphy alongside Christian relics. Show More Summary

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