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Europol has reason to suspect Google's Tap & Go service has been used by criminals to instigate fraudulent NFC payments. Thieves are able to exploit contactless credit cards, despite being deactivated
BlackBerry has announced that it will "end all internal hardware development", with future "BlackBerry-branded devices" built by third parties, running its custom "secure Android smartphone software".
After BlackBerry published details of its new Android phone on a web page with "do-not-publish" in its URL last week, leaked images of the DTEK60 now show a strong resemblance to Alcatel's Idol 4S.
A Middlesbrough shop owner is set to face charges due to providing ‘Fully Loaded' Kodi devices with free access to subscription based content. The next hearing is slated to commence on October 27.
Microsoft announced at its Ignite 2016 conference today that Visio will be coming to Android and Windows phones. The company did not share a timeline for when the apps will arrive.
While Google is reportedly planning to launch a premium notebook next year as a showcase for its new Andromeda OS, it looks like the new Huawei-made Nexus tablet could be the developer device for it.
Google's big October press event is said to include the announcement of a new 4K Chromecast device. We're still a week away from the event, but we're getting our first look at Google's new Chromecast.
Google is said to be developing an ultra-thin 12.3" notebook with stylus support priced from $799, as a showcase device for its new Andromeda OS, bringing together the best of both Android and Chrome.
It's been a source of speculation for a year, but Google might take the wraps off a new Android/Chrome hybrid OS on October 4, when the company is also expected to rebrand Nexus to Pixel.
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Opera has revamped the entire user interface of its Android client. The new change brings the browser more in line with Google's Material design, aesthetically. Opera says more changes will come.
While nothing major has been spotted in Google's new search app for Android, it has been noted that all references to "Google Now" have been removed, most likely to make way for the new Assistant.
Google is facing three distinct charges against it from the EU: Android abuse, unfair online shopping practices, and blocking ad competitors. The company only has a few weeks left to answer.
Google showed off its new messaging app at Google I/O 2016. Today, it has announced that the app will start rolling out globally, and will be available for download on iOS and Android devices.
The full specs list of the BlackBerry DTEK60, codename 'Argon', have leaked. The 5.5-inch device reportedly features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
A single cross-platform app, codenamed 'Skype for Life' - for Windows, iOS, Android, macOS and Linux - is said to be in development, with Microsoft's existing Skype clients moving to maintenance mode.
In what has become a daily tradition, Google's upcoming Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones have been leaked once again. This time in no less than 3 leaks, showing the two devices and sharing pricing info.
Google today announced a hardware launch event on October 4, where the company is likely to launch its two new Android Nougat-powered smartphones, the Pixel and the Pixel XL.
Google has released version 2.2 of Android Studio, which focuses on "speeds, smarts and Android platform support." This updated version includes support for all the latest Android Nougat 7.0 features.
Unveiled three weeks ago with both Android Marshmallow and Windows 10 models, Lenovo's Yoga Book is now available for pre-order. The Android model is $499, with the Windows model costing $50 more.
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A developer has successfully ported Google's Android 7.0 Nougat onto the six-year old HTC HD2 smartphone, which originally ran Microsoft's obsolete OS, Windows Mobile 6.5.
The developers of the ever-growing and popular Remix OS have unleased their custom operating system based on Android Marshmallow for Windows 10 PCs, offering the emulation of Google Play Store apps.
Microsoft has launched Office Lens on Windows 10 PCs, tablets, phones, and HoloLens - and it's also added Office 365 and OneDrive for Business support to the app on iOS, Android, and Windows 10.
Samsung is hoping to encourage more Windows phone owners to get one of its Android handsets, by making it easier for them to transfer content from their existing phone to their new Galaxy device.
Marshmallow has been available to manufacturers for almost a year now, but hasn't yet reached 20% of devices, while Android 4.4 KitKat - which was released nearly three years ago - is on 27.7%.
HTC today announced that it would be offering its One A9 for just $299, which is 40% less than its normal price of $499. The discount applies to the unlocked, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint models.
After promising to sunset Sunrise Calendar on August 31, and then delaying it due to wanting to add more features to Outlook Mobile first, the app will finally be discontinued today.
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Samsung has revealed a new smartphone called the Galaxy Folder 2. The device, which is designed for China, is one of the few smartphones designed like a flip-phone today.
Microsoft today released a new preview build for Insiders that are using Office for Android. The update contains mostly bug fixes, and it also promises a new look in PowerPoint.
After announcing that its new 'Super Mario Run' mobile game will be coming to iOS by the end of the year, Nintendo has confirmed that it will also be released for Android devices.
Google's Android Pay is expanding with support for Chase, Santander and TSB. The mobile payment platform will also support rewards programs from Walgreens, Chili's and Dunkin' Donuts.
An Android Trojan called Gugi bypasses new security features implemented in Marshmallow. It will superimpose itself over other apps, and it will request for permission to make calls and send messages.
Swiftmoji's latest update to their prediction based Emoji keyboard finally supports handsets running Android 7.0 Nougat, introducing realistic emoticons, you can grab the update here.
LG today announced what is to be the first phone to launch with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, the V20. The device uses 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC, which the firm promises will deliver quality audio.
Microsoft today updated its OneNote app for Android, adding new features such as the ability to open a password-protected section, record notes with audio recording, and more.
Microsoft updated its Garage project Arrow Launcher today, bringing it to version 2.3. New features include instant messenger support, Bing search, and quite a bit more.
Android saw some big gains during the three months ending in July 2016, including 90% share in one European market. iOS sales share rose in key markets too - but Windows phone sales fell again.
Amazon has begun selling Lenovo's Moto G4 Play for just $99.99, but there's a catch. The device will come with Amazon's Special Offers and ads. The deal is reserved for Prime members.
Recent updates to the Chromium software project suggest impending support for fingerprint or other bio-metric authentication, such as facial recognition. Now we just need the hardware.
A new patent from South Korea shows that Samsung has been considering creating a phone capable of running both Android and Windows Mobile at the same time, with each OS operating independently.
Lenovo's distinctive new Yoga Book - which aims to offer the simplicity of a pen-and-paper notebook - will come with Windows 10 or Android. But the company is also working on a Chrome OS version.
After sending out preview versions of a big revamp of its OxygenOS operating system, now OnePlus has confirmed what many had speculated: it will be merging OxygenOS with HydrogenOS.
Yes you read that right. Ever wanted to run Android on your desktop PC? You already can in the form of Remix OS 3.0, which is based on Marshmallow. Now there's a developer preview of Nougat available.
The HTC Desire 530 offers up a Snapdragon 210 chipset, 1.5GB RAM, an 8MP rear camera, a 5MP front camera, and an HD display, all for under $200, but is it worth it? Find out here.
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