New App Turns Your Mobile Keyboard Into a GIF Library

I’m writing this post in an email, and want to show how I’m feeling. Why? Because a new, interesting product came out this morning. And how exactly does it make me feel? Well, like THIS: How did I...
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Google’s CEO Predicts Shift From a Mobile World to an AI World

With the spawn of the internet and proliferation of mobile phones, it may seem like technology completely transformed the past two decades. But we’re still just at the start, according to Sundar...
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Google now lets you design custom cases for your Nexus phones

Google is launching a new service today that allows you to create $35 custom cases for its Nexus 5X, 6 and 6P phones. You can choose between two variations of the Live Cases. One allows you to pick...
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Even Microsoft’s own presenters have given up on Windows Phone

Sitting through all the keynotes at Microsoft’s Build, there’s one giant gaping hole in the coverage: Windows Phone was barely mentioned. In fact, it seems like the keynote speakers were actively...
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Nintendo’s first smartphone app, Miitomo, arrives in the U.S. and other markets this Thursday

Nintendo’s first smartphone application, “Miitomo,” now has a U.S. launch date: March 31st. In addition, the company says it will also be available in several other countries at the same time. While...
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Vodafone and Scout Association tie-up to foster digital skills and online safety

Vodafone has partnered with The Scout Association to help young people develop digital skills while staying safe online, and has sponsored two new Scout skills badges. The tie-up, supported by the Vodafone...
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Opera Mini gets an improved download manager, better language support and more in latest update

Opera Mini is one of the best browsers available in the Google Play Store, and today it’s getting a big update that will definitely improve your browsing experience on mobile. Perhaps the biggest...
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Android and the enterprise 2016 – old versions remain a big security risk

Large numbers of out-of-date Android devices are being allowed to access enterprise networks As with Windows XP on the desktop, KitKat is the aging version of Android that just won’t go away. An analysis...
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