Games in Google Play with in-app purchases can no longer be called ‘free’ in Europe

As part of an agreement between the European Commission and Google, games in Google Play with in-app purchases can no longer be called “free.” Press release: In-app purchases: Joint action by the European Commission and Member States is leading to better protection for consumers in online games Following a large number of complaints in EU […]

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 Google acquires Songza to boost Play Music

Google has announced that it has acquired Songza to boost Google Play Music. On +Google Play, the search giant announced: Exciting news today — we’re thrilled to welcome +Songza to Google. They’ve built a great service which uses contextual expert-curated playlists to give you the right music at the right time. We aren’t planning any immediate changes […]

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 @evleaks leaks another Samsung Galaxy S5 GPE render without on-screen navigation keys

Recently, master leaker @evleaks leaked an alleged render of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition. What was strange about the render is that it had both physical and on-screen navigation keys. Now he has leaked another render that shows the device without virtual keys. Previous leaked render: New leaked render: Like we said before, […]

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 Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition render leaked

At Google I/O, we were expecting the search giant and Korean tech giant to finally lift the lid on the Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition (a version of the regular S5 that runs Android in vanilla form and successor of the S4 GPE). However, the device was never announced at the event. Now the […]

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 Did Google just leak the Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition?

Google has just lifted the lid on the next version of Android (Android L). On the official website of Android, the search giant may have lifted the lid on the Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition as well. Google Play edition devices run Android in vanilla form. In the picture you see above, there are […]

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 LG G Watch to be sold in Google Play?

The LG G Watch will be one of the first smartwatches to run Google’s platform for wearables, Android Wear. Another smartwatch to run the OS is Motorola’s Moto 360. According to reports, LG’s smartwatch will be given away for free to every Google I/O attendees. The event kicks off from the 25th to the 26th […]

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 Photo leaks alleged Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition

A “Samsung source” has leaked what he/she claims to be a photo showing the Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition. Google Play editions are versions of flagships that run Android in vanilla form. The photo was posted on TK Tech News. The site reports, “Here’s an image that comes from our editor who met with […]

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 Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play edition gets Android 4.4.3 update

Do you own a Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play edition? If so, we have good news for you? The Android 4.4.3 (KitKat) update is currently rolling out to your smartphone, AndroidCentral reports. Here are screenshots of the update: To check if the update is available for your smartphone, go to “Settings,” “About phone,” and “System […]

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 Motorola Alert app for Moto E and Moto G LTE alerts loved ones in case of emergency

Yesterday in London, Motorola lifted the lid on the new Moto E, an affordable handset “priced for all,” and the Moto G LTE, a version of the Moto G that supports 4G. Despite being recently unveiled by Lenovo-owned phone maker, apps for the smartphones are already available on Google Play. One of which is a […]

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 John Lewis and Currys PCWorld offering £100 Google Play credit with every Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 purchase

If you’re looking to get your hands on a spanking brand new tablet, may we make a suggestion? UK retailers John Lewis and Currys PCWorld are both offering the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 at a lower price of £279. To sweeten up the deal, the two are throwing in £100 worth of Google Play credits […]

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