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    LG patent filing envisions foldable smartphones

    We have watched over the years as smartphone displays have increased in size, and starting last year, we watched as bezels shrank. The next big thing for smartphone design might be making our phones bend in one way or another.

    A smartphone with a flexible screen is certainly an interesting concept, straight out of sci-fi tales, ... Read More »

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    Amazon’s Alexa app now supports voice commands

    If you happen to enjoy Amazon‘s Alexa digital assistant but have been wanting support for voice commands on your Android device, the wait is now over.

    Amazon has officially confirmed that the Alexa app for Android now supports voice queries. Up until this point, the Alexa app was only able to ... Read More »

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    Verizon Go Unlimited plan will include Canada and Mexico soon

    Verizon separated its unlimited plan into two options last year: Go Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited. And soon the two plans will get closer to parity.

    Beginning January 25, Verizon will introduce Canada and Mexico coverage to its Go Unlimited plan. That means you ... Read More »

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    Amazon Prime monthly subscription increasing to $12.99

    Amazon Prime, like many other services out there, offers a monthly subscription to help break up the cost of a service. As is also par for the course with those other options, that monthly option works out to be a bit more expensive than paying the annual cost. In this case, ... Read More »

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    OnePlus confirms up to 40,000 people affected by credit card breach

    Earlier this week, OnePlus confirmed that it was looking into reports that some of its customers had suspicious credit card activity tied to the OnePlus online store.

    Soon after, the company announced that it was Read More »

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    Top 10 Android app updates this week: Discogs, Fleksy

    Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »

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    Top 10 New Android Games This Week: Morze Path, Jellynauts

    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 ... Read More »

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    Android Wear 2.8 update includes darker background, better notification glanceability

    If you are using an Android Wear smartwatch, a new update being rolled out now will add a couple new worthwhile features to your device.

    Android Wear 2.8 is now available. The new software brings along with it a darker background, which should help with general readability while looking at the watch ... Read More »

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    Moto Folio Moto Mod is a cheap way to protect your Moto Z

    There are quite a few Moto Mods out there now, with Motorola unveiling two new ones earlier this month.

    But Motorola’s not slowing down, as it’s adding another accessory to the mix. The Moto Folio is now available to buy and it’s a pretty straightforward: A simple case that snaps ... Read More »

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    Huawei will integrate Android Messages in its smartphone lineup

    Most Android smartphone manufacturers offer their own built-in messaging app which is meant to handle the vast majority of standard text messages sent on the device. However, Google also offers its own app called Android Messages. It’s built in on Pixel smartphones, but if you want that stock look on non-Pixel devices, ... Read More »

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