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Everything Google Announced at the Pixel 4 Launch Event

Google launched new Pixel phones today, you might have heard about it — they got improved rear cameras, while the front of the phone received a radar sensor. However, Google also announced a new high-end Chromebook, some new earphones, and updates to its Nest smart home ...

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Google Bans Payday Loan Apps

Google has officially banned payday loan apps from the Play Store. Find out what that means for predatory lending practices now and hear how these app developers are responding, as well as the other content that Google won't allow on its platform.

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Google is Listening to You Again (With Permission)

Google Assistant has started to make use of human reviewers again, after months without them due to negative news stories. With the revelation that recordings were being listening to by human staff, and the public's reaction, Google now aims to be much more transparent.

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Google Filed a Weird Multiple-Page Smartbook Patent

The race towards a great foldable phone now has its strangest entry yet: Google has filed a new patent for a book-like device that might have as many as five foldable screen "pages" to flip through. Here's how it would work and how likely it is to actually happen.

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Huawei Announces HarmonyOS – One OS to Rule Them All

At its annual developers conference, Huawei finally lifted the lid on its brand new operating system. Called HarmonyOS, the new operating system is set to work on a variety of devices — including smartphones. So, will HarmonyOS spell the end for Android?

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Android Q vs iOS 13 — Key Features Compared

With both big smartphone operating systems' next generations curently undergoing beta testing, we take a look at all the key features and changes and ask the question - which is best? And, perhaps more importantly, which will move the smartphone game forward?

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Google to Offer App Subscription on Play Store

Worried that you don't already have enough online subscriptions with Spotify, Netflix, Hulu, Xbox Live or whatever else you're signed up for? Well, prep your wallet, Google is coming in hot with a subscription service for its Android Play store.