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Four new playlists coming to YouTube Music, personalised just for you

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YouTube Music has had its detractors for a while now. Many of us have made the switch from Google Play Music over to YouTube Music with mostly success but there are still some detractors of it -- and...

Will the EU block Google’s acquisition of Fitbit? Signs point to yes

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We all got a tad excited when Google announced they were acquiring Fitbit last year. Finally a way for Google to bring some experience in the fitness wearable industry into their Wear OS ecosystem. Unfortunately it seems...

Spotify Duo appears for couples, same services just a touch cheaper!

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Spotify is the king of streaming music, with a truly staggering userbase of both free and paying users. For many of those paying users, there are several people in the same house accessing the service -- which was...

Snapdragon 765G-toting OnePlus Nord to be available throughout Europe and India

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OnePlus have signalled all year that they were set to release a "lite" version of the OnePlus 8 this year. With them stepping into the premium and ultra-premium market that left a gap in the mid-range and as...

Google rolls out Maps interface changes to Android Auto

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Android Auto continues to improve and although there are bugs at times it is wholely a great experience. That hasn't stopped Google from trying new things. Overnight Google has made changes to the way that Maps appears...

Samsung accidentally leaks the Galaxy Note 20 itself, on their own website

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It's not the first time someone at Samsung's IT department has accidentally pulled the trigger on an upcoming device and we hope that today's accidental trigger pull won't be the last. Overnight the unreleased Galaxy Note 20 showed...

BOOST removes $100 and $150 recharge options for new customers, new options soon

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If you loaded the BOOST website on 1 July 2020 hoping to port-in a new number to the $100/6 month/60GB or $150/12 month/80GB recharge options unfortunately you're a day late. A BOOST spokesperson advised Ausdroid that: "The $150 and $100 recharge...

Now you can Binge on Binge for up to 12 months for free

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It seems Telstra really wants people to try out Binge, the company's new streaming media service, and to drive adoption they are offering 3 months free access to Telstra post paid mobile customers. If you're a Telstra Plus member...

Google brings ten new dinosaurs from Jurassic World to life in AR through Search

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Google has partnered up with Universal, Amblin Entertainment (creators of the Jurassic Park/World franchise) and Ludia (creators of the Jurassic World Alive AR location-based game) to get you up close and personal with ten of the franchise's dinosaurs. You can...

Spotify takes YouTube Music’s lead and rolls out real-time lyrics — but not to...

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Spotify has been testing real time lyrics synced to music in some areas for a while now and now it seems that the feature is leaving the beta stage and is being rolled out. Techcrunch are reporting that...

Qualcomm announce the Snapdragon Wear 4100 Platform and the new watches launching along side

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With the wearables market gaining more and more traction the lack of a powerful low power SOC is holding back OEMs from making competitive hardware. Today Qualcomm announced their third line up of Wearable SOC, the Snapdragon Wear 4100...

Google acquires North, will we see another Google Glass?

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Google have today announced that they have acquired North, a company that is "a pioneer in human computer interfaces and smart glasses", as part of their focus on "helpful devices". Although Google Glass is no more, Google is...

Telstra officially announces 5G plan options

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In the early stages, 5G was offered essentially on a trial basis to Telstra customers. As of July 1st, that free trial finishes, and Telstra has made the decision to include 5G services on some plans, but there's a...

Optus begins tests of 5G mmWave technology for even faster mobile broadband data

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While 5G in Australia is in its infancy, Optus is forging ahead with testing the next generation of 5G technology - mmWave networks. Offering super high bandwidth, low-latency services, mmWave networks will offer higher speed and faster response for...

Ausdroid’s response to the #StopHateforProfit campaign: we are leaving Facebook

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Ausdroid has been a strong supporter of social causes for a long time. We have upset some readers in the past with our social conscience in the past and while we miss those readers we do not apologise for...

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