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Weekend poll: Do you use Android Pay?

Myandroid.com / September 25, 2017

By David Ruddock

Android Pay is adding new banks all the time, and it’s even expanding its global presence slowly but surely. This week, I’m asking how many of you actually use it.

Android Pay is something that I was very skeptical on initially, going back to the days of the Google Wallet branding. Why on earth would I use my phone to pay for something when swiping my card was so easy?

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[Deal Alert] Get a refurbished ASUS Chromebook Flip C100PA for $149.99 from Woot

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By Corbin Davenport

Chromebooks are still some of the best value computers on the market, mostly thanks to Chrome OS’ ability to run well even on underpowered hardware. The ASUS Chromebook Flip C100PA wasn’t exactly high-end when it was released in 2015, but even in 2017 it’s a decent budget computer. You can now buy one for $149.99 from Woot, a decent savings over the $190-$250 that other stores currently sell it for.

The specifications on this Chromebook aren’t amazing, but that’s probably what you were expecting at this price point.

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Google Home users could get 3 months of Deezer Premium+ for $0.99 (US, UK, Germany, Canada, Australia)

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By Rita El Khoury

Here’s an almost-freebie to start off your week: Google Home’s promotions page has added one new offer for you to take advantage of: 3 months of Deezer Premium+ for $0.99. That’s one buck for 3 months of unlimited, on-demand streaming, no ads, but with offline saves and high-quality audio. Deezer Premium+ normally costs $6/month or thereabout, depending on where you live, so you’d be saving around $17.

The offer shows up on Google Home’s promotional support page in the US, UK, Germany, Australia, and Canada, but oddly not France.

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New GPS chips in 2018 smartphones will help you avoid that 10 mile detour after a missed turn

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By Scott Scrivens

It’s crazy to think that before smartphones were a thing we had to rely on actual physical maps or our own sense of direction to get around on foot, or our satnavs in our cars. We probably take for granted quite how amazing it is that we can whack an address into Google Maps and it’ll plot the ideal route from our current location. This is only possible because of the GPS capabilities of our smartphones, and it’s set to get even more accurate in the next generation of smartphones.

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Nokia 9 price, release date, specs and rumors

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By Brittany McGhee

The Nokia 9 will be the premium flagship to follow on the heels of the already released Nokia 3, 5 and 6 phones. Now we have the rumored price, release date and specs.

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Play Store app on Android shows your nearest Play balance credit expiration date

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By Rita El Khoury

We’re not sure when exactly this started showing up, but we think it’s relatively new: the Google Play Store app on Android is showing your nearest Play balance expiration date. That should come in handy if you’ve been gifted or you purchased some Google Play credit and you forgot when you applied it and when it would expire (usually after one year).

I learned that expiration date lesson the hard way once: I got $100 of Play promotional balance and used about $30 sparingly for a few purchases, thinking the rest would last forever, until I once logged in and my balance was zeroed out.

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Amazon Prime teams up with the NFL to launch live Thursday Night Football

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By Scott Scrivens

For NFL fans with Amazon Prime memberships, a new perk is sure to liven up your Thursday nights. Starting September 28th, with Chicago Bears v Green Bay Packers, live Thursday Night Football games will be streamed on the Amazon Prime siteand the Prime Video app.

There’s obviously nothing extra to pay if you’re a Prime subscriber. If you’re unable to watch the game live, there will also be highlights available for 72 hours afterward.

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The best 360-degree stories on YouTube

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By Russell Holly

Here is a chance to see something truly magical and fun

When Google first released Cardboard we got our first view of a “360 Story” from Motorola. It featured a cute mouse looking for his hat and was so endearing it spawned a host of other stories. We will take you through some of them today. Here’s our top 5.

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Samsung, LG and Philips talk smart homes and reach the same conclusions (without realizing)

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By Jessica Murgia

We discuss smart homes with Samsung, LG and Philips. What problems do both the brands and users face and what can we expect from the future?

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Best BlackBerry Phone

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By Jerry Hildenbrand

Best overall

BlackBerry KEYone

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BlackBerry is legendary when it comes to mobile device management and security, and follows that trend when using Android to power its phones. With the KEYone, you also get the keyboard experience that only BlackBerry can offer. The KEYone is a great way to enjoy Android for people who still want a physical keyboard on their phone, and peace of mind that knowing a company is concerned about security.

Bottom line: BlackBerry continues its reputation of excellent mobile security and having a great keyboard with the KEYone.

One more thing: The BlackBerry is usually the first phone to get the monthly Android Security update — often hours before Google releases the bulletin itself!

Why the BlackBerry KEYone is the best

The keyboard form factor you love.

BlackBerry’s iconic candy bar keyboard design has been merged with Android, bringing you the best of both worlds with the KEYone.

The KEYone has everything a BlackBerry fan would want or need. A big bright screen, all-day battery life, a great camera and the legendary BlackBerry keyboard. With Android and BlackBerry’s comprehensive suite of productivity and security applications, you’ll get more done and be able to stay in touch with business and personal contacts across social media as well as through email. And when the work day is done, you’re able to enjoy over a million apps from Google Play.

The KEYone is the best BlackBerry you can buy.

Best for less

BlackBerry DTEK60

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The DTEK60 features a mostly stock Android experience that’s accentuated with BlackBerry’s added layers of security along with the BlackBerry Intelligent Keyboard which is jam-packed with useful gesture controls. You’ll also get the full suite of BlackBerry productivity tools.

The DTEK60 is packed with some really handy features including the classic BlackBerry notification LED on the front, a programmable convenience key, and a fingerprint scanner on the back. Powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor and a 3,000mAh battery, it’s a quality phone all around.

Bottom line: The DTEK60’s price a welcome addition for many users and IT managers.

One more thing: Scott Wenger, VP of design and devices for BlackBerry says DTEK stands for “Detection.”

Best Slider

BlackBerry Priv

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BlackBerry’s first phone running on Android was a bold attempt to buck the latest smartphone trends. In a world dominated by slabs of aluminum and glass, BlackBerry went with a slider design to incorporate a physical keyboard and a soft-touch back that’s great for maintaining your grip.

While it may have lost a bit of luster when the KEYone launched, it’s a great option for folks who were interested a full-screen sliding keyboard experience.

Bottom line: With its physical keyboard and top-notch Blackberry security features, the Priv is a unique and powerful option in the Android marketplace.

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