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ASUS reportedly to unveil selfie-serving new Zenphone at Computex

Some have become famous because of it. Some have gained notoriety because of it. Some have turned it into an art. Some have used it for advocacies. Some have even risked life and limb to take one. Yes, the selfie is still here and looks like it wants to stay. No matter how you feel about them, you can't deny the fact that it's already part of our social zeitgeist (and even our dictionary). Asus will reportedly be releasing a new smartphone that will help fuel it even more.

Google Expeditions announced, brings classes to a virtual field trip with Cardboard

The Google Glass Project may be over but Google still has the Cardboard program. A couple of days ago we mentioned that Google is finally getting serious with virtual reality during the I/O 2015 and here it is. Google is bringing the Cardboard into classrooms by introducing the new Google Expeditions pack. It’s a special kit for teachers and educators that contains everything they need to bring their class on a field trip—at least in virtual reality. This brings virtual reality experience to the students and teachers who don’t have the means to go on a real field trip in a far away place.

Inbox now available for everyone, with new features to boot

If you're one of those who were longing to get an Inbox invite so you could use the other Gmail app that people have been talking about, you don't need to wait anymore. Google has opened up the mobile email app to the public, and has even added the most requested features from those who were lucky enough to get the invite and have been using it since October. So now, you can use Inbox to make it easier to sort through and group together your Gmail, whether on mobile or on desktop.

Xiaomi Mi store opens its virtual doors June 1

There is no shortage of accessories for Android devices on the market today. There are hoards of places where you can buy things like headphones, ear buds, external batteries, and other products to make your smartphone more enjoyable. If you are in the US, UK, France, or Germany you will soon have a new online location where you can get accessories.

Netflix Android app now supports 4K, Dolby Digital Pass

The new high-end TV industry standard, 4K, may not be that popular yet, given the limited devices that can support it (just for now, hopefully), but eventually, most brands will probably get on board. Netflix is making sure that they're one of the first out the door, as their Android app now supports 4K ultra high density resolution so you can view "all the pixels". The update also brings support for Dolby Digital Plus pass-through and application backgrounding as well.

Survive chaos by popping bubbles in 2D/3D environments in Mega Pang Galaxy

If you're getting bored with all the RPG and puzzle games you've been playing, you just look for new arcade games listed on the Google Play Store. You'll never run out of titles to play because new ones are being added each day. Mega Pang Galaxy is a new game from Alima Studios that challenges you to finish and clear the stages before screen is full of bubbles. Survive chaos by exploring new levels and dimensions.

Enter to win a Nexus 9, Chromecast, and Google Play gift card [DEALS]

The Google Gadget Giveaway offers the chance for one lucky person to take home a new Android powered Google Nexus 9 tablet, a Chromecast stick, and a $100 Google Play gift card. It’s a formidable combination that’ll help anyone get more out of their home entertainment system. Enter to win an entertainment and productivity prize package valued at $550 with The Google Gadget Giveaway, presented by Android Community Deals.

Samsung bringing easier adjustment of exposure to Galaxy S6, S6 edge

When it comes to the camera and its easy functions, some say that Apple has been way ahead of the game in some aspects compared to most Android smartphones, specifically Samsung. People who own both an iOS and Android device (this writer included) would still automatically turn to their iPhone when it comes to picture-taking crunch time, not because it has the best one, but because it is much easier to use.
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