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New Android Wear watch faces now available on Google Play

Google's Android Wear team has just announced a bunch of new Android Wear watchfaces. It took some time for the Android Wear developers to announce this new series since the last batch was released last December. Sure, there may be other watch faces available but these new ones are from the Android team, designed exclusively by 17 popular brands in retail and fashion today.

Bomgar now allows remote screen sharing for non-Samsung devices

If you haven't tried Bomgar Remote Screen Sharing for Android, now is the best time because the program has just been updated. Bombar has expanded the feature to all other sweet Android 5.0 Lollipop-running devices. This means anyone who uses Bomgar can remotely control Android phones or tablets even those non-Samsung devices.

Keep your USB devices fully charged with the Power Vault [DEALS]

Discreetly recharge your mobile devices from practically anywhere with the Power Vault 18,000mAh Portable Battery Pack, 72% off at Android Community Deals. The Power Vault is a lightweight and compact battery pack. It’s capable of holding an immense 18,000mAh of power, which is enough to fully re-charge most smartphones several times over or an average tablet at least a couple of times. Plus, it can recharge up to two devices at once, which is a huge time saver.

Yahoo announces Search in App, TouchPal Keyboard integration

Yahoo Search is still alive. Of course, it is. Still the biggest rival of Google Search so don't think it will ever go away. Yes, Yahoo will continue to improve search to bring everyone the best mobile search experience ever. The company has been working on new features and since February of this year, it's been teaming up with mobile developers to improve on in-app experiences for Yahoo Search.

Google Clock now available for non-Nexus devices

Yes, your device has a default clock app. Yes, you don't really need much from it except you need it to tell time and set alarms and the like. Yes, you've never really thought about getting a different app to replace your device's default one. But if you're a big Google fan and you have a non-Nexus device, then now you can also download the Google Clock app.

LG announces line-up of new projectors for 2015

LG Electronics has diversified their portfolio when it comes to releasing electronic products, from home appliances to smartphones and tablets. But when you think of projectors, you don't automatically think of LG. However, for the past few years, they have actually been releasing some pretty good models for both home and business use. They have recently unveiled their new projectors for 2015, and it contains a powerhouse LED projector with Smart TV, and three minibeam projectors that are also pretty neat and useful.

Google introduces Android Security Rewards program for researchers

In case you didn't know it yet, Google has been paying programmers and researchers to actually try to hack into their system and discover security vulnerabilities in order to better improve their system. In fact, they have shelled out more than $1.5 million last year alone to "reward" those who were able to find these vulnerabilities in Chrome and other Google products. Now they are introducing the same system for the Android mobile platform with their Android Security Rewards program.

Samsung announces Galaxy Tab E in Taiwan

The Samsung Galaxy Tab E is already expected in Taiwan since it was spotted a few days ago. It was seen in a catalogue in the country, showing the latest mobile devices. So far, we know the Galaxy Tab E will have a 9.6-inch HD screen, 1280 x 768 pixel resolution, 1.3GHz quad core processor, 8GB built-in storage, 1.5GB RAM, microSD card slot for expansion up to 128GB, 5MP main camera, 2MP front-facing camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 5,000mAh battery.

Threes! now free (with ads) for Android devices

Early last year, a new game called Threes! was finally released for Android devices, and puzzle geeks everywhere were happy. However, for those who don't like actually paying for apps and games, the $2.99 price tag was a deterrent. But now, a little more than a year later, they have finally released a free version of the game, but of course you'd have to "suffer through" some sort of exchange for it.
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