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uTorrent can't go any lower. Debuts Ad-Free Client for $4.95 Per Year

torrentfreak.com — The uTorrent team has introduced a new ad-free version of the popular file-sharing client. Users can now buy a yearly $4.95 subscription to download the latest torrents without being subjected to ads. The new client is part of an experiment to optimize the user experience. read more

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S7 Edge pics

twitter.com — Current mobile editorialist (@**venturebeat**). Former @**evleaks**-er. Former @**engadget** senior ed / @**pocketnow** managing ed. Serious DMs only - no questions, please. read more

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What do you want in Android N?

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What feature/s would you like added to Play Music to make it far better?

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What is a Bloatware App or Service You Actually Enjoyed?

xda-developers.com — Kill it with fire -- that's what we usually think when it comes to bloatware. But once every blood moon, when the sun is eclipsed and the planets align, we find a bloatware app or service that is not _as bad_ as the rest. OEMs dump millions into their phones' software, and the bloat inside them didn't spontaneously compile -- it was approved, financed, and programmed. So there must be _some_ useful bloatware out there, right? read more

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What was the most gimmicky hardware or software feature?

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TIL If you add certain websites as shortcuts to your home screen from Chrome, they'll function like apps with their own App Overview tab

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Saturday APPreciation (Feb 13 2016) - Your weekly app recommendation/request thread!

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Other than USB C, What will be the next standard hardware feature?

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