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16 glitches and bugs with the Moto G, and how to fix them

It’s the best budget smartphone around, but that doesn’t mean that the Moto G is perfect. We take a look at the most commonly reported Moto G problems and try to identify workarounds and solutions
Social Media

Now you’ll never know when your ex-friend deleted you: Facebook shut the app down

Every day, Facebook members are blindly “unfriended.” While Facebook doesn’t provide a feature to notify its users every time they are removed from someone’s friend’s list, Facebook just shut down a new app called Who Deleted Me…
Wearables

A future version of Android Wear may let you send messages to friends from your wrist

For the next version of Android Wear, Google may introduce several new features, including a watch-to-watch communication method called Together, and a new single screen tap control.
Android Army

Here are the 5 apps you should download this week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy…
Mobile

Weekly Rewind: Tinder for celebrities, Star Wars app launches, and more

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week -- just for you.
Mobile

Top 5 best Android games you need to play this week

Are you looking for new strategy games, match-three puzzle games, or endless bike riding games to play on your Android device? Here's our list of the top 5 best Android games you need to play this week.
Android Army

Google starts applying artificial intelligence to Gmail spam filters

Google's applying the power of its artificial intelligence to Gmail, the company has announced. It'll use machine learning to sort spam smartly, taking care to respect individual preferences for catalogs and newsletters.
Mobile

Forget 2K and 4K: Samsung’s working on an 11K screen for smartphones

Samsung started work on an 11K smartphone screen in June that could be used on future phones. The company aims to reveal a prototype in 2018, but it has got a lot of work to do before then.
Android Army

Google releases Android M Developer Preview 2 for supported Nexus devices

Google has released the first update to its Android M Developer Preview, Preview 2, and it packs a number of fixes and changes. Most notable are the reworked app drawer and Memory settings screen.
Mobile

For some reason, someone got Windows 7 running on an Asus ZenFone 2

XDA user ycavan was able to install the full version of Windows 7 on his Asus ZenFone 2. This was made possible because the phone runs on a quad-core Intel Atom processor, which allows Windows 7 to run at almost native speeds.
Mobile

LG’s G4 Beat is a great mid-range version of its flagship

LG added yet another G4 variant to the mix called the LG G4 Beat. It's a solid mid-range phone with the look of the flagship and a few special features thrown in to sweeten the deal.
Mobile

T-Mobile’s ‘Mobile without Borders’ ends roaming fees within North American continent 4:44

Using your mobile phone in Mexico and Canada can be super expensive with ridiculous roaming fees. Even calling either country from the U.S. can be costly. T-Mobile is ending that frustration today with "Mobile without Borders"