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Android’s new FIDO2 certification means easier, password-free logins for more apps and sites

New security certification means you’ll soon be able to use your fingerprint or security hardware key to log in across apps and websites for all phones running Android Nougat and up. FIDO2 is a relatively new security protocol being adopted across the application and website security industries which allows the linking of a device’s hardware […]

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Android’s stock texting app now includes anti-spam safeguards

Your Android phone's text messages could soon be relatively junk-free without needing help from carriers. Android Police has learned that Google is rolling out spam protection to the Messages app for at least some users. It's not clear just what th…
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Talk Android’s 2018 Gift Guide for the Holidays

Need to get started on your holiday shopping? Don’t panic, Talk Android is here to help you out. We’ve rounded up our favorite phones, smart home devices, and accessories to give you some ideas of what to get for the holiday season, and we’ve tagged some reviews so you can read up on everything before […]

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Google now requires OEMs to leave Android’s notification bundling features alone

Google updated its Android documentation to require that device manufacturers not block or obstruct how notifications work. The news should help keep Android consistent across different devices.

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Google may let you add clipboard, keyboard switcher to Android’s navigation bar

Google may be testing the option to customize Android’s navigation bar to add a little more than what’s currently available, according to hidden code in 7.0 Nougat. You may soon be able to add a clipboard, a keyboard switcher, and more.

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Is HTC Android’s first falling giant?

HTC has announced "significant cuts" and slashed jobs after posting a $ 265 million net loss, with more losses promised for the future. Reuters is reporting that the poor performance has been blamed on the company's One series of flagships that, whi…
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