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Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Release

In Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google introduced a clever new feature called Adoptable Storage that merges the internal storage with the microSD card, so it shows up as one save location. Unfortunately, the two tech giants won't use the Adoptable Storage feature. Further, Sony has also dropped a hint of which devices will receive the update, including Xperia Z3, Z3 Tablet Compact, as well as the Xperia Z4 Tablet, among others.

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Microsoft simultaneously releases new Windows 10 'Redstone' PC and phone test builds

There were a lot of talk about how little app the Windows store has to offer which is true but the fact is that most of the apps that you will need are there. This was included in the Friday build, but because of the bug didn't work correctly. Microsoft has also introduced Visual Voicemail for dual-SIM devices and updated the People app that brings back the history feature.

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Minecraft Oculus Rift Release Confirmed By Mark Zuckerberg

The next step is to move on from two-dimensional video to formats that enable people "to share the whole scene" they experience, he said. His company spent $US2 billion in 2014, buying the virtual-reality headset company Oculus , which had already partnered with the Korean electronics giant Samsung to make the Gear VR, an attachment for mobile phones that let people watch completely immersive videos.

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Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Android Marshmallow Update Rolled Out In UK

Nine out of ten most active Android users in China use a Xiaomi phone. The Galaxy Note 6 is expected to appear as early as August. Like the roll out in Cambodia, the update is pushing Over-the-Air.

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US senators urge NHTSA to accelerate Takata airbag recall

The company has publicly apologized for the faulty air bags amid congressional inquiries into its handling of the defective parts. Under an agreement Takata signed last November, all inflators with ammonium nitrate will eventually be recalled unless Takata can prove their long-term safety, he said.

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Microsoft finally buys cross-platform mobile development company Xamarin

Xamarin, which itself last fall acquired RoboVM for Java functionality, reportedly has more than 15,000 customers around the world, with more than 1.3 developers having used its tooling. In an interview with GeekWire in 2014, Xamarin CEO Nat Friedman said that cross-platform development capability will be key to Microsoft's continued success.