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Roku adds Google Play to its roster

Roku is bringing another streaming service to its list of video apps. Users in Canada, Ireland, U.S. and UK can now stream videos from Google Play and its Movie and TV app. There is a “Gifts from Google” area in the app that would give users a free copy of the original X-Men movie. Aside from being able to stream videos, there are also info cards that show information about what you’re watching when you pause a show or movie.

Source: Tech Buzz Online 


Samsung debuts new premium Galaxy Tab S tablets

Samsung has introduced its new premium flagship tablet at its Unpacked event in New York held today, June 12. The new Galaxy Tab S is touted as the company’s thinnest and lightest tablet (at 6.6mm thin it is 1mm thinner than the iPad) to date that packs in a few firsts from the company including a Super AMOLED display and up to 128GB of external storage via microSD.


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Nest Learning Thermostat might be coming to Canada through Google Play

It would make sense that Google will sell the product of its latest acquisition on the Google Play Store. You can find all Google devices there already. While Google has not officially announced its availability yet, Droid Life was able to grab a screenshot of Google Play’s support pages for available devices with the Nest Learning Thermostat in the list. It says the device will be available in Canada, the US, and UK. The product isn’t available in those countries right now. So, does that mean Google plans to sell the Nest here? There is no word yet from Google and they have pulled the listing from the support page. We’ll keep our eyes and ears open for any developments.



Google has started to sell the Nest Learning Thermostat on Google Play for US$249. The tech company even helped celebrate Earth Day by planting a tree for every Nest device it sold.
Source: PCMag



Google to ban Android apps that use deceptive ads

Google wants to make sure its users aren’t being taken advantage of by bad developers. The tech giant released new rules for Google Play apps. They want advertisers to clarify how and when they will use in-app purchases.  They want to take out apps that have pop-up ads designed to spoof a service, app notification, or system in order to have you clicking on something you shouldn’t.

Google also wants to get rid of “promotion or install tactics” as well that force downloads or Play Store redirects with your approval. And they want to get rid of unsolicited SMS ads and any use of “erotic content” to promote pornography. The developers are given a 15-day grace period before Google bans those that don’t comply with the revised rules.

Source: Engadget