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    Material Design has slowly been making its way through Google's Play Store. Since its introduction as part of the Android L developer preview at the Google I/O developers' conference last summer, the rollout has slowly but surely been happening. Almost a year after the formal inception of Material Design standards and guidelines, the Dropbox Android Material Design update is ready to hit devices across the globe. The new design comes as part of the v3.0.0 update, which cites the design changes as the one major focus in the update. Switching to the new design increases usability as well as ...

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    Back at the start of the month, OnePlus teased what was supposed to be a major announcement – one that would “shake up” the industry. Well, we didn't get the launch of any new hardware or anything so interesting, and found ourselves left with the consolation prize of a $50 discount on the OnePlus One. On its own, that wasn't huge news – sales comes and sales go, and especially for a one-year-old phone, a price cut now and then is to be expected. Today, however, OnePlus tweaks that deal in a very important way that suddenly has us a bit more interested, making the price cur ...

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    It can be difficult to stay organized in today’s digital world, especially if you are on the go. That’s why the Pocketnow Deals Store is proud to offer The Five Star Productivity Pack, a collection of 1 year subscriptions to four premium apps (Evernote, Wunderlist, LastPass, and Pocket) that will organize your work and life, plus three free months of Dropbox Pro to store everything you need. They’re also compatible across mobile devices, so you can stay the course even when you are away from your home or office. Get it all for just $59.99, which is 67% off. Leading the charge is a ...

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    While smartphones haven’t exactly changed all that much in the last two or three years, the services and applications that make them run definitely have. The apps and services are smarter, more affordable, and more openly available to a wider array of devices and operating systems. More specifically, cloud storage is available in abundance. Two years ago, cloud storage was relatively expensive, corresponding mobile application support was sparse, and there were only a few services to choose from. However, the level of competition in the space has risen tenfold. Probably more – ...

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    This time last year, Dropbox had just bought Orchestra, the company behind Mailbox, the popular email app for iOS. At the time, the Dropbox team posted an announcement of the news, mentioning the desire to see Mailbox get “into as many people’s hands as possible.” Well, moving beyond the iOS user base sounds like a prime way to do just that, and today Dropbox announced a “new chapter” for Mailbox with the debut of an Android port. Mailbox for Android is in the Play Store as of right now, free for you to install. At the moment it only supports Gmail and iCloud accounts, but other ...

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    MWC 2014 is just over a week away, and its schedule has already been coming together to include announcements from some of mobile's biggest brands. Companies like Nokia and Samsung are expected to show off some new hardware, but not everyone will be bringing along new gear; Motorola, for instance, sent out its own MWC invitations last week, but made it clear that instead of having any major hardware news, it would instead be talking about the business itself. Considering the new Lenovo ownership, there's plenty that's not completely clear, so this plan sounded just fine to us. As we wait ...

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