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Casting live streams to Chromecast added to YouTube appview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google recently added the ability to cast live streams from YouTube to Chromecast devices, but it was only available via a desktop web browser. Google is now pushing out an update to the YouTube app for Android devices that includes this same feature. As usual, Google is rolling this update out in phases. You can hit the link to Google Play below to see if it is available for your account. (IT news)

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Images of rumored redesigned Google+ app leakview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – We’ve heard rumors of an interface redesign for many of Google’s core apps, including Gmail and the calendar app, so it makes sense that a redesign would follow to the Google+ app. (IT news)

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TalkAndroid Daily Dose for April 16, 2014view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. (IT news)

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Featured Android Game Review: Neon Commander [Arcade]view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Do you like retro style arcade games? Well then you need to check out HeroCraft’s latest effort, Neon Commander. This game is kind of like Space Invaders meets Breakout. In this game, you will need to stop alien spaceships from taking down your city. In order to do that you will draw on the screen to bounce their shots back and hopefully hitting those enemies. (IT news)

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Dropbox 2.6.30 Fixes a Dual Account Issue on Windows, Brings New Problems for Mac OS Xview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Dropbox 2.6.30 is now the latest version of the online service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere. It's nothing spectacular about it, but users should upgrade nonetheless. The Dropbox developers are releasing way more development versions than stable ones and they don't really make numerous changes in one single release. (IT news)

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Weibo’s IPO May Underwhelm, But Don’t Discount Other Chinese Tech Stocksview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Weibo, the influential microblogging service owned by Sina, has reportedly raised just $285.6 million in its initial public offering, according to Bloomberg. The service's underwhelming IPO, however, should not be taken as a harbinger of doom for other Chinese tech companies that plan to list soon on U.S. stock exchanges. Read More (IT news)

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Earth: Year 2066 First-Person Apocalyptic Survival Game Released on Linuxview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Earth: Year 2066, a first-person survival game developed and published by Killing Day Studios, has been released on Steam for Linux. If you think that there aren't enough first-person sci-fi apocalyptic games out there, then Earth: Year 2066 is just for you. In all fairness, the game does look rather good, as opposed to many similar titles that have been launched until now. (IT news)

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Samsung And Amazon Team Up For Custom Galaxy Kindle E-Book Appview story

http://techcrunch.com –  So much for trashing the Kindle. Today Samsung is announcing a new app, Kindle for Samsung, created in partnership with Amazon, that will let Galaxy device users using Android 4.0 and up, starting with the Galaxy S5, to buy and read content from Amazon's catalog of magazines, newspapers and books. The app will going live across 90 countries this month. Read More (IT news)

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Last Chance to Get the Cult Classic System Shock 2 on Steam for Linux with a 50% Discountview story

http://news.softpedia.com – System Shock 2, a cult classic sci-fi horror FPS-RPG that was initially released back in 1999 and recently made available on Steam for Linux, can now be purchased with a 50% discount. System Shock 2 is an old game and some people might not even remember it, but in 1999 it was a smashing hit and all the gaming community loved it. (IT news)

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Fired Yahoo COO Henrique De Castro’s Severance Totaled $58Mview story

http://techcrunch.com –  When Yahoo removed Henrique De Castro as its COO, it wasn't clear how much loot he was going to take with him. The final tally, revealed today in an SEC filing that also detailed Yahoo's board nominations, has the figure: $58 million. Read More (IT news)

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Financial Management App Developer Qapital Launching To Challenge Mint.comview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Qapital, a new financial management app developer based in Europe, is preparing to launch in the U.S. and Sweden as it looks to challenge Mint.com's dominance in personal financial management, TechCrunch has learned. The Stockholm-based company aims to help consumers "live large" by "saving small." Read More (IT news)

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Line Starts Letting Users Make And Sell Their Own Stickers On Its Messaging Platformview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Mobile messaging platform Line, which is gunning for a billion registered users by 2015 and is also reportedly considering an IPO later this year, has added a new feature aimed at boosting engagement on its platform. The feature could also result in it pulling in more revenue via its secondary money-maker, sticker sales. Read More (IT news)