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PayPal now available with Google Pay across a number of new Google services

PayPal can now be used as a payment method across all of Google.

Google’s been adding a heap of new features to Google Pay ever since it ditched the Android Pay branding earlier this year, and the latest addition comes by way of deeper integration with PayPal.

You can already use your PayPal balance to pay for things in-store using Google Pay, but coming soon, you’ll be able to use your PayPal money via Google Pay across  [Read More…]

The OnePlus 5T is now sold out across Europe

European customers looking to get their hands on a OnePlus phone will have to wait for the OnePlus 6.

OnePlus has announced that the OnePlus 5T is sold out across Europe. The phone went out of stock in North America at the end of last month, and it looks like prospective customers will have to wait for the OnePlus 6, which should make its debut imminently.

OnePlus says that the 5T sold out “well ahead of  [Read More…]

PSA: Sling TV is experiencing streaming issues across multiple platforms [Update]

Sling’s aware of the issue and working on it as we speak.

Updated 3:26 PM ET – Sling TV’s support account on Twitter has started telling users that they should be able to access their programming once again by signing out of the app and then logging back in. If you’ve got Sling, let us know if this works for you!

If you’re a Sling TV subscriber and are having trouble watching your favorite game, reality show, etc.,  [Read More…]

Get 5 years Roboform’s encrypted password management across all of your devices, just $29

This end-to-end solution makes generating and organizing strong passwords super simple, while allowing you to still access the sites you frequently use quickly. Supported by AES 256-bit encryption and powerful password auditing, RoboForm keeps your passwords safe across every device you use.

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Google’s adding free Wi-Fi and Chromebooks to school buses across the U.S.

The Internet can be incredibly easy to take for granted at this day in age. Most everything we do is online, and thanks to expansions from mobile networks and home internet providers, more people are connected than ever before. However, for folks that live in rural parts of the United States, getting online can still be a challenge.

To help combat this, Google’s been soft-launching a program over the last couple years called “Rolling Study Halls — an  [Read More…]

PUBG Mobile is now available across the globe

Available for Android and iOS.

After launching in China late last year, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile is finally coming to additional markets. This news comes just a few short days after developer Tencent Games began running a beta in Canada on March 15, and I don’t imagine anyone will be complaining about the rapid expansion.

Tencent and PUBG Corp. note that the game is “now available in many regions around the world” and that it’ll be added to  [Read More…]

Samsung partnering with uBreakiFix for same-day Galaxy S9 repairs across the U.S.

This is so much better than sending your phone to Samsung.

Samsung is expanding its in-person smartphone customer service offerings with a new partnership with independent repair chain uBreakiFix. The new deal, which technically lands under the “Samsung Care” umbrella, guarantees that Samsung customers can visit any of uBreakiFix’s 300 U.S. stores for same-day repairs, including warranty service when applicable but also out-of-warranty fixes on older phones.

You may recall that uBreakiFix also has an ongoing partnership  [Read More…]

Google’s bringing free, high-speed Wi-Fi to 60+ locations across Mexico

Over 100 areas will be supported by the end of 2018.

After launching first in India and Indonesia, Google is now bringing its Google Station program to Mexico.

Google Station launched back in 2015, and its goal is to offer people Internet access that’s fast, free, and reliable. Google says it’ll first be rolling out its Station hotspots across 60 different venues in Mexico, including malls, airports, and public transit stations, but it hopes to expand this  [Read More…]

Your web browser’s password manager is helping ad companies track you across the web

The Same Origin Policy has one fatal flaw, and of course, ad companies have found a way to exploit it.

There are a few things you’ll hear in every conversation about internet security; one of the first ones would be to use a password manager. I’ve said it, most of my coworkers have said it, and chances are you’ve said it while helping someone else sort out ways to keep their data safe and sound. It’s still  [Read More…]

How to choose what you sync on Chrome across devices

You can choose exactly what syncs with Google and your computer, and it’s easy.

If you have a Chromebook and use Google Chrome on another computer, here’s a quick tip about choosing what you synchronize between them.

On our Chromebooks, many of us install apps and extensions that add more features and functionality. That’s how Chrome OS was designed, with it’s own online store full of apps and extensions, and there are plenty of useful ones included.  [Read More…]