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What would you buy if you had $150 to spend in Google Play? That’s just one of the prizes on offer in Cult of Android’s $1,000 Google Play giveaway, so if you own an Android device and you’re interested in apps, games, movies, music, and more, find out how you can be in with a chance to win big below. But don’t hang around, because this deal ends at midnight PT tonight.

Screenshot: TiVo/Google Play

Screenshot: TiVo/Google Play

TiVo has today updated its Android app to finally add support for video streaming from your DVR to supported smartphones and tablets. The feature gives users the ability to begin watching live and recorded shows on their TV at home, and then continue enjoying them on their mobile devices when they leave the house.

Samsung's new ad is Note funny. Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung’s new ad is Note funny. Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

If you thought Samsung’s ad campaigns attacking Apple were bad, you should see its new Galaxy Note 4 ad. It’s essentially just a four-minute video full of nothing but Note puns that tells us zero about the South Korean company’s new flagship phablet.

The original HTC One Max. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

The original HTC One Max. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

HTC is reportedly gearing up to take on the iPhone 6 Plus and the Galaxy Note 4 with a flagship phablet of its own called the HTC One M8 Max. The device will reportedly offer a 5.5-inch display — the same as the 6 Plus — with a super sharp Quad HD resolution.

Think twice about joining free Wi-Fi networks. Photo: Ming Xia/Flickr

Think twice about joining free Wi-Fi networks. Photo: Ming Xia/Flickr

Would you give away your eldest child in exchange for free Wi-Fi? Six families in London agreed to do so when they accepted the terms and conditions of a free Wi-Fi hotspot set up by researchers without actually reading them properly. The vast majority of us probably would have done the same, so is it about time we started reading these things properly?

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