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The Note 5 could finally bring USB-C to Android. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

The Note 5 could finally bring USB-C to Android. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung is expected to embrace the new USB-C standard with its upcoming Galaxy Note 5. The flagship phablet is likely to be Samsung’s first USB-C smartphone, and we’ll have to wait until the fall to get our hands on it.

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Blend a top-notch activity tracker and smartwatch together and you get Striiv’s newest and greatest creation yet, the Fusion. Its sleek minimalist design delivers essential personal stats and notifications, while tracking activity and sleep progress, making it an ideal companion all day, and all night.

The Fusion is usually priced at $100, but for a limited time only thanks to Cult of Android Deals, you can get it for just $59.99.

YouTube Kids on an Android tablet. Photo: Google

YouTube Kids on an Android tablet. Photo: Google

YouTube Kids, the brand new app designed to make YouTube a safer and more enjoyable place for our little ones, is now available on Android and iOS.

In addition to a selection of curated videos ideal for young viewers, the apps make it easier for kids to find and navigate their way around suitable content, and they block out anything that’s not fit for small eyes.

Mailbox for Android isn't moving as quickly as we'd hoped. Photo: Mailbox

Mailbox for Android isn’t moving as quickly as we’d hoped. Photo: Mailbox

Mailbox, the popular email app from Dropbox, finally supports your tablet almost a year after it first came to Android. If you’ve used Mailbox on an iPad before, however, you’re going to be sorely disappointed with the user interface.

Chromebooks are only going to get more popular. Photo: Acer

Chromebooks are only going to get more popular. Photo: Acer

Apple and Google are very interested in taking over the U.S. education market from Microsoft, but when it comes to capturing marketshare, the Chromebook is teaching Apple an important lesson: Price matters.

For the first time ever, Google has passed Apple in the U.S. education market, according to IDC data obtained by The Financial Times, which shows Google’s Chromebook laptops are more popular now in the K-12 classrooms than the iPad.

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