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Samsung’s Galaxy Watch lineup is often regarded as the best smartwatch for Android users, and now it appears an updated model is coming. Rumors have been going around for a few months at this point, but now a new Samsung Galaxy Watch has passed through the FCC, even offering the first look at the hardware.

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Yesterday

Google this evening announced that it is delaying next week’s Android 11 Beta 1 release and The Beta Launch Show. The company on Twitter said that “now is not the time to celebrate” in light of ongoing societal protests across the US, including in the San Francisco Bay Area, and will reschedule at a future date.

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Since launch, Google Stadia has been slowly gaining support for more and more Android phones outside of the Google Pixel series. With the release of Stadia for Android version 2.19, it looks like the service is preparing to allow you to play on phones that haven’t yet been “certified,” alongside other new features.

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In January, we spotted YouTube testing a new Premium perk that gives subscribers one free channel membership every month. The Google video site is now making this new benefit official for a limited time in five countries.

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Today’s Android game/app deals + freebies: Raid Manager, Lecture Notes, more

It’s Friday and we are now ready to head in to the weekend with all of the best Android game and app deals. While there are still loads of Team 17 game deals available down below as well as a notable offer on the highly-rated rhythm game, Cytus II, the deals keep coming today. Highlights of our Friday collection include Lecture Notes – Classroom Notes, Devil Twins: VIP+, N+ Launcher Pro, Retro Pixel Classic, Raid Manager, and much more. As usual, your complete collection of today’s best Android app deals and freebies is waiting below the fold.

Report: YouTube won’t be home to ‘Cobra Kai’ Season 3 amid shift away from scripted TV

Over the past few years, YouTube’s approach to original content has shifted away from scripted movies and TV shows to more Creator-driven content. As part of that, YouTube will reportedly not air Season 3 of Cobra Kai, and let it go to another network.

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