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Medal.tv launches data platform for PC and Android apps

Medal.tv announced today that it is launching Medal Trends, an analytics platform that collects data from its PC and Android apps. Medal.tv records and shares short clips from people’s games, making it easier to show off highlights and other moments. Medal Trends will use player behavior to collect data, which can give an idea of which games are the most popular among its users. And since…
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The Sony Xperia L4 is a budget phone w/ 21:9 notched display, triple camera, and Android Pie

Sony has officially launched the budget-friendly Xperia L4 which might actually be an interesting entry into the affordable Android smartphone space. Unlike the Xperia 1 and 5, the L4 is aimed more towards the low-end with pretty modest specifications. The 6.2-inch device comes with a 720 by 1680 resolution display. Sony is sticking to its guns with the 21:9 aspect ratio display though on this…
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Bloomberg: Apple considers allowing iPhone users to set third-party web browsers and email apps as defaults, native Spotify on HomePod

Apple is said to be discussing adding the ability for users to set third-party apps as defaults, overriding the built-in preference for Apple’s Safari and Mail. The news comes as Apple faces increasing scrutiny over how it operates the App Store whilst giving preferential treatment to its own apps and services. In addition, Bloomberg says that Apple is considering opening up the HomePod to…
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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip stock to be replenished February 21 alongside S20 launch

Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip quickly sold out online and in most retail stores within just a day of its launch last week, but if you’re hoping to get your hands on the foldable, stock is coming back soon. Samsung has today confirmed that it will drop its next stock of Galaxy Z Flip units online on February 21. That’s just a week after the first set sold out and the same day as Samsung’s Galaxy…
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