WhatsApp es gratis: todo sigue igual

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La noticia del día es, sin duda, que WhatsApp dejará de cobrar un dólar al año a sus usuarios. Sin embargo, por muy espectacular que suene, incluso el cambio de modelo de negocio que se impone todo sigue exactamente igual que ayer.

¿Cómo puede ser esto? ¿Todo igual? Si han fluido ríos de tinta sobre este asunto, desde la prensa especializada (no hay más que mirar todo lo que hemos sacado nosotros sobre el asunto) ...

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow final version rolling out next week

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Android Marshmallow release date is set for next week. That’s when Android 6.0 will roll out to the Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9 and Nexus Player as an OTA update. The new version of Android will also arrive on the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P flagship phones. Read on for more details.

Android Marshmallow is now closer to its release date than ever, thanks to its new official name, official press event and a bevy of confirmed ...

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Are you ready for the BLOOD MOON phenomenon?

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On September 28, a natural phenomenon known as a supermoon and blood moon will turn the moon a deep crimson – the culmination of a month of stunning astronomical events.

As well as a lunar eclipse (which blocks the moon out completely) there was also the second solar eclipse of the year that took place over the weekend.

Sadly, for armchair astronomers here in Blighty, it was only a partial ...

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New Moon Phases release

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A new release of moonphases is available. The version 3.1.8 includes the following changes:
  • A new indicator of Diet of the Moon in the main view
  • Also a full description and advices about the Diet of the Moon
  • Now, you can select the weather view as default view
  • LED Notification for every message/alert (if available) after getting a notification will be shown
  • And, a lot of new fixes
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Microsoft is using Android apps as mobile testbeds

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This past Friday, Business Insider revealed that Microsoft had acquired Double Labs, a small shop that makes an Android app screen replacement called Echo Notification Lockscreen. That seems like a weird thing to do, because Microsoft’s Garage Labs already makes a similar app, called Next Lock Screen. But if you look at what Microsoft has been doing on Android (especially with Garage Labs), it actually makes a bit of sense.

The key is that Microsoft is ...

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