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Popcorn Time Installer Pulled From Host For Violating Terms Of Service UPDATE: It’s Back

Update: The installer is back on Mega. Popcorn Time is a magical program that takes all the hassles out of torrenting a movie. It’s Hollywood’s worst nightmare. It’s essentially Netflix for pirated movies. And now it’s gone. The program’s installer was hosted by Kim Dotcom’s Mega. Not anymore. The installer was pulled from the hosting site this morning for… Read More

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This Week On The TechCrunch Droidcast: The Google Play Edition Moto G Arrives While Our Host Departs

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We’re freshly back from CES, so visions of new Android-powered devices swirl in our heads. While in Vegas we subjected the new Z1S to the rigorous water salad test, so we talk about that, the new HP Android “voice tablets,” and the logic and value of Google’s Play Edition device program to solve the mystery of the Play Edition Moto G.

There’s also some bittersweet news, as Droidcast host supreme Chris Velazco formally announces his departure – he’s moving on from TechCrunch to Engadget, where he’ll probably be even more engaged with all things Android and mobile. He’ll be back for frequent visits, so Droidcast listeners needn’t worry, but expect a lot more self-indulgent monologuing from yours truly, along with a more varied lineup of guests.

We invite you to enjoy weekly Android podcasts every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern and 12:30 p.m. Pacific (generally speaking), in addition to our weekly Gadgets podcast at 3 p.m. Eastern and noon Pacific on Fridays. Subscribe to the TechCrunch Droidcast in iTunes, too, if that’s your fancy.

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This Week On The TechCrunch Droidcast: The Google Play Edition Moto G Arrives While Our Host Departs

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We’re freshly back from CES, so visions of new Android-powered devices swirl in our heads. While in Vegas we subjected the new Z1S to the rigorous water salad test, so we talk about that, the new HP Android “voice tablets,” and the logic and value of Google’s Play Edition device program to solve the mystery of the Play Edition Moto G.

There’s also some bittersweet news, as Droidcast host supreme Chris Velazco formally announces his departure – he’s moving on from TechCrunch to Engadget, where he’ll probably be even more engaged with all things Android and mobile. He’ll be back for frequent visits, so Droidcast listeners needn’t worry, but expect a lot more self-indulgent monologuing from yours truly, along with a more varied lineup of guests.

We invite you to enjoy weekly Android podcasts every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern and 12:30 p.m. Pacific (generally speaking), in addition to our weekly Gadgets podcast at 3 p.m. Eastern and noon Pacific on Fridays. Subscribe to the TechCrunch Droidcast in iTunes, too, if that’s your fancy.

Intro music by Kris Keyser

Direct download available here.

 

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This Week On The TechCrunch Droidcast: The Google Play Edition Moto G Arrives While Our Host Departs

droidcast-banner-19

We’re freshly back from CES, so visions of new Android-powered devices swirl in our heads. While in Vegas we subjected the new Z1S to the rigorous water salad test, so we talk about that, the new HP Android “voice tablets,” and the logic and value of Google’s Play Edition device program to solve the mystery of the Play Edition Moto G.

There’s also some bittersweet news, as Droidcast host supreme Chris Velazco formally announces his departure – he’s moving on from TechCrunch to Engadget, where he’ll probably be even more engaged with all things Android and mobile. He’ll be back for frequent visits, so Droidcast listeners needn’t worry, but expect a lot more self-indulgent monologuing from yours truly, along with a more varied lineup of guests.

We invite you to enjoy weekly Android podcasts every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern and 12:30 p.m. Pacific (generally speaking), in addition to our weekly Gadgets podcast at 3 p.m. Eastern and noon Pacific on Fridays. Subscribe to the TechCrunch Droidcast in iTunes, too, if that’s your fancy.

Intro music by Kris Keyser

Direct download available here.

 

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Tokyo to host 2020 Olympics with assurance that Fukushima radiation is ‘completely blocked’

Tokyo, Japan has just edged out Madrid and Istanbul to become the host of the 2020 Olympic games. Although Tokyo was considered to be the frontrunner for the games, many had expressed concerns that lingering radiation from the Fukushima nuclear plant would scuttle its chances. Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, directly addressed those issues at length in his pitch to the International Olympic Committee (IOC). “Let me assure you the situation is under control. It has never done and will never do any damage to Tokyo,” Abe said in response to IOC questions, “I make the statement to you in the most emphatic and unequivocal way.” Japan recently adopted a plan to build a $ 320 million ice wall to limit the spread of radioactive water.

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PSA: White House to host ‘We the Geeks’ hangout tomorrow at 12PM ET

In the spirit of San Diego Comic Con, the White House is set to host a special geek-themed Google+ Hangout tomorrow, July 19th, at 12:00 PM ET to celebrate the geniuses pioneering real-life superhero-style technology. The event, part of its “We the Geeks” series, will cover recent innovations in materials science that could potentially take us to infinity and beyond, like impenetrable liquid armor, self-healing and touch-sensitive synthetic skin. Joining the Hangout are notable experts including (but certainly not limited to) James Kakalios, author of The Physics of Superheroes, Nathan Landy, a Duke University graduate student working on an invisibility cloak and Nate Ball, host of PBS’s Design Squad Nation and inventor of the Batman-like Ascender. Got a question for these real world Tony Starks? Share it via Twitter or Google+ using the hashtag #WeTheGeeks.

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Verizon to host event on July 23rd, likely involves new Droid devices

Verizon to host Droidrelated event July 23rd

Verizon is sending out invites to the press regarding a mystery event next week. While the invite doesn’t reveal which products are set to be announced, we have a pretty solid indication of what to expect: we’re told that the event will involve “the next generation of one of [its] most popular family of devices.” Given that the Droid is Big Red’s most popular device lineup — not to mention the fact that the rumor mill indicates a series of new Motorola-made Droids are on the way in the near future — it’s quite likely we can expect to see two or three devices decked out with Verizon’s favorite brand.

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LG’s to host an event in New York City on August 7th, could it be for a new Optimus G?

LG’s got something cooking, and it’s looking to let us in its kitchen in New York City on August 7th. Naturally, the important details — like what we’ll be seeing — are nowhere to be found just yet, but given LG and Qualcomm’s recent teasing of a new Optimus G packing a Snapdragon 800, it seems this could be a smartphone-centric affair. We’ll have to wait and see until the dog days of summer, of course, but we’ll be there to bring you the action when the time comes.

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Google Hangouts upgrade removes ability to host Google Voice calls on your computer

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Google new Hangouts messaging service is quite impressive — it takes Google’s old and neglected Talk service and upgrades it with always-on communication, support for images, video calling, and much more. But for all of the improved service that Hangouts offers, if you upgrade the Google Talk service within Gmail to Hangouts (by selecting the “Try the new Hangouts” option in Talk’s menu), you lose some significant features — namely the ability to set your availability status and, more importantly, the ability to place or receive Google Voice calls from within Gmail. Essentially, the new Hangouts removes the option to host a Google Voice call on your computer, something that many users find convenient and necessary in their day to day…

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