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Square has launched an under-the-radar payments service that lets customers transfer cash through email. More news from Yahoo on Monday: The company is revamping photo-sharing service Flickr and is also opening a New York office. The carrier says by mid-June it will allow use of FaceTime over cellular for its unlimited plan customers. At last week's Google I/O event, Google Voice news was noticeably absent from the stage, overshadowed by the new Hangouts service, which doesn't yet support Voice. The iPhone maker has been tweaking its pricing strategy and incentive offerings in markets where smartphone ownership has only recently begun to take hold. Still carrying last year's Galaxy S 3 but pining for the newer model? A software update may appease your desire: Several of the Galaxy S 4 software features are included in this Android 4. Acer's Iconia W3 is the second coming of Ultra Mobile PCs, only this time, there's a touch-friendly user interface. After picking up the MeeGo torch, Jolla's first phone running the Sailfish operating system is official and can be pre-ordered. NCR is the top supplier of retail point-of-sale software for U.S. restaurants, so for LevelUp, getting its mobile payments app to work with NCR's systems for dining transactions is key. In case you missed the GigaOm weekly podcasts, here's a second chance. Two of our shows had special guests to explain new technologies and our wrap-up show is fully dedicated to understanding all of the news out of Google I/O.