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Canary Vision offers AI-powered person detection capabilities for free and paid users

Thursday, December 14th, 2017

It's been a bit of a bumpy road for Canary and its connected security cameras. While Rita had mostly nice things to say about the all-in-one camera in her review, the company has since done its best to annoy users (particularly those on the free tier) by changing its subscription model and then backtracking slightly. Perhaps some new features will go some way to win back the trust of its users.

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Canary Vision offers AI-powered person detection capabilities for free and paid users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Samsung Gear 360 (2017) is just $149.99 ($80 off) on Amazon

Monday, December 11th, 2017

360-degree videos still can't be considered popular, but they've been becoming more widespread over the past few years. If you'd like to be at the forefront of the 360-degree video charge, Amazon is now offering the 2017 edition of the Gear 360 for just $149.99 - a solid $80 off the MSRP.

This newest version of the Gear 360 sports a handle instead of a tripod base, a pair of 8.4MP CMOS fisheye lenses, capable of 15MP photos and 4K video at 24fps.

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[Deal Alert] Samsung Gear 360 (2017) is just $149.99 ($80 off) on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Essential Phone camera updates adds 360-degree live-streaming on Facebook and YouTube and other improvements

Saturday, December 9th, 2017

When the Essential Phone landed back in September, one of the biggest criticisms most reviews had for the diminutive device was its decidedly mediocre camera. Subsequent price drops and recent sales may have increased consumer interest, though, and Essential remains committed to improving camera performance—at least, as much as they can.

Two days ago, the Essential camera app and 360-degree hardware were updated again, adding support for YouTube Live 360, Facebook Live 360, and improving 360-degree image quality and software stability. 

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Essential Phone camera updates adds 360-degree live-streaming on Facebook and YouTube and other improvements was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

DxO ONE with USB-C port for Android is now available for $499 in ‘Early Access pack’

Friday, December 1st, 2017

You might remember DxO as the firm behind all those smartphone camera ratings, but the company is branching out into hardware. The DxO ONE with USB Type-C was announced earlier this year, and though an iPhone version with a Lightning port has been available since 2015, it's taken until now for an Android version to arrive. And at $499, it's not cheap.

The DxO ONE isn't even officially out; DxO is simply letting users sign up for an 'Early Access pack.' Within this pack, you'll get the DxO ONE itself, as well as a $59.90 case that's waterproof down to 45 meters and $199 DxO PhotoLab image processing software for free.

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DxO ONE with USB-C port for Android is now available for $499 in 'Early Access pack' was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Galaxy Note8 on Verizon gets camera improvements and KRACK fix with new update

Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

If you bought a Galaxy Note8 on Big Red, be sure to check your phone for updates. Verizon has announced it is rolling out an update for the Note8, containing changes to the camera app and various security fixes.

The update has a build number of "NMF26X.N950USQU2BQJA," and includes the October 1 security patch level (an entire month behind, well done Verizon) and the fix for KRACK vulnerabilities. Beyond the security patches, there are a few modifications to the camera app.

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Galaxy Note8 on Verizon gets camera improvements and KRACK fix with new update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Razer details upcoming improvements to its camera

Friday, November 24th, 2017

The Razer Phone has been receiving generally-positive reviews, but one sore point has been the camera. The dual 12MP rear cameras are impressive on a specifications sheet, but in real-world usage, the shutter speed is slow and HDR increases the capture time by a few seconds. The pictures themselves don't look bad (perhaps a bit over-saturated), but the process of taking them isn't great.

Thankfully, Razer is looking to improve the camera experience with future software updates.

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Razer details upcoming improvements to its camera was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Sponsored Deal] ANNKE 8-channel security camera system w/ 4 weatherproof night vision cameras is $78.09 at Amazon with coupon

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

Security cameras come in all shapes and sizes, and there are a ton of different potential configurations. But if you need DVR storage at up to 1080p resolution, support for up to 8 cameras (with four conveniently included), and intelligent motion detection with alerts, ANNKE's solution might be for you. Better, we have a coupon (TTXS6D5Q) that brings the whole package down to $78.09

There are a lot of decisions to be made when it comes to security cameras.

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[Sponsored Deal] ANNKE 8-channel security camera system w/ 4 weatherproof night vision cameras is $78.09 at Amazon with coupon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Assistant is able to troubleshoot problems on your phone (Pixel 2 only, for now)

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

The Google Assistant on the Pixel 2 and 2 XL is more powerful than ever before, and it can help you do a bunch of things with your phone like change settings or initiate a conversation with support. Thanks to a whimsical request from a reader, we now know about one more ability the Assistant has.

On a Pixel 2 XL running the Android Oreo 8.1 dev preview, our tipster asked the Google Assistant why his phone wasn't charging fully, and to his/our surprise, a troubleshooting process was initiated.

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Google Assistant is able to troubleshoot problems on your phone (Pixel 2 only, for now) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The Pixel 2 uses “Fused Video Stabilization,” and the technology behind it is incredible

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

With its new Pixel 2 phones, Google introduced something called Fused Video Stabilization. It's a proprietary combination of optical image stabilization, electronic image stabilization, and the company's fancy machine learning tech. Its results are stellar, giving Google's Pixel 2 phones one of the best, if not the best, video capturing results out there. Since we know that it works well, now the burning question is: how does it work?

We could post examples of Google's Fused Video Stabilization all day, but suffice it to say that the results are unarguably an improvement over OIS or EIS alone.

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The Pixel 2 uses "Fused Video Stabilization," and the technology behind it is incredible was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Pixel 2 cameras don’t like LED lights, display strange banding when aimed in their direction

Monday, November 13th, 2017

There's no doubting that Google's 2nd generation Pixels are excellent phones, but like any major release, they've not been without their fair share of teething problems. The screen of the Pixel 2 XL has captured the most headlines, with various issues which may or may not have been overblown in some media circles. With all that talk of the display, the camera must have been feeling left out. Well not anymore.

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Pixel 2 cameras don't like LED lights, display strange banding when aimed in their direction was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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