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Canary View smart indoor camera is $50 (half off) at several retailers

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Smart home security cameras don't always have to be expensive. Case in point: The Canary View — already a good value at its typical $99 price tag — is on sale right now for a mere $50. That's 50% off, making it one of the cheapest ways to get into smart home security, or a good opportunity to pick up a 2nd (or 3rd, or 4th) camera for your existing Canary setup.

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Canary View smart indoor camera is $50 (half off) at several retailers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Buy a Canary All-in-One security camera, get an Echo Spot for free ($130 off) at Best Buy

Saturday, October 27th, 2018

Security cameras are a smart thing to have. Best Buy's got a deal on one particularly compelling cam, the Canary All-in-One. Right now, when you buy the camera, you get a free Echo Spot. Not a bad deal considering the Spot is $129.99 on its own.

The $139.99 Canary features a 1080p sensor, wide-angle lens, and infrared night vision, so you can keep track of everything going on in your house regardless of the time of day.

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[Deal Alert] Buy a Canary All-in-One security camera, get an Echo Spot for free ($130 off) at Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Chrome may get a new way to share tabs between mobile and desktop, plus incognito media notification changes

Friday, October 19th, 2018

In the dark, dank, early days of Android, sending content from your phone to your desktop required either a third-party tool like Pushbullet or Google's Chrome to Phone and companion Chrome to Mobile extension. Thankfully Chrome switched to a convenient "tab sync" multi-device history that allows you to share sites across devices easily. Even so, it's not the most direct system, and according to Chrome Story, a "self share" feature that provides a more obvious workflow may be coming to Chrome.

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Chrome may get a new way to share tabs between mobile and desktop, plus incognito media notification changes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Network file shares now enabled by default in Chrome OS Canary channel

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

As of the latest Canary build (v70), Chrome OS now has network file shares enabled by default. SMB sharing was previously possible via a flag that was added back in March, although it was quite unstable at that time. It should hopefully perform better now, allowing you to add a file share service such as Samba.

Chrome evangelist François Beaufort announced the news on Google+ and linked to the relevant Chromium Gerrit, adding that it makes viewing a shared folder pretty easy when you've gone through the setup process.

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Network file shares now enabled by default in Chrome OS Canary channel was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Chrome OS is experimenting with a centered shelf layout

Friday, July 20th, 2018

The team behind Chrome OS is often testing new features via flags, and the latest of these is a centered shelf layout. The concept is pretty simple - the apps you have on your taskbar, called a 'shelf' by Google, get centered with this flag. Fancy stuff.

In this experiment, the pinned apps are on the left, while the other icons are on the right. I would say the change is reminiscent of macOS's taskbar, but it's kind of hard to claim given that this is just a matter of alignment, and it doesn't disappear by default like Apple's does.

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Chrome OS is experimenting with a centered shelf layout was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Canary partners with Noonlight to introduce Safety Button

Friday, July 13th, 2018

Canary is known for its popular smart home security cameras, but it's now adding a new feature to its app that'll help keep you safe when out and about, too. It's joining forces with Noonlight, a service that integrates with other connected platforms such as Google Home, IFTTT, and Alexa to trigger emergency responses when you're in danger.

With help from Noonlight, Canary is adding a Safety Button to its app that can immediately share your GPS location and personal details with first responders.

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Canary partners with Noonlight to introduce Safety Button was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Experimental ‘Chrome Duplex’ UI now has a tweaked address bar and easy tab switching

Saturday, June 30th, 2018

Google has been working on a new Chrome Android interface for nearly two years now. The first iteration was 'Chrome Home', which moved the address bar to the bottom of the screen. That interface was essentially done, but Google decided to scrap it for unknown reasons. The project was changed to 'Chrome Duplex' in February, with the address bar back at the top and a new toolbar at the bottom (much like Samsung Internet).

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Experimental 'Chrome Duplex' UI now has a tweaked address bar and easy tab switching was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Chrome Duplex UI updated with bottom bar that mirrors top toolbar options

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Google Chrome's Canary build offers "bleeding edge" features so they can be tested ahead of possible graduation to the more stable versions of the app. Recently, Google has been experimenting with the traditional top-positioned toolbar in response to ever taller Android handsets, first by moving the whole thing to the bottom (Chrome Home), and then by replacing that with a swiping up gesture to access to the new tab page (Chrome Duplex).

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Chrome Duplex UI updated with bottom bar that mirrors top toolbar options was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Chrome OS Canary gets standalone dictation method for text entry

Monday, June 11th, 2018

A new text dictation method is popping up in Chrome OS. As Google employee François Beaufort shared on Google+, an OS flag enables a new dictation method in the Canary build of the operating system that adds a microphone icon to the system tray as well as a keyboard shortcut for speech-to-text.


The dictation icon. Annotated image via François Beaufort on Google+.

To try the new method, navigate to chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-accessibility-features and enable the flag.

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Chrome OS Canary gets standalone dictation method for text entry was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Canary’s 1080p indoor security camera is $99 on Amazon and Chewy ($70 off)

Friday, April 27th, 2018

Connected security cameras seem to be popping up all over the place these days and while they're really tempting for some of us, the high cost of entry is deterring. Luckily, we can count on sales to help ease that monetary burden a bit. Canary's all-in-one 1080p indoor security camera has fallen below $100, sitting at $98.57 on both Amazon and Chewy. That's $70.43 off.

This camera features Alexa and Assistant integration, a 147° wide-angle lens, a built-in siren, a climate monitor, and motion tracking.

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[Deal Alert] Canary's 1080p indoor security camera is $99 on Amazon and Chewy ($70 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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