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  • OnePlus 5T Open Beta 2 adds new clipboard and Switch apps, improves power consumption management, and more

    OnePlus’ second 2017 flagship has turned out to be one of my favorite phones, but the largest disappointment at launch was that it shipped with Nougat instead of Oreo. However, OnePlus kept true to its word that the 5T would get Oreo via an Open Beta …

  • Chrome’s incognito mode isn’t as private as you might think

    There are many reasons why users may want to use the incognito mode on the Chrome browser, but did you know that it is not as private as you might think? Turns out, Chrome actually keeps a record of incognito mode activity and even stores the videos th…

  • [Deal Alert] NETGEAR Orbi RBK33 AC2200 home 3-pack WiFi system $299.99 at Amazon ($50 off)

    Perhaps you’ve been frustrated by dead spots in your home WiFi situation, lamenting those rooms that, for you, might as well no longer exist. Instead of shaking your fist, maybe it’s time to look at a mesh WiFi system. Amazon has a deal on the NETGEAR…

  • Democrats need just one vote to save net neutrality

    Democrats in the Senate are a single vote away from restoring net neutrality, with a total of 50 votes for a Senate resolution of disapproval that would not only restore the Open Internet Order of 2015 and negate the FCC’s repeal, but guarantee that Ne…

  • Ingenico’s latest mobile POS reader runs Android out of the box

    With the Moby M70, Ingenico is offering a mobile POS solution running Android 7.0 Nougat.

    Ingenico is one of the largest integrated payment solution providers in the world. Even if you haven’t heard the name previously, if you’ve used a credit card reader at a retail store recently, chances are it was made by either Ingenico or Verifone. Ingenico has been offering POS (point of sale) systems for over 35 years, and the company is now rolling out its next-gen mobile POS solution, dubbed the Moby M70.

    The highlight of the Moby M70 is that it runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. There have been mPOS solutions based on Android before, but where the Moby M70 differs is that it comes with full access to the Play Store. That’s a huge deal as it gives developers the ability to distribute apps directly through the Play Store.

    Traditionally, Android-based POS solutions were locked down, and any apps that were designed for a particular platform had to be certified individually. Ingenico …

  • OnePlus 3/3T Open Beta adds face unlock, Switch app, and more

    OnePlus has been in the news for a few bad reasons lately, which to me has further solidified my dichotomous feelings toward the company, but that’s not stopping it from churning software updates. Up today we have the OnePlus 3 and 3T, which are getting bumped to the Open Beta 30 and 21, respectively, with the same changelog for both.

    Release note
    • Added face unlock function
    • Added OnePlus Switch application for backup & restore
    • Supported Airtel VoLTE in India
    • General bug fixes and stability improvements

    Upgraded OnePlus Launcher to V2.3
    • New application drawer design
    • Auto-naming folder
    • Dynamic icon function for desktop clock icon

    As promised, the face unlock feature that first launched with the 5T and then came to the 5 is now available in the 3/3T’s beta.

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    OnePlus 3/3T Open Beta adds face unlock, Switch app, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Get a gold-plated Huawei Watch for $252.52 ($497.47 off)

    The Huawei Watch was perhaps the best of the first-generation Android Wear devices. Aside from it being the most watch-looking watch (compared to the postage stamp glued to a piece of leather styling of the original ZenWatch), the original Huawei Watc…

  • Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus: Top 5 things you need to know

    The 18:9 screen is new, but the rest of the phone should be familiar to anyone that has used a Redmi Note 4.

    Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi 5 Plus last month, bringing the 18:9 form factor to the budget segment. The Chinese manufacturer isn’t the first to roll out a budget phone with minimal bezels, but the company is once again showing that it can absolutely dominate when it comes to the value proposition. The base variant of the Redmi 5 Plus retails for the equivalent of $150, making it an incredible bargain when you consider the hardware on offer.

    The Redmi 5 Plus is currently limited to China, and as the phone made its debut just a month ago, the global ROM isn’t available just yet. That means you can’t get a version of the Redmi 5 Plus with Play Services installed out of the box. As such, it’s too early to make a quantitative assessment of how the device fares in comparison to the likes of the Redmi Note 4 and other devices in this segment. I’ll have more to share once the global…

  • It looks like the Honor 8 won’t get Oreo after all

    Huawei’s Honor sub-brand has been responsible for some nice pieces of hardware over the years, but the software always seems to lag behind. Just recently, the Honor 7X launched with Nougat when it should by all rights have had Oreo. Owners of the Honor 8 are also getting some bad Oreo news—they won’t see Oreo at all. At least, this is what Honor’s Indian Twitter account is telling people.

    As recently as late 2017, Huawei/Honor was telling owners to hang tight as it looked into Oreo updates for the Honor 8 series.

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    It looks like the Honor 8 won’t get Oreo after all was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung Galaxy X foldable phone: Rumors, Images, Details, and More!

    This will be the next big thing … at some point.

    The mobile industry has been tracking this rumored Samsung “Galaxy X” prototype phone for several months, gradually pushing back the supposed launch timeline for what’s supposed to be a successor to the general “Galaxy S” line. But as waves of details about the upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9+ come in, we’re still struggling for details on what this supposed Galaxy X with a foldable display will be. Reports with new details out of CES 2018 are at least giving us something to work with.

    No, you didn’t miss an announcement — Samsung didn’t have anything public to say about the Galaxy X (if that is its real name) at CES. But as many companies do, Samsung took the opportunity of having so many high-up industry people together to show off what it’s working on to partners. According to The Investor, this year that included the Galaxy X. The device in question has a 7.3-inch display that can fold in the middle — multiple versions we…

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