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  • 30 languages and multilingual support, routines, and location-based reminders are coming to Google Assistant

    It hasn’t been 2 months since Google Assistant dominated half the conversation at CES (with Alexa taking the other half) and now it’s back again with more announcements and new things for MWC. After Google’s teaser that new Android One and Go phones a…

  • Wacom Bamboo Tip review: A pricey fine-tip stylus that works on all touchscreens

    A couple of weeks ago, Wacom announced the Bamboo Tip, a fine-tip stylus that had us interested. We’ve seen several of these “active capacitive” pens before, but they still occupy a rather forgotten category – one that’s neither fully active neither a…

  • Samsung Max is a new VPN that’s replacing Opera Max

    And it’s only available for Samsung phones.

    A few years back, Opera Max was one of the most popular VPNs designed to help you save as much data as possible while using your phone. The service was discontinued by Opera last August, and now Samsung is digging it out of its grave and relaunching it as Samsung Max.

    Similar to Opera Max, Samsung Max will help users cut back on their monthly data usage while also ensuring their online connection is as secure as can be. As such, Samsung Max consists of two primary modes — Data Saving Mode and Privacy Protection Mode.

    As the name suggests, Data Saving Mode is all about helping you use less data and potentially save money with your wireless carrier bill. Samsung Max will notify you when it detects applications that are using considerable amounts of data, it can compress images, videos, and music files for lighter web-browsing, and users can choose to automatically block background data from being used by certain apps.

    On the other h…

  • Kingdom Hearts 3 for PlayStation 4: Everything we know so far!

    Want to know what’s going on with Kingdom Hearts 3? Here’s what we know so far

    In the early years of gaming, there were quite a few swings taken at the creation of a game utilizing Disney properties. Most of those games were ranged anywhere from unplayable to mediocre as far as quality goes.

    Then in 2002, Square released Kingdom Hearts onto the PlayStation 2. Disney fans and gamers rejoiced as they finally had a significant video game with Disney characters. Thus far, there have been a total of nine Kingdom Hearts games and here in 2018 Square stands poised to release a new entry to the gaming public.

    We have been hearing rumblings about Kingdom Hearts 3 for years now but there is finally light at the end of the tunnel for fans of the series. As it stands now, we should see a release toward the end of 2018. However, what do we know about Kingdom Hearts 3? Let’s take a look.

    A whole new world

    Since its inception, an important element of the Kingdom Hearts games has been set…

  • Does the Google Pixel 2 have Bluetooth issues?

    It all depends.

    As great as the first-generation Google Pixel was, one thing it wasn’t was a perfect phone. The Pixel had its fair share of issues, with one of the most annoying being inconsistent Bluetooth performance.

    The Pixel 2 fixes a lot of the complaints people had with its older sibling, but how does it fare when it comes using Bluetooth?

    One of our forum users recently asked this very question, and these are a few of the responses they received.

    Almeuit
    02-21-2018 02:56 PM

    Some people have issues with various cars. With my 2017 F150 and my BT headset I use at work I have had no issues. I use my BT headset at work all day and use the BT in the truck every time I drive.
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    MooMooPrincess
    02-21-2018 03:00 PM

    This. In my 2010 Cobalt (am Bluetooth) I have 0 issues, my 2011 infiniti? Issues, my 2016 infiniti? 0 …

  • Google app v7.22 beta prepares page for purchases through Assistant, revised search widget editor, and more [APK Teardown]

    Google has begun rolling out the latest update to its signature search app to the beta channel. Version 7.22 appears to be a bit less ambitious than most recent updates, as existing features don’t seem to be changing and most of the upcoming features …

  • How to set up and use Face Unlock on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

    Face Unlock relies on the Redmi Note 5 Pro’s front 20MP camera, unlocking the phone in just 500 milliseconds.

    Xiaomi announced back at the launch of the Redmi Note 5 Pro that it would roll out a face unlock feature to the device in a future software update. With the phone going on sale yesterday, Xiaomi is issuing a day-one update to MIUI 9 build 9.2.4.0 that includes the feature. This is the first time Xiaomi has offered a face unlock feature in the country, and the implementation is in line with what we’ve seen on the likes of the OnePlus 5T.

    The Redmi Note 5 Pro comes with a 20MP front camera, and Xiaomi is leveraging the high-resolution sensor to scan your facial features. The face detection algorithm then tries to match your features to the saved data when you hold up the phone to unlock. According to Xiaomi, the process takes roughly around 500 milliseconds, or just marginally longer than the blink of an eye. Here’s what you need to know about using Face Unlock on the Redmi…

  • These are the 10 best Alexa skills for India

    Amazon has thoroughly customized the Alexa experience for the Indian market.

    Amazon launched the Echo family in India at the end of last year, introducing the subcontinent to Alexa. The virtual assistant made its debut three years ago on the first-gen Echo and over the years Amazon has steadily added more features to Alexa, making it one of the most robust options available in this space.

    Amazon took its time in bringing the Echo family to India as the retailer was customizing Alexa for the local audience. That includes a wide range of skills that leverage Indian services — including Zomato and Ola — and working around limitations like e-commerce purchases. In India, all e-commerce transactions require a secondary layer of authentication, usually in the form of an OTP delivered to a user’s phone number.

    The mandate means Amazon’s one-click order isn’t available in India, and so the retailer had to introduce a digital wallet — dubbed Amazon Pay — to work a…

  • [Update: OTA finally rolling out] Unlocked HTC 10 is now receiving 8.0 Oreo update via OTA and RUU

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    [Update: OTA finally rolling out] Unlocked HTC 10 is now receiving 8.0 Oreo update via OTA and RUU was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 5: Everything you need to know

    The Redmi Note 5 has plenty to offer if you’re looking for a capable budget phone that doesn’t break the bank.

    Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi Note 5 earlier this month, bringing the 18:9 form factor to the budget segment. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 625 — like last year’s Redmi Note 4 — but Xiaomi is positioning the improvements to the display and camera as the main differentiator for this year’s offering.

    Then there’s the pricing. The Redmi series’ meteoric rise was mainly due to aggressive pricing by Xiaomi, and the brand outdid itself this year. The base variant of the Redmi Note 4 with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage is available for just ₹9,999, which is less than what the Redmi Note 4 launched at last year.

    So while the internal hardware may not be all that different, there’s a lot to get excited about with the Redmi Note 4. Here’s what you need to know about Xiaomi’s latest budget phone.

    It has an 18:9 display

    The most visible change in the…

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