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[Update: eBay too] Deal Alert: Best Buy has the 16GB Moto G4 Plus for $160 in its Deal of the Day ($90 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Apple’s AI assistant has a lot of features you may never have heard of. Here are the voice commands that will help you make the most of Siri.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
It was only a few months ago that Noodlecake Studios Inc released a remastered version of realMyst. Today they are following up that release with a remastered version of Riven: The Sequel To Myst. As you would expect, Riven is a continuation of the storyline found in Myst. You will pick up exactly where you last left off in order to help free your friend’s wife from captivity.
Riven: The Sequel To Myst is very similar to its predecessor in design and feel.
Riven: The Sequel To Myst has been remastered and is available on the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The wait for Android 7.0 might almost be over for users of the Moto X Pure. Lenovo has just pushed the release notes for that particular phone’s future Nougat update. News of the soak test for the device went out about a month ago, and it looks like t…
Those of you that might have been using Autodesk’s Pixlr App — originally introduced back in 2012 — might be surprised to hear that it has been acquired by a company called 123RF, a provider of stock images. Pixlr was originally started in 2008 but Autodesk acquired it in 2011, releasing the Android app we’ve come to know and love a year later. Six years later it has passed hands again, and Pixlr has a new owner.
Pixlr, the popular photo editor by Autodesk, has been sold to 123RF was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
One of my favorite parts of this job is that I get to work from anywhere with an internet connection, which of course means that I never leave my house. Being the one who is home all day, I am responsible for cooking. Oftentimes, I like to find new cu…
Get the most out of your LG G6 with these great accessories!
Update April 26: Added new charging accessories and case options.
The LG G6 is a compelling flagship for 2017. Featuring a premium build design and a generous 5.7-inch screen, the LG G6 is a very beautiful and capable phone that you can enhance with the right accessories.
We’ll start off with some cases and screen protectors to keep your phone safe, then move on to some great charging options to make sure you never run out of battery during the day.
Spigen Rugged Armor
SUPCASE Full-body Rugged Holster Case
Trianium Clarium Series Case
Spigen Tempered Glass Screen Protector
Samsung EVO+ 256GB
Anker Micro-USB to USB-C adapter (2 pack)
Tronsmart Dual USB Car Charger w/ Quick Charge 3.0 technology
Anker PowerPort Q1 10 Wireless Charging Pad
Dretal Desktop Charging Dock
Spigen Rugged Armor
Spigen’s Rugged Armor case is always a great option to protect your new phone, so of course we’re going to recommend it for your LG G6…
We could all use an extra kitchen helper.
Google Home already had independent cooking and recipe integrations available, but is now trying to roll things up into a single place with the launch of a “start cooking” command. You simply pick a recipe from several sources on your phone via Google Assistant, select “Send to Google Home” and it’ll be waiting there whenever you are ready to start cooking.
Once you’re at home and good to go, just say “OK Google, start cooking” and it’ll kick into step-by-step instructions for the meal. Additional commands like “repeat” and “what’s step two?” are available to help keep you on track. While Google Home is going through your cooking process you don’t have to stick with it, either — you can play music or ask questions of the Assistant without losing your place.
Importantly, you can keep using Home for other things while cooking.
The recipe information is pulled from Bon Appetit, The New York Times, Food Network and more, so there’…
This really doesn’t seem like a good idea.
Amazon’s Echo platform is surely considered a success at this point, but Amazon is clearly interested in pushing on to new form factors and use cases with its artificial intelligence. The latest iteration is an altogether new type of gadget: a camera-enabled device called “Echo Look” that’s specifically targeting those who aim to leave the house dressed fashionably.
The Echo Look — which Amazon calls a “Hands-Free Camera and Style Assistant” — is a rather small camera (with a microphone and speaker, of course) that sits on a base and offers you full Alexa-enabled voice actions. The main goal of the Echo Look is to help you with your style decisions, though — you stand in front of it, ask it to take a photo or video, and it’ll quickly capture and send that data to your phone. It’s a full-height camera so you can see everything in one shot, and a bit of magic helps blur out the background to focus on you specifically.
We live in a marvelous age when you can use a computer without being anywhere near it. All you need is a remote access app like Chrome Remote Desktop on your phone. That app is getting an update today, which includes a number of cool optimizations.
Here’s the changelog for the latest update.
Chrome Remote Desktop updated with improved performance, more responsive click-drag, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.