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  • Xiaomi Mi A2 vs. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro: It all comes down to the battery

    The Mi A2 goes up against the best-selling phone in India.

    Xiaomi’s Redmi Note series has turned into a juggernaut: over the last two years, phones in this series have defined the budget segment in India. To put things into context, the Redmi Note 5 series managed to rake in sales of over 5 million units in just under four months, and one out of every ten phones sold in India over the last three months was either a Redmi Note 5 or a Note 5 Pro.

    Then there’s the Mi A2, Xiaomi’s 2018 Android One device. The Mi A2 shares a lot of similarities on the hardware front with the Redmi Note 5 Pro — both share a design aesthetic, same display, and a lot of the internal components are also identical.

    There’s no question that the Redmi Note 5 Pro continues to be one of the best-selling phones in India. Let’s see how Xiaomi’s other budget phone fares next to it.

    Xiaomi Mi A2 vs. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro: Specs

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  • Motorola P30 leaks, and … well, it’s another iPhone X running Android

    They aren’t even trying to hide it.

    Remember the Motorola One Power that leaked a few months back with an iPhone X-like notch and a vertical dual camera array? It turns out that phone might be going by a different name, the Motorola P30.

    According to leaked press renders from AndroidPure, the Motorola P30 looks almost indistinguishable from the iPhone X in most angles. It has a metal and glass design with rounded corners and a wide notch at the top of the display. There’s a vertical dual camera array around back with an LED flash between the sensors, and one feature the iPhone X lacks — a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor integrated into the Motorola logo.

    Speaking of Motorola logos … like always, there’s one at the bottom of the display, because Motorola just couldn’t help itself. From the looks of the leaked images, the P30 could practically fit in an iPhone X case, though the volume buttons sit above the power button along the right side of the frame, leaving the lef…

  • Indy is Verizon’s 4th 5G city, will partner with YouTube TV, too

    Verizon workers install 5G radios in Indianapolis — the company’s fourth city announced to receive residential 5G service.

    Details are scarce, other than Verizon 5G is coming to Indianapolis.

    Verizon today announced that Indianapolis will be its fourth city to receive residential 5G service. And to sweeten the deal, it’s pairing up with Google and Apple for some sort of deal for YouTube TV and Apple TV 4K for subscribers.

    Houston, Los Angeles and Sacramento previously were announced and will also partake in the YouTube TV and Apple TV 4K fun.

    Verizon said more details on the YouTube TV deal would be announced when its residential 5G service actually goes on sale. Currently, YouTube TV has a flat rate of $40 for its service, with additional add-on channels available. It’s not clear if Verizon will foot the bill for YouTube TV in its entirety, or subsidize it for a fixed amount of time. It’s also not clear if it’s throwing in an Apple TV 4K for free — it merely…

  • How to completely disable Bixby

    Get rid of the Galaxy’s most disappointing feature.

    The Galaxy Note 9 is coming August 24, and it also integrates Bixby. While we’re still evaluating the software, we believe that these steps will be the same on the Galaxy Note 9.

    Ever since Samsung announced the Galaxy S8 with its onboard assistant, Bixby, people have been asking for ways to disable it and forget the button ever existed in the first place. With the Galaxy S9, that chorus is even louder.

    While the hardware’s not going anywhere, we can definitely do something about the software. Here’s how to get rid of Bixby Voice and, if you’re using Samsung’s launcher, Bixby Home.

    Why do you want to disable Bixby?

    One of the biggest frustrations with the Bixby button is its placement; the button is right under the volume keys and nearly directly opposite the power buttons. On larger phones like the Galaxy S9+ and Note 8, this often leads to accidental presses and unintended Bixby launches, especially when double-pressing the p…

  • FDA okays ‘digital birth control’ app Natural Cycles despite ongoing European investigations (and some unexpected pregnancies)

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has, for the first time ever, allowed an app to market itself as a contraceptive. Natural Cycles brands itself as “digital birth control” and offers a return to the age-old rhythm method, albeit with the addition of technology that promises to make the process more accurate. But global regulators are casting doubt on that promise, and the company’s aggressive marketing taglines.

    The rhythm method — in which women track past menstrual cycles to predict when they might be fertile, in order to either avoid or encourage pregnancy — has largely been eschewed in the modern day, in favor of more reliable methods (like the pill or condoms).

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    FDA okays ‘digital birth control’ app Natural Cycles despite ongoing European investigations (and some unexpected pregnancies) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • My first weekend with the Note 9 as a reluctant S-Pen user

    The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 wasn’t super exciting for me. I’ve never been a fan of the S-Pen devices, but I found the smartphone on my desk waiting to be reviewed. Here’s how it managed to win me over in just one weekend.(This is a preview …

  • Pandora Premium is now supported by Google Home and Smart Displays

    There’s a lot going on with the Google Assistant — let’s break down the important stuff.

    In May 2016, we got our very first taste of the Google Assistant with the debut of Allo. The Assistant was a big draw to Allo at the time, with Google marketing it as a helpful bot that could make restaurant reservations, search the web, and more within your conversations.

    Since then, the Assistant has gained heaps of new features and expanded to smartphones, tablets, speakers, and more. Google’s shown no interest in slowing down development for the Assistant, meaning that it’s likely here for the long-haul.

    Whether this is your first encounter with it or you just need a quick refresher, here’s everything you need to know about the Google Assistant.

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    August 14, 2018 — Pandora Premium now supported by Google Home and Smart Displays

    Users have been able to stream Pandora through Google Home speakers for quite some time now, but starting today, you’l…

  • Huawei Mate 20 Lite leaks with a notch and four cameras

    Phones are starting to look the same, largely thanks to the iPhone X. Huawei was never very good with making their own designs, and while it’s improved over the years, WinFuture and Evan Blass have revealed that it just couldn’t resist joining the notch movement with the Mate 20 Lite.

    Huawei Mate 20 Lite in black, blue, and gold. pic.twitter.com/c5DVT2VVsY

    — Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 14, 2018

    We had already seen the Mate 20 Lite on TENAA, but we have more photos and details now.

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    Huawei Mate 20 Lite leaks with a notch and four cameras was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The best Chromebooks for school

    If there’s one area where Chromebooks are undeniably dominating, it’s in education. Chromebooks made up 60% of mobile device purchases by K-12 schools in the US last year, and since 2014, they have led classroom notebook and tablet shipments. As it turns out, schools love cheap computers that back up everything to the cloud and can be easily reset.

    Chromebooks aren’t just great for schools; they’re great for students as well.

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    The best Chromebooks for school was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 5 things we’d like to see in Fallout 76

    Fallout 76 has the potential to bring the franchise to new heights with these five opportunities.

    Fallout 76’s massively-multiplayer online focus (MMO), as well as the fact that it’s set before the rest of the Fallout games, leaves plenty of room for Bethesda to go wild with what it offers to the player. Here are five things that would make Fallout 76 awesome.

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    Settlement blueprint sharing

    Fallout 76 is going to overhaul Fallout 4’s settlement system, allowing you to create blueprints for entire towns so you can pack up your settlement at a moment’s notice and move it to a different location. This is similar to how Halo 5 lets people group objects together in the Forge mode and save them as prefabrications.

    However, there is one key difference: with Halo 5, you can download prefabs and use them in your own maps. Currently, that doesn’t appear to be the case with the settlement blueprints you can create in Fallout …

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