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  • Best Gaming Controllers for Amazon Fire TV

    Gaming on your Amazon Fire TV? You have more controller options than you might think.

    Looking to invite friends over for a multiplayer session on your Amazon Fire TV but not sure what controllers are compatible with it? Whether you have a first-generation Fire TV, a 4K Fire TV dongle, or the new Fire TV Cube there are a variety of Bluetooth game controllers available.

    We’ve broken out a list the best controller options for the Amazon Fire TV — and chances are you may already own one that’s perfectly compatible.

    Amazon Fire TV Gaming Controller
    SteelSeries Stratus XL
    Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.R. Mobile Gamepad
    Xbox 360 Wired Controller
    DualShock 4 Bluetooth Controller (for PS4)
    Matricom G-Pad BX Wireless Gamepad
    Logitech Gamepad F310

    Amazon Fire TV Gaming Controller

    An obvious but necessary inclusion on this list, if you enjoy the gaming controller that came with your Amazon Fire TV Gaming Edition, you can buy extra controllers from — where else — Amazon.

    The …

  • It’s time to bring back Google Glass

    Google Glass was an experiment that came before Android was ready. It’s ready now, but are we? I think so.

    In 2013, the world was not ready for Google Glass when the company let a few thousand developers (and bloggers) take a pair into the wild. Neither was the software that powered it. But five years is a lifetime when it comes to technology and I think both our readiness and Android’s capabilities have changed enough to bring the idea back.

    Google has the money and ability to try some crazy ideas, like Google Glass in 2013.

    It’s easy to call Google Glass yet another failed idea from Google, which loves to try outlandish ideas and is willing to see them fail. The reality is that Google wasn’t exactly sure how Glass could and would be useful, so it crowdsourced ideas from people who were willing to try them. Fast forward a few years and Google saw the potential of Glass in the enterprise. Lo and behold, Glass Enterprise Edition was born and collaboration and teleconferencing, …

  • How to delete games from your PlayStation 4

    No game lives forever.

    It happens to those with even the most spacious of hard drives. Sometimes you just run out of space and some of those old games have to go. Or maybe it’s as simple as a terrible game in your library and every time you look at it you are reminded of what a terrible waste of money it was.

    No matter the reason, there are times where you need to delete some games from your PlayStation 4. There are two ways to do it and both of them are easy as pie. Let’s take a look.

    Deleting games directly from your library

    From the main page of your PS4, scroll all the way to the right and select Library.
    Once in your library, find the game targeted for elimination.
    Push the Options button on your PS4 controller.
    A menu will pop up on the right. Scroll all the way down to Delete and select it.
    You will then be presented with a screen letting you know you’re about to delete the game. Select OK and POOF it’s gone.
    Deleting games from the Storage Menu

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  • 10 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android apps from the last two weeks including Notes by Firefox, Moment – Pro Camera, and Enpass6 Beta (7/7/18 – 7/21/18)

    roundup_icon_largeWelcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous two weeks or so. The most notable release is, of course, Notes by Firefox, but Moment – Pro Camera and the Enpass6 Beta are also pretty useful. This week’s roundup may be small, but it packs a punch. So without further ado, here are the most notable Android apps we have dug up in the last two weeks.

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  • Best Android Video Camera in 2018

    Best overall
    Best stabilization
    Best for manual controls
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    Best overall

    Samsung Galaxy S9+

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    The Galaxy S9+ takes fantastic photos, and the quality carries over to video as well. An f/1.5 lens lets in lots of light, keeping noise down even in dark scenes, and you can shoot at up to 4K resolution at 60 fps that’ll even look good on a large TV. The combination of OIS and EIS provides very smooth video, particularly when shooting in 1080p.

    The GS9+ also has the extra trick of offering 960 fps super slow-mo, with an easy-to-use interface, in addition to “standard” 240 fps slow-mo that’s still slower than many phones. You can also use the secondary camera to provide an optical 2X zoom, which is incredibly important for video that very quickly gets pixelated when zooming.

    Bottom line: The Galaxy S9+ video camera is capable in both basic and advanced situations, with extra software and hardware features to help you get just the shot you want.

    One more thing…

  • Android Oreo Go edition review: Same same, but different

    After being announced last December, it took a bit of time for the first Android Oreo (Go edition) devices to start hitting the market. Over the past month, we’ve shared with you our review of the Alcaltel 1X, the first US Go phone, and the Nokia 1, t…

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  • Wolfenstein Youngblood for PlayStation 4: Everything you need to know

    The Nazis may have left America, but this fight isn’t over.

    Bethesda Softworks did the world a favor and introduced a new Wolfenstein game. Wolfenstein Youngblood, as it’s called, is still set in the time of Nazi Germany. And yes, the game largely still celebrates killing those Nazis.

    But how will you do it? What’s the story going to be? What crazy new ways can you dispatch of the murderous, hateful souls? Here’s everything you need to know.

    What is Wolfenstein Youngblood?

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the sequel to Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, though we’re not yet sure whether to treat it as a direct sequel or a spinoff. (The game is currently boasting a $30 price tag at pre-sale outlets, so it sounds like it may not be the full-fledged Wolfenstein story we were given with the previous two games.)

    It’s worth noting that while this is the third game in the modern-day Wolfenstein franchise, it’s the eighth mainline title for the series overall. It’s being made by MachineGame…

  • The Walking Dead: Our World for Android — News, Tips & Tricks, and Everything else!

    Blast zombies and rescue survivors in The Walking Dead: Our World!

    It seems we can’t go a full month without another augmented reality mobile game launch. The latest franchise to try its hand at the AR craze is The Walking Dead: Our World, a game developed by Next Games based around the popular post-apocalyptic zombie drama on AMC.

    An augmented reality game for fans of zombies survival

    For the hardcore fans of The Walking Dead franchise, this game is pretty cool and delivers a ton of zombie survival awesomeness. Using Google Maps, the game has you set up sheltered havens for survivors around your city, which has been overrun by hordes of zombies.

    This is a game you can technically play from your sofa seat (or at least regularly check into the app during your day) but there are loot crates and events scattered everywhere if you’re willing to go out exploring your city. You’ll find Encounters with walkers which require you to shoot down a horde of zombies for a reward, and Infest…

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