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Aztec Mahjong

New picturesque addictive variation of ancient game mahjong. The archaeologists have discovered mahjong tiles near Tenochtitlan and now you have a possibility to play the Aztec variation of the ancient Chinese patience game Mahjong. Click at the identical…

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  • Samsung Gear Sport vs. Gear S3: What’s the difference?

    The wearable landscape is heading toward fitness, and there are plenty of choices.

    Samsung offers a nice three-pronged approach to wearables, starting at the bottom with the fitness-driven Gear Fit 2 Pro, notching up to the fence-sitting Gear Sport and impressing at the top with the all-around performer Gear S3. For someone who wants comprehensive fitness tracking but also a bigger screen that can handle more traditional smartwatch functions, they will instantly narrow down to just the Gear Sport and the larger Gear S3.

    So which of these two Tizen-powered smartwatches is right for you? We’re here to lay out the details and help you decide.

    What’s the same

    Despite a few spec and size differences, Samsung uses the same software and interface paradigm across its Gear S2, Gear Sport, and Gear S3. It’s the same Tizen OS we’ve been using for a couple of years now, with an emphasis on maximizing its circular interface and rotating bezel (plus a couple side buttons) for navigation.


  • Bose’s Google Assistant-optimized QuietComfort 35 II headphones are now official

    It’s been known for some time that Google was planning to release its own Google Assistant headphones (Bisto), and we also knew that third parties would be releasing headphones with similar functionality. Thanks to a couple of leaks, we knew that Bose would be launching the QuietComfort 35 II with the Assistant built-in, and today that news has been officially announced by both Google and Bose.

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    Bose’s Google Assistant-optimized QuietComfort 35 II headphones are now official was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • This is the time to start your own media server with Synology DiskStations dropping in price

    Synology is discounting at least four different models of very popular DiskStations.

    A whole bunch of Synology network-attached storage devices are on sale right now, and there’s a wide range of features and prices based on what you need to start your own media server.

    Synology DiskStation DS216j 2-bay network-attached storage device is down to $149.99 on Amazon. That’s a $20 drop from its regular price and a match for its lowest price on Amazon.
    Synology DiskStation 2-bay DS216+II for $259.99. That’s a drop of $40 from its street price. This is an upgrade over the above model because it adds on-the-fly transcoding.
    Synology DiskStation DS916+ 2GB 4-Bay NAS Enclosure for $499. This is a $50 discount and this NAS adds two more bays and another gigabyte of RAM over the previous models. This price is matched on Amazon but the shipping is delayed.
    Synology DS916+ 8GB 4-bay enclosure for $549 at B&H. This is a new sales price from Synology and you can find it at a couple other retail…

  • What’s the difference between Tango and ARCore?

    Google has one Augmented Reality platform, but it comes in two great flavors.

    Techies have been getting very excited about Augmented Reality over the last year, from discussions surrounding why Pokémon Go continues to be so popular to the recent excitement developers have drummed up with Apple’s ARKit platform. Naturally, Google fans look at something like ARKit almost mockingly. These demonstrations pale in comparison to Tango, the fully spatially aware platform from Google’s [x] division. And yet, after the launch of Android Oreo this year, Google surprised a lot of people with the launch of ARCore as a new kind of Augmented Reality experience.

    On the surface, ARCore and Tango feel like entirely unique approaches to augmented reality. But if you take a closer look with us, you’ll see these two things are part of the same larger system Google has been working on for years.

    Demystifying Tango

    Where most think about Augmented Reality as a way to add information to the rea…

  • Bose QC 35 II with Google Assistant are now available for $350

    The first headphones with Google Assistant built-in are now available.

    In the year or so since launching, Google Assistant has come to more and more form factors. Starting with the Pixel phones and Google Home, Assistant has expanded to most Android-powered devices. Starting today, the service will be available on headphones as well.

    Bose says that the the QC 35 II headphones are now available to purchase. These are mostly the same as last year’s highly praised QC 35’s, with mostly the same button layout, same (glorious) Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), and same basic construction. The one addition is a button on the back of the left earcup, specifically to trigger Google Assistant.

    The headphones will still be reliant on whatever phone they are connected to, as Assistant on the headphones will only be used for speeding up voice processing and delivering notifications. The Assistant button can be remapped to toggle different ANC settings for those who don’t care for having an assi…

  • Zoho SalesIQ gives you analytics, real-time user tracking, and live chat all in one unified interface, including management from Android [Sponsored Post]

    Turning visits to your company’s website into conversions isn’t easy, no matter how good of a match you are for your potential customers. You need to keep people engaged, anticipate their interests and questions, and give them what they need before th…

  • NVIDIA releases new $179.99 16GB SHIELD TV with remote, but sans gamepad controller

    Of all the new gear I’ve installed in my new apartment, the SHIELD TV has got to be one of the 5 we use the most. We’ve hooked it up to a nice 55″ Samsung 4K HDR TV and we love using it for watching/casting YouTube videos, streaming Plex from our serv…

  • NVIDIA announces Shield Android TV without game controller for $179, shipping Oct 18

    If you don’t need accessories, you won’t want to pay for them.

    In order to keep things fresh in an increasingly competitive set top box market, NVIDIA is announcing a new version of its Shield Android TV that drops the price by $20 to just $179. The casualty in the process is the controller, meaning this version comes with just the TV-style remote for those less interested in playing games but want to enjoy the Shield Android TV’s serious power and 4K HDR support.

    It may not seem like a great deal to skip out on a full-featured controller just to save just $20, but if you weren’t ever going to use the controller in the first place, there’s no reason to overpay for that extra hardware. At the same time, getting the Shield Android TV’s starting price down to $179 a handful of months after launch is good as new Fire TVs, Rokus and Apple TVs hit the market.

    Pre-orders for the new Shield Android TV with just a remote will be available over at NVIDIA’s online store, with a shipping date…

  • Google+ posts on desktop get more conversational with new UI tweak

    G+ may be going through some stuff right now, but that isn’t stopping Google making little changes here and there to improve the experience for anyone still using it. The Android app is updated fairly frequently, and now the desktop site is getting so…

  • Best smart lights for Amazon Alexa

    Which smart lights are the best if you’re rolling with Amazon Alexa? It’s a trick question. All of them are great. (OK, some are better than others.)

    We’re starting to get to the point where smart lights are a dime a dozen. OK, they’re not anywhere near that cheap yet. But prices are continuing to drop. And perhaps more important is that they basically all work with Amazon Alexa — and that means if you have the Echo or Echo Dot or Echo Show or any offshoots, you’re good to go. And they all generally work the same. Hook in whatever you account you have with an Alexa Skill, and you’re up and running.

    Commands are generally the same. Grouping lights into rooms is generally the same. The future, boys and girls, is pretty much here. Or something.

    The real question, then, is which one should you get? We’ve got a new few favorites, and one old favorite.

    Philips Hue

    Look, there’s a reason these things are so popular. They just work. And they work very, very well. And it’s not…

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