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  • World of Tanks AR Experience announced at GDC 2018

    Get up close and personal with a Soviet T-44-100.

    World of Tanks has become one of the most popular free-to-play games around, and in celebration of its big 1.0 release, developer Wargaming partnered with Google to release World of Tanks AR Experience, a brand-new augmented reality app that’s powered by Google’s ARCore.

    Although you won’t be engaging in the same 15 vs. 15 multiplayer battles like in the main game, War of Tanks AR Experience is still worth checking out whether you’re a long-time fan of the game or just have a love for 20th-century tanks.

    You can view three different tanks in AR, including the Soviet T-44-100, German Tiger I, and German Junkers Ju 87 Stuka dive bomber. You can place these tanks anywhere in the real world, choose how large or small you want them to be, view them from any angle, drive them on your road, and even create small battles between tanks that you can witness first-hand.

    The virtual tanks can be dismantled in mid-air so you can get up-close…

  • How to use gestures to become an Android home screen expert

    Gestures have been an iconic piece of the mobile computing experience since the beginning — even without an icon.

    Slide-to-unlock. Pinch-to-zoom. Double-tap-to-wake. Gestures that work well are invaluable to a user’s experience, and Android phone manufacturers are bringing these gestures to the home screen in deceptively simple and astonishingly successful ways.

    Case in point: the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Google Pixel 2 — two of the most popular flagships on the Android market — eschew the app drawer button and instead use a gesture to open the drawer. On both phones, swiping up on the home screen will take you into the app drawer, but Samsung goes a step further: by default, swiping down on the home screen will open the app drawer, too.

    So what if you want to use a gesture to open something other than the app drawer? No problem.

    Gesture controls on launchers can be generally broken down into two categories: preset and customizable. First-party launchers li…

  • Samsung files patent for pull-to-expand smartphone display

    Foldable smartphones have been patented, demoed, and scrapped more times than any of us can count over the years. Maybe foldable phones aren’t the future—maybe the future is going to be about expandable phones. Samsung has filed a patent for a smartphone display that expands when you pull on the sides. It’s like carrying a smartphone and a tablet at the same time.

    According to the patent, this system actually consists of three panels.

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    Samsung files patent for pull-to-expand smartphone display was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Motorola is more at risk of becoming irrelevant than ever – can it be saved?

    Motorola is in trouble. As it has been, frankly, for much of the past five-plus years. The Lenovo-owned smartphone brand once known for its positively prodigious portfolio hasn’t announced a new phone in well over six months. That was the Moto X4, which received a mixed reception and has gone on discount so frequently of late that it seems poor sales are probably a given (granted, it’s horrendously overpriced). But the X4 was never really competitive in its segment, and its reason for existence remains something of a mystery to me.

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    Motorola is more at risk of becoming irrelevant than ever – can it be saved? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Huawei Mate 10 Pro down to $699.99 ($100 off) at multiple retailers

    The Huawei Mate 10 Pro didn’t have the smoothest US launch, partly because Huawei tried to stuff its Best Buy listing with fake reviews. But before that mess emerged, Massdrop began offering the Mate 10 Pro at $699.99, $100 off MSRP. Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy are now matching that price.

    At its $800 MSRP, it would be surprising if the Mate 10 Pro didn’t have top-notch specs.

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    [Deal Alert] Huawei Mate 10 Pro down to $699.99 ($100 off) at multiple retailers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • These are the Wear OS watches that will be updated to Oreo

    Google has announced which watches will soon be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo.

    In a support forums thread, Google has listed the following watches that should have Android 8.0 updates rolling out now:

    Fossil Q Venture
    LG Watch Sport
    Louis Vuitton Tambour
    Michael Kors Sofie
    Montblanc Summit
    Hugo BOSS BOSS Touch
    Movado Connect
    Tommy Hilfiger 24/7 You
    Guess Connect
    Fossil Q Found 2.0
    Fossil Q Marshal
    Fossil Q Wander
    Michael Kors Access Bradshaw
    Michael Kors Access Dylan
    TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45
    Diesel Full Guard
    Emporio Armani Connected
    Fossil Q Explorist
    Michael Kors Access Grayson
    Fossil Q Control
    LG Watch Style
    Misfit Vapor
    Nixon Mission
    Huawei Watch 2 (non-cellular versions)
    Additionally, most of the other watches released in the last year should see the update as well. Google says that manufacturers are “pursuing” updates for the below models:

    Casio PRO TREK Smart WSD-F20
    Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch
    Mobvoi Ticwatch S & E
    Polar M600
    ZTE Quartz
    TAG Heuer Connected Mo…

  • ‘The Room: Old Sins’ developer explains delay in Android release

    The Room: Old Sins released on iOS back in January. The preceding three entries in the acclaimed creepy puzzler series are all available on Android, but Old Sins, so far, is nowhere to be found. Developer Fireproof Games says the Android version is coming, but it might take a while.

    In a blog post, Fireproof says Old Sins is technically up and running on Android, but that “having the game running on a couple of devices in the office, and having something that we can release on Google Play are very different things.” Bugs small and major discovered after the game’s initial iOS release and the wide variety of Android devices are the main culprits in the delay, the post says: Fireproof’s last game, The Room Three, is available on nearly 14,000 different devices, and each individual device can present its own difficulties.

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    ‘The Room: Old Sins’ developer explains delay in Android release was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Play Store now supports pre-registration reward levels

    The Play Store now supports reward tiers for apps in the pre-registration phase, allowing developers to entice potential customers to pre-register for more goodies once the app launches. It’s not a new concept, but we’ve never seen it on the Play Store before.

    Ordinarily, you’d just tap the ‘pre-register’ button to be notified, and that would be that. But with these ‘milestones,’ developers can grant rewards depending on how many people pre-register. The Westworld game, which opened up for beta testing earlier this month, is now in the pre-registration phase, and Warner Bros.

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    Play Store now supports pre-registration reward levels was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • YouTube picture-in-picture now being tested on the web

    For a while now the YouTube app on both Android and iOS has allowed users to minimize a playing video into a floating window, letting them browse other content without interrupting playback. A similar floating mode is apparently being tested on the web now.

    The writers at 9to5Google discovered that YouTube on the web is A/B testing a picture-in-picture feature and it has already started hitting a small number of users. If you are one of the lucky few, you’ll be able to start a video and then click anywhere on YouTube (return to the homepage, search, or browse channels) and the video will continue to play in a floating window on the bottom right corner.

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    YouTube picture-in-picture now being tested on the web was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google app starts rolling out podcast subscription and management

    It must be a happy Cody day today. After Google Maps’ Shortcuts, another feature he has been tracking for months in his teardowns is starting to go live: podcast subscription and management in the Google app.
    Ever since 2016, when podcasts rolled out …

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