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  • You still can’t delete or upgrade films and TV episodes on Google Play

    As long as Google Play Movies has existed, there has been one major problem – you can’t delete movies or TV episodes from your library. That might seem like a minor issue, since it doesn’t cost users anything to keep content, but it has become more pr…

  • Moto Folio is an inexpensive folio case Moto Mod that costs $14.99

    The Moto Folio protects your phone and has a slot for holding a credit card or ID.

    Since the first Moto Z came out in 2016, Motorola’s been building its Moto Mod collection at a pretty steady rate. Motorola used CES 2018 to show off two of the most interesting Mods to-date, but ahead of that, it’s released another one that might be one of its most practical – the Moto Folio.

    Folio cases for phones aren’t anything new, but since this is a Moto Mod, the Moto Folio easily attaches to the back of your Moto Z handset using its magnetic connection system. The back and front of your phone are protected from any drops or scratches, and on the inside of the Moto Folio is a slot for storing either a credit card or ID.

    The Moto Folio is available in three colors, including Super Black, Fine Gold, and Grape Juice. It has a retail price of $14.99 (making it the most inexpensive Moto Mod to date), but you can purchase it now from Motorola’s website for just $11.24.

    See at Motorola

  • This is what Fuchsia OS looks like on the Pixelbook

    Fuchsia OS technically runs on the Pixelbook, but there’s still a lot that’s broken.

    At the very beginning of the year, it was discovered that Google had added the Pixelbook as an official test device for its mysterious Fuchsia OS. Just about a couple weeks later, the team at Ars Technica managed to get Fuchsia running on the machine with some (expectedly) mixed results.

    Unlike an early version of Fuchsia that came out in May of 2017, this is running directly on the Pixelbook rather than just showing a UI on top of Android. You can read Ars Technica’s article to learn about all the nitty-gritty details, but what I find most interesting is how the UI works.

    Starting first with the lock screen, you’ll see the time in the middle with a plus icon near the bottom right. Tapping this brings up shortcuts for Wi-Fi, Login, and Guest, but for the time being, all of these are quite broken.

    Fuchsia’s lock screen (left) and home screen (right)

    Once you move past this and get to the home s…

  • Essential Phone giveaway! Enter now at Android Central!

    We’ve put together a little contest that will give one of you the opportunity to win an Essential Phone, because who doesn’t like winning free phones? All the details are below, so get yourself entered now!

    THE PRIZE: One Android Central reader will be taking home a new Essential Phone in black!

    THE GIVEAWAY: Head down to the widget at the bottom of this page. There are multiple ways to enter, each with varying point values. Complete all of the tasks for maximum entries and your best shot at winning! Keep in mind that all winning entries are verified and if the task was not completed or cannot be verified, a new winner will be chosen. The prize does not include service, and we cannot guarantee that the device will work on all carriers. International winners will be responsible for any customs fees incurred during shipping.

    The giveaway is open until February 9, 2018, and the winner will be announced right here shortly after the closing date. Good luck!

    Enter to win a free Essenti…

  • WhatsApp Business launches officially for Android in Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the UK, and the USA [APK Download]

    WhatsApp Business was officially announced in September of 2016 but back then you had to sign up for a beta, register your interest, and hope to be picked to give it a try. Now the app is made official and it’s launching for Android in 5 countries to begin with, with a roll out “around the world” in the coming weeks. The lucky five are: Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the UK, and the US.

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    WhatsApp Business launches officially for Android in Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the UK, and the USA [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Huawei joins RCS movement by using Android Messages as default texting app

    Google’s convinced Huawei to adopt RCS; now it just needs to do the same with carriers.

    Although we may never get iMessage on Android, that’s okay. Google’s been leading the charge for RCS for a while now, and in an attempt to help expand its adoption to more carriers and other partners, Huawei is joining Google in this trek.

    RCS is essentially the next step up from traditional SMS/MMS texting, and it allows for things like texting over Wi-Fi networks, non-sucky group chats, indicators when someone’s read your message, etc.

    One of the ways Huawei will be helping Google increase RCS’s adoption is by shipping all of its future phones with Android Messages out of the box. Android Messages is Google’s main showcase for RCS, and by using Android Messages as its default texting app, Huawei will be following in the footsteps of Motorola, Sony, LG, HTC, and others.

    It’s really encouraging to see so many OEMs work with Google is expanding RCS, but the real challenge lies with getting carr…

  • Honor View 10 vs. Honor 7X: Which phone is best for you?

    Honor is starting off the New Year strong with two new devices that tackle the low- and mid-range markets. The Honor 7X is one of our strongest recommendations for budget shoppers, packing a 18:9 display and dual cameras for just $200. Similarly, the View 10 gives the OnePlus 5T some much needed competition in the affordable flagship territory, with incredibly powerful specs and Android Oreo out of the box.

    Despite the difference in price, however, both phones look pretty similar. Each has a large display with a high screen-to-body ratio, capable dual cameras, and an all-metal design — so why shell out more than twice the money for the View 10?

    Why you should save your money and get the Honor 7X

    These days, you don’t have to spend $500 or more to get a good phone. The Honor 7X may not pack the powerful internals of its more expensive companion, but it’s still a very solid performer.

    The aluminum unibody design feels far more premium than that of similarly priced options lik…

  • These are the 20 cities where Amazon’s next HQ could be located

    Chicago, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and NYC are among the contenders.

    After taking over most of Seattle, Amazon announced plans in early September last year for building a second headquarters that’s being referred to as HQ2. Although a final location has still yet to be determined, we’re now one step closer to this with Amazon’s shortlist of 20 potential candidates.

    When Amazon initially announced HQ2, it said that the new location would have to have over 1 million residents and be within a 45-mile range to an international airport. The 20 cities that have been chosen all meet those requirements, and they include the following:

    Atlanta, GA
    Austin, TX
    Boston, MA
    Chicago, IL
    Columbus, OH
    Dallas, TX
    Denver, CO
    Indianapolis, IN
    Los Angeles, CA
    Miami, FL
    Montgomery County, MD
    Nashville, TV
    Newark, NJ
    New York City, NY
    Northern Virginia, VA
    Philadelphia, PA
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Raleigh, NC
    Toronto, ON
    Washington, D.C.
    Amazon says that 238 total communities submitted proposals to be considered…

  • Honor View 10 update adds face unlock, January security patch, and more

    The update is rolling out now and should reach everyone by January 24.

    The Honor View 10 is an incredible phone, and in case you missed Hayato’s full review, you should absolutely check it out. The View 10 packs a serious punch for its price of just £449, and a new software update that’s now rolling out to the phone makes it even better.

    One of the biggest things this update brings is a new face unlock feature. As you’d expect, this enables the View 10 to be unlocked by just looking at it. It’s something that we’ve seen in a lot of phones since the iPhone X, but where the View 10 goes a step further is by mimicking Apple even more with a smart notification setting that only reveals notification info on your lock screen once it recognizes your face.

    The View 10 can also automatically rotate its screen based on the orientation of your face, you can choose to have the display turn on every time the phone’s picked up, and the screen will now stay on as long as you’re looking at …

  • Honor View 10 update adds face unlock, January security patch, and more

    The update is rolling out now and should reach everyone by January 24.

    The Honor View 10 is an incredible phone, and in case you missed Hayato’s full review, you should absolutely check it out. The View 10 packs a serious punch for its price of just £449, and a new software update that’s now rolling out to the phone makes it even better.

    One of the biggest things this update brings is a new face unlock feature. As you’d expect, this enables the View 10 to be unlocked by just looking at it. It’s something that we’ve seen in a lot of phones since the iPhone X, but where the View 10 goes a step further is by mimicking Apple even more with a smart notification setting that only reveals notification info on your lock screen once it recognizes your face.

    The View 10 can also automatically rotate its screen based on the orientation of your face, you can choose to have the display turn on every time the phone’s picked up, and the screen will now stay on as long as you’re looking at …

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