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  • [Update: G6 US997 for US open market] LG G6 (H870) for the European market added to the Bootloader Unlock tool

    LG has been providing its official Bootloader Unlock tool for developers for a while and most recent flagships have been supported on it like the G5, V10, and V20. But only one or two variants of each has seen official support and today adds another device to the list with just one variant included.

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    [Update: G6 US997 for US open market] LG G6 (H870) for the European market added to the Bootloader Unlock tool was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Enpass password manager adds Android O’s Autofill in latest beta

    One of the features that I’m most excited about in Android O is the official Autofill API support. Thanks to it, password manager apps wouldn’t need to work as overlays or stay as constant notifications and they wouldn’t require you use their keyboard…

  • This will surprise nobody: Luxury phone maker Vertu is in trouble

    For anyone who understandably hasn’t heard of it, Vertu is the previously Nokia-owned luxury smartphone maker that tries to convince celebrities and the super rich to shell out up to $50,000 on extravagant devices made from materials such as sapphire …

  • Hands-on with Library Sharing and Suggested Sharing on Google Photos 3.0 [APK Download]

    Google announced yesterday that the promised Shared Library and Suggested Sharing features that were demoed last month at I/O are going live in Google Photos. When we covered the news, some of these were starting to show up on the web version of Photo…

  • Google app v7.6 beta may confirm an Assistant button on future Chromebooks, promises to bring “What’s this song” to Assistant, and more [APK Teardown]

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    If you’re on the list for beta updates to the Google app, a new version should have rolled out to you in the last day or so. We haven’t seen any new features or notable changes yet, but there are quite a few interesting bits worthy of a teardown. There’s a sign that rumors about an “Assistant” key on some new Chromebooks may be true and we may finally get to ask the Assistant to name songs again, among other things.

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    Google app v7.6 beta may confirm an Assistant button on future Chromebooks, promises to bring “What’s this song” to Assistant, and more [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Save up to 50% on various Logitech PC accessories today only!

    Team Thrifter is back again, this time helping you save up to 50% on some new PC accessories!

    Odds are that right now you are dealing with an accessory for your PC that annoys you in some way, shape, or form. Whether it be a key not functioning properly on your keyboard, a mouse that scrolls horribly, or a webcam that looks like you are using a potato. End the struggles, and treat yourself to an upgrade today! Right now you can find select Logitech PC accessories for up to 50% off at Amazon, making it far more affordable to upgrade that gear.

    Some of the deals include:

    Logitech Wireless Performance Mouse MX – $39.99 (Normally $54.53
    Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam – $49.99 (Normally $99.99)
    Logitech K480 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard – $23.74 (Normally $49.99)
    Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset w/ mic – $24.99 (Normally $34.99)
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    Logitech Wireless Solar K750 Keyboard (Mac) – $37.50 (Normally $59.95)
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  • How to manage users on Google Home

    Adding or removing an account from Google Home will only take a few minutes.

    Google Home makes it easy to control your connected home, and linked accounts all with the power of your voice. While multiple accounts can use Google Home at the same time, the time may come when a roommate moves out and you need to remove their access. Have no fear.

    We’ve got the details on how to add, or remove a linked account from Google Home, and it only takes a few short minutes!

    How to add a new user to Google Home
    How to remove a linked account from Google Home

    How to add a new user to Google Home

    Open Google Home on your phone.
    Tap the menu (it looks like three horizontal lines).
    Tap devices.

    Tap the menu on the Google Home you are linking an account to (it looks like three vertical dots).
    Tap Settings.
    Tap Link your Account.

    Tap continue.
    Teach Google Home to recognize your voice by following the prompts on your screen.
    Tap continue.

    How to remove a linked account from Google Home

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  • Galaxy Note 8 render gives us a better look at the dual rear cameras

    It looks like the Galaxy Note 8 will also have a fingerprint sensor next to the camera.

    We’ve heard a lot about the Galaxy Note 8 this week — the phone is allegedly launching in September with dual cameras at the back, and leaked CAD renders showed off what the device would look like. And now, accessory retailer MobileFun is serving up another look at Samsung’s upcoming flagships through Olixar case renders.

    The phone looks nearly identical to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in terms of design, featuring an Infinity Display at the front, a dedicated button for Bixby below the volume buttons, and a fingerprint sensor at the back. What’s new is a dual camera setup at the back, with the two sensors arrayed horizontally.

    Samsung unveiled its 2017 ISOCELL sensors yesterday at MWC Shanghai, including a dual camera sensor that’s likely to make its way into the Note 8. The ISOCELL Dual has two 13MP sensors — a monochrome lens backed up by an RGB sensor.

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  • Xiaomi’s $1,470 projector brings cinema-quality visuals to your home

    Xiaomi’s high-end laser projector is amazing.

    Xiaomi is known for selling budget products that offer amazing value for money, and while its latest product costs $1,470, it comes out to be fairly affordable when you look at the features on offer. Xiaomi says that the Mi Laser Projector is the “world’s first truly cinema-level laser projector TV,” offering a Full HD resolution with 5,000 lumens brightness, 3,000:1 contrast levels, and covering over 85% of the NTSC color gamut.

    It creates anywhere between an 80- to 150-inch projection, and the 0.233:1 large depth of field combined with the ultra-short focus lens means it’ll work even if you place it just 5cm away from a wall. The projector uses Appotronics’ ALPD 3.0 laser light source technology, and features a Texas Instruments DLP.

    A speaker system with two tweeters and two woofers is built into the chassis, and the projector also has three HDMI slots, audio out, S/PDIF, Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, and a USB 3.0 port. The Mi…

  • Grab Samsung’s 25W USB-C fast charger for just $25 today

    If you’re looking for a fast wall charger for your new USB-C phone, Samsung’s 25W option is a great one to consider. It comes with the wall brick and cable, and right now you can pick one up for just $25.

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