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    So you’ve decided to go down the rewarding path of making your Android your own. But a launcher and theme are just the beginning. Now we’ll get to work on those icons. Here are the best icon packs for Android! Customize your Android phone or tablet wit…

  • Weekend poll: How much mobile data do you use in a typical month?

    Now that Verizon and Google Fi have jumped on the pseudo-unlimited train, it seems like most of the US carriers offer some type of all-you-can-eat data plan. It’s not surprising, either, given our ever-increasing appetites for media in all its forms. It’s a lot easier to binge a new Netflix series (so psyched for Altered Carbon) if you don’t have to worry about the distinction between mobile data and Wi-Fi when it comes to your monthly bill. So how much data do you burn through in a typical month?

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    Weekend poll: How much mobile data do you use in a typical month? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Motorola releases Oreo kernel source code for Moto X4

    Those of you familiar with the GPL will know that manufacturers are required to post any modifications they make to the Android kernel. Motorola does this with all of their phones, including the Nougat-powered Moto X4, but now that Oreo is out for the…

  • From the Editor’s Desk: Why do we want ‘foldable’ phones like the Galaxy X?

    So … foldable phones, huh?

    The Galaxy S9 and S9+ haven’t even been announced yet, and we know so much about them. So that means it’s time to start looking at the next thing, right? If that’s your thought process, you’ve no doubt been keeping up with the Galaxy X rumors — the “foldable” phone supposedly coming from Samsung this year. Samsung isn’t the only company working on this sort of thing, but if any company is setup to take advantage of branding and marketing to sell an altogether new form factor and technology, it’s the one.

    If the rumorsphere is to be believed, the Galaxy X will effectively have a “standard” phone form factor, with the same width (or so) as a Galaxy S9, but with extra screen height to it. That extra height gives you more phone to look at without making the phone super wide, but makes it awkward to use. The solution? Let the thing bend in half on itself — at least, that’s what the current thinking is.

    Not knowing much else about how Samsung w…

  • IFTTT adds 9 new channels for Nokia Sleep, TxHash, Moodo, OhmConnect, and more

    IFTTT continues to expand the realm of automation possibilities at its users’ disposal. Over the past month or so, nine new channels have been added to the connect-everything service. Most of them will make your home smarter (or more pleasing to your olfactory receptors), while one connects a number of services to the Ethereum blockchain.

    Here’s a rundown of IFTTT’s nine latest channels:

    • Nokia Sleep: optimize your room conditions when you go to bed and start brewing your coffee as soon as you wake up with the help of Nokia’s sleep sensor
    • TxHash: touted as “Blockchain as a Service,” these applets can trigger a Slack channel post, SMS, phone notification, or Facebook post every time you receive Ether cryptocurrency
    • Moodo: this smart home fragrance box can be used to control the way your home smells with Google Assistant, and trigger your favorite fragrance to help wake you up or welcome you home
    • OhmConnect: get paid to save energy by turning off connected devices during a designated hour of the day (California only)
    • SmarTap Shower: get your shower going when you get home or with Google Assistant or Alexa, or start it if there’s a fire
    • mydlink: automate your home’s lights and D-Link camera, and get notified if motion is detected
    • Airthings: monitor your indoor air quality, show off your good radon levels on Twitter, and turn your Philips Hue light bulbs an ominous red when radon levels are high
    • Meross: automate your smart plugs and customize your smart bulbs
    • Liebherr: if you have one of the German manufacturer’s connected refrigerators, automate its temperature based on your location or get notified if your fridge raises an alarm

    If you’re an IFTTT user, click the links above to get more info about each of the newly added channels.

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    IFTTT adds 9 new channels for Nokia Sleep, TxHash, Moodo, OhmConnect, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Wonder Workshop Dot and Cue review: One of these is not like the other

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  • You realize how much you rely on your phone only when you have to shut it off

    That little screen is your window to the world.

    You hear it all the time: a smartphone is the best way to keep in touch with friends and family, know what’s happening in the world, and have a little fun now and then. But I found out that you can come to depend on it being the only way to do these things, and when you can’t have it you might feel lost.

    I’ve had a round of doctors probing and poking at my back this winter. That’s not something unusual for me, but this go ’round involved three minor surgeries. Ouch. I just had the third (and final, thank heavens) done and unintentionally spent some time cut off from everything because I was without my phone.

    I had just finished the thing and was trying to get comfy in an uncomfortable hospital bed. I reached into my little pack (Be prepared; my scoutmaster taught me that!) and grabbed my phone to send a few messages to my people. I had just finished hollering at Daniel and the rest of the crew to let them know I survived, and a nur…

  • Android TV streaming boxes: an uneasy start and apparent death

    Android TV is very much alive, as was made abundantly clear by the plethora of new Android TV powered televisions with Google Assistant capability shown off at CES 2018. Streaming boxes powered by Android TV, however, are conspicuously missing—the last Android TV set-top box to be released in the United States was the Xiaomi Mi Box in October 2016.

    Apple TV and Amazon’s Fire TV products both received hardware refreshes last September, while Roku products received hardware refreshes in October.

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    Android TV streaming boxes: an uneasy start and apparent death was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android TV streaming boxes: an uneasy start and apparent death

    Android TV is very much alive, as was made abundantly clear by the plethora of new Android TV powered televisions with Google Assistant capability shown off at CES 2018. Streaming boxes powered by Android TV, however, are conspicuously missing—the last Android TV set-top box to be released in the United States was the Xiaomi Mi Box in October 2016.

    Apple TV and Amazon’s Fire TV products both received hardware refreshes last September, while Roku products received hardware refreshes in October.

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    Android TV streaming boxes: an uneasy start and apparent death was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android TV streaming boxes: an uneasy start and apparent death

    Android TV is very much alive, as was made abundantly clear by the plethora of new Android TV powered televisions with Google Assistant capability shown off at CES 2018. Streaming boxes powered by Android TV, however, are conspicuously missing—the last Android TV set-top box to be released in the United States was the Xiaomi Mi Box in October 2016.

    Apple TV and Amazon’s Fire TV products both received hardware refreshes last September, while Roku products received hardware refreshes in October.

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    Android TV streaming boxes: an uneasy start and apparent death was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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