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    If your Android Auto head unit looks like it’s been hit by a bad case of JPEG, you aren’t alone. There have been some recent reports that Android Auto-powered systems are displaying “pixelated” blocky visuals. Thankfully for those affected, Google is working to fix things. 

    An example of the effect from Google’s Product Forums

    Reports are varied, with no one make/model of car or phone seeming to be implicated, and accounts cover a range of Android OS versions from Nougat 7.1 to Oreo 8.1—though a large number of affected devices are reported to be Pixels.

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    It’s a pretty simple solution, but it’s better than nothing.

    In addition to the Pixelbook itself, Google also released the Pixelbook Pen alongside it. The Pixelbook Pen is a $100 stylus that allows you to doodle on the Pixelbook and easily call upon the Google Assistant, and while its price might be tough to swallow, it’s a really fun accessory if you’ve got the cash to cover it.

    However, as great as the Pixelbook Pen is, one thing I always thought was a bit odd is that there’s no way to store the Pen inside the Pixelbook like you can with the Samsung Chromebook Pro/Plus. I’m crossing my fingers that this is something we see with the Pixelbook 2, but until then, Google is giving current Pixelbook owners a free loop for their Pen.

    The loop attaches to the side of the Pixelbook’s base using an adhesive, and once you stick it on, that’s about all there is to it. You can slide the Pen in and out of it as you wish, and you can still use the Pixelbook in any of its four modes.

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  • Android may have native Wi-Fi Direct printing in the future

    Android has a few different methods for printing, one of the easiest and most recognizable is probably Google’s Cloud Print. But setting up and using a random printer from your Android-powered phone or tablet isn’t quite as easy as it is from a more traditional laptop or desktop computer. According to the folks at XDA, though, that might change with the recent addition of Wi-Fi Direct printing to AOSP.  

    Wi-Fi Direct, for the unfamiliar, is a peer-to-peer system that allows two Wi-Fi enabled devices (like a phone and printer) to connect directly to one another without the use of a router.

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    Android may have native Wi-Fi Direct printing in the future was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Place to Buy your PlayStation Aim Controller

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    With games like Bravo Team and Farpoint being released for the PlayStation VR, the need for an Aim Controller gets that much harder to silence as the days go on. Well, no worries, I’ve done the work of comparing prices and site reviews for you! This way you know you’re not only getting the best deals, but they’re also from the best sites. Check out below to see the buying options for your new PlayStation Gear!

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  • Samsung: Galaxy Note 9 could get machine learning chip

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  • Android Wear 2.8 adds system-wide black theme

    Gray is so 2017.

    For those of you that continue to march on and use Android Wear, a new 2.8 update should be arriving on your wrists soon. When it does, you’ll likely notice that things look a bit darker. According to a thread on Reddit, updating to Android Wear 2.8 gets rid of Android Wear’s system-wide gray background and replaces it with a black one.

    As you can see in the pictures below, this black color is found on the quick settings page, the app drawer, notification shade, etc. I personally never had any issues with the old gray theme, but the new black coat of paint looks incredibly sleek.

    Users have reported getting the new look on the Huawei Watch 2 and original Huawei Watch, but it’s unclear at this time if the black theme is only available for watches with an AMOLED display.

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