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  • Verizon’s Exynos-based Galaxy Tab S2 updated to Android 7.0 Nougat

    Samsung is far from the best company when it comes to product names (remember the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch?). In a similar vein, there are actually two tablets called the Galaxy Tab S2 – one released in 2015 with an Exynos processor, and another in 2016 with a Snapdragon chip. Verizon’s Snapdragon model already received an Android 7.0 update, and now it’s the Exynos model’s turn.


    The update has a version number of NRD90M.T817VVRU2DQE1, and includes Android 7.0 with all of Samsung’s TouchWiz Grace UX features.

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    Verizon’s Exynos-based Galaxy Tab S2 updated to Android 7.0 Nougat was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Dreams do come true: Chrome OS will soon have a native night mode

    Your circadian rhythm thanks you.

    Night owls, I understand your perspective. Night time is the right time to hunker down, light a few candles, and get into the zone with your Chromebook. But all that blue light shining in our faces is detrimental to our sleep health, which is why Chrome OS will soon have a native night mode.

    By way of Android Police, there’s a Night Light feature that’s just entered the Canary channel, where new features get tested out before they’re made public. Like Nougat’s built-in Night Mode feature, the Night Light tints the screen a subtle red-orange to help mitigate the effects of staring into a computer display so late at night.

    Chrome OS’s Night Light feature.

    Per Google+, the feature works as thus:

    You can turn it on and off quickly whenever you want from the Status Menu (Alt + Shift + S) or go into Chrome OS Settings, adjust color temperature from cooler to warmer. In Canary 🐥 channel, you can now also set it in “Sunset to Sunrise” automat…

  • ZenFone 3 Zoom updated to Nougat with less bloat, improved UI, Google Feed on home screen, and more

    The Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom came out a few months back, packing a giant battery and dual camera array. However, it was also equipped with Android 6.0.1, which is unacceptable as we get on toward the middle of 2017. I guess Asus got the memo, and it’s now …

  • [Deal Alert] Samsung’s new Gear 360 camera is $209 ($20 off) on Amazon

    Back in March, Samsung revealed the second-generation Gear 360 camera alongside the Galaxy S8. The new design did away with the tripod mount in favor of a non-moving grip handle, and it could record video at a higher resolution than the old model. Now…

  • How to Fix Controller Lag in Star Trek: Bridge Crew

    The fate of your starship depends on you! Don’t let lag ruin it!

    Imagine this: you’re working in Engineering on the USS Enterprise. Three Klingon Birds-of-Prey are staring you down. Captain Kirk gives you the order to divert power to shields because torpedos are incoming. You mentally order your hands to move quickly over the console, but for some reason, it’s like you’re trapped in a Pakled’s body. Instead of quick moves, your hands slow to a crawl. You sweat as you feel everyone’s eyes on you, and your heart is pounding, yet nothing you do can will your body to move faster. Just as your hand finally nears the buttons that would save the day, photon torpedos strike the Enterprise, which disintegrates in a fiery explosion.

    Sound like a bad time? Then you want to make certain that you try these tips to combat controller lag and drift in Star Trek: Bridge Crew, so when the red alert klaxon is blaring, you’re prepared to save the day!

    Read more at VRHeads

  • Project Fi now works with G Suite accounts

    Just like any other carrier, Project Fi has some problems. Only a handful of devices are supported, there’s no unlimited plan, and data is expensive unless you keep your usage down. Another common complaint is that you couldn’t sign up for Project Fi …

  • You can now sign up for Project Fi with G Suite accounts

    One less restriction to joining Project Fi.

    Project Fi has made a small, but important, change to the way it operates, opening up the service to those who use paid G Suite accounts rather than just consumer-grade Google accounts. Now businesses or families who have opted to pay for G Suite accounts and use a custom domain can get in on Project Fi rather than create a second account just for their Fi service.

    Project Fi is now compatible with @gsuite accounts (you@yourdomain.com). 🙌 Learn more about enabling here → https://t.co/2Brq8UL8cl pic.twitter.com/KcLsxD1l9C— Project Fi (@projectfi) June 27, 2017
    Now this still creates a hassle if you chose to use Fi on a secondary account to start and now have to switch it over, but going forward this is at least one more restriction dropped in a long list of issues where G Suite isn’t up to speed with the capabilities of a free Google account. Combine the new G Suite compatibility with Project Fi’s group plans, and you co…

  • 2 billion people use Facebook every month, despite its consistently subpar Android app

    Facebook has reached a new milestone.

    2 billion people now use Facebook every month, which is an incredible feat for a single platform to reach. On average, 800 million people “like” something on Facebook every single day. Surprisingly, over 1 billion people are using Facebook Groups every month. Those are just absolutely bonkers numbers to think about.

    From the perspective of those who use Facebook on Android to be part of that 2 billion group, it’s extra impressive because the Facebook Android app continues to be a pain. Between its huge size, regular battery draining updates, constant changing of settings and updates outside of Google Play there are plenty of frustrations that have pushed people to uninstall the Facebook app.

    But despite that, Facebook’s growth continues — and it’s not unfathomable that we could be seeing it reach 2.5 billion or even 3 billion monthly users in the future. That’s growth that any company would love to have in its sights.

  • [Deal Alert] Unlocked LG G6 on sale for $549.99 on Amazon

    The LG G6 was a definite improvement over the G5, but it wasn’t quite as impressive as the Galaxy S8 overall. However, the price of this phone has been dropping ever since launch, and now you can get a new G6 for $150 off. Amazon is now selling the unlocked LG G6 for a mere $549.99, matching a previous deal at B&H. The GS8 is a lot more spendy.

    This device is the US unlocked LG G6 (LGUS997), so you have a warranty and all the bands you could ever want.

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    [Deal Alert] Unlocked LG G6 on sale for $549.99 on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ChromeOS will eventually have a red-tinted Night Light mode

    ChromeOS development is on fire these days. Just yesterday we got news that we’d have a new setting for closing the lid on a Chromebook. And today we find out that a new Night Light feature is inbound and has just entered the Canary channel. If you’ve ever used Kindle’s Blue Shade, f.lux, or LineageOS’ LiveDisplay feature, then you know that this means. If you aren’t familiar with any of those, think a red-tinted mode for use at night. 

    For anyone who isn’t familiar, the proliferation of night mode display options in different electronic products is a result of recent research, much of which demonstrates that red light does less to interfere with sleep patterns at night.

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    ChromeOS will eventually have a red-tinted Night Light mode was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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