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The Ultimate Photo Editor Game.Take a picture,add a quote and send.Free Install   Are you ready to add some serious FLAVOR to your pictures?   Are you ready to have the time of your life?…

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  • LG publishes patents for two foldable phone concepts

    The slow march to a foldable smartphone future continues.

    The mobile industry has been dreaming about folding smartphones for years at this point, but in 2018, we’re closer to this becoming a reality than ever before. New details recently emerged about Samsung’s “Galaxy X” foldable phone, and following this, new patents have been discovered for two folding phone concepts that LG has in the works.

    Looking at LG’s first concept, the device is made out of two individual bodies that house a single screen. You get a full, tablet-like display when the phone is open, but when you close it, you end up with a very narrow candy-bar shape. A second screen on the front shows information like the time and weather when it’s closed, and on the back is a camera module.

    The second version is mostly the same, but a back panel moves to the side to reveal a small transparent section of the main display that’s used for notifications, time, date, etc.

    LG’s patents certainly look interesting and are …

  • Amazon to raise cost of monthly Prime membership by $2 in February

    A bad deal gets worse.

    If you’re paying monthly instead of annually for your Amazon Prime membership, it’s going to cost you a bit more each month. Amazon will be raising the price by $2 per month starting on February 18, and the change applies to both new and existing customers. This will bring the monthly fee from $10.99 up to $12.99, meaning that you’ll be paying just under $156 for a year of Prime membership. Those who pay the annual $99 fee will not see a price increase from these changes, nor will any of the awesome benefits of Prime be changing.

    From GeekWire’s report:

    Amazon said the price increase does not affect the annual membership option, which will remain at $99. With the price increase, the monthly option will now equal slightly less than $156 for a year. Amazon has been investing heavily in Prime, bringing it to new markets and creating additional benefits and original content. Those moves, plus regular increases in fees from shipping partners, are among the fac…

  • Top 5 VR180 videos you can watch on YouTube with Daydream

    The best of YouTube VR180

    From live performances to pre-recorded films, you have plenty of options for the types of videos available in virtual reality. Although most common, 360° videos aren’t the only viewing option for VR. You can experience almost the same amount of fun with a 180° video! Yeah, you might not be able to turn all the way around to see the scenery behind you but that’s okay! It’s just as fun to still be able to move your head around to focus on all the things in your sights.

    Travel to Bangkok and experience the Buddha Temple

    YouTube channel Oprod has filmed their entire trip to Thailand for you to experience in VR180. My personal favorite of this playlist has to be the experience from inside the Buddha temple. It’s absolutely mesmerizing to see the sun shining in on the structure, creating an ambiance of serenity and beauty. Outside of the visuals, it’s exciting to experience the excitement of traveling without having to leave your living room.

    JamJa…

  • LG might announce an upgraded V30 at MWC instead of the G7

    A report claims LG will unveil another version of the V30 at MWC 2018 with new AI tech.

    Just a few weeks ago, we were expecting to get our very first look at the LG G7 during Mobile World Congress this coming February. However, following LG’s CEO’s decision to scrap current development of the phone and start over from scratch, this is no longer the case.

    The LG V30

    This decision left us wondering if the company would have anything to show off at this year’s MWC, and according to a new report from The Korea Herald, LG may announce an upgraded version of the V30 in place of the G7’s absence.

    The phone is supposedly being referred to as the “V30+a”, and the main focus of the new model would be improved artificial intelligence features. It’s believed that these new features could be based on the Google Assistant, but I find it a bit odd that Google would use a phone outside of its Pixel brand to debut new Assistant goodies.

    It’s also possible that LG will show off its own AI tech li…

  • WhatsApp adds notification channels on Android Oreo 8.0 so you can now choose what to do with each notification type

    Android 8.0 Oreo introduced one cool feature for app notifications: channels. Since not all notifications are created equal, even if they come from the same app, this would allow you to choose how different types of notifications appear, sound, and vi…

  • [Deal Alert] Verizon Business customers can get a Google Home Max and Home Mini for just $337.48 (25% off)

    Like many Google products, the Home Max isn’t easy to find at a discount, especially given its very recent entry to the market. However, Verizon Business is offering a Home Max and Home Mini bundle for just $337.48, or $112.50 off the combined MSRPs of both Home devices. That’s pretty nuts. Unfortunately, you will need access to a Verizon Business (B2B) account to take advantage of this deal. And no, your run-of-the-mill Verizon account won’t do.

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    [Deal Alert] Verizon Business customers can get a Google Home Max and Home Mini for just $337.48 (25% off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google Now is being left to wither and die as Google Assistant takes the focus

    One of Google’s standout features has been left to die, and that’s sad to see.

    Google Now used to be really useful. It used to be so good that I only used Google Now Launcher on every phone because I needed to have Google Now just a swipe away on my home screen. Any other launcher felt like it was keeping me disconnected from information that I relied on every day.

    As we turned the calendar over to 2018, and just spent a week at CES 2018 seeing a huge emphasis on Google Assistant, it looks like Google’s happy to let the traditional Google Now feature set — aka the “feed” — wither and die. In the past six months, Google Now has gone from a must-have feature to something I have stopped looking at regularly and even forgotten about for days at a time. It’s no longer helpful, insightful or useful.

    Every morning, I used to unlock my phone, swipe to the right on my home screen and scroll through Google Now. I’d get updates on the weather, traffic, sports scores, upcoming c…

  • What do you think about OnePlus’s credit card fraud?

    Our forum users share their thoughts about certain OnePlus customers experiencing credit card fraud after buying something from OnePlus’s site.

    At the beginning of this week, OnePlus officially announced that certain customers that had purchased items from its website had been experiencing fraudulent activity on their credit cards. This resulted in OnePlus removing the option to pay with a debit/credit card directly on its site, and now it’s a waiting game to see how long it’ll take OnePlus to get this situation cleared up.

    It’s currently assumed that this credit card fraud is a result of something going on with OnePlus’s payment processor and not OnePlus itself, and in the midst of all this, some of our forum users got to talking about their thoughts on this whole situation.

    Here’s what they had to say:

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    Have you ever had your card info stolen? Not so hilarious.

    Sure, OP may …

  • Hands-on: Unnotification brings back your last dismissed notification

    Android has a native way to see a log of the notifications you receive, but it’s quite hidden from most eyes. To access it, you need to add a widget, choose Settings among the list of widgets, and then Notification log. It helps you see a notification you may have dismissed by mistake and, more recently, I’ve used it to figure out which notification channel something was coming from after dismissing it and thinking that I don’t need that particular type of notification or I want to lower its priority.

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    Hands-on: Unnotification brings back your last dismissed notification was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google Express adds Overstock to its list of shops you can buy from

    Google Express is kind of a central aggregate site you go to to make purchases from various stores. Instead of heading to different sites and adding your details to each, you have one central hub, and it’s been adding more and more partners. Walmart i…

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