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  • Netgear’s latest smart home gadget is the Arlo Audio Doorbell

    There’s also a new Arlo Chime accessory.

    Netgear’s Arlo brand has become fairly well-known for its wireless security cameras, and now the company’s expanding its reaches in the smart home market with the Arlo Audio Doorbell.

    The Audio Doorbell (left) and Arlo Chime (right)

    As soon as someone rings the Arlo Doorbell, you’ll receive a call on your phone through the free Arlo app. Once you get the call, you can either accept it or send a prerecorded message. Also, if you have an Arlo camera, you’ll get a live video feed of your front door with that call once someone arrives.

    The Audio Doorbell will be available for purchase this fall.

    This is a different approach to smart doorbells like Nest Hello and Ring’s lineup that cram a camera into the doorbell itself, but if you’re already invested in the Arlo ecosystem, this will likely be a much more cost-effective way of upgrading your front door. And, just like Arlo’s other products, the Audio Doorbell promises a very user-friendly …

  • Best Family Charging Stations for Android

    Seems like everyone, their brother, and even their dog have a phone these days. These stations can help keep them all charged.

    If you live in a household with a family of three, four, or more, and you have kids who are at the smartphone stage, then keeping them all charged up all the time can be a bit of a pain. Smaller wall chargers go missing, the cat chews the cables, and kids can just outright forget (a lot of good a dead phone is in an emergency!).

    These family charging stations can help you charge multiple devices at once, all in one spot.

    Anker PowerPort 4
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    RAVPower desktop charging station
    Simicore charging dock
    iClever BoostStrip
    SIIG 10-port charging station
    Unitek 10-port charging station with USB-C
    Anker PowerPort 4

    Anker makes some of the finest charging products you can buy, from cables to wireless charging pads to charging stations. The PowerPort 4 has four USB ports and simply plugs into any AC wall outlet (can also accept an adapter…

  • Ricoh Plug-in Store for Theta V 360-degree camera is now live

    Ricoh isn’t too well-known in the consumer electronics space as it mostly sells B2B office IT services, so it may have been surprising to see it come out with an impressively-specced 360-degree camera. It released the Theta V camera in September last …

  • Sony announces industry-first 48MP smartphone camera sensor

    The sensor is also the world’s first to support a 0.8 μm pixel size.

    Although their smartphones may not be well-known in the U.S., Sony’s the industry-leader when it comes to crafting mobile camera sensors for phones all around the world. On July 23, the company announced its all-new IMX586 sensor that features the highest megapixel count and smallest pixel size we’ve seen on a mobile sensor to-date.

    More megapixels don’t always translate to great-looking photos, but they do result in much more detail being captured. In this case, the IMX586 is the first phone sensor to support an impressive 48MP.

    Sony says this will allow the IMX586 to “capture beautiful, high-resolution images even with a smartphone.”

    In addition to this, Sony’s also shrunk the pixel size down to an impressive 0.8 μm. However, using its Quad Bayer color filter array, you’ll be able to take photos in low-light scenarios that are the equivalent of a sensor with a larger 1.6 μm size. According to Sony, th…

  • Sony announces industry-first 48MP smartphone camera sensor

    The sensor is also the world’s first to support a 0.8 μm pixel size.

    Although their smartphones may not be well-known in the U.S., Sony’s the industry-leader when it comes to crafting mobile camera sensors for phones all around the world. On July 23, the company announced its all-new IMX586 sensor that features the highest megapixel count and smallest pixel size we’ve seen on a mobile sensor to-date.

    More megapixels don’t always translate to great-looking photos, but they do result in much more detail being captured. In this case, the IMX586 is the first phone sensor to support an impressive 48MP.

    Sony says this will allow the IMX586 to “capture beautiful, high-resolution images even with a smartphone.”

    In addition to this, Sony’s also shrunk the pixel size down to an impressive 0.8 μm. However, using its Quad Bayer color filter array, you’ll be able to take photos in low-light scenarios that are the equivalent of a sensor with a larger 1.6 μm size. According to Sony, th…

  • The new Google Marketing Platform replaces DoubleClick starting July 24

    Google announced last month that it would be restructuring a number of its marketing and analytics tools into fewer brands with names that more clearly reflect what the products actually do. Part of the new slate of offerings is going live tomorrow in Google Marketing Platform, a combination of Google’s existing DoubleClick and Analytics 360 suites.

    The new Google Marketing Platform comprises a number of different tools that are used for — hey, you guessed it — marketing (and the name makes a whole lot more sense than “DoubleClick”).

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  • Suzy Cube review: An Android platformer that beats Mario at his own game

    The best $4 you’ll ever spend in the Play Store.

    Suzy Cube is a brilliant new 3D platformer developed by indie game studio NorthernBytes Software and published by Noodlecake Studios. It’s a charming premium title that manages to cram all the fun and charm of a Nintendo-style platformer onto your phone with little to no compromise. Goodbye Mario, hello Suzy Cube!

    Download: Suzy Cube ($3.99)

    Before I get into the full written review, check out this brief video of live gameplay and commentary I recorded using the YouTube Gaming app:

    A polished platforming experience

    Suzy Cube has been in development by for over three years as a passion project by indie game developer Louis-Nicolas Dozois. It’s been featured at gaming conventions throughout its development and regularly garnered praise from those who had a chance to play it.

    Dozois partnered with Noodlecake Studios to help with publishing and you can see their subtle touches to the clean menu design and polished presentation,…

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    The best $4 you’ll ever spend in the Play Store.

    Suzy Cube is a brilliant new 3D platformer developed by indie game studio NorthernBytes Software and published by Noodlecake Studios. It’s a charming premium title that manages to cram all the fun and charm of a Nintendo-style platformer onto your phone with little to no compromise. Goodbye Mario, hello Suzy Cube!

    Download: Suzy Cube ($3.99)

    Before I get into the full written review, check out this brief video of live gameplay and commentary I recorded using the YouTube Gaming app:

    A polished platforming experience

    Suzy Cube has been in development by for over three years as a passion project by indie game developer Louis-Nicolas Dozois. It’s been featured at gaming conventions throughout its development and regularly garnered praise from those who had a chance to play it.

    Dozois partnered with Noodlecake Studios to help with publishing and you can see their subtle touches to the clean menu design and polished presentation,…

  • This $11 Anker cable has built-in Micro-USB, USB-C, and Lightning connectors

    For those who just can’t commit to a device.

    You can never have too many charging cables, especially when they come with three different charging connectors. Right now, you can pick up Anker’s PowerLine II 3-in-1 cable for just $11.24 when you checkout using coupon code ANKER436. It normally sells for around $15, and this is the first time the cable has been discounted since its release just a few weeks ago.

    The cable itself has a Micro-USB connection built into the end of it, and then there are adapters for USB-C and Lightning ports. The adapters are connected to the cable so you don’t have to worry about misplacing them. It offers max speeds of 2.4A on the Micro-USB and Lightning chargers and 3A on the USB-C. It’s MFi-certified, which means Apple has approved it to charge and sync your iPhone and iPad.

    Anker is so confident that you’ll love this cable and won’t have issues with it that the company is backing it with a hassle-free lifetime warranty. These are handy to have around…

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    For those who just can’t commit to a device.

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