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  • Amazon Fire 7 vs Fire HD 8: Which should you buy?

    In the battle of Amazon’s all new tablets, which is the right one for you?

    Amazon’s latest revisions to its 7 and 8-inch Fire tablets will go on sale in early June 2017. They will completely replace the older models, and while both are modest upgrades, they’re upgrades nonetheless.

    And better still, while the hardware gets a little bit better, the price stays the same. So, once again Amazon has two affordable tablets that are actually worth buying. But which should you go for?

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    Spec comparison

    Here’s what makes up the two newest Fire tablets:

    Category
    Fire 7
    Fire HD 8
    Display
    7-inch IPS (1024 x 600)
    8-inch IPS (1280 x 800)
    CPU
    Quad-core 1.3 GHz
    Quad-core 1.3 GHz
    Platform
    Fire OS
    Fire OS
    Internal Storage
    7GB or 16GB (microSD up to 256GB)
    16GB or 32GB (microSD up to 256GB)
    RAM
    1GB
    1.5GB
    Battery
    Up to 8 hours
    Up to 12 hours
    Connectivity
    Dual-band WiFi
    Dual-band WiFi
    Audio
    Mono speaker, built-in microphone
    Dolby Atmos, dual ste…

  • Samsung’s new Gear 360 camera is available today for $229

    Back in March, Samsung announced the successor to its popular Gear 360 action camera. The GoPro competitor won many fans with its ability to record video in 360 degrees via two fisheye lenses. The 2nd generation version promises more of the same, but with 4K video recording plus a smaller, lighter frame. Samsung has now released the device in the US and it’s available for $229.

    The original Gear 360 was hamstrung somewhat by the fact that it could only be used in conjunction with a Samsung Galaxy phone, and this new model seems to carry mostly the same limitations.

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    Samsung’s new Gear 360 camera is available today for $229 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • T-Mobile Digits is coming May 31: What is it, and should you use it?

    T-Mobile’s Digits brings phone calls and texts into the 21st century, but at a time when people care little about those things, will it make a difference?

    Back in December, T-Mobile unveiled a new service called Digits, making phone numbers less reliant on a SIM card, and expanding the simple phone number into the smartphone age.

    Now that service is live and available to all T-Mobile customers for free on May 31. It’s a re-imagining of the phone number, but it’s also a way to entice more people to sign up to more expensive T-Mobile One plans.

    And for all of its big talk, Digits is a bit confusing, so let’s break it down.

    What is Digits?

    At its core, Digits is T-Mobile’s way of utilizing its new IMS (IP Media Subsystem) backend to dynamically direct calls to any device, or store multiple numbers on a single device.

    Basically, without the technical mumbo jumbo, it’s a way to free the phone number from its legacy place, and to utilize the flexibility data-based nature of Voice…

  • [Deal Alert] Black Huawei Watch with black stainless steel band is down to $199.99 open box on B&H / $219.99 new on Amazon and Best Buy ($180+ off)

    The Huawei Watch isn’t new anymore, but it’s still one of the best Android Wear smartwatches out there, both in looks and functionality. The black body/black stainless steel band combo is arguably one of the best that Huawei offers, but it’s also been somewhat pricey. Now, though, you can pick one up for as low as $199.99.

    Aside from its Snapdragon 400 processor, the Watch’s specs are competitive even today. The sapphire-topped 1.4″ 400p AMOLED display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, 300mAh battery, and IP67 certification are still top-notch.

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    [Deal Alert] Black Huawei Watch with black stainless steel band is down to $199.99 open box on B&H / $219.99 new on Amazon and Best Buy ($180+ off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Verizon’s ASUS ZenPad Z8 tablet is receiving its Android 7.0 Nougat update

    Android Oreo (yes, I’m calling it) is almost here, but not all devices are equal when it comes to update speed. In this case, both the manufacturer (ASUS) and carrier (Verizon) are well-known for updating devices rather slowly, which is probably why it’s taken until nearly June of 2017 to update the ZenPad Z8 to Android 7.0 Nougat. But hey, it’s here now.

      

    By now, we all know the procedure for a 7.0 update, regardless of OEM: multi-window, revised quick settings (ASUS has made them opaque for Nougat), the side panel in settings, etc.

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    Verizon’s ASUS ZenPad Z8 tablet is receiving its Android 7.0 Nougat update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google needs to start selling the Daydream Controller by itself

    It’s time to sell the Daydream Controller without its plushy headset.

    If you want the Daydream experience, at least right now, you need to buy a Daydream View headset. With Daydream support coming to the Galaxy S8 this summer, that’s not going to be an ideal solution for some. Many Galaxy S8 owners already have a great VR headset that could easily be used for Daydream, and it came free with the phone. The only thing that headset is missing in order to complete the Daydream experience is Google’s motion controller.

    The only way to get that controller right now is to buy a complete VR kit from Google, and with the volume of Gear VR headsets out in the world right now that needs to change.

    There’s something of an unspoken secret with Google Daydream — the headset is actually just a plushie version of Google Cardboard. There’s no additional hardware in the headset, all of the Daydream magic is done in software thanks to Google’s rigid hardware requirements. The only piece of har…

  • [Deal Alert] LG’s Tone Studio ‘personal speaker’ headphones are just $157 at Amazon ($73 off)

    You’ve probably seen people wearing LG Tones while out and about, but the fairly new Tone Studios bring an interesting twist. They still rest on your neck, they’re still powered by Bluetooth, and the earphones still come out with wires, but they also …

  • Resold Pixel phones originally purchased from Project Fi are having their IMEIs blacklisted

    Back in November, when the Pixel was slowly beginning to ship to customers, there were numerous reports of people getting their Google accounts banned for purchasing Pixel and Pixel XL devices with the intent to resell them. It turns out that this iss…

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    Back in November, when the Pixel was slowly beginning to ship to customers, there were numerous reports of people getting their Google accounts banned for purchasing Pixel and Pixel XL devices with the intent to resell them. It turns out that this iss…

  • Samsung DeX review: This isn’t a replacement for your laptop

    It’s useful, but it isn’t practical, and you should only consider one if you’re into the novelty.

    Admittedly, I’m in a bit of disbelief that I’m writing a review for a desktop operating system that’s running off of the Galaxy S8+. Who knew this would be our future? I certainly didn’t. I knew computers were getting smaller, particularly when netbooks and tiny little Chromebits were introduced to the market, but I never imagined it would be the smartphone doing the heavy lifting.

    Alas, here we are, and I’m typing this to you via a keyboard connected to the Galaxy S8+. There’s no doubt that if any other company had put out a product akin to this, it would have been considered nothing more than a gimmick. (Microsoft actually did and we saw how that went.) Granted, I initially thought the same about the DeX when I was first introduced to the concept, but now that I’ve been using it for some time, I appreciate the alternative way to use the Galaxy S8+.

    Meet the Samsung DeX

    I already ga…

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