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  • The LG V30 has an amazing camera, but it won’t make you a great photographer

    7,000 miles from home is no place to realize that you’re a bad photographer with no real knowledge of photography.

    Five years ago, I was flown to Seoul to cover the launch of a brand new smartphone line. Business class, on Korean Air. In my gear bag was a brand new, full-frame DSLR. It cost well over $1,000 and was a pretty big step up from the prosumer model I’d been using pretty well until then.

    Taking smartphone pictures isn’t the same as being a photographer. At all.

    It was my first trip to Asia, I was riding in style (though 14-hour flights are 14-hour flights no matter which end of the airplane you’re in), and I had some hot new (to me) gear in the bag to work with.

    I then proceeded to take some of the worst pictures of my career while on deadline. Blurry. Dark. Dark and blurry. Or blurry and blown out. I had no idea what happened. So I went back and took more pictures. They were slightly less horrible.

    My better, more expensive camera let me down. Or, rather, I’d let …

  • Deal: OnePlus 5 now comes with free Bullets V2 earphones for a limited time

    The OnePlus 5 now comes with a free pair of Bullets V2 earphones, but only until September 30.

    Despite its overhyped camera and familiar design, the OnePlus 5 is still one of the best values in smartphones right now. As if the device didn’t already offer enough bang for your buck, OnePlus is now bundling a free pair of its Bullets V2 earphones with the purchase of its latest flagship killer.

    The OnePlus Bullets V2 aren’t the greatest earphones ever made, but even at their regular price of $19.95, they follow the OnePlus 5’s theme of offering a lot of value for the money you spend. OnePlus partnered with German audio company LOFO when designing the Bullets V2, and as such, the Bullets V2 offer professional tuning to kick out deep bass, pleasing treble, and a smooth midrange for all of your tunes.

    Add this together with a super lightweight design at just 2-grams, anti-allergy silicon tips, inline audio controls, flat tangle-free cord, and a sleek design for earbuds themselves, and y…

  • WeDJ app arrives in the Play Store to drop a sick beat

    Your phone has a big fancy touchscreen, so why not use it to render some DJ tools? WeDJ was released on iOS last year, and it’s just now launched on Android. This app pipes your music collection into a virtual DJ station with support for multiple trac…

  • Material Design UI and new features coming soon to Gmail on web

    Gmail on the web will soon get upgraded with a new UI, Smart Replies, email snoozing, and more.

    Back in May, Google hosted a NEXT Live EMEA event to talk about new features coming to Google Cloud and G Suite. A lot of information was spewed out at the event, and one announcement that slipped under our radar has to do with a few new additions that are coming to Gmail.

    First thing’s first, the most noticeable upgrade for Gmail that was shown off is a brand-new Material Design overhaul for its user interface on the web. Gmail doesn’t necessarily look bad in its current form, but it is a great departure from the Material Design aesthetic that’s slowly working its way across all of Google’s other services.

    In a screenshot of the new Gmail interface shown off at Google NEXT, we can see that the entire UI is considerably cleaner and much more minimalistic. The tabs of black text on the left-hand side have been replaced by more visually appealing icons, the Social and Promotions tabs are …

  • Microsoft announces Office 2019, teases new features

    As part of its Ignite conference today, Microsoft officially teased the next perpetual Office update, Office 2019.

    Microsoft has announced Office 2019, the next perpetual Office update and the follow-up to the most recent release, Office 2016. Due for release in the second half of 2018, Microsoft says that preview versions of the latest Office suite will start rolling out in mid-2018, though it’s unclear when exactly an Android version might be released.

    Other than an announcement, Microsoft is fairly coy with what to expect. However, the company did tease certain improvements and features we can expect, including enhanced inking, new PowerPoint animations, and more. From Microsoft:

    Office 2019 will add new user and IT capabilities for customers who aren’t yet ready for the cloud. For example, new and improved inking features—like pressure sensitivity, tilt effects, and ink replay—will allow you to work more naturally. New formulas and charts will make data analysis…

  • This 10-outlet Cyberpower battery backup with USB is down to $125 at Newegg

    This is a great deal on a UPS with battery backup and USB charging ports.

    This Cyberpower 10-outlet UPS with USB charging ports is down to $124.99 with code EMCSRKCG4 at Newegg. The code takes $65 off and includes free shipping. This same UPS sells for $165 from third parties at Amazon and as much as $190 at Best Buy.

    An uninterruptible power supply guarantees protection from power surges or lightning strikes. This device has 1325VA and 810 Watts covering 10 outlets. All ten outlets have surge protection. Five of the outlets have battery backup as well.

    The UPS’ backup battery helps in case the power completely goes out. How long the battery lasts depends on how much stuff you’ve got plugged in, but it is powerful enough that even if your most powerful electronics are plugged in, like a desktop computer, you should get at least enough time to save everything you’re working on and shut down safely. If you aren’t drawing too much power, the battery could last much longer.

    This devi…

  • Phiaton BT 390 review: A competent, compact pair of Bluetooth headphones that sounds great

    You all know how I feel about Bluetooth audio products by now, especially my opinions about the inverse relationship between portability/convenience and sound quality. It’s true that most of my Bluetooth audio reviews here on AP have been negative, however, what I have today completely blew my expectations. I know, I know, I’m not supposed to judge anything before I actually get it and test it, but I’m jaded, so I was very surprised here.

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    Phiaton BT 390 review: A competent, compact pair of Bluetooth headphones that sounds great was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 8 Games You Should Play on Amazon Fire TV

    What are the best games to play Amazon Fire TV?

    The Amazon Fire TV is a capable little streaming box that also doubles as a gaming console. While you might think that it can only play casual games like Crossy Road, the truth is that there’s a decent library of games to be found within Amazon’s app store.

    If you’re interested in gaming on the Amazon Fire TV, you’ll first want to buy an Amazon Fire TV Game Controller if you don’t already own one. There are other Bluetooth controllers that will work with gaming on the Fire TV but based on some user reviews it seems like Amazon’s own controller is easier to setup and will have less issues during gameplay.

    But most of these games will require a legit controller rather than the basic remote. I’ve also listed these games in order from family friendly to games intended for more mature audiences.

    Minecraft
    Sonic the Hedgehog 2
    Riptide GP2
    Shovel Knight
    Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
    The Jackbox Party Pack
    Five Nights at Freddy’s

  • Walmart products are now available through Google Express and Home

    Walmart finally makes its debut on Google Express and Home, with free shipping on orders of $35 or more.

    You can do a lot of things with Google Home — you can ask for current weather conditions, call friends and family, set alarms, create reminders, and plenty more. In the most recent addition to Google’s smart speaker, you can now order products from Walmart through Google Express.

    Google announced that Walmart would be coming to Home a little over a month ago, and today, that feature is now live. Just like with other stores that are on Google Express, you can use your voice to order any items that are sold through Walmart. It works in the same exact way that other stores have since Google Home’s launch, but you now have access to Walmart’s lengthy product catalog.

    If voice shopping really isn’t your thing, you can always jump into the Google Express app and get your goodies that way. You can browse through all of Walmart’s Rollback sales, best sellers, beverages, snack foo…

  • The NIFTY Mobile Charger is the smartest battery pack you’ll ever buy

    This NIFTY battery pack sure lives up to its name, but can its slick design justify the price?

    Battery packs are essential phone accessories these days. We rely on our phones to do so much, and heavy phone users often can’t rely on their phone’s internal battery to get them through a full day without a recharge along the way.

    Furthermore, few battery packs offer the same functionality and features, making it sometimes confusing as to which will best support your devices. Enter the 6800mAh NIFTY mobile charger, a stylish battery pack that aims to solve the charging needs of all your mobile devices

    The folks behind the NIFTY battery pack sent me a unit to review this summer, and my first reaction was that this battery pack sure lives up to its name. Fans of well-designed products are sure to swoon over this battery pack. It’s compact, sleek with no buttons to fuss with, and just two ports on the top, both of which can be used to charge devices simultaneously with 24W of dual outpu…

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