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  • Let your smartphone power new worlds with the $50 Google Daydream View VR headset

    Put your new S9 to work.

    The Google Daydream View virtual reality headsets are down to $49.50 at Best Buy. This sale is one of Best Buy’s daily deals. These headsets normally sell for $99 at Best Buy and other retailers like B&H. We’ve never seen them drop to this price before. You can get any of the three available colors at this price.

    These headsets are an upgrade from an older model also called the Daydream View. These add better hardware, smoother visuals, and improved heat management. Read about Android Central’s hands-on experience with the new and improved version or check out VRHead’s extremely detailed guide on using them. The VRHead guide is a great way to find out about free apps and the best apps to use with your new VR headset.

    This headset works with any Daydream-ready smartphone, including the Google Pixel 2, the Google Pixel, the Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+, Note 8, and Moto Z, among others.

    See at Best Buy

  • Let Anker’s $42 Roav dash cam record your driving excursions

    Eyes on the road.

    Don’t be caught wishing you had one. This dashcam has a super wide-angle lens that captures the entire road, and it has a ton of technology packed into its night vision as well. At just $42.39, this is the lowest price this camera has hit. It’s easy to manage your video using the built-in Wi-Fi along with the Roav DashCam app. It will even record when you’re away. The built-in gravity sensor detects sudden movements, like someone bumping into your car, and will automatically turn on to record activity.

    You’ll get the camera, a car charger, a suction mount, a cable, a trim removal tool, and a manual. You may want to pick up an extra microSD card if you don’t have one lying around.

    See at Amazon

  • Best Clear Cases for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

    Feels like your phone’s wearing nothing at all… nothing at all.. nothing at all!

    We seem to say this every year, but the latest flagship devices from Samsung, the Galaxy S9 and S9+, are simply outstanding.

    Samsung has been continually refining its smartphone design since the Galaxy S6 and that’s reflected in the smart touches implemented into the S9. This is a phone that you’ll want to show off, but since it’s essentially made of glass, you’re going to want to cover the breakable bits with a case.

    These clear cases will keep your Galaxy S9 or S9+ protected while still letting you showcase which color phone you went with. Let’s dive in!

    VRS Design Transparent Crystal Thin Case
    Ringke Fusion Clear Case
    Lifeproof SLAM Clear Case
    Caseology Skyfall Series Clear Case
    Zizo ION Series Clear Case
    Spigen Ultra Hybrid Clear Case

    VRS Design Transparent Crystal Thin case

    This clear case from VRS Design essentially offers everything you need from a clear case, allowing you to show …

  • Facebook Messenger updated with admin privileges and joinable links

    New features to make group chats suck just a little less.

    Facebook Messenger continues to be one of the most popular messaging apps around, and today it’s getting a couple of new features that aim to make group chats a lot better.

    First and foremost, Messenger is finally getting admin privileges. With this, you’ll have the power to approve new members of group chats before they can join, remove people from the conversation, and give/revoke these privileges to other people in the chat if you so choose.

    Admin privileges are turned off by default so they won’t get in the way of current chats if you don’t care about them, but they can quickly be turned on by enabling the new “Require Admin Approval” toggle in Messenger’s settings.

    Facebook is also adding joinable links to Messenger. This allows you to create a custom link for your group chat, and anyone that clicks/taps on it will be able to automatically join the group. If you have a lot of people you need to invite to a group chat,…

  • Bandai Namco’s newest mobile fighting game ‘Dragon Ball Legends’ is available for pre-registration

    Bandai Namco has announced the upcoming release of Dragon Ball Legends. It is currently available on the Play Store as a pre-registration listing, and if you take a look at it on your phone, there are a few pre-registration rewards that can be unlocked depending on how many people sign-up. It’s clear the devs are aiming to create another free-to-play mobile fighting game that uses card-based gameplay for its battles, which of course sounds very similar to their recent release Tekken Mobile.

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    Bandai Namco’s newest mobile fighting game ‘Dragon Ball Legends’ is available for pre-registration was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Lineage opens up to developers with new SDK, including APIs for styles and profiles

    From the ashes of the popular CyanogenMod custom ROM, LineageOS has emerged as a worthy successor, providing users the same near stock experience with a few useful customization options. Now, Lineage is introducing an SDK in a bid to get developers building interesting things based on the company’s own APIs.

    The first public release is Llama (API 9), and the company has some documentation on its Wiki to help devs get started.

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    Lineage opens up to developers with new SDK, including APIs for styles and profiles was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google opens Pixel 2’s intelligent driving-detection API for developer use

    The Pixel 2 has a handy feature that allows the phone to turn on Do Not Disturb when it detects its user is driving a car. The trick is enabled by a tool called the Transition API, which uses algorithms to recognize different types of real-world activity. Google announced Tuesday that the Transition API is now available for use by all Android developers.

    Previous methods of determining activity like driving relied on more complicated methods that provided less accurate results—Intuit, which partnered with Google to test the Transition API in its QuickBooks Self-Employed app, says that before the new API, it used “GPS, phone sensors, and other metadata” to determine whether its users were driving, and some trips weren’t detected at all.

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    Google opens Pixel 2’s intelligent driving-detection API for developer use was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The New York Times brings its AR experiences to Android

    There’s also a new David Bowie AR story.

    Ever since Google officially launched its ARCore platform in late February, we’ve been seeing more and more unique implementations of it. Most recently, The New York Times announced that it’s now bringing new AR experiences to Android phones that support ARCore.

    The New York Times has already been experimenting with AR on iOS using Apple’s ARKit, with one of its most popular creations being an experience that lets you get up close and personal with some of the most famous athletes that competed during the 2018 Winter Olympics.

    Along with this, The New York Times is also launching a new AR story that’s centered around David Bowie and some of his most iconic outfits. Per The Times –

    In addition to hearing from influential artists like Trent Reznor and Laurie Anderson, readers can now use their phones to project life-sized versions of Bowie’s iconic costumes into their own spaces, and to explore them as if they were physically there….

  • [Deal Alert] Google Daydream (2017) is 50% off today at Best Buy

    Augmented Reality and ARCore are the hottest games in town nowadays, but if you’re still grappling with the idea of Virtual Reality to begin with or if you prefer to immerse yourself completely instead of superimposing something on top of your existing world, then there’s a nice deal for you at Best Buy.

    The retailer is offering the 2017 edition of the Daydream View headset for 50% off. This is the one that has the better materials, better lenses, and the matching colored controller. The discount brings the price down from $99 to a more palatable $49.95.

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    [Deal Alert] Google Daydream (2017) is 50% off today at Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • PUBG for Android review: The hype is real

    Stop what you’re doing and download this game.

    Player Unknown’s Battleground (or PUBG for short) is a battle royale-style game that pits you against 99 other players in a heart-pounding survival scenario where you must scavenge for loot, explore the map and stay in the safe zone while taking out your competition. It’s a highly competitive game that offers game modes for Solo play, pairing up in Duo mode, or playing as a squad of four, and every playthrough will be unique in its own way.

    Originally released in China, the mobile version is now available in North America and elsewhere around the world and, in short, the hype is real. I’ve been playing PUBG for Android on a Pixel XL and Galaxy S8 over the past few days and here are my first impressions of what I would already consider a contender for best Android game of the year.

    The Good

    Not a mobile version, but the full game for mobile: We’ve all played mobile ports of a favorite PC or console game that try to take the look a…

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