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  • [Hands-on] Scheduled lets you write, schedule, and auto-send messages to your contacts

    Remembering things is getting tougher and tougher every day. One second I’m thinking I should reach out to my uncle to ask how he’s been doing after his surgery, the next it’s out of my mind and it doesn’t come back until many days later and I feel like the most horrible niece ever. I’ve used to-do lists and calendar events even to remind me to message someone, but when that notification pops up, I keep snoozing it until I find the time to write the actual message. Messaging people and staying in touch isn’t easy with our hectic lives, whether it’s birthday greetings or simple “hey, how are you?” or the daily “I reached work safely” or “I’m leaving work now” notices you send to your significant other.

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    [Hands-on] Scheduled lets you write, schedule, and auto-send messages to your contacts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Instagram now supports Android’s direct share menu

    Android’s direct share feature debuted on Marshmallow and makes it easy to share links or media from any app on your phone. You can use it with most popular messaging services, email clients, and even note-taking apps like Keep. To be able to share di…

  • Gboard Go is rolling out to low RAM Android 8.1 devices

    Google continues its mission to optimize devices with low RAM. This time with the rollout of the light version of Gboard, the virtual keyboard to add to the lineup of app’s available in ‘go’ version – Google Maps Go, YouTube Go and more.(This is a prev…

  • Nokia opens up Android 8.1 beta for the Nokia 8

    Treble and bootloader aside, HMD is doing a great job at providing as close to a “Googley” Android experience to Nokia users as possible. The Nokia 8 started beta testing Android 8.0 Oreo a few months ago then received the official update, now the Nok…

  • Updated January Android 8.1 OTA files and factory images for Verizon Pixel 2, Softbank and Telstra Nexus 5X and 6P are live

    A few days ago, some users started receiving update notifications on their Pixel 2 and were wondering what was happening since, according to the official documentation, they were seemingly on the latest build number. Now Google’s official pages have been updated to include these new factory images and OTA files for specific devices on certain carrier versions.

    First, the Pixel 2 on Verizon is getting a bump to build number OPM2.171019.016.

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    Updated January Android 8.1 OTA files and factory images for Verizon Pixel 2, Softbank and Telstra Nexus 5X and 6P are live was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Acer announces new Chromebox, two new Chromebooks

    It appears to be new Chromebook season, as Acer has announced the Chromebook Spin 11 (pictured), Chromebook 11 C732, and Chromebox CXI3. All three are priced near the budget end of the price spectrum, with the latter two intended specifically for education and enterprise markets. The newly-announced models are by 8th generation (Apollo Lake) Intel processors. As with all new Chrome OS devices, the trio support Google Play, allowing them to run Android apps.

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    Acer announces new Chromebox, two new Chromebooks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Acer has a powerful new Chromebox and a pair of great new Chromebooks

    Two new Chromebooks and a new Chromebox are headed our way!

    Acer brings some news from the BETT show in London this week, and it’s filled with Chrome OS goodies.

    A trio of Chrome devices designed so they meet the high standards of the education and commercial markets were announced, and they bring the great features we expect to see from these kinds of products.

    Acer Chromebox CX13

    Like its predecessor the CX12, the new CX13 is designed for businesses that need a durable and high-performance Chromebox. It’s chock full of specs that make us want to give this one a try:

    8th generation (Coffee Lake) Intel Core desktop processor
    1 USB 3.1 Type-C port
    Five USB Type-A ports supporting USB 2.0 and USB 3.1 (configuration depends on the model)
    1 HDMI port
    1 Gigabit Ethernet port
    MicroSD card reader
    Bluetooth 4.2
    802.11 ac 2x2MIMO Wi-Fi
    Optional VESA mounting kit
    Pricing and availability aren’t being announced today; that comes when regional announcements are made. We expect to see final …

  • The Galaxy A8+ gives us an early look at Galaxy S9 design cues

    Samsung’s 2018 mid-ranger reveals a more accessible location for the fingerprint sensor.

    Samsung introduced the Infinity Display design language last year with the Galaxy S8 and S8+, drastically cutting down on the front bezels. To accommodate a full-screen front, the company had to eliminate the physical home button and move the fingerprint sensor to the back of the phone.

    While the thin-bezel display made for a more immersive experience while using the phone, the position of the fingerprint sensor next to the camera module wasn’t ideal. The S8 and S8+ sported large displays, and the tall form factor meant it was awkward to reach the fingerprint sensor.

    The close proximity to the camera module also meant that users often got finger grease all over the camera sensor when they were looking to unlock the phone. The Note 8 didn’t make things any easier — the phone was taller and wider than the S8+, making it even harder to reach the fingerprint sensor.

    However, if the desi…

  • Xiaomi Mi 7: Rumors, Specs, Release Date, and More!

    Here’s what we know so far about Xiaomi’s 2018 flagship.

    Xiaomi’s Mi flagships have always offered great value for money, and that was the case last year with the Mi 6. The phone managed to undercut rivals by a few hundred dollars while still offering a similar user experience. Xiaomi isn’t looking to change the formula this year, with the Mi 7 also expected to feature top-of-the-line hardware and a price tag under $500.

    The Mi 7 will be powered by the Snapdragon 845

    Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 845 platform back in December, touting significant improvements across the board. Qualcomm is heavily relying on AI for its Hexagon digital signal processor, and is claiming a 10-20% bump in performance from the Kryo 385 CPU and a 30% boost for the Adreno 630 GPU.

    Xiaomi has always been one of the first manufacturers to roll out phones featuring Qualcomm’s latest hardware, and that tradition will continue this year. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun was on hand at Qualcomm’s annual tech confere…

  • Android 8.1 now shows how fast public Wi-Fi networks are before you connect

    The latest feature in Android 8.1 Oreo introduces speed labels for public Wi-Fi networks.

    Google has enabled a new feature in Android 8.1 Oreo that lets you see how fast a public Wi-Fi network is before you connect to it. Previously, all you could see was the signal strength indicator, so you had to manually connect to a network to gauge its speed. With the speed labels now in place, you can now get that information without having to connect to a public Wi-Fi network.

    Public Wi-Fi can be spotty. For the first time, #AndroidOreo 8.1 lets you take out the guesswork & see the speed of networks before you hit connect. Rolling out now: https://t.co/lSzvCFgNk7 pic.twitter.com/60EmoPxUX4— Android (@Android) January 22, 2018

    If you’re on a phone running Android 8.1, you should be able to see the speed of public Wi-Fi networks in your vicinity along with their signal strength. The labels are broken down into four categories, as noted below:

    Slow: If you can use Wi-Fi calling, yo…

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