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  • Moto X4 Android One now offered as replacement for faulty Nexus 5X phones on Project Fi in lieu of crappy $53 payout

    By now, you’re all probably familiar with the Nexus 5X and its tendency to bootloop. This has caused some major headaches, especially to those Nexus 5X owners on Project Fi who purchased Device Protection (formerly known as Nexus Protect). However, Project Fi support is now offering the Moto X4 Android One as replacements for faulty 5Xes, which makes a lot more sense than a paltry $53 check.

    In our original post, we mentioned that “Google should probably just offer [the Moto X4 Android One] as a replacement considering 5X owners have put up with a phone that commits suicide every few months.” Lo and behold, Google is doing exactly that.

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    Moto X4 Android One now offered as replacement for faulty Nexus 5X phones on Project Fi in lieu of crappy $53 payout was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 100 days with the Note 8: Impressive, but not for everyone

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a wonderful smartphone. But after 100 days, every smartphone doesn’t just show its sweet side; it also starts revealing minor or major weaknesses. The Galaxy Note 8 is no exception.

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • What we can expect from smartphones in 2018

    Here is a list of features and technologies that all Android smartphones should offer during 2018, including screen size, unlocking functions, and artificial intelligence.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • [Deal Alert] Ultimate Lightning McQueen by Sphero is $148.99 (50% off) on Amazon

    About half a year ago, we reviewed Sphero’s Ultimate Lightning McQueen RC car. We walked away unimpressed due to its subpar controls and monstrous $300 price tag, despite its realism and cool factor. Now it’s been discounted to a much more reasonable $148.99, just a bit over 50% off its MSRP, on Amazon.

    Ultimate Lightning McQueen is supposed to be a realistic scale version of the Cars movies’ Lightning McQueen. There are a ton of motors, touch sensors, lights, and a speaker on board, all so that McQueen can talk and move just like the real thing.

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    [Deal Alert] Ultimate Lightning McQueen by Sphero is $148.99 (50% off) on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Amazon Go app hits Google Play just ahead of Seattle store opening

    Amazon’s getting ready to open up its checkout-free Amazon Go convenience store in Seattle tomorrow on January 22nd, and the corresponding app has just hit Google Play. Advertising “Just Walk Out Shopping,” the new Amazon Go store uses sensors and cam…

  • The phone’s the thing [#acpodcast]

    Daniel Bader and Russell Holly are joined by Apps and Games Editor, Marc Lagace! They begin by talking about the massive credit card breach at OnePlus, Samsung Galaxy X rumors, foldable phone tech, and various issues that continue to plague LG.

    The majority of the show is devoted to gaming — The trouble with loot boxes and games that ship incomplete to hit release dates, the best new Android games, hot indie titles, and what’s new in AR. Check it out!

    Show Notes and Links:

    OnePlus confirms up to 40,000 users affected by credit card breach
    Samsung Galaxy X: Everything you need to know
    LG publishes patents for two foldable phone concepts
    LG might announce an upgraded V30 at MWC instead of the G7
    The U.S. smartphone industry has an LG problem
    Loot boxes and in-app purchases: A necessary evil or the scourge of the gaming world?
    The best new Android games
    Google announces finalists for 2017 Indie Game Contest
    What can you do in ARCore right now?
    Marc Lagace on Twitter

  • Top ten icon packs for Android: customization heaven

    So you’ve decided to go down the rewarding path of making your Android your own. But a launcher and theme are just the beginning. Now we’ll get to work on those icons. Here are the best icon packs for Android! Customize your Android phone or tablet wit…

  • Weekend poll: How much mobile data do you use in a typical month?

    Now that Verizon and Google Fi have jumped on the pseudo-unlimited train, it seems like most of the US carriers offer some type of all-you-can-eat data plan. It’s not surprising, either, given our ever-increasing appetites for media in all its forms. It’s a lot easier to binge a new Netflix series (so psyched for Altered Carbon) if you don’t have to worry about the distinction between mobile data and Wi-Fi when it comes to your monthly bill. So how much data do you burn through in a typical month?

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    Weekend poll: How much mobile data do you use in a typical month? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Motorola releases Oreo kernel source code for Moto X4

    Those of you familiar with the GPL will know that manufacturers are required to post any modifications they make to the Android kernel. Motorola does this with all of their phones, including the Nougat-powered Moto X4, but now that Oreo is out for the…

  • From the Editor’s Desk: Why do we want ‘foldable’ phones like the Galaxy X?

    So … foldable phones, huh?

    The Galaxy S9 and S9+ haven’t even been announced yet, and we know so much about them. So that means it’s time to start looking at the next thing, right? If that’s your thought process, you’ve no doubt been keeping up with the Galaxy X rumors — the “foldable” phone supposedly coming from Samsung this year. Samsung isn’t the only company working on this sort of thing, but if any company is setup to take advantage of branding and marketing to sell an altogether new form factor and technology, it’s the one.

    If the rumorsphere is to be believed, the Galaxy X will effectively have a “standard” phone form factor, with the same width (or so) as a Galaxy S9, but with extra screen height to it. That extra height gives you more phone to look at without making the phone super wide, but makes it awkward to use. The solution? Let the thing bend in half on itself — at least, that’s what the current thinking is.

    Not knowing much else about how Samsung w…

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