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  • How to change the default apps on Google Home

    Personalize the apps that Google Home uses.

    Google Home makes it easy to keep track of your busy life and enjoy some music when you’re relaxing at home. When you’re ready for some music or you want to check up on the news, though, you’ll want to be sure that the default apps are the ones that you want to use. Adjusting default apps is different for each service, but we have the details for you here!

    How to adjust your default music app
    How to adjust your news sources

    How to adjust your default music app

    Google Home supports Pandora, Spotify, and Google Play Music for all your jamming needs. To use anything but Google Play Music — which is already linked to your Google account — you’ll need to link an account. After you’ve done that, all you need to do is tap on the music service you are interested in using.

    Open the Google Home app.
    Tap the menu button (it looks like three horizontal lines).

    Tap Music.
    Tap the circle next to the music service you want to change t…

  • Daily Steals is running a Christmas in July sale with discounted phones, accessories and more

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with another one-day promotion you won’t want to miss!

    The folks at Daily Steals are getting in the holiday spirit early this year by running a Christmas in July sale. This one-day promotion brings discounts to phones, accessories, computers, and more! Best Buy just ran deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday in July, and now we are already at Christmas. There are a bunch of gadgets available to browse at great prices.

    Some of these are used, some refurbished, and some new. The conditions are noted below (and in the listings).

    16/32/64GB iPhone 5s (Used, signs of wear) – Starting at $119.99
    16GB iPhone 6s Plus (Refurbished) – $319.99
    BlackBerry Priv (Unlocked, new) – $279.99
    HTC One M9 (Refurbished) – $99.99
    Huawei Fit Fitness Watch with Heart Rate Monitor (New) – $64.99
    Logitech K380 Bluetooth Keyboard (New) – $15.99
    Samsung Gear VR 2016 (New) – $34.99
    Foscam FI9816P Wireless IP Camera (New) – $37.99
    These are just a few of the it…

  • Is now a good time to buy a Chromebook?

    See what’s on sale, what’s not, and what’s coming soon on the Chromebook front.

    It’s never a bad time to get a Chromebook; they come in every price range and even older models are kept up-to-date with the latest software. But some times are better than others, especially if you’re looking for a great deal or wanting to get the latest model.

    What you’re looking for will also affect when you should buy. Buyers looking for a good deal on a current model or a better deal on an older model can usually find something that ticks the right boxes, but certain times of the year will bring bigger sales and lower prices. Of course, if you’re waiting for the latest and greatest, it makes sense to wait if it looks like a new model is going to be released soon.

    That’s what this is for. We keep an eye on things because we like Chromebooks and because that’s what we do — follow the industry. Here’s what we recommend if you’re looking and don’t have to buy right now.

    July 2017

    Here’s our ta…

  • Google’s Trusted Contacts app updated to include custom timeouts and Google Maps integration [APK Download]

    In the age of the smartphone, we’ve become accustomed to knowing where our loved ones are at all times. This can be seen as positive and negative, depending on how you look at it. One negative could be that a loss of contact for any period of time can…

  • How to fix LG G6 battery life problems

    There are many ways to make sure your battery goes the full day, every day.

    No matter how good battery life is on a phone, we always want more. The LG G6 manages to do pretty well with its 3300mAh battery, getting most of us through a full day on average — but of course, we don’t use our phones the same every day.

    Whether it’s turning into a regular occurrence for your phone to hit 50% before lunch, or just a here-and-there situation of needing to be sure that you’ll have enough battery for well into the night, there are a handful of things you can do to make the most of your LG G6’s battery. And now that LG’s leading device no longer offers a replaceable battery, these tips may be even more important to know.

    Watch for battery-hungry apps

    One of the biggest (and easiest to pick up) issues that can destroy your battery life is a power-hungry app (or three) that start taking up more than their fair share of resources when they’re not actively being used.

    Open your Setting…

  • AutoTools 2.0 is now available, featuring web screens, HTML read, and more

    Late last year we saw the introduction of a useful little app called AutoTools, dubbed ‘Tasker Plus” by its developer, Joaomgcd. The AutoTools plugin adds to Tasker’s already large feature set, with the ability to change certain system settings and control different toggles. Joao has been busy working on an upgrade, and now version 2.0 is upon us, which includes web screens, a navigation drawer, and HTML reading capabilities.

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    AutoTools 2.0 is now available, featuring web screens, HTML read, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • This tangle-free Micro-USB cable is just $6 today

    If you’re in the market for a new Micro-USB cable and don’t want to spend a lot on it, Ventev’s 3.3ft option is a perfect one to consider. The cable has a flat, tangle-free design, and right now you can pick one up for just $6.

  • Huawei’s Porsche Design Smartwatch is now available in Europe

    Exclusive version of Huawei’s latest wearable will set you back €795 ($925).

    You could be forgiven for forgetting all about the Huawei Porsche Design Smartwatch, a footnote at the company’s Mobile World Congress press conference back in February. But now the watch is actually available to buy, with the listing on Porsche Design’s official site having quietly gone up in the past 24 hours.

    Porsche Design’s first smartwatch will set you back a cool €795 ($925) — not a huge amount by luxury watch standards, or Porsche Design standards — but around double the cost of the non-PD Huawei Watch Classic, upon which it’s based. There are European and UK SKUs available direct from Porsche Design, but no words when (or if) the watch will be heading to American shores. (The $1,500 Porsche Design Mate 9 never came to the U.S., so maybe don’t hold your breath.)

    Aside from the extra branding and design flair, you’re effectively getting a Huawei Watch 2 Classic with some extr…

  • Nokia’s first Android flagship will be unveiled on August 16

    Nokia 8 will be unveiled in London on August 16.

    Nokia’s re-entry into the world of smartphones via HMD Global saw the brand focus on the budget segment, but the manufacturer’s first flagship running Android will be unveiled next month. As noted by The Verge, HMD Global is sending out media invites for a launch event in London on August 16, where it will unveil its flagship device — the Nokia 8.

    Based on recent leaks, the Nokia 8 will feature dual 13MP cameras at the back with Carl Zeiss optics, along with a 5.3-inch QHD display, snapdragon 835, 4GB or 6GB of RAM, and 64GB storage. The phone is likely to run Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.

    The Nokia 8 will be offered in at least three color options — blue, silver, and gold. Leaked renders show off a design aesthetic similar to Lumias of old, a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button, capacitive navigation keys, and generous bezels. The phone is rumored to cost in the vicinity of $600, and with the launch …

  • Yi’s home and action cameras are now available on Amazon India

    Yi’s products finally make their debut in India.

    You no longer have to go through Chinese resellers to get your hands on Yi Technology’s excellent home and action cameras as the brand is now offering its products directly on Amazon India.

    The Xiaomi-backed manufacturer is currently listing two internet-connected home security cameras — a dome camera with a 720p imaging sensor and 360-degree field of view that retails for ₹4,490 and a 180-degree camera with a 720p sensor for just ₹2,999. The dome camera has pan, zoom, and tilt options, and you can configure it to send alerts if it detects any motion in a room.

    As for action cameras, you can choose between the standard 1080p variant with a 16MP sensor that costs ₹6,999, or the newer model that shoots in 4K. The 4K action camera has a 12MP Sony IMX377 imaging sensor, and will set you back ₹17,999.

    The 4K action camera has a 2.19-inch LCD touchscreen and hooks up to Wi-Fi to wirelessly transfer images….

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