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  • [Update: Live again, with updated codes] Deal Alert: Caseology is having a sale on Amazon, including $4 cases for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

    Caseology is a trusted and well-reviewed case maker, so a sale of its products on Amazon may well be of interest to some of you. Particularly those of you who’ve so far managed not to break that beautiful screen on your Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+, as there are cases for those devices starting at $4, as well as many others.

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    [Update: Live again, with updated codes] Deal Alert: Caseology is having a sale on Amazon, including $4 cases for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Huawei CEO drops first hints on Mate 10

    Richard Yu promises high screen-to-body ratio and strong cameras for Mate 10, says Huawei will be ‘giving up’ on low-end phones.

    In an interview with Bloomberg Technology covering the company’s growth over the past year, Huawei’s Consumer Business Group CEO, Richard Yu, dropped some early hints on what we can expect from its next flagship phone.

    “We will have an even more powerful product [than the next iPhone]” Yu said in an interview. “The Mate 10, which has much longer battery life with a full-screen display, quicker changing speed, better photographing capability and many other features that will help us compete with Apple.”

    A “full-screen display” likely refers to an almost bezel-free display, of the kind popularized throughout 2017. (AC understands that at least one of two planned Mate 10 variants will feature an impressive, near-bezelless screen.) Photography has been a major focus for Huawei over the past couple of years, through its partnership with Leica and move to …

  • Essential offers a sneak peek at its camera capabilities

    Essential Phone’s dual camera setup explained in company blog post.

    Between all their various space, cost and computation constraints, smartphone cameras are hard. Producing great photos from a tiny lens and sensor in a pocket-sized device is a serious challenge, even at the high end.

    Essential, makers of the Essential Phone is one of the many manufacturers adopting a dual rear camera system in its handset, with one sensor capturing color detail and another capturing monochrome images for improved clarity.

    Yazhu Ling, lead image quality engineer at the Andy Rubin-led startup, walks through exactly how this dual camera setup works in a new post on the Essential company blog:

    The first rear-camera is designed for color, and like most cameras, it applies a red, green, or blue color filter at different pixel locations, and then assigns that pixel a value. As a result, the camera must interpolate the neighboring pixels to produce the final image. What does this mean? If only some o…

  • You can now order an unlocked Moto Z2 Play

    The unlocked Moto Z2 Play is coming soon.

    After nearly two months as a Verizon exclusive, the Moto Z2 Play is soon going to be available unlocked directly from Motorola for $499.

    The version you’ll soon be able to buy is $91 more expensive than the aforementioned Verizon variant, but it lacks bloatware and is compatible with all four major U.S. carriers — AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and, yes, Verizon — making it much more versatile. It also comes with an extra gigabyte of RAM, bringing it to 4GB altogether, along with double the storage at 64GB, making it considerably more future-proofed than the Verizon model.

    Here’s what I said about it back in early June:

    I love this phone. I don’t even want to go back to my Samsung Galaxy S8 right now because the Moto Z2 Play does everything I need it to, and has the deep (and growing deeper) Moto Mods ecosystem to help do what it can’t out of the box. That’s great.

    I am also aware that the phone is probably too expensive, …

  • [Deal Alert] Amazon has the Netgear Arlo Q security camera for $116.11 ($103.88 off)

    If you’re in the market for a security camera, then I’ve got the deal for you… well, technically, it’s Amazon who has it. Those kinds of details are not important right now; what matters is that you can get an Arlo Q for just $116.11. That means tha…

  • i.am+ has purchased Wink, the smart home hub company, from Flextronics

    Wink is a name that’s decently well-known in the smart home space. Previously owned by the ill-fated Quirky, the home automation company got pawned off to Flextronics. Now, Wink will be joining i.am+, the firm founded by entertainer will.i.am. The sum…

  • [Deal Alert] Get a Verizon/unlocked Pixel refurb for $399.99, Pixel XL for $499.99

    Despite being nearly a year old, Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL still haven’t seen very many non-carrier related discounts. It’s honestly pretty impressive how well they’ve held their value, but that’s not good news for those of you who don’t want to pay…

  • Google is recruiting Google+ beta testers

    Do you have unusually strong opinions about Google+ and what Google should be doing with it? Then today is your lucky day. Google is seeking people to help test new features and give feedback on the direction of G+. Not all who apply will be accepted, though.

    This program is more involved than a Play Store beta test. If you sign up for Google’s program, you will be granted early access to new features on Google+.

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    Google is recruiting Google+ beta testers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How BMW is speeding up its digital revolution and preparing for the self-driving car

    BMW cars have a smart feature that runs through an app on your tphone: BMW Connected. The first step towards a fully automated self-driving car, is this the right move?(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Post-apocalyptic survival RPG ‘NEO Scavenger’ just snuck onto the Play Store

    Popular PC survival roguelike NEO Scavenger has just been released onto the Play Store, and you can try it out for free for an unlimited amount of time. While the demo has limited some features, you can unlock the full version for $9.99 through the game’s only in-app purchase. So if you are looking for a new roguelike that allows you to survive in a post-apocalyptic world, NEO Scavenger may just be what you are looking for.

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    Post-apocalyptic survival RPG ‘NEO Scavenger’ just snuck onto the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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