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  • Verizon discontinues the Wear24 smartwatch after just 4 months

    Verizon announced its very own Android Wear smartwatch earlier this year, powered by its LTE network. It started selling the Wear24 in May for $300 on contract and $350 without one. That seemed like an interesting proposition when consumers have shown little interest even in cheap smartwatches. Verizon didn’t let this product languish too long, though. We’ve confirmed with the carrier that Wear24 is dead.

    Verizon didn’t actually announce the smartwatch was going away.

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    Verizon discontinues the Wear24 smartwatch after just 4 months was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google extends Nexus 5X and 6P security updates until Nov. 2018

    Google has updated its ‘Minimum update & support period’ to show an extra couple of months for the Nexus 6P and 5X.

    Back when Google began separating out security patches from platform updates, it established a cadence for its Nexus line that stands true today: two years for platform updates — in other words, two major releases — and three years for security patches, rolled out monthly.

    It appears that, for some reason, Google has decided to extend the security update portion of the Nexus 5X and 6P. As first spotted by Droid Life, both phones will receive security patches until November 2018, two months longer than originally planned. While the extension could be because one of Google’s vendor partners — say, Qualcomm — extended its contract, it’s also possible that the change is merely because Google can do it, so it is. Neither phone is expected to be upgraded to Android P when it debuts next year, so Google likely wants them to be as stable on Oreo as…

  • Genesis, the luxury arm of Hyundai, now does personal test drives via an app

    Hyundai has been pushing the tech envelope when it comes to its new luxury brand Genesis. The company recently rolled out support for Google Assistant, but now you can even arrange for a test drive from the convenience of the Genesis Valet app. There’…

  • Finally: Google is preparing to add reminders to Google Home

    Since its release nearly a year ago, Google has continued to add more functionality to the Google Home smart speaker. Some of the new features include voice calling in the US and Canada, user-definable shortcuts, and automatic audio ducking on casted …

  • LineageOS now available for Xperia Z, Xperia Z3+, LG G Pad 7.0, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, and more

    One of the best parts of LineageOS (and its predecessor, CyanogenMod) is that it can breathe life into older devices. Some phones and tablets can end up with several more years of Android updates thanks to the ROM community. Since we last looked at Li…

  • This $48 Yi Home Camera records in 1080p with night vision and motion detection

    Get 1080p video recording, night vision, and a monitor for your baby at one of its lowest prices ever!

    The Yi 1080p wireless home security camera is down to $47.99 with code YIHOMEST on Amazon. Make sure the seller is “Yi Technology” for the code to work. This camera usually sells at $60 and has never gone this low through a direct price drop.

    We have shared deals on a different version of this camera, but that one does not go up to 1080p.

    This camera not only comes with a motion sensor but it can also activate when it detects a baby crying, making it useful as a baby monitor. Night vision allows you to view a live feed of your child’s room without disturbing them when they’re sleeping. The camera works with the Yi Home app to send alerts directly to your phone or computer. The Yi Home app lets you view up to four live camera feeds at a time. Plus, with a two-way microphone system, you can give commands through the camera or engage in a conversation with someone on the other side …

  • Google Maps v9.62 relocates layer modes to FAB and adds dedicated tab for videos, prepares enhanced commuting features and more [APK Teardown]

    Google Maps is one of the most feature-packed apps in existence, and fitting everything into easily reachable places is a challenge that requires regular changes. The latest update to v9.62 makes a big move by pulling the layer modes out of the naviga…

  • Motorola releases camera tuning app for the upcoming Moto X4

    It’s common for device makers to tweak the performance of a phone’s camera after release, but it usually requires a full software update. However, last year Motorola used an app in the Play Store to make changes to the Moto G4’s camera. It looks like the company is taking a similar approach to managing the camera on its upcoming Moto X4. A tuning app for that phone is live right now ahead of the phone’s official launch.

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    Motorola releases camera tuning app for the upcoming Moto X4 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to switch the navigation button placement on the Galaxy Note 8

    If you don’t like the order of your navigation bar, just change it!

    The Galaxy Note 8, like the Galaxy S8 before it, uses virtual navigation buttons — a big change, after years of capacitive buttons on Samsung devices. But the default orientation places the back button to the right of the home button. If you’re not a fan of the default settings, there is a way to change it, and a few things you can do to customize what your navigation bar looks like. We’ve got the details on how to adjust your navigation bar so that it looks the way you want it to.

    How to switch placement of navigational buttons
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    How to switch placement of navigational buttons

    While the navigation buttons on your Note 8 are set to a default order of Recent – Home – Back, you can adjust this order. You don’t have full autonomy over which buttons go in which order, but you can choose between the default or Back – Home – Recent.

    Open Settings.
    Tap Disp…

  • [Update: Last day to enter] Giveaway: Win one of 10 Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD battery banks [US, UK, FR, DE]

    I’m willing to bet you have a portable device that has to be recharged occasionally. And when you’re away from an outlet for extended periods of time (or your device can’t last long without a recharge), portable batteries are a must-have. Anker is one…

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