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  • Optoma’s NuForce BE Free8 truly wireless headphones have audiophile sound quality, sweat resistance, and much more [Sponsored Post]

    There are a few reasons you might be hesitant to buy wireless headphones. You might be worried that they have poor battery life, lower audio quality, or could drop the connection. Those concerns might be justified for a bargain basement set of headpho…

  • [Update: Now available] Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact now up for pre-order in the US

    The Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact are arguably Sony’s best-looking phones yet. Unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in February, the latest Sony flagships have rear fingerprint sensors and sport 18:9 displays with far less bezel than we’re accustomed to from Xperia devices.

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    [Update: Now available] Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact now up for pre-order in the US was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The Best Keyboard Replacements for Chromebook and Chromebox

    The best keyboard you can buy for your Chromebook or Chromebox.

    Like any other laptop, your Chromebook works great with an external keyboard. It’s incredibly easy to use an external display, mouse, and keyboard if you work or play from a desk, and Chrome does a great job mirroring to a monitor or having one as an extended display. All you need are the right parts!

    Chrome OS supports any USB (wired or wireless) or Bluetooth keyboard. There are differences in the default keyboard layout across the function keys and the addition of a dedicated search key (the Windows key on a standard 104-key keyboard will act as a search key) but you won’t have any trouble typing out a web search or a term paper. We’ve looked at a lot of keyboards for your Chromebook and Chromebox, and here’s what we think are the best ones to use.

    Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard
    Dell Multimedia Keyboard for Chrome
    Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

    Best overall

    Logitech K380 Multi-Dev…

  • Display notches: The good, the bad, and the (very) ugly

    The war on bezels has been hard-fought, and smartphone makers like Samsung, OnePlus, and Google have made steady progress in their quest to minimize wasted space. The masses have cheered the heroes on as they endeavor to end bezels, but you have to be…

  • Google’s RCS ‘Chat’ plans are actually kind of brilliant

    Improving a standard is way, way better than creating a walled garden. Every time.

    Did you hear? Google is releasing yet another unified messaging app at I/O this year, and is sunsetting the Allo app announced in 2016! How crazy is that?! Does anyone at that company have any clue what they are doing?!?!1!ONE?!!

    Lets all take a deep breath for a moment and catch up.

    Thanks to some absolutely stellar reporting from The Verge, we know Google is finally ready to admit its messaging strategy has not gotten better over the last couple of years. To attack this problem head on, Google appointed the guy who has been steering the Good Ship Photos into its place of dominance. The plan as it stands right now is to finish something Google started back in 2013, which is kill SMS once and for all. Instead of creating a new app and politely asking people to sign up for it, Google is pumping features into the text messaging app you already have on your phone and asking all of the carriers to suppo…

  • How to give your Android home screen a spring cleaning

    Spring is here, so it’s time to get all the clutter and trash off your home screen that’s collected there all year.

    Spring cleaning is upon us, and everyone wants you to take stock of your entire life and throw out half your closet and your whole pantry and ain’t nobody got time for that. Want to get some spring cleaning done that you’ll notice every day? Spring clean your home screen and your app drawer, and it’ll be easier to find apps on your phone and easier to get on with your life. Not to mention, opening your app to a clean, orderly home screen can help bring a sense of order and peace to your life.

    So spring clean the thing you use most during your day: your phone!

    Step 1: Clean up your home screen

    Let’s start with the smallest — and honestly, the more important — step of cleaning up your phone: delete the clutter from your home screens. We have things on our home screen, and we get used to them being on the home screen, but do we really need all these app s…

  • How to give your Android home screen a spring cleaning

    Spring is here, so it’s time to get all the clutter and trash off your home screen that’s collected there all year.

    Spring cleaning is upon us, and everyone wants you to take stock of your entire life and throw out half your closet and your whole pantry and ain’t nobody got time for that. Want to get some spring cleaning done that you’ll notice every day? Spring clean your home screen and your app drawer, and it’ll be easier to find apps on your phone and easier to get on with your life. Not to mention, opening your app to a clean, orderly home screen can help bring a sense of order and peace to your life.

    So spring clean the thing you use most during your day: your phone!

    Step 1: Clean up your home screen

    Let’s start with the smallest — and honestly, the more important — step of cleaning up your phone: delete the clutter from your home screens. We have things on our home screen, and we get used to them being on the home screen, but do we really need all these app s…

  • LG G7 ThinQ will have a Google Assistant hardware button

    Renders of the forthcoming LG G7 ThinQ cropped up earlier this month, showing the phone to have four hardware buttons. Power, volume up, and volume down are obvious, but the fourth, we speculated, could be something like Samsung’s Bixby button. We wer…

  • AT&T cuts the prices of its best prepaid plans by $10/month

    There’s also better multi-line discounts.

    AT&T’s prepaid plans are a great way to get reliable service without having to mess with pesky contracts, and today they’re getting even better with lower monthly rates for people that sign up for automatic billing through AutoPay.

    For $50/month, AT&T will sell you unlimited talk and text with 8GB of high-speed data. Starting today, customers that enroll in AutoPay will be able to take that price down to just $40/month. Additionally, the $65/month Unlimited plan is getting an increased AutoPay discount from $5 up to $10 – bringing the final price down to just $55/month.

    Speaking of unlimited plans, the $85/month one (which can be taken down to $75/month with AutoPay) is getting upgraded to 10GB of monthly hotspot use each month from the previous 6GB allotment.

    Lastly, AT&T is increasing its multi-line discounts. Paying for two active lines now sees a $10/month discount (up from $5/month) and four active lines now gets a …

  • Files Go updated with navigation drawer, other tweaks [APK Download]

    Since it was released late last year, Google has steadily been adding new functionality to Files Go, its smart file manager. Most recently, we’ve seen additions such as file search and better notifications, a beta channel, and Google Drive file backup. The latest change involves a move to a navigation drawer, along with a couple of other adjustments.

     

    left: Old. right: New.

    Older versions of Files Go used a simple three-dot menu with two buttons: ‘Settings’ and ‘Help & feedback.’ That’s now gone, and Google has transitioned to a more traditional hamburger menu on the left.

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    Files Go updated with navigation drawer, other tweaks [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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