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  • Twitter quietly added Notification Channel support to its Android app

    One of the new features in Android 8.0 Oreo was Notification Channels. This gives users the ability to toggle categories of app notifications from the Android settings. WhatsApp was the latest high-profile app to add support for the feature, and now i…

  • Best apps for Fitbit Ionic

    The Fitbit Ionic’s app selection is growing all the time, and these are a few of my favorites.

    When the Fitbit Ionic first launched last September, the app selection was a bit barren. Big names like Starbucks, Pandora, and Strava were there, but there wasn’t much of anything else. However, following a lot of developer support, that’s started to change. The Ionic received its first major update in early December, and with this brought a host of new watch faces and apps to check out.

    If you own a Fitbit Ionic, these are the apps that deserve a place on your wrist.

    Barcodes

    One of the apps that launched on the Ionic right out of the box was Starbucks. It still works perfectly fine by allowing you to have your Starbucks card live on your wrist, but that’s about all it does. Barcodes is a similar app, but it takes things a step further.

    In addition to being able to store your Starbucks card on Barcodes, you can also add your gym membership, student ID, rewards card for the grocery …

  • Firefox 58 hits the stable channel, includes support for Progressive Web Apps and FLAC playback [APK Download]

    We’ve been hearing about Firefox version 58 for a while now, first with news back in October last year that it would offer Progressive Web Apps – letting you add web pages to your home screen that work like native apps. That functionality arrived in the beta channel in November, along with FLAC support plus Bengali and Nepali locales. All of this is now coming to the stable release, which is beginning to roll out to users.

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  • Android One: Everything You Need to Know

    Google has changed it strategy for bringing Android to ‘the next billion’ users, and it’s gotten better.

    Depending on where you live, “Android One” means something different. It will also have varying levels of importance — if you’ve heard about it at all, that is. Android One is a Google initiative that’s been around since 2014, and though the goal of the program has changed since it launched it still remains an important part of Google’s strategy of bringing a cleaner, more consistent Android experience to more people around the world.

    Here’s everything you need to know about Android One — past, present and future.

    Where Android One began

    When it was first introduced back in 2014, Android One was a distinct version of Android designed for low-end phones in developing countries. But the program went beyond just software — it was truly a software and hardware partnership with Google helping a variety of manufacturers like Micromax, Spice, Karbonn, Mito, Nexian…

  • Nokia 10 may get a surprise multi-lens camera

    While we wait to get our hands on the Nokia 9, we get the first rumors about the Nokia 10 which seem to impress everyone with a surprising camera.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Nokia 10 may get a surprise multi-lens camera

    While we wait to get our hands on the Nokia 9, we get the first rumors about the Nokia 10 which seem to impress everyone with a surprising camera.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • What smartphone are you carrying right now?

    These are the phones our forum members carry on a daily basis.

    If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, it’s awfully hard these days to buy something that you’ll be disappointed with. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is an excellent handset for people that want a phone that can do everything (and then some), the Google Pixel 2 has the best camera ever seen on a phone, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro offers stupendous battery life, etc., etc.

    The options that are available to you are more than abundant, and as such, it’s interesting to learn about which phones other Android fans carry and why they chose the phone they did.

    These are the phones some of our forum users choose to rock.

    Armeniandave
    01-20-2018 06:35 PM

    I switch between the pixel 2 XL and the essential phone. Essential phone is hands down the best feeling phone I’ve ever had but the camera and reception are what bring me back to my pixel. When I know I’ll h…

  • Putting Google Assistant in everything is easy — getting everything *else* in there is hard

    Now that Google and Qualcomm have the silicon worked out, it’s time to get (really) serious about the services.

    It sure didn’t take Google too long to reach parity with Amazon on the hardware front, did it? Consider how long the Amazon Echo has been around. Decades, right? (OK, just a few years now — the OG Echo was released in limited numbers at the end of 2014.) Google Home has been around for a year and change. Both pretty much do the same thing at this point, with some of the smarts built in by their respective companies.

    But the real genius in products like Alexa and Google Home (I’m mixing hardware and software metaphors here, but stick with me) comes with enabling other companies to tie in their own products and services. As we knew from day one it was really going to be all about the APIs. Amazon calls them “Skills.” Google calls them “Actions.” There’s a fundamental difference between the two — Google’s tend to be a little more hidden than Amazon’s, whi…

  • Kids can use VR, but be careful

    You aren’t going to harm your child by letting them check out VR.

    There are few adults out there who climb inside of a VR headset and aren’t smiling the whole time. Fully immersing yourself in a virtual environment is an incredible experience, and the wonder we see from those experiences is a big part of why we’re here. Everyone should have the opportunity to explore VR, especially right now when developers are trying so hard to encourage new experiences at every turn. What about our kids, though? Is it safe for children to use any of these VR headsets? If so, what are the rules for making sure they are using these headsets safely? We’ve asked these questions repeatedly over the last year, especially with Google Cardboard offering experiences to classrooms and headsets like the Merge Mini specifically targeting children.

    The good news is your child is just fine to use VR, but you’re going to want to step in and make sure everything is safe before letting kids wander off into the vi…

  • Sphero forced to make staff cuts following disappointing holiday sales

    Interactive toy-maker Sphero appeared to all the world as though it was in fine shape as the holiday season approached last year. Thanks to licensing deals with Disney and Marvel spawning a range of remote control Star Wars robots and an app-enabled S…

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