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  • Firebase announces new in-app messaging capabilities, enhancements to the console and Crashlytics services, and more

    A big new set of services began rolling out to Firebase users today. Google’s mainstream service for push messaging and other app services just announced an assortment of new capabilities. The big addition in this update is a new in-app messaging feat…

  • Latest update to Fortnite appears to fix its biggest performance issues

    The hottest game of 2018 has finally arrived on Android.

    Fortnite has been blowing up lately. Millions of people have become obsessed with the game, both as players and just watching popular Twitch streamers play the game.

    Interested to learn more about what the heck Fortnite is all about? Just keep reading.

    What’s new with Fortnite?

    August 16, 2018 — Update v5.21 addresses Fortnite’s poor performance on most Android phones

    On the same day that Fornite started rolling out for non-Samsung Galaxy devices, the Fortnite devs took to Twitter to acknowledge stability issues with the app on devices with 4GB of RAM — which describes almost all Android phones that Fortnite is currently available on.

    We have seen reports that some players on 4GB Android devices are encountering an issue causing poor performance. This is due to multiple background applications running–leaving the device without enough memory for Fortnite. We are investigating and working on a fix!—…

  • Niantic Kids Parent Portal brings new child-oversight controls to ‘Pokémon Go’

    “Pokémon Go” developer Niantic Labs has announced that it’s partnered with kid-focused web service company SuperAwesome to create a new platform called Niantic Kids Parent Portal. With it, parents can manage accounts for their kids, “review and approve [their] child’s permissions,” and control what information about the child is shared.

    Aside from location data — which generally isn’t visible to other players — not a whole lot of personal information is shared in “Pokémon Go.” Still, it’s reasonable that parents would want some extra peace of mind about young kids’ online gaming experiences.

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    Niantic Kids Parent Portal brings new child-oversight controls to ‘Pokémon Go’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Step up your Wi-Fi with 20% off TP-Link routers, range extenders, and more

    No more weak signals.

    Follow this link or use the code 20TPLINK to save 20% on a selection of TP-Link tools designed to increase, extend, and enhance your wireless signal at home.

    With this deal you can get TP-Link’s Deco 3-pack mesh networking system for $157.71 total. That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen on the Deco, which we’ve shared a few deals on before. It can cover up to 4,500 square feet of your home in a strong, wireless blanket. It’s easy to setup and is covered by a two-year warranty.

    TP-Link’s AC1350 MU-MIMO smart wireless gaming router is down to $158.39 with this promotion. It normally sells for around $200. The router can work with some of the fastest speeds around and has technology integrated into it to help with multiple devices on the same network and Internet protection like anti-virus. It even works with Alexa so you can do things like create guest passwords with your voice.

    Check out the full sale for everything else being discounted today.

    See on Amazon…

  • Samsung Brazil tried passing two stock photos off as Galaxy A8 camera samples

    Remember when Huawei tried passing a photo from a $4,500 camera off as one from the then-new P9? Samsung Brazil’s just done the same thing, but with a lot less justification, by attempting to pass a stock photo off as a sample from the Galaxy A8’s front-facing camera – twice.

    Quer enganar quem, @SamsungBrasil? pic.twitter.com/Xy7b2dsRcz

    — Fᴇʟɪᴘᴇʀᴀs (@feliperas) August 16, 2018

    It’s clear that Samsung intended to mislead. When translated, the caption on Samsung’s tweet (which has since been deleted) reads:

    A dating registered in many selfies.

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    Samsung Brazil tried passing two stock photos off as Galaxy A8 camera samples was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Confidential Mode comes to Gmail Android app

    Google’s big Gmail redesign earlier this year added a handful of new features, including Confidential Mode. The Android app hasn’t gotten all the new Gmail tools, but Confidential Mode is rolling out today. You don’t even need to update the app—just take a peek in the menu.

    Confidential Mode sends emails that self-destruct after a given length of time. For other Gmail users, these emails appear in Gmail like other messages.

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    Confidential Mode comes to Gmail Android app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • New Google Express stores arrive by the dozens, as expansion continues unrestrained

    It hasn’t even been two weeks since we last shared with you a list of the latest retail partners to sign up with Google Express. The company’s online-shopping platform has seen some tremendous growth over the course of the past few months, but the pace really feels like it’s been picking up lately.

    Compared to recent batches of new Google Express stores, this new one is a little more limited — a large portion of the new additions are coming up as “outside your delivery area” for us.

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    New Google Express stores arrive by the dozens, as expansion continues unrestrained was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Philips Hue kits, USB-C adapters, and more are discounted today

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    We found plenty of great deals today that include big discounts on a Philips Hue smart lighting kit, a USB-C 5-in-1 adapter, PNY’s portable SSDs, and more!

    View the rest of the deals

    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • What are Fortnite V-Bucks and what’s the best way to spend them?

    The gear you buy in Fortnite is all a matter of status.

    To say that Fortnite is a big deal in the gaming industry right now is a bit of an understatement. It’s now available across all platforms and, as reported by Forbes, regularly rakes in over $100 million on a monthly basis.

    That’s a ton of money being pumped into a video game which must beg the question: what’s the smartest way to spend money in Fortnite?

    How much is a V-Buck?

    Before we talk about getting the best value out of your V-Buck, we should first break down the value attached to the currency itself. The smallest amount you can buy is 1,000 V-Bucks for $10, so that sets the base value of a single V-Buck around one cent, although you won’t find anything in the Fortnite store for less than 500 V-Bucks. That makes the base in-app purchase around $5. Of course, Canadians and anyone living outside the U.S. will end up paying more based on the currency exchange rate.

    Here are the pricing levels for buying V-Bucks via in…

  • Report: Google to open its first flagship retail store in Chicago

    Google’s most frequent corporate comparison is Apple, but one significant difference between the two tech titans is their differing retail presence. Although Google has occasionally had pop-up stores and some limited existence inside other retailers like Best Buy and Curry’s, it’s never had its own dedicated retail stores—though it was previously rumored to be working on a set in India. But, according to a report by the Chicago Tribune, Google may be close to finalizing a lease alleged to be used for a new retail flagship in Chicago’s Fulton Market district.

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    Report: Google to open its first flagship retail store in Chicago was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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