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  • OxygenOS Open Beta 2 (8.0 Oreo) released for OnePlus 5

     

    It’s been less than a month since the first Android Oreo Open Beta for the OnePlus 5 landed, and already the company is releasing its second beta. This time around you don’t have a substantially new version of Android to look forward to, but there is a pile of fixes and improvements to dig into.

    The full changelog for Open Beta 2, which is almost entirely bugfixes or incremental changes, is just below:

    What’s new:

    Launcher

    • Fixed widget issues
    • Fixed shortcut issues

    Camera

    • UI improvements

    File Manager

    • Added f4v format in video category
    • Speed improvements while deleting massive files

    System

    • Improvements for Reading Mode
    • Improvements for vibration
    • Improvements for Bluetooth audio
    • Fixed Parallel Apps bugs
    • Fixed reboot issue when using Picture in Picture
    • Updated Android security patch to November
    • General bug fixes and stability improvements

    If you’ve already migrated to the Open Betas, you should receive an OTA update to this version soon.

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    OxygenOS Open Beta 2 (8.0 Oreo) released for OnePlus 5 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR headset gets Last Jedi content

    Available January 2018.

    There’s no shortage of Star Wars-themed everything no matter where you look right now, and in November, Lenovo released its Star Wars: Jedi Challenges headset that lets you battle Darth Vader in augmented reality, play HoloChess, and more. Alongside the release of The Last Jedi, Lenovo announced its first expansion for Jedi Challenges that’ll add three main pieces of new content for users to check out.

    The best part of Jedi Challenges is arguably Lightsaber Duel mode, and The Last Jedi expansion will allow users to battle two enemies at once for the first time ever. You’ll be fighting Supreme Leader Snoke’s Praetorian Guards, and if they put up a fight like they do in the movie, they’re going to be a formidable challenge.

    Strategic Combat mode is also getting three new challenges that are all set on Crait (one of the new planets introduces with The Last Jedi), and Assault mode will be outfitted with a First Order Stormtrooper Executioner, Riot Controller St…

  • Android 8.1 may have made the Pixel 2 XL’s fingerprint unlock slower for some

    Have you noticed that it takes just a bit longer to unlock your Pixel 2 XL when you use the fingerprint reader? If so, you aren’t alone. In the last few weeks since the update, there have been multiple reports that the Pixel 2 XL takes about a second longer to unlock the device when using the fingerprint reader. The good news is that Google is looking into it. 

    Fingerprint unlock in slow motion on Android 8.1 (left) and 8.0 (right)

    Thankfully it isn’t a very severe problem, as the only disadvantage is the extra bit of time it takes to use your phone, but compared to the nearly-instantaneous unlocking the Pixel 2 XL previously had, it is a bit unfortunate.

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    Android 8.1 may have made the Pixel 2 XL’s fingerprint unlock slower for some was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Poll: What type of tech gear makes the best Christmas present?

    The holidays are upon us, and there a lot of options to choose from when it comes to tech gifts thanks to the rise of smart home gadgets, wearable gear and VR headsets.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Geeky Decor Gift Guide

    Geek out this holiday season with Team Thrifter’s selection of favorite Geeky Decor. From Super Mario Bros. canvas art to Hogwarts Express bookends, there’s sure to be something to please the mega-fan in your life.

    Razor Firefly – mousepad with custom lightingStill rocking that boring mouse pad you bought for $2 in the early 90s? Upgrade to one with custom lighting underneath. Game in style.Amazon$39.99WishlistLegend of Zelda – Link Canvas Art setAny good gaming room needs good gaming art, and this canvas art featuring Link from Legend of Zelda will class up your wall.Etsy$64.99WishlistLEGO Minifigures Display CaseMinifigs are people, too! Don’t throw your star players into the giant bucket with all the other Lego pieces. Keep them on display so you’ll have access to them when your imagination calls.Amazon$29.00WishlistFunko POP! Marvel: Dancing Groot Bobble Action FigureBaby Groot was the best thing to come out of Guardians of the Galaxy and is probably the only reason any of u…

  • Deal: Misfit Vapor smartwatch now available on Amazon for just $140

    The Misfit Vapor is finally available to purchase on Amazon, and at a discount of $60!

    The Misfit Vapor has been available for purchase through Misfit’s website since October 31, but if you’ve been wanting to buy the watch through Amazon, that’s been a different story. Some customers were able to buy the Vapor on Amazon when it was initially listed, but it was quickly removed and shipments never went out.

    Misfit issued a statement in November saying that it’d be sending units to Amazon in December, and now that we’re halfway through the month, it looks like Misfit followed through.

    You can now purchase the Misfit Vapor on Amazon, but rather than selling for its regular price of $199, you can pick it up for just $140. It’s unclear how long this discount will be available for, but $140 is not a bad deal at all.

    You won’t find any features like NFC or GPS on the Vapor, but what it does offer is Android Wear 2.0, a 1.39-inch AMOLED display, Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, and even wa…

  • Kernel source code was just released for the Razer Phone

    The lifecycle of device modification usually goes a little like this: a phone gets released with an unlockable bootloader -> that phone’s kernel source gets released -> the same phone then gets increased developer attention resulting in custom kernels and ROMs. Today the Razer Phone has hit that intermediate milestone, and the source code for its kernel has been released to the public as per the terms of the GPL.

    For most of us this probably isn’t a big deal, but if you’re an enthusiast that gets excited about rooting and ROMing their devices and you happened to pick up a Razer Phone, this is excellent news.

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    Kernel source code was just released for the Razer Phone was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google is shutting down Project Tango

    Project Tango was Google’s first attempt to bring a solid augmented-reality experience to the average user. It relied on an array of cameras and sensors to accurately map 3D areas, which led the (few) devices supporting Tango to be rather large and expensive. Today, Google announced that it is ending support for the platform.

    The official Twitter account for Tango announced the shutdown earlier today:

    We’re turning down support for Tango on March 1, 2018.

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    Google is shutting down Project Tango was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google is shutting down Project Tango

    Project Tango was Google’s first attempt to bring a solid augmented-reality experience to the average user. It relied on an array of cameras and sensors to accurately map 3D areas, which led the (few) devices supporting Tango to be rather large and expensive. Today, Google announced that it is ending support for the platform.

    The official Twitter account for Tango announced the shutdown earlier today:

    We’re turning down support for Tango on March 1, 2018.

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    Google is shutting down Project Tango was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Set your away message to ‘RIP’ because AIM is officially dead today

    Anyone who grew up on the internet prior to the smartphone era has probably spent a lot of time on AOL Instant Messenger, or AIM in the common vernacular. AIM made sense in that world, but not anymore. True to its previous announcement, AIM has gone offline today.

    AIM was a big part of our lives in years past. See, back in the day, we didn’t all have devices in our pockets that could send an unlimited number of messages at a moment’s notice.

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    Set your away message to ‘RIP’ because AIM is officially dead today was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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