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  • Weekend poll: What do you consider to be ‘good’ battery life?

    Battery life is a highly subjective thing. For some, getting 3-4 hours of screen-on time is more than adequate, others don’t consider anything short of 6 to be enough. Even though I’m probably on my phone more often than most (since it’s kinda my job)…

  • Mercedes adds fingerprint support to its otherwise-terrible app

    If you have a recent Mercedes-Benz, you may have used the ‘Mercedes me’ app. It allows you to manage your car remotely, including starting the engine (2016 models or newer) and locking/unlocking the doors. The app currently has an average rating of 2.1 stars on the Play store, with the vast majority of reviews being one star.

    While I can’t say for certain if the app’s basic functionality has improved at all (I don’t own a Benz), Mercedes has quietly added an important feature – fingerprint support.

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    Mercedes adds fingerprint support to its otherwise-terrible app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google Photos isn’t showing recently backed up images for some

    Google Photos is probably one of the most renowned products the company has ever made. But, right now some people are having a bit of trouble with it. For many, images uploaded to the service since October 17th aren’t appearing on the Google Photos website, although the images are being backed up and can be accessed via Google Drive. 

    I’m one of those affected by this problem, and from the plethora of posts to the Google Photos product forums, I’m not alone.

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    Google Photos isn’t showing recently backed up images for some was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Engage your kids with Amazon’s Fire HD 8 tablet for just $100

    Buy one, buy two, save no matter what you do! Yay rhyme.

    Is this deal for me?

    The Amazon Fire HD 8 32GB Kids Edition tablet is down to $99.99 on Amazon. Its regular street price is $130. It has only dropped to $80 once before back in August. You can also get the Amazon Fire 7 for $80. It’s on sale from its normal $100 price.

    If you’ve got more than one kid and don’t want them to fight over one, Amazon is also discounting two packs. The Fire HD 8 two pack is $179.98, down from $260. The Fire 7 two-pack is $149.98, down from $200. Both two-packs are available in a variety of colors.

    Features of the Fire HD 8 include:

    One-year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited and a Kid-Proof Case
    Not a toy, a full-featured Fire HD 8 tablet with a vibrant HD display, 32 GB internal storage, and up to 12 hours of mixed-use battery life. Add a microSD card for up to 256 GB of expandable storage.
    2-year worry-free guarantee: if they break it, return it and we’ll replace it for free. No questions asked.

  • [Deal Alert] Galaxy Note8, S8+, and S8 are up to $250 off at Best Buy for AT&T and Verizon customers

    Samsung’s Galaxy Note8, S8+, and S8 may be enjoying a small bump in interest from consumers who are growing increasingly wary of the Pixel 2 and 2 XL. So it seems Best Buy is striking while the iron of worry is hot by offering $250 off each of these three Samsung smartphones if activated on Verizon, and $200 off each of them if activated on AT&T.

    The Note8 boasts a stellar 6.3″ 18.5:9 1440×2960 Super AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 835, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, a dual 12MP main camera, an 8MP front-facing camera, and a 3,300mAh battery.

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    [Deal Alert] Galaxy Note8, S8+, and S8 are up to $250 off at Best Buy for AT&T and Verizon customers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Does the Google Pixel 2 XL have a screen burn-in problem?

    This isn’t a great sign.

    Consternation surrounding the display in the Google Pixel 2 XL is well known at this point, and to be honest most of it has been pretty overblown. But we have something new to talk about now: screen burn-in. It’s something people with OLED screens worry about (to varying degrees) and something people who prefer LCDs like to poke fun about. But one of our Pixel 2 XL review units, in use for about a week, is already seeing some pretty crazy levels of burn-in.

    That’s some pretty wild OLED burn-in on the Pixel 2 XL after maybe 7 days of full-time use pic.twitter.com/EPJTs6D0Kg— Alex Dobie (@alexdobie) October 22, 2017

    Viewing a grey image on the screen, you get a clear look at where the navigation bar has started to settle in on the display. You also interestingly see the portions of pixels where the back, home, and recents buttons go — those don’t seem to be burned in themselves (displaying white instead of black), but the outlines clearly show wh…

  • Poll Results: Galaxy Note 8 is your dream phablet

    Google’s Pixel 2 XL aims to become the phablet of choice for high-end users, but most users are still in love with the Samsung Note 8.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • [Update: Amazon, too] Deal alert: Get the Essential Phone for $100 off ($599) from Best Buy

    The Essential Phone marked Andy Rubin’s return to the Android world, but it was wasn’t received well by everyone. The mediocre camera, lack of a headphone jack, and the high price tag made it a hard sell for many.

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    [Update: Amazon, too] Deal alert: Get the Essential Phone for $100 off ($599) from Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Heavy Duty Cases for Amazon Fire Tablets

    What’s the best Amazon Fire case for kids? The one that keeps it in one piece!

    With Amazon recently announcing a new refresh for its Fire tablet line, it’s time to consider upgrading to the latest and greatest. But what to do with your old tablet?

    Slap on a kid-proof case and let your kids have fun with a tablet of their very own!

    Fintie Casebot Honey Comb Series
    Topsky heavy duty case
    Avawo convertible handle stand
    Tinkle One EVA case
    EpicGadget hybrid case
    Amazon FreeTime
    Moko case
    Bear Motion

    Fintie Casebot Honey Comb Series

    Bouncy, durable, flexible silicone is totally the way to go if you have kids who can’t wait to get their sticky mitts all over your Amazon Fire.

    The honeycomb design helps to disperse the force of impact, so that your Fire stays in one piece when dropped from a short height. It wraps around the front of your tablet to protect the bezel and create a bumper between your screen and whatever your kid happens to lay it down on.

    Comes in 10 colors and only…

  • From the Editor’s Desk: Android 8.1 and Oreo’s AI future

    Pixel Visual Core and Mate 10 event offer clues about what’s next for Android and AI.

    Google hasn’t yet (explicitly) announced Android 8.1 Oreo. But reading between the lines of two recent Android announcements, it gives us a small glimpse of the first Oreo maintenance release. Most significantly, expect a major focus on AI APIs that could bring exciting new features for Google Pixel 2 and Huawei Mate 10 owners.

    For starters, we’re about due an Android maintenance release before the end of the year. Just as Android 7.1 landed (for non-Pixels) in December of 2016, an 8.1 launch before the holidays would see Google maintaining the cadence of quarterly MRs that has been established through 2017.

    The first Oreo MR will be an 8.1 (as opposed to 8.0.1) mainly because of new the new APIs it’ll bring. Historically, a new API level almost always brings a 0.1 version bump for Android, for versions that aren’t also a whole new ‘dessert’ release.

    How do we know there are new APIs coming? A…

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