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  • Google seems to have locked the Pixel Launcher’s install count to ‘1-5’ in the Play Store [Update]

    The Pixel Launcher comes pre-installed on Pixel phones, but it’s also listed in the Play Store for easy updates. However, Google appears to have made an unusual change to the app listing there. It no longer shows the actual number of installs. Instead, it’s locked to the smallest “1-5” group.

    There are two possibilities here.

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    Google seems to have locked the Pixel Launcher’s install count to ‘1-5’ in the Play Store [Update] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Deck your phone with these ho-ho-holiday wallpapers

    A holiday poem, and some wallpapers, too!

    ‘Tis two weeks before Christmas,

    So time to deck the halls.

    We’ve decked the tree and the car,

    And the ceilings and the walls.

    But we’ve missed something special,

    For your desktop is bare.

    Time to get a festive wallpaper,

    For your Android phone to wear.

    So enjoy these sweet walls,

    Some cute and some merry.

    And happy holidays from AC,

    Time to steal some rum from Jerry!

    The Nutcracker

    You say Christmas and millions of people immediately start hearing Tchaikovsky, and it’s little wonder. There just might be more renditions of The Nutcracker this time of year than there are tellings of the nativity story. Eleven months of the year, most Americans scoff at ballet tickets, but Christmas comes around and everyone comes around to watch the dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. This illustration features toy soldiers trumpeting their prince’s return and the oft-overlooked Christmas Angels, which help guide Clara and the Nutcracker Prince th…

  • Actor Theo Rossi shares his thoughts on VR!

    Take a look at the other side of working around VR.

    While the current excitement in the world of VR is gaming, especially with titles like Fallout and Doom hitting the shelves, the world of VR video continues to grow at an incredible pace. I was recently invited to attend an event on Samsung’s journey so far with the Gear VR, and sat down with actor and philanthropist Theo Rossi to talk about his recent experiences on the other side of this new kind of camera.

    Read more at VRHeads!

  • Google Backup & Sync for desktop gets a big update with ignored file types, photo/video-only sync, and more

    Google completely revamped the desktop Google Drive client this year with the move to Backup & Sync. The initial rollout was a bit of a mess with Google essentially breaking Drive for some people. It eventually worked all that out, and Backup & Sync has been running smoothly since then. There haven’t been many feature additions, but there’s a big one rolling out now. In the latest version, you have more control over which files are synced, and it’s easier to add new folders to Drive.

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    Google Backup & Sync for desktop gets a big update with ignored file types, photo/video-only sync, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • AUKEY has you covered for all things USB Type-C [Sponsored Post]

    It’s hard to get excited over something as simple as a charging port, but USB Type-C definitely makes using technology easier. I can have just one cable for my phone, laptop, and tablet – that’s pretty fantastic. Even though the older USB-A and microU…

  • HDMI 2.1: Everything you need to know

    HDMI 2.1 promises to deliver 10K video, 120 Hz refresh rates and much more. Here’s everything you should know about HDMI’s next revision.

    Earlier this year HDMI 2.1 was unveiled, the latest revision of the now-commonplace audio/video cable standard across consumer electronics. And while still in its early stages, the final specification provides a new spectrum of high-end features, designed to deliver premium home entertainment experiences. With improvements focusing on both video consumption and gaming, HDMI 2.1 lays the foundation for clearer and smoother future. But what does this mean to you?

    What is HDMI 2.1?

    HDMI 2.1 is the latest revised specification of the HDMI interface, which is used for transmitting both audio and video across modern devices. Having become the go-to solution across consumer electronics, you’ll have undoubtedly encountered previous versions of the cable or port over the last decade. And while using a visually identical connector, HDMI 2.1 delivers hardw…

  • You can finally play Spotify on multiple Amazon Echo speakers

    Available first in the U.S., UK, Canada, Germany, and Ireland.

    Amazon’s Echo smart speakers are truly awesome, and with fun hardware like the Echo Show and Echo Spot, they’re only getting better. However, as many improvements as we’ve seen on both the hardware and software fronts, one feature that’s been noticeably absent since multi-room audio was added in August is the ability to stream Spotify on multiple Echo speakers at the same time.

    Thankfully, this changes today.

    Multi-room audio on Echo speakers now officially supports Spotify, meaning you can finally listen to all your favorite tunes through the service on more than one Echo at once. Spotify will work with multi-room audio on Echos in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and Ireland at first, but we should see it expanded to more countries in the near future.

    In addition to Spotify, Amazon is also adding similar support for SiriusXM. However, SiriusXM is launching first in just the United States.


  • T-Mobile is getting into the streaming television business with Layer3 TV acqusition

    T-Mobile will offer an over-the-top TV service in 2018.

    T-Mobile has announced the acquisition of a small streaming television provider called Layer3 TV, which currently operates in five U.S. cities. Similar to services like YouTube TV and PlayStation Vue, Layer 3 carries the signals of most U.S. cable networks and pay channels like HBO, Showtime, and ESPN, but bundles them with a straightforward HD decoder and PVR set-top box that connects to a television in your living room. Think Tivo.

    T-Mobile says that it will use Layer3’s technology to launch its own over-the-top TV service sometime in 2018, positioning itself as a more customer-friendly and likely cheaper alternative to the cable companies, many of which, like AT&T DirecTV and Dish’s SlingTV, have endeavored to pivot to over-the-top in recent years.

    In a blog post and companion video, T-Mobile said that it “the Un-carrier will build TV for people who love TV but are tired of the multi-year service contracts, confusi…

  • Get two powerful military-grade flashlights for just $16!

    What do you do when the lights go out? Sure, you could use the light on your phone, but if you can’t charge your phone, then you’ll want to conserve power. Maybe you’re out camping or hiking, night falls, and you don’t even have your phone on you. Then what?

    Get two flashlights for just $16 with coupon code GREEN20! Learn more

    If you’re going to do things, do it up right. Don’t bother with some dollar store flashlight that you’ll have to toss because the plastic’s dried out. Get yourself a flashlight with a metal casing that can stand up to the rough life so that you can take it with you wherever you go: camping, hunting, in the car, whatever.

    The UltraBright 500-lumen Tactical Military Flashlight is made of an aircraft aluminum alloy and has a range of about a mile in ideal conditions with adjustable zoom. Right now, a two-pack of these flashlights is only $20 at Android Central Digital Offers. They regularly retail for $100 together, so you save 80% — but then you can …

  • [Update: Releasing December 20th for $4.99] Aperture Laboratories will make a return in Headup Games’ recently announced ‘Bridge Constructor Portal’ [Video]

    Imagine a world where Bridge Constructor combines its bridge-building gameplay with Valve’s puzzle-platformer Portal. Well, imagine no longer as apparently Headup Games have been secretly working on just that very thing. That’s right, Bridge Constructor Portal is a thing and it’s coming to Android really soon. There is even a trailer available for your viewing pleasure, so hit that “Read More” button and check it out!

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    [Update: Releasing December 20th for $4.99] Aperture Laboratories will make a return in Headup Games’ recently announced ‘Bridge Constructor Portal’ [Video] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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