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  • Bye Bye 3T: OnePlus stops producing its flagship killer

    It’s time to say goodbye. OnePlus has officially announced that it will stop production of its OnePlus 3T model.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • OnePlus rolls out a referral program ahead of OnePlus 5 launch

    Save some cash on OnePlus accessories with its referral program.

    OnePlus is launching a referral program ahead of the launch of its next flagship. To be eligible, you should have bought a OnePlus smartphone directly from the company’s website in the past. To register, you’ll need to head to the referral page and click the Get your sharable link button to get a unique code that you can share with your friends and family.

    Once they use the link to purchase a smartphone from OnePlus, they’ll get $20 (or equivalent) off an accessory, and you’ll pick up 100 referral points that can be used toward an accessory, discount on a phone, or exclusive OnePlus gear.

    From OnePlus:

    Anyone who’s ever bought a OnePlus smartphone past, present, or future, can get a unique referral link. Once you’ve got a link, just share it with someone interested in buying a OnePlus device and wait for them to hit the order button. If your friend uses your link to purchase a OnePlus smartphone, they’ll receiv…

  • ARM’s Cortex-A75 and A55 cores are ready to power next-gen phones

    ARM’s latest processors are built for machine learning and artificial intelligence.

    ARM has unveiled its next-generation CPU cores, the Cortex-75 and the Cortex-A55. The Cortex-A75 will be aimed at the premium segment while the Cortex-A55 core will cater to the mid-range category.

    The company is touting “ground-breaking performance” from the Cortex-A75 core, which delivers a 20% uptick in single-threaded performance from the A73. The A75 will be able to deliver up to 50% more performance in multithreaded use cases, with ARM focusing on artificial intelligence and machine learning. The core also offers 16% more memory throughput, as well as a 30% increase in performance on large-screen devices.

    The cores are the first to be built on ARM’s DynamicIQ platform, a more flexible and scalable solution to heterogeneous computing. DynamicIQ allows vendors greater freedom in choosing the cores — including a 1+7 configuration where a single Cortex-A75 core is paired to seven A55 core…

  • The pricey OnePlus 5 and the accidental OnePlus X [#acpodcast]

    This week, Daniel, Andrew and Flo close the door on Google I/O and open it to the OnePlus 5. And while they’re at it, they talk about Motorola’s newfound confidence, and whether the HTC U11 can make up some ground.

    Oh, and there’s some OnePlus X reminiscing ❤️

    Show notes:

    The end of Google I/O
    Developers, execs and Kotlin at Google I/O
    HTC U11 review
    Everything we know about the OnePlus 5
    Motorola’s big comeback plans
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  • Two reasons the Moto Z Play is far from perfect

    Having tested the Moto Z Play for 3 weeks, I’m a little disappointed in the camera and the module options. Read on to see why I would never buy the Moto Z Play.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • The best game emulators for Android

    Here is a list of the best game emulators for Android. Whether you’re a fan of old school DOS games or Nintendo classics, we’ve got you covered with the best emulators.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Microsoft’s Path Guide app for Android makes creating and giving directions indoors easy

    Microsoft recently released a new app for Android called Path Guide, which allows you to easily create and follow custom routes for indoor areas that exist as linear instructions separate from a map. Think of a children’s treasure hunt where each goal…

  • Weekend poll: Do you use a tablet?

    Tablets as a form factor seem to headed for niche-ification in the near future. Sales are down, consumer interest seems low, and smartphones are just getting bigger and better, allowing us to do things that may have seemed a bit impractical on a hands…

  • From the Editor’s Desk: Where next for OnePlus

    With the arrival of the OnePlus 5, the company graduates from ‘startup’ status. So where does it go from here?

    OnePlus had a great 2016. Last year, the company that made its name Never Settling settled into its groove. It gave us two of the best Android phones of the year at competitive price points and built vital carrier relationships while also catering to its core “unlocked” customer base. And it finally figured out software and OS updates, while steering clear of the bravado and PR blunders that had plagued earlier release cycles.

    Countless smartphone hardware startups have fallen by the wayside in the time that OnePlus has existed, making the success of the company in 2016 all the more remarkable. Sure, OnePlus remains a lean organization compared to an HTC or LG, but it isn’t really a startup anymore. So where next?

    It wasn’t long ago that you’d need an invite to buy a OnePlus phone.

    From what little we know about the “5” so far, it seems like OnePlus isn’t rocking th…

  • [Deal Alert] Anki’s Cozmo robot is $152.99 ($27 off) on Amazon

    Cozmo, which is unfortunately unrelated to Cozmo Kramer, is a fairly popular interactive toy robot. It can stack tiny blocks, play games, and be controlled like a typical RC car. If you’ve been waiting to try it out, you can now buy Cozmo off Amazon for $152.99, a $27 reduction from the usual price.

    Out of the box, Cozmo comes with three game cubes (seen in the video above), the robot itself, and a charger.

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    [Deal Alert] Anki’s Cozmo robot is $152.99 ($27 off) on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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