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  • The 512GB Galaxy Note 9 saw more pre-orders than the 128GB model in Korea

    Here’s the lowdown on one of 2018’s most powerful smartphones 💥

    It’s finally here. After relentless leaks, rumors, and more, Samsung’s finally unveiled the Galaxy Note 9.

    Even though we already knew a lot about the phone prior to its official announcement, there’s still plenty to talk about. What colors does it come in? What are the final specs? Were we impressed during our hands-on preview?

    All those questions and more are answered right here, so without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

    The latest Galaxy Note 9 news

    August 21, 2018 — The 512GB Note 9 saw more pre-orders than the 128GB model in Korea

    Pre-order numbers for the Galaxy Note 9 are slowly trickling out, and according to a report from The Investor, Samsung’s highest-end 512GB model was the most popular in the country.

    SK Telecom, Korea’s biggest wireless carrier, notes that “users mostly preferred to buy the 512GB version” which costs 1.35 million won (or…

  • The best smart thermostat for Amazon Echo

    It’s a trick question! If there’s a Skill, there’s a way. But it’s still worth knowing what you can (and can’t) say to Alexa to control your thermostat.

    One of the things you need to know about Amazon Echo — actually, I’m talking about Alexa here — is that in a good many ways, it’s hardware agnostic. You can hook all sorts of things into Alexa via Amazon’s “Skills,” and, for the most part, it shouldn’t really matter what sort of hardware it’s hooking into.

    A thermostat is a thermostat. You turn it up and down. Lights are lights. On, off, color, whatever. Sprinklers turn on and off and run on schedules. The brand and exact hardware really shouldn’t matter — you build in functionality through the API, or Application Programming Interface, which we all know and love here as a “Skill.” (Google has “Actions,” Nest has “Works with Nest,” etc., etc.)

    Exactly what you can say to a particular device may vary a little bit, but by and large Alexa is going t…

  • A new Google Assistant command in the U.S. helps you find good news

    There’s a lot going on with the Google Assistant — let’s break down the important stuff.

    In May 2016, we got our very first taste of the Google Assistant with the debut of Allo. The Assistant was a big draw to Allo at the time, with Google marketing it as a helpful bot that could make restaurant reservations, search the web, and more within your conversations.

    Since then, the Assistant has gained heaps of new features and expanded to smartphones, tablets, speakers, and more. Google’s shown no interest in slowing down development for the Assistant, meaning that it’s likely here for the long-haul.

    Whether this is your first encounter with it or you just need a quick refresher, here’s everything you need to know about the Google Assistant.

    The latest Google Assistant news

    August 21, 2018 — “Hey Google, tell me something good” now dishes out “good news”

    Staying up to date on all of the current news is important no matter who you are, but with everything going on in …

  • Keep your devices protected with two Anker waterproof bags for $7

    No more bags of rice.

    Amazon has a two-pack of these Anker Universal Dry Bag Waterproof Cases on sale for $6.99 right now. Usually, these sell for between $9 and $10. Today’s discount matches the best we’ve ever seen on this bundle.

    These bags come in handy for outdoor activities like camping, hiking, or tubing, but they can also make a big difference on beach days or trips to the waterpark. I firmly believe that everyone should have at least one.

    These dry bags have an IPX8 rating, meaning your device will be protected from water, rain, snow, mud, and whatever else you’re throwing at it. You won’t lose functionality either. Your camera and touchscreen will still be perfectly usable while your device is in the case. The simple snap and lock mechanism is easy to use but it securely seals your device inside, and there’s a neck strap so you can look ~~super cool~~ too.

    These are compatible with phones up to 6 inches. For a better fit, you may have to remove your phone case, which sh…

  • These are the best Android phones for playing Fortnite

    Fortnite is a graphics-intensive game that demands a powerful phone, and the Galaxy Note 8 is your best option.

    Our Pick

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8

    $750 at Amazon
    $699 at Samsung

    Best phone for Fortnite.

    The Galaxy Note 8 may soon be usurped by the Note 9, but until the sequel hits shelves the Note 8 is tops for Fortnite gamers. It’s got the most RAM out of the Samsung devices, which may just give you a performance advantage over your opponents, and the big display and battery mean you can see more and play longer. At $699, it’s also your best value for a phone of this quality.

    Why you should buy the Note 8

    Given that the Fortnite developers are still slowly rolling out invites to non-Samsung phones, it should be no surprise to see the biggest Samsung phone at the top of this list.

    With it’s 6GB of RAM, brilliant 6.3-inch Infinity Display, and all-day battery life, the Note 8 has all the specs you need to get the most out of Fortnite. You won’t get much use out of the S-pen or t…

  • Best parental control apps to keep your kid safe in 2018

    There are a ton of parental control apps with features like usage monitoring and limits, location tracking and blocking content to make sure kids stay safe when using smartphones and tablets. Here are the free and paid apps from reputable companies tha…

  • Google Fit gets a complete revamp with new UI and fitness goals

    The new changes are rolling out this week.

    Google Fit has been in dire need of a major update for quite a while now, and less than two months before Google’s expected fall hardware event where we’re anticipating the company’s first Pixel Watch, our prayers have been answered.

    Starting this week, a brand-new Google Fit will begin rolling out to users everywhere on Android, iOS, and Wear OS. There’s a lot to take in, but the biggest change you’ll notice at first are the new visuals.

    The new Google Fit showcases Google’s new Material Theme UI with lots of white, the Google Sans font, a bottom navigation bar, etc. It’s not quite as colorful as the old Google Fit, but I love the new design.

    As for functional changes, Google Fit will no longer pester you for getting X amount of steps, stairs, miles, etc. tracked during the day. Instead, the app has two main goals for you to accomplish —Move Minutes and Heart Points. Move Minutes are earned for any physical activity you partake …

  • Galaxy Note 9 pre-orders are now live!

    Live in the U.S. or Canada? Here’s what you need to know about buying the Galaxy Note 9!

    Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is here, and as you probably know by now, there’s a lot to get excited about. The all-new S Pen is more powerful than ever before, the cameras are shaping up to be the best we’ve seen from Samsung to-date, and the massive 4,000 mAh battery should be perfect for road-warriors.

    Galaxy Note phones are usually available just about everywhere, and with the Note 9, that’s no different.

    Whether you live in the United States or Canada, here’s everything you need to know about where to buy Sammy’s latest and greatest.

    United States

    AT&T
    Sprint
    T-Mobile
    Verizon
    Straight Talk
    U.S. Cellular
    Xfinity Mobile
    Amazon
    Best Buy
    B&H
    Samsung
    For customers in the United States, pre-orders for the Note 9 are live now with official sales opening up on August 24. Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple are the two colors being sold in the country and are available no matter where you buy the p…

  • LG’s new Tone Platinum earbuds have Google Assistant, real-time translation

    In other words, it’s LG’s take on the Google Pixel Buds.

    IFA 2018 is right around the corner, and ahead of one of the year’s biggest technology trade shows, LG’s announced two new models of its popular Tone earbuds — the Tone Platinum SE (HBS-1120) and the Tone Ultra SE (HBS-835S).

    The Tone Platinum SE is the most exciting of the duo as it’s the first LG Tone product to come equipped with the Google Assistant. Similar to the Bose QC35 II and other Assistant headphones, the Platinum SE has a button that allows you to quickly prompt the Google Assistant and ask it anything you’d like.

    Along with this, LG’s also taking inspiration from Google’s Pixel Buds and including real-time translation via Google Translate.

    If all that Google integration really isn’t your jam, the Tone Ultra SE might be more up your alley. While you won’t find any Assistant or Translate features here, the Ultra SE does have an external speaker so you can have your own personal audio experience without blo…

  • LG’s new Tone Platinum SE wireless earbuds feature Google Assistant, real-time translation

    Intrigued by the functionality of Google’s Pixel Buds, but unconvinced by the form factor? LG’s got you. The Korean manufacturer has announced two new additions to its collar-style Tone line of in-ear headphones: the Ultra SE, which features an extern…

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