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  • Get away from it all in this weekend’s comments thread

    No shirt, no shoes, no problem. But no arguing over displays!

    Google’s big week is over. The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are in the wild, and everyone has an opinion about them. Of course they (we) do because that’s what we always do. Samsung may sell the most phones but it seems like Google’s are the ones that generate the most talk.

    Something about arguing over a phone you have no intentions of buying is fun until it stops being fun. It’s pretty much stopped being fun. The Pixel 2 XL doesn’t have an amazing display and if you’re spending your own money, you should decide how much that matters. Buy what you like and stop worrying about what you don’t and you’ll be a happier person.

    Like these happy geese.

    So no Pixel arguing here because this space is not for that. It’s for being chill and talking with other chill people about whatever (except Pixel 2 XL displays and politics). It’s a great place to discuss weekend plans or tell us how great your vacation was.

    This is a super-exciti…

  • Verizon updates Moto Z2 Force with support for its upcoming Gigabit LTE

    5G is still a year or two away, and even then, hardly any phones will support the technology. Many networks have yet to saturate the existing LTE wireless standard, but Verizon (among other carriers) has been working toward that goal in some areas. Ve…

  • Get an Ethereum Blockchain mastery bundle for just $14.50!

    Decentralized applications are becoming more popular, and have recently hit the mainstream thanks to Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that relies on blockchain technology to function. There are plenty more uses for blockchain than just Bitcoin, much like there are many more uses for the internet than just email.

    Ethereum is an open-source computing platform that uses blockchain technology to function. While it does have a currency aspect to it, Ethereum’s main use is a decentralized platform for smart contracts, applications that run without risk of intervention from outside parties that intend fraud, censorship, or interruption.

    Ethereum is picking up steam as blockchain technology moves forward, and developers are in high demand despite it being in an early adopter stage. Right now, Windows Central has a deal on a four-course bundle that contains all you need to become proficient in Ethereum blockchain technology. Instead of paying the regular price of $610, you’ll instead pay just $2…

  • Get an Ethereum Blockchain mastery bundle for just $14.50!

    Decentralized applications are becoming more popular, and have recently hit the mainstream thanks to Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that relies on blockchain technology to function. There are plenty more uses for blockchain than just Bitcoin, much like there are many more uses for the internet than just email.

    Ethereum is an open-source computing platform that uses blockchain technology to function. While it does have a currency aspect to it, Ethereum’s main use is a decentralized platform for smart contracts, applications that run without risk of intervention from outside parties that intend fraud, censorship, or interruption.

    Ethereum is picking up steam as blockchain technology moves forward, and developers are in high demand despite it being in an early adopter stage. Right now, Windows Central has a deal on a four-course bundle that contains all you need to become proficient in Ethereum blockchain technology. Instead of paying the regular price of $610, you’ll instead pay just $2…

  • Best Cheap Android Tablets

    Getting a good Android tablet doesn’t have to mean spending a huge sum of money.

    You’ll always have the high-end, the high asking prices, and the people who are willing to pay for them. But for many, just getting good hardware, a great experience, and not emptying your wallet is the most important set of factors in buying a tablet.

    The Android tablet space has exploded in recent years and there are now some great choices to be made around the $200 price point and below. Here we’ve rounded up some of the best choices you can make.

    Amazon Fire HD 8
    ASUS Zenpad S 8.0
    Lenovo Yoga Tablet 3 8-inch
    Lenovo Tab 4

    Amazon Fire HD 8

    The Amazon Fire HD 8 has impressive specs and, starting at $89.99, a very attractive price point. It also features 12 hours of battery life, and a processor that’s twice as fast as the previous generation. The 1280×800 pixel LCD display won’t win any awards, but the 8-inch screen looks great at any angle — awesome for sharing the tablet with family.

  • Best Cheap Android Tablets

    Getting a good Android tablet doesn’t have to mean spending a huge sum of money.

    You’ll always have the high-end, the high asking prices, and the people who are willing to pay for them. But for many, just getting good hardware, a great experience, and not emptying your wallet is the most important set of factors in buying a tablet.

    The Android tablet space has exploded in recent years and there are now some great choices to be made around the $200 price point and below. Here we’ve rounded up some of the best choices you can make.

    Amazon Fire HD 8
    ASUS Zenpad S 8.0
    Lenovo Yoga Tablet 3 8-inch
    Lenovo Tab 4

    Amazon Fire HD 8

    The Amazon Fire HD 8 has impressive specs and, starting at $89.99, a very attractive price point. It also features 12 hours of battery life, and a processor that’s twice as fast as the previous generation. The 1280×800 pixel LCD display won’t win any awards, but the 8-inch screen looks great at any angle — awesome for sharing the tablet with family.

  • Google gives Pixel 2 owners early access to its latest Spotlight Story, ‘Son of Jaguar’

    Pixel 2 and 2 XL owners are getting a small bonus for purchasing Google’s latest smartphones. Google Spotlight Stories, a vestige of Google’s Motorola days showcasing the power of virtual reality storytelling, is giving owners of the latest Pixel devices early access to “Son of Jaguar,” an animated short film about a luchador from director Jorge Gutierrez.

    The eight-minute VR story is told from the point of view of Son of Jaguar, a formerly renown Mexican wrestler, as he “faces his legacy, his family, and what it means to be a part of something bigger than himself,” according to the Google Spotlight Stories site.

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    Google gives Pixel 2 owners early access to its latest Spotlight Story, ‘Son of Jaguar’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • HTC U11 Plus leaked, along with more U11 Life details

    The HTC U11 was the company’s second flagship of the year, and by most accounts, a pretty great phone. We’ve already heard rumors of an upcoming budget phone with Android One, the U11 Life, but now details about a U11 Plus have also leaked.
    HTC U11 Pl…

  • 5 times the Pixel 2’s Portrait Mode was almost awesome

    Take a second glance at your Portrait Mode photos on the Pixel 2.

    Of the many things that truly impress me about the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the camera stands out as the most incredible step forward from last year. This camera is incredible, and my favorite feature by far is Portrait Mode. This isn’t a new feature in smartphone cameras by any means, but Google is managing to do with a single camera and some clever AI what many other manufacturers need two sensors to pull off. This is especially awesome now that you can use Portrait Mode on the front facing camera, something no other phone maker is doing right now.

    As exciting as it is when these photos are enhanced by Portrait Mode, like every other phone with this tech it’s not without flaws. Here’s a quick look at some of the stumbles we’ve seen so far.

    Kiss the Blur

    Portrait Mode does a really good job with multiple people in a shot, unless they are touching in specific ways. Unfortunately, kissing is one of those ways this …

  • 5 times the Pixel 2’s Portrait Mode was almost awesome

    Take a second glance at your Portrait Mode photos on the Pixel 2.

    Of the many things that truly impress me about the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the camera stands out as the most incredible step forward from last year. This camera is incredible, and my favorite feature by far is Portrait Mode. This isn’t a new feature in smartphone cameras by any means, but Google is managing to do with a single camera and some clever AI what many other manufacturers need two sensors to pull off. This is especially awesome now that you can use Portrait Mode on the front facing camera, something no other phone maker is doing right now.

    As exciting as it is when these photos are enhanced by Portrait Mode, like every other phone with this tech it’s not without flaws. Here’s a quick look at some of the stumbles we’ve seen so far.

    Kiss the Blur

    Portrait Mode does a really good job with multiple people in a shot, unless they are touching in specific ways. Unfortunately, kissing is one of those ways this …

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