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  • 23 new and notable Android games from the last week (1/17/18 – 1/23/18)

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  • Honor 7X vs. Honor 6X: Which should you buy?

    A small difference in price for small differences in devices.

    Last year’s Honor 6X was one of the best devices in the budget category, offering long battery life, a sturdy metal build, and reasonably good dual cameras. Naturally, we were excited when the company refreshed its lineup with the Honor 7X, and it once again proved to be a powerful budget contender.

    Rather than eliminating the 6X from its selection, Honor is still selling both devices through its online store, which begs the question … which one should you buy? We’re here to help you make that decision.

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    Netflix was one of the first video services to add support for Google Assistant, but you could only access the main video profile. That really limited usefulness in households where everyone has their own profile. Now, it looks like Google has flipped a switch to add support for multiple profile access via voice match.

    Google just updated the support docs with the following section.

    For Netflix, if you have a personal profile on a Netflix account, you can link your personal profile and set up Voice Match to play content where you left off.

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    Google Assistant now supports voice match for multiple Netflix profiles was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Update: Rolling out] Google finally preparing a fix for Nexus Player remote sleep bug from last November

    Since late last November, Nexus Player owners have had the frustrating experience of erratic behavior from the remote. After about 5 to 10 minutes, the remote would seemingly go to sleep. Pressing any button causes the remote to blink for a few seconds, then hopefully reconnect. While not precisely broken, the erratic functionality from the remote has been a point of pain for owners of Google’s streaming hockey puck.

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    [Update: Rolling out] Google finally preparing a fix for Nexus Player remote sleep bug from last November was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • RED says the Hydrogen One will ship to carriers this summer with a 4,500mAh battery

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  • The Inpatient VR Review: A thrilling choose your own adventure for PlayStation VR

    Do you remember why you’re here?

    You wake up bolted down to a chair while a man — is he a doctor? — asks if you remember why you are here. No matter what you answer, he asks you to try and remember how it came to be that you are a patient at The Blackwood Sanatorium and Hotel. You close your eyes, concentrate…and see yourself in a closet until a man throws open the door, shining a flashlight into your face. The doctor finishes with you, tells you that your treatments are going well, and injects you with something before speaking with a hooded figure in the shadows.

    This is The Inpatient, and if you want to survive, you’ll need to remember how this all came to be.

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