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  • Google doubles down on efforts to fight the spread of ‘fake news’

    Was there ever really a simpler time when news wasn’t printed unless it had been properly vetted, fact-checked, and certified as an iron-clad representation of the truth? Classical news reporting may not have been as bias-free and accurate as some of us would like to think, but there’s little denying that the current way we consume our news can be pretty darn tricky to navigate, especially as it becomes more difficult for the less discerning reader to tell a solidly researched story apart from wild, paranoid speculation—or outright lies.

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    Google doubles down on efforts to fight the spread of ‘fake news’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • You’ll soon be able to start a YouTube livestream directly from within the camera app

    Google continues to improve YouTube’s livestreaming features after having announced auto-captions and new chat features just last month. Today, Google has revealed that it’s refining YouTube Live’s streaming process to make it much simpler and quicker for users to get their livestream up and running.

    Up until now, it’s been fairly cumbersome to start a livestream from a computer using an encoder, requiring several steps and specific software. With today’s changes, all a user has to do is head over to youtube.com/webcam and hit the “Go live” button to start streaming — no additional software or setup needed.

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    You’ll soon be able to start a YouTube livestream directly from within the camera app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Nest Hello smart doorbell already down to $177.65 ($51.35 off) on Rakuten with code

    The Nest Hello’s only been out for a few days, and it was just added to the Google Store earlier today. But it turns out that a seller on Rakuten has been offering Hello units for just $177.65 a pop, which is surprising to see for a brand-new product….

  • Huawei P20: Rumors, specs, availability, and more!

    Whatever name it carries, the successor to the Huawei P10 should be a fascinating device.

    Huawei, like many other big names in mobile, has a predictable cadence to its flagship smartphone launches. The new technology gets showcased first in the Mate series in the fall, usually paired with an updated version of EMUI, running the very latest Android build. That technological base is then further refined for the P series the following spring.

    That gives us a rough idea of what to expect from the Huawei P20, which we’re expecting to see in the spring of 2018. And, of course, the usual flurry of leaks that accompany any big phone launch have helped to fill in some of the gaps.

    Here’s what we know so far:

    The name: Huawei P20

    Huawei trademarked the “P20” monicker earlier in 2017, and later confirmed the name in a teaser just before mWC 2018. P20 is a rounder number than 11, with fewer syllables (in English, anyway). And the jump from 10 to 20 would also underscore the significan…

  • Plex updates Chromecast interface with a fresh look, better slideshows, and more

    It was a big deal some years back when Plex added Chromecast support. Google’s Chromecast platform has only gotten more useful since then, and now Plex’s Chromecast UI is getting an overdue revamp. The new interface looks nicer, but it also comes with functional improvements like better slideshow support and subtitle resizing.

    These changes apply when using a device like your phone or PC to cast content to a Chromecast or another Cast-enabled device.

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    Plex updates Chromecast interface with a fresh look, better slideshows, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • HTC’s Vive Focus VR headset is super cool, but you can’t have one

    It was supposed to be the first Daydream Standalone headset, but HTC is doing something potentially more interesting now.

    Back at Google I/O last year, Daydream Standalone was teased as the next big thing in VR from Google. A big part of that plan was a special headset from HTC that didn’t require a phone to work, but instead, we’ll soon be using the Lenovo Mirage Solo as the first Daydream Standalone headset. What happened to the HTC design? It became the Vive Focus, running its own software with its own Vivewave app store, and is currently only available in China.

    I got a few minutes to try one out at GDC 2018, alongside a few minutes with the Best Vivewave Game, the award-winning Spark of Light, and to be honest I’m more than a little bitter I can’t buy one of these headsets right now.

    Vive Focus is an untethered Six Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) headset, which means you can move around like you would if you were using an HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, but the headset isn’t attached to a…

  • The Google Clips camera is down to $212 today

    The Google Clips AI-powered camera is down to $212.49 through Best Buy’s eBay store with code PSPRINGTIME. It sells for $250 without the code and that’s what it’s going for everywhere else as well. This camera does not go on sale. Pretty sure outside of big site-wide sales like this we’ve never seen a deal on it.

    This code comes as part of eBay’s 15% off site-wide sale today. It’s good for one order only, and it expires tonight at 10 p.m.

    The Google Clips camera is a powerful little device meant to work autonomously from you and record everything interesting that comes within its view. You’re then able to quickly discard the stuff you don’t want and keep the things you do. Read more about it on Android Central.

    See on eBay

  • AT&T begins rolling out Oreo for the Galaxy S8

    The Galaxy S9 is shipping, so it’s about time that Samsung’s 2017 flagship phones got Oreo, don’t you think? So far, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon have all started pushing updates. Today is AT&T’s turn. The OTA is hitting devices as we speak, so that’s the last of the big four.

    The update includes a bump to Android 8.0, which is still a little behind the Android 8.1 running on the Pixels and some other phones.

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    AT&T begins rolling out Oreo for the Galaxy S8 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Audible is now available on Sonos speakers

    Ready to use right now.

    Smart speakers from Amazon, Google, and Apple are incredibly popular right now, but even so, Sonos has managed to stay plenty relevant. Today, the company is adding something to its speakers that fans have been wanting for years — support for Audible.

    Starting today, you can now listen to your Audible audiobooks natively on Sonos speakers.

    Per Sonos’ official blog:

    It’s rare to block out your unending to-do list and take a minute to just relax with a good book. But if time is a luxury, then so is reading. We think there’s something wrong with that, which is why we’re excited to announce that Audible is now available on Sonos.

    If you’re not currently an Audible subscriber, now’s the perfect time to join. For a limited time, you can get a 30-day trial, two free book credits, and a copy of Miles: The Autobiography of Miles Davis when you sign up for Audible through the Sonos app.

    Now that Audible is here, what’s the first audiobook you’ll listen t…

  • These are the U.S. carriers that have updated the Galaxy S8 to Android Oreo

    Available now on Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T.

    Android Oreo has been rolling out to unlocked models of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ since February 22 after Samsung fixed a bug with its initial build, but there’s been no word as to when U.S. carriers would begin updating their versions of the phone. Thankfully, that’s starting to change.


    Verizon recently updated its official support page for the Galaxy S8, indicating that Oreo started being pushed to the phone on March 15, 2018. The build number for the S8 is G950USQU2CRB9, whereas the one for the S8+ is G955USQU2CRB9.

    Similar to what we’ve seen for past updates, Oreo adds picture-in-picture, the Autofill API, and much more to the S8/S8+. This changes the Samsung Experience to v9.0, and it also adds the February 2018 security patch. I’m not sure why we didn’t get the more recent March patch, but I digress.


    Just a day after Verizon started pushing Oreo to the Galaxy S8, T-Mobile was quick to follow in its foo…

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