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    Logitech has been known for its webcams for a long time, and a while ago it started bringing that expertise into the home security camera market. The Logitech Circle 2 was released earlier this year and our own Ryan Whitwam got a chance to try it out,…

  • SanDisk’s $56 200GB microSD card is a must-have for all Galaxy S9 owners

    Expand the capacity.

    This 200GB card normally sells for closer to $70 and this is the lowest price drop on it since Black Friday. You can use it to expand the storage in your phone, tablet, action camera and much more. It has transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s and it is shockproof, waterproof and can even withstand X-rays.

    If you are looking for more storage, Amazon has the 400B variant of this card down to just $190 today. This deal is part of a larger one-day sale at Amazon, so be sure to check out all those discounts before they expire.

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  • Three tips and tricks for settling into the new Gmail

    Gmail’s recent redesign introduces a few new features you’ll want to familiarize yourself with.

    Google’s Inbox might be in a state of limbo right now, but Gmail is alive and well, with a fresh new coat of paint and a handful of new features focused on productivity and security. While this may not be a big deal to those who use dedicated apps to manage their emails, there are still a ton of people who are happy to check their email straight from their web browser, and these changes could be a big deal to those people.

    Some of Gmail’s new features won’t be rolling out for another few weeks (namely confidential mode), but if you’re itching to test out the redesign, there’s still plenty to enjoy right now. Here are some of the first things you might want to do.

    Upgrade to the new Gmail

    You can’t enjoy Gmail’s new features until you’re using the new version! Luckily, making the switch only takes a few clicks, but again, the option to upgrade is still rolling out, so you may not be a…

  • Google Maps Local Guides can get $5 off an Atom movie ticket with new perk

    There’s been a renewed push of late from the Google Maps team to get more people signing up as Local Guides and submitting reviews of restaurants and bars and so on. Earlier this month points given out for user reviews were doubled. Google clearly wan…

  • YouTube Kids is getting curated content and more powerful parental controls

    After news yesterday that Amazon is launching an Echo Dot Kids Edition and bringing its child-friendly subscription service FreeTime to Alexa, it’s Google’s now turn for a family-oriented announcement. YouTube Kids has been around for 3 years, and one of the main complaints about it is that it sometimes lets inappropriate content slip through. Google is going to introduce new measures in the coming months to combat this.

    Since an algorithm dictates which content is allowed on the app, it’s bound to make mistakes sometimes.

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  • 10 awesome products you didn’t know Xiaomi made

    Xiaomi sells over 2,000 products under the Mi Ecosystem label.

    Xiaomi is a lifestyle brand in China, offering everything from rice cookers to robot vacuums. The brand maintains a vast range of products that are sold under the Mi Ecosystem label, wherein Xiaomi ties up with — or invests in — hardware manufacturers in China to get their products integrated into its ecosystem.

    The goal with the lifestyle products is to create a network of connected devices that can be controlled with a single app, Mi Home. We looked at some of the best Xiaomi lifestyle products you can buy earlier this year, and it’s now time to take a look at some of the brand’s lesser-known products.

    Mi Sphere Camera

    Xiaomi got into the 360-degree camera segment last year with the $299 Mi Sphere Camera. The camera has two 180-degree fish-eye lenses that stitch the resulting images together to create a 360-degree photo, and it works the same way for videos as well.

    6-axis EIS ensures the footage is…

  • Xiaomi Mi 6X launches on April 27 with Snapdragon 660, dual cameras, AI features, and more

    Xiaomi, to no one’s surprise, unveiled the Mi 6X, a follow up to last year’s Mi 5X. As is typical for Xiaomi, this phone packs an insane value with its solid specs and low price point. There is a huge focus on AI with this phone (shocker) and Xiaomi i…

  • Xiaomi Mi 6X launches on April 27 with Snapdragon 660, dual cameras, AI features, and more

    Xiaomi, to no one’s surprise, unveiled the Mi 6X, a follow up to last year’s Mi 5X. As is typical for Xiaomi, this phone packs an insane value with its solid specs and low price point. There is a huge focus on AI with this phone (shocker) and Xiaomi i…

  • Here’s your first look at the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition

    New teaser gives us a sneak peek of the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition.

    OnePlus confirmed last week that it would roll out an Avengers-themed OnePlus 6, and a new teaser shared by the manufacturer gives us an early look at some of the design features. The phone will be called the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition, and the teaser suggests we’ll see a textured back similar to that of the carbon fiber Karbon case.

    The teaser gives us a glimpse of the front of the phone, which shows off rounded edges, a 19:9 display, and the notch. It also reveals a new location for the Alert Slider, which is now on the right side of the phone.

    As for availability, the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will be unveiled on May 17 in India, the same time as the standard version of the OnePlus 6. The phone is listed as an Amazon exclusive, and it doesn’t look like the device will make its way outside India.

    OnePlus will sell tickets for its launch event on May 17 f…

  • Here’s your first look at the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition

    New teaser gives us a sneak peek of the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition.

    OnePlus confirmed last week that it would roll out an Avengers-themed OnePlus 6, and a new teaser shared by the manufacturer gives us an early look at some of the design features. The phone will be called the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition, and the teaser suggests we’ll see a textured back similar to that of the carbon fiber Karbon case.

    The teaser gives us a glimpse of the front of the phone, which shows off rounded edges, a 19:9 display, and the notch. It also reveals a new location for the Alert Slider, which is now on the right side of the phone.

    As for availability, the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will be unveiled on May 17 in India, the same time as the standard version of the OnePlus 6. The phone is listed as an Amazon exclusive, and it doesn’t look like the device will make its way outside India.

    OnePlus will sell tickets for its launch event on May 17 f…

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