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  • 3 Best Drone Launch Pads in 2018

    Ensure every take off and landing is clean and safe with a durable drone launchpad.

    At first glance, a drone launchpad might seem like a somewhat frivolous accessory. However, there’s a number of valid reasons why a drone launchpad can really improve your flight sessions out in the wilderness.

    For starters, they’re big and colorful with high-contrasting colors (and sometimes even glow in the dark) which makes it easier to find your launch point when flying manually. Pinning down a launch mat in a grassy field can help clear away any tall grass which might affect your takeoff or landing, and it will also cut down on your drone kicking up dust which can dirty up your camera lens or gunk up your motors. This is a great option, too, if you’re apprehensive about hand launching or catching your drone. Realistically, this would be overkill if you’re still flying a cheap beginner drone but if you’re flying a high-end camera drone such as the DJI Mavic Air or Phantom 4 it’s a handy tool to …

  • Google brings back blob emojis with sticker packs for Android Messages and Gboard

    The blobs live on ❤️

    Android Oreo’s quickly approaching its one-year anniversary, and while many of its features like picture-in-picture and Autofill have proven to be truly useful over the last few months, some people are still feeling the sting of Google’s decision to remove its blob-style emojis in favor of a more conventional design.

    Thankfully, we’ve got some good news. In honor of the 2018 World Emoji Day, Google’s adding blob sticker packs to both Android Messages and Gboard,

    A similar sticker pack was added to Google’s Allo messaging service exactly a year ago today, but since Allo’s been put on the backburner in favor of further development for Android Messages and its “Chat” feature, it makes sense that Google would bring this over to its other, more widely-used platforms.

    To grab the sticker pack on Android Message, go to a conversation within the app and then tap the + icon, tap on the sticker icon, and then another + button near the top to add it. In Gb…

  • What to do if your credit card won’t work on PlayStation Network

    Can’t purchase a game because your credit card isn’t working? Here’s how you can still take advantage of those sales when PSN just won’t cooperate

    I won’t say “we’ve all been there,” but I’m sure this has happened to a good portion of people. Picture this: A sale’s going on. The PlayStation Store has some incredible deals. You go to buy that game you’ve been waiting for and… your credit card isn’t working. Nothing appears to be wrong with the card itself, but PSN is giving you a hard time. Here’s how you can hopefully fix that.

    Billing Information
    Troubleshoot
    Restart from Safe Mode
    Contact Sony
    Add funds through PayPal/PSN cards
    Billing Information

    The PlayStation Network seems to make everything harder than it should be, with several stipulations in place that need to be followed. Let’s start with entering your billing information.

    To begin, make sure the credit card you are using is either Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or debit cards with an official Vis…

  • Chromecast’s Backdrop becomes Ambient Mode, adds low-bandwidth mode, temporarily removes the News source

    Last week, Cody spotted a change in the Google Home app for Chromecasts: the Backdrop feature was renamed to Ambient Mode. However, at the time, there was nothing functionally different. That is changing now, as the completely overhauled Ambient Mode …

  • Best Android games with Bluetooth controller support

    Gaming is simply better with a controller in your hands.

    Gaming on Android typically requires you to settle for using touchscreen controls. However, some gracious game developers do take the time and effort to include support for Bluetooth gamepad.

    If you’re constantly on the lookout for games that support Bluetooth controller, you can check out Gamepad Games, which is an app that’s compiled a fairly comprehensive list of games with gamepad support. Unfortunately, when you actually start browsing through the apps you quickly discover that many are… not so good.

    So, to save you some time, we’ve compiled some of the best games that support Bluetooth controllers. And if you’re looking for a quality Bluetooth controller recommendation, consider the SteelSeries Stratus XL, which is the controller I used to vet these selections.

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    Evoland 2
    Horizon Chase World Tour
    Riptide GP: Renegade
    Modern Combat 5: Blackout
    Unkilled
    Sega Forever titles
    Skate Party 3
    Only One
    Pew…

  • Best Android games with Bluetooth controller support

    Gaming is simply better with a controller in your hands.

    Gaming on Android typically requires you to settle for using touchscreen controls. However, some gracious game developers do take the time and effort to include support for Bluetooth gamepad.

    If you’re constantly on the lookout for games that support Bluetooth controller, you can check out Gamepad Games, which is an app that’s compiled a fairly comprehensive list of games with gamepad support. Unfortunately, when you actually start browsing through the apps you quickly discover that many are… not so good.

    So, to save you some time, we’ve compiled some of the best games that support Bluetooth controllers. And if you’re looking for a quality Bluetooth controller recommendation, consider the SteelSeries Stratus XL, which is the controller I used to vet these selections.

    See at Amazon

    Evoland 2
    Horizon Chase World Tour
    Riptide GP: Renegade
    Modern Combat 5: Blackout
    Unkilled
    Sega Forever titles
    Skate Party 3
    Only One
    Pew…

  • Wear OS app v2.14 will add a shortcut to block app notifications [APK Teardown]

    While you can run apps on Wear OS, the main reason for it to exist is to serve notifications. But for as much as notifications are useful, too many can be counterproductive. If you’re finding that one or more of your apps is getting too noisy, but you…

  • Migrating payment card info from Chrome to Google Pay might soon be possible

    At the moment, it’s possible to sync the payment cards you have in Google Pay with Chrome’s autofill feature. This is incredibly handy for when you make purchases online, especially on sites that don’t have Google Pay as a payment option. Unfortunatel…

  • Sonos Beam review: Raising the sound bar

    The only living room speaker you need.

    To know a Sonos speaker is to love it. It’s that simple.

    But to know a Sonos speaker is to know two, or five, or a $699 Sub or Playbar. Even though you get what you pay for, you still pay.

    To some extent that changed with the now-$149 Play:1, which was succeeded by the $199 Alexa-touting Sonos One. But the speaker company, which has awkwardly stumbled into the smart assistant age, is alien to the average music listener because that industry is so heavily commoditized, and out of reach of its more attainable audience, TV watchers, because its existing products are so narrowly focused.

    With the Beam that changes for the better. The way better.

    Sonos Beam

    Price: $399

    Bottom line: The Sonos Beam is a compact, powerful smart speaker that also happens to be a great TV soundbar.

    Pros:

    Huge sound for…

  • Sonos Beam review: Raising the sound bar

    The only living room speaker you need.

    To know a Sonos speaker is to love it. It’s that simple.

    But to know a Sonos speaker is to know two, or five, or a $699 Sub or Playbar. Even though you get what you pay for, you still pay.

    To some extent that changed with the now-$149 Play:1, which was succeeded by the $199 Alexa-touting Sonos One. But the speaker company, which has awkwardly stumbled into the smart assistant age, is alien to the average music listener because that industry is so heavily commoditized, and out of reach of its more attainable audience, TV watchers, because its existing products are so narrowly focused.

    With the Beam that changes for the better. The way better.

    Sonos Beam

    Price: $399

    Bottom line: The Sonos Beam is a compact, powerful smart speaker that also happens to be a great TV soundbar.

    Pros:

    Huge sound for…

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