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  • Nest preparing new security camera with 4K video, fresh design

    Nest isn’t resting, releasing a fresh indoor camera with new features.

    Nest, perhaps known best for its popular smart thermostat, is reportedly ready to refresh its Nest Cam camera with new features and a higher resolution. The Google-owned company most recently refreshed its camera lineup with an outdoor-ready version near the end of 2016.

    It’s a 4K camera … but you’ll only get 1080p out of it in the end.

    The new Nest Cam will have a sensor capable of recording in 4K resolution, but will use this new resolution to simply enable dynamic zooming while preserving a 1080p resolution stream to the user. When it detects motion, it will be able to digitally zoom in to a specific point for a better view.

    The refreshed hardware will round out with a new USB-C power source, and the lens will get an LED ring around it to indicate it’s recording. Android Police claims the design is similar to that of the current Nest Outdoor camera … but the new camera is designed for indoor use. Pr…

  • Amazon Echo vs. Dot vs. Tap vs. Show: Which should you buy?

    Control your music and way more with Amazon’s line of Echo smart speakers.

    Updated May 2017: Added Modern Dad’s take, a note on Tap’s hands-free capabilities, and information on Echo Show.

    The world of the connected home is still very much a disconnected mess. As Apple and Google each compete with their own standards — and other companies doing the same with their own — Amazon has quietly snuck in the side door with its smart, attractive, and intelligent speaker. Or, rather, speakers. After more than a year with just the Amazon Echo to lead the way, Amazon’s line of smart speakers embodies that future. The Echo, Tap, Dot are very similar smart speakers, in that they perform nearly all the same functions, with some minor differences. And the new Echo Show adds a screen, and a whole new way of interactiveness.

    If you’re in the market for a smart speaker but can’t decide between these three, we’ll outline the key differences and let you know which one is best fo…

  • Editorial: Assistant is the key to Google’s Android Automotive project

    Google spent much of the I/O 2017 keynote talking about machine learning. In fact, we heard the phrase “AI first” as a description of Google’s current plans. You probably have a little sliver of Google’s AI capabilities in your pocket right now—Google Assistant. There’s one place in particular Google really wants Assistant to live, and that’s in your car.

    Voice commands in general are extremely well-suited to the car, so it should come as no surprise that Google had two Assistant-infused “Android Automotive” demos on-hand at I/O—one from Volvo (above) and another from Audi.

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    Editorial: Assistant is the key to Google’s Android Automotive project was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The ‘Swipe for notifications’ gesture now matches device orientation for Nexuses running Android O

    Since the release of the Pixel last year it’s been possible to swipe down on the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor to pull down the notification shade. It took a while, but the feature eventually came to to the Nexus 5X, and finally the 6P.

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    The ‘Swipe for notifications’ gesture now matches device orientation for Nexuses running Android O was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Exclusive: Nest is working on a 4K camera with advanced smart features

    Google-owned Nest used to be one of the few companies selling WiFi home security cameras, but now everyone is doing it. While Nest still has a very polished solution, other companies are quickly closing in. So, what can Nest do to set itself apart? We…

  • Google I/O 2017: Developers share their highlights

    Google I/O is a developers conference, after all, so we asked developers to tell us about what excited them this year.

    What would Google I/O be without the mass number of developers congregating together in honor of one of the world’s biggest mobile operating systems? Well, it wouldn’t be much. After all, this is a developer’s conference.

    I went around and asked a few Android developers what they loved most about the Google I/O keynote and the conference this year. And interestingly, many of those who were queried had something to say about the addition of Kotlin for Android.

    Voltrack Poltrack, Fat Russell

    AC: What was your favorite part of the Google I/O keynote?

    I’m excited to work on stuff for the Google Home. Something for world domination.

    AC: What are you most looking forward to from the conference?

    I’m excited about the Android Wear talks, but I’m biased. [Poltrack is a developer of Android Wear apps.]

    Mike, Developer at Speedify

    AC: What was your favorite part of…

  • Your sweat won’t affect these $10 Bluetooth headphones

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with some extremely affordable Bluetooth headphones you should try!

    If you’ve been considering making the move to Bluetooth headphones but don’t want to spend a ton to try them out, this may be the perfect set for you. Right now you can pick up Mpow’s sweatproof Bluetooth headphones for just $9.99 with coupon code WQMZZ4LE, which is a savings of $23. Keep in mind that at this price you won’t be getting Bose quality headphones, but if you are looking to try something out, or need a new set of headphones for the gym, these may be perfect for the job.

    The headphones are lightweight and comfortable, and the non-slip rubber ear hooks help keep them in place. Odds are you can find sillier ways to spend $10 today, so why not give these headphones a shot!

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  • Best motion controller games on PlayStation VR

    PlayStation Move enabled games on PlayStation VR bring you into the heart of the game, and add an extra layer of immersion.

    Many of the games on PlayStation VR only require you to use a DualShock 4 controller. However, there are a fair few that are either enhanced by using PlayStation Move controllers, or require them to play the game at all. Rather than taking away from the experience, Move controllers can really add to the immersion of PlayStation VR. That’s why we’ve collected the best PlayStation VR games that use PlayStation Move controllers for you to check out.

    Read More at VR Heads!

  • Share files of all sizes to and from any platform for free with Send Anywhere [Sponsored Post]

    Sharing files can be a pain. And that pain increases the bigger the file it is, the more unusual the file type, and when you are trying to move the file from one operating system to another. Thankfully, the developers of Send Anywhere have made it a b…

  • Chromebook Keyboard Buyer’s Guide

    The best keyboard you can buy for your Chromebook or Chromebox.

    Like most any other laptop, your Chromebook works great with an external keyboard. It’s incredibly easy to use an external display, mouse, and keyboard if you work or play from a desk and Chrome does a great job mirroring to a monitor or having one as an extended display. All you need is the right parts!

    Chrome OS supports any USB (wired or wireless) or Bluetooth keyboard. There are differences in the default keyboard layout across the function keys and the addition of a dedicated search key (the Windows key on a standard 104-key keyboard will act as a search key) but you won’t have any trouble typing out a web search or a term paper. We’ve looked at a lot of keyboards for your Chromebook and Chromebox, and here’s what we think are the best ones to use.

    Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard
    ASUS Chromebox Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Set
    Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

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