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  • Special Edition “Webcrawler” Android Mini figurine is the stuff of all nightmares

    I don’t like spiders. I know that’s a statement that almost anyone can make, but I really don’t like them, to a point where I can somehow sense them in a room. On many an occasion, my friends and parents and coworkers have seen me get off my chair and go look in an invisible corner or push some piece of furniture away to reveal a spider behind it. Then calmly ask someone to come get rid of it.

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    Special Edition “Webcrawler” Android Mini figurine is the stuff of all nightmares was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung announces the ruggedized Galaxy Tab Active2

    Most of Samsung’s mobile products are designed to be sleek and modern, but the Active series puts function ahead of form. You might call them clunky, but they can take more of a beating than standard Samsung Galaxy devices. There’s a new active device today, and it’s not a phone. This is the Galaxy Tab Active2, a rugged tablet aimed mostly at businesses.

    Here’s what you can expect from the Galaxy Tab Active2.

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    Samsung announces the ruggedized Galaxy Tab Active2 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • “Try Now” button starts showing up in the Play Store for Instant Apps

    The road to Instant Apps has been a long and tedious one. After being announced at I/O 2016 (yes, more than a year ago), they only began testing at the start of 2017, were opened to devs at I/O this year, and started properly rolling then to reach mor…

  • [Update: Last day to enter] Giveaway: Win a BrexLink Google Pixel (2016) battery case, or get 25% off with our code [US only]

    The Pixel 2 reviews might be up, but Google’s original 2016 Pixel is still a capable device. It’s not as if the old one has gone bad just because a new model has arrived. But, if you’ve been using your OG 5″ Pixel to its utmost, your battery might not be what it once was. Thankfully, BrexLink’s Pixel battery case can give you a big bump in capacity, and the 15 lucky winners of this giveaway will get one for free.

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    [Update: Last day to enter] Giveaway: Win a BrexLink Google Pixel (2016) battery case, or get 25% off with our code [US only] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Huawei Watch 2 Pro with eSIM launched in China for ¥2588 ($390)

    Huawei today announced the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro in China, but along with them came one surprise that we didn’t see at the international launch event in Munich: a new Huawei Watch 2 Pro. It looks pretty much like the Huawei Watch 2 Classic, but with one main difference: eSIM support.

    The new Watch 2 Pro has 4G/3G/2G support for its eSIM, along with Bluetooth. Not a lot of specs are discernible in the Huawei page, even when translated, so I can’t tell what processor is inside, what size is the display, the amount of RAM or storage, and so on.

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    Huawei Watch 2 Pro with eSIM launched in China for ¥2588 ($390) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • AMC’s new VR apps will immerse you in The Walking Dead and Into the Badlands

    Every fan of The Walking Dead has surely imagined what it would be like to encounter a walker in real life. Similarly, if you watch Into the Badlands, you’d probably love to get up close with the flight scenes. Thanks to two new VR apps from TV networ…

  • Nokia 7 debuts in China with Snapdragon 630, ‘Bothie’ camera, and glass back

    Nokia is bringing features from its flagship to a more affordable price point.

    Nokia kicked off its Android journey back in January with the Nokia 6, which was unveiled in China. The company is once again turning to the Chinese market for its latest budget device, the Nokia 7. The Nokia 7 is also aimed at the budget segment, but it features several improvements over the Nokia 6.

    The Nokia 7’s chassis is made out of 7000 series aluminum, but the back features a Gorilla Glass panel with rounded edges. The phone ticks all the right boxes when it comes to the specs: you get a 5.2-inch Full HD display, 4GB or 6GB of RAM, 64GB storage, microSD slot, a 16MP camera with f/1.8 lens and 5MP front shooter, NFC, USB-C, Wi-Fi ac, and a 3000mAh battery.

    One of the main drawbacks of the Nokia 6 was the performance: the combination of a Snapdragon 430 and a Full HD display meant that the phone wasn’t as nimble as other options in this segment. Nokia has addressed that particular problem by swit…

  • Chrome Remote Desktop: Everything you need to know

    Chrome Remote Desktop is a great, free way to remotely access a computer.

    I have an unusual computer setup: I have a super powerful desktop at home and I carry a Chromebook with me when I’m out and about. The system has served me well over the past year, but there are times when I’m on the go and I need to tap into my extra power at home. This is where Chrome Remote Desktop comes into play — I can connect to my home computer from anywhere, so long as I have an Internet connection. If you’d like to do this, follow along!

    Install the Chrome Remote Desktop host on the machine you want to access

    Before using Chrome Remote Desktop, the machine you’d like to access needs to be running the Chrome browser and the Chrome Remote Desktop host. Chromebooks and Chromeboxes that need to be accessed can skip this section since the necessary pieces are already built into Chrome OS.

    If you have not done so, download the Chrome browser.
    Sign into the browser by clicking the picture icon in t…

  • Customize your search bar thanks to the latest Google app beta

    The new Google app beta 7.14.15 update lets you get creative by changing the search bar style and color. Here’s how.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • August Home acquired by Yale owner Assa Abloy, the world’s largest lock maker

    August Home makes smart locks and doorbells with cameras. Assa Abloy, the world’s largest lock and access company, can only make dumb locks. If you’re the latter and you want to get into the business of former, there’s a simple solution. And that’s ex…

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