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  • Opinion: Good smartphones are getting more expensive – because we’re demanding more from them

    When OnePlus announced the OnePlus 5, the newest handset from a company that has become synonymous with value for money among smartphone enthusiasts, there was some real sticker shock. The phone starts at $479, making it $30 more expensive than the On…

  • How to fix OnePlus 5 battery life problems

    No matter how long your battery lasts, there will always be someone who needs more.

    The OnePlus 5 has above-average battery life thanks to its lean software, efficient processor, and 3300mAh battery. But not everyone uses their phone the same way or has the same demands from the limited power supply — some of us need more longevity than others. This difference in configuration means that some may have a combination of factors leading to lower battery life than expected.

    If you’re in need of longer battery life from your OnePlus 5, we have a handful of great tips to help you out. Read on.

    Look for unnecessarily power-hungry apps

    Misbehaving apps are one of the most common causes of bad battery life, and they can often be the easiest ones to diagnose as well. Head into your Settings and then Battery to see your usage over the last charge cycle — it’s best to do this near the end of the day to get the most complete picture of things.

    Apps should be conscious of your …

  • The Moto Z2 Force will reportedly be thinner with a much smaller battery than last year

    We’re just a few days from Motorola’s (likely) unveiling of the Moto Z2 Force, and Venture Beat has some details on the device. According to VB’s Evan Blass, Motorola is taking a similar approach to the Z2 Force as it did with the Z2 Play that came out a few weeks ago—it’ll be thinner with a reduced battery capacity compared to last year’s phone.

    Like the first-gen Z Force, this phone will have a 1440p AMOLED with a shatter-proof surface.

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    The Moto Z2 Force will reportedly be thinner with a much smaller battery than last year was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Augmented Empire brings an awesome story-drive cyberpunk strategy game to Gear VR

    It’s time to join the revolution.

    It’s a dark future with revolution brewing amongst the lower tiers of citizens in New Savannah, and the elite gathering for the ascension of Willa Thorne to the ultimate citizen, Level 10. When her estranged mother breaks in to warn her and is then gunned down, a series of events is set into motion that will take Willa far from the hallowed halls of the city and into the depths of the world she inhabits. With a robot aiding her, a plan to make a heist, and revolution on the horizon, there is a lot going on.

    Augmented Empire delivers an awesome experience that will have you begging for one more mission as you try to unravel what is going on. It’s available on Oculus now, and we’ve got all the details for you here!

    Read more at VRHeads

  • Moto Z2 Force leak reveals smaller battery, dual cameras and Snapdragon 835

    Motorola continues all of its trends — for better or worse.

    We’re less than a week away from the July 25 launch event where Motorola will unveil what we expect to be the Moto Z2 Force, the successor to not only the Moto Z Force Droid but at the same time also the standard Moto Z. As usual, Venturebeat has some leaked promotional materials that point to what we can expect from the launch.

    The renders show off a phone that looks like a higher-end version of the Moto Z2 Play’s design, with that back plate that will of course be compatible with Moto Mods. On front it will once again have a 2560×1440 ShatterShield display. The rear shows off dual 12MP cameras, which is the thing to do in 2017.

    Exactly as we saw with the Moto Z2 Play, Motorola is expected to cut the battery capacity on the Moto Z2 Force — down to just 2730mAh from the previously large 3500mAh. That’s more than a 20% haircut, and only some of that will be made up for by the more power-efficient Snapdragon 835…

  • Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for LG G6

    The taller the phone, the longer the screen — protect it!

    Your LG G6’s screen is extra long, so there’s more to get scratched and scuffed. A tempered glass screen protector is the perfect way to keep the most important part of your phone safe and blemish-free. Here are the best you can buy.



    Yootech’s two-pack of tempered glass screen protectors is a great value for around $8. Yootech guarantees bubble-free installation and promises 99.9% clarity, meaning you shouldn’t notice the protector on your screen at all. It also won’t mess with touch sensitivity, which is awesome because you don’t want to have to reach your thumb all the way up your phone twice.

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    Omoton’s tempered glass screen protectors are always highly rated on Amazon, and that’s because they’re easy to install and reliable. And for $7 for a two-pack, you really can’t go wrong. These protectors are scratch-resistant and feature a hydrophobi…

  • Firefox Focus v1.1 adds support for downloads, improves the persistent notification, and more [APK Download]

    We first covered Firefox Focus when it was under development for Android, and it was publicly released last month. Focus is a simple web browser with privacy as the number one priority, with features like tracker blockers and a button to wipe all session data. Focus 1.1 was just released, which adds a few badly-needed features.


    From left to right: Downloading a file, playing a video in full-screen, the new Focus notification

    First off, you can now download files from within Firefox Focus.

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    Firefox Focus v1.1 adds support for downloads, improves the persistent notification, and more [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • LG announces the Q8, a smaller V20 with a Snapdragon 820 and 5.2″ QHD display

    LG is tackling mid-2017 with a fervor. After pushing out the G6, which improved markedly on its predecessor, the Korean company announced the Q6 series. The plan with that new family of devices is to bring some of the G6’s hallmark features to a more affordable price point. Hot on the heels of that, LG has taken the wraps off of the Q8.

    From all appearances, this is a smaller V20 — even the second screen is there.

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    LG announces the Q8, a smaller V20 with a Snapdragon 820 and 5.2″ QHD display was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • You can now take a tour of the International Space Station in Google Maps’ Street View

    Many people’s lifelong dreams include visiting outer space. While it’s probable that the vast majority of people won’t get to visit space, at least in this lifetime, space can still be experienced via the wonders of the Internet. Case in point: the In…

  • Google launches Motion Stills app on Android to capture quick, stabilized videos as GIFs [APK Download]

    Google launched an app on iOS last year called Motion Stills that could capture short videos as GIFs with advanced stabilization technology. Android users were a bit miffed to be left out, but Google has finally produced an Android version of the app….

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