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  • Which color OnePlus 6 should you buy?

    Make sure you make the right OnePlus 6 decision.

    “Most people put their phones in a case, so why does it matter what color you buy?” I hear a variation of that sentence very time I talk about phone colors and materials.

    But if that were the case, companies would release phones in one color — “Model T” black — and call it a day. Instead, we’ve seen color trends come and go, and increasingly a variety of hues, materials, and shimmer to suit anyone’s tastes. And while many people do cover their phones with gaudy cases, there are an increasing number that choose to go naked, or use a clear case, to see the phone as it was intended.

    The OnePlus 6 comes in three colors, and each feels as distinct as it looks. Choosing which one to buy won’t be easy, but hopefully, we can help.

    Mirror Black

    Mirror Black is the obvious choice for the OnePlus 6 because it’s the default choice — if you want the cheapest variant of the phone, you have to choose Mirror Black.

    Given tha…

  • How to get started with YouTube Music

    The new YouTube Music experience is here, so let’s get the music flowing.

    YouTube is one of the most-used video sites in the world, and a great many of the videos that we flock to on the platform center around the music that drives our lives. Whether you subscribe to a music streaming service or not, chances are you’ve gone to YouTube to find that one song that’s stuck in your head, or to check out a cover by some up-and-coming artist, or to watch the latest mind-blowing music video.

    YouTube is now leveraging its uniquely unparalleled music and music video selection to offer the completely-revamped YouTube Music, a music app that brings the best music on the most popular video platform in the world together with traditional album and songs from top labels.

    And since it’s all powered by YouTube, setting it up is almost embarrassingly easy.

    How to set up YouTube Music
    How to search for music in YouTube Music
    How to control playback modes in YouTube Music
    How to add a song to your…

  • Samsung to cough up compensation to Apple in court case

    Even if rival companies Samsung and Apple sometimes work together, they are no less in conflict and the situation has been taken up a notch now that the Korean company has been found guilty for having copied the iPhone. At stake: $539 million.(This is …

  • Google One app arrives on the Play Store, but the service isn’t live just yet [APK Download]

    Google recently announced that it was replacing its current non G-Suite Google Drive storage plans with a new pricing structure called Google One. All your stuff will stay in Drive and other Google products as before, but you might get to pay slightly…

  • Google Home vs. Amazon Echo: Which should you buy in India?

    Google Assistant and Alexa have plenty to offer in India, but which platform is right for you?

    Amazon launched the Echo family of devices in India last November, and Google introduced the Google Home in the country in April. The entry-level options — the Google Home Mini and the Echo Dot — cost ₹4,999 in the country, with the larger Google Home and Amazon Echo coming in at ₹9,999. The larger Echo Plus, meanwhile, is available for ₹14,999.

    If you’re looking to pick up a smart speaker but haven’t made up your mind yet, here’s what you need to know about using the Google Home and Amazon Echo in India.

    What the Google Home does better

    One area where the Google Home wins out over the Echo is integrating with Google services. You’ll be able to get your calendar alerts, get real-time traffic alerts, route estimates for work, and more.

    Google Home offers six routines — a set of customizable actions that are triggered by a phrase. Just say “Good mo…

  • Moto G6 and G6 Play are launching in India on June 4

    No news yet on the Moto G6 Plus, but the Moto G6 and G6 Play are heading to India next week.

    Motorola India teased the launch of the Moto G6 series earlier this month, and we now have official confirmation. The Moto G6 and Moto G6 Play will make their debut in India on June 4, with the former exclusive to Amazon and the latter set to go on sale exclusively at Flipkart. Right now, there’s no information on when the Moto G6 Plus will launch in the country.

    Motorola unveiled the Moto G6 series last month in Brazil, and there are several changes from last year’s offerings. First up, all three models feature an 18:9 form factor, and they also come with a glass back design that’s reminiscent of the Moto X4. The Moto G6 features a 5.7-inch FHD+ display, and is powered by the Snapdragon 450. It’ll be available with 3GB or 4GB of RAM, and 32GB or 64GB of storage, but it’s likely we’ll see the 4GB/64GB option as the standard model for India.

    There’s a microSD card slot, a dual 12MP + 5MP …

  • Vevo realizes YouTube music videos are its forte, plans to shut down mobile apps and consumer site

    You probably know Vevo from its name being plastered all over music videos on YouTube, and as luck would have it, that’s how most people know it. Chances are that you didn’t know it had mobile apps and a consumer site, either. For that reason, Vevo is shutting the apps and consumer site down and refocusing on its bread and butter: YouTube.

    The official announcement of the decision from Vevo sort of beats around the bush, with the main takeaway from it being, “To be most effective in achieving those goals, we will phase out elements of our owned and operated platforms.” Variety clarified this to mean that its apps for Android and iOS (and Windows Phone, but who cares), as well as its consumer-facing website (vevo.com) are shutting down.

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    Vevo realizes YouTube music videos are its forte, plans to shut down mobile apps and consumer site was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • LG V35 shows up on the Wireless Power Consortium site

    LG’s mobile team has been making some… questionable decisions lately. It all began to go downhill when the V30S ThinQ debuted as nothing but a V30 with more RAM and some AI camera features. The company then threw the ThinQ branding on the V30 (and e…

  • Amazon explains why Alexa recorded and sent a conversation to a random contact

    The popularity of smart speakers may be increasing day by day, but there are still some people who believe the speakers are secretly recording and uploading every word that comes out of our mouths. You might have heard about a story involving Alexa on an Amazon Echo sending a private conversation to a random person on a contact list today, spooking more than a few people. Amazon has come out with a statement to Engadget explaining why this occurred.

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    Amazon explains why Alexa recorded and sent a conversation to a random contact was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Mophie Juice Pack cases are up to 74% off from Verizon

    When it comes to hauling around additional juice for our phones, most people simply use external battery packs, but some people swear by battery cases. If you’re part of the latter group, Verizon is offering some pretty sizable discounts on Mophie Jui…

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