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  • We’re celebrating Nova Launcher’s 6th birthday with a contest!

    Happy Birthday to Nova!

    Six years ago, Nova Launcher was released, and today it’s one of the best damn launchers around. In a vast and increasingly competitive launcher market, Nova Launcher has grown as a launcher and as a brand. This year in particular the team behind Nova Launcher has a whole lot to celebrate: they’ve hit 50 million downloads, they made a deal with Razer to be the launcher that ships on the Razer Phone, and their launcher has a better implementation of Android Oreo’s features than almost any other launcher, including Google’s Pixel Launcher.

    Nova Launcher has much to celebrate, and so it decided to get 50 lucky readers a present: a Google Play promo code for Nova Launcher Prime.

    Nova Launcher’s free features are stellar, but you gain a few more perks as a Prime member, chief among them being home screen gestures. Gestures are a wonderful bit of Android magic, allowing you to hide shortcuts to your favorite apps and actions in easy-to-use gestures, such a doub…

  • Samsung smart speaker with Bixby to launch in first half of 2018

    The speaker will cost around $200 and play nicely with all of Samsung’s other devices.

    Samsung confirmed back in August that it was working on its own smart speaker to take on the likes of Amazon Echo and Google Home, but since that initial confirmation, we haven’t heard much of anything else. However, as we near the end of 2017, new details have finally emerged to give us a better idea of what to expect from it.

    Bloomberg recently spoke with individuals that are familiar with the development of Samsung’s smart speaker, and perhaps the biggest news to come out of this is the fact that Samsung is aiming to launch the speaker within the first half of 2018 with a price tag of around $200.

    Samsung’s speaker could be $70 more than the Google Home.

    To put this in comparison with the rest of the smart speaker market, the Google Home regularly costs $129, Amazon’s Echo and Echo Plus cost $99 and $164, respectively, and Apple’s upcoming HomePod will be launching with a price tag of $3…

  • STEM Educational Toys and Games Gift Guide

    Knowledge is one of life’s greatest gifts. Treat a young one in your life to the joys of wonder with this selection of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) learning toys and games, from the Makey Makey Inventor Kit to Bioxel’s Build Your Own Video Game.

    Star Wars Droid Inventor KitUse this kit to make your own moving, beeping R2-D2 or design a custom droid with the rest of the parts and whatever you have around the house.Amazon$99.00WishlistSnap Circuits Lights Electronics Discovery KitGet a real, but safe, introduction to electricity with this kit that includes 55 different components and 175 do-it-yourself projects for changing LED lights, making glow-in-the-dark propellors, and more.Amazon$57.99WishlistSmartLab Toys Squishy Human BodyDesigned to teach about the ins and outs of the human body, this SmartLab toy is like Operation if Operation had squishy organs and bones you could play with.Amazon$21.99WishlistBloxels Build Your Own Video GameThis toy combines a…

  • Snapchat’s Lens Studio will let anyone make and publish Augmented Reality ‘Lenses’

    Snapchat is an inexplicably popular service, but you know what it’s missing? There just aren’t enough augmented reality filters (known as Lenses) for your snaps, right? True or not, Snap has announced a new tool called Lens Studio that will let anyone…

  • Start with the $50 SmartThings hub and expand your smart home

    All things SmartThings are on sale right now.

    The Samsung SmartThings Hub is down to $49.98 on Amazon. This is part of a greater sale on SmartThings devices, which includes the motion sensor and the water leak sensor.

    There’s even the full SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit for sale at $150. It normally sells above $200. It comes with a Hub and several other accessories, so you can just skip right to this bundle if you want to go all in.

    Hubs like this act as the “brain” of any smart home. As you start adding more smart features, like a motion sensor or smart plugs, you want to be able to control all of them at once. The hub lets you connect everything to it and then control them from one single place. The $150 home monitoring kit, for example, can use that hub to connect all of your appliances, monitor your home and notify you when anything unexpected happens. The SmartThings Hub works with Wi-Fi networks and wireless protocols like ZigBee and Z-Wave. It has a Bluetooth radio but ap…

  • BLU Life One X3 now available after One X2 screw up

    The BLU Life One X3 has a metal body, fingerprint sensor, and 5,000 mAh battery for just $149.

    There’s a ton of great value to be found in the smartphone space these days, and one company that continually releases respectable hardware for not much cash is BLU. The Life One X3 is BLU’s latest unlocked Android handset to hit the market, and it really does look like a pretty good value.

    The BLU Life One X3 has a regular price of $249, but for a limited time in honor of its release, you can purchase it for just $149. For that price, you’ll be getting a phone with a metal body, 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD display, front-facing fingerprint sensor, 13MP rear and front camera, and a massive 5,000 mAh battery. Inside the device is the MediaTek 6753 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB of expandable storage (up to 64GB), and Android 7.0 Nougat.

    Being able to get that much phone for $149 is a great value, and while the One X3 might be worth checking out, it’s worth mentioning that BLU really dropped the ball…

  • Best Arcade Games for Android

    Bring back all the nostalgic feels with these arcade classics for Android.

    For all the great new games that are released on Android, sometimes you want to play something … familiar. Maybe something a little retro that reminds you of those arcade days spent plugging quarters into standalone machines for hours on end.

    You can relive those moments on your Android phone with these great arcade games available in the Google Play Store.

    Galactic Nemesis
    Metal Slug 3
    Crazy Taxi Classic
    Pinball Arcade


    PinOut is a brilliant reimagining of the classic pinball action we’re all familiar with into an endless arcade format, created by the award-winning developers behind Smash Hit. The game features sharp, futuristic graphics and smooth controls as it pits you in a race against the clock to see how far you can make it on one ball.

    Unlike other pinball games that give you a set number of balls and have you focused on racking up combos and…

  • The $2 Blood, Sweat, and Pixels eBook explores the turbulent world of making video games

    You think beating that final boss was hard? Try designing him in the first place.

    Amazon has discounted dozens of Kindle books during a huge one-day sale, including some great reads like Blood, Sweat, and Pixels for $1.99. That’s a price that won’t be here tomorrow.

    You don’t need an Amazon device to read a Kindle book. Read it anywhere you can download the Kindle app, including iOS and Android.

    And if you don’t want to read it yourself but know a gamer who might be interested, remember you can click the “Give as a GIft” link on the product page and surprise a friend this holiday season.

    Blood, Sweat, and Pixels isn’t just a book about the joys of playing a new game or living out one’s dream of seeing the game they create become reality. It’s a real-life look at the games industry, the “crunch” time that happens right up until a game’s launch, and the stress game developers go through with each new title.

    The book dives into stories covering some of the industry’s most successfu…

  • The Polaroid Moto Mod prints retro photos with incredible technology

    Eighty years ago, a company called Polaroid sprouted from a garage not far from the current location of the MrMobile studio. The company’s founder soon developed a special polarization technology that was rapidly adopted across a slew of products ranging from desk lamps to sunglasses. That work later led to military contracts including pilot goggles, spy satellites, and a special synthetic quinine for treating malaria in troops serving in tropical regions. While that last bit sounds out of character for a company specializing in optical science, it isn’t: quinine has photosensitive properties that make it useful for photography. Over the next 40 years that’s where Polaroid built its empire: with instant cameras that didn’t need a darkroom to develop their film.

    Flash forward to 2017. The new Polaroid Moto Mod (or Polaroid Insta-Share Printer, to be precise) doesn’t use any of the technology mentioned above. What’s more, the “Polaroid” brand on its backside has been bough…

  • BEAM is a $99 smart wearable button with an AMOLED screen

    Every once in a while, you want to make sure that your opinion on a subject is perfectly clear. Pins have long been used for protests, elections, and other favored causes. The idea might not be for everyone, but I’m sure we’re all familiar with the concept, at least. And now a company called BEAM Authentic has released a self-titled product that lets you broadcast anything from a customized message or logo to an endless stream of cat GIFs from a battery-powered AMOLED screen on your chest. 

    Specs are inconsistently detailed.

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    BEAM is a $99 smart wearable button with an AMOLED screen was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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