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  • The $24 Lumsing TV wall mount lets you watch your favorite shows from any angle

    This thing is built to last.

    Is this deal for me?

    The Lumsing dual articulating arm TV wall mount is down to $23.99 with code DSUMLN65 on Amazon. This wall mount normally sells around $40 and has never dropped much lower than that through direct price drops.

    The dual articulating arm is a key component to this wall mount because it gives it a huge range of motion and allows you to move the TV to the best possible angle for you whether you’re chilling on the couch or watching a game with a bunch of friends.

    Features include:

    Fits most of 27-70-inch TVs up to 99lbs
    Fits VESA (mounting hole pattern): 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 100x200mm, 200x200mm, 300x200mm, 300x300mm, 400x200mm, 400x300mm, 400x400mm, 600x400mm
    Low Profile mount retracts to 4.3-inches to save space, extends 20-inches from the wall
    Tilt: 15 degrees down/forward
    Total Rotation: 60 degrees right/left
    Easy installation, installation manual and fitting screws and bolts included
    NOT suitable for 16-inch wood stud spacing. Fit …

  • Moto X4 (Android One edition) review: This is not the Moto X you’re looking for

    Motorola had hit a rough patch when Google came calling back in 2011. It took some time to clear out the queue of sub-standard devices, but the first true Google-backed Motorola effort came in 2013 with the launch of the Moto X. This device broke new ground with clever software features like Moto Display (called Active Display at the time) and a customizable design. Motorola made a few more Moto X phones, all of which were excellent devices.

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    Moto X4 (Android One edition) review: This is not the Moto X you’re looking for was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Moto X4 review: A mid-range phone done right

    Not everyone wants to spend top dollar on a phone — if that’s the case, the Moto X4 is a fantastic choice a couple steps below that top level.

    The quick take

    Project Fi was in dire need of a new, solid, mid-range phone — and now it has one in the Moto X4. Motorola’s $399 phone offers build quality that will make you feel like you paid far more, with hardware features like waterproofing that are great to see. And Google has managed to make a Motorola software experience even more appealing by adding guaranteed updates through the Android One program. Performance, battery life and camera quality are all befitting a phone of this price range. The Moto X4 is a capable leader in the sub-flagship space.

    The Good

    Excellent software
    Great build quality with nice materials
    Good cameras for the money
    High quality display in all respects

    The Bad

    Just average battery life
    Notable step down in performance from the high-end
    Android One version limited to Project Fi
    Confusing…

  • Moto X4 review: A mid-range phone done right

    Not everyone wants to spend top dollar on a phone — if that’s the case, the Moto X4 is a fantastic choice a couple steps below that top level.

    The quick take

    Project Fi was in dire need of a new, solid, mid-range phone — and now it has one in the Moto X4. Motorola’s $399 phone offers build quality that will make you feel like you paid far more, with hardware features like waterproofing that are great to see. And Google has managed to make a Motorola software experience even more appealing by adding guaranteed updates through the Android One program. Performance, battery life and camera quality are all befitting a phone of this price range. The Moto X4 is a capable leader in the sub-flagship space.

    The Good

    Excellent software
    Great build quality with nice materials
    Good cameras for the money
    High quality display in all respects

    The Bad

    Just average battery life
    Notable step down in performance from the high-end
    Android One version limited to Project Fi
    Confusing…

  • YouTube Gaming v2.02 adds Autoplay and introduces a new icon and splash screen [APK Download]

    The YouTube Gaming app has been flying under the radar for a while as most of the updates have been focused on fixing bugs or making fairly minor changes–there haven’t even been any new easter eggs since v1.97. Yesterday’s update shows a little bit more activity as both cosmetic and functional changes were made. A revamped app icon and splash screen bring a little freshness to the look, and the always familiar autoplay feature from the core YouTube app is now available so you can put on an endless stream of game reviews or let’s plays.

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    YouTube Gaming v2.02 adds Autoplay and introduces a new icon and splash screen [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Nokia 7 unveiled, with a Snapdragon 630, glass back, and ‘bothie’ camera mode

    Yesterday in China, HMD Global announced the newest member of its range of Nokia branded Android smartphones. We’ve seen the wallet-friendly Nokia 3 and 5, the mid-range Nokia 6, and most recently came the flagship Nokia 8. While it might appear that …

  • Gmail: Boost your productivity with these tips and tricks

    Master your inbox with these Gmail tips and tricks.

    We covered the basics of Gmail for Android in our beginner’s guide, and now it’s time to take a look at features that extend the functionality of the email client. Whether it’s creating labels to categorize your email or using filters to automatically sort incoming mail, Gmail offers a variety of tools aimed at managing your inbox clutter.

    If you haven’t already, you should enable two-factor authentication on your Gmail account. Two-factor authentication works by combining something you know (a password) with something you have (your phone), effectively doubling your account’s security.

    How to change sync settings in Gmail
    How to use Action Confirmations in Gmail
    How to use Auto-advance in Gmail
    How to use the vacation responder in Gmail
    How to search in Gmail
    How to create labels in Gmail
    How to filter messages in Gmail
    How to add an alias in Gmail

    How to change sync settings in Gmail

    Gmail automatically syncs emails for up t…

  • Gmail: Boost your productivity with these tips and tricks

    Master your inbox with these Gmail tips and tricks.

    We covered the basics of Gmail for Android in our beginner’s guide, and now it’s time to take a look at features that extend the functionality of the email client. Whether it’s creating labels to categorize your email or using filters to automatically sort incoming mail, Gmail offers a variety of tools aimed at managing your inbox clutter.

    If you haven’t already, you should enable two-factor authentication on your Gmail account. Two-factor authentication works by combining something you know (a password) with something you have (your phone), effectively doubling your account’s security.

    How to change sync settings in Gmail
    How to use Action Confirmations in Gmail
    How to use Auto-advance in Gmail
    How to use the vacation responder in Gmail
    How to search in Gmail
    How to create labels in Gmail
    How to filter messages in Gmail
    How to add an alias in Gmail

    How to change sync settings in Gmail

    Gmail automatically syncs emails for up t…

  • Customizable Google search bar rolls out with the latest Google app beta 7.14.15 [APK Download]

    In his teardown of the Google app 7.12, Cody uncovered a customizable Google Search bar was in the making and it’s been showing up here and there for some, but the latest Google app beta version 7.14.15 finally brings it to life for everyone.

    The new Search bar widget looks pretty much the same as the old one, so you’d be forgiven for missing it. The main change is an overflow menu on the right that lets you choose a Customize option.

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    Customizable Google search bar rolls out with the latest Google app beta 7.14.15 [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Let’s talk about the Pixel 2 XL’s display controversy

    So, the Pixel 2 XL’s display…

    For the most part, we came away very impressed with the Google Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL. The phones aren’t perfect, but then again, no phone is. The Pixel 2 XL comes equipped with a 6-inch 2880 x 1440 pOLED LG display, and while that sounds great on paper, people’s reception to it has been all over the place.

    Right now, there are two main complaints with the Pixel 2 XL’s display – its viewing angles and “dull” colors. The former of those two complaints has to do with the LG panel itself, but the numerous reports of colors looking washed out is a result of Google purposefully calibrating the display to an sRGB profile. Google says that this allows the Pixel 2 XL’s display to be more color accurate than competing devices, and while this might be true, the initial reception isn’t entirely positive.

    Here’s what some of our forum users have to say.

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