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  • Android Oreo feature spotlight: Task Snapshots allow for higher quality, more accurate overview thumbnails

    After months of living with the developer preview, we’ve got a pretty good handle on what’s in Android 8.0 Oreo. Still, some surprises are lurking inside. For example, the use of so-called “Task Snapshots” in Android 8.0 means your overview thumbnails…

  • [Deal Alert] Get a ZTE Spro 2 LTE smart projector for $299.99 ($200 off) on eBay

    Projectors are usually bulky and immobile, but ZTE’s Spro 2 can be easily brought wherever your heart desires. The Spro 2 is about 2.5 years old at this point, but there haven’t really been many better ones launched. Now, you can get a Verizon LTE mod…

  • LastPass launches public beta with support for Oreo’s autofill API

    One of the more exciting features in Android 8.0 is support for autofill providers; apps that can drop in your username and password without a bunch of clunky workarounds. The catch, however, is that apps need to be updated with this feature in mind. LastPass is already readying Oreo support, and you can check it out now in the new public beta.

    Joining the LastPass beta is a snap—just head over to the Play Store landing page and register.

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    LastPass launches public beta with support for Oreo’s autofill API was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google may release its own headphones with Assistant built-in

    A recent teardown of the Google app suggests the company on its own wireless headset.

    While a lot of headphones have the ability to activate Google Assistant, what this really does is activated Assistant on the phone. While that’s all well and good, being able to process commands on the headphones would also be useful. According to 9to5Google, some Assistant headphones may be on their way.

    9to5Google decompiled the APK file of the most recent version of the Google app. In it, they found references to the ability for the user to hear and reply to notifications, how to app will handle the Assistant button on the headphones being toggled, and the ability for the headphones to receive firmware updates.

    Given that the next Pixel phones won’t include a 3.5mm headphone jack, it’s safe to assume the headphones would connect wirelessly via Bluetooth. Other than the inclusion of Assistant, there’s not much that would separate Google’s headphones from more established devices like the Bose Q…

  • Microsoft Office Lens updated with ability to scan multiple images

    Like many of Microsoft’s apps, Office Lens displayed some cool technology at launch but was lacking in features. With today’s update, Microsoft is addressing one very obvious shortcoming of the app. You can now capture multiple items at once and merge …

  • Can a modular Galaxy S9 succeed where LG and Lenovo failed?

    Eldar Murtazin believes that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will sport a modular design that is inspired by Motorola’s MotoMods. Would it succeed with Lenovo

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Google to revamp Chromebook Pixel lineup with new convertible this year

    Google will likely announce the next Chromebook Pixel at the same time as this year’s Pixel phones.

    While there are plenty of great Chromebooks out there from third-party partners, Google looks to be gearing up to release another Chromebook Pixel. The first Chromebook Pixel was released in 2013, refreshed in 2015, then put on hold earlier this year. It seems the line is no longer on hold, because a new Chromebook Pixel may be just around the corner.

    Android Police reports that Google will be announcing another first party Pixel laptop at the same time as the next Pixel phones. The device might be related to Google’s earlier Project Bison, which allegedly featured a 32GB or 128GB of internal storage, 8GB or 16GB of RAM, a 12.3-inch screen, and a Wacom stylus.

    The laptop may also feature the wacky keyboard that showed up in recent patents. Those patents showed a second hinge for the keyboard area, so there would be a smooth surface when you first open the laptop. The patents didn’t …

  • Hell has officially frozen over, Taito just released a premium Bust-A-Move game onto the Play Store

    I thought I would never see the day. There is an official Bust-A-Move game from Taito Corporation on the Play Store, and it’s a premium release. While some of you may know the franchise by its Japanese name Puzzle Bobble, this classic bubble shooter i…

  • The Nest Cam indoor security camera works great with smart homes and is down to $144

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, and this deal on the Nest Cam is a doozy!

    Get this Nest Cam indoor security camera for just $144 at Lowe’s with the ridiculous coupon code 470000000074228. Lowe’s has discounted the Nest Cam down to $169 this week, which puts it just a little higher than other retailers like Amazon. The coupon code drops it down to its lowest price anywhere since last year’s Black Friday sales. Be sure to select “Parcel Shipping” for free 1-3 day shipping.

    In the world of indoor security cameras, Nest Cam is one of the best if you’re into the whole Smart Home thing. It has 1080p HD video quality with 8x digital zoom, two-way audio, 24/7 live streaming capability, low-light capabilities, all kinds of customized alert settings, and easy setup. Add all that to the Works with Nest program, which ensures Nest devices are still compatible with more services than other devices, and you won’t find a better security camera to connect to your Smart Home hub.

    On Amazon…

  • Exclusive: Google plans to launch a new Chromebook Pixel, mini version of Google Home alongside new phones

    According to a source familiar with the company’s plans, Google will launch not just two new Google Pixel phones at a hardware event this fall, but an all-new Pixel-branded Chromebook – the first since the 2015 Chromebook Pixel pictured above – as wel…

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