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  • Android O feature spotlight: The notification shade fingerprint swipe gesture now matches device orientation

    Since the Pixel was released last year it’s been possible to swipe down on the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor to pull down the notification shade. Those who use the feature may have noticed that while holding your phone in landscape you would need to…

  • Best Android Phone Under $700

    Update, May 2017: The Google Pixel is still the best small phone you can buy, if you can find it, though we’ve also added the LG G6 to this list and removed the HTC 10.

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    Google Pixel

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    I have good news for those of you ruing the day that the first phablet was ever announced. Google’s Pixel smartphone is a mere 5 inches, so those of you with smaller hands and diminutive pockets can rest easy knowing that there is flagship-level, feature-packed Android phone out there that doesn’t take up so much room.

    The Pixel is impressive on the inside, too. It’s got the latest Snapdragon 821 processor and 4GB of RAM. You can purchase it with up to 128GB of storage, though if you decide to stick to the alternative 32GB option, Google will still offer unlimited Photo uploads for your pictures. The Pixel also boasts impressive camera performance that nearly bests the Samsung…

  • Find My Device: Ultimate Guide

    Find My Device lets you remotely track, lock, and erase the data on a lost or stolen phone.

    Android Device Manager has picked up its first major update in two years, bringing a new visual layout and a new name: Find My Device. The app’s functionality isn’t changing — you’ll still be able to remotely track, lock, and erase the data on a lost or stolen phone — but the interface has picked up much-needed polish.

    With the rebranding, Find My Device is now a part of Google Play Protect, a suite of services designed to protect your phone from malicious content. Google is leveraging its machine learning expertise to scan and verify the apps installed on your phone, and while the Verify Apps feature has existed since the Jelly Bean era, Google is making the process much more visible to users.

    With Find My Device, you’ll also be able to see the battery life remaining on your phone and the Wi-Fi network it is connected to. Here’s what you need to know about Find My Device, and h…

  • Sony Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact and X1 release date and specs leaked

    The Sony Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact and X1 are expected to be revealed at IFA 2017, and their specs have just been leaked. Check out the details here.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Nokia 9 leak shows off dual cameras, 5.3-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 835

    An early look at the Nokia 9 shows off a device with a lot of potential.

    Nokia’s foray into the world of Android started off with three entry-level offerings — the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 — with the company stating that it would launch high-end phones at a later date. The Nokia 9 is likely to be the first of the premium phones, and a recent leak out of FrAndroid gives us a first look at the design and possible specs.

    The phone in question is a prototype of the Nokia 9, and as such is covered in a bulky case that hides its overall design. However, it has cut-outs for the various connectors, confirming USB-C charging and the presence of a 3.5mm jack. The Nokia 9 will have a 5.27-inch QHD display with an Always On mode, two 13MP cameras at the back oriented vertically, 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, and Quick Charge 3.0. There’s also a physical home button up front that houses a fingerprint scanner.

    On the software front, it looks like the Nokia 9 will come with And…

  • Protect your Galaxy S8 for just $25 today

    The Galaxy S8 is a beautiful device, but it can also be a bit on the fragile side, so you may want to protect it. Seidio’s DILEX case offers two layers of protection without a ton of bulk and a kickstand for just $25.

  • Google I/O is the Greatest Show on Earth

    Google I/O is for everyone, and that’s amazing.

    Google I/O has only been around for a decade, but to many developers, tech fans and lucky writers, it’s The Greatest Show on Earth.

    Though it’s shared a venue with both Apple’s and Microsoft’s developer conferences at one point or another, Google has managed to put its own colorful and at-times weird spin on the very dry notion of a developer conference. From a live Google Glass demo in 2012 involving skydivers to an infamously long and rambling question and answer period by then-CEO Larry Page, Google I/O has always been, through the thoroughly rehearsed keynote scripts and predictably healthy lunch fare, a bit haphazard and unpredictable.

    This year’s conference was a bit more sedate than previous years, but no less weird or charming.

    When the conference outgrew Moscone and San Francisco and shifted to Shoreline Amphitheater in 2016 — a concert venue made legend by being inspired by, and hosting 39 times, The Grateful Dea…

  • Lenovo rep confirms 3000mAh battery for the Moto Z2 Play

    Lenovo is trading battery life for a sleeker phone.

    It’s looking more and more likely that the Moto Z2 Play will feature a smaller battery than its predecessor. A leak from earlier this month revealed that the phone will come with a 3000mAh battery, and a recent tweet by a Lenovo representative confirms the change:

    @AnbhuleAnant Hi Anant. Moto Z2 Play has Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery. Auxen_Lenovo— Lenovo (@lenovo) May 20, 2017

    The Z2 Play passed through TENAA (China’s equivalent to the FCC) at the end of last week, giving us another look at the specs. The phone is likely to feature a 5.5-inch Full HD AMOLED display, Snapdragon 626, 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, and a 12MP camera with an f/1.7 lens.

    According to the original leak, Lenovo is prioritizing a thinner frame over a larger battery, with the Moto Z2 Play expected to come in at a thickness of 5.9mm, a full millimeter thinner than its predecessor. Motorola is likely to unveil the phone on June 8, so stay tuned f…

  • Android O feature spotlight: Chrome home screen shortcuts now use the Pixel launcher’s mask

    As you might know, Chrome for Android allows you to save websites on your home screen for easy access. This is especially useful for Progressive Web Apps, but works just as well for normal sites and web apps. These shortcuts have a few changes on Android O.

     

    Adding a site to the home screen on Android 7.1.2.

    Previously, icons on the home screen just used whatever icon the website provided, without any kind of layer or mask applied.

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    Android O feature spotlight: Chrome home screen shortcuts now use the Pixel launcher’s mask was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google I/O proves that Google is still the boss

    In the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Google is the biggest name. But what about other areas like VR? Can Google dominate that market too?(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

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