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  • How to Get Samsung Software Updates Faster Using Smart Switch

    There is another way.

    We all have plenty to complain about when it comes to software updates landing on our Samsung phones. Right now it’s the slow rollout of Oreo, but we’ll soon feel the same way about the next one. But sometimes it isn’t Samsung’s fault that you don’t yet have the latest update — issues with carriers and even the current software on your phone can prevent your phone from downloading an update even when it’s actually “available” to your model.

    That’s where Samsung’s own desktop software, Smart Switch, comes in. Despite its core feature being backing up and restoring data when switching phones, it has the added benefit of being able to download and update the software on your Samsung phone. Here’s how it works.

    How to manually update your Samsung phone using Smart Switch

    Go to Samsung’s Smart Switch website and download for PC or Mac.
    Install and open Smart Switch on your computer and connect your phone via its USB cable.

    If you haven’t plugged in to your…

  • This Tacklife USB rechargeable electric arc lighter is only $10

    A safe and easy way to light things on fire.

    This Tacklife USB-rechargeable electric arc lighter is down to $10.12 with code TEKPK6SU on Amazon. In January this lighter was selling as high as $19. It has since dropped down to around the $13 price, but this code brings it down to an even more fantastic low price.

    This arc lighter is very similar to a model we’ve shared many deals on before, except this one has an extended neck. The flexible section can rotate as well, so you can fit it in the weird and awkward spots you might need to light something, like the stove or grill or a candle where you can’t quite reach the wick. It has a 220mAh built-in battery that can be recharged via USB more than 200 times and gets you more than 400 lights per charge. The lighter automatically shuts off after 10 seconds and has no spark, no smell, and never needs gas. Tacklife backs it up with a two-year warranty.

    See on Amazon

  • Best Car Chargers for Samsung Galaxy S9

    Never run out of battery while you’re on the go!

    The Samsung Galaxy S9 is designed to let you do more — as long as your battery doesn’t run out!

    With USB-C and wireless charging capabilities, there’s more than one way to keep your Galaxy S9 topped up while in the car. Make sure you arrive at the party with a fully charged phone by getting a car charging accessory for your new phone.

    Samsung Fast Charge Dual-Port Car Charger
    Anker Power Drive 2
    iOttie Easy One-Touch 4 QI Wireless Charging Mount
    Aukey Dual USB Car Charger w/ Quick Charge 3.0

    Samsung Fast Charge Dual-Port Car Charger

    If you’re concerned with compatibility issues, you may want to consider the Samsung Fast Charge Dual-Port Car Charger.

    This is a great car charger if you regularly drive with a passenger who might also like to charge their phone, or if you need to charge multiple devices on the go. If the space around your car’s 12V port is tight, Samsung sells a compact single-port car charger. ($22) that s…

  • Opinion: It should be easier to share and collaborate on some Google services, particularly Chrome and Contacts

    For the first thirty years of my life, I was a lone wolf both offline and online. Then a funny Tinder conversation (of all places, gosh do I know!) with a stranger turned into a dinner, and we were pretty much inseparable since. Suddenly, most of the “me” decisions became “we,” and as much as I like to think that choosing between Google Drive and Dropbox isn’t a life or death situation, I do rely a lot on the services I use daily.

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    Opinion: It should be easier to share and collaborate on some Google services, particularly Chrome and Contacts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Honor View10 orders are now shipping out

    Pre-orders for the $499 Honor View10 opened on March 12th, and Huawei initially stated that orders would begin to ship out on March 22nd. It turns out that Huawei’s estimate was a bit off, though; the HiHonor site is now saying that Honor View10 order…

  • Cancel your weekend plans for Shadowgun Legends and PUBG Mobile!

    You have to play these games.

    Update March 23, 2018: The big news this week was the release of PUBG Mobile for Android — but almost lost in the shuffle was the release of the epic RPG shooter Shadowgun Legends!

    PUBG Mobile

    Far and away the biggest game release for Android this week, if you haven’t checked out PUBG yet make sure you do this weekend.

    If you missed my review earlier this week, here’s what you need to know. PUBG is a battle royale-style game where 100 players are dropped onto a large island map with no supplies. You must quickly search for loot and then kill or survive until you’re the very last man standing.

    This is a very good port of the original game that has been optimized for mobile without taking anything away from the core gameplay. The learning curve is steep, but the tiered ranking system means you shouldn’t run into too many elite players in your first couple games.

    It’s free to download and play with no ads and no pay-to-win elements and comes…

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumors: Release date, specs, price, and features!

    Here’s everything we know about the Galaxy Note 9!

    Now more than ever, Samsung’s Galaxy S+ phones are becoming eerily similar to the Note series. The Note used to be Samsung’s way of touting all of the latest and greatest tech it had to offer, and while this is still the case, the same can be said for this year’s Galaxy S9+.

    Samsung needs more than just the S Pen to make the Note 9 stand out from its own phones and the rest of the competition, and luckily, all signs are pointing to something exciting for this year’s release. Here’s what we know so far!

    March 23, 2018: A new report suggests that the Note 9 will have an in-display fingerprint sensor

    As bezels continue to shrink, the mobile industry is being forced to come up with new ways to implement biometric security systems. This means moving fingerprint sensors to the back of phones, and in some cases, replacing them entirely with face-unlock setups.

    According to a report from The Korea Herald, Samsung will use the Galaxy Not…

  • Chrome OS beta channel adds inline replies for Android app message notifications

    Android has had a direct reply feature since 7.0 Nougat, which lets you respond to messages right from the notification shade. It works on various messaging apps, including several of the many Google chat apps (such as Hangouts and Android Messages). Since a number of Chromebooks now support Android apps downloaded from the Play Store, it stands to reason that this feature should also work on Chrome OS. And now it does, according to François Beaufort of Google’s Chrome team.

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    Chrome OS beta channel adds inline replies for Android app message notifications was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Does phone brand loyalty still matter?

    Why constrain yourself to only one manufacturer or software experience anymore?

    In 2011, I remember setting up my first Android phone, the HTC Inspire, after trading my iPhone 4 away on Craigslist. I loved my iPhone at the time, but I’d spent so many hours watching videos and reading reviews on various Android devices that I just had to have one, and the Inspire looked like the perfect option.

    I signed into my Google account, set up Facebook and Twitter, and got started with HTC Sense — complete with that giant clock widget everyone was infatuated with back then. Save for a few hardware downsides (battery life wasn’t great, and the door to swap batteries was next-to-impossible to open), I was in love. Who could’ve imagined an enormous 4.3″ display could actually fit in a hand or pocket? And the download speeds were so much faster than the iPhone!

    HTC is still making gorgeous phones, but they don’t stand out like they used to.

    A lot of people seemed to agree with my sent…

  • How to get the perfect PlayStation VR room setup

    Making the most of your space isn’t as difficult as you might think.

    So you’ve just picked dup that shiny new PlayStation VR, and you’re dying to open it up and get it set up, but you have a few questions. Between all of the cords, the way that the PlayStation camera needs to be set up, questions about light calibration, and finding the right amount of space to play, things can get a little bit overwhelming.

    That’s where we’re here to help. We’ve got everything you need to set up your PlayStation VR so that it works fantastically, along with answers about space, lighting, and even where to set up your system in an already cramped apartment!

    Get set up

    The first thing that you need to do before you even consider moving furniture, or rearranging your house, is figuring out where you plan on playing PlayStation VR. You’ll need the space to set up your console, television and PlayStation Camera, along with having enough space to move around without crashing into anything fragile or…

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