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  • Poll results: We should limit childrens’ time on smartphones

    Last week we raised an important question. Should we limit the time children spend on smartphones? It’s a much debated topic recently over health fears. Here are the results from our poll.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Android Auto v3.1 prepares to show message previews and HD graphics [APK Teardown]

    Android Auto has been making a lot of news lately with preparations for wireless projection support and recently enabling users to unlock a phone while it’s connected to the car. The latest version began rolling out earlier today, and it’s coming with a few smaller changes already live, plus a few clues about settings that may become available to us in the future.

    What’s New

    Unofficial Changelog: (the stuff we found)

    • System information available by tapping on version number
    • Developer mode now shows values for multi-select settings

    System info


    If you ever run into an issue with some software, developers will often ask about some system details while they’re diagnosing the problem.

    Read More

    Android Auto v3.1 prepares to show message previews and HD graphics [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Planet Gemini PDA Review: A tiny computer with big ideas

    Normally when I review a product, the question I’m trying to answer is whether it’s worth the asking price. But the Planet Gemini PDA was crowdfunded, willed into existence by almost 6,000 people pooling over $2 million on Indiegogo so that Planet Computers could build a modern version of the classic Psion PDA.

    Not ringing a bell? That’s okay; the Psion only achieved wide popularity in Europe, and that was a long time ago. (In fact the only time I ever saw one was on film; it’s the remote detonator the bad guys were brandishing in 1996’s Executive Decision.) Still, the Psion captured many hearts by virtue of its legendary QWERTY keyboard – a keyboard faithfully reproduced by the folks at Planet and mated with an Android smartphone/tablet to become the Planet Gemini PDA.

    Is it a smartphone? A tiny computer? A revived personal organizer? Bits of all three, really … and I’d be doubtful for its prospects out in the “real world” but for the little detail of i…

  • Participate in the Android Central VR forums and you could win a PlayStation VR Skyrim Bundle!

    Do you love virtual reality? Or maybe you’re really curious and want to dive in but just haven’t been able to swing buying the gear? Let us help!

    We’ve expanded our VR coverage on Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central and to kick things off we’re holding not one, but THREE separate giveaways where you can win some pretty amazing prizes. Entering is super easy, so let’s get right to it!

    THE PRIZE: One winner will receive a PlayStation VR Skyrim Bundle!


    First, leave a comment on this post in the Android Central VR forums as your official entry into the giveaway.
    From there, head into our new VR forums here at Android Central and join in the conversation. Ask questions, offer help and advice, share interesting things… just be an active part of the community! Each constructive comment you leave and thread you start will be another entry into the giveaway. However, DO NOT spam the forums with nonsense, as you will be eliminated from the giveaway and likely earn a time…

  • Snap introduces Explore to make it easier to find content on its Snap Map

    Snapchat’s Snap Map, the heatmap overview of Snaps shared around the world, was introduced last summer, letting users get a better sense of where their friends were sharing from. However, unless you zoomed out and looked around for Snaps and Stories o…

  • HEIF and HEVC: the future of multimedia files explained

    The most common formats used for videos and images are JPG and MP4 and have been with us for many years. These formats are slowly being replaced by the new, more efficient HEIF and HEVC. What do these acronyms mean and why are they so important? Find o…

  • All US Galaxy S9 and S9+s will be able to enroll in Samsung Premium Care “in the coming weeks”

    Having trouble enrolling your Galaxy S9 or S9+ in Samsung Premium Care? You’re not alone – but fear not: Samsung says post-purchase enrollment is opening in the coming weeks, and that you’ll be notified once it’s available.
    Samsung Premium Care is one…

  • How to see the apps tracking you on Facebook and stop them

    In the wake of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal, you might be wondering about what is happening with your personal information on Facebook. We’ll show you how you can find out which apps are tracking the data of you and your friends on Facebook…

  • In theory, this new Atari console is going to be awesome

    As nostalgia runs rampant through our consumer culture in 2018, the stewards of the Atari brand have come to GDC to show off early prototypes of a new system that looks and feels a whole lot like something you’d see on Radio Shack shelves 30 years ago. It’s called the Atari VCS, and if it delivers on even some of the promises being made about its capabilities this thing could be very, very cool.

    VCS stands for Video Computer System, and when I asked why that name was chosen over more iconic options like Jaguar or 2600, the response was simply “we called it a Video Computer System because that’s what it is.” Rather than compare this system to game consoles like the Xbox or even the NVIDIA Shield TV, Atari wanted to make it clear this gadget is built to offer more. It’s a Linux-based platform with access to an Atari-made content store, and of course access to heaps of classic Atari games. The goal is to make this box a streaming platform, gaming platform, browsing platform, and so on….

  • Best T-Mobile Deals of March 2018

    If you’re currently subscribed to T-Mobile or looking to switch to the Un-carrier, these are the deals to watch out for.

    T-Mobile’s been disrupting the wireless industry in the United States for years now, and a result of this has been big savings for the Un-carrier’s subscribers. T-Mobile often runs all sorts of deals and promotions at any given time, and these are the absolute best ones that you should keep your eye on.

    Take 50% off the Samsung Galaxy S9

    You’ve probably heard about the Samsung Galaxy S9 by now, and if so, you’re likely aware of its high price. The Galaxy S9 costs $720 on T-Mobile, but thanks to a promotion the Un-Carrier’s running, you can get it for up to 50% off.

    To take advantage of this deal, all you’ll need to do is trade-in your current phone. T-Mobile has a list of qualifying devices that it accepts, and in order to get the full 50% off ($360 in credits), you’ll need to trade-in a Galaxy S8, LG V30, Galaxy S7, or a number of other phones. If you have a…

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