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  • BEAM is a $99 smart wearable button with an AMOLED screen

    Every once in a while, you want to make sure that your opinion on a subject is perfectly clear. Pins have long been used for protests, elections, and other favored causes. The idea might not be for everyone, but I’m sure we’re all familiar with the concept, at least. And now a company called BEAM Authentic has released a self-titled product that lets you broadcast anything from a customized message or logo to an endless stream of cat GIFs from a battery-powered AMOLED screen on your chest. 

    Specs are inconsistently detailed.

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    BEAM is a $99 smart wearable button with an AMOLED screen was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The FCC has killed net neutrality protections in the US, and that’s bad

    Net neutrality was codified under the FCC’s Title II regulatory authority nearly three years ago, regulations that covered both wired and wireless internet providers. The providers were none too happy about this – Verizon’s morse code sass being the m…

  • Amazon will start selling Chromecast and Apple TV after pulling them in 2015, Google Home still not available

    Amazon removed the Chromecast, Nexus Player, and Apple TV from its online store in 2015. Amazon said the products’ lack of Prime Video support could confuse buyers, but most saw it as a thinly-veiled attempt to boost sales of its own Fire TV lineup. S…

  • Best External Hard Drives for PlayStation 4

    The days of cracking open a PS4 for expansion are over!

    PlayStation 4 owners have no shortage of choice when it comes to storage expansion. Popping out the internal drive is fairly easy, but if you don’t want to go through that trouble there’s an alternative. Just plug a USB hard drive into your console, and instantly you have all the storage you could ever need.

    All you need now is to pick the right drive for your needs. Here are some solid options available to you today.

    Toshiba Canvio Connect II

    If you need a storage bump but don’t want to take up another power outlet on your entertainment center or would prefer the hard drive be easy to hide away, Toshiba has what you need. The Canvio Connect II is a 1TB hard drive that is powered by the USB port and is small enough to tuck away behind the console.

    This will effectively double the storage of the more spacious PS4s you can buy today, and will be more than enough for those upgrading a 500GB console. And for $52 you don’t hav…

  • Take a trip down memory lane with ‘Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty’

    I feel like it has been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty has officially launched on Android, and you can pick it up today for $7.99. For some odd reason, Oddworld Inhabitants Inc. had only released two of their later Oddworld games (Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath and Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee) on the Play Store despite the fact that the first title in the series has had an HD port on PC and consoles since 2015.

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    Take a trip down memory lane with ‘Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • This is our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S9

    Ladies and gentlemen, the Galaxy S9.

    Samsung knocked it out of the park with the Galaxy S8 in 2017, and as such, expectations for the S9 are pretty high. We’ve already heard a few rumors and reports about what to expect from next year’s flagship, and now we have our first real render of what the phone will probably look like.

    The folks at 91Mobiles recently partnered with OnLeaks to share the first CAD render for the S9, and although this isn’t confirmed by Samsung to be the final design of the phone, it does line up nicely with other reports that have popped up regarding it.

    The overall aesthetic of the Galaxy S9 will be very similar to that of the S8, but one notable change lies with the placement of the rear fingerprint scanner. Rather than being positioned next to the camera, it’s now in a much more sensible location underneath it. Speaking of the camera, this render only shows a single sensor rather than two like what’s found on the Note 8. The single sensor should still kick…

  • Pandora Plus and free members can stream on-demand after watching an ad

    Watch a 15-second ad, get on-demand music streaming.

    Back in March, Pandora launched Pandora Premium as a way to compete more directly with the likes of Spotify and Google Play Music. One of the biggest draws to Premium is the ability to stream on-demand music alongside Pandora’s radio stations, but the streaming service is now expanding this feature to both Plus and free members as well.

    For Plus and free users of Pandora, on-demand music streaming will be available after watching a 15-second advertisement. You’ll search for the song, artist, or album you’re looking for, choose that you want to watch the 15-second ad, and you’ll then be able to listen to whatever you’d like. No advertisements will play during your listening session, but if you search for something else and leave what you’re currently jamming out to, you’ll need to watch another 15-second ad before proceeding.

    Premium subscribers will still retain the exclusive ability to create custom playlists and download songs…

  • Reminder: Project Fi doesn’t offer simultaneous voice and data when connected to Sprint

    Yes, this is still a thing you have to remember.

    Project Fi offers a lot of flexibility when it comes to networks, with seamless switching between T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular and Wi-Fi for calling, texting and data needs. While we’ve established that the switching isn’t much to worry about and actually works quite well, the one shortcoming arrives when you go to make calls and use data at the same time when your phone is connected to the Sprint network.

    Just like other modern phones that are running on Sprint proper, there’s no simultaneous voice and data support when your Project Fi phone uses the Sprint network. So if your phone is connected to the Sprint network (which by design isn’t made clear to you) and you connect a phone call, your data connection will cut out — so you can’t search for that restaurant you’re trying to book, grab tickets to the show you’re discussing, or perhaps more importantly use your laptop that is tethered to the phone at the time.

    This rea…

  • SoundCloud’s redesigned home screen features personalized playlists and curated recommendations

    SoundCloud has announced today that it’s given the home screen of its Android app a fresh lick of paint. Until now, the app would open with a stream of the latest releases from the artists and labels you follow. That content is still there, in a new tab highlighted by a lightning bolt, but the home screen has a few new goodies to keep you interested.

    The new home experience is headlined by personalized playlists such as ‘More of what you like’ and ‘Artists you should know,’ which are automatically created based on your listening history.

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    SoundCloud’s redesigned home screen features personalized playlists and curated recommendations was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Deal: Daydream View VR headset on sale for $78

    Available now at Best Buy.

    Google’s Daydream VR platform has grown quite a bit since its launch in October of 2016, and the best way to experience it is still with the Daydream View headset. Google released a slightly updated version of the Daydream View alongside the Pixel 2 this October, and while it came with a few new features, this also resulted in a slightly higher price of $99.

    Our own Russell Holly said the new Daydream View headset was well worth its larger price tag, but if you’ve been waiting to pick one up, you can now purchase one from Best Buy for just $78.99.

    That’s a saving of $20.01, and it brings the price down to the regular cost of last year’s model.

    The 2017 version of the Daydream View still works fundamentally the same as the previous version, but it comes equipped with less light leak, a heat sink to keep your phone as cool as possible, a comfier head strap, and quite a bit more.

    We aren’t sure how long this deal will last, so if you want to pick up a Day…

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