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Stylish user interface combined with ease of use creates an unseen experience on the bike! Common bicycle computer features plus altitude info, emails with your GPS tracks and OpenStreetMap including bike trails.*…

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  • These are the laptop bags we use and love

    Carry me away.

    Everyone carries a bag of some sort of bag, from tiny leather shoulder bags to massive 40L rucksacks that can carry everyone one needs for a week-long getaway.

    Being a remote company, we’re always ready to work, either with a laptop, a tablet, or just a phone and a prayer.

    The bag one wears is important: it speaks a lot about a person’s lifestyle, and about their priorities. Given that we spend a lot of time reviewing gadgets, it’s really important that we have the right bag to carry all of our gadgets, cameras, and other accessories.

    So without further ado, here are the Bags of Android Central.

    Hayato Huseman, Associate Editor

    Peak Design Everyday Backpack 20L The bag that ended my bag addiction

    What Hayato loves about this bag: Whenever I travel for work, I need to bring a few things that help me write, film, and edit videos. The Everyday Backpack has enough room to fit my 15-inch MacBook Pro, camera, and various accessories like spare batteries, an ND filter,…

  • These are the laptop bags we use and love

    Carry me away.

    Everyone carries a bag of some sort of bag, from tiny leather shoulder bags to massive 40L rucksacks that can carry everyone one needs for a week-long getaway.

    Being a remote company, we’re always ready to work, either with a laptop, a tablet, or just a phone and a prayer.

    The bag one wears is important: it speaks a lot about a person’s lifestyle, and about their priorities. Given that we spend a lot of time reviewing gadgets, it’s really important that we have the right bag to carry all of our gadgets, cameras, and other accessories.

    So without further ado, here are the Bags of Android Central.

    Hayato Huseman, Associate Editor

    Peak Design Everyday Backpack 20L The bag that ended my bag addiction

    What Hayato loves about this bag: Whenever I travel for work, I need to bring a few things that help me write, film, and edit videos. The Everyday Backpack has enough room to fit my 15-inch MacBook Pro, camera, and various accessories like spare batteries, an ND filter,…

  • Google’s Datally app gets guest mode, daily limits, and other features

    All of this is rolling out to the app now.

    In late 2017, Google launched an app to help you cut down on your mobile data usage called “Datally.” Datally’s already pretty great as is, but Google recently announced four new features for the app that aim to help you use even less data.

    The feature that users will likely find the most useful is Daily Limit. With this, you can tell Datally how much mobile data you want to use each day. Once you hit that number, you can either keep using your data or block it for the rest of the day.

    Another big addition is Guest Mode. If you’ve got a friend, kid, or someone else that wants to play around with your phone, you can use Guest Mode to enable a data limit before handing them your phone so you can make sure they only use the data you allow them to.

    On top of Daily Limit and Guest Mode, Datally is also getting a map that shows nearby Wi-Fi networks and an Unused Apps tool that’ll sniff out apps you aren’t using but are still eating up your …

  • Google’s Datally app gets guest mode, daily limits, and other features

    All of this is rolling out to the app now.

    In late 2017, Google launched an app to help you cut down on your mobile data usage called “Datally.” Datally’s already pretty great as is, but Google recently announced four new features for the app that aim to help you use even less data.

    The feature that users will likely find the most useful is Daily Limit. With this, you can tell Datally how much mobile data you want to use each day. Once you hit that number, you can either keep using your data or block it for the rest of the day.

    Another big addition is Guest Mode. If you’ve got a friend, kid, or someone else that wants to play around with your phone, you can use Guest Mode to enable a data limit before handing them your phone so you can make sure they only use the data you allow them to.

    On top of Daily Limit and Guest Mode, Datally is also getting a map that shows nearby Wi-Fi networks and an Unused Apps tool that’ll sniff out apps you aren’t using but are still eating up your …

  • Google’s Datally app gets guest mode, daily limits, and other features

    All of this is rolling out to the app now.

    In late 2017, Google launched an app to help you cut down on your mobile data usage called “Datally.” Datally’s already pretty great as is, but Google recently announced four new features for the app that aim to help you use even less data.

    The feature that users will likely find the most useful is Daily Limit. With this, you can tell Datally how much mobile data you want to use each day. Once you hit that number, you can either keep using your data or block it for the rest of the day.

    Another big addition is Guest Mode. If you’ve got a friend, kid, or someone else that wants to play around with your phone, you can use Guest Mode to enable a data limit before handing them your phone so you can make sure they only use the data you allow them to.

    On top of Daily Limit and Guest Mode, Datally is also getting a map that shows nearby Wi-Fi networks and an Unused Apps tool that’ll sniff out apps you aren’t using but are still eating up your …

  • Complete the new Developer Economics Survey: Voice your opinion and win a Galaxy S9!

    Developers – Now is the time to share your opinions and enter to win amazing prizes like a Galaxy S9!

    Is JavaScript giving you headaches? Do you wish other developers knew how important Swift and Rust will be in the coming years? It’s your chance to turn your opinions into a tool of change! The new Developer Economics survey is open NOW, calling out all software developers to take part. Start right away!

    Don’t miss a chance to join over 40,000 developers from 160+ countries who take part in the Developer Economics surveys every year to tell the world where software development is going next.

    Who can take the survey?

    Pretty much everyone writing code and getting their hands on software development in Mobile, Desktop, IoT, AR/VR, Machine Learning & Data Science, Web, Backend and Games. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hobbyist, a startupper or an enterprise dev — the survey is open for all real developers out there!

    What sort of questions are they asking?

    The survey is d…

  • Complete the new Developer Economics Survey: Voice your opinion and win a Galaxy S9!

    Developers – Now is the time to share your opinions and enter to win amazing prizes like a Galaxy S9!

    Is JavaScript giving you headaches? Do you wish other developers knew how important Swift and Rust will be in the coming years? It’s your chance to turn your opinions into a tool of change! The new Developer Economics survey is open NOW, calling out all software developers to take part. Start right away!

    Don’t miss a chance to join over 40,000 developers from 160+ countries who take part in the Developer Economics surveys every year to tell the world where software development is going next.

    Who can take the survey?

    Pretty much everyone writing code and getting their hands on software development in Mobile, Desktop, IoT, AR/VR, Machine Learning & Data Science, Web, Backend and Games. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hobbyist, a startupper or an enterprise dev — the survey is open for all real developers out there!

    What sort of questions are they asking?

    The survey is d…

  • Complete the new Developer Economics Survey: Voice your opinion and win a Galaxy S9!

    Developers – Now is the time to share your opinions and enter to win amazing prizes like a Galaxy S9!

    Is JavaScript giving you headaches? Do you wish other developers knew how important Swift and Rust will be in the coming years? It’s your chance to turn your opinions into a tool of change! The new Developer Economics survey is open NOW, calling out all software developers to take part. Start right away!

    Don’t miss a chance to join over 40,000 developers from 160+ countries who take part in the Developer Economics surveys every year to tell the world where software development is going next.

    Who can take the survey?

    Pretty much everyone writing code and getting their hands on software development in Mobile, Desktop, IoT, AR/VR, Machine Learning & Data Science, Web, Backend and Games. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hobbyist, a startupper or an enterprise dev — the survey is open for all real developers out there!

    What sort of questions are they asking?

    The survey is d…

  • Android 8.0 Oreo rolling out to Verizon Moto Z, Moto Z Force Droid Editions

    Android 8.0 Oreo rolled out to the unlocked Moto Z in May. Now, the Verizon “Droid Editions” of both the Moto Z and Moto Z Force are getting the update. It comes with all the expected Oreo goodies — picture-in-picture support, notification improvements, and the like.

    The update also brings with it improved Wi-Fi and Bluetooth performance, and you’ll no longer have to restart your phone when swapping SIM cards. A subtle tweak, but still nice.

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    Android 8.0 Oreo rolling out to Verizon Moto Z, Moto Z Force Droid Editions was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Google Pixel 2 Cases in 2018

    Enhance the funky look of your Google Pixel 2 with the right case!

    The Google Pixel 2 Whether you love the design and want to enhance it, or simply looking for drop protection for your new phone, there’s a case that’s perfect for you.

    Google has partnered with a number of accessory makers for its ‘Made for Google” certification program featured in the Google Store, but you can also find a ton of quality third-party cases to fit your needs. We’ll run through the best options available straight from Google, then look at some cheaper options from Amazon.

    Google Live Cases
    Google Fabric Cases
    Power Support Air Jacket
    OtterBox Defender Series
    Bellroy Leather Case
    Ringke Fusion
    Spigen Rugged Armor
    LK Slim Thin Pixel 2 Case
    Incipio Carnaby Series Case
    Maxboost Folio Style Wallet Case
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    RhinoShield SolidSuit Case

    Google Live Cases

    First up is the customizable Google Live Cases, which give you the option of customizing the back of your Pixel 2 with a personal photo o…

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