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  • Fitbit Ionic smartwatch releasing worldwide Oct. 1 for $299.95

    Fitbit’s first smartwatch is hitting worldwide markets on October 1.

    For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been wearing a new wearable, and while it looks a little bit like something I’ve worn before, it’s quite different — and a lot more ambitious. No, I’m not talking about some new Android Wear watch but the Fitbit Ionic, Fitbit’s first smartwatch and an honest-to-goodness hit.

    The reason for its success will inevitably be the five-day battery life which exists despite a very capable operating system, bright LCD display, and plenty of fitness-tracking features.

    While the so-called App Gallery will be sparse at launch, with just a handful of apps including Starbucks, Strava, Pandora, and Weather Channel, there will be plenty of others by year’s end, thanks to the upcoming Fitbit SDK.

    Fitbit Ionic will be available on October 1 at Amazon, Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kohl’s, Macy’s, REI, Target and Verizon for $299.95.

    See at Fitbit

    Fitbit is also releasing its first B…

  • Oxygen OS v4.5.0 rolling out for the OnePlus 3/3T, with some OnePlus 5 features in tow

    The OnePlus 5 may have come out, but that doesn’t mean the company has forgotten about the 3 and 3T. Earlier today, the two phones were updated to Oxygen OS 4.5.0, introducing a pile of new features like “lift up display,” Gaming Do Not Disturb, low priority notifications, and OnePlus’ Slate font. Most of the changes in this release were already available on the OnePlus 5, but it’s great to see them trickle down onto older hardware. 

    The OTA update is hitting devices now, and it’s 197MB in size.

    Read More

    Oxygen OS v4.5.0 rolling out for the OnePlus 3/3T, with some OnePlus 5 features in tow was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Oxygen OS v4.5.0 rolling out for the OnePlus 3/3T, with some OnePlus 5 features in tow

    The OnePlus 5 may have come out, but that doesn’t mean the company has forgotten about the 3 and 3T. Earlier today, the two phones were updated to Oxygen OS 4.5.0, introducing a pile of new features like “lift up display,” Gaming Do Not Disturb, low priority notifications, and OnePlus’ Slate font. Most of the changes in this release were already available on the OnePlus 5, but it’s great to see them trickle down onto older hardware. 

    The OTA update is hitting devices now, and it’s 197MB in size.

    Read More

    Oxygen OS v4.5.0 rolling out for the OnePlus 3/3T, with some OnePlus 5 features in tow was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Firefox 56 will drop support for Adobe Flash on Android

    Remember when being able to run Adobe Flash was a selling point for Android devices? The plugin was never officially supported past Android 4.1, but various hacks kept it alive for a while longer. Some browsers continued to support the plugin for devi…

  • Firefox 56 will drop support for Adobe Flash on Android

    Remember when being able to run Adobe Flash was a selling point for Android devices? The plugin was never officially supported past Android 4.1, but various hacks kept it alive for a while longer. Some browsers continued to support the plugin for devi…

  • More accurate and efficient GPS chips coming to 2018 smartphones

    GPS chips in 2018 phones will be more accurate and use 50% less battery.

    While bezel-less displays and dual-camera systems are visual upgrades that are easy to get excited about, an upcoming GPS chip from Broadcom will soon allow future smartphones to provide more accurate mapping features and less battery drain when using services like Google Maps, Waze, etc. Late last week, the IEEE Spectrum announced that this new chip is finally ready for mass-production for consumer-facing products and that we should be able to see this latest advancement in GPS technology make its way to smartphones set to be released in 2018.

    More accurate turn-by-turn directions and the ability to have a little extra battery at the end of the day undoubtedly sounds quite nice, but the extent of the upgrades that have been made here is seriously impressive. Current GPS chips in smartphones provide a location accuracy within 5-meters (or 500-centimeters) of your actual location, but with Broadcom’s latest and g…

  • More accurate and efficient GPS chips coming to 2018 smartphones

    GPS chips in 2018 phones will be more accurate and use 50% less battery.

    While bezel-less displays and dual-camera systems are visual upgrades that are easy to get excited about, an upcoming GPS chip from Broadcom will soon allow future smartphones to provide more accurate mapping features and less battery drain when using services like Google Maps, Waze, etc. Late last week, the IEEE Spectrum announced that this new chip is finally ready for mass-production for consumer-facing products and that we should be able to see this latest advancement in GPS technology make its way to smartphones set to be released in 2018.

    More accurate turn-by-turn directions and the ability to have a little extra battery at the end of the day undoubtedly sounds quite nice, but the extent of the upgrades that have been made here is seriously impressive. Current GPS chips in smartphones provide a location accuracy within 5-meters (or 500-centimeters) of your actual location, but with Broadcom’s latest and g…

  • WhatsApp is now blocked in China

    China has a long history of blocking or limiting access to websites, especially social networks and Western-owned sites. Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and many Google services are currently blocked in mainland China. WhatsApp has been parti…

  • Start off the week with 34 temporarily free and 25 on-sale apps

    It’s the end of September, if you can believe that, which means that I have a lot of assignments and work to get done before Saturday. Still, I have taken the time to compile the first app sales post of this final week of the month. There are a few goodies to be had, which be bolded.

    Free

    Apps

    1. Millimeter Pro – ruler and protractor on screen $1.49 -> Free; 1 day left
    2. Music Cube – Pro Music Player $2.99 -> Free; 2 days left
    3. 80s Music Radio Pro $1.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    4. Fractions Math Pro $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    5. Temperature Converter Pro $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    6. AccSpeed $0.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    7. Teach Your Monster to Read – Phonics and Reading $4.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    8. Binary Calculator Pro $0.99 -> Free; 7 days left
    9. Handy Data Logger $1.49 -> Free; 7 days left

    Games

    1. Hexasmash 2 – Physics Ball Shooter Puzzle $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    2. Hook $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    3. Survival Game: Lost Island PRO $1.49 -> Free; 3 days left
    4. Ball Reach $0.99 -> Free; 4 days left
    5. Buff Knight Advanced – Retro RPG Runner $0.99 -> Free; 4 days left
    6. Kidz Hub : All-in-One Preschool Games for Kids $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    7. Kombo King $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    8. Tom the Tow Truck: Drive in Car City – Mini Mango $2.49 -> Free; 5 days left
    9. パネルでパズル!!

    Read More

    Start off the week with 34 temporarily free and 25 on-sale apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google extends security updates for Nexus 5X and 6P to November 2018

    Google has followed the same device support pattern for years – two years of major Android OS updates, and three years of security updates. You might get Android updates after that, and you might get further security updates, but it’s not guaranteed. …

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