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  • How to deal with Gear VR overheating

    These tips ought to help if your phone overheats while playing Gear VR.

    There are few things quite as frustrating as being in the middle of an awesome VR game and having your phone overheat and shut everything down. Gear VR can overheat, and when it does, it’s never at an opportune time. Thankfully there are a fair few ways that you can get around this problem, and we’ve got the details on them.

    Read more at VRHeads.com

  • Major security vulnerability found in VLC, Kodi, and other media players, Kodi for Android already patched

    What’s worse than a security vulnerability in a widely-used program? A security vulnerability in several widely-used programs. Researchers from Check Point Software Technologies have uncovered a flaw in a handful of media players (including VLC, Kodi, Stremio, and PopcornTime) that allows hackers to run executable code through subtitle files.

    Check Point did not reveal details about how the vulnerability works, to protect users and allow developers to fix the issue. Essentially, hackers can create malicious subtitle files containing executable code, which runs when the file is loaded.

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    Major security vulnerability found in VLC, Kodi, and other media players, Kodi for Android already patched was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • T-Mobile’s DIGITS number sharing service rolls out on May 31st

    T-Mobile announced a bets test for its DIGITS service last year, and at long last the beta is over. DIGITS will roll out to all subscribers on May 31st, and it’s free to use with your current mobile number. If you want multiple numbers (or DIGITS as T…

  • Best Ultra Thin Cases for Google Pixel

    What are the best ultra-thin cases for the Google Pixel?

    Updated May, 2017: Added new super-thin case options!

    The Google Pixel is a brand new, sleek and stylish phone, so having a big bulky case on it might not be the most ideal thing for those who want to keep the minimalist beauty of the device while still showing it off (and keeping it protected!)

    There are plenty of cases to pick from when it come to customizing your Pixel, but with so many options available, which one should you go with? Here are our choices we think you should consider while picking out the best ultra-thin case for your Google Pixel!

    Maxboost mSnap Thin case
    Pixel Case by Google
    DGtle Anti-Scratch case
    Spigen Liquid Crystal case
    Bear Motion Ultra Slim case
    Maxboost Liquid Skin case

    Maxboost mSnap Thin case

    If you’re looking for a Google Pixel case that’s thin and out of the way, but that still adds a little bit of protection and security to your phone, then take a peek at the highly-rated and recommen…

  • Goat Simulator PayDay arrives on Android in a stolen car

    Goat Simulator has seen a plethora of different games released under its franchise in the last few years. The gameplay has ranged from zombie survival to colonizing space, and everything in between. Well, it would appear that Coffee Stain Studios is n…

  • Andy Rubin expected to show off Essential’s first phone on May 30

    A fresh player in the Android smartphone game.

    Essential, the phone brand founded by Andy Rubin, is building up the hype to making an announcement next week. Essential has launched a new Twitter account and is teasing some sort of announcement for May 30

    Almost ready to share with you what we’ve been up to. Please follow our new twitter handle @essential and stay updated…— Andy Rubin (@Arubin) May 25, 2017
    Hi, welcome to our Twitter page. We’re here to let you know something big is coming May 30th! Stay tuned…— Essential (@essential) May 25, 2017
    That conveniently overlaps with Andy Rubin’s appearance at Recode’s Code Conference, which starts on May 30. It’s expected we’ll get some sort of details on the device — and the company itself — and could even see the hardware.

    Aside from a single teaser image showing a tiny corner of the phone, we don’t really have any details on what’s in store. We expect a futuristic phone that’s running Android and has some …

  • Microsoft renames Beam streaming platform to ‘Mixer,’ releases Android app as a beta

    You may recall that Microsoft purchased Beam, a live streaming company, back in August of 2016. The Windows 10 Creators Update, which was released not too long ago, includes Beam support for streaming games without having to install additional software. Today Microsoft has renamed the service to ‘Mixer,’ and released a beta of the Android app.

    Mixer’s unique feature that sets it apart from competitors, like Twitch and YouTube, is that live streams have a very low latency.

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    Microsoft renames Beam streaming platform to ‘Mixer,’ releases Android app as a beta was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Microsoft renames Beam streaming platform to ‘Mixer,’ releases Android app as a beta

    You may recall that Microsoft purchased Beam, a live streaming company, back in August of 2016. The Windows 10 Creators Update, which was released not too long ago, includes Beam support for streaming games without having to install additional software. Today Microsoft has renamed the service to ‘Mixer,’ and released a beta of the Android app.

    Mixer’s unique feature that sets it apart from competitors, like Twitch and YouTube, is that live streams have a very low latency.

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    Microsoft renames Beam streaming platform to ‘Mixer,’ releases Android app as a beta was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • One of the lawsuits over the LG Nexus 5X bootloop has been dropped

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    Chimicles & Tikellis LLP, the law firm which was previously involved in a suit against LG for the Nexus 5X bootlooping problem, has filed a notice for voluntary dismissal of their case as of May 4th. Note that this is a different suit than the one by Girard Gibbs LLP that we reported on back in April, which (to our knowledge) is still ongoing.

    Some of you that might have contacted the firm in the past to join the class might have received an email over the last week.

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    One of the lawsuits over the LG Nexus 5X bootloop has been dropped was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • One of the lawsuits over the LG Nexus 5X bootloop has been dropped

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    Chimicles & Tikellis LLP, the law firm which was previously involved in a suit against LG for the Nexus 5X bootlooping problem, has filed a notice for voluntary dismissal of their case as of May 4th. Note that this is a different suit than the one by Girard Gibbs LLP that we reported on back in April, which (to our knowledge) is still ongoing.

    Some of you that might have contacted the firm in the past to join the class might have received an email over the last week.

    Read More

    One of the lawsuits over the LG Nexus 5X bootloop has been dropped was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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