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  • Google says a fix is coming tomorrow for Wi-Fi problems associated with Cast devices

    A few days back we reported that the Google Home Max (among other Cast-enabled devices) might be connected with some recent reports for widespread Wi-Fi troubles. Google has indirectly responded to this issue in a page on the Device Support section for Google Home support, in which the company acknowledges the existence and cause of the problem, promising a fix tomorrow. 

    This particular issue has picked up a lot of traction in the news, having been reported on by outlets covering a range from Engadget to The Sun, so it’s not just a niche problem.

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    Google says a fix is coming tomorrow for Wi-Fi problems associated with Cast devices was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google raises the bar for monetizing videos on YouTube

    It’s no easy feat to keep YouTube respectable enough for big advertisers when it relies entirely on user-created content from legions of video makers. Advertisers have complained to Google with increasing regularity when their ads show up alongside co…

  • [Deal Alert] Save a few bucks on select Google Home and Chromecast Ultra combos, I guess ($10-$30 off)

    Google is offering discounts on particular combinations of its Google Home and Chromecast hardware, but the deals are just kind of okay, and frankly a bit of a letdown with all the big price slashes from the holidays still fresh in our memories.

    Nonetheless, if you’re in the market for a Google Home device or a Chromecast Ultra, you can save a little bit of money with some of these combinations:

    • Save $30 on a Google Home Max plus a Google Home Mini ($418), which is sort of like getting the Mini for twenty bucks (though it had just been $30 over the holidays all by itself, but we’re trying not to think about that).

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    [Deal Alert] Save a few bucks on select Google Home and Chromecast Ultra combos, I guess ($10-$30 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Bridge Constructor Portal review: A physics-based puzzle game worthy of GLaDOS

    Are you prepared for more testing with GLaDOS at the Aperture Laboratories?

    I’m typically wary of cross-overs between franchises that I love — especially in the world of gaming, where an older game may get updated with a tie-in from a trendy franchise that’s marketed as a “brand new content”! It’s rare for crossover games to offer anything substantial for fans of either property and cynically seem to exist as a quick cash grab.

    Which is why I’ve been so god damn excited about Bridge Constructor Portal.

    On the surface, combining two of the best physics-based puzzle games seems like a no-brainer. Bridge Constructor is a deceptively simple game that tests your civil engineering skills, while Portal is an iconic first-person puzzle game developed by Valve as part of the expanded universe from the Half-Life series that introduced the world to the Portal Gun.

    Developed by ClockStone Studios, Bridge Constructor Portal captures the exact look and feel of the Aperture Laboratori…

  • [Deal Alert] Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 with USB-C PD is $79.99 ($20 off) on Amazon

    If there’s one thing that annoys me about modern smartphones, it’s their abysmal battery life. Remember those old Nokia bricks that had batteries that lasted for days on end? Now you’re lucky if your phone’s battery lasts past dinnertime with anything…

  • Score a free set of AKG Bluetooth headphones with a Galaxy S8 or Note 8

    Hear the savings for yourself.

    Samsung’s latest promotion scores you a free set of AKG Bluetooth headphones when you purchase a new Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note 8 online. These headphones are valued at $180, making this one of the better freebies we’ve seen the company include with its smartphone offerings. You can pick from a carrier model (excluding Sprint) or an unlocked one, and once you add the phone of your choice to the cart the headphones will appear automatically.

    Of course, there are some exclusions and rules here, which Samsung states as:

    *Must be 18+ & 50 US/DC res. From 1/16/17 – 2/16/17, purchase any Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7 Active, or Note8, (Offer excludes all Sprint carrier devices) on Samsung.com or Shop Samsung App (“Qualifying Purchase”) and get Free AKG Wireless Headphones (EO-Y50BTBLKAKG-PROMO). Gifts will automatically be added to your cart and price will automatically be reduced to zero for the Gift in the cart. Must check out with both Qualifyin…

  • Google Assistant and Home can now natively control your smart locks, August and Vivint are the first supported

    There are a few smart home device types that your Google Assistant/Home can control natively. Lights, plugs and switches, and thermostats were some of the first, but recently we’ve seen the addition of dryers, washers, dishwashers, vacuums, fridges, a…

  • Honor View 10 review: Shaking up the affordable flagship space

    Honor’s new flagship phone brings the best of Huawei to a wider audience, offering an 18:9 display and dual cameras for just £449.

    The quick take

    From build quality to battery life and performance, the View 10 leaves little to be desired and gives the OnePlus 5T a run for its money in the budget flagship category.

    The Good

    Premium build quality and modern design
    Oreo out of the box
    Solid camera performance
    Impressive battery life

    The Bad

    EMUI still isn’t for everyone
    No water/dust resistance
    Fingerprint sensor is a bit too small

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    Honor View 10 Full Review

    These days, there’s no shortage of great budget options for consumers that don’t want to spend four figures on a smartphone every year. That range spans across multiple devices from nearly every OEM, including many of Honor’s offerings like the Honor 7X. Likewise, most brands are happy to sell ultra-premium devices that satisfy even the most demanding power users’ needs.

    On the other hand, there…

  • ZTE is bringing the Axon M to China and Europe

    Available first for China and later in Q1 for European customers.

    The Axon M might not be the most popular phone on the market, but it must be doing good enough for ZTE to keep investing time and money into it. The company’s Vice President of Marketing announced at CES 2018 that we would see more foldable phones in the near future, and following that, it’s been confirmed that the Axon M will be heading to both China and Europe.

    China will be the first to get the phone starting on Saturday, January 20. Customers will be able to purchase the Axon M online at MyZTE.com and JD.com, and China Telecom will even sell the device in physical retail stores across the country.

    A final release for Europe hasn’t been announced yet, but ZTE says we can expect the phone to drop at some point during Q1 of the year (between January and March). Vodafone and TIM have been confirmed to carry the Axon M, and ZTE says that other “leading carriers” will offer it as well.

    The Axon M will cost ¥38…

  • Would you rather get the Pixel 2 XL or LG V30?

    No matter which phone you choose, you’ll find it hard to be disappointed.

    If you’re in the market to buy a new phone this very second, two of your best bets are the Google Pixel 2 XL and LG V30. These are both large phones that came out in late 2017, and each one packs its own unique punch that makes it worth checking out.

    One of our forum users recently said that they can’t decide which of the two phones to purchase, and as you’d expect, our community was quick to come to the rescue and offer any advice that they could.

    Here are some of the top responses.

    01-11-2018 12:38 PM

    It entirely depends what your main requirements are?
    Sound quality, headphone jack, wide angle camera, themes, one handed mode – go with the V30

    Updates, dual front facing speakers, superior cameras – go with the Pixel

    I’d choose the Pixel 2 XL personally purely for the cameras and the speakers

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