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    YouTube has been the biggest video-sharing site out there for many years, but that doesn’t mean that everything about it is very good. Two of those not-very-good things include the Video Editor and photo slideshows, which are both sparingly used. For …

  • Pioneer’s three 2017 Android Auto head units, including a single-DIN model, are now available at multiple retailers

    Pioneer is one of the most active manufacturers in the Android Auto head unit game, and that hasn’t changed for 2017. The AVH-3300NEX, AVH-2330NEX, and AVH-2300NEX were all announced earlier this year, but they haven’t been available for purchase unti…

  • Alexa is finally rolling out to Amazon’s Android app, starting this week

    Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant is best known for being on its Echo line of speakers, but it’s available on both iOS and Android. There’s a dedicated Alexa app on both of those operating systems, but only iOS has Alexa built into the main Amazon app….

  • Level 6+ Local Guides can apply to preview new Google Maps features before they go public

    Google’s Local Guides program for Google Maps has proven to be quite successful, with tons of people offering additional feedback and providing photos about various destinations. Part of this is due to the rewards that Google gives to Local Guides; fo…

  • YouTube now redirects searches for extremist videos to curated anti-terrorism playlists

    The Redirect Method is a new active stance against online extremism.

    Starting today, YouTube will return results for curated anti-terrorist playlists when someone searches for hateful content. The details, from Tubefilter:

    The new feature, dubbed The Redirect Method, is part of a four-prong strategy announced by Google last month to quash extremist ideologies across its platforms. The Redirect Method was developed by Jigsaw — an Alphabet subsidiary whose mission is to counter extremism, censorship, and cyber attacks — alongside another tech company called Moonshot CVE (which stands for “Countering Violent Extremism”).

    Jigsaw and Moonshot CVE developed the tech after studying, over several years, how terrorist factions like ISIS leverage technology to spread their messaging and recruit new followers. In coming weeks, YouTube says it intends to incorporate The Redirect Method into a wider set of search queries in languages beyond English, use machine learning to dynamically…

  • [Enable Awesome Duck mode] Someone turned on a hilarious secret debug menu on the Google Store

    While there’s normally nothing interesting at all about something as mundane as a debug menu, when we noticed the contents of one that it appears someone accidentally pushed live on the Google Store, we had to share. The Smith Debug Modal doesn’t real…

  • Google creates coffee making sim to test VR learning

    Most VR experiences so far have been games and 360-degree videos, but Google is exploring the idea that VR can be a way to learn real life skills. The skill it chose to use as a test of this hypothesis is making coffee. So of course, it created a coff…

  • Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note8 on August 23rd in NYC

    Last year’s Galaxy Note7 was a bit of a train wreck for Samsung; it was a fantastic phone… aside from the fact that it had a tendency to catch fire. Samsung is hoping to move on from that with the Galaxy Note8, a phone that we’ve already seen leaked…

  • Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 8 launch for August 23

    A year later, the Note line is hotter than ever.

    Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 8 on August 23 at various Unpacked events around the world, though the main one will be in New York City starting at 11 a.m. ET.

    The company sent out press invites with a silhouetted phone slightly boxier than the Galaxy S8, replete with an S Pen overlaid on top, In other words, nothing surprising.

    The date lines up with previous rumors, and gives Samsung a few weeks to get the phone onto store shelves prior to the unveiling of Apple’s new iPhone model. Samsung is also expected to spend some time reassuring the media, and potential customers, that the new Note model is free of battery defects, and that its ]eight-point battery test](https://www.androidcentral.com/samsungs-new-8-point-battery-safety-check) is the best in the industry.

    This year’s Note is expected to have a 6.3-inch Infinity Display, a Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB of RAM, along with dual 12MP rear cameras, a 3300mAh battery, an…

  • Legendary Pokémon are coming to Pokémon GO via the new Raid Battle system

    Pokémon GO launched just over a year ago, and instantly became a cultural phenomenon. Its popularity has waned since then, but there’s still a dedicated player base. Those still venturing out to play Pokémon GO will soon be able to capture legendary Pokémon, which have been conspicuously absent since launch.

    Legendary Pokémon are much more powerful than other Pokémon; so much so that they were never added to the game because of balance issues. Now, they’ll debut as bosses in special legendary Raid battles.

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    Legendary Pokémon are coming to Pokémon GO via the new Raid Battle system was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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