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  • Motorola appears poised to finally update the Moto 360 Sport to Android Wear 2.0

    A lot of things have changed over at Moto following the takeover by Lenovo. For instance, the phones are modular and the watches are… nonexistent. The company still supports the older wearables, although owners of the Moto 360 Sport might disagree t…

  • Essential wants your attention as much as your money (for now)

    Essential isn’t even trying to compete with Samsung or even LG with their first phone.

    You’ve probably read at least one “first look” at the Essential Phone. They all have a few things in common, and mostly leave us with the impression that it’s an interesting first try from a new company. It’s definitely an ambitious device in some ways, especially in the looks department. What you’re probably not going to see is the Essential Phone at the top of any “must buy” lists beside the Samsung Galaxy S8 or LG G6. And I think that’s just fine with Andy Rubin (the founder of Android) and company.

    At least for now.

    It’s almost impossible for a new company to come along and make any headway in the Android world. Samsung takes almost all the business, and long-established brands like Motorola, HTC, and LG fight over the scraps, hoping to turn a profit. It takes three things to compete: a good product, agreements with U.S. carriers, and millions of dollars in advertising. At first glance, Esse…

  • [Deal Alert] Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is $489 ($110 off) with $20 Play Store credit at Woot

    The Android tablet market mostly consists of sub-$100 models usually found at your local Walmart or Target. High-end Android tablets are few and far between, with one of them being the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. Now you can buy it for $489 from Woot, a $1…

  • Get into some trouble in this weekend’s comments thread!

    The only rule is to be cool to each other.

    Another week is in the can and that means it’s time to relax, enjoy yourself and get together with friends.

    It’s certainly been another week of charged emotions and stressful happenings, but it’s good for everyone to put aside the things add to the tension and drama once in a while. Here is a good place to do just that. You can talk about Android or phones in general, or you can just talk about anything. The only requirement is to be cool to one another.

    I had a busy week (and will have the same next week) while I remodel my office. After seven years of sitting right in front of the air conditioning vent, I finally had enough and am shifting things so my feet are a little warmer. 🐾

    That means moving A/V equipment and shelves and guitar stands and desks and all sorts of things that are either heavy or screwed to a wall. Once everything is shifted 90-degrees to the AC vent, I get to break down and move a 6-foot long aquarium. Ugh. …

  • Get lifetime access to 2TB of cloud storage for only $49!

    Our current, tech-obsessed world demands a storage solution for your multimedia data, the most convenient being cloud-based storage which you can access from anywhere. Most cloud-based storage services charge a monthly fee, which, over time, adds up to quite a fee. Those of you sick of subscription fees need a storage solution that requires a single payment for a lifetime of access. More importantly, you need cloud storage that is encrypted and can be accessed from all your devices.

    Right now, Android Central Digital Offers has a deal from Zoolz where you can get 1TB of cloud storage with instant access along with an additional 1TB of Cold Storage for that data that you want to keep secure but don’t need to frequently access — yours for life for a single payment of $49.99. Does this seem cheap? It is! This is 98% off the regular price of $3600.

    You will never be charged any extra fees, and you can access your cloud storage from multiple devices. Your data is protected with 2…

  • Google Inbox now has an ‘All inboxes’ view

    Google’s Inbox app is a pretty great email client, but it has always lacked something that many mobile and desktop email applications have – a merged inbox view. You always had to check each account separately, which can take at least two taps to switch between. Thankfully, Google has finally added an ‘All inboxes’ view to the app.


    Tapping the new option in the sidebar does exactly what you would expect – it shows all your messages from all your accounts.

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    Google Inbox now has an ‘All inboxes’ view was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Screen Protectors for Galaxy S7

    What are the best screen protectors for the GS7?

    The Samsung Galaxy S7 is still of the best phones you can buy, and with the Galaxy S8 and upcoming Note 8 stealing everyone’s attention, you should be able to pick up an S7 for a pretty great deal. With its beautiful glass screen, you’ll want to try and protect it from scuffs and scratches.

    We’ve included some decent options for film screen protectors — not as tough as the tempered glass, but still providing good protection for your screen.

    amFilm Galaxy S7 Screen Protector Glass
    OtterBox Alpha Glass Screen Protector
    Maxboost Liquid Skin Samsung Galaxy S7 Screen Protector
    IQ Shield LiQuidSkin 2-pack

    amFilm Galaxy S7 Screen Protector Glass

    When you’re looking for a tempered glass screen protector, you ideally want edge-to-edge coverage. Otherwise you’re left with an ugly edge around the perimeter of your phone. For a while, there simply wasn’t a decent option available for the rounded edges on the sides of the Galaxy S7’s …

  • Nebula Mars projector review: Great hardware with mediocre software

    There is no shortage of portable projectors on the market, but most of them aren’t very good. ‘Nebula’ is a sub-brand from Anker, with just one product so far – the Nebula Mars. It’s a smart portable projector that runs Android, with built-in JBL spea…

  • [Deal Alert] T-Mobile is offering a free LG G6 or V20 via rebate after you purchase one on EIP

    T-Mobile is no stranger to “buy one, get one” promotions. In fact, the Bellevue-based company has even run one that included the LG G6 and V20 before. This latest one, then, will probably be pretty familiar to those of you who’ve seen a T-Mobile BOGO …

  • How your phone can help you walk more (and not hate it)

    Take the stairs. Walk, don’t drive. Every little step adds up when you’re trying to get fit!

    In the first Tech for your Health column, we discussed using apps and technology to help establish better nutrition habits. With all that extra energy that comes along with eating right, it’s time to step up your physical activity.

    They say you need to learn to walk before you can run. While that idiom relates to mastering basic skills before tackling more complex projects, it’s also fine advice to take literally when you’re easing into a healthier routine. It’s incredibly easy to procrastinate and binge on technology indoors, when fitting in just an extra 30 minutes of walking into your daily routine can make a big difference in your health, physical and mental.

    We’ve got some tips if you’re considering tech to help break you free from your couch-potato habits.

    A fitness tracker isn’t going to fix your bad habits

    Fitness trackers have been the trendy workout accessory for years now, w…

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