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  • iFixit tears down the Pixel 2 XL, gives it a respectable 6 out of 10 for repairability

    As is tradition when a new phone is released, the Pixel 2 XL has appeared on the sacrificial altar of iFixit. Not only do we get to find out how easy this phone is to repair, it’s a chance to see how things work in there. After tearing down Google’s latest flagship, the team at iFixit has granted the phone a repairability score of 6 out of 10, which is better than many other devices.

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    iFixit tears down the Pixel 2 XL, gives it a respectable 6 out of 10 for repairability was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Over 400 cars and aftermarket stereo units have Android Auto

    Android Auto was announced at Google I/O 2014, but it didn’t start showing up on cars until the following year. Like Apple’s CarPlay technology that was announced the same year, Android Auto is designed to use your smartphone as the ‘brains’ for your …

  • How to save money when buying an Amazon Echo, Echo Dot or Echo Show

    You don’t have to pay full price for your next Echo device!

    Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve heard of Amazon’s Echo devices like the Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Show. Odds are that you may have even considered buying one for yourself at one point in time, but it is possible that you weren’t sold on the price tag of the device. Well, luckily there are a few ways to avoid paying full price and making your next Echo purchase even more affordable.

    We’ve seen all types of discounts on the hardware, from direct price drops to bundles, and refurbished options. These each have their own advantages and disadvantages, so let’s take a quick look at some of the ways to save.

    Buy refurbished

    One of the easiest ways to save on an Echo device would be to pick up a refurbished one from Amazon directly. While you may be hesitant to buy something refurbished, I’d put your full confidence in this purchase. Amazon backs the hardware with the same warranty and returns policy, and you are…

  • Five Great Starter Apps for Daydream VR

    To dream is to use Daydream.

    I know what I’m planning to do on Christmas Day: Get my family believing in the dream that is Google’s Daydream.

    I’ve been having tons of fun exploring the different virtual reality apps offered in the Play Store and there are a surprising number of ready-to-go games and movies available. If you’re like me and you’re planning to evangelize wonder of virtual reality at the holiday dinner time, here are five apps to load up on your smartphone before you start the showcase.

    Read more at VR Heads!

  • Verizon’s Total Mobile Protection brings screen repairs down to $29

    Complete protection against loss, theft, and damage starts at $9 per month.

    Verizon’s Total Mobile Protection offers coverage for loss, theft, or damage to your phone as well as an extra layer of customer care using their Tech Coach experts. It’s available for both single lines and multiple lines and starts at $9 per month. It’s a pretty good deal as far as insurance goes, with perks like next day replacement and three claims per year.

    One awesome feature is being able to get your cracked screen fixed while you wait in over 150 cities, and it got even more awesome as the price for the service has dropped from $49 to just $29.

    Normally this is something you’ll need to set up when you first bought your phone, but Verizon has an open enrollment period each year for folks who regret not doing it. That starts today (October 19) and runs until November 19.

    Get started by visiting Verizon’s Total Mobile protection portal and having a read, and you’ll be able to sign up online if you’re …

  • Get Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition on PlayStation 4 for just $40

    Time to go back through on Survival mode.

    Is this deal for me?

    Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition is down to $39.99 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. This game normally sells at $60 on the consoles and $50 on PC. This is its first direct price drop on the physical game on Amazon.

    The Game of the Year Edition includes the base Fallout 4 game plus all the downloadable content released for it: Automatron, Wasteland Workshop, Far Harbor, Contraptions Workshop, Vault-Tec Workshop, and Nuka-World. These aren’t included on the disc but rather through a code available inside, so you’ll need Internet access to get them.

    Fallout 4 is a post-apocalyptic open-world adventure game. It has elements of shooters, RPGs, and stealth games all rolled into one. There are so many quests to do, paths to take, and places to explore that if you buy this today we might not see you again until next year. You can go through the whole game on Easy as an all-out brawler using mini nukes and automatic shot…

  • ElsiePic wants to kill the selfie by crowdsourcing photographers near you

    If there’s one thing that annoys me more than almost anything else, it’s the selfie stick. If you use one, I’m sorry, I really am, but I just can’t stand them. Walking around packed central London streets is hard enough without people flapping about with creepy telescopic camera mounts. So when a company says they want to kill the selfie, and by virtue also the selfie stick, I’m all ears.

    ElsiePic is a new app with an interesting premise.

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    ElsiePic wants to kill the selfie by crowdsourcing photographers near you was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The $24 Lumsing TV wall mount lets you watch your favorite shows from any angle

    This thing is built to last.

    Is this deal for me?

    The Lumsing dual articulating arm TV wall mount is down to $23.99 with code DSUMLN65 on Amazon. This wall mount normally sells around $40 and has never dropped much lower than that through direct price drops.

    The dual articulating arm is a key component to this wall mount because it gives it a huge range of motion and allows you to move the TV to the best possible angle for you whether you’re chilling on the couch or watching a game with a bunch of friends.

    Features include:

    Fits most of 27-70-inch TVs up to 99lbs
    Fits VESA (mounting hole pattern): 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 100x200mm, 200x200mm, 300x200mm, 300x300mm, 400x200mm, 400x300mm, 400x400mm, 600x400mm
    Low Profile mount retracts to 4.3-inches to save space, extends 20-inches from the wall
    Tilt: 15 degrees down/forward
    Total Rotation: 60 degrees right/left
    Easy installation, installation manual and fitting screws and bolts included
    NOT suitable for 16-inch wood stud spacing. Fit …

  • Moto X4 (Android One edition) review: This is not the Moto X you’re looking for

    Motorola had hit a rough patch when Google came calling back in 2011. It took some time to clear out the queue of sub-standard devices, but the first true Google-backed Motorola effort came in 2013 with the launch of the Moto X. This device broke new ground with clever software features like Moto Display (called Active Display at the time) and a customizable design. Motorola made a few more Moto X phones, all of which were excellent devices.

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    Moto X4 (Android One edition) review: This is not the Moto X you’re looking for was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Moto X4 review: A mid-range phone done right

    Not everyone wants to spend top dollar on a phone — if that’s the case, the Moto X4 is a fantastic choice a couple steps below that top level.

    The quick take

    Project Fi was in dire need of a new, solid, mid-range phone — and now it has one in the Moto X4. Motorola’s $399 phone offers build quality that will make you feel like you paid far more, with hardware features like waterproofing that are great to see. And Google has managed to make a Motorola software experience even more appealing by adding guaranteed updates through the Android One program. Performance, battery life and camera quality are all befitting a phone of this price range. The Moto X4 is a capable leader in the sub-flagship space.

    The Good

    Excellent software
    Great build quality with nice materials
    Good cameras for the money
    High quality display in all respects

    The Bad

    Just average battery life
    Notable step down in performance from the high-end
    Android One version limited to Project Fi
    Confusing…

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