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  • The Pixel 2’s eSIM makes it dead simple to ditch your carrier for Project Fi

    Google’s new Pixels have an ace up their sleeves.

    The new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have what’s called an “eSIM” — essentially an embedded SIM card that can be activated and deactivated on the fly to emulate a physical SIM card. But you don’t have to know the details about how it works — you just need to know that it’s an amazing innovation that makes it dead easy to use Google’s Project Fi cell service on your new Pixel 2.

    With these new phones, it takes but a few minutes to go from having no cell service at all to having an active Project Fi account. And if you already have Project Fi, things are even simpler: it’ll take just a few seconds to switch between using whatever SIM card is in your Pixel 2, and being back on Project Fi. And vice-versa, as often as you want.

    If you intend to give Project Fi a try, all it takes is downloading the Project Fi app on your Pixel 2 or 2 XL. Set up your account, and it will recognize that your phone has an eSIM. It takes just a coup…

  • [Lolz] Google warns you not to cut the cord between the two earbuds on the Pixel buds

    I’m not sure about you, but when I see a wireless earbud set connected with a rope/cable/cord/something, I don’t immediately grab my scissors and start cutting it to make the whole thing completely wireless. Just like when I see a set of wired earphones I don’t cut the cord and hope that’d make them work over Bluetooth. It’s common sense.

    But maybe the trend toward completely wireless buds has become common enough that people could assume things about the new Pixel Buds.

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    [Lolz] Google warns you not to cut the cord between the two earbuds on the Pixel buds was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android Auto support arrives in Plex [APK Download]

    Plex is a popular option for streaming your media collection across your network (or the internet), including music. Just like with video files, you can store all your music on a centralized server (or a cloud storage service with Plex Cloud), and str…

  • The Pixel Launcher on Pixel 2 has automatic dark and light themes based on your wallpaper

    There’s a lot to like about the new Pixel phones—they’re fast, the battery life is improved, and Google fixed the Bluetooth. You also get a lot of thoughtful software features that aren’t available on other phones. For example, the launcher theme changes automatically based on your wallpaper.

    This actually confused me quite a bit when I first started using the Pixel 2 because the light theme to which I’ve become accustomed just changed suddenly.

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    The Pixel Launcher on Pixel 2 has automatic dark and light themes based on your wallpaper was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ZTE Axon M has thick bezels and two screens, coming to AT&T for $725

    Two screens for the price of one!

    There’s no shortage of high-end smartphones these days. Thin bezels, sleek frames, and big, vibrant displays are all the rage these days, but then again, that’s something we’ve been pushing towards for years now. True innovative design seems to be a rarity, but ZTE is ready to change that with the all-new Axon M.

    The last time we saw the Axon brand in the United States was with the Axon 7 in the summer of 2016, and while that handset was all about offering a traditional flagship smartphone experience on a budget, the Axon M is anything but traditional.

    Without a doubt, the biggest draw to the Axon M is its dual-display design. The last time we saw a phone like this was with the Kyocera Echo back in 2011, and while dual-screens didn’t catch on then, ZTE is hoping it’ll be able to change that this time around. The Axon M comes equipped with two 5.2-inch displays – each with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. …

  • Mobvoi launches pre-sale for the TicHome Mini, its Google Assistant-powered portable speaker

    Back in the summer, Google announced that we would be seeing Google Assistant-powered speakers this fall from a range of third-party manufacturers, including Sony, Panasonic, Anker, and Mobvoi. So far, only Sony’s offering is available for purchase, b…

  • Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for Google Pixel 2

    What are the best tempered glass screen protectors for the Pixel 2?

    The Google Pixel 2 is almost here, which means it’s time to consider an essential accessory for protecting your screen. Tempered glass screen protectors are your best option for protecting your phone’s screen from drop damage and general wear and tear. And chances are you will see some wear over time.

    There’s a good number of companies releasing tempered glass screen protectors, but few are currently available for purchase. Case in point, Google has a Power Support tempered glass screen protector listed on the Google Store, but it isn’t yet available for purchase.

    It’s the same case for a number of good options out there, but if you’re looking to have your screen protector on-hand when your phone arrives here are your best bets so far!

    Vigeer Tempered Glass Screen Protector [2-pack]
    MP-MALL Tempered Glass Screen Protector [2-pack]
    ZeKing Tempered Glass Screen Protector [2-pack]
    Zagg InvisiShield Glass+ Tempered G…

  • Google Wifi now available in Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden

    Up until recently, the Google Wifi router and mesh network system was only available in 7 countries on the Google Store: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA. The country availability support page of Google even officia…

  • ZTE Axon M hands-on: ZTE actually made a kind of good foldable phone

    Foldable phones aren’t new. In fact, Kyocera sold one nearly seven years ago on Sprint. It was terrible, but my point is that the concept is not novel, and companies have even gone so far as to make such foldable smartphones commercially available. Th…

  • ZTE Axon M hands-on: The clamshell is back

    The ZTE Axon M is a specimen not seen in the world of the smartphone in some time: it’s a clamshell. No, not a flip-top communicator of the Starfleet variety, but a side-folding design previously reserved for fancy wallets, pocket maps, and “little black books.” Some, like MrMobile’s esteemed thumbnail designer, might go so far as to call the ZTE Axon M a “folding phone.” But MrMobile himself would never be so bold.

    For real though: in a sea of single-sided slabs, ZTE’s Axon M is a legitimately interesting design. Featuring two 5.2″ displays bonded by a solid-feeling hinge and a thick aluminum midplate, the Axon M has the kind of heft that makes you take a smartphone seriously … and the double-wide screen real estate that’ll conjure memories of Best Buy’s big-TV section. But for all its interesting points, the Axon M isn’t what you’d call unique; it’s a design we’ve seen before, on a phone that sold about as poorly as a phone can sell. Will this time be different? Tune…

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