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  • YouTube TV playback controls arrive on the Google Home

    There are just a handful of video services that support voice controls on the Google Home, like Netflix and Google Photos. This allows you to start playback of content on a Chromecast, Android TV, or other Cast-enabled device using Google Assistant vo…

  • Surprise: The Google Pixel 2 has a hidden menu button on its navigation bar

    The menu button used to be oh-so-important to Android in the early years. Google ditched it pretty early on with the introduction of the Galaxy Nexus, but Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note III was released in late 2013 and still had one on board.
    But eve…

  • WhatsApp now rolling out live location sharing

    Live location sharing is pretty popular. Google Maps added it back in March, followed by Facebook Messenger the same month and Snapchat in June. Given that Messenger has had it for a few months, it makes sense that the feature would eventually make its way to Facebook-owned WhatsApp.

    Now the time has come, as WhatsApp announced on its blog that the feature will be rolling out to the iOS and Android apps “in the coming weeks.” There’s a new ‘Share Live Location’ option in the attach menu, where you can choose how long to share where you are.

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    WhatsApp now rolling out live location sharing was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Enter Android Central & Mint SIM’s Ultimate Pixel 2 Giveaway!

    A hot phone and a year of free service could be yours, FREE!

    Android Central is teaming up with Mint SIM for the Ultimate Google Pixel 2 Giveaway!

    One lucky winner will receive their choice of either a Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL. That’s not all! A great phone deserves a service that provides awesome and reliable LTE data along with unlimited text and calls.

    Thanks to Mint SIM, the winner will also receive a prepaid SIM card good for one year of paid service that includes 10GB of data per month with unlimited talk and text. We’re big fans of Mint SIM, thanks in part to its low-cost plans and nationwide 4G LTE coverage. For savvy shoppers, it’s the perfect service to pair with any unlocked phone, including the Pixel 2.

    Now on to the giveaway!

    THE PRIZE: One Android Central reader will win their choice of Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL and a year of service from Mint SIM!

    THE GIVEAWAY: Head down to the widget at the bottom of this page. There are several ways to enter, each with varying …

  • Game Dev Tycoon is coming to Android in January

    You may recall Game Dev Story, a mobile game where you had to create and manage your own game company. It is still popular, but it has largely stayed unchanged since it arrived on the Play Store in 2010. Game Dev Tycoon is a similar title, first relea…

  • Google Calendar’s Material Design refresh on desktop is officially rolling out

    Along with the new UI, Google’s also introducing a ton of new features for making you as productive as can be.

    Back in August, a version of Google Calendar on the desktop with a new Material Design UI was spotted by a lucky user on Reddit. This offered us a few screenshots of things to come, but at the time, it was unclear when the changes would be made available for all. Well, it looks like that day is upon us.

    In a blog post that was recently published, Google officially announced the visual refresh and that it’ll be rolling out to all users starting today. Google Calendar’s appearance on the desktop had been getting long in the tooth, and it simply didn’t mesh with the Material Design found on its own mobile app. As such, the new look is greatly appreciated.

    However, a new coat of paint isn’t all Google Calendar is receiving. Along with the updated look, Google is also introducing a few new features that should make using Calendar on the desktop a lot more efficient and product…

  • Phiaton’s new noise-canceling headphones are neckbuds for the sophisticated traveler

    ‘Neckbud’ may be a terrible term for a headphone, but their convenience makes up for it.

    Phiaton is well known for its excellent Bluetooth headphones, and the company just announced perhaps its most interesting pair yet, the BT 150 NC.

    Part of its growing lineup of noise canceling-enabled headphones, the BT 150 NC uses the divisive neckbud form factor — the bulk of the equipment is in hardware that wraps around one’s neck like bulky jewelry — which takes weight off the ears for increased long-term wearing comfort.

    I’ve tried almost all of Phiaton’s other noise-canceling headphones, and still use the excellent BT 220 NC on planes because the algorithm is so good (the sound, though, isn’t great). The BT 150 NC promise much better sound for $149, with longer battery life — 6 hours with NC enabled and 10 hours without — and 95% noise reduction.

    Other niceties? Phiaton has moved on from buttons to adopt a touch-friendly gesture interface on both sides of the ne…

  • Google announces the Advanced Protection Program for enhanced account security

    Google provides various tools to keep your account secure like login alerts and 2-factor authentication. If you’re extra paranoid, Google just launched a program tailored to you. The Advanced Protection Program adds a set of stronger protections to your account, and it’s available right now for all personal Google accounts. Why isn’t it rolling out to everyone? Because Advanced Protection Program isn’t going to be very convenient.

    Advanced Protection Program is for people who are legitimately worried about someone gaining access to their account data.

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    Google announces the Advanced Protection Program for enhanced account security was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Facebook’s head of hardware at Building 8, Regina Dugan, is resigning

    Dugan will officially depart Building 8 in early 2018 to lead “a new endeavor.”

    Although most of us know Facebook for its bloated social network and messaging service, the company has its toes dipped in quite a few different projects – one of which is Building 8. Building 8 is where Facebook works on top-secret hardware projects, and the head of this division, Regina Dugan, has announced she’s leaving the company.

    Regina Dugan joined Facebook as the head of Building 8 just about 18 months ago at this point, so her departure this early on does come as a surprise. There was an internal announcement on Tuesday, October 17 that Dugan would be resigning, and shortly after this, Dugan published a post on her Facebook page announcing the news.

    Image from Anthony Quintano

    In her post, Dugan says:

    Today I am announcing that early next year, I will be leaving Facebook to focus on building and leading a new endeavor. I will be working with leadership over the next several months t…

  • 31 new and notable Android games from the last week (10/11/17 – 10/17/17)

    Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

    Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

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