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  • Alexa voice controls are now available in the Amazon Music app


    You can already ask Alexa to play you the latest Ed Sheeran hit on various music platforms, either through the Alexa app on your phone or via an Amazon Echo device. Starting today, you’ll also be able to call on Alexa to control your music playback from directly within the Amazon Music app.

    The app’s tens of millions of songs can now be accessed by using the push-to-talk Alexa button and making your request.

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    Alexa voice controls are now available in the Amazon Music app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Sphero Mini is coming soon, according to briefly live Play Store app listing

    Even if you’re not that familiar with the original Sphero remote control ball, you’ve probably seen the more recently released Star Wars tie-ins, such as R2-D2 and BB-8, or Lightning McQueen of Cars fame. The impressive toys have garnered much praise from reviewers, the robotic balls especially. A few days ago, a Play Store entry for a new app briefly went live before being taken down again, which leads us to believe a Sphero Mini is about to be released.

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    Sphero Mini is coming soon, according to briefly live Play Store app listing was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Plex adds its own personalized free news service

    Following its acquisition of Watchup, Plex is launching its first in-house content stream in the form of Plex News.

    Plex is best known for being a home media server, running on basically any device you can imagine. For a while, you’ve been able to add in channels delivering third-party content, but now Plex is getting into that game on its own.

    Plex News is launching as a free addition to the service for all users, though those with Plex Pass subscriptions will get a 48-hour head start on proceedings.

    More: A beginner’s guide to Plex

    So, what is Plex News? Well, the news is something we all consume every day, whether we like to admit it or not, and Plex is taking it upon itself to serve you up a personalized newscast throughout the course of the day.

    Today we’re rolling out an awesome addition to your balanced media diet: Plex News. It’s the perfect complement to your media library — video news from some of the most trusted sources on the planet, presented beautifully…

  • Amazon Music app adds Alexa support (but only in four countries)

    Now you can ask Alexa to play you all sorts of things instead of just hoping you hit the right result.

    Amazon has added the ability to search through the Amazon Music app using your voice with Alexa, instead of … erm … searching with your voice through whatever it was it was using before. The update is a good thing, really, prominently placing an Alexa button at the bottom of the app and making it easier to do voice searches. (Instead of searching and then hunting for the voice command mic button thing.)

    Amazon’s touting the contextual ability of the Alexa search. For example: “Just use the push-to-talk feature and say, ‘Play the new song by Fifth Harmony,’ and Alexa will play ‘He Like That.’ ” (I’ll have to take Amazon’s word for it in this case, but contextual searches in music is a big deal.)

    One caveat here: The Alexa search is available so far only in the U.S., UK, Germany and Austria.

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  • How does Android save your fingerprints?

    And how secure is it?

    The release of an iPhone without a fingerprint sensor has brought along some talk about using fingerprints for authentication and how securely the data is stored. That’s awesome. Even if you’re not concerned about how it’s done, you need a lot of other people to be concerned so that it’s done in a way you don’t have to worry about!

    For starters, Apple uses a similar solution and if you have an older model with a fingerprint sensor you’re just as safe using it as you were before. The same goes for older Samsung phones that launched pre-Marshmallow and used Samsung’s own methods.

    The way Google stores your fingerprint data is the most secure way possible with current tech. It’s also fascinating how simple the overview of the whole thing is once you have a look at it. Simple and secure is always a winning combo.

    Storage is, by its nature, not very secure. It’s the same thing as writing something on a post-it note and putting it in a file cabinet. It’s there b…

  • You can use now use Daydream to browse the web in VR with Chrome

    Google added an experimental version of WebVR to Chrome as far back as version 56 earlier in the year, and there were a handful of sample web pages you could take a look at to test out the various features. Since then, more demos have been added and o…

  • [Feature or Bug?] On Oreo, when DND turns off, you get barraged with the sounds and vibrations of all pending received notifications

    Ding! Ding! D-D-D-D-D-Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! D-D-D-Ding! Ding! 

    That’s the sound you will hear every morning if you’re on Android Oreo and you use Do Not Disturb during the night. For some reason, DND and notifications work differently since the latest update to Oreo: when your phone exits DND, it will proceed to play the sound or do the vibration of every notification that was received during the time it was stuck in DND.

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    [Feature or Bug?] On Oreo, when DND turns off, you get barraged with the sounds and vibrations of all pending received notifications was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Gmail is working on snooze, smart grouping, and a Material Design interface for the web

    Do you remember the NEXT Live EMEA 2017 G Suite product roadmap talk where we discovered a small line of text telling us Calendar would get a new web interface in Q4 2017? As it turns out, there’s more to that presentation, but we’re so perpetually bu…

  • Nokia 8 with 5.3-inch QHD display and Snapdragon 835 lands in India for ?36,999

    Nokia’s first Android flagship makes its debut in India.

    After its global unveil late last month, the Nokia 8 has made its debut in the Indian subcontinent. The first Android flagship to bear the Nokia name has a lot going for it: you get a 5.3-inch Quad HD display backed by Gorilla Glass 5, Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage, dual 13MP cameras, and a 3090mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0.

    Then there’s the design — the Nokia 8 is crafted out of a single block of 6000-series aluminum, with Nokia polishing the back to a smooth mirror-like finish. The phone features two 13MP cameras at the back, with a primary RGB sensor paired with a monochrome sensor. Both cameras work in conjunction to produce images with greater detail, and the cameras are tuned by Zeiss.

    There’s a 13MP camera up front as well, and Nokia is offering the ability to shoot photos and videos from both the front and rear cameras simultaneously. The phone also offers three microphones, giving you the a…

  • Yubico’s new $60 YubiKey 4C Nano is insanely small and uses USB Type-C

    We’re putting USB Type-C connectors on everything these days: phones, tablets, laptops, accessories – you name it. The latest USB-C product on the market comes in the form of the YubiKey 4C Nano, an astonishingly tiny authentication key that retails f…

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