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  • Best Speakers to Use with Your Amazon Echo Dot in 2018

    Best overall
    Best for simplicity
    Best for portability
    Best for sound quality

    Best Overall

    Sonos Play:1

    See at Amazon

    The Sonos Play:1 isn’t a Bluetooth speaker — it’s much more than that. As part of a whole-home sound system, the Sonos Play:1 is a small and powerful musical conduit that can fill rooms with lush sound. But that’s an investment.

    On its own, connected via 3.5mm jack or over Bluetooth, the Sonos Play:1 connects to Alexa, allowing an Echo Dot, either in the same room or another, to send it music commands. The setup is easy thanks to work from both Amazon and Sonos — it just involves hooking the systems together using an Alexa Skill — and it works flawlessly. Plus, at $149, it’s cheaper than some Bluetooth speakers and sounds much, much better.

    Bottom line: If you’re looking for the absolute best sound in a small form factor, connect the Sonos Play:1 to your Echo Dot.

    One more thing: If you’d rather go Echo-free, the Sonos One has Alexa built ri…

  • Best Speakers to Use with Your Amazon Echo Dot in 2018

    Best overall
    Best for simplicity
    Best for portability
    Best for sound quality

    Best Overall

    Sonos Play:1

    See at Amazon

    The Sonos Play:1 isn’t a Bluetooth speaker — it’s much more than that. As part of a whole-home sound system, the Sonos Play:1 is a small and powerful musical conduit that can fill rooms with lush sound. But that’s an investment.

    On its own, connected via 3.5mm jack or over Bluetooth, the Sonos Play:1 connects to Alexa, allowing an Echo Dot, either in the same room or another, to send it music commands. The setup is easy thanks to work from both Amazon and Sonos — it just involves hooking the systems together using an Alexa Skill — and it works flawlessly. Plus, at $149, it’s cheaper than some Bluetooth speakers and sounds much, much better.

    Bottom line: If you’re looking for the absolute best sound in a small form factor, connect the Sonos Play:1 to your Echo Dot.

    One more thing: If you’d rather go Echo-free, the Sonos One has Alexa built ri…

  • Jenny McCarthy doesn’t know what her Google Home sounds like, assumes it’s a ghost

    Actress Jenny McCarthy had a bit of a supernatural encounter this week, sort of. After checking herself out in the mirror in a room she believed to be otherwise unoccupied, she heard a little ditty play. Noting there was nobody sitting at the nearby p…

  • Google’s Fuchsia OS reportedly being worked on by 100+ engineers, could ship on phones within five years

    It has been nearly two years since the first evidence of Google’s ‘Fuchsia’ operating system surfaced. It uses the ‘Zirzon’ real-time kernel in place of Linux, and is being designed to run on everything from embedded devices to laptops. There has been…

  • Hands-on with Moment’s new best-in-class Pro Camera app

    While still an incomplete project, Moment Pro Camera shows a lot of promise with a simple UI and manual controls.

    You might’ve heard that Moment recently released a camera app for iOS and Android. You know Moment — that’s the company behind the lenses you can attach to your phone, which adds capabilities for wide-angle, telephoto, and macro photography. Moment has been making these lenses for years and is clearly experienced in hardware, but this is the first time the company has forayed into software development.

    You can download the Pro Camera app from Google Play for $1.99 — but should you?

    Download: Moment – Pro Camera ($1.99)

    Right off the bat, Moment’s Pro Camera app has a great, clean UI with simple iconography on top of a dark gray interface. Up top, there’s the standard fare of quick controls — an adjustable grid, a toggle for flash, a three or 10-second self-timer, and a JPEG/RAW toggle — along with a button that optimizes the app …

  • Google broke the seek bar in YouTube v13.27

    Google rolled out a new YouTube app update recently, but something was missing. As of version 13.27, you can’t tap on the seek bar to go to a different location in the video. So, the seek bar is basically broken, which is a rather fundamental part of a video player.

    Technically the seek bar still works if you use it in a particular way. In the new version, tapping on the seek bar no longer goes to that spot in the video.

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    Google broke the seek bar in YouTube v13.27 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to set up an iCloud email account on Android

    There’s no need to abandon your iCloud email address when you get a new Android device.

    If you’re moving to an Android device from an iPhone or iPad, there’s every possibility you’re already set up and using an iCloud email address. Android devices require you to have a Google account (Gmail), but you might want to keep using your iCloud account for email. And that’s just fine.

    Here’s how to add your iCloud email address to your Android device,

    How to add an iCloud email address to Android

    Launch Settings by swiping down to reveal the notification shade and tapping the gear button.
    Tap Accounts. On some phones, it might be under something like “Cloud and accounts”.
    Tap Add account.
    Tap Email if the option is there or tap Personal (IMAP) next to the Gmail symbol. If you choose the Gmail option, Gmail will automatically recognize your iCloud address and import the correct server settings.
    If you chose the Email option, you’ll have to add the server settings manually:

    Incoming mai…

  • Play Store testing card-style search results with screenshot thumbnails

    The Play Store seems to be testing a new layout for search results. We’ve received a tip that the normal app list has been replaced by a card-like interface for some, with app listings now including screenshot thumbnails. The change brings Play Store …

  • Essential Phone likely to receive Android Q update… someday — frequent camera tweaks due in the short term

    Deemed just “essentially okay” by Ryan shortly after its launch, when it was still selling for $700, the Essential Phone was essentially a must-buy earlier this week, at a discounted price of $250. Bargain hunters who are only starting to get accustomed to the divisive Andy Rubin-created device may want to know the company answers questions every month on Reddit.

    The latest AMA session didn’t exactly include any earth-shattering news or game-changing revelations, and there’s still a good chance a PH-2 will never be released.

    Read More

    Essential Phone likely to receive Android Q update… someday — frequent camera tweaks due in the short term was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Cartoon Network releases Teen Titans GO Figure!

    Teen Titans GO Figure! is a new Android release based on the hit animated Cartoon Network series Teen Titans GO!, but it’s also the sequel to the hit mobile game Teeny Titans. The original title was all about collecting your favorite DC Comics characters, and so is this sequel. To be exact, Teen Titans GO Figure! (or is it “Teen Titans GO! Figure,” even Cartoon Network seems unsure) contains over 100 collectible heroes, including fan favorites such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and the Radical Titans.

    Read More

    Cartoon Network releases Teen Titans GO Figure! was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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