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  • Firefox Focus v1.1 adds support for downloads, improves the persistent notification, and more [APK Download]

    We first covered Firefox Focus when it was under development for Android, and it was publicly released last month. Focus is a simple web browser with privacy as the number one priority, with features like tracker blockers and a button to wipe all session data. Focus 1.1 was just released, which adds a few badly-needed features.

      

    From left to right: Downloading a file, playing a video in full-screen, the new Focus notification

    First off, you can now download files from within Firefox Focus.

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    Firefox Focus v1.1 adds support for downloads, improves the persistent notification, and more [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • LG announces the Q8, a smaller V20 with a Snapdragon 820 and 5.2″ QHD display

    LG is tackling mid-2017 with a fervor. After pushing out the G6, which improved markedly on its predecessor, the Korean company announced the Q6 series. The plan with that new family of devices is to bring some of the G6’s hallmark features to a more affordable price point. Hot on the heels of that, LG has taken the wraps off of the Q8.

    From all appearances, this is a smaller V20 — even the second screen is there.

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    LG announces the Q8, a smaller V20 with a Snapdragon 820 and 5.2″ QHD display was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • You can now take a tour of the International Space Station in Google Maps’ Street View

    Many people’s lifelong dreams include visiting outer space. While it’s probable that the vast majority of people won’t get to visit space, at least in this lifetime, space can still be experienced via the wonders of the Internet. Case in point: the In…

  • Google launches Motion Stills app on Android to capture quick, stabilized videos as GIFs [APK Download]

    Google launched an app on iOS last year called Motion Stills that could capture short videos as GIFs with advanced stabilization technology. Android users were a bit miffed to be left out, but Google has finally produced an Android version of the app….

  • Live sports streaming service DAZN launches in Canada with exclusive NFL Game Pass rights

    Are you ready for some streaming football?

    Sports streaming service DAZN has announced it’s expanding into Canada, anchored by a deal with the NFL to be the exclusive home of NFL Game Pass. Canadians will be able to access NFL Game Pass and NFL RedZone exclusively through DAZN — services previously only available via cable providers. With the start of NFL pre-season just three weeks away, you can sign up to receive updates about DAZN’s imminent launch in Canada.

    NFL Game Pass via DAZN will offer Canadians every life NFL game during the 2017 season — pre-season, regular season, the playoffs and the Super Bowl — with no annoying blackouts for primetime games. Subscriptions will start at $20 a month, or for an introductory deal of $150 for the first year. DAZN offers support for a wide number of devices including Android mobile and tablets via Google Play, Android TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Smart TVs from LG, Samsung, Panasonic, and…

  • For as little as $27 a month you can get 10GB of data, unlimited talk and text from Mint SIM

    The days of paying hundreds of dollars on phone bills are safely in the past for many of us, and for those still looking to ditch their expensive plans, we have quite the deal for you. Mint SIM, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that operates off of the T-Mobile network, is offering up some pretty crazy prices, and right now you can save even more with an exclusive coupon code. You can save an additional 20% on the already-low plans at Mint SIM with coupon code ACMINTSIM20. You’ll need to sign up for the 6 or 12-month plan, which means you pay upfront for the service, but at these prices, it is well worth it.

    As previously mentioned, Mint SIM uses T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G LTE network, so you should get the same coverage and speeds that the carrier has been expanding over the past few years, but at a fraction of the price. Mint SIM offers a few phones on its website, but the great part about it is that you can bring your own (GSM-compatible) phone and just pop the SIM card in …

  • All the best deals from Best Buy’s “Black Friday in July” sale

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with roundup of Best Buy’s “Black Friday in July” sale!

    Best Buy is kicking off a huge day of deals with “Black Friday in July.” The deals have been leaking out over the last couple days because Best Buy Elite and Elite Plus members (customers who spend $1,500 and $3,500 a year at Best Buy) have had early access. The fun starts today for “My Best Buy” members, which is free to sign up for and requires no obligation other than an email and password.

    If you don’t want to sign up for My Best Buy, a lot of these deals might not last very long tomorrow when it all goes live to the public. We’ve rounded up some of the best deals from the sale, which you can find direct links to below:

    These Vizio Soundbars provide some of the best bang-for-your-buck in the soundbar market. These models are already super affordable while producing great sound, and these deals are some of the lowest prices ever.

    S3851X 5.1-channel Soundbar System for $179…

  • HDHomeRun DVR is a slick and simple way to record TV with Android

    The makers of the HDHomeRun TV tuner are working on a DVR to go with it. And it’s pretty great.

    Using Android or Android TV, you’re not exactly short on options to watch live TV, nor for recording it. There’s one little box, though, that we often keep coming to that sits at the heart of many of these solutions. And it’s got its own DVR in progress.

    Thanks to the good people at SiliconDust, we’re now taking a proper look at it. It’s simply known as the HDHomeRun DVR, and it’s probably the easiest DVR to use if you already have an HDHomeRun tuner.

    Setup … or lack thereof

    When you sign up to the DVR service, you’re emailed a link and an activation code. Essentially you just link your DVR account to your hardware and then everything works. There’s a dedicated install app that takes the place of the regular HDHomeRun setup, but it’s basically the exact same thing with added DVR settings.

    If your HDHomeRun is already configured, all you need to do is point the program to a l…

  • Google brings former iOS-exclusive Motion Stills app to Android

    Google’s Motion Stills comes to Android, and it’s fantastic.

    Google is bringing one of its remaining iOS exclusives to Android. Motion Stills emerged in the wake of the iPhone 6s’ Live Photos feature as one of the easiest ways to capture short bits of stabilized video and turn it into shareable GIFs.

    Now, a year and a bit later, Motion Stills is available on Android — for the 65% or so of devices running Android 5.1 or higher.

    The app is set up quite differently on Android: instead of using existing video content and making it into a Motion Still, the Android version forces users to capture video inside the app, creating something like a Boomerang or Hyperlapse.

    Like the iOS version, though, resulting video is stabilized — Google said it “redesigned [its] existing iOS video processing pipeline to use a streaming approach that processes each frame of a video as it is being recorded.”

    By computing intermediate motion metadata, we are able to immediately stabilize …

  • This is how you Bring an Outdoor Movie Theater to your Backyard

    Who says you can’t enjoy your favorite flicks outdoors?

    I’ve hosted movie night in my backyard a couple of times for a few friends, and while it can take a lot of planning and effort to get set up, usually the results are worth the hassle. You can pull off your backyard movies without spending a lot by renting a lot of the equipment you need (such as a projector and screen); however, if you plan on throwing backyard movie nights on a regular basis, there are a few items you can pick up to help you out!

    Media Device
    Projector
    Screens
    Speakers

    Media Device

    There are plenty of media devices that can work with projectors and personally, I find the easiest method to use for outdoor movies is a laptop.

    Your biggest concern is to make sure that your media device can hook up to the projector you plan on using and connect to the audio source you have. Be sure to check what outputs/inputs all your devices have and that you have the appropriate dongles, adapters, and cables for everything…

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