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  • Best Chromebook as of March 2018

    Best overall
    Best on the go
    Best on a budget
    Best for the pro
    Note: These are the best Chromebooks you can buy today, but that could be changing. We’re excited about seeing new Chromebooks from companies like Acer, ASUS, and Lenovo that have what it takes to make our list.

    Best overall

    Samsung Chromebook Plus

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    Samsung and Google have built the best Chromebook you can buy with the Samsung Chromebook Plus. It’s incredibly well built, has one of the best displays of any laptop and is the first Chromebook with the new Pen that adds pressure sensitive drawing.

    The bottom line: For anyone who wants to use a Chromebook on a regular basis, and values getting extra performance and hardware quality at an added price, Samsung has made the Chromebook for you.

    One more thing: There’s also a Samsung Chromebook Pro, built with a stronger Intel processor and available for a bit more money.

    Why the Samsung Chromebook Plus is the best

    Samsung has built a beautiful Chromebook…

  • OnePlus 5T stock for North America has run dry, no more planned

    OnePlus’ 5T has been in and out of stock at the company’s website for the last couple weeks, and it turns out that’s not a fluke. Engadget has confirmed that the company has run out of all its North American stock in just four months. If you didn’t manage to grab one new from the OnePlus store, 3rd party resellers and used phones are now your only option. 

    The 5T has had a wild ride.

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    OnePlus 5T stock for North America has run dry, no more planned was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The OnePlus 5T is no longer for sale in North America, making way for the OnePlus 6

    OnePlus has stopped selling the 5T to North American customers.

    OnePlus has a certain pattern with its phone releases: there is a new release about every six months, and it stops selling the current model before the new one is announced. To that end, OnePlus has stopped sales of the 5T before announcing the OnePlus 6.

    Engadget reports that the stock shortage is due to higher-than-expected demand, and the company does not intend to manufacture any more of the current model. This isn’t bad news for the company though: the North American market accounts for 25% of the company’s total online sales, after a 139% growth in North American sales compared to the previous year.

    OnePlus has long kept lean stock of its phones, which lead to the invite system in early years. Less inventory on the shelf means less costs to OnePlus, which is part of why its phones are cheaper than comparable devices. Still, it’s unfortunate for potential customers that need a device in the next couple months. Fo…

  • Poll results: We should limit childrens’ time on smartphones

    Last week we raised an important question. Should we limit the time children spend on smartphones? It’s a much debated topic recently over health fears. Here are the results from our poll.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Android Auto v3.1 prepares to show message previews and HD graphics [APK Teardown]

    Android Auto has been making a lot of news lately with preparations for wireless projection support and recently enabling users to unlock a phone while it’s connected to the car. The latest version began rolling out earlier today, and it’s coming with a few smaller changes already live, plus a few clues about settings that may become available to us in the future.

    What’s New

    Unofficial Changelog: (the stuff we found)

    • System information available by tapping on version number
    • Developer mode now shows values for multi-select settings

    System info


    If you ever run into an issue with some software, developers will often ask about some system details while they’re diagnosing the problem.

    Read More

    Android Auto v3.1 prepares to show message previews and HD graphics [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Planet Gemini PDA Review: A tiny computer with big ideas

    Normally when I review a product, the question I’m trying to answer is whether it’s worth the asking price. But the Planet Gemini PDA was crowdfunded, willed into existence by almost 6,000 people pooling over $2 million on Indiegogo so that Planet Computers could build a modern version of the classic Psion PDA.

    Not ringing a bell? That’s okay; the Psion only achieved wide popularity in Europe, and that was a long time ago. (In fact the only time I ever saw one was on film; it’s the remote detonator the bad guys were brandishing in 1996’s Executive Decision.) Still, the Psion captured many hearts by virtue of its legendary QWERTY keyboard – a keyboard faithfully reproduced by the folks at Planet and mated with an Android smartphone/tablet to become the Planet Gemini PDA.

    Is it a smartphone? A tiny computer? A revived personal organizer? Bits of all three, really … and I’d be doubtful for its prospects out in the “real world” but for the little detail of i…

  • Participate in the Android Central VR forums and you could win a PlayStation VR Skyrim Bundle!

    Do you love virtual reality? Or maybe you’re really curious and want to dive in but just haven’t been able to swing buying the gear? Let us help!

    We’ve expanded our VR coverage on Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central and to kick things off we’re holding not one, but THREE separate giveaways where you can win some pretty amazing prizes. Entering is super easy, so let’s get right to it!

    THE PRIZE: One winner will receive a PlayStation VR Skyrim Bundle!


    First, leave a comment on this post in the Android Central VR forums as your official entry into the giveaway.
    From there, head into our new VR forums here at Android Central and join in the conversation. Ask questions, offer help and advice, share interesting things… just be an active part of the community! Each constructive comment you leave and thread you start will be another entry into the giveaway. However, DO NOT spam the forums with nonsense, as you will be eliminated from the giveaway and likely earn a time…

  • Snap introduces Explore to make it easier to find content on its Snap Map

    Snapchat’s Snap Map, the heatmap overview of Snaps shared around the world, was introduced last summer, letting users get a better sense of where their friends were sharing from. However, unless you zoomed out and looked around for Snaps and Stories o…

  • HEIF and HEVC: the future of multimedia files explained

    The most common formats used for videos and images are JPG and MP4 and have been with us for many years. These formats are slowly being replaced by the new, more efficient HEIF and HEVC. What do these acronyms mean and why are they so important? Find o…

  • All US Galaxy S9 and S9+s will be able to enroll in Samsung Premium Care “in the coming weeks”

    Having trouble enrolling your Galaxy S9 or S9+ in Samsung Premium Care? You’re not alone – but fear not: Samsung says post-purchase enrollment is opening in the coming weeks, and that you’ll be notified once it’s available.
    Samsung Premium Care is one…

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