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  • Ricoh Plug-in Store for Theta V 360-degree camera is now live

    Ricoh isn’t too well-known in the consumer electronics space as it mostly sells B2B office IT services, so it may have been surprising to see it come out with an impressively-specced 360-degree camera. It released the Theta V camera in September last …

  • The new Google Marketing Platform replaces DoubleClick starting July 24

    Google announced last month that it would be restructuring a number of its marketing and analytics tools into fewer brands with names that more clearly reflect what the products actually do. Part of the new slate of offerings is going live tomorrow in Google Marketing Platform, a combination of Google’s existing DoubleClick and Analytics 360 suites.

    The new Google Marketing Platform comprises a number of different tools that are used for — hey, you guessed it — marketing (and the name makes a whole lot more sense than “DoubleClick”).

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    The new Google Marketing Platform replaces DoubleClick starting July 24 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Logitech Circle 2 wire-free security camera $129.99 ($70 off), wired model $139.99 ($40 off)

    It’s tough to choose a good security camera nowadays. Hundreds of brands are releasing their own and almost all of them offer a similar featureset. What I look for, personally, is integration with other smart home systems — namely Google Home — and whether or not a monthly fee is required to get the basic features. For those two reasons, the Logi Circle 2 has been on my watchlist for a long time, and its temptation is getting harder to resist with these two discounts.

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    [Deal Alert] Logitech Circle 2 wire-free security camera $129.99 ($70 off), wired model $139.99 ($40 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Here’s what the much-hyped Note 9 S-Pen will actually do

    Rumors announce a new S-Pen for the Galaxy Note 9 and if it seems to be technologically revolutionary, its features are not particularly clear. The veil is lifted today as well as on other features of the device: battery capacity and wireless charging….

  • What Galaxy S9 screen protector are you using?

    These are the GS9 screen protectors the AC forum community recommends.

    The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are still two of the best-looking phones you can buy, but as much as we love their good looks, they’re far from the most durable gadgets ever made.

    Samsung’s use of curved glass for the Infinity Display looks fantastic, but if you drop either handset just right, it could shatter in the blink of an eye. Thankfully, there are a number of screen protectors that can help you avoid this and smaller, more cosmetic scratches.

    If you need some help deciding which Galaxy S9/S9+ screen protector to get, here’s what the Android Central forum community recommends picking up.

    07-21-2018 02:29 PM

    On my Samsung galaxy s9 plus, I use Zagg glass screen protector ( expensive)…but gives Great protection!
    I use Speck cases, great protection with stylish cases!…I was told that Tech 21 cases give great protectio…

  • Acer Chromebook Tab 10 now widely available, starts at $330 [Update: £286 in the UK]

    Acer is one of the busiest OEMs when it comes to Chrome OS hardware, although recent efforts have been mixed. The Chromebook Spin 11 didn’t offer the best value, but the Chromebox CXI3 impressed as one of the best in its class.

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    Acer Chromebook Tab 10 now widely available, starts at $330 [Update: £286 in the UK] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Nokia 3.1 review: A great small budget phone with performance problems

    Nokia nails the core hardware and features, but comes up short in specs and performance.

    We often talk about “cheap” Android phones in reference to devices like the Moto G6, which typically cost about $225. But many people don’t even want to break the $200 barrier when they’re looking for a phone, whether it’s because they just broke their flagship device and don’t want to spend $800 again, or they simply don’t want to budget out that much for a device in the first place.

    For these people, the options are numerous — but they’re all pretty bad. Down around $100, you’re getting into the territory of horrible one-off prepaid phones with bad software, old specs and missing features. At best you’re going to get an Android Go phone, like the Alcatel 1X, that at least has good software but is still horribly hamstrung by its internals. But sitting just a little bit higher, at $159, there’s a cheap phone that still follows the recipe of a device that’s more expensive: the new Nokia 3….

  • You can now video call people on Duo through Google Assistant

    Google Assistant is a quirky little helper. It can grab a feed from your security camera and livestream it on your TV, but for the longest time, it wasn’t able to send a message on Allo or start a video call on Duo, Google’s own services. The latter is starting to change now, though we knew this was bound to happen with the launch of Smart Displays getting closer.

    With Google Assistant on your phone, you can say “video call contact_name” and Assistant will reply, saying it’s making a video call on Duo.

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    You can now video call people on Duo through Google Assistant was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Resolution revolution? Sony’s new image sensor boasts 48MP

    Sony is one of the largest suppliers of image sensors for smartphones, so we expect to see Sony’s record breaking new IMX586 stacked CMOS image sensor on many mobile devices next year. Boasting the world’s smallest pixel size of 0.8 μm, this sensor packs an amazing 48MP for your smartphone camera.

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Which unlimited plan should you buy: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon?

    All four major carriers in the U.S. offer unlimited data plans. But which is the best?

    The big four networks in the United States (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon) all carry an unlimited data plan (or several). That’s important for power users as well as anyone who uses their mobile broadband internet as their sole way to stay in touch or for entertainment. The cost of data overages means that unlimited data is a must for many of us.


    But just because everyone offers unlimited data doesn’t mean that all plans are equal. Pricing is important as are “extras” like tethering and the hidden data cap that pushes you back to slower 3G speeds when you reach it. And of course, zero-rating means we have to pay attention to what unlimited means when it comes to the quality of streaming media as well as the source.

    We took a look at what each carrier has to offer so we can decide who delivers the very best unlimited data package. Let’s start with a look at the deta…

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