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  • 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 We’ve received a tip that the normal app list has been replaced by a card-like interface for some, with app listings now including screenshot thumbnails.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.

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    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.

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    Cartoon Network releases Teen Titans GO Figure! 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.

  • Aukey’s mini Bluetooth speaker is down to its lowest price ever right now

    Big sound from a small package.

    Aukey is well-known for making great accessories for our gadgets, including charging gear and Bluetooth add-ons. This mini Bluetooth speaker is no exception, and right now you can pick one up for its lowest price ever, just $14.99. It normally sells for almost double this.

    Don’t let the small package fool you, though. It has a 5W speaker inside and offers 10 hours of playback per charge. If you don’t want everyone connecting their phone to your speaker via Bluetooth you can opt to use the Aux connection or microSD card slot instead. It also has a built-in mic which allows you to not only listen to music on it but also take phone calls when needed.

    This speaker is backed by a 45-day money back guarantee and a 24-month warranty from Aukey.

    See at Amazon

  • Aukey’s mini Bluetooth speaker is down to its lowest price ever right now

    Big sound from a small package.

    Aukey is well-known for making great accessories for our gadgets, including charging gear and Bluetooth add-ons. This mini Bluetooth speaker is no exception, and right now you can pick one up for its lowest price ever, just $14.99. It normally sells for almost double this.

    Don’t let the small package fool you, though. It has a 5W speaker inside and offers 10 hours of playback per charge. If you don’t want everyone connecting their phone to your speaker via Bluetooth you can opt to use the Aux connection or microSD card slot instead. It also has a built-in mic which allows you to not only listen to music on it but also take phone calls when needed.

    This speaker is backed by a 45-day money back guarantee and a 24-month warranty from Aukey.

    See at Amazon

  • Google’s Fuchsia OS may replace Android in 5 years

    The end goal is to have Fuchsia on phones, computers, smart speakers, and more.

    Ever since 2016, Google’s been chugging along with the development of a new operating system called “Fuchsia.” Fuchsia’s been expected to replace Android at some point down the road, but the timeline for this has been pretty murky — at least until now.

    A new report recently popped up from Bloomberg, and according to sources that spoke with the publication:

    Ultimately the team [Google’s Fuchsia team] aspires to swap in their system for Android, the software that powers more than three-quarters of the world’s smartphones, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing internal matters. The aim for this is to happen in the next half decade, one person said.

    Furthermore, Google also plans to have Fuchsia running on smart speakers and other “connected home devices” within the next three years.

    Bloomberg’s report goes on to reiterate things we’ve already been anticipating for Fuchsia,…

  • Google’s Fuchsia OS may replace Android in 5 years

    The end goal is to have Fuchsia on phones, computers, smart speakers, and more.

    Ever since 2016, Google’s been chugging along with the development of a new operating system called “Fuchsia.” Fuchsia’s been expected to replace Android at some point down the road, but the timeline for this has been pretty murky — at least until now.

    A new report recently popped up from Bloomberg, and according to sources that spoke with the publication:

    Ultimately the team [Google’s Fuchsia team] aspires to swap in their system for Android, the software that powers more than three-quarters of the world’s smartphones, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing internal matters. The aim for this is to happen in the next half decade, one person said.

    Furthermore, Google also plans to have Fuchsia running on smart speakers and other “connected home devices” within the next three years.

    Bloomberg’s report goes on to reiterate things we’ve already been anticipating for Fuchsia,…

  • Instagram’s new Q&A feature is a bigger deal than you think

    Bringing the photo platform another step closer to being a full-fledged social platform.

    If you’ve been on Instagram in the last week or so, you’ve probably noticed some of your friends using the new Questions feature in their Stories. You might have even tried it for yourself — it attaches to an image or video in your Story just like any other sticker, and you can add whatever you want to the text field, resize or move the sticker, and field replies to answer and post to your Story.

    You might even already be annoyed with the feature and how many Story posts it encourages — every time you answer a question, it gets shared to your Story unless you choose to send your response directly to the person who asked. Some users’ Stories are longer than ever as they try to answer every question that crops up, but don’t worry. As with any new feature rollout, use will settle down as more and more people get the initial urge to try it out of their systems.

    Whether or not yo…

  • Google+ app adds your profile to the bottom bar, replaces Collections with Discover

    The social networking service that everyone loves to hate has actually made some decent strides over the past year or so on both the web and Android in terms of convenience and usability. A cohesive user experience is probably not what Google+ needs most in its quest for mainstream relevance, but it can’t hurt to try new things.

    The latest small changes noticed by devoted fans of the Android app include the addition of a fifth bottom bar option.

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    Google+ app adds your profile to the bottom bar, replaces Collections with Discover was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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