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  • Google is recruiting Google+ beta testers

    Do you have unusually strong opinions about Google+ and what Google should be doing with it? Then today is your lucky day. Google is seeking people to help test new features and give feedback on the direction of G+. Not all who apply will be accepted, though.

    This program is more involved than a Play Store beta test. If you sign up for Google’s program, you will be granted early access to new features on Google+.

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    Google is recruiting Google+ beta testers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How BMW is speeding up its digital revolution and preparing for the self-driving car

    BMW cars have a smart feature that runs through an app on your tphone: BMW Connected. The first step towards a fully automated self-driving car, is this the right move?(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Post-apocalyptic survival RPG ‘NEO Scavenger’ just snuck onto the Play Store

    Popular PC survival roguelike NEO Scavenger has just been released onto the Play Store, and you can try it out for free for an unlimited amount of time. While the demo has limited some features, you can unlock the full version for $9.99 through the game’s only in-app purchase. So if you are looking for a new roguelike that allows you to survive in a post-apocalyptic world, NEO Scavenger may just be what you are looking for.

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    Post-apocalyptic survival RPG ‘NEO Scavenger’ just snuck onto the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • HP Chromebook X360 11 G1 EE gets Android app support in Chrome OS Stable Channel

    Google has promised that all Chromebooks launched from 2017 onwards would support Android apps, but it’s taking the company a little while to deliver on that claim. The HP Chromebook X360 11 G1 EE (wow, that’s a long name) is one of many Chromebooks released this year, but until now Android app support on it has been limited to the Chrome OS Beta Channel.

    The official list of Chromebooks with Android app support has been updated, and now states that the X360 11 G1 EE has the Play Store on the Chrome OS Stable Channel.

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    HP Chromebook X360 11 G1 EE gets Android app support in Chrome OS Stable Channel was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Free Alert] Google is handing out free $1 Google Play credits to select accounts

    Everyone likes free things, right? If you are one of the many billions of people who do, you should enjoy this Deal Alert, which I have dubbed “Free Alert.” Google is giving free $1 Play credit, which can be used anywhere on the Google Play Store, to …

  • There are great Google Pixel deals available from Woot! and Verizon right now

    Now these are the kinds of deals we want to see.

    As the rumors start to really heat up surrounding the new Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2, we finally have some substantial discounts on the current-gen phones. Both Woot! and Verizon have really good deals, pricing these phones well below their consistently high starting prices that have held on even several months into their lives.

    Woot! has the best deal available right now, although in typical Woot! fashion it’s for refurbished phones. $399 for a Pixel, or $449 for a Pixel XL — both in black. That’s a fantastic deal, particularly for the larger Pixel XL, which still sells for $769 on the Google Store. The usual caveats about buying a refurbished phone apply, but that price is really great and likely worth it.

    See at Woot!

    Verizon perhaps has a better deal, all things considered, as it’s selling a brand new Pixel for $420 and Pixel XL for $540. That extra cash gets you a new phone rather than a refurb one, and it also lets you choo…

  • Essential’s head of UX quits to go work for Google

    Andy Rubin’s new tech company, Essential, hasn’t had the greatest luck. After receiving a cease-and-desist from Spigen, missing its 30-day shipping period, and having two other key employees leave the company, Essential has now lost Liron Damir, its h…

  • Stay productive on-the-go with the $24 iClever Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard

    The team at Thrifter is back again, this time with a folding Bluetooth keyboard for a great price!

    Looking for a super portable keyboard solution, or maybe just a way to free up some desk space? The iClever Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard is currently available for just $23.99 when you enter the promo code CJLJBQI6 at checkout, which is this item’s lowest price ever.

    iClever’s keyboard can fold up into a very small and portable size (328 x 102 x 6 mm while unfolded, 158 x 102 x 13 mm folded), and the back also doubles as a pseudo-case for the product as well. With a built-in rechargeable battery, you’ll be able to work for 40 hours continually to give you no excuse to go to bed early.

    It also features a U-shaped design which angles your wrists inwards while typing instead of forward like standard keyboards do, which iClever claims results in less wrist, shoulder, and arm fatigue after long periods of use. This keyboard does have standard sized keys like the others, however.

    Whether y…

  • [Deal Alert] LG Watch Style on sale for $139.99 ($110 off) via eBay

    Google and LG teamed up on a pair of smartwatches to show off Android Wear 2.0, one of which had all the things and the other that had very few things. That other watch is the LG Watch Style, which still sells for $249 on the Google Store. That’s way too much, but it’s on sale for a much more reasonable $139.99 on eBay right now.

    The Watch Style lacks NFC and the battery is only 240mAh.

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    [Deal Alert] LG Watch Style on sale for $139.99 ($110 off) via eBay was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • TSA implementing stronger screening procedures for carry-on electronics

    The move follows extensive testing during pilot programs at 10 airports around the country.

    The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is implementing new carry-on screening procedures for electronics that will affect anyone flying to, from, or within the United States. The move comes after extensive testing in 10 major airports around the country, with the goal of improving security measures to stay ahead of any emerging threats to aviation security.

    As explained in the official press release, the new security measures will require TSA agents to scan smaller electronics in the same way they screen laptops :

    “As new procedures are phased in, TSA officers will begin to ask travelers to remove electronics larger than a cell phone from their carry-on bags and place them in a bin with nothing on top or below, similar to how laptops have been screened for years. This simple step helps TSA officers obtain a clearer X-ray image.”

    You may have already dealt with these new scree…

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