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  • 12 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last week (5/16/17 – 5/22/17)

    Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.
    Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include rati…

  • LeEco founder Jia Yueting steps down as CEO of public unit

    Jia Yueting, former LeEco CEO and founder of the company, is voluntarily replacing himself as CEO from the publicly traded arm of the LeEco conglomerate, to be succeeded by former Lenovo executive Liang Jun. Over the last 6 months, LeEco has been in t…

  • Mophie’s Juice Pack for the Pixel XL adds Qi wireless charging

    Just because you chose Google’s Android over every other rendition doesn’t mean you should be left out of the wireless fun.

    Mophie has concocted a clever solution for those of you who may adore your Pixel XL smartphones, but have been secretly ruing the day you abandoned your wireless charging privileges. The newly released Juice Pack case for the Pixel XL not only tacks on an additional 2950mAh battery, but it also adds Qi wireless charging capabilities.

    The Juice Pack offers protective covering and up to 50 hours of additional talk time, claims Mophie. You can charge both the battery pack and the Pixel XL’s internal battery via a Qi wireless charging pad, though Mophie also mentions compatibility with “other wireless systems.” If you need even faster charging, you can plug in a USB Type-C cable instead and Juice Pack will prioritize re-juicing the Pixel XL first.

    Perhaps the only drawback of the Juice Pack is that it tacks on an additional 3.8 ounces to your current load, making…

  • AT&T’s LG Phoenix 2 has received Android 7.0 Nougat

    Considering many high-end phones never get major Android updates, it’s always nice to see budget phones continue to be supported. This time around, AT&T’s sub-$100 LG Phoenix 2 phone is getting Android 7.0 Nougat.

    The phone was released in May 2016, with the specs to match its price – a Snapdragon 210 CPU, 1.5GB of RAM, and a 720×1280 display. Still, now the phone has Android 7.0, which is more than I can say for some brand new phones.

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    AT&T’s LG Phoenix 2 has received Android 7.0 Nougat was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • MrMobile at Google I/O: Only boring if you’re not paying attention

    Google! A giant among giants who other giants think are giant (yeah, how’s that for writing?) Google’s I/O conference this year has been plagued by the specter of yawns from journalists who wonder where all the fun of the previous year has disappeared to. But what were they expecting? It’s a developers conference!

    I’m Michael Fisher, AKA MrMobile, and while it’s not splashy or gadget-heavy, there’s a lot to be interested in coming from I/O this year. From simple things like easy ways to save battery life on your smartwatch, to the ease of the Kotlin programming language, to the 50 billion apps a DAY that Google scans for malware, there’s a lot of cool things to do. Check out this video and Android Central’s coverage of the event for all the reasons you should be excited about what we saw at Google I/O.

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  • Best Bluetooth speakers of 2017

    Check out our list of the best Bluetooth speakers of 2017. We cover the best wireless speakers for every need and for every budget!(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • LG launches the X Venture, an affordable active smartphone

    Bear Gryll-types and the accident prone: if the Galaxy Active is too much for you, LG’s offering a cheaper alternative.

    Looking for a rugged device that won’t break the bank? LG wants you to consider its second-generation X Venture smartphone. It’s made for people who are active and it’s cheap enough that, if you’re on AT&T, you could probably grab one as a backup simply for adventurous weekends.

    The LG X Venture features a 5.2-inch Full HD In-Cell touch display. It runs Android 7.0 Nougat and features IP68 water and dust resistance, a front-facing fingerprint sensor embedded into a physical Home button along with two other physical navigation keys, and a whopping 4100mAh battery. It also comes with a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel wide-angle front-facing camera.

    Its other specifications may leave a bit to be desired, however, especially if you’re eager for flagship-worthy specs. The X Venture is powered by a low-end Snapdragon 435 processor and 2GB of RAM, …

  • Nest preparing new security camera with 4K video, fresh design

    Nest isn’t resting, releasing a fresh indoor camera with new features.

    Nest, perhaps known best for its popular smart thermostat, is reportedly ready to refresh its Nest Cam camera with new features and a higher resolution. The Google-owned company most recently refreshed its camera lineup with an outdoor-ready version near the end of 2016.

    It’s a 4K camera … but you’ll only get 1080p out of it in the end.

    The new Nest Cam will have a sensor capable of recording in 4K resolution, but will use this new resolution to simply enable dynamic zooming while preserving a 1080p resolution stream to the user. When it detects motion, it will be able to digitally zoom in to a specific point for a better view.

    The refreshed hardware will round out with a new USB-C power source, and the lens will get an LED ring around it to indicate it’s recording. Android Police claims the design is similar to that of the current Nest Outdoor camera … but the new camera is designed for indoor use. Pr…

  • Amazon Echo vs. Dot vs. Tap vs. Show: Which should you buy?

    Control your music and way more with Amazon’s line of Echo smart speakers.

    Updated May 2017: Added Modern Dad’s take, a note on Tap’s hands-free capabilities, and information on Echo Show.

    The world of the connected home is still very much a disconnected mess. As Apple and Google each compete with their own standards — and other companies doing the same with their own — Amazon has quietly snuck in the side door with its smart, attractive, and intelligent speaker. Or, rather, speakers. After more than a year with just the Amazon Echo to lead the way, Amazon’s line of smart speakers embodies that future. The Echo, Tap, Dot are very similar smart speakers, in that they perform nearly all the same functions, with some minor differences. And the new Echo Show adds a screen, and a whole new way of interactiveness.

    If you’re in the market for a smart speaker but can’t decide between these three, we’ll outline the key differences and let you know which one is best fo…

  • Editorial: Assistant is the key to Google’s Android Automotive project

    Google spent much of the I/O 2017 keynote talking about machine learning. In fact, we heard the phrase “AI first” as a description of Google’s current plans. You probably have a little sliver of Google’s AI capabilities in your pocket right now—Google Assistant. There’s one place in particular Google really wants Assistant to live, and that’s in your car.

    Voice commands in general are extremely well-suited to the car, so it should come as no surprise that Google had two Assistant-infused “Android Automotive” demos on-hand at I/O—one from Volvo (above) and another from Audi.

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    Editorial: Assistant is the key to Google’s Android Automotive project was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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