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Huawei confirms its next phone is the P20 and will have three cameras

See mooore with AI. We‘ve been hearing leaks and rumors regarding the Huawei P20 for quite some time now, and just a few short days before MWC 2018 begins, Huawei‘s sent out a teaser to make sure you don‘t forget about its event next month. There‘s been some debate regarding whether the upcoming phone would be branded as the P20 or P11, and while sources of ours confirmed this earlier in the year, this is the first time

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Every Android phone with ARCore right now

Google‘s AR platform is now available to more than just the Pixels. You don‘t need to own a Pixel from Google to take advantage of ARCore anymore! The platform has now been released to version 1.0, and with that comes a lot of exciting news for developers and users alike. ARCore apps will start showing up in the Play Store soon, but what phones will be able to enjoy this new tech? Check out the list here, which we‘ll be keep

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How much are you willing to spend on a smartphone?

Phones aren‘t going to get any cheaper, but how much is too much? New phone season gets heated up in a big way next week when Samsung shows us the Galaxy S9. Two things are guaranteed once we start to see whatever it is companies making phones want to show us: there will be something from some company we really want, and it will be expensive. More expensive than last year because that‘s how anything that uses money seems to work. T

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Street Fighter 4: Champion Edition arrives on Android!

A New Challenger Appears! February 23, 2018: Capcom has launched Street Fighter 4: Champion Edition for Android and it‘s fun but flawed. Meanwhile, Dunk Line is an addictive new game from the folks at Ketchapp! Street Fighter 4: Champion Edition This week, Street Fighter 4: Champion Edition landed in the Google Play Store as a free download, and I‘m still not sure how I feel about it Pretty much everyone loves Street Fighter

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These are all the Moto phones Motorola is releasing in 2018

2018 is shaping up to be a big year for Motorola. Ever since its acquisition by Lenovo, Motorola‘s turned into a company that‘s not shy about releasing a lot of different phones each year. This allows for a lot of choices, but it can also make trying to pick the perfect phone a bit headache-inducing. No matter your opinion on Motorola‘s release cycle, however, there‘s no denying that 2018 is already shaping up to be an

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Best Arlo Pro Mounts

Put your Arlo Pro camera anywhere with one of these fantastic mounting options. Netgear‘s Arlo Pro cameras are some of the best security monitoring cameras you can buy. They‘re weatherproof, the battery lasts for months so you can place them without a cord if you like, and they‘re built tough. We love them. We also love that there is a great selection of accessories from Netgear and third parties that are actually useful! Yo

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Google takes ARCore mainstream, brings Google Lens to hundreds more phones

Great news for those who live in an augmented reality. Since its debut at 2017‘s Google I/O conference, Google Lens has been impressing users with its ability to parse actionable and useful information from existing photos on the company‘s own Pixel phones. It rolled out in October within the Photos app, and then expanded to Google Assistant in November. At the same time, Google has been touting its augmented reality platform, ARC

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Google Assistant gaining 30 new languages, multilingual support, and more

Routines will also be available in the coming weeks. Shiny new hardware like the Galaxy S9, LG V30S, and other handsets will be the stars of the show during MWC next week, but those aren‘t the only things we‘ll be keeping an eye out for. A few days before the trade show gets underway, Google‘s announced a heap of new goodies that are coming to the Google Assistant throughout the year. Perhaps the most important announcement

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Adhere the iOttie One Touch 2 car mount to your dash or windshield for just 13

Navigate and take hands-free calls safely with an iOttie One Touch car mount. The iOttie One Touch 2 car mount is now on sale at Amazon for just 12.57. This is its lowest price ever and a 6 drop from what it sells for on average. The One Touch 2 features a mounting system which locks and releases your device with a single push. The One Touch line is pretty well-rated, and this version is no exception. It uses a sticky gel pad to adhere to mos

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Grab a three-month subscription to Amazon‘s kid-friendly FreeTime Unlimited for 4

Gain access to thousands of books, games, movies and more with FreeTime Unlimited. Through February 28, Amazon is offering customers three months of FreeTime Unlimited for just 3.99. This subscription would generally cost you 30, as a Family plan is 10 monthly or 7 with a Prime account. If you enjoy the service and have just one child using it, you can subscribe for as low as 2.99 monthly with Prime. FreeTime Unlimited offers unlimited access

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Android P may launch with a native dark theme

Our relentless nagging has worked. Over the past few months, there have been a handful of indicators suggesting that Android will soon offer native theming support. Android Oreo allows users to customize their phones with the Substratum Theme Engine with the use of a simple desktop app, the Pixel 2 introduced white and dark themes that change based on the wallpaper you have set, and now it looks like Android will soon get a native dark mode.

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Awair Glow air quality monitor review: Wonderfully informative if not a bit worrisome

Are you curious about the air quality in your home? The Google Home- and Alexa-compatible Awair Glow can help you breathe easy. I‘m an allergy sufferer. I‘m allergic to dust, pollen, mould, trees, grasses, an assortment of barnyard animals, cats, dogs, smoke, and more. And like an idiot, I have both a cat and a dog in a rather small home that‘s over 65 years old. I‘ve long wondered about the air quality in this house:

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How to fix the incorrect time on your Android phone

It‘s.. time... to learn how to fix your phone‘s wrong time. Most of us depend on our phone to keep track of the time. Whether you need to use it as an alarm or timer or just want to have a look and see what time it is, our phone has become the de facto watch of the 21st century. That means it‘s not fun at all if your phone won‘t keep the correct time. And having the time blip in and out of being correct can wreak havoc

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Samsung Max is a new VPN that‘s replacing Opera Max

And it‘s only available for Samsung phones. A few years back, Opera Max was one of the most popular VPNs designed to help you save as much data as possible while using your phone. The service was discontinued by Opera last August, and now Samsung is digging it out of its grave and relaunching it as Samsung Max. Similar to Opera Max, Samsung Max will help users cut back on their monthly data usage while also ensuring their online connect

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Kingdom Hearts 3 for PlayStation 4: Everything we know so far!

Want to know what‘s going on with Kingdom Hearts 3? Here‘s what we know so far In the early years of gaming, there were quite a few swings taken at the creation of a game utilizing Disney properties. Most of those games were ranged anywhere from unplayable to mediocre as far as quality goes. Then in 2002, Square released Kingdom Hearts onto the PlayStation 2. Disney fans and gamers rejoiced as they finally had a significant video

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Huawei P20: Rumors, specs, availability, and more!

Whatever name it carries, the successor to the Huawei P10 should be a fascinating device. Huawei, like many other big names in mobile, has a predictable cadence to its flagship smartphone launches. The new technology gets showcased first in the Mate series in the fall, usually paired with an updated version of EMUI, running the very latest Android build. That technological base is then further refined for the P series the following spring. Th

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Does the Google Pixel 2 have Bluetooth issues?

It all depends. As great as the first-generation Google Pixel was, one thing it wasn‘t was a perfect phone. The Pixel had its fair share of issues, with one of the most annoying being inconsistent Bluetooth performance. The Pixel 2 fixes a lot of the complaints people had with its older sibling, but how does it fare when it comes using Bluetooth? One of our forum users recently asked this very question, and these are a few of the respo

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Google Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL: News, tips, problems, specs and more!

Everything you need to know about the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL! The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are finally here, and there‘s a lot to unpack. While these devices resemble the original Pixel and Pixel XL, there are many changes both internally and externally that make them worth talking about. Let‘s dive in. Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL review! The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are incredible phones - probably the best Android phones out there

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How to set up and use Face Unlock on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

Face Unlock relies on the Redmi Note 5 Pro‘s front 20MP camera, unlocking the phone in just 500 milliseconds. Xiaomi announced back at the launch of the Redmi Note 5 Pro that it would roll out a face unlock feature to the device in a future software update. With the phone going on sale yesterday, Xiaomi is issuing a day-one update to MIUI 9 build 9.2.4.0 that includes the feature. This is the first time Xiaomi has offered a face unlock f

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MWC 2018 preview: What to expect (other than the Galaxy S9)

Galaxy S9, plus. It‘s easy to imagine that companies like LG, Huawei, Sony and others were more than a little relieved when Samsung didn‘t announce the Galaxy S8 at last year‘s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The mobile- and cellular-focused show has taken over from January‘s CES as the place hardware vendors launch their early-year flagships, and there was plenty to get excited about in 2017. This year, there&ls

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A parent‘s guide to helping kids using their phone during an active shooter event

The ability to communicate is powerful when everything goes wrong. Crisis situations come in all shapes and sizes, and when you are not there with your kid to protect them these events can be equally terrifying. While the most important thing is staying safe, there‘s nothing wrong with being prepared and knowing the best way to navigate a bad situation. It‘s not always easy to remember the right thing to do in those situations even

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These are the 10 best Alexa skills for India

Amazon has thoroughly customized the Alexa experience for the Indian market. Amazon launched the Echo family in India at the end of last year, introducing the subcontinent to Alexa. The virtual assistant made its debut three years ago on the first-gen Echo and over the years Amazon has steadily added more features to Alexa, making it one of the most robust options available in this space. Amazon took its time in bringing the Echo family to

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5: Everything you need to know

The Redmi Note 5 has plenty to offer if you‘re looking for a capable budget phone that doesn‘t break the bank. Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi Note 5 earlier this month, bringing the 18:9 form factor to the budget segment. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 625 - like last year‘s Redmi Note 4 - but Xiaomi is positioning the improvements to the display and camera as the main differentiator for this year‘s offering. Then

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Sports streaming service DAZN launches Roku TV app in Canada

More streaming options for sports fans looking to cut out cable TV DAZN subscribers in Canada can now access the sports streaming platform on Roku streaming players and Roku-enabled smart TVs. Adding Roku rounds out DAZN‘s list of supported devices which already included the prerequisite support for web browsers and smartphones along with apps and support for Android TV, Chromecast, VIZIO SmartCast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Apple T

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