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Here’s your first look at the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition

New teaser gives us a sneak peek of the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition.

OnePlus confirmed last week that it would roll out an Avengers-themed OnePlus 6, and a new teaser shared by the manufacturer gives us an early look at some of the design features. The phone will be called the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition, and the teaser suggests we’ll see a textured back similar to that of the carbon fiber  [Read More…]

Learn to fend off hackers and would-be data thieves and only pay what you want!

As more and more companies move completely online, cybersecurity has never been more important. There is so much personal data online, and many organizations house the valuable and sensitive personal data of countless thousands, which means that cybersecurity professionals are incredibly valuable and the first and last line of defense against would-be data thieves and hackers.

Learning to become a network administrator, as well as the ins and outs of network security is a huge step forward in your IT  [Read More…]

The OnePlus 6 will, finally, be unveiled on May 16th

OnePlus has announced that the OnePlus 6 will be unveiled at an event in London on May 16th. The event will begin at 5PM BST / Noon EST and will be live-streamed.

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These are all the carriers that support Google’s ‘Chat’ enhanced messaging

Chat is Google’s bold bet on RCS.

Google pledged its support for Rich Communications Services back in 2015 by acquiring Jibe, and last week we heard that the company is looking to build out a suite of advanced messaging services into its Android Messages app with a new feature called Chat.

Chat will bring a whole new set of capabilities to Android Messages, and the feature will leverage the Rich Communications Services standard to do so. As  [Read More…]

How to get started with Google Daydream

Stop daydreaming and start, you know, Daydreaming!

Google Daydream takes your phone and turns it into a virtual world beyond your wildest imaginations, using a simple headset and controller. There are plenty of apps and games for your Daydream headset, but you can’t use those without setting the headset up first.

Here’s how to set up your new Daydream headset!

Take off the lens protectors

I’m listing this first because I used my Daydream headset for an  [Read More…]

The new Gmail has arrived and here’s how you can get it

Google has released a new update for Gmail’s web client and mobile app. The update includes a new coat of paint, along with a slew of new features to make email management easier.

The post The new Gmail has arrived and here’s how you can get it appeared first on AndroidGuys.

How to use FolderSync to manage all of your media

Move your files between your phone and the cloud so easily!

The way I consume music and other media is a little unusual. I share a Google Play Music and a Hulu subscription with a friend, as well as my own Netflix account. I have a rule when it comes to music; I will buy an MP3 of a song or album if I listen to it more than three times within a week. I maintain a  [Read More…]

Amazon’s Echo Dot Kids Edition bundles make this smart purchase even more affordable

All of these devices are better bundled together.

Amazon just announced an all-new Echo Dot Kids Edition, and the company has already launched some bundles which help make it even more affordable. Simply pairing the new Echo Dot Kids Edition with a Fire Tablet can save you up to $ 50 versus buying them separately. The Echo Dot Kids Edition is still only available as a pre-order, but it’s scheduled to begin shipping on May 9.

The  [Read More…]

Tasks is Google’s attempt at a standalone to-do list app

In addition to releasing an update to the Gmail interface, Google has pushed an update to its Tasks application. Here’s a look at what it can, and can’t do.

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How to enable the new Gmail web interface

A fresh look for your inbox is just a few clicks away.

The new Gmail web interface that was announced just a couple weeks ago has launched, bringing both a refreshed design and also a handful of new features. The overall look is a bit cleaner, like what we saw in the Google Calendar refresh earlier this year, with lots of Material Design influences. There are new features like a “confidential mode,” email snoozing, better integration with other Google  [Read More…]