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You will soon be able to add stickers to liven up your Twitter photos

Twitter will soon begin rolling out a new feature to its iOS and Android apps, along with Twitter.com, that will allow for adding stickers to any uploaded photos in a post.

Coming soon! Unleash your creativity by adding fun #Stickers to your photos on Twitter: https://t.co/Ph92Oivyhy pic.twitter.com/NZoM6nHenD

— Twitter (@twitter) June 27, 2016

In a blog post, Twitter stated:

Soon, you can browse our rotating sets of stickers to join in on  [Read More…]

Save on the Gear VR and its compatible phones right now!

DailySteals is running a promotion that not only saves you some cash on Samsung’s Gear VR, but also all of the compatible phones. That’s right, you can save $ 20 on the VR headset and you can also save some money on the Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S7, S7 edge, and Note 5.

Pricing for all the deals include:

Gear VR – $ 79 Galaxy S6 – As low as $ 299 Galaxy S6 edge –  [Read More…]

HP’s new touch-enabled Chromebook 11 G5 is ready for Android apps

HP has announced the latest addition to its Chromebook lineup, the Chromebook 11 G5. Set at the budget-friendly price of $ 189, the G5 packs an 11.6-inch screen and promises 12.5 hours of battery life.

The Chromebook 11 G5 also comes in at 2.51 lbs, and is powered by an Intel Celeron N3060 processor. Most interesting, however, is that the Chromebook 11 G5 is available with an optional touchscreen, making it more than ready to take on  [Read More…]

U.S. Cellular support now officially available in Project Fi

U.S. Cellular support is now officially available for Project Fi customers. You’ll need to update the Fi app to ensure that everything is working properly on your end with connecting to the new network. With this addition, Fi customers will now have three different networks to bounce between to ensure they always are using the best network in the area they are in.

T-Mobile and Sprint were the original partners with Google on Project Fi, and  [Read More…]

Google Cast SDK Version 3 released for Android and iOS

Google has released the 3.0 version of its Google Cast SDK for Android and iOS app developers. The updated tools will allow app creators to add more features in their Google Cast-enabled products.

The new Google Cast SDK update was previewed during Google I/O 2016. Among other things, version 3.0 offers developers a way to enable Cast features in their apps with less coding than before. It also offers a more consistent user interface for the iOS and  [Read More…]

Protip: Power off your Chromebook before you put it away

A quick tip for Chromebook users — powering down when you’re done using your laptop keeps things running smoothly and makes sure your software is up to date.

Your Chromebook does a good job of going to sleep and staying asleep when you shut the lid, which is the sort of thing you’d want any laptop to do well. But that doesn’t reset and recycle your current session in Chrome OS. And those are both things  [Read More…]

Audeze SINE headphone review: High-end on-ears, because why not?

You may have not heard of Audeze, and that’s okay. The company makes some of the most premium (and expensive) headphones out there, specializing in high-end planar magnetic driver technology. Now, most of its inventory is large, open-back over-ears, but the company has just launched a more mobile and wallet-friendly solution for the more general audience who

Cleaning out the storage on your phone is a monthly task

In last week’s poll we asked how often you clean out the storage on your phone. Phones have become a hub for everything for keeping photos to being able to quickly check bank account balances. Their storage capacity isn’t unlimited though, and eventually you’re going to run out of room. That’s why we wanted to know how often you clean out the storage on your phone.

In first place, with 25.8% of the vote,  [Read More…]

Best wireless mice for Chromebooks

Which wireless mice are best for Chromebooks?

While your Chromebook’s trackpad works well enough for most situations, there are some tasks for which a wireless mouse is better.

Whether you need a wireless mouse to scroll through long documents faster, or to perform fine manipulations, there’s a great wireless mouse out there with your name on it. Here are a few of our favorites.

Microsoft Touch Mouse Logitech Wireless Mouse M320 Logitech Performance MX AmazonBasics Wireless  [Read More…]

Android Pay officially launches in Singapore

Android Pay is now live in Singapore. Android users in Singapore can now download the Android Pay app and add their cards in order to tap and pay at various stores around the island.

This makes Singapore the third country around the globe — and first in Asia — to get Android Pay, coming in right behind the U.S. and UK. The mobile payment platform can be used anywhere that accepts contactless payments. Users  [Read More…]