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Get rid of those Alexa voice recordings

Having Alexa cater to your every whim and request is certainly very useful, but do you really want her to remember everything you’ve said? Fear not; it’s easy to remove your voice recordings from your Echo speakers and Amazon’s servers. We’ll show you how in the step-by-step guide.

How to delete your voice recordings

We’ll be showing you how to delete your voice recordings from Amazon’s servers through the Alexa app on your phone. However, it’s worth noting  [Read More…]

VoCore2 Mini pint-sized Linux computer and router fits in palm of your hand

If there’s one constant that we’ve seen over the last decade or more of tech, it’s that people love Linux. Techies, nerds, and tinkerers love the open-source operating system and all of the cool things that come with it.

SEE: Learn the ins and outs of Linux for just $ 19

Whether its Android on your phone, a version of Linux on a Raspberry Pi, or something else, chances are good that you’re using it somewhere. It’s a lot of  [Read More…]

These leather cases are the best you can get for the Note 10

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is one of the most gorgeous phones on the market right now. Its natural design is shiny and sleek, but for those times when you want to slap a case on it, having something that complements its good looks is ideal. Leather cases excel in these regards, and these are our favorite options!

Affordable, genuine leather Ciel Basic Leather Collection

Staff pick

Genuine leather cases tend to be on the expensive side  [Read More…]

Galaxy S10 running Android 10/One UI 2.0 shown off in new video

The video comes from Brazilian YouTuber Dudu Rocha and is in Portuguese.

What you need to know Brazilian YouTuber Dudu Rocha shows off a leaked build of Samsung’s Android 10 update on a Galaxy S10+. The One UI 2.0 update includes mostly subtle changes to the quick settings tiles, adds new gestures, and some Note-exclusive features. It’s possible we could see a beta for the new One UI 2.0 update at the Samsung Developers Conference in October.  [Read More…]

Samsung opens pre-orders for the Galaxy Tab S6 in the U.S.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is currently the only Android tablet to run on Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 855 processor.

What you need to know Galaxy Tab S6 can now be pre-ordered in the U.S. directly from the Samsung website. The flagship Android tablet starts at $ 650. Galaxy Tab S6 variants with 4G LTE connectivity are expected to be available sometime later this year.

Samsung introduced its high-end Galaxy Tab S6 Android tablet last month. The tablet, which  [Read More…]

Does Visible work everywhere Verizon works?

Best answer: No. Visible doesn’t have the roaming agreements that Verizon Wireless has. Verizon customers can use another provider’s network in roaming, but Visible customers rely entirely on the Verizon network.

A fast and pure Android: Google Pixel 3a ($ 399 at Amazon) No carrier has 100% coverage

Most of the significant carriers rely on roaming to fill in coverage gaps. Paying another company for cellular service can be a waste of money, but for some areas,  [Read More…]

Here’s where you should buy the Galaxy Note 10

Best answer: If you want to buy the Galaxy Note 10, we’d recommend doing so directly from Samsung’s website. Every model of the phone is available, along with all of the offered colors. However, feel free to shop around at your preferred carrier or another online retailer if you want to get an idea of all the various sales and promotions.

The “cheap” option: Galaxy Note 10 (From $ 950 at Samsung) Ultimate Note: Galaxy Note 10+  [Read More…]

Break a sweat with these great Oculus Quest games

One of the biggest benefits of the Oculus Quest is that it is a physical experience that will get you off of the couch flailing your arms, moving your body back and forth, and get your heart rate pumping during gameplay. Here is a list of the top games that will give you a killer workout in VR.

★ Featured favorite BOXVR

Choose between multiple degrees of difficulty and VR sessions that can last two minutes or  [Read More…]

YouTube Music finally gains the ability to sort albums and playlists

The ability to sort albums and playlists isn’t available on the YouTube Music web client yet.

What you need to know YouTube Music finally lets users sort albums and playlists by alphabetical or reverse alphabetical order. Until now, YouTube Music only supported sorting albums and playlists in a reverse chronological order. The ability is now available on both the Android and iOS YouTube Music apps.

Google has finally added the much needed ability to sort albums and  [Read More…]

You can now use Google Photos to search for text within your pictures

The AI-powered feature is currently available only on some Android devices.

What you need to know Google Photos will soon let you search your library for text within photos and screenshots. The feature utilizes Google Lens’ Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to find text within photos. It has reportedly started rolling out for Android users and will soon be available on iOS as well as the Google Photos web client.

Google is bringing the optical character recognition  [Read More…]