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Huawei losing access to Android updates, Google support, after Trump ban

It’s unclear whether devices already slated for Android Q will receive the update.

What you need to know Huawei won’t receive access to Android updates Future smartphones may not be certified for Google services like Gmail or Maps Move comes after Huawei was added to U.S. trade blacklist following Trump executive order

Reuters reports that Google has put gears in motion to stop working with Huawei on future Android updates and device certifications after an executive order  [Read More…]

Having issues after your PSN ID change? Reverting is your best bet

Best answer: The easiest and most reliable method of fixing any issues that pop up after changing your PSN ID is to revert back to your old one.

Amazon: PlayStation Plus 12 Month Membership ($ 60) Amazon: PlayStation Plus 3 Month Membership ($ 25) Will I be charged for reverting back to my old PSN ID?

No, you will not be charged for reverting back to an old ID. And because of the way that Sony is  [Read More…]

All games having issues after changing your PSN ID

Sony’s having some trouble after releasing the highly-anticipated PSN ID change feature.

Being able to change your PlayStation ID is not without its growing pains. Despite having years to work on this feature, players are still finding issues in games after changing their PSN IDs that can result in data loss so severe you could lose progress—and even trophies—in a game you’ve played. Below is a list of all known games with issues, from those that are  [Read More…]

Clean up after your pets with $100 off the Eufy RoboVac 11C robot vacuum

This deal sucks.

The Eufy RoboVac 11c pet edition is down to $ 199.99 at Home Depot. The same vacuum cleaner goes for $ 300 at other retailers like Target. The deal is part of Home Depot’s Special Buy of the Day, so the price will expire tonight.

The RoboVac 11C is designed to clean pet fur more efficiently. It can automatically increase suction power when it detects a surface that is normally harder to clean and  [Read More…]

Reclaim your Samsung lock screen notifications after the OneUI update!

Samsung’s OneUI update brings a major visual overhaul along with Android Pie, but you may have noticed your lock screen looks a lot less helpful. By default, OneUI relegates all of your notifications to icons rather than the traditional, full notifications displayed on the lock screen previous versions used. The good news is we can get back the useful notifications you know and love, and we can tweak a few more things while we’re at it!

Samsung phones  [Read More…]

Saying goodbye to T-Mobile after nearly a decade

T-Mobile didn’t do anything wrong — Google just does so much more right.

After some eight years of steadfast T-Mobile loyalty, I canceled my account last week. I’ve been with T-Mobile for longer than that, actually, starting with a prepaid line about 10 years ago. But still, I’ve had this particular postpaid line for the better part of a decade. And I gave it up not because T-Mobile did anything particularly poorly or treated me badly. I  [Read More…]

8BitDo’s newest M30 Gamepads were modeled after Sega Genesis controllers

Return to the classic feel of the Sega Genesis with the M30 Gamepad.

Despite the failures of Sony’s PlayStation Classic, there’s still a ton of room on the market for retro, nostalgia-inducing consoles. Nintendo’s NES Classic and SNES Classic consoles were extremely successful after all. Here’s where Analogue’s Mega SG comes in. This lag-free, HD console comes with a special adapter that lets you play original Sega Genesis, Mega Drive, and Master System game cartridges, making it  [Read More…]

After 10 years, Android apps are still worse than their iOS counterparts

Even with 80% or so of the smartphone market, Android is still behind iOS when it comes to the apps we use. Why?

You probably have a handful (or more) of apps installed on your phone. Apps are a big part of what makes a smartphone “smart,” and whether for business or pleasure, an app store is what keeps a platform alive. Every person who ever owned a Windows phone knows the sting and that it’s true.  [Read More…]

The NES and SNES Classic consoles won’t last long after the holidays

Remember when the Nintendo NES Classic and SNES Classic retro gaming consoles first released and you had to fight the denizens of the Internet just to find one? Many of them ended up going for ridiculous prices on eBay. At one point, Nintendo actually discontinued the NES Classic and brought it back because so many people had wanted one but were never able to find it in stock.

Eventually, Nintendo had to promise the world to make more.  [Read More…]

OnePlus won’t be the first to launch a Snapdragon 855 phone after all

OnePlus now says it will be ‘among the first’ to feature the Snapdragon 855 chipset.

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau got up on stage yesterday at the Snapdragon Tech Summit to announce what seemed like a major win for the company: OnePlus would be the first to launch a phone powered by the Snapdragon 855. However, Chinese versions of the slide deck stated that the company would be “among the first” to feature Qualcomm’s latest chipset, and a  [Read More…]