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Zombies and plants will yet again clash in Plants vs. Zombies 3

Plants vs. Zombies fans, rejoice!

What you need to know Electronic Arts (EA) has announced that Plants vs. Zombies 3 is in development. While there’s no schedule for when it might release, it’s in pre-alpha right now on Android devices. Access will be going out in waves, so go you can go ahead and install it from the Google Play store.

EA has announced that Plants vs. Zombies 3 is in development right  [Read More…]

Redmi K20 Pro review: Redefining value flagships all over again

The most refined Redmi phone to date packs quite a wallop.

Xiaomi knows how to build a great budget phone. The brand’s entire business model rests on the budget segment, with the Redmi series accounting for a majority of its overall sales. Sure, Xiaomi also caters to the flagship space with the Mi series and the Mi Mix phones, but the Redmi lineup is the brand’s bread and butter.

While Xiaomi has fared incredibly well in the  [Read More…]

Never lose anything again with super cheap Tiles during Prime Day

If you’ve been wanting a Tile tracking device, now is the time.

Amazon is offering some deep discounts on three Tile tracker models right now for Prime Day: Tile Mate, Tile Slim, and Tile Pro. The Prime Day deal is on individual units for each, but Amazon also has a Tile Pro two-pack, Tile Pro two-pack with black and white units, a Tile Mate and Tile Slim four-pack, and Tile Pro four-pack that comes with two black  [Read More…]

U.S. companies can now work with Huawei again — except when they can’t

U.S. companies can sell to Huawei ‘where there is no threat to national security.’

What you need to know The U.S. Commerce Department will begin issuing licenses to American companies that want to do business with Huawei. Licenses will be approved “where there is no threat to national security.” Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross has said the department will continue to protect America’s advanced technologies and no company should trade secrets or IP for access to growing markets.  [Read More…]

Pay close attention to the RCS football as Google tees it up again

Google taking RCS Chat into its own hands and bypassing the carriers will help, but it won’t create a messaging utopia.

You have to wonder a little if Google is afraid of getting messaging right. That’s maybe the only explanation that’s left following its most recent failure to take encrypted messaging seriously, and for the latest lip service paid to RCS — the next generation of sort-of-not-really text messaging that Google’s been pushing for the past couple  [Read More…]

Moto Z4 review: Here we go again

Skip this unless you’re a new Verizon customer.

The Moto Z series has gone through quite a few identity crises over the last four years. What was once Motorola’s showcase for its flagship hardware has since become a humbler midrange offering, as the company continues to shift away from the high-end space — a strategy that seems to be working, with Motorola turning a profit for the first time since being acquired by Lenovo in 2014.

Though  [Read More…]

Never worry about passwords again – Two years of RememBear now only $40

If there’s one rule in the world of passwords, it’s that you shouldn’t use the same one for every app, service, or account. Get compromised in one place and you risk having yourself exposed elsewhere. No, you need individual, strong, secure passwords.

The problem, though, with having so many diverse and tough passwords is remembering them. What you’ll want is a password manager that handles your forms and accounts with one single, master password. This way you just enter the  [Read More…]

The volcano has erupted, and Fortnite’s map has changed once again

For quite some time, the island that Fortnite takes place on has been teasing some sort of event. Today, that event occurred, when the vault that appeared in the middle of Loot Lake opened, and the volcano that was stationed on the island erupted, taking out a variety of fan-favorite locations in the game.

Earlier this afternoon, the countdown over Loot Lake came to an end, allowing players to jump into the vault that had appeared where the  [Read More…]

Wear OS’s interface is changing once again with the introduction of Tiles

They’re replacing the dedicated Google Fit page.

Late last year, Google launched Wear OS 2.0 — a huge overhaul for its wearable operating system that aimed to make Wear OS simpler and easier to use. A big part of Wear OS 2.0 focused on new swipe gestures, and with another update that’s rolling out now, Google’s slightly tweaking how these work with the introduction of Tiles.

Prior to this change, Wear OS consisted of four main swipes:

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Huawei phones can once again install VLC from the Play Store

You can once again use VLC to play music and videos on Huawei devices.

VideoLAN blacklisted Huawei phones from downloading VLC last year, stating EMUI’s “ridiculous policy of killing all background apps” caused several issues with background playback. The issues led to negative reviews by Huawei users, and VideoLAN decided to pull the plug. The company said a few months later that it would be working with Huawei to issue a fix, and it looks like that  [Read More…]