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Access geo-locked content from anywhere and avoid ads with Windscribe VPN

Internet privacy is craved by internet users these days, as the Web has become a place that makes money from ads and user data. You can never have too much privacy, but choosing the right software is key. Software is to mobile what keys are to your home: let the “right” key get away from […]

The LOFT portable battery case lets Google Home escape from the home

If you’ve always wanted your Google Home to be a little more portable, this’ll take care of that.

Sure, pretty much everything that’s baked into Google Home is already in your perfectly portable smartphone. Google Assistant. Music. Podcasts. Answers for all of the world’s questions. But let’s face it, even the best smartphone speakers suck compared to Google Home.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could just take your Google Home outside, without needing an extension cord?  [Read More…]

How to buy PlayStation 4 games from the Japanese store

Getting access to the Japanese PlayStation Store

Not every PlayStation 4 game is released globally. Some games go to one country early, and some are never made available to every place you can buy a console. There’s a solution, but it’s a little tedious.

Bored with your current games or just looking for something new and interesting? Try out the Japanese PlayStation store to see what kind of new and interesting games might not be available to  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: A great time to re-evaluate 2017’s best phones

For many of us, December is the time to buy a new phone.

Whether for ourselves or as a gift, the holiday season presents a good opportunity to get a new device with all of the discounts being handed around. And as such, it’s a great time to re-evaluate where 2017’s top phones rank. Obviously the newer phones released later in the year will compare favorably to those from the first quarter, but at the same time  [Read More…]

Celebrate Pixel day with these killer deals from our store

It’s October 4, which means it’s the day of Google’s new announcements for products and services. With multiple new devices expected, it’s a big day in the world of Google and Android. To celebrate, we’ve pulled out some of our best-selling and popular deals from the AndroidGuys Deals Store. We’ve found that our readers responded […]

The $350 Ring security kit lets you monitor your home in real time from anywhere

Take advantage of this deal on Ring’s do-it-yourself home security system that includes live video monitoring!

The Ring home security kit is down to $ 349.99 at Best Buy. This kit was $ 500 at Best Buy yesterday, and that’s the price it goes for at other retailers. This drop is one of the best we’ve ever seen.

The home security kit comes with the Ring Video Doorbell, Ring Chime, and two stick up cameras. Bought individually, the kit  [Read More…]

Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: Legitify, Skimmer Scanner

mweravelliteEvery week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the five most popular Android apps from last week. These apps are ones that are most likely new and haven’t appeared in the top five list more than three times.

1. Camera tuner for Moto X (4)

 

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Pixels and Nexuses now receiving October security patch from Google

It’s once again time to furiously tap that update button.

Google has released its October 2017 security patch, complete with a brand new website for Pixel and Nexus patches. As usual, the October update is pushing out for the Pixel XL, Pixel, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and Pixel C.

The latest security bulletin details the changes, which are mostly low-level patches against known and 0-day exploits. Fixes are in  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: Late-breaking Pixel predictions

Hunches, predictions and gut feelings about what’s next from Google.

Pixel season is upon us, as Google prepares to show off next-gen hardware across several categories this coming Wednesday, October 4. It’ll also be the sixth Google fall hardware launch I’ve covered (either in person or remotely), the first being the venerable Samsung Galaxy Nexus back in 2011.

Usually that’d give you a fair bit of perspective — background knowledge to help you see what’s coming next  [Read More…]

Twitter character limit expands from 140 to 280 to encourage more English tweets

Twitter has become a thriving social media platform for brevity, with the company making changes all the time (such as the introduction of Twitter Lite earlier this year for less-than-stellar cellular data networks) to encourage growing participation by its growing user base. While the company is famous for its 140-character limit, its brevity has proven […]