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Inbox’s location-based reminders are going away

The snooze until “someday” option is also being retired.

It’s been a hot minute since Google gave a lot of attention to Inbox, and while that’s now changing, it’s not for the better. According to reports from multiple users, Inbox’s “someday” and “pick place” snooze options are being eliminated.

One of Inbox’s selling points is the ability to snooze emails so they disappear from your main inbox for a certain amount of time. Someday would snooze the  [Read More…]

OnePlus 6 is now up for sale in India; pop-up stores going live later today

You can now purchase the OnePlus 6 in India.

The general sale of the OnePlus 6 kicks off tomorrow, but the phone is now available in an early access sale on Amazon India as well as OnePlus’ own website.

The 6GB version of the OnePlus 6 with 64GB of storage is available for ₹34,999, and the 8GB/128GB model is retailing for ₹39,999. The device is available in three color options — Mirror Black, Midnight Black, and  [Read More…]

OnePlus ‘all set’ to launch the OnePlus 6 in India, Amazon’s ‘Notify Me’ page going live today

We don’t have a launch date yet, but the OnePlus 6 listing is going up on Amazon India later today.

After weeks of rumors, leaks, and teasers, it looks like we’re finally close to the launch of the OnePlus 6. The company has sent out a media note stating that it is “all set” to launch the OnePlus 6 in India “soon,” with the phone’s listing set to go live on Amazon India later tonight (at 00:00  [Read More…]

goTenna Mesh review: Private networks for going off the grid or during outages

Stop worrying about not being able to communicate with other campers and hikers. Create your own mesh network and send and receive messages regardless of whether service is available. The goTenna Mesh works when your carrier can’t be bothered.

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Keep the party going with these AmazonBasics weatherproof string lights

We spend lots of time making the interior of our home look great, but what about the outside? These $ 31 AmazonBasics String Lights are here to save the day. These normally sell for about $ 10 more, and today’s price is as low as it’s ever been. They also have great customer reviews.

This 48-foot string of lights has 15 clear incandescent bulbs. They’re easy to connect with multiple strings, and they’re capable of handling year-round weather.  [Read More…]

In theory, this new Atari console is going to be awesome

As nostalgia runs rampant through our consumer culture in 2018, the stewards of the Atari brand have come to GDC to show off early prototypes of a new system that looks and feels a whole lot like something you’d see on Radio Shack shelves 30 years ago. It’s called the Atari VCS, and if it delivers on even some of the promises being made about its capabilities this thing could be very, very cool.

VCS stands for Video  [Read More…]

Android P first impressions: Everything’s going to be okay

This is still the Android we know and love.

“The settings are too colorful.”

“How dare they support screens with notches.”

“The time is on the LEFT??? WHAAATTTT!!!!”

If you’ve spent any amount of time reading up on Android P’s first developer preview, chances are you’ve come across comments along these lines. Some of the changes found in DP1 have left many Android users shaking with fear and anger, and while some of the design tweaks are  [Read More…]

A 5G network owned by the United States government? It’s not going to happen.

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The U.S. government considering its own 5G network is nothing new, frightening, or likely to happen.

Could the Trump White House be pondering a nationalized 5G network? Yes, it’s distinctly possible. But it’s also highly unlikely to happen and the story is being blown dramatically out of proportion.

The latest Twitterverse kerfuffle was kicked up by an Axios report alleging consideration of “an unprecedented federal takeover of a portion of the nation’s mobile  [Read More…]

Jaybird Run review: Going truly wireless the right way

They fit well enough, they sound good enough, and I don’t have a wire dragging across my neck.

You wouldn’t think a little wire connecting one earbud to another would bother you that much. And, OK, it didn’t bother me that much. But it’s also the sort of thing that you definitely notice once it’s gone.

That’s my big takeaway from a few weeks wearing the Jaybird Run wireless earbuds. Truly wireless, as in one bud goes  [Read More…]

4k 360-degree camera accessory going for $499 with the Essential Phone

The Essential Phone was somewhat of a design standout when it came to comparable smartphones but early reviews couldn’t warrant the price tag. But with the major price job it put the device back on the charts for a pretty decent purchase. The deals keep coming with the Essential Phone as you can pick up […]