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How to turn an old Android phone into a security camera

A little tinkering goes a long way.

Buying a new Android phone is an exciting thing. Especially if you’re coming from a phone that’s two (or more) years old, there are tons of new features to check out, increased performance to relish, and likely a new version of Android to familiarize yourself with.

That’s all fine and dandy, but what are you supposed to do with your now-former handset? You could sell it or trade it in  [Read More…]

24/7 customer support is built into your Pixel phone — here’s how to use it

Google’s Pixel phones have something for everyone. They take phenomenal pictures, Google’s policy for software updates is unmatched, and so on. We commend Google’s clean Android interface for being easy to use, but there may come a time when you just get stuck. Thankfully, Google makes it incredibly easy to get in touch with its customer support team.

Products used in this guide Free customer support: Google Pixel 3a ($ 363 at Amazon) How to contact Google about  [Read More…]

Nemesis can break into safe rooms in Resident Evil 3 remake

You’re not necessarily safe in the safe rooms anymore.

What you need to know A new story in OXM has revealed some scary new details for Resident Evil 3 remake. Apparently, Nemesis can now break into safe rooms sometime. Resident Evil 3 remake is scheduled to release on April 3. You can preorder Resident Evil 3 remake on PlayStation 4 for $ 60 from Amazon.

The Resident Evil 3 remake is almost here and the scary news  [Read More…]

Imint’s new Vidhance algorithms can turn phones into action cameras

The Swedish company’s Vidhance solutions are used by OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo.

What you need to know Imint has announced next-gen video enhancement solutions for multi-camera smartphones. The Swedish company is working on bringing action-camera performance to phones with the new Vidhance MCT and Vidhance Super Stabilization technologies. Its Vidhance Selfie Mode uses AI and facial recognition to keep users in the video frame even when they’re moving.

Swedish video technology company Imint today announced its  [Read More…]

TCL slides into the foldables game with a transforming tablet phone

This phone slides to become a tablet and looks a lot more like a normal phone.

What you need to know A leaked TCL concept device utilizes a sliding mechanism to transform the screen from a phone to a tablet-sized device. TCL was reportedly going to debut this at MWC 2020. This TCL slider concept seems to be a flagship phone, while other TCL folding models are more budget-friendly.

Remember when Android smartphones had a keyboard that  [Read More…]

Dive into the Nioh 2 Last Chance Trial on February 28

Enter the realm of the Yokai and carry over your character into the full game with this one last demo.

What you need to know There’s one last demo coming for Nioh 2, in the form of the Last Chance Trial. Players will be able to carry over their character (but not their progress) into the full game. Nioh 2 is set to release on March 13, 2020. You can preorder Nioh 2 for PlayStation 4 on  [Read More…]

Battlefield V Chapter 6: Into the Jungle will premiere on January 28

You’ll get a look at the next chapter of Battlefield V very soon.

What you need to know Battlefield V was first released on November 20, 2018. Since then, DICE has released several new updates, content additions and balance patches to adjust the game. Battlefield V Chapter 6: Into the Jungle is being revealed tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. EST. You can grab Battlefield V on PlayStation 4 for $ 21 from Amazon.

Battlefield V is still getting  [Read More…]

Stop hoarding data you’ll never use, slip into freedom with US Mobile

Sometimes simple is better. Take your wireless carrier, for example.

Have you ever looked at your phone bill? I mean really, really took a good, hard look at it?

How much data are you using? Do you actually talk to people on the phone? If you wanted, could you change your plan on the fly? Truth is, almost everyone has most likely been with their current carrier for years and never paid attention to how much (or how  [Read More…]

Xiaomi spins POCO off into a standalone brand

The brand is expected to launch a successor to the incredibly popular POCO F1 later this year.

What you need to know Xiaomi has announced that its POCO sub-brand will now be an independent brand. The brand started off in 2018 with the launch of the POCO F1, which still remains hugely popular. POCO is expected to launch its second smartphone sometime later this year.

Xiaomi is spinning off its POCO sub-brand as an independent brand. Announcing  [Read More…]

The Wi-Fi Alliance is expanding into the 6 GHz spectrum with Wi-Fi 6E

It’ll allow for more users and more Wi-Fi networks in the same place.

What you need to know Regulators around the world may be opening up the 6GHz band to use by Wi-Fi devices. As a result, the Wi-Fi Alliance is introducing the Wi-Fi 6E branding for devices capable of operating in this spectrum. The change will allow for 14 additional 80 MHz channels and 7 additional 160 MHz channels, according to the Alliance.

If better, faster,  [Read More…]