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Modern Dad’s Black Friday wish list

I’ve been playing with some new toys — and these definitely are things I’d look to pick up on sale this holiday season.

I don’t often have buyer’s remorse. If I spend money on something, there’s usually a pretty good reason why. But I do feel a pang of guilt when I buy something knowing full well that it’s going to be on sale sometime soon.

Such is the case with some of my latest procurements, however. The bad  [Read More…]

Microsoft To-Do picks up ‘Planned’ smart list on Android

Keep a handle on your upcoming tasks with To-Do’s latest smart list.

Microsoft To-Do has been gradually rolling out its new “Planned” smart list feature across platforms, and Android is the latest on deck. The feature offers a quick overview of your tasks for the upcoming week, and it’s rolling out now with the latest update to To-Do for Android (via OnMSFT).

The “Planned” list sits alongside your “My Day” and “Important” tabs within the To-Do menu.  [Read More…]

Android Easter Eggs: The definitive list

For those that may have never heard the term, Easter eggs in this post will not be referring to the wasted pastel omelets you may be used to seeing in April. Rather, they are in reference to hidden UI elements that developers commonly like to stash inside their hard work. It turns out that the folks behind Android also enjoy this tradition and many can be found throughout the evolution of Google’s operating system.

The roadmap to find these “Where’s Waldo”  [Read More…]

Here’s the full list of countries where the POCO F1 will be available

The POCO F1 is coming to 50 global markets, but the U.S. and UK aren’t on the list.

It’s safe to say that the POCO F1 is one of the most talked-about phones in recent weeks. The Xiaomi sub-brand launched the phone in India earlier this month, and the $ 300 price point made it an instant hit among Indian consumers. The highlight with the POCO F1 is the hardware — featuring a Snapdragon 845 and 6GB  [Read More…]

Motorola announces its list of phones that will receive Android Pie

Do you own a Motorola device and jealous of all the new great features of Android 9 Pie your Pixel friends are enjoying? Well, the company has released a blog post sharing which phones it will update to Android Pie. Did your phone make the list of 8 devices the company says made the initial cut for the upgrade?

Here’s the list of Android Pie-ready devices:

Moto Z3 Moto Z3 Play Moto Z2 Force Edition Moto Z2 Play Moto X4  [Read More…]

Here is a list of all the Google Assistant speakers, headphones, and displays you can buy

When Google Assistant first made the leap from your phone to another device in 2016 your choice was simple. Either buy a Google Home speaker or nothing. Since then times have changed, and the product line has grown from speakers to headphones to even smart displays. There have never been more options than there are today with more always coming.

In the beginning, having just one speaker seemed like plenty but as time has gone on their uses have expanded  [Read More…]

Here’s the list of official accessories for the Galaxy Note 9

After months of leaks and rumors, Samsung finally unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 yesterday in New York City. And it’s a total beast of a phablet coming with a Snapdragon 845, up to 8GB of RAM, 512GB of storage and a 4,000 mAh battery.

And like every year, Samsung is offering an comprehensive range of official accessories to go along with the Galaxy Note 9. Given that the phablet is a very expensive device (pricing starts at a whopping $  [Read More…]

How to indent list items in Google Keep

Tabbed lists are live in Google Keep here’s how to use them.

Google Keep is part to-do app, part note-keeping app, part inspiration board, and all awesome. While there may be more powerful productivity services out there like Evernote, Google Keep is easy to use, available on just about every platform you work on — and built right into the recent Gmail redesign — and it is free. Google Keep’s lists have long been my go-to for  [Read More…]

Project Fi wish list: 3 things that would make me switch

With a few small changes, Project Fi could become unstoppable.

When Google launched Project Fi in April 2015, I signed up for the service as fast as I possibly could. I ordered the starter kit for my Nexus 6 and loved the added benefits, but ultimately went back to my previous service provider after the first month.

Project Fi gets a lot of things right. Its mobile app is wonderfully designed and easy to use, the billing  [Read More…]

Pixel Watch wish list: What we want to see from Google’s first smartwatch

A sleek design, new processor, GPS, oh my!

This October, we’re anticipating that Google will follow its footsteps of the past two years with an event to announce its latest and greatest hardware products. We’ve seen Pixel phones, Home speakers, wireless earbuds and more, and this time around, we’re expecting the company to finally dive into the world of smartwatches.

A rumor popped up in early May suggesting that Google will announce a Pixel Watch alongside the  [Read More…]