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Speed meets speed as OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren edition heads to T-Mobile

This will be the second 5G phone offered from T-Mobile along with the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

What you need to know T-Mobile will be the only place you can get the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren in the U.S. This phone will be utilizing T-Mobile’s 5G network running on the 600mHz spectrum. Cost and availability of the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren on T-Mobile aren’t known yet, but you can pre-register starting October 23.

5G is  [Read More…]

Sons of Anarchy meets The Walking Dead in Days Gone for PlayStation 4

Zombies, biker gangs, and environmental warfare.

Back in 2016, Sony’s E3 press conference ended with a teaser for what we now know is Days Gone. It’s a post-apocalyptic survival game that features zombie-like hordes known as Freakers. They’re massive in numbers and they’re especially menacing in the cold.

But what happened? Why did they turn? What does the future hold for civilization? Those are questions we’ll get answers to in due time, but for now, let’s focus  [Read More…]

Vivo V11 preview: In-display fingerprint sensor meets the ‘waterdrop’ notch

Vivo’s latest phone comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a less frustrating notch experience.

Vivo was the first to roll out a phone with an in-display fingerprint, and the Chinese manufacturer is now bringing the feature to its mid-range V series. The V11 is now official in Thailand and India, and will be heading to other Asian markets shortly. The phone offers considerable upgrades over the V9, which made its debut just six few months ago.  [Read More…]

New tech meets old toy with the $10 View-Master Virtual Reality Starter Pack

Kid-friendly VR at an amazing price.

The View-Master Virtual Reality Pack just dropped to $ 9.99 on Amazon. Its average price lies around $ 19, and this is just a dollar above its lowest price ever which it saw in late 2016.

View-Masters used to be one of the coolest toys when I was a kid. You could buy slides featuring various scenes from movies and shows, slip them into the toy and view the scene in a larger  [Read More…]

Morning brief: Fiery Note 7, Gmail gets more responsive, and Bohemian Rhapsody meets VR!

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, no escape from virtual reality.

Why hello there digital natives (blame Huawei for that one), welcome to another news brief from Android Central! Today, we’ve got the latest episode in the continuing saga of the Note 7 recall, with the phone being blamed for setting a car on fire in Florida. Google has announced that it will make emails look less crappy, and  [Read More…]

Huawei MediaPad M3 review: Excellent hardware meets frustrating software

Huawei brings its top specs to a new, smaller MediaPad — and the result is basically an 8.4-inch phone.

Android tablets are in a weird place right now, with slow sales and relatively few compelling devices on the market. Huawei is one of the rising brands in Android phones right now, particularly in Europe, and thus the company has cash to plow into making high-end tablets where others might shy away.

The Huawei MediaPad M3 is  [Read More…]

Kinect meets Android, a new input method is born

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Imagine a small projector attached to your Android device, and you can use your hand and touch the projected image to navigate the UI through a Kinect attached to a PC.  There’s no need to just imagine it any longer, as the Android Kinect Projector Interface project is doing it now.  The developers have built a system where a projector is attached to a Galaxy Nexus, and a Kinect attached to  [Read More…]

Key meets Kevlar on Droid RAZR

Droid RAZR Kevlar

Kevlar, as law enforcement and military personnnel have known for quite some time, is a hell of a thing, stopping bullets and saving lives. So what’s it doing on the back of a smartphone? In the case of the Motorola Droid RAZR, it’s serving as a pretty cool spec, and it looks darn good, too.

No, we’re not going to shoot the RAZR. Pretty sure it’ll lose that battle. And while  [Read More…]