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Google Home review: After nearly two years, is it still worth it?

Google Home is the original Google Assistant enabled smart speaker. When it launched competition didn’t exist. If you wanted an Assistant enabled speaker, it was your only choice. Since then, there have been several Assistant smart speakers released. Your choices are no longer as limited as they once were. Now the question is, how does Google Home compare when it is no longer your only choice?

Design

The Google Home has a neutral design that blends seamlessly into most rooms.  [Read More…]

Add Bluetooth to nearly any car with this $8 AmazonBasics kit

Go hands-free with this discounted Bluetooth kit.

The AmazonBasics Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit is on sale for only $ 7.69 right now which is an insane deal. It sometimes sells for as much as $ 30. This item is an add-on at Amazon meaning it will only ship in orders totaling $ 25 or more.

You don’t need to replace your head unit or trade in your current car, all you need is this hands-free Bluetooth kit  [Read More…]

Here’s another chance to save 15% on nearly anything at eBay

This discount only lasts a few hours.

Following up on its discount from last week, eBay is back with another one-day coupon code that helps you save 15% on nearly anything from its site. Using coupon code PREPSPRING during checkout will save you 15% on any purchase of $ 25 or more, with a maximum savings of $ 50.

Some of the best deals we’ve found with this coupon include:

Nintendo Switch console for $ 255 PlayStation  [Read More…]

Doodle Jump is still hopping nearly a decade on [Retro Review]

Revisiting one of the most iconic mobile games ever released.

Mobile gaming has come a long way since 2010 — thanks to the crazy processing power of modern smartphones, we’ve reached the point where you can play console-quality games on the go. And yet, there’s still something to be said for those games that offer a simple distraction in small doses.

Take Doodle Jump, a game that I was reminded of after seeing the arcade version at  [Read More…]

OnePlus has nearly solved Android’s navigation future

OnePlus has a new feature that improves navigation on Android phones by copying the iPhone X.

OnePlus is in a weird place right now. It’s dealing with accusations of privacy violations, and has just made public an enormous credit card breach that affected at least 40,000 paying customers. There have been public calls to stop buying their phones.

But the company continues to operate, releasing new colors of its flagship OnePlus 5T and working towards  [Read More…]

This $22 repair kit comes with 77 tools to help you fix nearly any gadget

Stop living with that cracked phone screen.

We have all been there before, and no one likes it. Your gadget exits its warranty time, and then something starts happening. You can replace it, which is costly, or try to fix it yourself, which you may not have the tools to do.

This Ohuhu 77-piece professional repair kit will give you just about every tool you’ll need to complete nearly any repair, and right now you can pick  [Read More…]

Logitech launches its first updated trackball mouse in nearly a decade

Do you prefer the trackball style mouse? Logitech finally updates its trackball design.

If you’ve become accustomed to trackball scrolling with your mouse, you’ll be happy to learn that Logitech has just launched its first new design for a trackball mouse in almost a decade. It’s called the MX Ergo and its design comes directly from Logitech fans that have figured out ways to make their own trackball mouse more comfortable.

What makes the MX Ergo stand  [Read More…]

You can now use Samsung’s browser on nearly every Android phone, but should you?

Browser includes features such as extensions and night mode.

Samsung’s Internet application may seem superfluous when a smartphone or tablet already has Google Chrome, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve. The most well-known feature is extension support, so users can download a separate content blocker to filter out malicious advertisements. There are also some handy features including a night mode that darkens a web page’s interface, and battery life is reportedly better than Chrome,  [Read More…]

Nougat usage nearly in double digits in latest Android platform distribution report

Google’s latest Android platform distribution numbers are in, and they’re just about what you’d expect.

The June 2017 Android distribution stats reveal which versions of Android were used to access the Play Store during the seven-day period ending on June 5. During this time, Android Nougat (7.0 and 7.1) was present on 9.5 percent of devices, which is up from the 7.1 percent of devices that it was on last month.

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