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Google accidentally leaked the Android 11 beta to some Pixel owners

Well, that’s not good.

What you need to know On June 1, Google began rolling out the latest monthly security patch for Pixel devices. Instead of a boring patch, some users were given the Android 11 beta ahead of schedule. The build number for the OTA beta update is RPB1.200504.018.

A new month is a signal for a new monthly security patch for Pixel devices, and the latest June update has proven to be more exciting than  [Read More…]

Get some great sound and save $20 with the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro earbuds

Best Buy has a whole new set of deals of the day, and the Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro true wireless earbuds are part of the savings. Get a pair for $ 129.99, which is down from the usual price of $ 150 and a match for one of the lowest we’ve seen this year. The last time we saw them go any lower than this was back in February when they dropped to $ 120. You can also find  [Read More…]

Google is planning to reopen some of its offices starting July 6

Most Googlers can continue to work from home through the end of the year.

What you need to know Google plans to open its offices in several cities starting July 6. By September, Google hopes to increase occupancy at its offices from 10 percent to 30 percent. It has also announced a $ 1,000 stipend for employees to buy equipment and furniture for working from home.

In early March, Google instructed its workforce across the globe to  [Read More…]

Add some of Disney’s best animated films to your digital library at 50% off

With Disney parks and theaters around the world closed for the moment, now’s the perfect time to start growing your digital movie library. Right now, some of Disney’s best animated movies are 50% off at digital retailers like iTunes and Vudu so you can add to your collection at a discount. Iconic films like Aladdin and Cinderella regularly sell for up to $ 19.99, though right now they’re on sale along with several other Disney greats for just $ 9.99  [Read More…]

Reddit is down in some parts of North America and Western Europe

Reports of outages started this afternoon.

What you need to know Reddit is down for some users in North America and Europe. Outages started this afternoon, around 1 PM Eastern. Users may experience problems loading the site or app.

Having problems with Reddit? You’re not alone. Reports of an outage spiked on DownDetector earlier today. As per the site, users have been experiencing issues roughly around 1PM Eastern Time in Western Europe and North America.

It’s not  [Read More…]

Udemy’s flash sale brings some of its best courses down to $10 each

The internet truly is a marvelous place. You used to have to go to school or the library to learn new subjects. Now, the internet places a world of information at your fingertips. You just need to know the right place to look.

Udemy is a fantastic first step as it’s home to thousands of courses from certified instructors spanning a range of subjects, from photography and design to personal development, health & fitness, business, and more. You can learn  [Read More…]

Create custom DND rules on your Android phone for some peace and quiet

It’s really simple to do.

Phone notifications can be really distracting when you’re in a work meeting or trying to pay attention and take notes in a lecture hall. Not only that, but the flickering light of a notification in the night can disturb your sleep.

When you know there are times that you absolutely don’t need your phone buzzing and blinking with notifications, Android gives you the ability to set custom rules for when to automatically  [Read More…]

Amex offers $200 credit to some Business Platinum cardholders

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American Express, Chase, and Citi have all announced card benefit updates with additional perks and bonuses on dozens of card products. These announcements last week came in response to  [Read More…]

These are some fancy new bands for your Garmin Venu

Garmin is one of the most well-known names in the wearable world and rightfully so. The Venu is one of its latest releases and it’s quite a beauty. It’s compatible with 20mm quick release bands, so you’ll have an abundance of options when it comes to finding the right one for your needs. We’ve rounded some of the best picks to help you narrow it down.

For fitness enthusiasts BIGTANG Soft Silicone Fitness Band

Staff Pick

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Here are some easy ways to simplify those inevitable tech support calls

Did you try turning it off then turning it back on again?

I suspect that if you’re reading this article and you’re an Android Central regular that you’re pretty tech-savvy. You’ve probably also been called on more times than you can count to help solve some sort of (real or imagined) tech crisis for friends and family. For many like us, this deluge of calls and texts is usually centered around the holidays, but now that we’re  [Read More…]