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Google Pixel 3 XL just leaked in an unboxing video

Google Pixel 3 XL just leaked in an unboxing video

This morning it would appear that one Russian citizen received a Google Pixel 3 XL in the mail. Why they received this Google Pixel 3 XL in the mail, we cannot be entirely sure. But by the looks of it, he does most certainly seem to have a Google Pixel 3 XL in the box, has taken this device out of the box, and is currently in possession of both the phone and the box - and its other contents, too.

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Anki Vector: The new Rosie

Anki Vector: The new Rosie

There's a new robot in town, and it's basically Rosie from The Jetsons made real. This is the second-generation friendly two-tread rolling robot called Vector, from Anki. That's the same company best known for their super-sweet racing remote control car toys and their first-generation robot, the always entertaining Cozmo. This new robot called Vector looks a whole lot like Cozmo, but it's got a new set of inside parts that take it out a WHOLE new door.

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Gmail Android, iOS apps can now disable conversation view

Gmail Android, iOS apps can now disable conversation view

Gmail has changed the face of email for better or worse. It has offered a free service that is putting even paid premium services out of business. It has pushed for a minimalist interface that made Yahoo! Mail look and feel like the Titanic. But perhaps one of its most controversial “innovations” is one that is both hated and loved: the conversation view. Google has conceded back in 2010 that not everyone is a fan but it only offered a toggle for Gmail on the web. Mobile users won’t feel so left out anymore now that they too will have that power.

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Fortnite on Android APK download out now but there’s a catch

Fortnite on Android APK download out now but there’s a catch

Users can download a leaked version of the Android Fortnite app already, but there's a bit of a catch. The app that's out in the wild right now doesn't work on any device that's currently available for sale. Down in the deep recesses of the app's soul you'll find code which suggests only two devices are currently able to play it: the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 - that new tablet we saw first detailed last week.

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Pixel 3 gesture navigation might be the only option

Pixel 3 gesture navigation might be the only option

If you absolutely hate bezels, you might have to give the next Google Pixel a pass. And if you are unconvinced of the usability of swiping gestures over Android’s tried and true navigation buttons, you might have yet another reason to avoid it. Although not confirmed, Google is expected to feature Android Pie’s new gesture-based navigation in the upcoming Pixel 3 phones. And, in the worst case scenario, that might actually be the only option users will have.

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T-Mobile’s LG Q7+ released at last: Here’s what’s inside

T-Mobile’s LG Q7+ released at last: Here’s what’s inside

The LG Q7+ was released to T-Mobile USA today as a supposed "mid-range" smartphone with a few top-tier features. As I'm seeing it, though, it looks like a lower-end of high-end device disguised as a much lesser smartphone. Let's take a peek at what this silent-launch smartphone has to offer.

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10 ways Android 9 Pie is a game-changer

10 ways Android 9 Pie is a game-changer

Android 9 Pie was released today by Google for all Android devices - with Pixel smartphones at the head of the line. Today we're exploring the software update with a list of 10 ways that it'll change the game. Each list item is part of a new vision for smartphones, one where Android is smarter and the end user is more secure. This vision includes new rules for developers, a more diverse set of controls for end users, and a few new tiny-but-fun features for everyone.

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Android 9 Pie’s Digital Wellbeing beta is open to Pixel now

Android 9 Pie’s Digital Wellbeing beta is open to Pixel now

Android 9 Pie isn't the only launch from Google today: it's also opening up its beta preview of Digital Wellbeing for Pixel users. Intended to help identify how you use your smartphone, and potentially flag up any addiction issues that might affect the device overall or specific apps, it's part of an industry-wide push to make gadget use more healthy.

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Android 9 Pie: Download now!

Android 9 Pie: Download now!

Android 9 Pie was released this morning to the masses by Google for Pixel Phones first and foremost. Other devices were given the chance to download Android Pie over the course of the next few weeks - or they will be, if all goes according to plan. One of the other devices that'll get Android 9 Pie rather quickly (again, if all goes as planned), is the OnePlus 6. Let's take a peek at how the average user can get access to Pie.

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Fortnite for Android won’t be exclusive to Galaxy Note 9

Fortnite for Android won’t be exclusive to Galaxy Note 9

The exclusive release of the mega-hit game Fortnite won't be exclusive to the Galaxy Note 9, it seems. Instead, at first at least, the game will also be available to a single Android tablet. That tablet is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, a device that's set to hit stores at right around the same time as the Galaxy Note 9.

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Fossil Q Gen 4 smartwatches tease onboard GPS, NFC, swimproofing

Fossil Q Gen 4 smartwatches tease onboard GPS, NFC, swimproofing

Watchmakers at Fossil have a fourth-generation Fossil Q to show this week with a more "tech-packed" touchscreen-laden body than they've ever released before. This watch was revealed in two forms: Fossil Q Explorist HR and Fossil Q Venture HR. The Explorist is a bit bigger, while the Venture is a bit smaller, and both roll with Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processors and Wear OS by Google.

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Galaxy Note 9 release date and prices tease S9 buyers

Galaxy Note 9 release date and prices tease S9 buyers

This week the folks at Samsung responsible for promoting the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 have a task ahead of them. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 event is set to take place on the 9th of August. Thereafter it's expected that the Galaxy Note 9 will be put on pre-release within the several days following the reveal, then the device will be available to the public likely by or on the 24th of August.

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