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    NVIDIA not updating SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Tablet K1 to Android Oreo

    Android 8.0 Oreo is the next big version of Google’s mobile operating system, but if you have a NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet or SHIELD Tablet K1, you won’t be getting that update.

    Manuel Guzman, who works for NVIDIA in the software QA department, responded to a question regarding the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 and ... Read More »

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    Google Express partners with Target; adds shopping via Assistant

    Google Express was created to connect shoppers with their favorite stores, acting as a hub where users can order products and have them delivered quickly, ranging from same-day delivery to slightly longer offerings. Today, Google Express is getting a big boost in its product selection with the addition of Target as ... Read More »

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    Amazon Echo can now differentiate between users’ voices

    While Amazon Alexa came first, Google has been adding features to Assistant at a rapid pace. Google Assistant has long been able to differentiate between different people’s voices on the Google Home. This means that your whole family can use the Home with their own suggestions, accounts, ... Read More »

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    Nokia states that it is not launching the Nokia 8 in the US

    Nokia’s lineup is pretty solid, and with the use of stock Android, it has gotten Android enthusiasts excited. The cheaper models are great and all, but the current Nokia 8 flagship has been a big uncertainty for US customers.

    Unfortunately, the device is not coming to the US. An HMD rep ... Read More »

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    Samsung announces pricing for Gear IconX 2018 and Gear Sport

    Back in August, Samsung officially announced the Gear Sport smartwatch and a pair of brand new Gear IconX truly wireless headphones. At the time, though, the company wasn’t prepared to announce anything about pricing.

    That finally changed today. Samsung has officially announced the pricing for both products and also their launch dates. Both the Gear ... Read More »

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    Top 10 New Android Games This Week: Smash Up, Flying Slime

    Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any ... Read More »

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    You can try Google Pixel 2 at a Verizon store today

    The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were announced at the beginning of the month and will launch next week. If you’ve been on the fence on whether or not to buy one, you can head into a Verizon Wireless retail store today and try one out.

    Scott Charlston, who does PR for ... Read More »

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    Essential Phone now available in Pure White

    The Essential Phone launched not too long ago, but it did so with only one color option: Black Moon. For anyone who has been waiting to get their hands on the white variant, the wait is over.

    Today, the official Essential Twitter account let the world know that the Pure ... Read More »

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    Google to disable Home Mini top touch functionality after 24/7 recording issue

    Following news that some pre-release Google Home Minis were recording their owners 24/7, Google has announced that it’s taking a big step to prevent that from happening again.

    Google says that it will permanently disable all top touch functionality on the ... Read More »

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    OnePlus collecting significant amounts of identifiable data

    All smartphones collect analytics data. This data is important for the manufacturer to improve both software and hardware. However, this data is usually anonymous and hopefully limited in scope.

    However, OnePlus was found to be collecting large amounts of data from the OnePlus 2 by Christopher Moore. By checking the network traffic, ... Read More »

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