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2 weeks ago

Amazon Prime UK price drops to £59 this week

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Grand Tour tie-in gives new subscribers a £20 discount on a year of Prime.

In the run-up to the first episode of Top Gear spiritual successor The Grand Tour hitting Amazon Prime Video, the company is sweetening the deal for viewers in the UK. New British Amazon Prime subscribers to sign up this week can get a year's membership for £59, a £20 saving on the regular price.

As well as getting to see the latest antics from Clarkson, Hammond and May, Prime subscribers also get a discount if they sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited, which officially launched in the UK yesterday. That's in addition to Prime Video, Twitch Prime and speedy delivery on other stuff ordered from the retail giant.

The deadline for sign-up is midnight this Friday, November 18, after which Prime reverts back to the regular £79 annual price. The discount also doesn't apply if you take a 30-day free Prime trial.

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2 weeks ago

This crazy bundle scores you a 55-inch 4K TV and PlayStation 4 Pro for $999

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Right now you can grab this killer PlayStation 4 Pro deal that bundles it with a Sony 55-inch 4K TV at Amazon for just $999. Bundling everything together saves you just shy of $300, which means that you have some extra cash around to pick up a few games or other accessories to get you started with your new system. The TV set also has Android TV built into it, so you'll be able to stream your favorite media and more without having to go out and purchase other accessories for it.

If you've been looking to upgrade your TV and want the new PlayStation 4, this is a bundle you won't want to miss out on. Odds are that this won't last long, so if you are interested be sure to act quickly!

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2 weeks ago

Android is finally on Instagram

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It looks like #TeamAndroid is keeping it real #nofilter style

Instagram has been on Android for a while, but now Android is on Instagram.

The folks from Mountain View have set up a new Instagram account and promise "#AndroidAdventures & more." They have posted several static images and animations that form a colorful grid, but so far no adventures of any kind.

 #Android

A photo posted by Android (@android) on Nov 14, 2016 at 4:10am PST

We're looking forward to whatever adventures they may have planned.

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2 weeks ago

Rogers makes waiting for the cable guy less terrible with new tool

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It's no secret that waiting for the cable guy is one of the biggest annoyances in the world, next to stubbing your toe or getting pineapple on your pizza (seriously, what's up with pineapple?), but Rogers wants to change that — the first annoyance at least — with its new EnRoute tool.

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2 weeks ago

The closest your Nexus camera will get to Pixel performance is being publicly tested

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Maybe you can keep that Nexus just a little longer now.

Google's Pixel cameras are outstanding, and a lot of it has to do with some downright clever software in the new camera app. That zero shutter lag experience is one of those things you don't know you care about until you see someone else with it, and when you combine that with the overall quality of the images you get from a Pixel it's easy to feel the urge to click the purchase button.

If the camera on your Nexus 6P or Nexus 5X has been feeling slower than usual after seeing some of the things Pixels are capable of, you're probably going to want to install Camera NX V4.

Charles Chow has been working hard to make the Nexus cameras feel a little lighter, and after poking around at the camera software Google has been using in the Pixel phones he has cobbled together a solution for anyone with a 5X or 6P to sideload for themselves. Camera NX V4 implements the Pixel tools for zero shutter lag and that background processing for HDR shots, making the Nexus cameras feel a whole lot faster. You aren't going to get an exact compare with a Pixel, especially since some of what is happening to make that camera so fast is hardware, but it's much faster than what you've got right now.

Keep in mind this is not an official app from the Play Store, and has its own bugs you'll find while trying to take pictures. This is mostly for folks who want to tinker and see how much better this camera really is, but there's a good chance no matter who you are you'll be impressed with the results. If you want to install the app, head over to Chow's site and scroll all the way to the bottom. Read to find the right link for you, and be sure to drop into our Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P forum to share your experiences!

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2 weeks ago

Save 50% on select Ringke Fusion cases for the Google Pixel!

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Looking to pick up a new case for your Google Pixel but don't want to spend a ton? Right now Ringke is offering 50% off its bumper clear case in a variety of colors. The quantities here are limited for this deal, so if you are interested you'll want to act quickly to pick up one of these slim cases. While the case itself is clear, you can get it with an accent color, as noted below. If you want to prevent scratches and dings from gunking up the back and sides of your phone, you'll want to get one of these.

For the coupons to work you will need to select the option to have it fulfilled by merchant (Ringke in this case) and not fulfilled by Amazon. You may need to click on see more sellers in order to view the other option, so if the coupon doesn't work at first make sure that you are purchasing it from the correct place.

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These codes won't last long, so if you are interested be sure to get your order in sooner than later! Which color did you end up grabbing? Let us know in the comments!

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2 weeks ago

Samsung Pay now offers its own rewards program in the U.S.

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Double dip with your rewards program by using a credit card in Samsung Pay.

A year after launch, Samsung is looking for even more ways to keep customers regularly using Samsung Pay — today's announcement of its own bespoke Samsung Rewards program does just that. It's simple, really: just use Samsung Pay starting this week (in the U.S. only for now) and you'll start racking up rewards points that you can later spend on tons of items.

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2 weeks ago

Using the smaller Pixel with Google Daydream is a big compromise

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It's a good idea to buy a Pixel XL over a smaller Pixel if you want to take advantage of Google Daydream.

It's not looking good for Pixel owners who want to use Google's new Daydream View VR headset. The phone's 1080p resolution AMOLED display is good enough for daily use when held at a nominal distance from one's face, but strapped into a VR headset, the individual pixels are not only visible but distracting, and our advice is to avoid using the smaller Pixel for mobile VR.

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2 weeks ago

Verizon builds on IoT division, acquires 'smart city' tech firm

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Verizon is hoping to make our city street corners smarter in the not-too-distant future.

Verizon made a move to expand it's IoT business today, announcing the acquisition of LQD WiFi LLC., a private company based in New York that designed and developed publicly-accessible smart hubs. Branded as Palo, they are street-level kiosk-style structures that offers a range of services such as local community information, wayfinding, public safety announcements, and transit updates via 46-inch touchscreens, as well as providing free public wi-fi, security cameras, and emergency calling. The full terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

LQD Founder and CEO Randy Ramusack explained the value their Palo kiosks are designed to add to communities:

"We designed Palo, from day one, to be part of the community, offering Wi-Fi, public safety features and a unique, interactive community engagement platform. Palo's human-scale touch screen lets users explore and connect with the local community creating multiple ways to engage, through an innovative, purposeful and curated experience."

This latest acquisition represents another huge step towards Verizon's goal of expanding its IoT business into the realm of developing "smart cities". Mike Lanman, senior vice president, Enterprise Products and Internet of Things at Verizon, touched on the value LQD's technology will add to Verizon's portfolio in the release:

"LQD's Palo technology hubs capture Verizon's vision of delivering citizen engagement experiences by connecting people with their communities while providing critical security, transportation and wayfinding solutions as well as Wi-Fi capabilities. This transaction uniquely positions us to utilize our unmatched infrastructure, platforms and network at scale to deploy elegant and engaging community technology hubs that connect, inform, inspire and support people where they live, work and play."

It might be some time before you see these Palo kiosks popping up in your town — unless you happen to live in the city of New Rochelle, New York, where LQD has a contract in place to run a pilot program to test their technology.

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2 weeks ago

Games are having performance problems in PlayStation 4 Pro

Your PlayStation 4 Pro isn't operating at 100% yet.

It looks like Sony's latest console isn't exactly living up to its name yet. The PlayStation 4 Pro is supposed to be all about delivering the best possible gaming experience for those who have upgraded to a 4K television, as well as deliver a better PlayStation VR experience. If you go check out a PlayStation 4 Pro demo, you'll be shown some great examples of how this console can perform under ideal situations, but now that people have them in homes and are actually playing the "enhanced" games, it looks like Sony missed their mark on a few titles.

In some cases, performance actually dips below what the original PlayStation 4 and the new slim PlayStation 4 are capable of. Here's what you need to know!

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2 weeks ago

Samsung's Black Friday deals start Nov 20: Gear S3, SD cards and more on sale

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Samsung's Black Friday deals are (almost) here.

Black Friday just starts earlier and earlier every year, and as is now the norm Samsung is pre-announcing its deals before the sale even starts. Over at its Black Friday deals page, you'll find an incredible number of deals across mobile, home entertainment, appliances, accessories and more.

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2 weeks ago

This $15 accessory will transform the look of your Amazon Dot

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Accessorize your Echo Dot to fit the decor of every room in your house!

The Amazon Echo Dot allows you to access the power of Amazon's voice-controlled A.I. assistant Alexa from wherever you are in the room, with all that tech crammed into a package about the size of a hockey puck. And if you end up opting for the black color option, it'll really look like there's a hockey puck sitting on your end table. Or your kitchen counter. Or wherever you end up placing them around your house.

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2 weeks ago

Best free apps for Google Daydream

It's time to take phone based VR experiences to the next level with Google Daydream.

Google Daydream has arrived, bringing a slew of terrific apps with it. There are a fair few to pick from and try out, but you may already recognize a few from PlayStation VR and Gear VR.

If you don't have the time to try all of them out, don't worry! We've collected the best free apps on Google Daydream for you.

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2 weeks ago

ZTE Axon 7 Mini review: Smaller, but not as quick

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A shiny little smartphone package that's almost a better deal than its sibling.

Remember small phones? The kind that easily fit into your pocket, a small clutch purse, or even your car's cup holder? Compact devices are making a comeback and ZTE is one of those companies that's latching on to the trend.

The Axon 7 Mini is indeed a shrunken-down version of its larger, 5.5-inch counterpart, the Axon 7 — and that's precisely what makes it such a good deal. You're getting the same svelte, aluminum unibody hardware, in addition to stereo speakers, solid mid-range specifications, and a camera that's pretty decent in favorable lighting conditions for $100 less than its older sibling. But the Axon 7 Mini would have been a better deal if its software didn't require so much editing.

The bottom line

The ZTE Axon 7 Mini is a capable, compact little package that's a worthy consideration at its $300 starting price point. But be forewarned that its software could become a force to reckon with over time.

The Good

  • Solid, stylish build
  • Packs more into its pricepoint than other manufactuters
  • It's a small phone!

The Bad

  • Software is packed with gimmicks galore
  • Camera struggles in low light environments
  • Not all apps will play nice with its mid-range processor
Width Height Thickness 5.81
147.5 mm
2.80 in
71mm
0.31 in
7.8mm
  • Display:
    • 5.2-inch Full HD
    • AMOLED Display
    • 1080x1920 resolution (423ppi)
  • Camera:
    • 16MP, ƒ/1.9 lens, PDAF
    • 8MP front camera, ƒ/2.2 lens, 1080p
  • Battery:
    • 2705 mAh capacity
    • Quick Charge 2.0
  • Chips:
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor
    • Octa-core 1.5GHz
    • 3GB RAM
    • 32GB internal storage
    • microSD slot with adoptable storage

About this review

I (Florence Ion) am reviewing the ZTE Axon 7 Mini after spending a week with it on AT&T's network in the San Francisco Bay Area. The phone is running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow under ZTE's MiFavor UI 4.0. It did not receive software updates during my testing period.

ZTE Axon 7 Mini Hardware

One of the biggest complaints I hear is that smartphones these days are "just too big." That's all gradually changing, however, as more manufacturers concede to the fact that consumers like to have a choice. In this case, you can choose between ZTE's larger, supercharged Axon 7 smartphone, or the similarly-styled, mid-range Axon 7 Mini that's a bit more pocketable.

The Axon 7 Mini's aluminum gold chassis is hot. It's striking. And the Mini's futurustic style makes you feel like you're carrying a device worth more than its price tag. The Mini's patterned and perforated speaker grilles also give it a cool edge and you'll notice that each speaker feels velvety to the touch. It's a nice contrast against the device's smooth back plate. And if you're just not that keen on gold, the Axon 7 Mini comes in silver, too.

One bummer of wielding a smaller device is that you're oftentimes compromising on the display size, but not so with the Axon 7 Mini. ZTE clearly whittled down as much as it could of the chassis around the Mini's 5.2-inch 1080p AMOLED display. There's almost no bezel on either side.

Using this phone gave me nostalgia for the smaller phones I used to wield simply because the Axon 7 Mini is easier to accommodate. I don't usually have this much luck with the Pixel XL, for instance; I have to choose a bag very carefully to accommodate its extra bulk, and I'm usually doing finger acrobatics to hold on to it, my car keys, and my wallet at the same time. By contrast, the Axon 7 Mini can be operated one-handed, and you won't feel like you're reaching across a scorching desert as you're extending an index finger along the back of the phone towards the rear-facing fingerprint sensor.

The Axon 7 Mini can be operated one-handed, and you won't feel like you're reaching across a scorching desert to access its fingerprint sensor.

The Axon 7 Mini makes me a little nervous with its protruding optics. I don't mind the center placement of the lens, but having it stick out so much that even the clear plastic case included in its box doesn't shield it makes it seem as if this were an overlooked design decision. I like the lens to be flat on the backside so that when you put on a case, there's a bit of buffer between the ground and the camera.

Casual games like Lumines run fine on the device's mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor and 3GB of RAM. But expect to encounter the occasional slow down. I experienced a few of my own with apps like Snapchat and Hulu. There were also a few instances where apps like PCMark crashed seemingly for no apparent reason. I'll be curious to see what ZTE's MiFavor UI 4.0 runs like six months from now, which is typically when systems start to exhibit slowdown. For now, expect relatively speedy performance as long as you're limiting your usage to two tasks at a time.

I'll be curious to see what ZTE's MiFavor UI 4.0 runs like six months from now.

Lastly, everyone's favorite topic: Battery life. I kept the Axon 7 Mini for about three days on standby and it reminded me of one of those demon-possessed porcelain dolls — it just wouldn't die! The Mini told a different story under duress, however. I left it on overnight for a PCMark battery rundown benchmark and its 2705 mAh battery lasted just under five hours with the screen set to 200 nits. It's the best battery performance we've seen in a while from a phone this price. ZTE also includes a QuickCharge 2.0 charger in the box. In my testing, it managed to replenish close to 40 percent in about 45 minutes. It's not as fast as what some flagships offer with QuickCharge 3.0, but ZTE had to cut costs somewhere.

ZTE Axon 7 Mini Software

ZTE's interpretation of Android is the second-least offensive of the Chinese OEMs. MiFavor UI 4.0 retains the app drawer and sports Marshmallow's icon style, but it's not nearly the same experience as using a phone built by a Google. Its extra features are polarizing, too. For instance, while I appreciate the ability to review a screenshot before saving it, I absolutely abhor the little arrow that lives the navigation bar — this exists solely so that you can hide it if the app you're using won't hide it for you, but it was more of a nuisance than a helping hand.

There's also the Mi-Pop virtual navigation keys, which act like a chat head and don't disappear when you're playing a game. They're exhausting to learn to use and frankly not needed considering the Axon 7 Mini's compact screen size.

app drawerHome screen.Notification shade.Silly voice commands.

MiFavor UI is not a bad rendition of Android, but I wish ZTE would have taken a hint from the OnePlus method.

And then there are the experimental features, like the app that lets you control the Axon 7 Mini with just your voice. It's not the best feature addition, considering it barely works half the time, and you're better off just using Google Now.

MiFavor UI is not a bad rendition of Android. But I wish that ZTE would have taken a hint from the OnePlus method. At the very least, MiFavor UI is much more palatable than Huawei's EMUI.

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ZTE Axon 7 Mini Cameras

The Axon 7 Mini is equipped with a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera. It boasts an aperture of f/1.9, digital image stabilization, touch to focus, face detection, and instant exposure control, which shows up as a slider option in the viewfinder. Basically the same specs as its larger counterpart.

The Mini's camera is not always particularly fast. I went for a walk with just the phone in my hand to snap photos of the sunset and while I liked the color composition of the photos I captured, I was saddened when I got home and realized that many of the snaps were either blurry or out of the focus. That lack of optical image stabilization can be a bit of a bummer in varying light conditions. Any of the photos that were in focus weren't particularly sharp, either.

The Axon 7 Mini is also quite sensitive to lighting, which is why it's so prone to producing blurry photos. If you use the tap-to-focus functionality, the photo will tend to expose to the area you've tapped rather than the entire scene. As exhibited in the first photo in the gallery below, this can be problematic in outdoor environments.

If you look at the last picture in the gallery above, you'll see I shot the last photo with one of the Axon 7 Mini's extra camera features, referred to as "Super Night Mode." It's helpful, but there's a bit of a learning curve. I would have appreciated if Super Night Mode popped up with an alert, for instance, to consider using a tripod so that I could take better night shots. Instead, I came out with a blurry photo. The rest of the Axon 7 Mini's extra camera features would also benefit from this kind handholding, if only to get new users into the groove.

On the plus side, the Axon 7 Mini's manual mode is pretty robust. It has all the same controls as Samsung and LG's flagships and you can set the shutter open for up to seven seconds. However, there is no ability to shoot in RAW, so don't expect to become a professional smartphone photographer with this kit in hand.

The Axon 7 Mini is pretty decent at video stabilization. The only shakiness I experienced was from my own terrible camera work. Regardless, while the Mini doesn't record as smoothly as the Google Pixel, it's substantial enough for pointing-and-recording. I also appreciated that I didn't have to touch the screen to maintain focus while recording, though you will notice a bit of blur in between scenes as the Mini constantly attempts to adjust the focus, especially in low-light environments.

I am feeling this selfie cam.

As for selfies, you'll do fine with the Axon 7 Mini in your hand. Its 8-megapixel front-facing camera is capable in well-lit environments, and its f/2.2 aperture ensures that you can still snap a headshot when the lights are down low. I also appreciate that ZTE's beautify mode isn't as alien-like as LG and Samsung's.

ZTE Axon 7 Mini Odds and Ends

For a smaller smartphone starting at $300, the Axon 7 Mini is pretty well-equipped. In addition to the features covered here, the Mini also has an expansion slot for a microSD card that doubles as a SIM tray for when you're overseas. Additionally, it sports a USB Type-C port, which is quickly becoming the standard for Android devices across the board. There's also a generous 32GB of storage inside, which is double what you normally find in a phone this price.

ZTE has bundled in a plethora of audio features, including a chip for Hi-Fi Recording, as well as dual noise-suppression microphones. Its Dolby-made dual speakers are also pretty impressive for jamming out to Spotify tunes, though you'll quickly hear its limitations the louder you go.

Should you Buy it? Sure

The Axon 7 Mini made an impression not because of its smaller size, but because of how much polish ZTE put into it. You'll sense it the minute you take it out of its box. Inside, it's nestled neatly by ample padding, protected as if it were a high-end flagship device. The trick is that even though it looks like one and boasts some of the same features, it doesn't nearly cost as much. At $300, you're getting a mix of high-end features paired with mid-range specifications in a stylish, compact little package. If you're looking for a deal, the Axon 7 Mini is it.

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2 weeks ago

Get a lifetime of 1TB cloud backup from Zoolz for just $39

Our current, tech-obsessed world demands a storage solution for your multimedia data, the most convenient being cloud-based storage which you can access from anywhere. Most cloud-based storage services charge a monthly fee, which, over time, adds up to quite a fee.

Those of you sick of subscription fees need a storage solution that requires a single payment for a lifetime of access. More importantly, you need cloud storage that is encrypted and can be accessed from all your devices.

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Right now, Android Central Digital Offers has a deal on 1TB of cloud storage from Zoolz — a single payment of $39 gives you lifetime access. Does this seem cheap? It is! This is 98% off the regular price of $3600.

You will never be charged any extra fees, and you can access your cloud storage from multiple devices. Your data is protected with 256-AES encryption to better safeguard your stuff, and you can schedule backups and throttle bandwidth during uploads. Place files you know you won't soon need in cold storage — takes three to five hours to access — or place files you frequently need in standard storage that can be accessed instantly.

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Considering 1TB of storage from other popular services costs about $10 per month, this deal will pay for itself in four months, and you can keep using it forever. Even if you don't think you need it now, you probably will need it in the future. Don't miss this great opportunity to snag 1TB of cloud storage for only $39!

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