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4 months ago

A phone app helped save lives during Hurricane Harvey

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Read how the Zello app helped civilian first responders find and rescue people trapped in Harvey's flood waters.

Your phone can seem like a lifesaver at times. But this story from the Houston Chronicle shows how a miniature computer that can install and run apps literally saved lives. You need to read Holly Hartman's story to understand how anyone with a phone app, no matter where they are, can help when a dire situation happens. It's a powerful tale that just might bring you to tears: both at the dire situation of some of Harvey's victims and how one person was able to step up and make a difference.

Read: I downloaded an app. And suddenly, was part of the Cajun Navy.

It also shows how the things we use every day are now indispensable. The same phone you use to play a game or watch YouTube videos with is also a tool that an amazing group of regular people used to save lives. Let that sink in for a moment: people didn't die because of a smartphone app.

The app in question is Zello PTT Walkie Talkie. It's well done but not anything particularly special. What matters is that the right people all installed it and did everything they could to let folks in the Houston area know that they could install it and be able to call for help. In the hours before Harvey made landfall, Twitter and Facebook posts telling everyone to install Zello were abundant. We're seeing the same thing today with Hurricane Irma ready to wreck SouthWest Florida, and hopefully, it can make the same difference.

Hurricanes don't discriminate: everyone left behind is at risk.

If you've never been through a major hurricane it's hard to understand what conditions are like. You're essentially isolated and on your own until the storm lets up enough for emergency responders to do their jobs. And there will always be people who stayed back and didn't evacuate. Some because they can't and others who just don't want to. I was in the latter group when Hurricane Andrew happened and spent a few hours trapped in a Circle K (a small convenience store) with four others, hoping the water wouldn't get high enough to drown us all. Even when the water finally stopped rising, we all were stuck until we were able to flag down a rescue boat.

This was before the smartphone age.We had no way of letting anyone know where we were or our situation. Calling 911 during a hurricane is futile because there will never be enough operators and dispatchers to take the calls coming in, and your call for help will likely be unanswered. If you are unfortunate enough, or as in my case, stubborn enough, to not leave when advised you're on your own. It's wonderful that we now have the tools to be less isolated and can hear a friendly voice just when we need one.

If you're in the path of Irma and didn't evacuate to a safe shelter, make sure you have Zello installed. If you're able and willing to help, either in the field or to take calls, please do the same. There are lives on the line.

Download: Zello PTT Walkie Talkie (free) from Google Play

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4 months ago

What channels are available on YouTube TV?

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YouTube TV has access to dozens of Broadcast Networks to make sure you never miss an episode.

YouTube TV offers a viable way to cut the cord, and still see your favorite shows, without breaking the bank in the process. If you've already made the jump, or you're considering it, then you may be wondering what kind of channels YouTube TV actually has access to. That's why we've done the work for you and gotten the name of every cable network, and regional sports network currently available for watching.

Note: This information is valid as of September 8, 2017.

Broadcast and Cable Networks

YouTube TV has access to a number of broadcast and cable networks, making it easy to stay caught up on your favorite shows when you cut the cord.

  • ABC
  • CBS
  • FOX
  • NBC
  • AMC
  • BBC America
  • BBC World News
  • Big Ten Network
  • Bravo
  • CBS Sports Network
  • Chiller
  • CNBC
  • CW
  • Disney Channel
  • Disney Junior
  • Disney XD
  • E!
  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • ESPNU
  • ESPNews
  • FOX Business
  • FOX News
  • Freeform
  • Fox Sports 1
  • Fox Sports 2
  • FX
  • FXM
  • FXX
  • Golf Channel
  • IFC
  • MSNBC
  • NBCSN
  • Nat Geo
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • Newsy
  • Olympic Channel
  • Oxygen
  • SEC Network
  • Sprout
  • Sundance TV
  • Syfy
  • Telemundo
  • Tennis Channel
  • Universo
  • YouTube Red Originals
  • WE tv

Regional Sports Networks

When it comes to sports, there are plenty of regional networks built for specific areas. Some media markets will have access to them, but they are region specific.

  • CSN Chicago
  • CSN Chicago Plus
  • CSN Philadelphia
  • CSN Mid-Atlantic
  • CSN New England
  • CSN Northwest
  • Fox Sports Arizona
  • Fox Sports Arizona Plus
  • Fox Sports Carolinas
  • Fox Sports Detroit
  • Fox Sports Detroit Plus
  • Fox Sports Florida
  • FOX Sports Indiana
  • FOX Sports Indiana Plus
  • FOX Sports Kansas City
  • FOX Sports Kansas City Plus
  • FOX Sports Midwest
  • FOX Sports Midwest Plus
  • Fox Sports North
    -Fox Sports North Plus
  • FOX Sports Ohio
  • Fox Sports Ohio Plus
  • Fox Sports San Diego
  • Fox Sports San Diego Plus
  • Fox Sports South
  • Fox Sports Southeast
  • Fox Sports Southwest
  • FOX Sports Southwest Plus
  • Fox Sports Sun
  • FOX Sports Tennessee
  • Fox Sports West
  • Fox Sports Wisconsin
  • FOX Sports Wisconsin Plus
  • Fox Sports Prime Ticket
  • NBC Sports Bay Area
  • NBC Sports Bay Area Plus
  • NBC Sports California
  • NBC Sports California Plus
  • NESN
  • NESN Plus
  • SportsTime Ohio
  • YES

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4 months ago

HTC U11's Edge Sense squeeze function updated with in-app customization options

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HTC U11

Because we're all still looking for something to do with Edge Sense.

The HTC U11 is an awesome phone, but the touted "Edge Sense" feature for performing actions by squeezing your phone hasn't exactly been the feature that's driving sales. Hopefully that will change today. With an update that's rolling out now, U11 owners will be able to further customize Edge Sense to perform specific actions in specific apps — in addition to the current slate of basic phone-level functions.

Basically, HTC now lets you map either a short or long squeeze on the sides of the phone to a tap or double tap on a location on the screen you specify. But the function can be mapped on a per-app basis, so you have a serious number of customization options available. For example you can set a squeeze in Google Maps zoom in on the map, in Google Photos launch the share function, to launch voice typing on the keyboard or in Chrome select the address bar.

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The interface for getting it set up is a bit clunky mostly because it has to be. Because Edge Sense is effectively just translating your squeeze into a specific tap, you go through each app you want to enable the function on and just tell the interface where to tap. You then name that function however you want so that it can be easily read in the Edge Sense settings. You'll see something like "Short squeeze to zoom in on a photo, squeeze and hold to share" in the settings under the app it's associated with.

People aren't going to set up dozens of custom squeeze actions, but it makes sense for some apps.

It's hard to see every U11 owner going in and setting up distinct squeeze functions for dozens of apps, but it definitely makes sense to spend the few minutes to make some for your most-used functions in apps. Squeezing to zoom in on Maps, compose a tweet or open a search field can be very useful — provided you eventually remember what the function is over time.

For those who haven't set up custom squeeze actions, are on the home screen, have the screen off, or are using an app that hasn't been customized, Edge Sense will continue to work as expected. You can still use the basic squeeze to launch the camera, for example.

One of the coolest parts about this new feature expansion is that it doesn't require a major software update — you just have to wait for the Edge Sense app to update from the Play Store. The update is rolling out soon, and every U11 owner can get in on it by just heading to the Edge Sense settings after updating the app.

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4 months ago

Spotify and Hulu join forces to offer an amazing bundle to students

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Today Spotify teamed up with Hulu to unveil a streaming bundle that will allow users to stream music and television shows under a single subscription plan. Best of all? It's insanely cheap.

In a press release on Hulu's website, the companies announced that Spotify Premium for Students, now with Hulu, will launch today nationwide - just in time for the school year.

The first-of-its-kind entertainment bundle will offer students immediate access to ad-free Spotify Premium as well as Hulu's Limited Commercials plan for only $4.99 per month. This means students will be able to stream Hulu originals like "The Handmaid's Tale" and "The Mindy Project" in addition to wildly popular fan-favorites like NBC comedy "Parks and Recreation" and gripping horror-drama "The Walking Dead."

What's more, the bundle is available to all qualifying new and existing Spotify premium subscribers, so if you're already using Spotify Premium for Students, you won't be left out. All you have to do is activate Hulu by verifying your student status. However, if you are a student but you're part of a Spotify Premium for Family plan, you'll have to cancel your subscription and sign up for the new package. If you're afraid of losing your account's content by doing this, don't worry - Spotify says that switching plans won't cost you your playlists.

The same rule applies if you're a student with an existing Hulu Limited Commercials plan. As long as you don't have any premium network add-ons and you can verify your student status, your account can be merged into Spotify Premium for Students + Hulu.

Alex Norstrom, Chief Business Premium Business Officer at Spotify, seemed to say it best:

In bringing Spotify and Hulu together, we're now able to offer students – both the millions already on Spotify Premium, and those who are new to Spotify – access to the world's best music, TV and movie content in the simplest possible way.

Now all the rest of us non-students have to do is hope and pray that Spotify and Hulu expand this beautiful partnership to a wider market. Sign me up!

Thoughts?

What do you think of Spotify and Hulu teaming up? What do you hope to see in the future? Let us know in the comments!

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4 months ago

How to stream YouTube TV using a Chromecast

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Watch your recorded shows from YouTube TV on your Television using Chromecast!

YouTube TV delivers a great way to cut the cord with your cable provider, but still be able to access all of your favorite shows and movies. Watching shows like The Walking Dead or American Horror Story on a tiny screen isn't ideal, though. That's why Chromecast support is baked in, letting you cast your shows to your television and enjoy every moment on your big screen.

We've got all the details on how it works right here!

How to cast YouTube TV

  1. Open YouTube TV on your phone.
  2. Tap the Cast button at the top of the screen.
  3. Choose the Chromecast you want to cast to.

    Open YouTube TV, Tap the Cast Button, choose the Chromecast you want to cast to.

  4. Choose the show you want to watch.
  5. Tap the episode you want to watch.

    Choose the show you want to watch, tap the episode you want to watch.

How to stop Casting

  1. Tap the Cast Button.
  2. Tap Stop Casting.

    Tap the Cast button, Tap Stop Casting.

What to do if you're using a first-generation Chromecast

While Casting from YouTube TV is a pretty easy process, there are a few caveats here. Namely, if you are still running on a first generation Chromecast, which will still work, but you're going to run into a few issues.

That's because the first generation Chromecast just doesn't work quite as well as its later siblings. You can expect to wait longer for programs to load up on your television, and you may end up seeing a message informing you that things are slower due to the Chromecast you are using. The important thing to remember here is that you'll still be able to use your Chromecast with YouTube TV, it's just going to be a bit slower than you might prefer when things are getting started.

Want to upgrade? Grab a new Chromecast or Chromecast Ultra starting at $35.

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Questions?

Do you have questions about using a Chromecast with YouTube TV? Have you been using yours to catch up on last year, before new seasons of your favorite programs start up? Let us know about it in the comments below!

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4 months ago

How to DVR programs using YouTube TV

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Ensuring you never miss another episode only takes a few taps.

Managing to catch all of your favorite television shows can be a hassle. Between family obligations, nights out, late evenings at work, and the small catastrophes that show up unannounced, managing to sit down at the same time each week to watch your favorite programs can be nigh impossible. Thankfully with YouTube TV you can avoid that by setting up a DVR that will record your program, so that you can watch it when — and where — you want to.

Using the DVR on YouTube TV is pretty easy to do, and we have the details for you here!

How to DVR a program

With YouTube TV you can easily set up a DVR to record all upcoming instances of your favorite show. However, when you set up a recording, it will automatically record every upcoming episode — including reruns — until you remove the program from your DVR list.

  1. Open YouTube TV on your phone.
  2. Tap the search icon in the upper right corner.

  3. Type to search for the show you want to record.
  4. Tap to select the show.
  5. Tap the plus icon to add to your DVR list.

How to view programs you have recorded

After you have recorded programs using the DVR feature, you're able to view them through the app. You can watch your recordings at your own leisure, and they'll stay in your library until they expire, or you delete them.

  1. Open YouTube TV on your phone.
  2. Tap Library at the bottom left of your screen.
  3. View your recent recordings at the bottom of the screen.

How to view scheduled recordings

If you're unsure if you've got all of your favorite shows set up to record, it's easy to check. The Scheduled recordings tab will show everything you have opted to record, letting you keep track nearly effortlessly.

  1. Open YouTube TV.
  2. Tap Library at the bottom left of the screen.
  3. Tap Scheduled Recordings.

How to remove scheduled recordings

Sometimes you get tired of a show, or you just don't want to watch t anymore for a variety of different reasons. If it's a show that you had set up to record, then you'll want to remove the recording so that it isn't cluttering up your app.

  1. Open YouTube TV.
  2. Tap Library.
  3. Tap Shows.

  4. Tap the show you want to stop recording.
  5. Tap the stop icon to the right of the show title.
  6. Tap the minus icon to remove the show from your library.

Questions?

Do you still have questions about using the DVR to record programs on YouTube TV? Have you been recording your favorite shows? Let us know about it in the comments!

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4 months ago

WhatsApp is building a dedicated app just for businesses

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WhatsApp wants to connect businesses with customers.

WhatsApp started rolling out verified business accounts last week, and the comapny is now detailing its monetization plans. WhatsApp will offer a Business app that makes it easier for businesses to respond to messages, share updates, and more. WhatsApp basically wants to be the app you turn to when you want to place an order with a local bakery or get flight updates from your airline.

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4 months ago

DAZN review: A promising preseason in the books

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DAZN's sports streaming service has handled the NFL pre-season, but is it ready for prime time?

It a special occasion when Canada gets to test drive a new app or service before our neighbors to the South — and it's even rarer for it to be a live and on-demand sports streaming service anchored by the NFL. It's time to enter DAZN (pronounced "Da Zone" 🙄) and get a glimpse at another compelling reason for folks to cut out TV cable and dive into the world of streaming.

DAZN is a premium streaming service for live and on-demand sports that's been operating in European and Japanese markets, and is hoping to find success in North America starting first in Canada. It offers different sports offerings and leagues in different markets, with Canada's service anchored by a five-year deal with the NFL for exclusive broadcast rights to NFL Sunday Ticket and the NFL RedZone channel — the latter being especially important news for fantasy football players. DAZN lets you pay $150 for a full year of service, or has the option to pay $20 a month.

A Hail Mary for cord-cutting football fans

Now I grew up in a household with cable, which really helped me to foster a great love for watching televised sports. Since moving out of my parent's place as a college student I quickly made the decision to ditch cable and rely on the Internet for all my entertainment needs. It was a fairly easy decision to make, financially speaking, but forgoing the ability to just "throw on the game" and chill was easily the toughest loss that came with that decision. Sure, there are always online streams available if you know where to look, but they are of course illegal (and often unreliable).

So DAZN admittedly had me intrigued from the outset as an NFL fan a few years removed from being able to watch NFL games. The NFL Sunday Ticket package was always a premium upgrade through our cable provider and we never had it, so I had to make due with whichever games were broadcast on Sunday. Now I'll be free and clear to watch my Packers play every game this season, whether live or on-demand, along with any other games that catch my attention.

Supported across all your devices

Streaming quality isn't always great, but it's available everywhere which is nice.

One of the big strengths behind DAZN launching into Canada is the great app support across a wide variety of platforms and consoles. Got a PS4 or XBOX One? Got a Roku TV or Chromecast? Got a Samsung Smart TV? Got an Android phone, tablet, or TV box? There's a DAZN app for nearly any device you own, with support for more devices coming soon.

Not only is it available across all your devices, but you're able to use most of those devices simultaneously to watch multiple games. I was able to stream four NFL games at one time across my NVIDIA Shield, a PC, and two Android smartphones — all using the same DAZN account. This would be great news for anyone planning to share their account amongst family and friends like so many people do with Netflix, though we'll see whether DAZN cracks down on multiple IP addresses connecting to the same account.

It's also worth noting that the stream quality seems to really depend on a number of factors, from the device to your internet connection. I got the best results streaming from the DAZN website on a PC with a hardwired internet connection. Watching games on my NVIDIA Shield connected via Wi-Fi was fairly smooth with no major hiccups, but was pretty far from what I'd call HD quality. Streaming a game to my phone, whether on Wi-Fi or using my data plan, was mostly flawless but also not quite the HD quality advertised.

This could be because it was still preseason, which means the TV broadcasts themselves were second-tier at best. However, DAZN doesn't give you any options for selecting the video quality or any statistics relating to the stream quality so you're left at the whim of whatever you get. It's one of those features that you'd expect to see along with the ability to "follow" a favorite team and get notifications for game start times — not deal breakers, but certainly not what you'd expect from a $20 monthly service

And there are other sports included, too

NFL is obviously the main draw for this Canadian launch, but DAZN has tried to boost the value by including other sports. Along with NFL Game Pass (which includes every NFL game, NFL Network programming, Hard Knocks: 2017 Buccaneers, and NFL Redzone), you also get nine different soccer leagues/competitions, FIBA basketball, a selection of tennis tournaments, KHL hockey, darts, and snooker.

I love the idea of one subscription service and app that gives me unlimited access to my favorite sports...

That's probably going to be a bunch noise for many casual sports fans, but the inclusion of KHL games is at least a somewhat intriguing addition for hockey-hungry Canadians. When you subscribe, you also get weekly emails filling you in on some of the more interesting match ups to check out on the app.

But DAZN isn't the first company to offer streaming sports in Canada — Rogers offers NHL Gamecentre Live for Canadian customers on its premium mobile package which gives you access to nearly every game played in a season, including the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Along with on-demand full game replays and highlights, Rogers is leading the way with great features like multiple camera angles and a choice between home, away, and alternate language broadcasts.

...but I hate the idea of five different subscription services for each sport or league I want to follow.

Granted we're comparing DAZN to Canada's largest telecommunications company here, but by that comparison, DAZN's offerings so far are pedestrian at best. I love the idea of one subscription service and app that gives me unlimited access to my favorite sports; I hate the idea of five different subscription services for each sport or league I want to follow. Whether DAZN is capable of becoming that all-in-one solution is yet to be seen.

I would love to see DAZN find subscriber success in its first year of its NFL deal and use that success to parlay deals for the streaming broadcast rights to other pro sports leagues in Canada (the CFL and AHL come to mind). NFL viewership in Canada is surprisingly on the rise, so it's a great market to focus on first. It's all a matter of how they plan to expand and improve the service moving forward.

Will DAZN change the way Canada watches sports?

Much like predicting the success of an NFL team during the preseason, it's far too early to know where DAZN is going to be by year's end. They're offering a free 30-day trial for new subscribers, and are pushing that $150 for the year deal pretty hard, but if there are any streaming quality issues or delays, crackdowns on account sharing, and a lack of app support for upgrades or new features, it's easy to imagine people canceling their subscriptions before season's end.

Just 5 years ago I was stuck refreshing apps for a scoring update, and now I'm free to stream live NFL games wherever I go.

I'm personally loving it so far. Between Spotify Premium, Netflix, and now DAZN, I'm paying roughly $40 a month for near unlimited access to all the music, television shows, and football I can handle. I appreciate the fact that just 5 years ago I was stuck refreshing apps for a scoring update and now I'm able to stream live NFL games wherever I have data service.

So the value is going to remain for as long as the novelty still feels fresh. Instead of having to sneak off to a TV to watch the fourth quarter, I can now just quietly stream it to my phone wherever I am. That's worth the price of admission for me, but once the Super Bowl Champions have been crowned and the offseason sets in, I along with most DAZN subscribers will surely be asking "Okay, so what's on next?".

Have you tried out DAZN?

Calling all Canucks! Have you had a chance to check out DAZN? What have been your experiences? Do you think sports streaming is here to stay?

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4 months ago

How to run smarter with the right tech accessories

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Finding the right mix of tech to get the most out of your training runs.

Summer is winding down, and by sticking to my nutritional goals and making an effort to fit more walking into my day, I'm already at the halfway mark to reaching my weight loss goals. After battling through a late summer cold that slowed me down, I'm ready to power through Autumn with a running routine supported by a few pieces of tech.

The Moov Now fitness tracker

If you've been following along with this column, you'll know that I previously advised against buying an expensive fitness tracker if you're only looking for something to track your steps, and I stand by those comments.

But the Moov Now fitness tracker is different, in that it's more of a coaching tool than a purebred fitness tracker. When you wear it on your wrist, it performs the basic functions of an activity tracker by tracking how active you are throughout the day via the Moov Now app. I like it especially because there's no distracting screen, no need to charge it nightly, it's comfortable enough that I can forget I'm wearing it, and it's waterproof enough for tracking swims or just wearing in the shower.

But the real fun begins with the in-ear coaching. Moov offers a selection of workouts and activities that work with the Moov Now to monitor your body's movements and provide instant coaching feedback via your headphones. By strapping the Moov Now to your ankle, it's able to not only monitor your time and distance progression, but also specifics related to your stride and how your feet land as you run.

Moov offers a selection of workouts and activities that work with the Moov Now to monitor your body's movements and provide instant coaching feedback via your headphones.

There are several different training modes for running and walking, which help you to train different aspects of your stride. There are programs for improving your form and run more efficiently, improve your pace and distance, or work on sprint intervals to burn fat. The feedback it provides is surprisingly accurate and helpful, offering quick tips on maintaining a steady breath, feedback if you're stepping too heavily or landing on stepping heel first, or encouragements to pick up the pace a bit. As someone who's definitely injured himself because of bad form in the past, it's nice to have a subtle piece of tech looking out for me.

It doesn't track calories or offer advanced metrics, but Google Fit still does a decent job of that for me. Plus, since it's an ambient fitness tracker I can comfortably wear it to sleep and get statistics on my sleeping habits as well. Plus, at $60 you can afford to buy two, which opens up the ability to do shadow boxing training.

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Other necessary apps for a solid run

Beyond Google Fit and Moov Now, there are a couple other apps that I use on runs. I've been following along with a Couch to 5K app to jumpstart a running routine and work my way up to running in a 5km fun run.

I've personally settled on C25K Pro because I like the look of it and it doesn't have too many unnecessary bells and whistles — key when I've got four apps working at one time. I've run into some overlap where the C25K program is telling me to slow down to a walk while the Moov Now app wants me to pick up the pace — clearly these apps weren't designed to be used together, but it works well enough to keep Moov Now for the coaching tips and the C25K app for the interval training towards increasing my endurance.

That fourth app and final app? Spotify, of course. I absolutely need music to enjoy my workouts, and Spotify Premium is packed with a ton of awesome playlists specifically for running and working out.

Armband and Bluetooth headphones

I recently did a round up of the best armband cases for the Galaxy S8 and ended up picking up the Sporteer Velocity V150 Universal Armband because it looked comfy, was compatible with big phones like the Galaxy S8 and Pixel XL, and also provided ample storage for credit cards, IDs, a house key, and any other small items I might want to have on me. It lets me keep my pockets empty and my phone secure — it can even manage to fit my phone in a case!

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For headphones, I follow the same buying philosophy as buying sunglasses: I know I'm going to drop, smash, or lose them eventually, so there's no point in spending too much money on a pair.

As such, I've settled on the Aukey Sport Bluetooth Headphones which look kind of bulky in my ear but hey, for $20 sweat proof Bluetooth headphones they will definitely do the trick for me on runs. Maybe once I'm doing 5km runs in stride I'll upgrade to something more hip and flashy, but for now, Aukey has me covered.

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Are you ready to run?

What workout tech have you tried? All combined I spent around $100 for my three running accessories — a modest investment towards improving my running stamina and endurance. Have you found any accessories that work especially well for you? Let me know in the comments!

Next time, I'm going to be looking at body weight workouts you can do around the home using minimal equipment — plus a little help from the Internet!

Read the previous entries in the Tech For Your Health column!

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4 months ago

Action Launcher beta now works with Android Oreo's Adaptive Icons

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Our favorite third-party launcher is getting a nice, delicious Oreo boost with its new beta.

Action Launcher v28, which is currently on its second beta as I write this, now officially supports Android Oreo's Adaptive Icons feature, which has eluded third-party launchers until now.

Adaptive Icons are a new feature in Android 8.0 that allow app developers to create home screen icons of various shapes to suit manufacturer preferences and, in the case of themers, icon packs. From developer Chris Lacy's blog:

Pick from 5 Adaptive Icon styles: circle, square, rounded square, teardrop and squircle.

This update also sees big enhancements to Quickedit, Action Launcher's powerful icon editing system which offers suggestions for icon replacements based on icon packs on your device. Adaptive Icon support is now integrated into Quickedit, so you can quickly pick the icon shape that best suits your mood.

Prior to installing, you'll need to opt into the Action Launcher beta, which can be found at this link. Once you've opted into the beta program, the update will download as normal from the Play Store.

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4 months ago

Force Friday II: Find the Force with the help of the Star Wars app

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Force Friday is even bigger this year than the last time. Use the Star Wars app to find all the cool stuff near you!

Force Friday is a special merchandising event that signifies the official launch of a new line of official Star Wars themed goodies. The first one took place in August of 2015, leading up to the release of Star Wars: A Force Awakens. This year, Disney is going all out with dozens of sponsored events, incredible licensed merchandise, and even a treasure hunt wherein fans can seek out their favorite characters in augmented reality (AR) at participating retailers. It's called Find the Force and it runs Sept. 1 - 3.

The official Star Wars app is your go-to place for finding everything you need for a day of AR character hunting fun. Sure, there are some amazing toys and swag releasing throughout the weekend, but the real fun is in finding the Force around you.

If you already have the official Star Wars app make sure it is updated to the latest version so you can use the newly added Find the Force augmented reality feature. Once updated, you'll see Find the Force on the Home page. Tap it to find out more about it.

What is Find the Force?

It's a treasure hunt in AR. When you visit a participating retailer and scan the Find the Force QR code, a Star Wars character will appear in the camera's viewfinder. You can have your friend stand next to the AR character for pictures and videos, or just take a snapshot without real-life friends.

When you Find the Force using AR, you'll collect data chips, which are basically achievements for finding the characters. There are 15 Star Wars characters to collect. You don't have to find 15 different QR codes though. Different characters are unlocked every day. So you can visit the same location across all three days to unlock a different one each time. Though, you'll probably have to visit a few different locations across all three days in order to find all 15 characters (at least five locations).

Where can I find Find the Force QR logos?

Some codes can be found at physical locations, while others are available online. Different locations will unlock different characters. That's the fun of a treasure hunt!

Find the Force takes place all over the world at Disney stores, Toys "R" Us, Best Buy, LEGO stores, and many more. Disney has an official list of participating retailers and websites you can check to see which locations in your area have the Find the Force logo. Across the U.S., the most notable stores that are participating in the campaign are Disney Store, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, Toys "R" Us, Staples, Petco, JC Penny, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Gamestop, but there are dozens more that will feature Force Friday events and merchandise.

If you aren't going to be able to make it out of the house for the entire weekend, you can also try to hunt down all 15 characters online. These websites have Find the Force QR logos on their Star Wars pages. Hold your phone up to the logo and scan it to see what new character you've unlocked. Remember to visit every day over the weekend to see new characters.

How else can the Star Wars app help me Find the Force?

Your treasure hunt isn't over just because you've found all 15 characters. There's actually one more special AR event that you might be able to check out if you live close enough. There are 20 iconic locations around the world that will unveil a unique Star Wars scene when you visit one.

If you are within a mile of one of the geographic landmarks, you can point your phone at the sky to see the scene play out. The special scenes are available until September 3. Time to plan a road trip!

Here's a list of the landmarks and their map coordinates.

  • Central Park | USA | 40.781,-73.966

  • CN Tower | Canada | 40.781,-73.966

  • Coca-Cola London Eye | UK | 51.501,-0.124

  • Copacabana Beach | Brazil | -22.973,-43.185

  • Eiffel Tower | France | 48.862,2.288

  • Gamla Stan | Sweden | 59.325,18.071

  • Golden Gate Bridge | USA | 37.807,-122.469

  • Gran Via | Spain | 40.420,-3.706

  • Grand Canyon | USA | 36.061,-112.109

  • Ha'Penney Bridge | Ireland | 53.346,-6.263

  • Hollywood Sign | USA | 34.127,-118.326

  • Lumpini Park | Thailand | 13.729,100.542

  • Memorial de America Latina | Brazil | -23.527,-46.663

  • Merlion Park | Singapore | 1.286,103.854

  • Niagara Falls | Canada | 43.083,-79.078

  • Piazza del Duomo | Italy | 43.773,11.255

  • Schloss Charlottenburg | Germany | 52.520, 13.295

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge | Australia | -33.861,151.221

  • Victoria Harbour | Hong Kong | 22.294,114.169

  • Yoyogi Park | Japan | 35.672,139.694

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How are you spending Force Friday II?

Are you visiting any Star Wars themed events? Did you stay up late to grab the new toys? Will you travel around your city to collect all the Find the Force characters? Let us know your Force Friday plans.

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4 months ago

Android Oreo brings big improvements to your phone's security and privacy

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Oreo is the most secure version of Android yet.

Every time Android gets an update, there are changes that we can't see. There is a lot going on behind the home screen and it takes an army of developers to keep a piece of software as intricate as Android running. With Android Oreo, some major changes are in the background that bolsters user security and privacy.

As users, we are mostly concerned with what we can see or do ourselves; things like being mindful of installing random apps or not opening email attachments from people we don't know. But the heavy lifting goes on behind the scenes and work to prevent any of the malicious content we might run across from gaining a foothold is a priority. Oreo has a long list of changes and features on this front.

  • Android Oreo no longer supports SSLv3 (Secure Sockets Layer version 3.0). SSLv3 is outdated and has been proven insecure, and at the recommendation of the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force; a group that sets a sort of standard for internet communication) it's been completely dismantled in favor of a newer communication security method, TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.2.

In addition, when you try to connect to a server that isn't correctly using TLS 1.2 Android Oreo will no longer attempt to fall back to a previous version as a workaround. Your phone running Oreo just won't connect to unsafe web servers, and that's awesome.

  • Android 8.0 applies a Secure Computing filter to all applications. The list of ways an app can directly communicate with the kernel has been reduced. These have traditionally been a popular method to attempt a kernel exploit to gain admin-level privileges. It's harder than ever for any type of malware to get root.

  • WebView objects now run in multiprocess mode. Any apps that get content from the Web now show that content in its own isolated sandbox, where it has no access to any app data. A website that tries to steal your information will find no information to steal!

  • Apps that are running can no longer assume other apps are in a generic location and will need to ask the system itself to pass data along to their actual source directory. Not knowing where to find an app means it's much harder to exploit any vulnerabilities in it.

  • Android Oreo now handles your unique identifying data differently. Prior to Android 8.0, a unique Android ID was generated when a device was first set up. This ID was constant, and developers could use it to verify a user when retrieving data from the cloud. With Oreo, an ID based on the app developers signing key (a tool used to verify an app is original and hasn't been tampered with) our Android Advertising ID (a function of Play Services and something we can erase or opt out of) and the actual device ID. Every instance of the Android ID is now different and isolated to the app that generated it.

This ups the ante on user privacy, as a developer can't track users of one app with another app or share user data based on ID with any other apps.

This applies to every app, not just apps targeted to Android O. But there is a caveat: apps installed prior to an Android O system update will still use the old ID. You'll need to uninstall and reinstall them if you want to use a unique and safer way to verify your identity.

  • The "unknown sources" system of installing apps from outside of Google Play has been completely revamped.

More: Here's why sideloading apps is safer with Android Oreo

Google does other things to help cut down on malware and security scares, too. We've recently seen Google Play Protect as a new branding for retail devices covered by Google's machine learning-enabled application scanning service, and monthly patches for security exploits help update Android itself against new security issues.

We still should be mindful of what we install, but it's good to know that the Android security team has our backs.

Android Oreo

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4 months ago

YouTube TV FAQ: Everything you need to know!

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YouTube TV is here, and you probably have questions.

It's always exciting to see a company like Google offer something new, but YouTube TV is not the first time this company has tried to do something innovative with streaming video. Here's what you need to know about Google's latest efforts to shake up television as we know it.

What is YouTube TV?

Think of YouTube TV as an internet-based cable television subscription. For a monthly fee, you can stream live television directly to your phone without needing an account through your local cable company. You can use this as a way to watch live television when you aren't at home, or you can completely replace your home cable service with YouTube TV.

Aren't there other apps that do this right already?

As a matter of fact, there are three rather popular services offering similar services. Sony's PlayStation Vue lets you watch and record live TV across many different screens, DirecTV Now is a satellite-free alternative to cable companies, and SlingTV exists as an alternative to watching your favorite shows with a cable box.

YouTube TV is looking to compete with these services by offering a price point in the middle of these services, with expanded features a promise of more consistent streaming video quality.

What channels do I get with YouTube TV?

Currently, YouTube TV is offering:

  • ABC
  • CBS
  • FOX
  • NBC
  • NBCSN
  • USA
  • FX
  • FreeForm
  • Oxygen
  • Bravo
  • MSNBC
  • Fox News
  • CNBC
  • FXX
  • FXM
  • SyFy
  • Fox Business
  • Local Now
  • Disney
  • Disney Junior
  • Disney XD
  • The CW
  • E!
  • Universo
  • Universal
  • Sprout
  • National Geographic
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • Chiller
  • ESPN
  • ESPN 2
  • ESPN 3
  • ESPN News
  • ESPN U
  • SEC ESPN
  • CSN
  • Fox Sports
  • BTN
  • NBC Golf
  • Telemundo
  • FS1
  • FS2

YouTube TV also includes YouTube Originals, which are shows and movies previously available only to YouTube Red subscribers.

There will also be the ability to add networks to your subscription for an additional fee. Currently, Fox Soccer Plus and Showtime are on the list of add-on networks to be available at launch.

Can I record shows with YouTube TV?

You can! YouTube TV includes a "Cloud DVR" service that allows you to record multiple shows simultaneously so you can watch them later. This feature includes a commercial skipping feature if you're watching a recorded show, available with a simple tap in the YouTube TV app.

This Cloud DVR service comes with unlimited storage, and videos you have recorded can only live on your account for nine months before they need to be erased.

How many people can use my account at the same time?

Each YouTube TV account allows you to connect up to six accounts in a family plan for no additional fee. Currently, no other live TV streaming service supports six simultaneous users as part of the base price, and each of these connected accounts will get separate recommendations and offers based on their viewing habits. This means you kids can watch all the Pokemon they want and it won't interfere with reminders about Game of Thrones or Football.

So far, Google has not mentioned any need to prove those six people live in the same house or share any other Google services.

What do I need to use YouTube TV?

As it stands YouTube TV works on just about everything with a screen. Android and iOS apps are available, as well as a website for watching and controlling your account.

If you have a TV with a Chromecast dongle or Google Cast service embedded, you are able to stream anything from YouTube to your television easily.

How much does YouTube TV cost?

Right now Google is offering a flat rate of $35 per month for YouTube TV. Each add-on network will run you an additional $10 per month.

This monthly plan does not include any contracts or commitments, so you can quickly cancel the service if you decide you are unhappy with it.

Can I get YouTube TV now?

You can get YouTube TV right now, provided you live in an area with service. Google's plan is to make the service available first in the largest U.S. markets and expand rapidly after the launch. In case you are curious, the currently supported media markets in the U.S. are:

  • Atlanta
  • Baltimore
  • Boston
  • Charlotte
  • Chicago
  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Columbus
  • Dallas-Fort Worth
  • Denver
  • Detroit
  • Greensboro
  • Harrisburg
  • Hartford
  • Houston
  • Indianapolis
  • Jacksonville
  • Kansas City
  • Las Vegas
  • Los Angeles
  • Louisville
  • Memphis
  • Miami-Fort Lauderdale
  • Milwaukee
  • Minneapolis-Saint Paul
  • Nashville
  • New York City
  • Oklahoma City
  • Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne
  • Philadelphia
  • Phoenix
  • Pittsburgh
  • Salt Lake City
  • San Antonio
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco Bay Area
  • Seattle
  • St. Louis
  • Tampa
  • Washington DC
  • West Palm Beach

To sign up so you can be notified of when this service is available in your area, head here and let Google know you're eager to try YouTube TV.

What about people outside of the U.S.?

As is often the case with Google products and streaming TV services, YouTube TV is currently U.S. only and will likely remain U.S. only for quite a while.

In order to launch in other countries, Google needs to secure streaming rights in each country. That kind of thing takes a lot of time, so the current focus is delivering in the U.S. for now.

We'll be sure to update this FAQ as more information becomes available!

Updated August 31, 2017: This article has been updated with YouTube TV's 12 new cities.

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4 months ago

Gboard now lets you use stickers and Bitmoji

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Gboard lets you install sticker packs and use Bitmoji with latest update.

The latest update to Gboard adds support for stickers and Bitmoji, giving you more ways to express yourself in conversations. Once you're on the latest version of Gboard, you'll see a tab for stickers in the emoji pane. You'll be able to download stickers from the Play Store — there are both free and paid options available — and install the Bitmoji app if you don't already have it on your phone.

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4 months ago

An official free-to-play Game of Thrones MMO is coming to Android

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The latest Game of Thrones mobile game is now available for pre-registration.

Ever wanted to rule Westeros with an iron fist, but without risking your own blood. Good news! The latest Game of Thrones game is now available for pre-registration, and it will let you do just that! After an earlier release on iOS, Game of Thrones: Conquest is now available for pre-registration in the Google Play Store.

Game of Thrones: Conquest is similar to other MMO strategy games in that the player will be able to make alliances with other factions, and defeat rivals in order to maintain territory. While the game won't arrive any faster, those who pre-register will gain access to the Prepare for War bundle, allowing them to get a jump start with upgraded weapons and other resources. The Prepare for War bundle is a $50 value, and will only be available during the first week after the game's launch.

Warner Brothers has not announced an availability timeframe for the game, nor a price. The title is free-to-play on iOS, so we can presume the same will be true when it arrives on Android.

Are you interested in Game of Thrones: Conquest? Let us know down below!

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