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Grab a thin Nexus 6P case for just $3.95 today!

Myandroid.com / December 4, 2016

By ShopAndroid.com

Looking for a case for your Nexus 6P but don’t want to make it any bigger or bulkier? If so, check out Amzer’s Pudding TPU case for a great thin layer of protection for the phone. It won’t add bulk, and the cutouts allow for easy access to the buttons and ports. Today you can pick one up for just $3.95.

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Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 review: The most bang for the buck wireless noise canceling headphones

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By Rita El Khoury

The market for wireless noise canceling headphones has been booming over the past couple of years. One day, we were struggling to find one pair of headphones that offered both Bluetooth connectivity and noise cancelation, the next there were more choices than we could fit in one Amazon result page. Plantronics, Bose, Sony, Sennheiser, B&O, and more brands are coming on the market with their own take on the matter and the options can be a little confusing for everyone.

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Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 review: The most bang for the buck wireless noise canceling headphones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Twist crams most of the world into a single charging adapter

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By Russell Holly

An all-in-one travel charger for your mobile tech.

Travelling to another country and realizing that single travel charger you brought isn’t nearly enough for your phone and watch and tablet may be the ultimate First World Problem to some, but the truth is travelling with multiple international chargers quickly fills your travel bag. UK chargers are much larger than US chargers, for example, and the adapters don’t help a ton.

Twist is an interesting new solution that is especially useful for anyone who travels between multiple power systems, but it’s also not bad if all you want is a good 4-port USB charger.

The concept is fairly simple. You have a big white barrel capable of outputting 20W/4A across 4 USB ports, with a twisting mechanism in the center that allows you to switch between US, Europe, and UK charging pins. You can also tweak the US charging pins so they match the Australian format.

The only thing stopping me from using this every day is how big it is compared to a traditional US charging adapter, but it’s absolutely earned a spot in my travel bag due to how light and simple it is.

For $40 on Amazon, you’re getting what you pay for. This is a little more expensive than some of the manual 2-port adapters, which is to be expected. It’s unlikely to be something you use every day, but as someone who travels with a lot of USB tech this is a welcomed way to save space in my bag.

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Really Blue Pixel back in stock on the Google Store

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By Corbin Davenport

The Google Pixel has been available in three colors – Very Silver, Quite Black, and the Limited Edition Really Blue. When the Really Blue model was sold out within hours of the Pixel’s release, many worried itwould not be re-stocked. Google confirmed to us last month that the color would eventually beavailable again, and now the day has come.

Unfortunately, only the 32GB 5″ Pixel is available in the Really Blue color.

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Really Blue Pixel back in stock on the Google Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Why Android malware scares are almost never as bad as they seem

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By Alex Dobie

Headlines shout about hundreds of millions being vulnerable. But they ignore a vital part of Android’s security which stops app-based malware dead in its tracks.

Whether it’s QuadRooter earlier in 2016, or Gooligan more recently, the news is full of reports of terrifying Android security vulnerabilities. Often they’re brought to light by security companies with a product to sell, and blown out of all proportion by the mainstream press.

Research like this is important work done by very smart people. But make no mistake, the goal is to drum up publicity and (eventually) sell you security software. That’s why new Android vulns come with catchy nicknames and sometimes even logos — particularly around the time of the big hacker conferences like Defcon and Black Hat. It’s a neat pre-packaged story sure to attract attention, easily turned into headlines like “Android users beware: Over 900 MILLION smartphones are vulnerable to this crippling hack.” (That was British tabloid The Mirror on QuadRooter, by the way.)

That sounds scary, but it’s in the interest of those doing the disclosing (and, let’s be honest, the clickthirsty online media) to wave their arms around and make it appear as bad as possible.

There are many types of software vulnerabilities, and it’s almost impossible to guarantee any piece software is completely flawless — especially in something as complex as a smartphone. But let’s focus on app-based malware, since that’s the most common attack vector. The simplest way for the bad guys to do bad things to your phone or your data is to have you install a malicious app. The app might then make use of vulnerabilities in the OS to take over your device, steal your data, cost you money or whatever else.

When a security vulnerability crops up on iOS, Apple issues a software update and it’s fixed. Because of the complete control Apple has over the iPhone, that means devices are patched pretty quickly, and all is well.

On the iPhone, everything that matters lives inside the OS. On Android, it’s split between the OS and Play Services.

On Android, it’s not so simple. Google doesn’t directly update the firmware on the billion or so Android phones out there, and because of this only a small handful are running the latest OS version. But that doesn’t mean they have to miss out on new features, APIs and malware protection.

Google Play Services is a system-level app, which is updated in the background by Google on every Android phone going back to 2010’s Gingerbread release. As well as providing APIs that let developers interact with Google services, and porting many features back to older versions of Android, Play Services has an important role in Android security.

The “Verify Apps” feature of Play Services is Google’s firewall against app-based malware. It was introduced in 2012, and first enabled by default in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. (Older versions can manually enable it in the Google Settings app.) Verify Apps works …read more

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[Deal Alert] Nucleus Anywhere Intercom two-pack is $298 ($100 off) with Alexa

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By Corbin Davenport

The Nucleus Anywhere Intercom is one of many modern takes on the classic intercom. Instead of wiring microphones and speakers through your walls, the Nucleus Anywhere uses your home’s Wi-Fi network to connect all the rooms in your house to each other. Now you can get a two-pack for just $298 ($100 off the normal price) if you order it through Alexa.

Each of these nifty devices comes with the Alexa personal assistant (if you’re in the US) and simplevideo/audio chat functionality.

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[Deal Alert] Nucleus Anywhere Intercom two-pack is $298 ($100 off) with Alexa was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Which 2016 Android smartphone would you like to find under your tree?

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By Jessica Murgia

Which of the best Android smartphones released in 2016 would like to find under the Christmas tree this year?

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Source:: https://www.androidpit.com/best-android-smartphone-christmas-gifts-2016

    

Here's what your Moto G4 Plus can expect with the Android 7.0 Nougat update

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By Bruno Salutes

The Moto G4 Plus is in line for a lot of awesome feature updates when it gets Android 7.0 Nougat: here are all the goodies you can expect.

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Florida Pols in No Hurry to Enact Medical Marijuana Regulations

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By Chris Roberts

Marijuana reform proved to be wildly popular in Florida, where six million people—71 percent of voters—approved an initiative allowing for increased access to medical cannabis. Currently, Florida residents can get their hands on low or no-THC oil for epilepsy—and if someone is terminally ill, they’re allowed “full-strength” marijuana.

That’s all supposed to change starting sometime after Jan. 3, when the state is supposed to start setting up a medical-marijuana industry. Emphasis on “supposed to,” because as the Tampa Bay Times points out, Florida state lawmakers have many other things they’d rather do. Getting rules for cannabis together is simply “not a top priority” for any of the state’s three most-powerful elected officials, the according to the newspaper.

Not that that should be shocking. Neither Gov. Rick Scott nor Senate President Rick Scott said anything one way or the other about Amendment 2, which received more support on Election Day than any other marijuana-related ballot measure in the country. As for Richard Corcoran, the speaker of Florida’s lower house, he outright opposed it.

These are the same lawmakers who voted down a sizable expansion of the state’s existing medical-marijuana program last year. State Sen. Jeff Brandes’s bill didn’t even make it out of committee, a snub which necessitated the voter initiative.

Judging by voter turnout alone, you could make the argument that a reasonable and workable cultivation and distribution system for medical marijuana is something that Floridians care about. The state is famous for its aging population, and cannabis has proven potential as a palliative for all kinds of age-related maladies, from chronic pain to Alzheimer’s.

There’s still time and no deadlines have come and gone yet, as new laws can’t be introduced until March 7, when the legislative session opens, and state health officials aren’t planning on starting to create regulations until Jan. 3, when Amendment 2 takes effect.

Sill, when newly-elected state lawmakers convened for a ceremonial opening session last month, marijuana wasn’t mentioned until reporters started asking questions about it, the newspaper reported—which is never a good sign.

As for what the Legislature plans to do? “All I’d say on that is that we’re going to honor the will of the voters, we’re going to protect the Constitution, and we’re going to protect the people’s state of Florida,” said Corcoran, demonstrating a mastery of the art of saying absolutely nothing.

Already, some battle lines are forming—as are some potential conflicts. For example, Corcoran is an avowed supporter of “free-market public policy, particularly in health care,” the newspaper reported. You’d think that would make him a natural ally for a competition-rich marijuana industry with wide and varied access for patients. Or, not: Florida’s cannabis industry will be nothing if not “tightly-regulated,” according to the Times.

There’s also been a demonstrated reluctance on behalf of state health officials to start moving proactively on implementing Amendment 2, which greatly expands the list of health conditions for which cannabis can be recommended. As the Times points out, there’s an advisory on the health department’s website that says the expanded list of conditions goes into effect on Jan. …read more

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Gmail v6.11 fully supports pasted content with formatted text and images [APK Download]

Myandroid.com / December 3, 2016
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By Cody Toombs

A couple of weeks ago, Gmail v6.11 began its rollout with a relatively small but divisive change to the way quotes are handled in replies. It turns out that there was a much bigger and more important change that went completely unnoticed. Google just posted a changelog on the Play Store to point out that you can now paste content into Gmail and all of the formatting and images will remain intact.

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