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Take your tunes into the shower with this $20 speaker

Myandroid.com / May 29, 2017

By Mike Tanasychuk

Showers can be boring (especially the lonely ones!), and shower thoughts can just end up making you feel way less relaxed than a show should. Some people also happen to sing their best when in the shower — or so we tell ourselves.

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Whatever your reason for wanting music in the shower, you need a speaker in your bathroom. Cords probably aren’t the best idea (you know — death by electrocution), so you’ll want a convenient Bluetooth speaker that lets you wirelessly blast your tunes. Not all Bluetooth speakers are created equal, however, so you’ll need something that’s at least water-resistant so that you don’t fry it the first time out.

Enter the XXL shower speaker, which has a driver twice the size of usual shower speakers, blasting out your music at 3W.This powerful speaker retails for $99.99, but through Android Central Digital Offers, you pay just $19.99, a savings of 80%.

The XXL sticks to any non-porous surface via suction cup, making it perfect for shower tile, glass shower doors, mirrors, and more. It uses Bluetooth 4.0 technology and has a large battery that usually requires charging less than once a month, so you can go a while without missing out on shower tunes. You can even take and make calls, thanks to the convenient microphone.

If you’re looking for a great shower speaker that has a large driver but a compact body, then check out the XXL shower speaker at Android Central Digital Offers. It’s $20, down from $99.99, so you save 80%.

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Myandroid.com / May 28, 2017

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Qualcomm to pay BlackBerry almost a billion dollars in post-arbitration final award

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By Ryne Hager

The final quantity in Qualcomm’s arbitration with BlackBerry has been determined. In previous coverage of the arbitration settlement, the quantity owed by Qualcomm to BlackBerry for overpayment of royalties was pegged at $814 million. Now that interest and attorneys fees have been added in, the total amount to be paid out has been set at $940 million. That’s almost a billion dollars that Qualcomm has to pay BlackBerry by May 31st.

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[Deal alert] Get the previous-gen 7" Amazon Fire tablet for $39.99 ($10 off)

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By Corbin Davenport

Earlier this month, Amazon unveiled new Fire tablets. The new models aren’t really much different from the previous generation – just a bit thinner and lighter for the most part. Now Amazon is clearing its inventory, and you can get the previous-gen Fire tablet with special offers for just $39.99.

The specs weren’t impressive when it was released in 2015, and they sure aren’t any more impressive in 2017 – but that should be implied by the price tag.

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Personal tab added to Google Search for individualized results from Google services

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By Ryne Hager

Google has just added a new Personal tab for results to search. Now if you toss in a term that might not otherwise trigger the personalized search results feature, you can manually move over to the Personal tab and make sure that compatible results appear. Results there can be easilylimited to the content of your Google account across the company’s various services. Searching for calendar appointments or emails just got a little bit easier.

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[Deal Alert] Two 6' USB-C to USB-C cables $5 at Amazon w/coupon ($7 off)

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By Ryne Hager

It’s not often a deal ends up being over 50% off, but that’s the case today. Right now over at Amazon, you can pick up a pair of six-foot USB-C to USB-C cables for $5 with a coupon code. They aren’t explicitly Benson approved, but they are alleged to possess the requisite resistor, and the current ratings have it at 4.2 stars from 310 reviews.

Some of the top critical reviews have noted a few problems, but the average opinion seems to be positive.

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6 things I learned traveling with the Galaxy S8+

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By Alex Dobie

Travel revelations from Samsung’s super-tall, super-specced flagship.

It takes time to get to know a new phone and understand all of its various quirks, strengths and foibles. Traveling with a device can rapidly accelerate that process, though. Nothing pushes a phone to its limits like juggling airport navigation, boarding passes and in-flight antics — and that’s before you start on however much work or play awaits you at the other end.

That’s exactly what I’ve been doing for the past couple of weeks, first taking my Samsung Galaxy S8+ to San Francisco, then on to Google I/O in Mountain View and back, before hopping on another plane a couple days later to Computex show in Taipei, Taiwan — from where I write this article.

After spending entirely too much time taking the S8+ on and off planes and across borders, I decided to share a few of the things I’ve learned…

1. The camera beats the GS7 where it really matters

If we needed further proof that DxOMark scores alone are a flimsy metric for measuring camera performance, this is it. The Galaxy S8 was recently awarded the same DxO score as the S7 — 88/100 — and while at first glance there isn’t much separating Galaxy S8 photos from pics taken on its predecessor, there’s a lot going on around multi-frame processing that makes the S8’s camera the clear winner. Like the Google Pixel and HTC 10, the S8 takes multiple exposures by default, runs computation on them and conjures up the best-looking image it can, and this gives S8 has the edge in low-light situations, or shots where your hands might be moving slightly.

Where the Galaxy S7 would wash out colors and give its photos a yellowish tint, the S8 can conjure up more accurate hues. Where motion blur could scupper the best low-light Pixel photo, the S8’s OIS provides a necessary buffer. A great example of this is a type of shot I’ve tried again and again to master on a phone camera — shooting out of an airplane window over a nighttime cityscape. At landing, when there’s actual motion in the shot. Even the Pixel struggles with this type of photo, and the S7 wasn’t any better. On the S8 — with a few attempts, granted — I was actually able to get a decent, clear, sharp photo of the approach to Dubai airport.

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The LG V30 could look something like this

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By Corbin Davenport

Ever since the original V10 was released in 2015, LG’s V series of phones has been the company’s most expensive lineup – even pricer than the flagship G series. The V10 included a top ticker display, and the V20 further refined that feature. Evan Blass, known as @evleaks on Twitter, has released some of LG’s early renders for the V30.

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It's not just you: Facebook Messenger is down in several regions worldwide

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By Corbin Davenport

If you can’t send or receive messages with Facebook Messenger, don’t worry – you’re not alone. According to DownDetector, which monitors site outages, Messenger is having problems in several regions worldwide.

As you can see in the above map, the vast majority of reports are coming from Europe, with a few from the United States, the Philippines, Peru, and Brazil. For some users, both the Android application and web app are malfunctioning, and for others only one of the two are not working.

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[Deal Alert] Get a 3-pack Arlo Pro security system for $450 ($130 off), if you have Amazon Prime

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By Corbin Davenport

There are plenty of great home security systems on the market, but most of them are pretty costly. If you’re looking for a (relatively) less expensive option, we’ve got just the deal for you. Now you can get the 3-camera Arlo Pro security system for just $450 ($130 off), as long as you have Amazon Prime.

The Arlo Pro’s main selling point is that the cameras are wireless and weatherproof, so they’re great if you need record footage outdoorsor don’t have outlets in convenient places.

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