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Pick the experience that best suits your needs. Don't let this secret slip out, but there's actually no such thing as "the best VR headset" right now! There are new things in hardware and software being built almost every week, and while it's easy to look at the newest or shiniest thing and slap a blue ribbon on it there's a lot more going on. At the same time, there are a lot of folks eager to try VR or AR and want to know where to best spend money, and we're here to help. This guide contains all Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Central

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Update: Google got in touch to let us know the feature is rolling out in the coming weeks and isn't yet available to everyone right away. We've also updated the According to a recent post made by the official Android account on Google+, this feature is rolling out now. While open Wi-Fi networks are nice to find, they can sometimes be so slow that you'd prefer to just use your precious mobile data. Google seems to agree with this, having implemented these Wi-Fi speed labels for open networks Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Police

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The Fitbit Ionic's app selection is growing all the time, and these are a few of my favorites. When the Fitbit Ionic first launched last September, the app selection was a bit barren. Big names like Starbucks, Pandora, and Strava were there, but there wasn't much of anything else. However, following a lot of developer support, that's started to change. The Ionic received its first major update in early December, and with this brought a host of new watch faces and apps to check out. If you own a Fitbit Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Central

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We've been hearing about Firefox version 58 for a while now, first with news back in October last year that it would offer Progressive Web Apps – letting you add web pages to your home screen that work like native apps. That functionality arrived in the beta channel in November, along with FLAC support plus Bengali and Nepali locales. All of this is now coming to the stable release, which is beginning to roll out to users. For those who are unaware, FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Police

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a wonderful smartphone. But after 100 days, every smartphone doesn’t just show its sweet side, it also starts revealing minor or major weaknesses. The Galaxy Note 8 is no exception. When it was reviewed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was very impressive across the board and proved that it can make you forget about the Note 7. I’ve now been using the Samsung phone for quite a while to find out how it fares in everyday use in the long run. Here, I’ll to introduce Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Droid Life