Mysterious Sony Device Hits The FCC Ahead of Announcement

A mysterious new Sony smartphone has recently been spotted cropping up at the FCC. Currently listed at the FCC under FCC ID PY7-66475M, almost nothing at all is known about the device since the listing didn’t even provide a model number – let alone any images or specifications. The only diagrams available for the device […]

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Amazon’s Echo Look Companion App Hits The Google Play Store

Amazon’s style-savvy Echo Look may still only be available by invitation but the device’s accompanying companion application for Android is now available via the Google Play Store. The device itself is billed by Amazon as being “everything you love about Alexa, but now she helps you look your best.” Perhaps more accurately, it’s an Amazon […]

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Amazon’s Echo Look Companion App Hits The Google Play Store

Amazon’s style-savvy Echo Look may still only be available by invitation but the device’s accompanying companion application for Android is now available via the Google Play Store. The device itself is billed by Amazon as being “everything you love about Alexa, but now she helps you look your best.” Perhaps more accurately, it’s an Amazon […]

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Vine Archive Bug Revealed User E-mails & Phone Numbers

Users of the now-defunct, Twitter-owned Vine social network may want to be on the lookout for an email from Twitter after a bug exposed an unreported number of the social network’s users’ data. The information was inadvertently shown to third parties “under certain circumstances” for a full 24 hours and included users’ e-mail addresses and […]

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New Emulator Revealed To Aid App Creation For Chrome OS

Among the final announcements for Google’s I/O 2017 is that the company is finally creating an emulator for use in developing apps for big screens. The tool still doesn’t have an official name but the goal, as outlined by Google, is to make developing Android applications for Chromebooks or other Chrome OS devices possible even […]

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There’s An Easter Egg Mini-Game Hidden In Fitbit’s Charge 2

Fitbit’s wearable, the Charge 2 has a secret game and it doesn’t take an awful lot to get access to it. To get to the game, Fitbit says users have to meet every goal throughout any given day. That means step, distance, floors, burned calories, active minutes, and the reminder to move goals all have […]

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Lenovo Is Creating A Standalone VR Experience For Android

It has now been announced via this year’s Google I/O developers conference that Lenovo is getting in on efforts to expand and improve the Google Daydream VR platform through the introduction of third-party standalone headsets. The announcement, taken alongside a similar announcement for the Vive brand from HTC, represents a fundamental shift in the mobile […]

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Amazon Alexa Will Get Notifications Function Soon

Amazon’s Alexa will be getting a new feature that could be a massive boost to its functionality soon, in the form of notifications for Alexa. According to an announcement made today via the company’s developers page, the feature is far enough along that developers can now sign up to be notified when the associated developer […]

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Google’s Rich Fulcher Talks About Material Design’s Origins

Rich Fulcher recently sat down with High Resolution to discuss the origins of Google’s “Material Design” language and the process the design teams at the company went through to get it implemented. Prior to Google’s CEO, Larry Page, returning to the position and issuing his mandate to “make Google beautiful,” applications from the company didn’t […]

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When To Choose High Quality Or Original With Google Photos

Google’s Photos application makes storing and saving your memories easier with each new iteration, but storing images in the cloud instead of on device does carry possible limitations based on how you use it. Modern smartphones take photos in very high detail, with some of them capable of shooting in RAW format, and resulting pics […]

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