Nexus 6P cases present challenges for screenshot captures


If you purchased a Nexus 6P with plans to ensconce it in a case and you like to take screenshots, you better check the case to make sure you do not end up frustrated with the experience. Some users are reporting that the material and construction used for some cases, including the Nexus 6P Case and the Adopted model available through the Play Store, are making it extremely difficult to capture a screenshot. Read more

The USB Type-C cable is now back in stock on the Google Store

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For the first time since the release of both the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, Google’s USB Type-C cable is now back in stock on the Google Store. For $13 with free shipping, the wire is great value and is a must-have for anyone who’s looking to connect their shiny new Nexus device to a computer seeing as the cable that comes at standard in the box isn’t compatible.

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[TA Deals] Brave the cold weather with this Bluetooth Beanie & Touchscreen Gloves Bundle


Many parts of the world are starting to enter the colder months of the year. It’s time to pack on extra layers and stay warm! Going about town, you’re probably wearing a hat and gloves to keep every inch of your body cozy. The problem with bundling up is that using your mobile devices can become a hassle. Just checking your phone or tablet in cold weather requires you to readjust. Hats are covering your ears from taking calls and most gloves aren’t compatible with touchscreens. It’s time you avoid the hassle by picking up the Bluetooth Beanie & Touchscreen Gloves Bundle from Talk Android Deals.

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Samsung rumoured to be developing an entry-level fitness tracker with ‘Triathlon’ codename

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Samsung recently revealed its stylish new Gear S2 smartwatch running the Tizen operating system, garnering positive reviews along the way. Naturally the high-end market isn’t quite enough for the South Korean electronics giant, as it is allegedly looking at fleshing out its entry-level offerings in the wearables department. According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung is busy developing a health and fitness tracker, with model number SM-R150. Read more

Wheelchair controlled using Amazon Echo


Amazon’s Echo device is slowly but surely catching on as a popular voice-control appliance. To help sales grow, Amazon has been partnering with a variety of other companies producing connected home devices so Echo can be integrated with those systems. Like all things digital, modifying a device like Echo to work in new, perhaps unexpected way, is not limited to official partnerships between big corporations. Sometimes a single hacker can do some pretty amazing stuff, like a recent proof of concept showing how an Amazon Echo could be used to control a power wheelchair. Read more

Lumsing’s 10,400mAh power bank nails energy and size


Accessories maker Lumsing recently sent me one of their power banks to check out, specifically the 10400mAh model. Now, you’re probably thinking a battery that big makes the size of this power bank massive; however, it’s not “massive” nor is it large. Lumsing isn’t asking you to walk around with extra weight in your bag or to place a brick on your desk. This power bank is light and compact while maintaining a big amount of power.

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