Nebula is one of Anker's sub-brands, focused on making portable projectors. The Nebula Mars was its first product, a somewhat-large unit with dual JBL speakers and Android built-in. Normally it costs $599, but now you can get it for $449 from Amazon. Read More
Radiation City is the latest release from Atypical Games and the follow-up to their popular Radiation Island open-world survival game. Just like the original, you can expect a deep survival experience akin to what you would expect from a console or PC game in the genre, all in a convenient mobile package. It is currently in an open-beta, and you can pick it up today for the sale price of $0.99 since it's still under development. Read More
Woot sells some junky stuff on occasion, but it also offers some really excellent deals just as often. Today is the latter; Woot has the Pixel and Pixel XL (both refurbs) on sale for very competitive prices. The Pixel starts at $349.99 and the XL starts at $399.99. You even have the option of stepping up to the 128GB version. Read More
We first learned about a possible trade-in program that Google was running with the launch of the Moto X4 on Android One. But at that time, we only knew that Nexus devices would be eligible for offers up to $165, and that trade-ins before October 5th would get an additional $50 of Fi credit. The Google Store's trade-in program has now gone live ahead of the Pixel 2 launch, and the offers are unsurprisingly low. Read More
Motorola just uploaded the source code for the Moto G5S Plus and Z2 Play a few days ago, and now it's the more affordable E4's turn. The phone, which is internally known as "perry," has just had its kernel source put on GitHub. Read More
If you use Google Finance to keep track of your investments using the portfolio feature, you're soon going to be disappointed. The platform is under renovation and will presumably get a number of design and functional changes. The only thing we know for sure, however, is that the My Portfolio page will no longer be available come mid-November. Read More
LG announced its Google Home integration back in May, but at the time only a few models from its Signature line of appliances was compatible with the Assistant. LG is expanding this list now to 87 WiFi-connected refrigerators, ovens, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, vacuums, air purifiers, A/Cs, and more.
The integration first requires your appliance to be set up through the LG SmartThinQ app (wow, terrible ratings), and then you have to link that to your Assistant. LG isn't a first-party partner yet (it's not in the Home Control section like Hue and Nest), so you'll have to search through Assistant's integrations (blue icon on the top right when launching Assistant on a phone) to find it. Read More