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Switch from a banana to a Pixel phone

Switch from a banana to a Pixel phone

Hey Google, you doin' okay? A couple of weeks ago you posted a very weird video, describing the basic Pixel phone migration process with a weird collection of meditation images and ASMR-style narration. Now you're back with this combination phone migration-intro to karate video. It feels like someone on the Pixel team really, really wants to go viral.

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11 new Android games from the last week: The best, worst, and everything in between (3/29/21 - 4/4/21)

11 new Android games from the last week: The best, worst, and everything in between (3/29/21 - 4/4/21)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today's list is broken up into several segments, ranging from best, average, to mediocre. So whether you're looking for the best games of quality or are simply looking for the latest free-to-play gacha titles, you're covered. This week I have an dual-tone platformer, a slickly animated action game, and cryptic puzzler. So without further ado, here are the new and notable Android games released during the last week.

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25 of the best co-op games on Android in 2021

25 of the best co-op games on Android in 2021

Mobile games don't get the attention of console and PC games, and so it can be hard to find what you're looking for since so few mobile games have been organized in any meaningful way. This is where I come in, I have put together a roundup of the best co-op games available on the Play Store, and this is a running list, now updated for 2021. So if you've been on the hunt for some awesome co-op title to play with your friends or significant other, then today's roundup is for you.

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12 new and notable Android apps from the last two weeks including Glug, Stack, and Balance (3/20/21 - 4/3/21)

12 new and notable Android apps from the last two weeks including Glug, Stack, and Balance (3/20/21 - 4/3/21)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous two weeks or so. Today's roundup is sponsored by Glug, a fantastic solution for ensuring that you stay hydrated. This week I have a new document scanner from Google, the arrival of a popular meditation app, and a fresh news app from Opera. So without further ado, here are all of the new and notable Android apps released on the Play Store in the last two weeks.

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Square Enix's Outriders has landed on Stadia the same day as consoles and PC

Square Enix's Outriders has landed on Stadia the same day as consoles and PC

Since Google announced that Stadia's first-party development arm, Stadia Games & Entertainment, would be shutting down, there's been a lot of online prognosticating about the platform's imminent death — but Google seems committed to making good on its pledge to keep bringing on third-party titles. Case in point: Square Enix's upcoming RPG-shooter Outriders has launched today, April 1, day-and-date with other platforms.

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Casio's new G-Shock watch is maybe the chonkiest WearOS device yet

Casio's new G-Shock watch is maybe the chonkiest WearOS device yet

Casio's G-Shock watches are well-known for their bold designs, offering water and shock resistance to athletes, workers, and any outdoorsy type. Despite shipping several rugged Wear OS gadgets in the past, none of its smartwatches have ever been included in the G-Shock series. While finding a suitable wearable for Android might be a challenge these days, Casio is looking to finally bring G-Shock into the 21st century with its massive new GSW-H1000 smartwatch.

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The latest heat-vision-equipped smartphone is making its way to the US

The latest heat-vision-equipped smartphone is making its way to the US

Have the need or in the mood for a thermal-seeking camera on a ruggedized smartphone. The Cat S62 Pro — made as with most Cat-branded phones by U.K.-based Bullitt Group — is about to come online to retailers in the United States for a slightly better price than was first quoted.

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Oh good, soon Aunt Gladys can share all her Grand Canyon pics with you, right from her Nest Hub

Oh good, soon Aunt Gladys can share all her Grand Canyon pics with you, right from her Nest Hub

Google's Nest Hub makes it easy to display all of those photos sitting unseen on your phone. It takes digital photo frames to a whole new level, especially considering the enhancements Google Photos can bring to your collection. Photo sharing from any Nest Hub device has been possible for years, but a new interface is coming soon that streamlines the experience.

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This Google Assistant-powered Fiat 500 is basically a Pixel Car

This Google Assistant-powered Fiat 500 is basically a Pixel Car

The Fiat 500 doesn't turn any heads, except perhaps those of car enthusiasts looking for an extended sneer. But it's a popular model: a cheap, fuel-efficient, and eminently practical grocery-getter for urbanites. For the upcoming model year, Google and Fiat have joined forces for a "Hey Google Edition" of the hatchback, offering more extensive integration with Google Assistant than ever before.

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Google Duplex is finally available in every US state — except for Louisiana

Google Duplex is finally available in every US state — except for Louisiana

At Google I/O last year, we got our first glimpse of Duplex, an AI that can place phone calls for you to secure dining reservations. Google rolled Duplex out in an extremely limited test late last year. Now, Duplex is coming to Pixel phones in 43 states, and non-Pixel phones will have access soon.

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