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Casio announces the G’z EYE action camera

Casio has a very particular design aesthetic. Its watches and phones are bulky, rugged, and have a lot of sharp angles. Now, there's an action camera to go along with those devices. The G’z EYE can take a beating while recording video, and it looks like a Decepticon.

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YouTube is back on Amazon Echo Show

Back in May, Amazon unveiled the Echo Show, an Alexa-powered Echo speaker with a touchscreen. One of its features was searching for YouTube videos, until Google blocked it due to an unspecified Terms of Use violation on Amazon's part.

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[Update: Going live "over the coming weeks"] Lens is now rolling out to Google Assistant

Lens was announced at Google I/O 2017, and began rolling out to Photos a few weeks ago. If you're not aware, Lens is a machine-learning powered spiritual successor to Google Goggles, as it can identify objects and landmarks in photos. Google said it would eventually arrive in Assistant, and now it looks like the time has come.

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Google fixes disabled bootloader unlock on Pixel 2 phones

There are plenty of good reasons to buy a Pixel, but for many, it's the unlockable bootloader that's most appealing. Imagine the disappointment when some Pixel 2 devices from the Google Store showed up without an unlockable bootloader. Google seems to have gotten right to work on the bug, and it's now fixed.

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Motorola releases kernel source code for Moto E4 Plus

The Moto E4 Plus is one of the many, many, many phones that Motorola has released this year. Its main selling point is the massive 5,000mAh battery, giving you 2+ days of intensive use on a single charge (I would kill for a Pixel with that). David mostly praised the phone in his review, but as with all Motorola devices, slow or non-existent updates is a given.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished Amazon Tap and first-gen Echo for $59.99 and $69.99 (both $20 off) from Amazon

Two months ago, Amazon unveiled a slew of new hardware, including the first update to the company's iconic Echo speaker. As with all technology, new products coming out means the old ones get cheaper. Now you can buy a certified refurbished first-gen Echo for $69.99, and a refurbished Tap for $59.99, both $20 off the usual price.

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The OnePlus 5T is on sale today, and you can get $20 off accessories with purchase

It feels like just yesterday that OnePlus started selling the OnePlus 5. It was actually five months ago, which is still pretty recent. Today, the new OnePlus 5T is on sale. It's $20 more expensive than the OP5 was, but it has a bigger 6-inch display and a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. If you decide to get the latest OnePlus device, you can also snag some accessories at a discount.

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YouTube TV v1.11 adds picture-in-picture support

Google's TV streaming service is still continuing it slow city-by-city rollout in the US, but those who have access to YouTube TV are getting a nice bonus in the latest build of the app. The new v1.11 update adds picture-in-picture (PiP) support.

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OnePlus 5T withstands the JerryRigEverything treatment

The days of flimsy plastic phones are (mostly) behind us, but that doesn't mean all phones are as durable as we might like. That's why the JerryRigEverything YouTube channel takes the time to burn, scratch, and bend new phones. This time, it's the OnePlus 5T's turn, and it proves to be pretty durable.

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[Deal Alert] Moto G5 Plus 32GB is down to $169.99 ($60 off) on Amazon

If you've been on the prowl for a nice sub-$200 phone, we've got one for you right here: the Moto G5 Plus. While this is older than the G5S Plus, the G5 Plus is also much more affordable and might even have a superior camera setup. Now you can grab a 32GB G5 Plus for just $169.99, a full $60 off its MSRP.

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