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How to use the LG V20 Second Screen [VIDEO]

The LG V20 is the successor to the V10, and it once again has the quirky second screen. If you’re thinking about getting the V20, or you already have it, you should take advantage of this unique feature.

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How to track your family’s location with Life360

If you’re looking for an easy solution to track your kids’ or entire family’s location, Life360 may be the perfect app for you. It’ll give you current and historic location information for the devices you set up and can even send alerts when certain devices arrive and leave specific locations.

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How to FaceTime on Android (or the best alternatives)

If you know a lot of people who use iPhones you probably hear a lot about FaceTime. Android users can’t use FaceTime, but there are plenty of awesome apps for making video and VOIP calls. Here are a few of our favorites!

A VR Acquisition

Google buys eye tracking company to help with its standalone VR headset

Google is working on a standalone VR headset that doesn’t use a phone. The device is said to combine eye tracking technology with other sensors to map the real world in front of the user in order to display digital objects alongside real-world objects.

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honor 5X review

If there’s anything history has taught us, it’s that it’s really hard for manufacturers to build a great smartphone for under $200. Somehow Huawei managed to do this with the honor 5X which on paper, appears to be the best budget Android device on the planet. But is it? Find out in our review.

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You can use Android 7.0 Nougat’s multi-window feature with any app

If you want to be able to use any app you want in split-screen on Nougat, you’ll be happy to learn there’s a very easy way to do that. All you’ll need is an Android 7.0 Nougat device, the ability to toggle a setting, and a quick phone reboot

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UMI MAX Android Phone Review

For the past month I have been testing the UMI MAX smartphone, a budget Android phone under $200. Admittedly, when I first received the phone, I was skeptical about its capabilities, but it happily surprised me.