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4 Digital Hacks for Your Bullet Journal That Always Work

You could take the digital route for your first bullet journal. Maybe create your bullet journal with Evernote, or use Trello to plan your life. But if you enjoy the feel of writing down your daily tasks, you could use these digital hacks to make to keep up with your bullet journaling habits. 1. Use...

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5 Free Exercise and Workout Generators for Better Routines

It’s good to have a fitness routine, but routine can get boring. Let’s fix that with a few randomized workout generators for different types of exercises. Naturally, these generators are best if you already know the basics of the exercises you plan on doing. Whether it’s running, s...

Internet

SpaceX’s “Starlink” proposal will launch 12 thousand satellites for total worldwide broadband coverage

SpaceX cleared a major hurdle in its goal to launch a network of broadband satellites in low Earth orbit yesterday, when the FCC approved a revised draft of their 2016 proposal. Today's news follows the story from last month where Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX, launched its first two satell...

Android

Finally! High quality wireless headphones for under $80

Get your kicks from AAPicks today with a deal which we think you’re going to enjoy: 69% off TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones. If you’re in the market for some high-quality Wireless headphones, but you don’t want to pay an extra $300 more to have a certain logo on th...

Android

Would you subscribe to a smartphone, rather than buy?

Despite the growth of the used smartphone market, a huge amount of new smartphones are sold each year. Marketing and carrier plans work their magic to support sales and detrimental factors like planned obsolescence, failing support for older devices, and a limited ability to repair phones keep anyt...

Android

Reflection, glare, and… moths?

image via Wikipedia. No, you don’t need to check the URL. You haven’t somehow been sent to an insect collecting site. This is still the good ol’ Android Authority you know and love, and I’m still here to tell you about some new developments in display technology. Stick aroun...

Android

Paris through the eyes of the Huawei P20 Pro

Sometimes things don’t go exactly to plan. Like when Richard Yu went off-script at CES to rant about the U.S. carrier issues Huawei is facing or when the company arranged a Parisian bicycle tour to show off what the Huawei P20 Pro camera could do and it was cold and raining. While we all lear...

Hardware

Braven Stryde 360

These days, the wireless speaker market is so over-crowded with similar-looking (and sounding) speakers that it’s making it more and more difficult to differentiate between the myriad options at your disposal. In some ways, this is nice. If you're just an average person looking for a spea...

Android

Weekly Recap: Easter Bunny x S9 Reviews

Another big week around these parts! We posted both written and video reviews of the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Our opinions on both are probably what most expected, even if Samsung fankids are throwing some fits. Overall, we found both to be really good phones, but maybe not our preferred cup of tea. And t...

Android

Always On Display for Galaxy S8, Note 8 Updated to Support GIFs

An update for Always On Display on the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note 8 includes GIF support, just as it is on the new Galaxy S9 and S9+. With this, users can select from a number of fancy preloaded GIF animations to play on their Always On Display, but it appears you should also be able to...


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