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Author: Patrick Campanale

More Google I/O, Daydream VR 2.0, and the OnePlus 5’s awesome camera – MCOJ Daily, May 19th

Google I/O Day 2 brought us less news than the first, but included in the mix we had Daydream VR 2.0, as well as some new rumors about the OnePlus 5’s camera sensor. MCOJ Daily on iTunes MCOJ Daily on Pocket Casts MCOJ Daily on Google Play Google announced Daydream 2.0 at Google I/O Google first announced Daydream back in May of last year. Since then, there have been few devices released with Daydream capabilities, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL being the biggest ones. Today at Google I/O, Google announced the second revision of Daydream, codenamed “Euphrates.” Daydream 2.0 will bring...

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Android O announced, developer previews available today

It’s the day everyone has been waiting for: Google just announced Android O. It brings a slew of new features, but I’m only going to focus on a few of them here. If you want to see everything, check out the blog post linked below. Notification revamping Notification channels sound really awesome, but it will really depend how well they actually implement it. Notification have always been organized better on Android over iPhone, but Apple has always looked prettier (in my opinion). Notification channels really bring a lot of promise to the last refinement I think Android notifications need. Autofill...

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Motorola debuts the Moto G5 Plus at MWC, coming this Spring starting at $229

Following the Moto G4 lineup last year, Motorola is back at MWC for 2017 with a new generation of mid-range Android smartphones: the all-new Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. These two phones are a pretty huge departure from the previous model, both in terms of design and build, so let’s take a closer look… Looking at the specifications, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus follow the trend set by the Moto G4 family in offering two tiers for processing power and size. The Moto G5, which is not coming to the US, offers a 5-inch 1080p display,...

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Cloudflare was hacked, exposing millions of passwords ─ Change your password. Now

Passwords… We all use them, but we all hate using secure ones. It’s true, we often use very insecure passwords when it comes to securing our most private accounts. In the image below, you’ll see what some of the most common passwords are from 2016, according to Keeper Security. Why is it that we often use these insecure passwords? Well, they’re easy to remember, of course. CloudFlare, a huge DNS routing company that handles a quite a bit of the Internet’s most popular website traffic, was recently hacked. CloudFlare is popular among many website developers because they provide a...

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Android Wear 2.0 starts rolling out soon, LG Watch Style & Watch Sport launched starting at $249

The long awaited Android Wear 2.0 launch is finally here, and with it comes two new watches from LG. Android Wear 2.0 brings a visual overhaul to the OS, as well as several added features and apps. Wear 2.0 packs a ton of new features, from a new way to interact with watch faces, to improved fitness tracking, to Google Assistant, among other things. One of the biggest additions, besides Assistant, to come to Wear 2.0 is an on-watch Play Store, meaning you no longer have to fire up your phone to find new watch faces or apps. Wear...

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