Oreo update now rolling out to unlocked Moto X4 in non-Android One form

The Android One version of the Moto X4 began receiving its Oreo update a few days before Christmas, but as expected, it took some extra time for Oreo to hit the standard model. A “Senior MotoAgent” on Motorola’s (well, now technically Lenovo’s) forums announced yesterday that Oreo has begun to roll out to the X4.

Not much information was supplied about the update aside from the facts that it’s been released and that it may take some time to hit your specific device.

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Libratone Q Adapt USB-C earphones review: Pricey, but for good reason

It’s sad, but the headphone jack is being included on fewer and fewer phones every year. Ever since Apple started the trend of relying on one connector with the iPhone 7, Google, HTC, Motorola, and more companies have all released flagship devices without the 3.5mm jack that all of us knew and loved.

Without the headphone jack, people basically have three options for personal audio: dongles, Bluetooth headphones, and USB-C headphones.

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Plex comes to Daydream with full VR, co-watching, and selectable viewing scenes

In its continuing quest to dominate your personal media library, Plex is launching a new way to watch your locally-stored content. Plex VR is coming to Daydream, and the base package does not even require a Pass subscription! This will come with fully interactive viewing environments, social elements like a friends list, and support for 2D, 180°, 360°, and 3D+360° videos.

All you need a Plex media server, some stuff to watch, your phone, and a Daydream headset and you’re ready to go.

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[Update: Official date] Google I/O 2018 teaser website is live with hints and riddles

Google I/O 2018 should still be about 4 months out, but Google is ready to let you in on a few secrets. The I/O website has been updated with a little hunt for clues behind the scenes of the 2018 event.

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Layton’s Mystery Journey: Starter Kit offers first case free, additional cases as DLC packs

Level-5’s first mobile entry to the Professor Layton series of puzzle-solving adventure games is now available in a free-to-start version. The game centers around Layton’s daughter, Katrielle, who solves mysteries with her friends and talking dog. While this is not quite the first Professor Layton game on mobile, it is the first game to receive a simultaneous release on Nintendo 3DS and mobile (well, in Japan, anyway).

The original mobile release was $ 15.99 for the full game, with additional optional DLC for extra puzzles and costumes for the main character.

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