Apps are getting dumber — and that’s a good thing

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They’re using the best practices of interaction design and psychology to build products with your brain in mind. Here’s how they’re doing it: Be a feature Famed venture capitalist Fred Wilson insists that successful mobile products need to do just one thing well. App designers often forget the speed and attention constraints people experience while using their products. Testing your app in the office, while it’s connected to wi-fi and is the focus of your attention, hardly represents the hectic, real-world conditions experienced by most users. Mobile services not only compete for our attention with the other umpteen things we could do…

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Apple’s Morning Show Drama Getting a New Showrunner

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Apple has large plans for its original programming lineup, expected to debut in 2019. One of the shows that’s being talked about in great detail is the Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon starrer morning show drama based off of “Top of the Morning”, a book by Brian Stelter. Continue reading
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US unlocked Galaxy Note8 is now getting Oreo

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Recently Samsung promised that the Note8 units sold in the US would be graced with the Oreo update “in the coming weeks”, and it has since started to deliver. So far, devices sold by AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint have already tasted the new treat, and starting today the unlocked model is joining in the fun. People who purchased the Note8 in unlocked form in the States are receiving the update notification, which you can check out in all its glory in the screenshots below – they also contain the lengthy changelog. Unlocked US Galaxy Note8 Android Oreo update…

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T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is getting the Oreo update

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Samsung recently promised to speed up its Oreo rollout, and it appears to be doing just that. After pushing Oreo out to several more Note 8 and GS8 variants, the time has come for T-Mobile’s Galaxy S8 Active to get a taste of Oreo. The update was approved on March 29th, but it seems to have only started hitting phones in the last day or so.

The latest update comes with baseband version number G892USQU1BRC4.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active on AT&T getting Oreo

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AT&T has started pushing out a new update to Galaxy S8 Active units on its network. It’s a major update that arrives as build number G892AUCU2BRCS, and brings along Android Oreo. In addition to all the usual Android 8.0 goodies, the update also includes security fixes for the month of March. As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take time for the update notification to pop up on your device’s screen. There’s currently no information on when S8 Active units on T-Mobile and Sprint will get the update. The regular Galaxy S8, in case you aren’t already aware, has been…

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Donald Trump Is Still Going in on Jeff Bezos and Amazon, Still Getting Basic Facts Laughably Incorrect

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If you’re the kind of person who gets up in the morning wondering what kind of mischief the American President got up to on Twitter while you were sleeping, first, seek help. Also, congrats, you got a fresh batch of Rage at Amazon Dot Com again, today.

The (apparently one-sided) Trump-Bezos Feud has been going on for years, but continues to heat up as Donald Trump…continues to live in the White House.

Refresher: Axios reported the most recent rumblings of Trump’s obsession with (and resentment of) the company. Several people privy to the matter noted that POTUS was interested in going after the company wielding anti-trust laws.

But it wasn’t clear whether this was because of some of Amazon’s actual practices, or perhaps because Jeff Bezos, the Amazon CEO, also happens to own the Washington Post. And as usual, there’s no better way to gain insight into the President’s mindset (and foreign policy decisions, and White House hiring) than Twitter:

The ire that some heads of state reserve for terrorists or enemies of the state is now being allotted by Trump to Bezos and his world-dominating corporate powerhouse.

In classic Trump fashion, the facts aren’t exactly on his side. Amazon’s been paying taxes in California since 2012, and charged customers in all other states, according to the New York Times. And instead of taking advantage of the U.S. Postal Service, Amazon’s actually one of the few reasons the embattled agency is still around, the Wall Street Journal reports.

That’s not to say Amazon doesn’t have its problems. Its warehouse employees are systematically stressed and overworked. And that goes without mentioning that whole worker-tracking wristband thing. Among other things. So far, the only fallout from Trump’s Tweets is Amazon’s stock taking a dip in the past few days. It’s anyone’s guess as to whether those drops will affect the company in the long term (or if this is all Trump wants to accomplish with his bluster).

Not that it matters. Trump’s going to keep doing his thing, to whatever aim he has (or whatever has his attention-deficit-addled Eye of Sauron at any given moment). In other words: Just another Friday in 2018.

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 will begin getting Android Oreo update on April 1

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This has been a good week for Galaxy Note 8 owners, as the AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon versions of the device have all been updated to Android 8.0. Now it looks like T-Mobile Note 8 users won’t have to wait long for their own Oreo treat.

T-Mobile has approved the Android Oreo update for its version of the Galaxy Note 8, says T-Mo product guy Des Smith. The update will begin rolling out over the air as early as the night of Sunday, April 1.

Getting bumped up to Android Oreo brings new features like picture-in-picture, which will let you watch video from one app while using another app, and autofill. Oreo also includes notification dots so that you can glance at your home screen and see which apps have alerts for you.

We’re sure to learn more about T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update when it begins rolling out. Until then, you T-Mo Note 8 owners can rest easy knowing that it won’t be long before you get to sink your teeth into an Oreo treat.

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Google Tasks might be getting an overhaul

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Google Tasks, the long-neglected to-do list function buried in Gmail, might be getting a fresh face. A tipster tells us Google has uploaded new Tasks-related assets and set up new URLs for the service.

There are plenty of third-party apps and browser extensions that aim to make using Tasks a more palatable experience, but the official version is looking pretty old-school, and not in a good way:


Google Tasks’ current web interface.

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Jake Paul is getting his own talk show on YouTube Red

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Controversial vlogger Jake Paul, brother to similarly controversial vlogger Logan Paul, is developing a talk show for YouTube Red. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paul will host and executive produce the show, which is described as having a “late-night variety show feel.” The pilot for the as-of-yet untitled series is expected to start shooting as early as May.

Gavin Purcell will executive produce the pilot. (Purcell produced Late Night with Jimmy Fallon before working as head of video for The Verge’s parent company, Vox Media; he recently signed on as showrunner for Sarah Silverman’s upcoming Hulu show I Love You, America.) However, a YouTube spokesperson told Variety that the Paul show is just one of several projects the service…

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No Man’s Sky is getting its biggest update yet this summer alongside Xbox One launch

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Hello Games, the developer behind space exploration title No Man’s Sky, announced today that the game’s largest update ever will arrive later this summer alongside a launch on the Xbox One. Details about the update, which the company is referring to as No Man’s Sky NEXT, are scarce. It will be free, like previous updates such as last year’s Atlas Rises, which introduced planetary quick-travel, land vehicles, and base building. But beyond that, we don’t know what the update will involve.

“We called this update NEXT, because it’s an important next step on a longer journey for us and the community,” writes Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray. “We’ve been working our socks off on this and it’s by far our biggest update so far. It will be…

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