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Brian Reigh

Brian Reigh is a contributor at Android Authority, covering all Android-related news. He has always been passionate about technology, especially mobile technology. He is currently a student at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.

Brian's Posts

Deal: President’s Day sale on Google Play Movies

It’s George Washington’s birthday soon, and Google is celebrating by offering movies that are under 10 dollars on the Play Store.
by Brian Reigh3 days ago5

The Pokémon Company teases an upcoming game for Japan

The Pokémon Company is releasing a new game called Splash! Magikarp in Japan this spring, but the teaser website is as cryptic as the name.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago1

Tinder may bring Snapchat-like video stories after recent acquisition

Tinder just announced that it has acquired a start-up called Wheel, which has a social network for sharing video stories like Snapchat.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago

Google Search now gives you fun facts, unfortunately doesn’t work too well

Google announced today that Google Search will now be able to give you fun facts about pretty much anything, ranging from dogs to cucumbers.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago2
 
 

Newest update to Google Clock lets you use any audio file as your alarm

The latest update to the Google Clock app will finally bring the option to use any audio file as an alarm, as well as a few other minor improvements.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago6

You can now pre-order HTC U Ultra and Play in the UK

If you’re in the UK, you can now pre-order the HTC U Ultra or the HTC U Play, which will start shipping on March 1st.
by Brian Reigh5 days ago5

One reason why people quit Google’s car project: they got paid too much

According to Bloomberg, one of the reasons why top Google employees quit its car project was that they got paid too much.
by Brian Reigh6 days ago18

New chip from MIT could mean power-efficient AI in all your electronics

Researchers at MIT have developed a low-power chip specialized for automatic speech recognition that could result in a power savings of up to 99 percent.
by Brian Reigh6 days ago6

Slice and Rise is a frustratingly addictive game from Play Store

Slice and Rise is a simple arcade game but may very well become your next addiction. It's now available for free in the Play Store.
by Brian Reigh6 days ago3

HTC’s US Valentine’s Day deals could save you a few hundred dollars

As HTC so poetically puts it, “loving is about giving, not receiving” so why not give yourself a brand-new HTC device this Valentine's?
by Brian Reigh1 week ago5
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