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Kingdom Hearts Dark Road revealed as official name for Project Xehanort (Update: New details)

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Square Enix has revealed a new Kingdom Hearts game for mobile, and it's tentatively titled Project Xehanort. The reason for this placeholder name is so Square Enix can drum up press by asking everyone to join a Twitter campaign to guess the game's name.

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Samsung Galaxy A71, A51 go official with Infinity-O AMOLEDs and four rear cameras (Update: India availability)

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Now that we’re nearing the end of 2019, Samsung appears all set with its 2020 Galaxy A lineup that bridges the gap between flagships and budget handsets. The South Korean tech titan today introduced a pair of smartphones under the series — the Galaxy A71 and the Galaxy A51. The two phones pick some of the most identifiable features from their more premium siblings in the Galaxy S and Note series, while still maintaining their relatively affordable prices.

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'OK Google, charge my car' - Assistant adds native control for chargers and batteries

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Also neat for vacuums and other battery-powered devices

Google Assistant started with native support for basic smart home products like thermostats and lights, but has since expanded to dozens more from locks to vacuums, cameras, kitchen appliances, bedroom furniture, and bathroom equipment. With today's addition of chargers, Assistant has upped its tally to 60 different product types.

Google explains that this new ability is made for devices that can charge others (i.e. regular chargers) as well as those that can store energy (i.e.

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3D puzzle adventure The House of Da Vinci 2 is out on the Play Store

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If you like The Room, you'll probably also like The House of Da Vinci

The House of Da Vinci is a well-received, crowd-funded puzzle adventure game that lets you take the role of Leonardo da Vinci's promising apprentice. After your master's disappearance, you have to comb through his house to find clues on what happened to him. Four years after the original title, the Slovakian indie studio Blue Brain Games has now released the aptly-named follow-up on the Play Store, The House of Da Vinci 2.

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Google Contacts can now find people you haven't saved to your account (APK Download)

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Even that friend who emailed you once six years ago

Google keeps a list of everyone you reach out to or receive an email from on Gmail. Even if you don't add that person to your contacts, you can easily find them in the "Other" category, accessible at contacts.google.com/other. However, there was no way to get to that list from the Contacts app on Android. Google has now rectified that oversight, but only in search results.

Simply start typing a name in the Contacts app and you'll get suggestions from your saved contacts first, followed by "Other contacts" from your various Google accounts.

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Android Auto Wireless now works on select Samsung Galaxy phones (Update: S20, Z Flip)

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Google promised over a year ago that the wireless version of Android Auto would work out-of-the-box on any Android 9.0+ phone, but that hasn't quite panned out.

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Huawei sues U.S. government, claiming equipment and services ban is unconstitutional (Update: Lawsuit rejected)

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In the never-ending Huawei saga, the Chinese company has decided to file a lawsuit in the Eastern District of Texas against the U.S. government for the latter's ban on the sale of equipment or services to government entities. Huawei asserts that said ban is unconstitutional.

The suit itself is in regards to Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which, among other things, mandates that the U.S.

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The Galaxy Z Flip's glass display fails at almost every level in JerryRigEverything's torture test (Update: Teardown)

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Durability test pokes holes in the phone's screen, polymer "protective layer" not enough to save it

Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip was billed as the first folding phone with a glass display, but thanks to a "protective layer," the top-most surface you actually interact with is only as durable as a plastic screen protector. In a testing video published earlier today, Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything showed off how easily the phone's display scratches, in the end, literally poking holes in it.

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