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Brian Reigh

Brian Reigh is a contributor at Android Authority, covering all Android-related news and features. He has always been passionate about technology, especially mobile phones. He is a recent alum of Dartmouth College and is currently in law school.

Brian's Posts

Google to match Apple by lowering app subscription fee to 15 percent

Starting January 2018, the search giant will reduce the amount of money it charges app developers for app subscriptions from 30 percent to 15.
by Brian Reigh1 day ago

You may not want to place your Pixel 2 in a pocket full of coins

Zack from JerryRigEverything is back, and he's here to reveal just how fragile the exterior paint of the Google Pixel 2 can be.
by Brian Reigh1 day ago

Here’s how Portrait Mode works on the Google Pixel 2

Google’s recently-announced Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL can mimic DSLR’s depth-of-field effects despite having only one camera on the back. But how?
by Brian Reigh3 days ago

Nokia 7 is officially announced: Will “Bothies” finally become a thing?

The newly-announced Nokia 7 comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p screen, 3,000 mAh battery, and a 16-megapixel camera with f/1.8 aperture.
by Brian Reigh3 days ago
 
 

Google Calendar for web gets a beautiful design overhaul

Google Calendar for web is finally getting the long-awaited Material Design update along with a handful of new features for business users.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago

Advanced Protection Program is Google’s answer to targeted online attacks

The newly-announced program goes beyond the regular two-factor authentication. It’s designed to provide Google’s strongest security.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago

Project Loon may become Alphabet’s next spinoff company

A balloon-delivered wireless service project that began as a part of Google in 2013 might soon be spun off into its own company.
by Brian Reigh7 days ago

Following heavy criticism, OnePlus makes changes to its data collection policy

In addition to explicitly allowing users to opt out of data collection, OnePlus will no longer gather phone numbers, MAC addresses, and Wi-Fi information.
by Brian Reigh7 days ago

Google wants to prevent technology from simply replacing humans

The search giant outlines three ways to help address concerns that US workers might be left behind in the next Industrial Revolution.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago

How to cope with depression in the connected age

In the age of technology, what kind of apps could help with depression, something that affects more than 300 million people around the world?
by Brian Reigh1 week ago
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