This week, I received a new Android phone in the mail. I removed its plastic wrapping, opened the top, unfurled the hastily-placed screen protector and turned it on. When I booted it up, I logged in with my Google account, restored from a backup of my Pixel 3, and waited for the 80 or so apps I regularly use to restore some or all of their user data.
This is my routine for getting a new phone, and it allows me to get up and running, thanks to Google Cloud Backup, in about 30 minutes. It’s a tantalizing and delightful taste of automation, but its usefulness is only as good, and as engaging, as the apps on my phone.
With the many distractions of modern life, it’s far too easy to forget to book yourself a table for Valentine’s Day or otherwise. Here are the best restaurant reservation apps for iOS and Android to make it easy.
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A good budget phone can provide all the features you need. The new Moto G7 Play is the latest cheap option from Motorola — but is it better than last year’s Moto G6 Play? We pitted them against each other to find out.
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Google has added an AR version of Childish Gambino to Playground for Pixel, so Pixel users can dance with him to a number of his hits, or simply pose for a selfie with the man himself.
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