Archive for July, 2017

Serious about photography? Grab this mobile phone Gimbal stabilizer for $60 off! (Promoted Deal)

Phones are getting better and better cameras. There are many phones that can completely replace top end prosumer DSLR at this point. The Pixel, HTC U 11, and LG G6 all stand out as strong competitors from the past year, but even the Moto Z from last year was good enough for Sports Illustrated to […]

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Bluetooth battery level indicators are finally coming to Android

It’s a feature that has been on the Apple iPhone forever and if you’re reading this and thinking “well, my Android device has that”, then that’s because some OEM’s have included it in their skin. However, officially, stock Android does not include a battery level indication for connected Bluetooth devices. This simple icon provides an […]

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This $29 interactive web developer bootcamp gives crash courses in HTML, CSS, Java, and more

Ever thought about building your own website? Not with a cookie cutter template, existing platform, or turnkey solution, but with code. What’s stopping you? If you said it’s because you don’t have any experience, we’ve got you covered. Our Deal of the Day is a $29 bundle of training that covers full-stack web development. Indeed, […]


Comix Zone (Review)

Ah, Sega. No introduction necessary for them, I hope! Comix Zone was originally made for the Sega Genesis back in 1995 and has since been released on Steam, Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Game Boy Advance, as well as Android and IOS. It follows the story of Sketch Turner, who… gets trapped in his own […]

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Here are some of the best apps for ordering food

Feeling hungry in the middle of the night? All you need to do is grab your Android phone, fire up your favorite food delivery app to get your order served right to your door. You don’t even need to call your local restaurant and talk to a real person. In the 21st century, you can […]

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These headphones use AI to protect your hearing [Indiegogo]

There’s no arguing about it – AI is the next big thing in tech and it’s everywhere. We have AI-powered virtual assistants living in our phones, smartwatches, fridges and soon everywhere else. That’s why it’s not a surprise that Japanese/US consumer electronics brand, Nakamichi created a new pair of wireless headphones called Edge, which apparently […]

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GIVEAWAY: Win a Pixel or Pixel XL case from Caseology!

We’re back with another giveaway and today we’re hooking up our friends with Pixel devices. We’ve teamed up with Caseology to keep your pure Android devices protected and looking sexy as hell. We’re giving away one case each to three winners so make sure you enter RIGHT NOW. The Prize Caseology’s selection of cases for the […]

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HTC U11 to get Bluetooth 5.0 with future updates

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ were the first devices to launch with Bluetooth 5.0, and so should have the HTC U11. Unfortunately, the phone made a debut with Bluetooth 4.2 onboard. Luckily, it seems that HTC is prepping an update that will upgrade the U11 flagship to the latest Bluetooth standard. According to […]

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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier TUMI Special Edition lands with $449.99 price tag

Samsung recently announced it has entered a partnership with TUMI, a maker of world-class suitcases and travel bags, in order to offer a special edition of its Gear S3 Frontier smartwatch. The product dubbed Samsung Gear Frontier TUMI Special Edition is already available for purchase online through Best Buy or Samsung for $449.99 a pop. […]

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Verizon Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus get July 2017 Security Patch

Verizon have started pushing out the July Android security update to all Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus models. Verizon’s variants of the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus are currently receiving the update version G928VVRU3CQF3, with the Galaxy Note 5 being upgraded to the build N920VVRU3CQF3. While the updates deliver important Android security patches, […]

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