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  • [Deal Alert] The HP Chromebook x2 is $570 ($30 off) at Best Buy

    HP launched the world’s first detachable Chrome OS 2-in-1 back in April, and it went on sale the following month. The Chromebook x2 normally costs $599 with the keyboard dock and stylus included, but now you can get it for $569.99 – a $30 reduction in price.

    The Chromebook x2 is equipped with an Intel Core M3-7Y30 processor, 4GB RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. It has a 12.3-inch 2400×1600 display, with an aspect ratio of 4:3.

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    [Deal Alert] The HP Chromebook x2 is $570 ($30 off) at Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Score $20 off your $60 purchase of razors, Rogaine and more in this early Prime Day deal

    The easiest decision you’ll make today.

    Prime Day 2018 is one day away, but some Prime Day deals have already started. Shopping the early deals now is smart, because tomorrow is guaranteed to be as chaotic as it is fun. Give yourself one less thing to worry about amidst the Lightning Deal craziness that is sure to ensue by getting in on these discounts now.

    This new early Prime Day deal is one of the best yet. If you spend $60 on a selection of health and beauty products, Amazon will give you $20 off. Your discount will be applied automatically in your shopping cart once you add at least $60 worth of goods to your order.

    A few things are already on sale before your additional $20 discount. Note that some of these items have clippable coupons that can save you even more money, so be on the lookout for those as well.

    There are almost 100 eligible items to choose from. Options include shaving essentials, shampoo and conditioner, makeup, skincare, personal care, and basically everyth…

  • Keep your internet browsing encrypted with VPNSecure, now for just $20!

    Banking information. Mortgage payment history. Your important documents. Nearly all of your life is online these days, and while convenient that can be scary. There are tons of people out there who are looking to do malicious stuff, and we need to be sure that is in the back of our brains at all times. While you can’t avoid using the internet (in most cases), you can ensure that it is a secure connection when you do use it.

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    VPNs have become more and more popular as the time passes because people want to make sure that the information they are transmitting is getting to the right places. VPNSecure is a great option, and right now you can score a sweet deal on a lifetime subscription to the service. With it, you’ll be able to connect up to five devices at the same time, use unlimited bandwidth and more.

    Some of the key features include:

    Allows you to bypass geolocation blocks on your favorite streaming networks
    Encrypts your traffic so hackers can’…

  • Tech, streaming, and the beautiful game


    As I’m writing this, it’s a few minutes into the World Cup final between France and Croatia, a match that, if the bookies are right, will easily edge in France’s favor. Even as a casual soccer fan — I grew up obsessed with the Manchester United of the early 1990s, featuring an impenetrable Peter Schmeichel and poetry-in-motion Ryan Giggs, among many others — this tournament had me hooked from the beginning. There have been so many upsets, so many great penalty shoot-outs, and innumerable goals that just test the very foundations of physics; it’s just hard not to be emotionally invested in the outcome.

    While I’m a little disappointed that Brazil isn’t in the finals — the team is just so much fun to watch — I like the David and Goliath nature of this scrappy, young Croatian squad and the mature, confident French side. It’s sure to be a great match.

    But what really struck me about this World Cup was the availability of i…

  • How to save money when buying an Amazon Echo, Echo Dot or Echo Show

    You don’t have to pay full price for your next Echo device!

    Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve heard of Amazon’s Echo devices like the Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Show. Odds are that you may have even considered buying one for yourself at one point in time, but it is possible that you weren’t sold on the price tag of the device. Well, luckily there are a few ways to avoid paying full price and making your next Echo purchase even more affordable.

    We’ve seen all types of discounts on the hardware, from direct price drops to bundles, and refurbished options. These each have their own advantages and disadvantages, so let’s take a quick look at some of the ways to save. Keep in mind that having an Echo device around could end up scoring you exclusive deals and access to Amazon Prime Day discounts hours before others.

    Buy refurbished

    One of the easiest ways to save on an Echo device would be to pick up a refurbished one from Amazon directly. While you may be hesitant to buy …

  • Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) review: the A series’ ugly duckling

    Samsung presented a new addition to its Galaxy A range this year: the A6 (2018). We quickly tried it out to get an idea of the device and how it is different from the A8. Here are our thoughts.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Find My Device: Everything you need to know

    Find My Device lets you remotely track, lock, and erase the data on a lost or stolen phone.

    Find My Device easily lets you remotely track, lock, and erase the data on a lost or stolen phone. You can also see the battery life remaining on your phone and the Wi-Fi network it is connected to. It’s the easiest way to track a lost Android phone, though there are other ways, too.

    With the rebranding, Find My Device is now a part of Google Play Protect, a suite of services designed to protect your phone from malicious content. Google is leveraging its machine learning expertise to scan and verify the apps installed on your phone, and while the Verify Apps feature has existed since the Jelly Bean era, Google is making the process much more visible to users.

    Here’s what you need to know about Find My Device, and how you can set it up on your phone.

    Will my phone work with Find My Device?
    How to install Find My Device
    How to sign in to Find My Device
    How to see if your phone is discoverabl…

  • Facer introduces watch face games to help you kill time (and your smartwatch’s battery life)

    A day or two of uptime for a smartwatch is accepted as the norm these days — a sad state of affairs, indeed. So when a nifty feature is introduced, excitement is immediately doused with the reality that it almost certainly means conceding some already-scanty battery life. Facer recently announced watch face games for Wear OS and Tizen smartwatches, and they seem like a clever take on uber-casual gaming worth your while if you’re fine keeping that charger nearby.

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    Facer introduces watch face games to help you kill time (and your smartwatch’s battery life) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Call of Duty Black Ops 4: Everything you need to know

    Boots are back on the ground.

    It wouldn’t be a year in gaming without the annual Call of Duty release blessing the fall launch schedule. The last title we got was a non-Black Ops game, which means we’re due for another from the talented team over at Treyarch.

    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is poised to build on the previous game by implementing changes inspired by fan feedback and introducing some interesting new game modes that’ll change your expectation of what a Call of Duty experience is supposed to be. Here’s everything you need to know.

    What is Call of Duty: Black Ops 4?

    This is the latest game in the Call of Duty series, and, specifically, the fifth such game made by Treyarch, the studio which got its start with Call of Duty: World at War and exclusively made Black Ops games ever since.

    Black Ops games have never followed traditional Call of Duty standards in terms of story. They’re set in a dystopian-like universe that explores alternate realities. One of the games even strad…

  • I used an Android Go phone for a month, and it was terrible

    With the vast selection of pre-existing, inexpensive Android phones, Android Go and its worse-spec’d ~$100 handsets were quickly dismissed by many. To be honest, I shared the attitude, but I wanted to give the concept a fair shake before I shrugged it off as another well-intended but misguided effort on Google’s part. So I willingly gave up all my fun flagships—my Pixels, OnePluses, Essential, etc.—and spent one calendar-precise month as a digital monk on the mountain, using only my Android Go-powered Alcatel 1X.

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    I used an Android Go phone for a month, and it was terrible was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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