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    Summer is here, and it feels like it will never end.

    The days are longer, the days are hotter, and there’s not nearly as much to do when going outside feels like walking into an oven. Summer is about staying cooler and staying entertained, and we can kill two birds with one stone by putting some cool new themes onto our home screens. A new theme can make your phone seem like a brand new toy, no matter how long you’ve had it. And if that theme reminds you cooler locals and cooler characters, it can help chase away the miserable thoughts of how miserably hot it is outside your doorstep.

    And if they happen to be Disney? Well, that’s just some nice, cool icing.

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    Rivers of Light debuted at Disney’s Animal Kingdom back in February, but let’s face it, an outdoor spectacular of projections, lights, and water like this was meant for summer! The nighttime pageant pays tribute to two of the most fundamental building blocks for life on earth: water and light, two things that ar…

  • Assistant’s Actions on Google could soon work in French, German, Japanese, and yes, Italian

    Google doesn’t make things very easy for us to explain or for users to understand. For example, while Google Assistant can speak English, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish in Allo, it can only speak US English on Android phones but it can talk in different English dialects plus German on Pixel devices. Oh and it supports English, French, and German on Google HomeTo make matters even worse, the third-party developer branch of Assistant, Actions on Google, only works in US English now but Google is implementing more languages and we already know British English will be supported next.

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    Assistant’s Actions on Google could soon work in French, German, Japanese, and yes, Italian was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Buy’s Cyber Monday in July deals are live: iPad (2017) for $280, 4K TVs under $400 and more!

    Best Buy is running its Cyber Monday in July sale, and our friends at Thrifter are here with some of the best deals from it!

    Following its Black Friday in July sale, Best Buy is back with a Cyber Monday in July sale. From appliances for your home to a new speaker system for your car, a new iPad for an upcoming present to a new TV for your living room, there are a ton of deals here you’ll want to check out. Much like regular Cyber Monday deals, these prices are good for just today, July 24, so don’t miss out!

    32GB Apple iPad 2017 – $279.99 (Was $329.99)
    Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats3 – $119.99 (Was $199.99)
    55-inch Hisense 4K HDTV – $399.99 (Was $529.99)
    HDHomeRun Connect Dual OTA DVR – $79.99 (Was $99.99)
    TP-Link Archer C7 Dual-Band Router – $74.99 (Was $89.99)
    You can also save $5 on select smart lights and outlets, up to $20 on select video game titles, and grab select seasonal K-Cup 18-packs for just $5.99. Be sure to shop the whole sale so you don’t miss out on any of the deals!

  • The best alternatives to T-Mobile

    If you like T-Mobile’s coverage, check out these alternatives that use T-Mobile’s coverage.

    ]T-Mobile](/t-mobile), like the rest of the Big Four U.S. carriers, is keen on selling access to MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators). This is great: it benefits T-Mobile (income without any investment), the MVNO (no need to build its own network), and us (more choices at different prices).

    And a lot of MVNOs use T-Mobile’s network, either exclusively or in combination with other carriers. They cover just about every price point, offer options with large buckets of data, and can duplicate most of the experience of having a “proper” T-Mobile account. You can find a full list of them below, but we’re going to focus on a few options users like you have called the best and that we agree belong on this list.

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  • Grab two Amazon Echo for $20 less than the normal price of one

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with another Echo deal you won’t want to miss!

    Amazon has run a number of great deals on the Echo lately, and here we have another one. You can pick up a pair of Amazon Echo for just $159.98 at Amazon today with the coupon code ECHO2PACK, or you can grab one of them for $129.99. Normally, you’d be paying $179.99 for just one Echo, which means that you are saving $50 if you opt to go for just one, or a savings of $200 on the regular price of buying two Echos.

    Obviously, the real deal here is on the two-pack, so whether you need two of them or not, it’s the one you should buy. Whether you sell one to a friend for a few bucks or give it away for a present, the second Echo for $30 is a no-brainer. Both the black and white versions of the speaker are available at the discount, and you can mix and match them as well.

    As of right now, the black Echo is set to ship on August 11 and the white version will be available on August 13. Waiting …

  • Galaxy Note 8 may get a ‘Deep Blue’ color option, Bixby-powered earphones

    Samsung is mulling a ‘Deep Blue’ Galaxy Note 8.

    With the launch of the Galaxy Note 8 just under a month away, the rumors are flying in thick and fast. The phone is likely to sport dual rear cameras along with a 6.3-inch Infinity Display, and a tweet from WinFutures Roland Quandt suggests Samsung will introduce a new “Deep Blue” color option.

    Samsung Galaxy Note8 coming in Black, Orchid Grey and a new Deep Blue. At least.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 22, 2017

    There’s no render to give us a look at the new color option, but we should know more in the coming weeks. Alongside the Deep Blue variant, the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to come in Midnight Black and Orchid Grey hues.

    Another rumor from South Korea’s ET News claims that Samsung is looking to develop Bluetooth earphones powered by Bixby. The earphones are set to launch alongside the Note 8, but the publication notes that Samsung hasn’t figured out whether to bundle them in the box or sell them as a separate accessory.

  • Nokia 3, 5, and 6 are now available in Australia

     

    As the revival of the Nokia brand by Finnish company HMD Global continues to gather pace, its latest products are now available to buy in Australia. The Nokia 3, 5, and 6 were announced earlier in the year, much to the joy of our long-time Nokia enthusiast, Rita. The intriguing flagship Nokia 8 is on the horizon and the Nokia 6 was recently released in the US. Now, the company is extending the global availability of its low to mid-range devices.

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  • Tor-based “Briar” messaging app enters public beta

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  • 6 awesome Google Home commands you may not know

    These commands will help you get the most out of Google Home.

    Google Home has tons of great features that allow you to keep better track of things. If you aren’t sure what it’s really capable of, or how to use it, then it can be hard to get started. That’s why we collected the six great commands you may not know about. These includes listening to music, checking your schedule, controlling your home, and more. We’ve got all the details for you here!

    Look up travel times
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    Listen to music
    Check your schedule
    Control your home
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    Look up travel times

    Google Home is able to access local traffic patterns in order to give you an idea of what your daily commute looks like. It goes much further than that, though. You can specify the route you want to take, which means you can avoid taking the highway if you prefer the scenic route. While you can program in your work address and get info about your commute, you can also ask Google Home how long…

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