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    Samurai sword-fighting has never been prettier.

    What is Ghost of Tsushima?

    We didn’t know much about Ghost of Tsushima when Sucker Punch (makers of Infamous) originally announced it at 2017’s Paris Games Week. That changed as of E3 2018, with the company giving us more details and even a first look at gameplay for the upcoming game.

    What we can say for certain is that it’s an open world samurai game. As you’d expect from that description, you’ll be spending a lot of time with a katana, but there are also elements of stealth involved. This makes it feel like a nice swirl of Way of the Samurai mixed with a little bit of Tenchu.

    Experience Feudal Japan

    Details on the game are still scarce, but the picture is starting to come into focus. You play as Jin Sakai, one of the last true remaining samurais back in the year 1274. This puts the game squarely in the middle of Feudal Japan, one of gaming’s most interesting settings.

    Unfortunately, a rising force threatens the state of thi…

  • You’re not the only one who doesn’t have Android Messages’ web client yet

    Waiting, and waiting, and waiting…

    This past Monday, Google announced one of Android Messages’ most long-awaited features — an official web client that allows you to send and receive texts right from your computer.

    The interface Google showed off looks incredibly sleek, but unfortunately for a lot of users, they’ve been left waiting for the update to drop without any clear indication as to when that’ll happen. Google’s rolling this out as a server-side update, meaning that it’s being expanded to more and more handsets over this week.

    Taking a quick look through the AC forums, we can see that some folks have already been graced with Google’s goodwill —

    Martin Holl
    06-19-2018 10:04 PM

    Got it. Looks alright, a bit delay in updating, but otherwise fine. If it works as I hope, it might replace Pulse on my phone.
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  • AT&T’s new ‘WatchTV’ skinny bundle is available — here’s what you need to know

    Welcome to the post-merger world.

    AT&T — the newly minted owner of Time Warner — today unveiled new wireless plans that include its new “WatchTV” skinny bundle. Customers who choose two new unlimited plans, called “AT&T Unlimited & More” and “AT&T Unlimited & More Premium” will be available next week and come with access to the WatchTV app, which includes 31 live channels.

    Unlimited & More is $70 per line. (Or $160 for a four-line bundle.) Premium runs $80 a line (or $190 for four lines) and also includes the option to add either HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Start, VRV or Pandora Premium or Amazon Music Unlimited to the mix. A standalone version of WatchTV will be available at some point for $15 a month.

    The Premium plan also include 15GB of tethering from your phone, and a $15 monthly credit that can be applied to a subscription to DirecTV, DirecTV Now or U-Verse (all of which, of course, are owned by AT&T). The regular “Unlimited & …

  • Google Assistant’s personal overview page is going live for some users

    In its everlasting quest to get information that matters to you, Google announced at I/O 2018 a new Assistant experience that would consolidate the stuff you care about most in a central Feed-like overview page. With a vague launch time of “this summer,” we didn’t have any exact timeline for the feature’s launch, but just as the calendar flipped over to “summer” officially, we received one tip of the new interface going live for a reader.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S9 review, 3 months later: Holding the high standard

    It’s the same great phone now as it was on Day 1.

    Amazingly, our original Galaxy S9 review was published over three months ago. There was a good amount of hype ahead of this launch, despite all the leaks, and the phone lived up to an overwhelming majority of it. Now, three months later, I want to go back to the phone with fresh eyes and months of experience to see how it’s held up after that initial review period.

    Certain parts of the phone experience just don’t lend themselves well to a two-week review period, but in an effort to provide buying advice to as many people as possible in a timely fashion with our review. But that’s also why we come back and revisit these phones on a regular basis. To show you what’s held up over time, what flaws have been uncovered, and how the phone stands in the market with a little age behind it. This is how the Galaxy S9+ has managed its first quarter in the wild.

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  • CBS All Access v3.0 brings a new design, account support, and more

    CBS All Access subscribers can now enjoy a redesigned and much-improved version of the Android app. The 3.0 update brings a brand new look, support for your CBS account, the ability to stream three channels of live TV, and more.
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  • Amazon Fire TV Cube is officially available today!

    And be sure to check out those trade-in discounts.

    Today’s the day, folks. Amazon Fire TV Cube is officially available. And that means a couple things. First is that for those who preordered, it’ll be in your mailbox or on your doorstep (or wherever you receive boxes of things) today. Not tomorrow, today. If you order one today, it can be here tomorrow. Because that’s how ordering things online works.

    The other thing you need to know is that Amazon is still offering up to $35 off a new Fire TV Cube if you trade in your old streaming device. That includes devices from Roku, Apple TV, and Chromecast, and it’s something you should definitely look into.

    Otherwise, Amazon Fire TV Cube will run you $119 — though it does still also come with a $10 credit to Amazon Prime Video when you activate your Cube. Huzzah!

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  • Hulu: Everything you need to know

    From $7.99 to $39.99 per month, Hulu has a lot to offer.

    Video streaming services are more popular than they’ve ever been, and one of the companies that’s been leading this charge since the beginning is Hulu.

    Founded in October of 2007, Hulu has long been one of the most popular services for TV fanatics. It’s gone through a lot of changes over the years, and the point we’ve now reached is pretty darn great.

    Whether you’re just now hearing about Hulu or want some clarification about its live television plan, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s everything you need to know about Hulu!

    On-demand streaming starts at just $7.99

    Similar to Netflix, Hulu gives its users on-demand access to a library that contains thousands of movies, TV shows, and original programs crafted exclusively for Hulu.

    The cheapest plan costs $7.99/month, and while you get access to all of the shows Hulu has to offer, you’ll watch them with small commercial breaks throughout. These commercials aren’t near…

  • Amazon Fire TV Cube with 4K playback, built-in Alexa, and IR control is now available for $119.99

    Amazon’s new Fire TV Cube, which was announced earlier this month, is now available for purchase and ready for shipping and delivery. The pre-order price of $89.99 is long gone, so you will have to fork the full $119.99 if you want one, however the deal on the bundle with the Amazon Cloud Cam is still available so you can save $40 by grabbing both for $199.98. Additionally, if you buy the Cube on or before July 1, you can redeem a $10 Prime Video credit before August 31.

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    Amazon Fire TV Cube with 4K playback, built-in Alexa, and IR control is now available for $119.99 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Amazon Prime Exclusive Phones: Everything you need to know

    Prime Exclusive Phones consist of quality handsets at discounted prices — exclusively for Amazon Prime subscribers.

    It’s hard to keep track of all the perks that come with an Amazon Prime membership, but if you’re an Android fan, one of the best ones is easily Amazon’s Prime Exclusive Phones.

    Prime Exclusive Phones are sold exclusively to Amazon Prime members, and this program allows you to purchase quality phones from LG, Motorola, and others at discounted rates. Here’s everything you need to know!

    June 21, 2018 — Moto Z3 Play and Moto G6 Play are now in the Prime Exclusive lineup

    The Moto Z3 Play is a solid upgrade to last year’s Z2 Play, but the $499 retail price doesn’t really make it stand out in this segment. Thankfully, Amazon is now making the Z3 Play available via its Prime Exclusive lineup, knocking $50 off the price of the device. The Prime variant of the Z3 Play retails for $449, and is now up for sale for Prime subscribers.

    The Z3 Play offers a 6.0-inc…

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