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Alien Rescue Episode 1

Alien Rescue is a shoot-em up arcade action game with engaging gameplay, beautiful graphics and marvelous effects. Enjoy this fast paced 2D game, the story and the challenges. Unlock achievements andĀ face countless waves of enemies while trying to…

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    A refurb worthy of your purchase!

    Amazon currently has the Acer Chromebook 15 on sale for $224.99 in certified refurbished condition. It’s being sold directly from Acer’s recertified store and comes with a minimum of 90-days of warranty coverage in case you run into any issues, but each one is tested to work and look like new before as part of the refurbishment process. It has a 15-inch display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and obviously runs Google’s ChromeOS.

    There may not be a ton of local storage, but keep in mind that Google offers 100GB of Google Drive space to help keep your files backed up in the cloud. This price is good for today only, so be sure to grab one now!

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  • Best Cheap Bluetooth Speakers Under $50 in 2018

    Want to fill your house with lovely music? Check out these wireless speakers!

    Nothing makes a party better than some music. And nothing makes playing music easier than a Bluetooth speaker, especially as more and more phone manufacturers omit the 3.5mm headphone jack. Fortunately, you don’t need to spend a fortune just to make your tunes louder.

    These are the best cheap Bluetooth speakers under $50!

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    Anker leads the pack when it comes to inexpensive accessories, and they have four great cheap speakers to choose from. “Cheap” doesn’t mean “junk”; these are well-built products that can withstand your day to day use. The best speaker for most people will be the standard Soundcore 2: this is a compact speaker that offers 24 hours of battery, 12 watts of sound, and surpr…

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  • The Amazon Fire TV Stick, Echo Dot, and Instant Pot were this year’s Prime Day best-sellers

    More than 100 million products purchased worldwide.

    Now that the huge 36-hour event is over, Amazon is offering us a quick look inside some of the successes of Prime Day 2018. As we expected, this was the biggest shopping event that Amazon has ever had, beating out previous Prime Day events, as well as Black Friday and Cyber Monday when comparing the same lengths of time. During the 36 hours, Prime members purchased over 100 million products around the world, and while the best-seller list varied by region, there were some clear standouts.

    Amazon’s Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot lead in overall sales for the whole day, which isn’t overly surprising given that the deals were available 12 hours before the event started and Amazon had slashed the prices by around 50% on each. Philips Hue lights, Instant Pots, SanDisk SD cards, and more were popular across several regions, and Amazon says it welcomed more new Prime members on July 16 than any other single day in its history.

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  • Huawei Nova 3 has four cameras, a Kirin 970 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and an affordable price

    Huawei has a tendency of overcrowding various Asian and European markets with fairly similar devices released both under the company’s own name and the online-focused Honor sub-brand. But the all-new Nova 3 certainly feels special, even if it looks a lot like the P20… and the Honor 10.

    The Chinese OEM says the mid-range Nova series has endured a “turbulent two years in the market,” which might explain the third-generation model’s use of a flagship Kirin 970 SoC.

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  • Twitter Moments revert from vertical layout to card-like interface

    Twitter can’t seem to decide how to best present Moments. Late last year, Moments started showing up as vertically-scrolling lists, a less attractive but more functional layout. Now, they’re back to a horizontal, card-style layout.

    Twitter Moments back at it with the horizontal cards.

    We’re seeing the behavior on both version 7.54 and beta version 7.55 of the Twitter app. The change is especially odd considering Twitter announced last month that Moments would be arranged vertically going forward — and that their research showed that the vertical layout led to more user engagement.

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  • Google defends Android following $5 billion fine from European Commission

    The EC claims Google is too heavy-handed with its services on the OS.

    Less than a week ago, a report claimed that the European Commission was in talks to fine Google for heavily pushing its software/services on Android. The EC has since made that news official and is charging Google €4.3 billion (around $5 billion USD).

    Margrethe Vestager is one of the people leading this charge against Google, and according to her, Google’s acted illegally by requiring Android OEMs to pre-load Google Search and Chrome onto Android phones, pay manufacturers to exclusively install certain Google apps over competing ones, and prevent them from selling any sort of smart device that runs a “forked” version of Android.

    Google’s since said it plans on appealing the fine, and shortly after it was issued, CEO Sundar Pichai published a blog defending his company’s treatment of Android.

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  • Best Action Games for Android

    Get your blood pumping with these action-packed games for Android

    There are so many awesome action games in the Google Play Store, it can be hard to sort the wheat from the chaff. But we’ve done the heavy lifting for you and after hundreds of hours of playing, we’ve rounded up the best action-packed games for Android that are worth checking out.

    Many of the games on this list are paid apps which might give you pause, so you’ll need to trust us when we say these games are well worth the initial investment. Plus, it’s always good to support those teams developing great games for Android!

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