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Ecto Harvest

The Ectos have been unleashed. Time to harvest! Let the ectos burst and top the highscore list in this addicting piece of match 3 goodness. Play for your own highscore or compete with all your friends on facebook. Just play the game, level up and…

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  • Project Fi now works with G Suite accounts

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  • 2 billion people use Facebook every month, despite its consistently subpar Android app

    Facebook has reached a new milestone.

    2 billion people now use Facebook every month, which is an incredible feat for a single platform to reach. On average, 800 million people “like” something on Facebook every single day. Surprisingly, over 1 billion people are using Facebook Groups every month. Those are just absolutely bonkers numbers to think about.

    From the perspective of those who use Facebook on Android to be part of that 2 billion group, it’s extra impressive because the Facebook Android app continues to be a pain. Between its huge size, regular battery draining updates, constant changing of settings and updates outside of Google Play there are plenty of frustrations that have pushed people to uninstall the Facebook app.

    But despite that, Facebook’s growth continues — and it’s not unfathomable that we could be seeing it reach 2.5 billion or even 3 billion monthly users in the future. That’s growth that any company would love to have in its sights.

  • [Deal Alert] Unlocked LG G6 on sale for $549.99 on Amazon

    The LG G6 was a definite improvement over the G5, but it wasn’t quite as impressive as the Galaxy S8 overall. However, the price of this phone has been dropping ever since launch, and now you can get a new G6 for $150 off. Amazon is now selling the unlocked LG G6 for a mere $549.99, matching a previous deal at B&H. The GS8 is a lot more spendy.

    This device is the US unlocked LG G6 (LGUS997), so you have a warranty and all the bands you could ever want.

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    [Deal Alert] Unlocked LG G6 on sale for $549.99 on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ChromeOS will eventually have a red-tinted Night Light mode

    ChromeOS development is on fire these days. Just yesterday we got news that we’d have a new setting for closing the lid on a Chromebook. And today we find out that a new Night Light feature is inbound and has just entered the Canary channel. If you’ve ever used Kindle’s Blue Shade, f.lux, or LineageOS’ LiveDisplay feature, then you know that this means. If you aren’t familiar with any of those, think a red-tinted mode for use at night. 

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  • What is an APN, and how do I change it?

    Having the right mobile network settings makes a difference. Here’s how to change them if you need to!

    Unlocked phones and alternative carriers are more popular now than ever before. Most every company makes an unlocked model or two that you can buy directly from their website or a retailer like Amazon with the necessary parts and software to use it on any GSM network around the world. And when you don’t have a phone that’s tied to a carrier through financing you’re free to try other carriers and see who offers what’s best for you.

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    Based on their information, they’re expecting the Note 8 to look like a combination of the Note 7’s thicker body with even smaller bezels and the Galaxy S8+’s tall screen. The dual curved glass design, covering an expected 6.3-inch display, is complemented by more tightly curved corners and a metal frame. 91Mobiles claims the phone is 162.4 x 74.5 x 8.4 mm — roughly 5 mm taller and 1 mm wider than the Galaxy S8+.

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    Galaxy Note8 gets revealed from all angles in render form, sports dual rear cameras and a 6.3″ display was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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