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  • Humble Mobile Bundle lets you get 11 Android games for $5

    Includes Alto’s Adventure, Pug’s Quest, FRAMED 2, and more.

    Ever since 2010, Humble Bundle has been the best way to buy awesome video games at excellent prices will helping to support even more awesome charities at the same time. The latest Humble Mobile Bundle is here, and it’s filled with a heap of awesome independent Android games that are all worth checking out.

    As usual with Humble Bundle, there are a few different tiers that you can choose from. If you pay $1 or more, you’ll get Invert – Tile Flipping Puzzles, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Alto’s Adventure, and Pug’s Quest. Pay $4.50 or more, and you’ll get all of the games included with the $1 tier in addition to Vignettes, Shooting Stars!, Tower Dwellers, and Caterzillar.

    If you want to go all the way and pay $5 or more, you’ll get FRAMED 2, The Bug Butcher, Snowball, and the other eight games that we just mentioned. That $5 tier comes with a total value of $35 worth of games, so in other words, this is absolutel…

  • AT&T announces new international Passport plans starting at $60

    Passport Gold and Silver are being replaced with AT&T Passport 1GB and 3GB.

    If you’ve ever traveled abroad and are an AT&T customer, you’ve probably ordered a Passport package before. AT&T Passport is the carrier’s program for offering international coverage while out of the country, and today it’s receiving a sizeable upgrade with plans that offer even more data and better value.

    AT&T’s Passport Silver and Gold plans are gone and have been replaced by Passport 1GB and 3GB.

    Both plans come with unlimited texting, unlimited Wi-Fi access at participating hotspots through the AT&T Global Wi-Fi app, and $0.35 per minute of talk time to any country. As the names suggest, the main difference lies with how much data each comes with. Passport 1GB comes with 1GB of data, whereas Passport 3GB comes with – wait for it – 3GB of data. Should you go over that allotment, you’ll pay an overage fee of $50 per extra GB that’s used.

    You can choose to get Passport 1GB…

  • Snag a Moto Z2 Play for just $350 right now

    Here’s a phone deal worth considering!

    Not all Android phones are created equal which is part of the beauty of the platform. In the recent years, we’ve seen a whole bunch of phones under $500 that are worth considering, and the Moto Z2 Play is one of them. Right now you can pick up an unlocked version for just $349.99, which is a savings of $150. It comes equipped with 64GB of internal storage, and can be expanded by using a microSD card. You can pick between the gold and black version, depending on your style preference.

    This variant will work on all major U.S. carriers, and the smaller MVNOs as well. In case you missed it, we did a full review of this phone, which the was summed up with saying:

    I love this phone. I don’t even want to go back to my Samsung Galaxy S8 right now because the Moto Z2 Play does everything I need it to, and has the deep (and growing deeper) Moto Mods ecosystem to help do what it can’t out of the box. That’s great.

    The price was something that was k…

  • Adobe Lightroom updated with improved auto settings, app shortcuts, and more

    Despite a bumpy start, Adobe’s Android version of Lightroom has become a capable and popular app for mobile photographers. It can process RAW files, apply filters, and it syncs across devices with a Creative Cloud subscription. Today, Adobe is rolling…

  • OnePlus turns four, celebrates with accessory discounts and prizes

    Celebrating four years of never settling.

    It’s hard to believe, but four years ago OnePlus was founded and started to tease its very first phone – the OnePlus One. The OnePlus One redefined what you could expect from a smartphone for just $300, and since then, OnePlus has continued to release excellent hardware at even better prices.

    In honor of its fourth birthday, OnePlus is running a few different promotions to help thank its customers.

    The first of these are discounts up to 30% off select accessories. Most of the savings are on cases and screen protectors for the OnePlus 5 and 5T, but you’ll also find a modest discount on the OnePlus Bullets Earphones V2.

    OnePlus also has some sort of exclusive gift box that it’ll begin selling on December 14 at 9:00 AM CET, and it’ll be filled with a “handpicked assortment of fan favorites.” No other details are given, but seeing as how only 500 of the boxes will be available for purchase, it’s probably something worth picking up.


  • Head of Google Lens engineering teases upcoming features for the platform

    Google Lens is one of the more incredible examples of machine learning in action. It’s one thing to take a picture, but it’s entirely another when you can use it as a means of learning more about the world around you. If you haven’t used it, you’ll just have to trust us – or read some of of our previous coverage – when we say that it’s highly nifty. And Google plans on making it even more useful in the future, with improvements for shopping, nature, new AR experiences, and a new OCR model for text recognition.

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  • Explore real savings with Oculus Rift + Touch virtual reality for $349

    The worlds are fake, but the savings are real.

    The Oculus Rift and Touch Virtual Reality System is down to $349 on Amazon. This bundle normally goes for $400. The last time it had a direct price drop this low was over the Black Friday weekend. Other than that, the best deals we’ve seen usually involve buying it at full price and getting a gift card. I’d rather get the discount, myself.

    Features include:

    Riftʼs ultra low-latency tracking offers unparalleled immersion
    The Oculus Touch controllers bring your hands into VR, letting you interact naturally with the virtual world
    NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti/AMD Radeon RX 470 or greater Graphics Card Required and a RAM of 8 GB+ RAM
    Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 SP1 64 bit or newer Operating System required
    Windows PC and internet connection required – review recommended specs to confirm system compatibility
    When you make the purchase, you’ll also get 6 free titles to start gaming with right away: Robo Recall, Luckyʼs Tale, Quill, Medium, Dead …

  • Best Racing Games for VR

    What are the best racing games for VR?

    If you’ve invested in a VR setup, like the HTC Vive or Samsung Gear VR, and haven’t yet tried a racing game, you owe it to yourself to at least experience it once. The speed, combined with the feeling of actually sitting in the driver’s seat, delivers an unmatched experience. Here are the best racing games you can grab right now.

    Read more at VRHeads

  • Samsung Galaxy A8 will have dual front cameras and infinity display, according to leaked manual

    Samsung’s most recent Galaxy A-series models were released at the start of this year, way back in January, so it’s safe to assume the next generation will make an appearance around the same time early next year. There have been plenty of rumors about the mid-range lineup, and we’re pretty sure the naming convention will be changing, with this year’s A5 and A7 becoming the A8 and A8+.

    New information coming from a leaked user manual confirms that the new A-series devices will have dual front-facing cameras and a Galaxy S8-esque ‘Infinity Display’ – or an 18:9 screen with minimal bezels.

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    Samsung Galaxy A8 will have dual front cameras and infinity display, according to leaked manual was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Practical Gear Gift Guide

    Practical gifts may not be on your loved one’s wishlist, but they’ll thank you later when they realize how much hassle you’ve saved them from dealing with. Cable management sleeves, velcro ties, device stands… anyway you give it, organization is a gift.

    Elevation Lab’s The Anchor under desk headphone mountIf space on top of your desk is at a premium, maybe the underside needs to pick up the slack. This mount hangs from below and gives you space to store your headphones without infringing on prime real estate.Amazon$10.95WishlistHeadphone stand and headset holderGive your headphones a home that isn’t just the nearest empty spot on the floor. This headset holder gives you quick and easy access to your headphones and lets you display your favorite pair proudly.Amazon$8.99WishlistTwelve South Fermata luxury headphone charging standIf you use micro USB-powered headphones, you can display them proudly on this stand while keeping them charged. It even has a port on the back to…

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