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  • Your unlimited plan is probably ripping you off: How much data Americans actually use

    The numbers are in and you probably don’t need an expensive unlimited data plan.

    Unlimited data plans are back. Here’s some insight into why that happened as well as a look at how much data we really use every month.

    We’ve recently seen all four major U.S. carriers introduce or revamp their unlimited LTE data plans. Multiple times. For some of us, this is great news: The folks who use upwards of 10GB of data on a line they pay for themselves found plenty of creative ways to hold on to older unlimited data plans, and sometimes that could be a hassle. Now they are available with a click of the mouse.

    Unlimited plans coming back to AT&T and Verizon are a direct result of tough competition in the industry.

    This wasn’t unexpected, really. Companies like T-Mobile and StraightTalk made people notice the cost vs. value proposition of a cell phone data plan. AT&T and Verizon enjoyed a consumer mindset that they offered something superior when for many, alternatives could be ju…

  • Samsung to bring ‘rose pink’ Galaxy S8+ to Taiwan for a limited time

    Taiwan is getting a limited editing ‘rose pink’ Galaxy S8+ next month.

    Samsung is known for adding colors to its flagship retinue in the months following a Galaxy launch, and we’re seeing the first signs of that strategy unfold.

    Starting in July, Samsung Taiwan plans to sell a ‘rose pink’ version of the Galaxy S8+ on its online store for a limited time, since artificial scarcity is the hallmark of a shrewd marketing campaign. It will cost TW 27,900, which is roughly $920 USD at today’s exchange rate.

    SamMobile reports that Taiwan prepped for the launch by rebranding its three existing Galaxy S8 colors to Ice Lake Blue, Smoked Purple Grey and Quicksand Gold from Coral Blue, Orchid Grey and Maple Gold, the last of which isn’t available in North America.

    What Galaxy S8 color should I buy?

  • Essential accessories for the OnePlus 5

    Unsure of where to go to equip your OnePlus 5? Let us help you in your time of need with this list of worthy things.

    Like its predecessors, the OnePlus 5 continues to be a worthy buy. It comes equipped with the same level hardware specifications as the rest of the flagship brood, in addition to 64GB of storage space, 6GB of RAM, and a bigger-than-the-average battery. The OnePlus 5 available for under $500, too, and you can use the rest of your savings to purchase some essential accessories.

    OnePlus Dash Type C Cable
    SEGMOI 4-pack Universal Smartphone Ring Grip
    UE ROLL 2 Volcano
    AUKEY 5000mAh USB-C Universal Power Bank

    OnePlus Dash Type C Cable

    Don’t get caught out of the house without a trusty, official Type C cable from OnePlus. This Dash charger cable is a mere $10 and worth purchasing in bulk to ensure you have a couple of backups around the house. This cable is compatible with the Dash charger that comes equipped with your OnePlus 5. It enables you to charge up to 60 perc…

  • Lenovo Flex 11 Chromebook review: Tough, durable and inexpensive

    The Lenovo Flex 11 is one tough SOB.

    The Lenovo Flex 11 Chromebook is a consumer version of Lenovo’s very solid Chromebooks For Education products. It’s built tough — rated to take a 2.4-foot drop and has a water resistant keyboard tray to keep spills out, but still comes in at a very reasonable $279.99. Finding a “rugged” Chromebook that’s not EDU branded and uber-expensive isn’t a common thing, so we were instantly interested.

    After a bit of time with it, the strengths outweigh the drawbacks and we like the Flex 11. It’s not the most powerful Chromebook we’ve tried but it wasn’t made to be. It’s a decent, solid performer designed to take more abuse than most other products in its class.

    We think the durability factor and low price make the Flex 11 a great Chromebook for kids or someone who tends not to treat his or her stuff all that respectfully. And while the body is pretty darn durable, the keyboard leaves a lot to be desired. Read on for our full take.

    See at Lenovo

  • Honor 8 Pro is launching in India on July 6, will be exclusive to Amazon

    Honor’s flagship phone is landing in India on July 6.

    The beastly Honor 8 Pro will be making its debut in India on July 6. The phone will be sold exclusively on Amazon India, and while there’s no information on how much it’ll cost, it is likely to be north of ₹40,000 if the UK pricing is any indication.

    The Honor 8 Pro features a 5.7-inch QHD screen, and is powered by the Huawei Kirin 960 — which has four 2.4GHz Cortex A73 cores and four 1.8GHz Cortex A53 cores. It is available with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM, and has 64GB of storage along with a microSD slot. There are two 12MP cameras at the back, with a monochrome sensor aiding the primary RGB shooter, and a fingerprint sensor sits below the camera array. Other details include an 8MP front shooter, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 4.2, USB-C, and a 4000mAh battery.

    Read: Honor 8 Pro review: Killer flagship

    Huawei’s previous offerings in the country — the Honor 8 and Huawei P9 — have largely failed to take off becaus…

  • How to stop Alexa from buying things

    These tips will make sure Alexa isn’t purchasing something when you don’t want it to.

    Alexa can make your life easier in dozens of different ways, including ordering items off of Amazon for you. However, just because you’re asking about something doesn’t mean you actually want to purchase it. Since voice ordering is turned on by default when you set up your Amazon Echo, you may want to know how to add security when making purchases, or turn off voice purchasing entirely.

    You can do it all right from the settings on your phone, and we’ve got the details for you!

    How to turn off voice purchasing
    How to add a confirmation code

    How to turn off voice purchasing

    Open the Alexa app on your phone.
    Tap the menu button that looks like three horizontal lines in the upper left corner of the screen.
    Tap Settings.

    Tap voice purchasing.
    Tap the button next to purchase by voice to turn off voice purchasing.

    If you still want to be able to purchase stuff, but want to prevent others from d…

  • The Amazon Echo is on sale for just $130 today

    The Amazon Echo is at its lowest price all year.

    The Amazon Echo is on sale for $129.99, a discount of $50 from its retail price of $179.99. That’s the lowest price we’ve seen on the full-sized Echo all year, and brings it to parity — at least from a price standpoint — with the Google Home.

    The deal is valid on both the black and white color options of the Echo, and is applicable until 11:59 p.m. ET. In addition to giving you access to Alexa’s considerable skill-set, the Echo is a pretty good speaker in its own right. If you’ve been eyeing the internet-connected speaker, now’s the time to bite.

    See at Amazon

    For more great deals be sure to check out our friends at Thrifter now!

  • First OnePlus 5 update brings bug fixes, camera tweaks

    OxygenOS 4.5.2 is now rolling out with bug fixes and stability improvements.

    The OnePlus 5 will be going up for sale starting tomorrow, June 27, but if you were able to get your hands on one during the company’s “early drop” sales event, there’s an update waiting for your handset. The OxygenOS 4.5.2 update comes in at just 36MB, and has fixes for app installation issues, camera tweaks, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and network stability fixes, along with better third-party app compatibility.

    For a majority of users, the update will be available as a day-one update, but if you already have the OnePlus 5, head to the phone’s settings to manually initiate the download. Haven’t yet figured out if you should pick up the OnePlus 5? Be sure to take a look at our detailed coverage.

    OnePlus 5

    Complete OnePlus 5 review
    Reviewing our first OnePlus 5 photos
    OnePlus 5 specs
    Which OnePlus 5 model should you buy?
    Camera comparison: OnePlus 5 vs. Galaxy S8
    The latest OnePlus 5 news
    Join the discus…

  • How to bring Harry Potter magic to your Facebook account

    Quickly, Potterheads, to Facebook!

    Wanna feel old? The first Harry Potter book was released 20 years ago today. Don’t let that bum you out, though. In celebration of this anniversary, Facebook has turned a few of your favorite words into spells you and your friends can activate on both the app and the website.

    Here’s how it works!

    Casting a Harry Potter spell on Facebook

    Unlike many other Facebook promotions, there’s no page you have to go and like to access these powers. All you need to do is create a post or comment with one of these words:

    Harry Potter
    Slytherin
    Gryffindor
    Hufflepuff
    Ravenclaw
    When you send the post, a little wand will appear and magic will erupt across your screen. After the post is live, you and any of your friends can click or tap on those words — which are now colored special for the celebration — and that same wand animation will appear again!

    What are you waiting for? Go have some fun!

  • VR porn: The Ultimate Guide [NSFW]

    VR porn isn’t a thing of the future. It’s here now, and easier to find and access then you may have thought.

    When it comes to watching videos on VR, one of the first questions many people asked was whether or not you’d be able to watch porn or other adult content. From apps that let you speak with camgirls, to full blown 360 degree adult videos, porn in VR is here and it’s making it’s mark. Whether you’ve got a Gear VR, Oculus Rift, or even Playstation VR, there is plenty of adult content just waiting for you out there.

    Read more at VR Heads!

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