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Did you know that your English (Gregorian) Age is different than your Islamic (Hijri) Age? This app has multiple features. The app calculates conversion between the Gregorian Calendar and Hijri Calendar while simultaneously calculating your age, accurately,…

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  • These Nest Outdoor Camera Skins Could Extend Life of your Investment

    Keep your Nest cams safe from the elements with a silicone skin!

    Nest may be best known for its smart thermostats, but the Google-owned company also makes an outstanding line of outdoor cameras for adding a touch of security to your home.

    The Nest Cam Outdoor features IP65 weatherproofing, which means it’ll keep out dust and protect the internals from low-pressure water jets. But depending on where you’re installing in your home, the last thing you’d want is your $200 outdoor camera to break because of a spot of heavy rain.

    A skin will also protect the camera case itself from UV deterioration, and let you camouflage your Nest cam into the exterior of your home. Just know that you can’t put on the skins if your camera is already installed.

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  • HTC announces Desire 12 and 12+, with 18:9 screens and underwhelming hardware

    HTC’s mid-range devices have never been particularly exciting, and they usually aren’t priced competitively. The company’s last budget phone, the U11 Life, was overpriced with a scratch-prone acrylic back. Today HTC announced a new pair of budget phones outside of the U11 lineup – the Desire 12 and Desire 12+.

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  • Rachio introduces its third-gen Smart Sprinkler and wireless flow meter

    Staying in the know.

    Nearly two years after releasing its second-generation hardware, Rachio is back with the Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler and an all-new wireless flow meter. From an easier installation process thanks to the addition of 5 GHz wireless support, to enhanced weather data with Weather Intelligence Plus and a new long-range radio, there is a bunch of new stuff under the hood here.

    Alongside the new controller, the company has also announced a wireless flow meter which will give you highly accurate readings of the water that is flowing through your system so you can keep an even better eye on your usage. The Rachio app will now detect homeowners of leaks, and the system will automatically shut down to prevent damage and flooding.

    Pre-orders for the Rachio 3 and wireless flow meter are now live with a promotional pricing of $279.

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  • T-Mobile giving away a year of MLB.TV and free trip to MLB All-Star Week

    Both offers will be available starting March 27.

    Baseball season is right around the corner, and just like last year, T-Mobile is giving its customers a year of MLB.TV for free – something that usually costs $115.99.

    You’ll be able to redeem your free year of MLB.TV starting March 27 from the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, and once you get set up with it, you’ll be able to watch home/away games, have full DVR controls for pausing and rewinding the best moments, and have access to all the premium features found in the MLB At Bat app (a value of $19.99).

    However, that’s not all T-Mobile customers/baseball fans have to look forward to. Also on March 27 as part of T-Mobile Tuesdays, you can enter to win an all-expense-paid trip for two to the 2018 MLB All-Star Week between July 15th and the 18th in Washington, D.C.

    Rounding all this out, T-Mobile customers will also get a 25% discount at MLBShop.com and a 10 cents off per gallon coupon at Shell gas stations (up to 20 gallons).

    These o…

  • It’s now a little bit easier to change your country in the Google Play Store

    Changing Play Store countries is, on paper, a multi-step but straightforward process. In reality, however, you can see countless horror stories online of people trying to change their country setting and never succeeding to do so. Either they have mov…

  • [Incredibbble] Dribbble has acquired third-party Android app Rippple

    I’ve come across Dribbble a few times in my online life, often when a budding designer shares a concept of an app or idea for all to see. The service seems like a mix between a social platform and a portfolio showcase where those with an artistic penc…

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    I’ve come across Dribbble a few times in my online life, often when a budding designer shares a concept of an app or idea for all to see. The service seems like a mix between a social platform and a portfolio showcase where those with an artistic penc…

  • Rachio announces its Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler Controller with hyperlocal weather support for $249

    There aren’t a lot of people that get excited about sprinkler systems, but with how much we dig on smart home hardware, we’re some of them. That’s why we’re excited to announce that Rachio has just announced its third generation automated sprinkler ha…

  • Where to buy the Honor View 10

    Your options are limited, but there are some great deals right now.

    The Honor View 10 is one of our favorite smartphones in the $500 price range, and it finally starts shipping on March 23. If you’ve already pre-ordered it, then good news! You don’t have to do anything other than wait for your new phone to arrive.

    For the rest of us, there are a few places you can still get in an early order — and some even come with a discounted price already. We’ve rounded up the best places to buy the View 10, depending on your region.

    Honor (U.S.)

    If you’re in the U.S., Honor’s own site is currently the only place with View 10 inventory in stock. It’s available in black or blue, and comes with a free silicone case and Huawei’s AM116 headphones, but that’s not all. At the moment, Honor is throwing in a $30 gift card with View 10 orders, along with a “free 3 months [of] screen protection.”

    Honor is also running an online raffle for anyone who shares the link to the pre-order, including t…

  • BlackBerry Smartphone Fan League launches to reward loyal customers

    Share stuff on Twitter, take surveys, and win free smartphones.

    Thanks to the guidance of TCL, the BlackBerry brand once again has its place in the smartphone market. Following the release of the KEYone and Motion, BlackBerry and TCL are now taking time to focus their efforts on building up brand awareness with the launch of the BlackBerry Smartphone Fan League.

    To join the Fan League, simply head to its website, log in with either Facebook or Twitter, and you’ll then be able to participate in various challenges. These challenges include things like re-sharing social posts from BlackBerry Mobile, creating your own BlackBerry-related content, taking surveys, and recruiting other people to join the League.

    As you complete these challenges, you’ll earn points. As these points build up, you can redeem them for things like BlackBerry hats, mugs, laptop bags, and even brand-new phones. There’s a weekly prize bundle giveaway where you can win one of two prize bundles, as well as a monthl…

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