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  • [Deal Alert] RAVPower 26800mAh Type-C battery with USB-PD up to 30W on sale for $55.99 ($24 off)

    USB Type-C is great, but not all Type-C batteries are created equal. There are a lot of different charging standards right now, so one battery might fast charge a phone with Qualcomm Quick Charge, but it won’t fast charge a Pixel or work to power a Ty…

  • Pokémon Playhouse is an all-new Pokémon game for young children, and it’s completely free to play

    Right out of left field The Pokémon Company has just announced that there is a brand new Pokémon title available today for Android. It’s called Pokémon Playhouse, and it appears to have been designed as an official Pokémon game for a younger generation of Pokémon fans.

    First and foremost Pokémon Playhouse is a game geared towards children. While I’m sure that anyone can enjoy the more simplistic gameplay of this release, it is undoubtedly designed for kids between the ages of 3-5.

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    Pokémon Playhouse is an all-new Pokémon game for young children, and it’s completely free to play was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • This could be the first glimpse of the BlackBerry ‘Krypton’

    Krypton is coming.

    By now, it’s no secret TCL has more BlackBerry smartphones in the works. The device known as ‘Krypton’ has passed through the Bluetooth SIG, Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC already and according to François Mahieu, head of global sales for TCL, the full-touch device is expected to arrive at some point in October. Still, despite all of that information, the ‘Krypton’ has eluded being caught on camera, mostly. A recently posted image offers up what could be the first glimpse of the next BlackBerry.

    As posted on BBM Channels, the image purports to show off the back side of the BlackBerry ‘Krypton’, though, given the source itself seemed uncertain if it really was the ‘Krypton’ there’s certainly a bit of room here for speculation and debate. Given it’s only a small look at the backside, there’s not a whole lot that can be derived from the photo, but have at it in the comments. Does even this small look pique your interest?

  • Asus announces ZenFone 4 lineup for Europe

    Asus made the ZenFone 4 family official in North America recently, and now it’s Europe’s turn to get a preview of things to come. Five different ZenFone 4 devices will be rolling out to Europe in the coming months: the ZenFone 4 Pro, ZenFone 4, ZenFon…

  • BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition coming to Canada beginning as soon as next week

    A new KEYone color is coming to Canada soon.

    If you live in Canada and have been holding on waiting for the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition to be available, your wait is almost over. Amazon.ca, Walmart.ca, Staples.ca and more will begin offering the Black Edition beginning as soon as next week.

    “This has been an exciting year as we’ve introduced our reimagined BlackBerry smartphone to fans and customers here in North America, with overall market demand exceeding our expectations for the year,” said, Steve Cistulli, President and General Manager for TCL Communication, North America. “With introduction of BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition, we’re able to directly respond to our fans in Canada who have asked for additional styling and performance options within the BlackBerry KEYone lineup.”

    “The demand and excitement for the BlackBerry KEYone across the globe has been fantastic,” said, Alex Thurber, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Mobility Solutions, BlackBerry. “We cong…

  • How to disable icon notification badges on the Galaxy Note 8

    This could be your favorite feature … or it could annoy you every single day.

    Notification badges are a small but divisive feature that has sparked many an argument among smartphone users. Many users, particularly anyone who’s used an iPhone, greatly appreciate seeing that little circle on their app icons indicating the number of unread notifications. Notification badges have had a spotty but improving past on Android, and listening to demand, Samsung includes this feature in the Galaxy Note 8 — but it isn’t perfect, as not every app supports the pre-Oreo notification badge system Samsung uses.

    No matter which side of the issue you fall on, we can all agree that having a setting in the phone to turn off these icon badges would be a beneficial thing. Unfortunately, Samsung doesn’t give us such a setting, so we have to go our own way.

    To get this done, we have to start by installing an app from the Play Store. The app we’ve used with success is called BK Package Disabler (…

  • Best Samsung Gear VR games with controller support

    What Gear VR games need a controller?

    Samsung built the Gear VR so it didn’t have to rely on a separate controller, and most of the time that is awesome. The touch panel on the side of the headset lets you move around quickly and swipe to perform many different actions in apps and games, and it’s a lot of fun. Sometimes, either because you don’t want a single arm getting tired from playing for an extended period of time or because you want to be a little more discreet, a controller is what you need.

    Here’s a quick look at the games we like best when played with a Gear VR controller in hand, so you can have more fun in VR for longer.

    Read more at VR Heads

  • Here are 42 temporarily free and 30 on-sale apps, plus both Apps of the Week

    Welcome, everyone, to an impromptu app sales post. You may have noticed that yesterday’s was missing, and for that I apologize. To make it up to all of you, I compiled a list for today with all of the apps that I could find that have gone on sale since Monday — the normal scheduling will resume tomorrow (and it will likely be very short).

    Both Apps of the Week also make an appearance.

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    Here are 42 temporarily free and 30 on-sale apps, plus both Apps of the Week was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The Canon Rebel t6i DSLR camera is down to a great low price refurbished

    Canon’s “Pumpkin Spice Sale” is discounting already discounted refurbs by up to $450!

    Please stop pretending your smartphone photos are awesome just because you tilted the screen and put a sepia filter on them. Step up your photography game with a real camera – a digital SLR. Canon’s refurb store regularly has some of the best deals on DSLRs along with a full one-year warranty and great customer service. Right now Canon is having a “Pumpkin Spice Sale” discounting already refurbished cameras and lenses, similar to the Labor Day sale we shared a few weeks ago.

    The best deal in this sale is the Rebel EOS t6i camera, including one with the body and a 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM starter lens for $498.99. That’s a $95 drop compared to other refurbs and an almost $250 drop off a new kit.

    Learn everything there is to learn about the Canon t6i through DPReview.com’s in-depth break down of the camera. Too long, didn’t read: “The camera is an evolutionary follow-up to the T5i, adding a higher …

  • How to use multi window mode on the Galaxy Note 8

    Multitask using two apps on one screen with multi-window mode on the Galaxy Note 8!

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 delivers the tallest screen yet in this line of phones. This, of course, means that using multi-window mode is more awesome than ever before. We’ve got the details on how to use multiple windows with your Note 8 so that you never miss an email or a message!

    How to open multi window mode
    How to close multiple window mode
    How to rotate window placement

    How to open multi window mode

    Multi-window mode lets you have two apps open and available for use at the same time. There isn’t any need to set anything up, you just need to know how to launch multi window mode in order to get started.

    Open the first app you want to use.
    Press and hold the return button.

    Tap the multi window icon.
    Tap to select a recent app to open in multi window mode.

    How to close multi window mode

    While multi window mode can be handy in a lot of cases, you may want to close it when you don’t nee…

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