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H.A.Y.S is a Data Protection System specifically designed for Android terminals. To work need Root and Busybox Installed. Currently supported languages (updating)??: ENGLISH, ITALIAN, FRENCH Email: hays.playstore@gmail.com…

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    French tech company Archos is largely known for its budget Android phones and tablets, but it has also been producing mobility devices for the past year (in Europe, at least). In case you ever wanted a scooter running Android, Archos has you covered with its new ‘Citee Connect’ scooter, which goes on sale this summer for €499.99 (about $617).

    The Citee Connect is equipped with large puncture-proof 8.5-inch wheels, a 250W motor, and a 36W battery.

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    Archos announces world’s first Android-powered scooter, will cost €499.99 ($617) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Prime Exclusive Moto X4 on sale for $249.99 ($100 off) via Amazon

    Motorola made some changes to its Prime Exclusive phones recently to make them less annoying but also less economical. They cost a bit more, but you don’t have ads on the lock screen anymore. The price isn’t a problem for the Moto X4 right now, which …

  • Samsung cuts rewards points for Samsung Pay in half

    Samsung fired up its own rewards program in late 2016 to promote Samsung Pay, and it later expanded to a few other products. Anyone who’s been serious about earning points with Samsung Pay might notice something has changed. Samsung is now only offeri…

  • Best Cases for the Honor 7X

    The Honor 7X is a great phone, so why not protect it with a great case?

    The Honor 7X is one of the latest phones in the Huawei subsidiary’s lineup, and we’ve called it one of the best budget phones you can buy. It’s fast, it’s long-lasting, and its display and cameras both outperform most similarly priced options.

    If you’re the proud owner of a 7X, you probably want to keep it safe. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best cases we could find.

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    Spigen Rugged Armor

    Spigen is one of the most recognizable and reputable case brands around, so naturally it’s the first choice on our list. The Rugged Armor provides full coverage protection for the Honor 7X without adding much bulk.

    Its TPU material is flexible and easy to apply, and uses a webbed inner lining to absorb shock from drops. The cutouts give full access to all of the Honor 7X’s ports, and the carbon fiber styling up top and…

  • Moto Tab review: Look elsewhere for your tablet needs

    The Android tablet market is a proverbial scarce wasteland these days. It has been quite some time since we saw something from Samsung or Asus, two of the last major stalwart players in this space (excluding Amazon, obviously). Tablets are not what they were in years past, though I personally still find having one useful for certain situations, despite Android leaving much to be desired in this aspect.

    In either an attempt to capitalize on a dead horse, or to jumpstart one, AT&T teamed up with Lenovo to “create” the Moto Tab, a device exclusive to the giant carrier and aimed at its DirecTV customers.

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    Moto Tab review: Look elsewhere for your tablet needs was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Apex Construct review: A great experience held back by PlayStation VR

    Interesting puzzles and beautiful world interspersed with moments of screaming frustration.

    The PlayStation VR community has been spending a lot of time in Sprint Vector lately, and while it isn’t a new virtual sport, Apex Construct will no doubt soon be hogging some of the spotlight.

    Developed by Fast Travel Games, it has been created from the start with story-driven VR content in mind. You play as someone called into a dystopian future world by Fathr, an AI created before “The Shift.” It seems that — no surprise — humans turned everything upside down with their experiments, and the world is now stalked by robotic spiders, dogs, and more.

    A narrator fills you in on what’s going on here, and you soon learn that the voice is that of Fathr. There’s another AI on the loose here named Mothr, created by a competing tech company before the world was rearranged. They seem to be at odds, and you immediately feel like you’re caught between the two, used as some sort of tool. Wh…

  • Best theming widgets for Android

    Finding widgets that work with one theme can be hard. Finding widgets that work with many is like a diamond in the rough, and here they are, ready to shine.

    Android has hundreds of thousands of home screen widgets out there for you to try out, from advanced widget creators to those that come with your favorite apps. Some are beautiful, some are extravagant, and some are refined, but above all, they have to work. Widgets have to earn their keep on my home screen, or they’ll be deleted and replaced with something I actually use.

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  • Job listings suggest that Spotify is working on its own smart speaker

    “Spotify is on its way to creating its first physical products.”

    Ever since Amazon came out with the Echo in 2014, the market for smart speakers has exploded into something that Google, Apple, and countless other companies are trying to dip their toes into. According to a new job listing, one of the next smart speakers could come from none other than Spotify.

    A new job listing was recently added to Spotify’s website for an “Operations Manager – Hardware Product.” Under the title for this position, it says “Spotify is on its way to creating its first physical products and setting up an operational organization for manufacturing, supply chain, sales & marketing.”

    Could a Spotify speaker stand against the Google Home and Apple HomePod?

    The Operations Manager will be in charge of Spotify’s distribution, supply, logistics, etc., and the streaming service notes that this person will also “contribute in the creation of innovative Spotify experiences via connected hardware….

  • Google Pay launches to replace Android Pay and Google Wallet

    The rebrand to end them all.

    At the beginning of the year, Google announced that it’d be merging its Android Pay and Google Wallet services under one new umbrella called “Google Pay.” A little more than a month since that announcement, the Google Pay app is now rolling out to users via an update on the Play Store.

    What does this change mean? Admittedly, not a whole lot. The Android Pay app on the Play Store is being changed to Google Pay, and while there’s a new logo and tweaked UI, all of Android Pay’s core functionality is still here. You can view all of your linked cards, pay for things in stores without having to first open the Google Pay app, and make payments online when you see a “Buy with G Pay” button.

    Google says that users in the United States and the United Kingdom will be able to use the main Google Pay app to send and receive money from friends and family members in “the next few months”, but until then, the Google Wallet app is being changed to Google Pay Send with …

  • Mega Man Mobile series for Android review: Malfunctioning robots

    What should be a celebration of an iconic video game series is dragged down by development issues.

    Nostalgia plays a huge role in gaming these days. As cool as games with jaw-dropping graphics are, more and more you’re seeing retro-styled titles or ports of 8-bit video game classics making their way to the Google Play Store.

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    Sega set the standard for how companies ought to go about re-releasing legacy titles to nostalgia-hungry smartphone gamer with its Sega Forever series. Another classic company, Capcom, also tried to cash in on this 8-bit retro phase in grand fashion last year, releasing the first six Mega Man games as mobile releases onto the Google Play Store:

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