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  • Free Talk, Text, and Data plan forever w/ Samsung Galaxy S5 for $119.99 from FreedomPop [Sponsored Post]

    Do you like deals on Samsung phones? How about free service to go with those phones? Well, you can get a Samsung Galaxy S5 along with a free talk, text, and data plan on a nationwide CDMA network for the life of the phone from FreedomPop for just $119.99. 

    Let’s start with the phone. This is a certified pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S5. For those who may not remember this phone so well, the S5 is going to be better than just about anything in this price range.

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    Free Talk, Text, and Data plan forever w/ Samsung Galaxy S5 for $119.99 from FreedomPop [Sponsored Post] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Accessories for Samsung DeX

    Equip your desktop-wannabe with the right peripherals for taking it on the road with the Galaxy S8.

    The Samsung DeX helps unlock the desktop experience that’s hidden deep within the code in your Galaxy S8 or S8+. If you’ve purchased one with the intention of getting work done on the road, however, you’ll want to equip it with the right stuff. Here are some suggestions on what to grab if you’re grabbing the Samsung DeX.

    Logitech MX Anywhere 2
    Arteck HB030B wireless bluetooth keyboard
    Anker SoundBuds slim wireless headphones
    Tera Grand retractable HDMI cable
    Bagsmart Electronics Travel Organizer

    Logitech MX Anywhere 2

    The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse has been my favorite since its first-generation iteration many years ago. This portable mouse works anywhere – on a desk, on glass, on high-gloss finishes, and even on your naked knee. It also offer dual wireless connectivity, so you can connect it to the DeX with the tiny Pico Unifying receiver or simply pair it vi…

  • The difference between Oculus Touch, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR controllers

    Are all VR motion controllers the same?

    It doesn’t matter if you’re a PlayStation VR owner, an Oculus Rift Day One backer, or exploring the universe in an HTC Vive, there are now controllers for each that allow you to reach out with your real arms and interact with the virtual world.

    But are all of these controllers equal? Does it really matter if you’re using the aging PlayStation Move controllers instead of the futuristic Oculus Touch? If an app was built with Vive controllers in mind, is the experience identical everywhere? Is there such a thing as a “best” motion controller? Let’s take a look!

    Read more at VR Heads!

  • Google Play promo codes are now available in 8 more countries

    If a developer wants to give some paid content away, usually the best way for them to do this is with a Google Play promo code. This has always been dependent on where you live, as they’re supported in some regions but not others. Now, Google has added 8 further countries to the list of those that support the codes. They are as follows: Belgium, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, and South Africa.

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    Google Play promo codes are now available in 8 more countries was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • HTC U11 review: Back in the running

    HTC needs something to get it back in the conversation with today’s flagships.

    The launch of HTC’s new “U” series of phones came with a flagship-sized hole in the middle of the lineup. The U Ultra was too big and too expensive, while the U Play was underpowered and short on value for the money.

    With the launch of the U11, HTC is not only filling that flagship spot in the 2017 U series but also trying to create a proper successor to the HTC 10 to be the leading device of the year. Just a couple months after the U Ultra launched, the U11 arrives with a faster processor, improved battery life, a more compact body, better camera and perhaps most importantly a proper price.

    With the big improvements, not only does the U11 make you wonder why the U Ultra exists — but it also makes you start considering it right alongside the flagship competition of 2017. That’s something that happened only briefly with last year’s HTC 10, and we’re going to see if the HTC U11 has what it takes in …

  • Google Maps v9.54 prepares to add saved locations for your school and gym, notification channels, and what looks like a task list [APK Teardown]

    An update to Google Maps v9.54 began rolling out to users through the beta channel yesterday, but it doesn’t appear to have any visible changes going live quite yet. However, a teardown of the apk does bring a few hints about what to expect in the fut…

  • Nova Launcher beta brings Android O’s notification dots

    One of Android O’s newly announced features at I/O is notification dots on app icons on your homescreen. Much like iOS or plenty of third-party Android launchers and add-ons, O will add a little dot to your app icon to tell you that you have a notific…

  • How to customize Hello Bixby on the Galaxy S8

    Make the most of Hello Bixby with a little customization.

    Bixby is Samsung’s take on the virtual assistant, offering a similar experience to Google Now on the Galaxy S8 and S8+. You can access Bixby either by swiping right on the home screen or by pressing the Bixby button (on the left of the S8, below the volume buttons) at any time.

    But Bixby is only going to be useful if you make it your own. Here’s how to customize your Bixby experience.

    How to customize your Hello Bixby cards

    Feeling overwhelmed by all the content displayed when you check Bixby? It’s set to display content from all supported apps by default to showcase everything it can do. Fortunately, it’s quick and easy to customize your Bixby experience

    Press the Bixby button or swipe right to access Hello Bixby.
    Tap the settings icon in the top right corner.
    Tap Hello Bixby cards.

    Tap the switch next to all Apps
    Tap the switch next to the apps you want to see on Bixby.

    Bixby only currently supports a limited number…

  • Red, white and blue sale: Save 25% on Android accessories!

    In honor of the brave men and women who gave their lives for our country, we’re offering 25% off all Android accessories at ShopAndroid.

    Starting today until Wednesday, May 31, you can pick up a new case, quick charger, screen protector or wireless charger for your Android device and enjoy a 20% savings by using coupon code: MD17 at checkout. There’s an extensive selection of Android accessories to choose from, along with a convenient 60-day return policy and free shipping on all orders over $50 in the US and Canada.

    Save big on accessories for the latest devices including the Samsung Galaxy S8, LG G6, Google Pixel and OnePlus 3. Haven’t upgraded just yet? No problem — we’re fully stocked on accessories for favorites like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S7, Droid Turbo 2 and many more!

    Take your time, browse, and enjoy your Memorial Day weekend!

    Let’s go shopping
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  • Hello Motorola: The oldest phone maker plots its grand comeback

    Motorola is aggressively trying to court phone buyers with old ideas and new tricks.

    By Motorola’s own admission, it wasn’t in a great spot just a year ago. Its third-generation Moto X line hadn’t sold quite as well as previous years despite enormous technical improvements, and the integration into newish owner Lenovo had been hitting some bumps.

    Chief among them was how to integrate Motorola’s brand equity and enormous technical mastery into Lenovo’s sprawling worldwide distribution network. Would Motorola be subsumed into Lenovo, leaving just remnants of the world-renowned phone maker, or would Lenovo let Motorola stand on its own, as previous owner Google managed to do.

    When the company unveiled its Moto Z lineup last June, consisting of the ultra-thin Moto Z and ultra-strong Moto Z Force, more emphasis was placed on the accompanying modular attachments — Moto Mods, as they’re called — than the phones themselves. Sure, the Moto Z was the first phone in the U.S. to…

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