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  • HMD Global, the company behind Nokia phones, just raised $100 million

    Around 70 million Nokia handsets were sold in 2017.

    Last year, a company by the name of HMD Global revived the Nokia brand and started releasing a heap of Android and feature phones under the iconic name. 2017 proved to be rather successful for HMD, and to ensure things stay that way, the company recently raised an additional $100 million in funding.

    According to Reuters, new investors include FIH Mobile (a subsidiary of Foxconn) and DMJ Asia Investment Opportunity. Jean-Francois Baril, a former Senior Vice President at Nokia, lead this latest round of funding.

    HMD Global sold around 70 million Nokia phones in 2017, resulting in total sales of $2.1 billion.

    Per HMD Global CEO Florian Seiche —

    Our aim is to be one of the leading players in the global smartphone market, and our initial success strengthens our confidence that we can continue on our growth path in 2018 and beyond.

    Nokia’s already announced a heap of phones for this year, with some of the highlights being …

  • Get the training required to pass the CompTIA Security+ exam for just $59!

    When it comes to data security, CompTIA is the golden standard of certification. If you’re interested in a career in data security, you’ll need to pass the Security+ (SY0-501) exam

    The problem here is that the training covers a broad range of topics and the courses required are usually not cheap. Right now, however, Android Central Digital Offers has a deal on the 2018 CompTIA Security Certification Training Bundle, you’ll pay just $59. That’s 98 percent off the regular price!

    This training bundle contains 14 courses with over 140 hours of content included, which covers everything from everything you need to know to pass the various IT certification exams.

    If you’re interested in becoming a certified data security specialist, this is the course you need. Don’t wait too long — this price is only here for a limited time.

    See at Android Central Digital Offers

  • What We Use, 2018 Edition: The stuff Ryne can’t live without

    I’ve been here at Android Police for over a year, now, fighting my way up the ranks and RSS feeds. So far I’ve succeeded, and having the opportunity to spend my days writing about technology has been incredible. As a result of that, I’ve accrued a ton…

  • Where To Buy an Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+

    Your phone doesn’t have to come from your carrier.

    You can buy a Galaxy S9 or S9+ just about anywhere, and in the U.S. most people will typically buy directly from their current carrier or one they’re in the process of switching to. But you don’t have to buy from a carrier — you can buy a GS9 or S9+ unlocked, and even have a choice of multiple retailers from which to get it.

    The U.S. unlocked Galaxy S9 is designed to work on all major carriers, including Verizon and Sprint, and in terms of hardware it’s identical to what you’d get from those carriers. There are differences in software, too, but for the better — you don’t have carrier customizations or pre-loaded apps to contend with. There are also zero hoops to jump through if you ever want to switch carriers — being unlocked from the get-go, you can just switch SIMs and be on your way.

    You really should consider buying your Galaxy S9 or S9+ unlocked — and when you do here are the places you can buy one, a…

  • Connect another light to your smart home with the $17 TP-Link soft white LED bulb

    Ok Google, turn on the living room.

    The TP-Link soft white dimmable A19 smart LED bulb is down to $17.27 on Amazon. This smart bulb fluctuates a lot in price, but it has been holding steady around $20 or more for the last few months. This drop is one of the best we’ve seen since the holiday shopping season last year.

    TP-Link’s smart bulbs are some of the easiest to set up. They connect quickly to your smart home and work with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Microsoft’s Cortana. The Kasa app works on both Android and iOS and lets you turn your light on and off from anywhere. The bulb is dimmable so you can make it as bright as you want it to be. Users give this series 4.1 stars based on 4,329 reviews.

    I use a TP-Link Kasa smart bulb with colors. It’s currently $38, but if you really want the ability to change from white to blue to orange, that’s the one you want.

    See on Amazon

  • GRID Autosport for Android: Everything you need to know

    Start revving your engines — GRID Autosport is on its way to Android!

    There are a ton of great racing games available for Android, and they all bring something fun and interesting to the table.

    But sometimes you just want a pure, realistic racing experience. Android has a couple racing sims available, but nothing that will compare to GRID Autosport. Developed by Codemasters Racing and Feral Interactive, GRID is set to finally cross the finish line and arrive on Android in the coming months — and we’re confident it’s going to be worth the wait!

    What makes GRID Autosport is so special?

    This game is made by Codemasters Racing, so you know it’s good.

    Oh, you need more than that? Well, besides the fact that it’s made by the premier racing game developers in the industry, the game is aiming to take the graphics, gameplay, and glory you experience playing games on console and bring the experience to mobile. Who doesn’t want that?

    GRID will feature 100 cars to collec…

  • Orbit’s discounted smart irrigation controller will help you save money every month

    Keep it green for less.

    As part of its Gold Box deals of the day, Amazon is offering some pretty sweet discounts on a variety of Orbit’s popular irrigation products. The best deal here is the B-hyve smart sprinkler controller, which is down to $68.20. This normally sells for closer to $100, and we’ve never seen it drop quite this low before. It’s similar to the discounted Rachio system, except it comes in at a fraction of the price with many of the same features.

    If you don’t already have a sprinkler system installed at your house, you can opt for the Yard Enforcer motion activated sprinkler for $40.99. This stakes into the ground and you run a hose to it. You can set it to automatically detect motion to activate, which will help keep those unwanted guests from overtaking your garden. Lastly, the programmable hose faucet timer is down to $18.66, and this is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to turn automate watering your grass. You can set the run times from it and le…

  • Where to buy the LG G7 ThinQ

    Your guide for buying the G7 in the U.S. and Canada.

    LG’s playing it safe this year with the G7 ThinQ, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad phone. In fact, based on what we’ve seen so far, the G7 will be one heck of a smartphone that could be very well-deserving of a place in your pocket.

    If you live in the United States or Canada and are interested in picking up the G7 ThinQ for yourself, here’s everything you need to know.

    United States

    AT&T

    Although LG devices usually show up on AT&T like clockwork, this year appears to be different.

    A spokesperson from AT&T recently confirmed that it won’t be selling the G7 ThinQ, but instead will “launch a new LG device this summer only from AT&T.” We aren’t sure if that’ll be a new phone entirely or a slightly improved version of the G7, but we’ll certainly be keeping an eye out for whatever happens here.

    Sprint

    If Sprint’s your carrier of choice, you’ll be able to place pre-orders for the phone beginning May 25….

  • How to fix an Oculus Go Controller that doesn’t connect

    Don’t let your controller grief you

    Sometimes technology does that thing where it randomly decides, “Hey, yeah, I don’t wanna work anymore. Cool? Cool.” So before you panic, we’ve got some solutions for you to try out before you get too frustrated. Here’s how to get your Oculus Go (OGO) controller to connect to your device so you can get it back into all the super cool experiences it has to offer!

    Check the controller

    The Oculus Go controller is not chargeable like the controller for the Google Daydream. Thankfully a battery was included in the box with the OGO! Outside of this, there are a few things you want to check for when going over your controller. Before anything, go through all these steps first.

    Remove the cap from the controller. Get a firm grip on both ends and pull. Don’t worry, you won’t break it.

    Check inside for the instructions. This will give you all of your warnings and let you know which direction the battery goes.

    Check the inside of the controller for an…

  • LG announces Q7 mid-range series with glass designs and slim bezels

    The lineup includes three phones — the Q7, Q7+, and Q7a.

    Hot off the heels of the G7 ThinQ, LG’s announced three new Android phones for 2018 that are targeted directly at the budget market – the LG Q7, Q7+, and Q7a. These are successors to LG’s Q6 series, and they keep with the trend of offering a premium design with mid-range specs at affordable prices.

    First, let’s talk about what’s included with the phones no matter which variant you choose. LG’s using a 2.5D Arc Glass design this time around, offering a big improvement over the plastic we saw with the Q6 last year. Despite the glass construction, you’ll still find an IP68 dust/water resistance and a MIL-STD 810G rating.

    No pricing details have been announced yet.

    On the front of the phones is a 5.5-inch FHD+ FullVision display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and slim bezels all around. The Q7 series comes equipped with LG QLens that uses “AI technology” for enhanced image recognition, Android 8.0 Oreo is on-board ou…

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