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  • Verizon launches its new Fios TV app, a better-looking version of its old FiOS Mobile app

    I’m a fairly satisfied Verizon Fios customer with a basic internet and TV package. Sure, it helps that the man who installed our setup somehow gave us a handful of channels we weren’t supposed to get (shh), but I’ve come to prefer it over any of the p…

  • You can finally customize your Nintendo Switch without any damage [Sponsored Post]

    Judging by the number of views on every AP article about Mario or Pokemon, it’s easy to tell that there are a TON of Nintendo fans amongst AP’s readership. It’s also a safe bet that a lot of you own a Nintendo Switch.

    One of the best things about the Switch is that it’s the first truly go-anywhere console. You can toss it in your backpack, gym bag, or even your sweatpants pocket and take it with you wherever you go.

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    You can finally customize your Nintendo Switch without any damage [Sponsored Post] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Wireless Mice for Chromebooks

    Which wireless mice are best for Chromebooks?

    While your Chromebook’s trackpad works well enough for most situations, there are some tasks for which a wireless mouse is better.

    Whether you need a wireless mouse to scroll through long documents faster, or to perform fine manipulations, there’s a great wireless mouse out there with your name on it. Here are a few of our favorites.

    Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Wireless Mouse
    Logitech M535 Compact Bluetooth Mouse
    Logitech Wireless Mouse M320
    AmazonBasics Wireless Mouse with Nano Receiver
    Logitech Triathlon M720
    Logitech MX Master
    Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Wireless Mouse

    Spoiler alert: there’s going to be a ton of Logitech products on this list. The Logitech MX Anywhere 2S is a compact Bluetooth mouse that’s packed with all the features you want — customizable buttons, the ability to track virtually anywhere (even on glass), and a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 70 days — along with a few standout features to help justif…

  • Learn everything you need to know about web development for only $35!

    So you’ve decided on a new career in web development, but you’re unsure where’s the best place to start. You could enroll yourself in a computer sciences course at a local college, but that means putting your life on hold to go back to school, and who has the time or money for that?

    The fact is if you want to be a programmer who’s in demand, you need to be proficient in a multitude of different coding languages. The more varied your experience and knowledge, the more valuable you are to prospective employers. The problem, of course, is building and maintaining your knowledge of all the latest programming languages.

    Maybe you’ve seen ads for intensive coding boot camps, but thought that might be a bit overwhelming. You’d be much better off learning at your own pace via online courses.

    Android Central is here to help, with this amazing deal. You can get lifetime access to The Complete 2018 Learn to Code Bundle for just $35.

    This bundle includes 9 distinct courses on all the most va…

  • Best replacement bands for Samsung Gear S2

    Give your Samsung Gear S2 a fresh look with a new wristband!

    The Samsung Gear S2 is over two years old but still a fantastic smartwatch. You may be thinking it’s time to upgrade to the Gear S3 or an Android Wear option but if you’re really still loving the Gear S2 maybe all you need is a fresh look.

    The price of replacement bands has dropped so low that you can completely revamp the look of your Gear S2 for as low as $10. Let’s dive in on the best replacement bands for the Gear S2!

    V-MORO
    Getwow
    Moretek
    MoKo
    FanTEK
    Henoda

    V-MORO watch bands

    If you’re a fan of giving your technology a bit of personal flair, then the V-MORO watch bands should certainly pique your interest. There are over a dozen different bands available, from multiple colors, floral patterns, leather, and even solid stainless steel links.

    Depending on the style, these bands are available starting at $9.75.

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    Getwow watch bands

    Another great place to look is at the watch bands from Getwow. T…

  • [Deal Alert] Google Home Mini 3-pack is $100 ($15 off) at Costco

    As a pleased owner of a Google Home Mini, I often find myself wondering why I didn’t buy one or two more of these tiny smart speakers to scatter around our apartment unit. When I ask my wife what she thinks of getting some companions for our lone Mini, she aggressively asks “Why?” — and, well, that’s the end of that. But now Costco is giving me some new ammunition, thanks to a deal offering members the chance to purchase a Google Home Mini (charcoal or chalk) three-pack for just $99.99, which is $15 off of the normal going price.

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    [Deal Alert] Google Home Mini 3-pack is $100 ($15 off) at Costco was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Slip an unlocked Essential Phone into your pocket for $350

    One of the best prices we’ve seen.

    We’ve seen deals on the Essential Phone in the past, but since the launch of the new colors we haven’t seen it drop this low. Right now you can get the phone in Black Moon for just $349.99. It dropped to $350 briefly last week but sold out, so grab it while you can. Halo Gray and Pure White have jumped back up to $500.

    It comes with 128GB of internal storage, a dual camera system on the back, and it’s powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor. You can also add the exclusive Essential 360 camera.

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  • From the Editor’s desk: Motorola is a big deal in Brazil, and it’s not a fluke

    Motorola’s position in Latin America is dramatically different from the U.S. and Europe.

    I had the wonderful opportunity to spend a few days in São Paulo, Brazil this week to attend a Motorola launch event for the Moto G6 and Moto E5. Not only is it a lovely city filled with great people and tasty food, but being there was the best way to understand just how differently Motorola is perceived and embraced in Latin America compared to the U.S. and Western Europe.

    The simplest way to put it is that Motorola is a massive player in Latin America, and being there myself immediately refreshed my opinion of the company’s standing in the smartphone world. It started the minute I landed at Guarulhos airport in São Paulo — Motorola phones were everywhere. Travelers were coming and going, glued to their Moto the same way people in the U.S. are inseparable from their iPhone. My driver from the airport navigated to the hotel using Waze on his Moto G5. Walking down the street …

  • Get ready for spring with this one-day sale on Greenworks power tools

    Time for some yard work.

    Amazon’s Gold Box deals of the day feature a variety of Greenworks power tools just in time for the snows to melt and lawns to need mowing. All of these tools are down to either their lowest prices ever or one of the lowest we’ve seen.

    This Greenworks pressure washer is also on sale today. It is independent of the Gold Box deals, but it’s still a part of that ecosystem.

    Remember with these power tools, you can use one battery to power all of them. Some sets come with a battery and charger like the $236.25 Greenworks 20-inch cordless lawn mower.

    If you choose one of the products without a battery, like the $39.21 13-inch cordless string trimmer, you can buy a battery by itself. It’s on sale for $115.66 from a street price of $154.

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  • Bring the beauty of nature to your wallpaper this Earth Day

    Happy Earth Day!

    This oft-ignored holiday deserves better than to be relegated to documentary films and the occasional tree-planting! This is the only life-sustaining planet we’ve got (for now), and it’s our job to love and protect our home planet. There are plenty of charities that you can donate to, such as the World Wildlife Fund and the aptly-named Earth Day Network, and you should consider using Amazon Smile so that every time you buy a new case, cable, or some leftover Cadbury eggs, a portion of your sale is donated to charity! Even if you’re not quite up to putting your money where your mouth is, at least put a reminder to be kind to the planet on your home screen, where these wallpapers can inspire you to do more and remind us the beauty that surrounds us on this little blue ball.

    If you want a ridiculous amount of natural photos in large resolution and ridiculously good quality, reddit has got you covered with the subreddit called /r/EarthPorn. From the mountains to th…

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