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  • Snag some Comic-Con deals on movies from Google Play this weekend!

    The San Diego Comic-Con is well underway, and to celebrate Google Play has some pretty sweet deals on superhero movies!

    Following along with all the news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con is always fun but if you’re looking jump even deeper into the superhero world, why not take in a movie at home this weekend? Right now, Google Play has discounted a bunch of superhero movies that you can rent or purchase. Everything from live action movies to animated features is available, so there’s sure to be something that piques your interest!

    Some of the available titles:

    Blade Runner: The Final Cut Special Edition – $2.99 Rent – $9.99 Buy HD
    Scott Pilgrim vs. The World – $2.99 Rent – $9.99 Buy HD
    Justice League vs. Teen Titans – $2.99 Rent – $9.99 Buy HD
    Batman: Bad Blood – $2.99 Rent – $9.99 Buy HD
    Kick-Ass 2 (Extended) – $2.99 Rent – $7.99 Buy HD
    Serenity – $2.99 Rent – $7.99 Buy HD
    Ghost Rider – $2.99 Rent – $7.99 Buy HD
    Ghost Rider Spirit Of Vengeance $2.99 Rent – $8.99 Buy HD

  • Verizon’s Unlimited plan: Everything you need to know

    A complete breakdown of Verizon’s Unlimited plan and everything else you can get when you sign up for service.

    In the United States, there are a lot of companies that can get you and your phone online, but most people use one of the four biggest: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Choosing between them can be difficult. Your first priority should be what service works best in the places you spend your time. It’s not worth saving $10 a month if the service is bad. Once you have that sorted, you can look at what each company has to offer and the prices they charge for it.

    More: Which unlimited plan should you buy?

    Let’s take a look at Verizon to see what they can give you and what it will cost.

    Verizon Unlimited plan details

    Unlimited talk, text, and data
    Unlimited HD streaming video (see Verizon’s Video Optimization Deployment page)
    Unlimited mobile hotspot
    Add a tablet with unlimited data for $20 per month
    Add a connected device for $5 per month
    Unlimited calling and text…

  • Best phone mounts for PlayStation 4

    With a phone mount, you can play no matter where you are.

    PlayStation 4 is a beloved console because it has hundreds of excellent games, access to movies through Sony’s store, and plenty of apps that let you get at the content you want to enjoy. What if you’re not able to snag the television from your roomie, though? Well, if for whatever reason you can’t play on that sweet big screen, you can utilize the popular PlayStation 4 Remote Play feature by taking advantage of a clip that mounts your phone to your controller.

    These clips aren’t just for playing directly from your phone either. You can use them to help film Let’s Play videos, use them as a second screen for tips and tricks, or for specific items for a walkthrough. No matter what reason you have for wanting a phone mount, we’ve collected the best ones to get the job done. Keep reading for all the details!

    Nyko Smart Clip
    Megadream 180-degree Android clip
    Wireless phone clip holder mount
    Sony GCM10 phone mounts

    Nyko Smart …

  • Verizon caught throttling Netflix and YouTube, says it’s testing ‘video optimization’ tech

    Netflix launched a speed test tool a while back in part because ISPs have been caught in the past doing shady things with Netflix traffic. The fast.com speed testing tool this week revealed Verizon has started throttling Netflix, and users report YouT…

  • Razer looking to build gaming-focused phone with fresh funds from stock IPO

    Well, this is an expected turn of events.

    Razer is developing a gaming-focused smartphone, but the launch could potentially hinge on whether it can raise money from the stock market with an IPO (initial public offering) in Hong Kong. The potential IPO could value the gaming hardware company at up to $5 billion, making it one of the biggest IPOs in years. Rumor has it the offering could come as soon as October.

    With the funding from offering its stock publicly, Razer hopes to push into the smartphone market — something obviously foreshadowed by its acquisition of Nextbit six months ago in January. Nextbit ceased sales of its only phone, the Robin, immediately after the buyout and has since operated stealthily inside of Razer.

    What can Razer bring to the table to differentiate itself in a competitive market?

    Details on what such a “gaming” smartphone would entail remain a mystery. Razer has built an amazing brand in gaming over just a handful of years, starting with simpl…

  • The 10 Best Horror Games for VR

    What are the best horror games for VR? {.intro}

    You either love them or hate them, but one thing has become apparent: horror games in VR are an entirely new experience. Shutting out the real world, including your desk, monitor, lights, and family members, and being injected straight into a horrifying world is quite a thrill. We’ve rounded up the best VR horror games available right now that will scare you real good.

    Read more at VR Heads!

  • Moto E4 Plus vs Moto G5 Plus: the clear winner has one big flaw

    The Moto E4 Plus and the Moto G5 Plus each have their pros and cons so which one should you buy? We put the two head to head to help you decide which is the better phone.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Best Cases for Moto G5 Plus

    What are the best cases available for the Moto G5 Plus?

    Motorola’s latest budget phone, the Moto G5 Plus, is quite the follow up to the Moto G4 Plus.

    If you recently picked one up on sale, you should reinvest some of the money you save on a case to keep it in tip-top condition. We’ve rounded up a wide variety of cases here —from heavy duty rugged to slim and sleek — so you can find the one that fits your lifestyle best!

    Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro
    Spigen Rugged Armor case
    Incipio NGP case
    TUDIA Ultra Slim case
    Cimo clear case
    Poetic Revolution rugged case
    LK Leather Wallet Flip case

    Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro with Built-in Screen Protector

    Do you regularly head out into the great outdoors with your phone and need a case that’s rugged enough to take on the elements? Supcase offers its Unicorn Beetle Pro case, which features rugged, dual-layer protection and a built-in screen protector.

    It combines a rugged polycarbonate shell with soft TPU to create a durable case …

  • [Deal Alert] Save up to $290 on a Pixel or Pixel XL at Best Buy with Verizon service

    The Pixel and Pixel XL are both great phones, although they’re getting a bit long in the tooth. Buying one for full price is a though sell right now, but it’s about time for some deals. If the Pixel 2 hype hasn’t completely taken you over, you can pic…

  • What makes you choose Android over iOS? [Roundtable]

    Android can regrow hair, get you in shape and save you 15% on your car insurance. Not really.

    Here at Android Central everyone has something to say. We have different opinions about politics, business and anything else with a side to pick. But one thing we all have in common is that we use Android instead of iOS. We might have an iPhone for one reason or another, but when you call us an Android phone will ring.

    The important thing here isn’t Andrew and Jerry having late night conversations about a flat tax. It’s that a group of people who don’t have a lot in common use Android, and why they use it.

    Let’s find out by going around the table.

    Alex Dobie

    The first smartphone I owned was an iPhone 3G — I made that jump after having used an iPod Touch for a little while before, and back then it felt like taking a huge leap into the future. The only real Android competition at the time was the T-Mobile G1, which nearly tempted me away. But looking at it as a regular consumer, the …

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