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  • The $13 Seneo wireless charger has fast charging for Android smartphones

    This is a great deal on a wireless charger that sits at an angle so you can still use the phone.

    The Seneo fast wireless charger pad is down to $12.95 with code 42ZVWFUR on Amazon. The average street price for this charger is $19, so this code takes a nice chunk off the price.

    Wireless charging is just one of those things that makes life just a bit easier. It’s not a perfect technology yet but dang it, it’s better than fishing around under the bed for the tip of the power cord just to drop it again. Features include:

    Seneo Qi fast wireless chargers save you time and free up space by eliminating “rat’s nests” of cords on or around your desk. Get rid of your power cords and grab a wireless phone charger to add extra simplicity and ease to your life.
    The fast charging mode is compatible ONLY with Samsung Galaxy Note 8, S8, S8 Plus, S7 Edge, S7, S6 Edge Plus and Note 5.
    For upcoming iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and other Qi-enabled devices will charge at regular wireless charging…

  • Top Galaxy Note 8 camera tips and tricks

    The Galaxy Note 8 has one of the best camera systems out there. Here’s what you need to know about it.

    It’s funny: the Galaxy S8 and S8+ have cameras that can compete with the best phones out there, but because they weren’t huge leaps in image quality, speed, and features from the Galaxy S7 they weren’t really given a lot of attention. That’s a shame, because despite having a single 12MP sensor, the Galaxy S8 series takes some of the best photos I’ve ever seen.

    Given Samsung’s predilection for using its Note line to make sizeable improvements to its hardware, pushing the entire company forward into new territory, it would seem disappointing that on paper the Note 8 doesn’t do this. Sure, it adds a second sensor and optically stabilized telephoto lens, but do people really want to take photos at twice the distance, or kludgy portraits with artificial background blur?

    Actually, yes. And the Note 8 does a tremendous job at both while maintaining the extremely high quality of photos a…

  • Moto X4 coming to Project Fi as first Android One device for the U.S., priced at $399

    A couple of big milestones for Google today.

    Google is making two big jumps today, expanding its Android One program to the U.S. and also releasing the first non-Nexus or Pixel device on its self-operated Project Fi phone service. Both firsts come from a single device, the new Moto X4, which in this case gets the special naming convention of the “Android One Moto X4.”

    The designation is an important one, though, because the Android One Moto X4 has a different software setup than the standard Moto X4 announced back at IFA 2017. Motorola’s generally loved customizations are gone, replaced by Google’s slick an consistent Android One platform we’ve seen on many low-end devices and most recently in the nicer Xiaomi Mi A1. That means you get a Google-sanctioned, Pixel-like software experience with perks like guaranteed security updates — and Google says it will get Android Oreo before the end of the year.

    The Android One Moto X4, priced at $399, will be a great addition to the …

  • Get a lifetime subscription to Serpstat, a powerful SEO tool, for just $35

    Companies that live online are all about Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Major search engines have a certain ranking formula, and if your site isn’t near the top of the list, chances are your traffic will suffer. That’s where optimization comes into play.

    Instead of writing headlines and hoping for the best, proper SEO requires careful planning and analysis. Instead of laboring in front of a computer, there are platforms that can handle SEO automatically.

    Right now, Android Central Digital Offers has a deal on a lifetime subscription to Serpstat, a cloud-based SEO platform that’s exactly the answer to your automation woes. Instead of the regular price of $2,280, you’ll pay just $35. That’s 98 percent off!

    Serpstat can give you a list of the best keywords, can compare keywords with the competition, find keyword variations, analyze trends, and figure out what will work best to grow your traffic. The tool includes five modules:

    Global Rank Tracker
    Backlink Explorer
    Keyword Rese…

  • [Notch-our Average Look] These two apps give your Android phone the $999 iPhone X blackout for free

    Ever since the Essential phone and                                                             X were announced, do you find yourself staring longingly at your fully rectangular display (rounded corners don’t count) and wish, just hope, that part of it would disappear and you’d get a black notch up top?

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    [Notch-our Average Look] These two apps give your Android phone the $999 iPhone X blackout for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Wireless Headphones for Samsung Gear Sport, S3, or S2

    Listen to your favorite tunes with your Samsung Gear with these great headphones!

    Your Samsung Gear Sport, S3, or S2 are great for on-the-go productivity and pleasure. Whether you want to listen to your favorite tunes on your weekly jog, conduct phone calls using your smartwatch on the subway, or taking in a new audiobook while your significant other is sleeping next to you, a great pair of wireless headphones are essential to enjoying sound through your Samsung Gear.

    Here are our favorite wireless headphones to use with your Samsung Gear Sport, S3, or S2.

    Jaybird X3
    Bose QuietComfort 35
    V-Moda Crossfade 2
    Bose SoundSport Wireless
    Jabra Move

    Jaybird X3

    Jaybird has been making quality headphones for quite some time and the Jaybird X3s are no exception.

    You can get a full week of workouts on a single charge and a quick 15 minutes of charging will get you a full hour at least. If you rely on your tunes to get you through a workout, check out the Jaybird X3 wireless earbuds and …

  • Google acquisition of HTC could be announced tomorrow as trading halted in Taiwan

    Rumors began to percolate early this month that Google and HTC were on the verge of agreeing to a deal that would let Google take over the struggling smartphone maker. Now that rumor is sounding all but inevitable as HTC has halted trading of its shar…

  • The latest Sony flagship without a fingerprint sensor is now available in the U.S.

    Sony’s fall flagship is now available in the U.S.

    Back late August, I got to take a look at Sony’s new Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, and they’re great. They do all the things a smartphone should do in 2017, and they look pretty good. They even have this awesome 3D mapping feature that lets you recreate your face on your phone. It’s neat.

    The larger of the two phones, the Xperia XZ1, is now available in the U.S. through Amazon. It’s unlocked and works with AT&T, T-Mobile and a bunch of smaller alternative carriers that rely on their networks, but it won’t work on Verizon or Sprint. It also doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor in the U.S. because of a continuing legal issue with an unnamed entity called Verizon.

    That’s all well and good, but this phone costs $699.99 from Amazon, which may appear inexpensive compared to recent launches like the Galaxy Note 8, but it’s still a lot of money to pay for a phone that lacks a fundamentally important part of the smartphone experience. At lea…

  • Speedtest reaches 100 Million downloads on the Play Store

    The procession of apps reaching 100 Million downloads on the Play Store continues, and the latest to join the club is the famous Speedtest by Ookla. If you’ve never heard of it before, then you probably never had to test the speed of your data or WiFi…

  • 5 reasons to switch away from T-Mobile

    T-Mobile doesn’t work out for everyone.

    Having phone service that’s cheap and good is important.

    Finding the right phone carrier is a pretty big deal. We’re using our phones more than ever, and doing more with them — they’re not just for making calls anymore. And sometimes, finding the right carrier doesn’t happen on the first try. What’s important is that you know it and are ready to move on.

    A lot of folks are happy with T-Mobile, just like a lot of folks are happy with any of the other carriers here in the states. If you’re one of those happy people, that’s awesome. But if you’re not, and you’re thinking the grass might be greener with another company, here are five things to think about and see if it’s time to make a change.

    Coverage

    As of the end of 2016, T-Mobile claims to cover 313 million Americans or just 1 million shy of Verizon’s 314 million total. We’ve no reason to doubt it, and T-Mo has rolled out even more coverage since. But there are plenty of people who…

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