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Grandma Jong

Grandma Jong is a solitaire version of Mahjong with a twist! Complete one of 8 built-in levels at 3 degrees of difficulty before the timer runs out. Each time you complete a level you progress, gain new experience and learn eternal wisdom from her.

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  • Opinion: Motorola’s Z phones are quickly becoming little more than Mod money grabs

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  • Be Legendary with these Pokémon wallpapers!

    Your phone is full of Pokémon now. Don’t you need a wallpaper that is, too?

    Pokémon Go has been out for over a year now, and if you’ve lapsed your play in this summer heat (I know I have), then you’re not alone. Whether you’ve been out raiding all weekend or you’re just looking for a little nostalgic nerdiness on your home screen, we’ve got the Pokémon wallpapers for you!

    There have been a lot of starter Pokémon over the various generations of games, but the original trinity will always be fan favorites. This minimalist wallpaper by Krukmeister, one of many, is awesome not just in the way it keeps these iconic water Pokémon instantly recognizable with only the barest of shapes, but in that on your Android smartphone, this is three wallpapers in one. I’m partial to Wartortle (those ears and tail, man!), but depending on your mood, you could have a cute little Squirtle or a cannon-packing Blastoise on your home screen.

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    The ZeroLemon SolarJuice is an external solar battery with a 26,800mAh capacity, which can charge the average Android phone five to eight times, depending on the phone and your use. This battery bank features a USB-C port, a USB-A port, and a QC 3.0 port for capable phones, as well as a Micro-USB port for input if you can’t wait on the Sun. The SolarJuice regularly retails for $99.99, but through Android Central Digital Offers, you can get it for $59.99, a savings of 40%.

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