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  • [Deal Alert] Huawei Watch 2 is $179 ($120 off) and Watch 2 Classic is $219 ($148 off) at Best Buy

    Huawei is one of the last tech companies still interested in Android Wear. The Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic were released earlier this year, and the Watch 2 Classic even earned a spot in our Most Wanted list for wearables. Both of the watches are now o…

  • OnePlus makes first system image (v4.7.4) for OnePlus 5T available for download

    The OnePlus 5T is now landing on doorsteps across the globe, and most users will find that it has an OTA update available when they power it on. OxygenOS v4.7.4 rolled out last week, but now a system image of that version is also available for downloa…

  • 10 new and notable Android apps from the last week (12/5/17 – 12/11/17)

    Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

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  • Apple confirms it is buying Shazam

    Last week, a report from TechCrunch claimed that Apple was about to buy Shazam for an unknown amount. For the unacquainted, Shazam is a music-detection app, but the company behind it has been looking into AR and other technologies Apple could be inter…

  • [Update: Google Store and Walmart too] Google Home Max is now available for $399 at select retailers

    Google made a big fuss about the Home Max when it announced it in October, but it didn’t launch the speaker then and promised it would be available in December. Well, December is almost halfway through and we’re starting to see the Home Max pop up on a couple of stores.

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    [Update: Google Store and Walmart too] Google Home Max is now available for $399 at select retailers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Update: Google Store and Walmart too] Google Home Max is now available for $399 at select retailers

    Google made a big fuss about the Home Max when it announced it in October, but it didn’t launch the speaker then and promised it would be available in December. Well, December is almost halfway through and we’re starting to see the Home Max pop up on a couple of stores.

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    [Update: Google Store and Walmart too] Google Home Max is now available for $399 at select retailers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Anker’s PowerPort wireless charging pad is down to just $19 at Amazon

    Charging without all the wires is awesome!

    Plugging your phone in every time you want to charge it seems so last year. Wireless charging is the future, but in order to take advantage of it, you need a compatible phone and a wireless charging pad. There are so many different options out there, but not all of them charge your phone the same.

    Anker is well-known for its awesome charging accessories, and its wireless charging pad is no exception. Right now you can pick up the Anker PowerPort Wireless 5 Pad for $18.59 at Amazon, which is a savings of around $6 from its regular price. This option can charge your phone about 10% faster than similar ones, but not quite as quick as its more expensive fast wireless charging pad.

    This will work with new phones like the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, as well as Android phones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, LG G6 and more.Other features include:

    Charge Fast, Live More: Charge 10% faster than other 5W wireless chargers.
    Case-Friendly: Charge strai…

  • Best Streaming Music App for Android

    Listen to the music you want to hear wherever you are!

    In days past the only way to really access music was by listening to your personal collection, or dealing with whatever the local radio station was playing. Today we’re in much better straits thanks to streaming music giving you access to precisely the tracks you want to hear wherever you happen to be. From personalized radio stations, to playlists, to full albums, there is plenty to love about streaming music apps.

    These are our picks for the best streaming music apps for Android!

    Spotify Music

    Spotify Music pulls to the head of the pack with its huge collection of music and the wide variety of features that it employs. The biggest perk is the wide variety of ways that you can find new music while exploring the app.

    You’ve got genre and mood stations that are great if you’re throwing a party and want to turn on music to play for a while. It’s also easy to build playlists or listen to an entire album from beginning to end….

  • Deal: Get an LG V30 at Verizon for $540 ($300 off)

    Available until December 13, 2017.

    If you still have some holiday shopping to do and need to pick up a new Android phone for that lucky someone on your list, Verizon recently announced a new deal on the V30 that’s pretty dang enticing.

    Starting today, December 11 and going until December 13, you can get $300 of an LG V30 at Verizon Wireless for a final price of just $540. That $300 discount is paid out over the course of 24 months as a bill credit, and you’ll need to purchase the V30 on an installment plan in order to take advantage of it.

    Assuming you’re already on Verizon and don’t mind paying for the V30 month-to-month, $540 is a fantastic price for this phone. Although it got sidelined by the Note 8 and Pixel 2 XL, the V30 is still a great buy thanks to its gorgeous design, super fast performance, and phenomenal rear cameras.

    To purchase the V30 on Verizon with this promotion, click/tap the button below.

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  • An Honorable Episode [#acpodcast]

    This week on the show, Daniel Bader is on assignment in Hawaii. Yes, really. In his absence, Andrew Martonik, Alex Dobie, and Russell Holly pick up the slack and share their favorite tech of 2017. They also talk about the HTC U11+, a trio of new Honor phones, and Android Oreo (Go edition). Android Go is specifically designed for entry-level phones with 1GB or less of RAM, and 8GB of storage.

    They also discuss the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, and rumors that the Galaxy S9 might be announced at CES in January 2018.

    Show Notes and Links:

    Russell’s favorite tech of 2017
    Andrew’s favorite tech of 2017
    Alex’s favorite tech of 2017
    HTC U11+ review: The best phone you can’t buy
    Honor 7X review: The new budget champion
    New Honor View 10 is an Honor V10 for the rest of the world
    Honor View 10 hands-on preview: Flagship killer killer?
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