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  • [Deal Alert] Grab a pair of the Jaybird X3 Bluetooth earphones for $80 ($50 off)

    With Christmas right around the corner, it’s no secret that a lot of people will be hitting the gym in an attempt to make 2018 the year that they get back in shape (and more power to them). When working out, take it from me when I say that having a go…

  • [Deal Alert] Pixelbook is $100 off ($899+) with free Google Home from B&H, Best Buy, and Google, $100 off with $50 credit from Amazon

    If you read our review, you’ll know the Google Pixelbook is a fantastic Chromebook. Unfortunately, it also has a fantastically-high price, comparable to most Windows-powered ultrabooks. If you’ve been looking to buy one regardless, now is a good time. All models are $100 off from a variety of retailers, with some free goodies thrown in.

    The Pixelbook comes in three different models. The first has a Core i5-7Y57 processor with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of solid-state storage, and costs $899 right now.

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    [Deal Alert] Pixelbook is $100 off ($899+) with free Google Home from B&H, Best Buy, and Google, $100 off with $50 credit from Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Verizon Wireless Deals of December 2017

    No matter what T-Mobile says, you can actually find some pretty great deals on Verizon.

    Verizon Wireless has some of the largest coverage for customers in the United States, and although T-Mobile likes to continually poke fun at the carrier for having high monthly rates, there are actually some really solid deals to be found if you know where to look.

    You can typically find quite a few deals being run by Verizon at any given time, but if you only want to look at the best of the best and don’t have time to sift through the garbage, that’s where we come in.

    These are best deals on Verizon Wireless right now.

    $300 off Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL

    Thanks to its practical design, buttery smooth software, and downright fantastic camera, Google’s Pixel 2 is easily one of 2017’s best phones. However, all of that greatness comes at a cost. The regular Pixel 2 starts at $650, and if you want to get its larger brother – the Pixel 2 XL – you’ll need to hand over a minimum of $850.


  • Weekend poll: Are you giving someone an Android device for the holidays?

    Finding the right gift for someone this time of year can be tricky. But if there’s one thing we’re apt to recommend here at Android Police, it’s an Android device.
    Ripping open that wrapping paper to find a phone or tablet is an excellent way to cap o…

  • [Deal Alert] Verizon Pixel 2 and 2 XL are $550 off (GC + bill credit), original Pixel is $200 off (GC) at Target

    It’s a fantastic time to be in the market for a Pixel 2 or 2 XL, especially if you’re a Verizon customer and live near a Target store. Hot on the heels of a Google Store deal offering $50-75 off the latest Pixel phones, Target is offering a $250 gift …

  • Deal: Pixelbook is $100 off and comes with free Google Home

    Available at B&H, Best Buy, and the Google Store.

    The Google Pixelbook isn’t the laptop for everyone, but if you’re an avid Chrome user and are a fan of impressive hardware, it’s pretty tough to beat. One of the biggest things going against the Pixelbook is its high price, but at select retailers, you can score the laptop for $100 off, and get a free Google Home.

    That $100 discount is applied to both available models of the Pixelbook, meaning you can get the base configuration with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD for just $899. If you want to keep the same processor and RAM but upgrade to a 256GB SSD, you’ll pay $1,099.

    You can get the $100 savings pretty much everywhere the Pixelbook is sold, including Amazon, B&H, Best Buy, the Google Store, and Walmart. However, if you want to get the discount and a free Google Home, you’ll need to purchase it at either B&H, Best Buy or the Google Store.

    Google will stop giving away free Homes with Pixelbook or…

  • Pixel 2 XL fingerprint sensor slower after 8.1 update

    Google is aware of the issue and actively looking into it.

    Android 8.1 started rolling out to Pixel and Nexus devices at the beginning of December, and while I’ve been enjoying the update without any issues, this hasn’t been the case for everyone.

    Shortly after 8.1 started getting pushed out, some owners of the Pixel 2 XL took to Google’s official support forum to complain about a slowdown with the phone’s fingerprint sensor performance on 8.1 compared to 8.0.

    The initial post stated that it takes the 2 XL “a good second” after using the sensor for the screen to turn on, and this was followed up with quite a few other users reporting similar issues. In addition to the fingerprint sensor, some users also say that the screen is slow to turn on when just pressing the power button to get to the lock screen.

    Some people have noticed that this issue goes away when the 2 XL’s always on display is turned on, but for those that prefer not to enable this battery-hungry feature, a fix shoul…

  • The OnePlus 5T has already won you over (but not all of you)

    Last week we asked you if you would buy the OnePlus 5T and, apparently, the Chinese brand’s flagship has already won you over!(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Jacquard by Google app gets Illuminate and Find My Phone features

    Making your jacket even smarter.

    If you’re one of the ten people that decided to throw down $350 for Levi’s Commuter Trucker Jacket with Google’s Jacquard technology, you’ll be happy to know that the companion app is receiving its first major update with a couple new features to keep your jacket as smart as can be.

    The latest version of the app is now 1.1.1(5), and the two biggest additions are Illuminate and Find My Phone. Illuminate lets the Jacquard snap tag blink or shine so you can either show it off at a party or use it as a little flashlight when making your way through town at night, and Find My Phone allows you to tap your jacket to, well, find your phone.

    In addition to these two features, there’s also an update to What’s Playing that allows it to work with every music service that’s supported by Jacquard.

    The Commuter Trucker Jacket is still a very niche product even with this update, but it is cool to see the thing gaining a couple more tricks to help users get the …

  • Fourth Android 8.0 Oreo beta now rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

    It’s been about a month and a half since Samsung announced the first Android 8.0 Oreo beta for its Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones. Since then, there have been a second and a third beta, and now there’s a fourth. The latest update, build number ZQL8 for both phones, features a long list of bug fixes.

    The fourth Oreo beta for the S8 and S8+ comes in at a shade over 850MB, which is larger than each of the previous two betas.

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    Fourth Android 8.0 Oreo beta now rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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