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  • ‘Bill Protection’ is Project Fi’s answer to unlimited data plans

    Project Fi was a great deal when it was first introduced, minus the fact that the only compatible phone was the Nexus 6. Now that carriers are re-introducing ‘unlimited’ plans, Project Fi’s $10/GB pricing tier isn’t quite as appealing as it once was. …

  • The Sandstone White OnePlus 5T has sold out in 8 days

    If you were still on the fence about buying the Sandstone White OnePlus 5T, then I’ve got some bad news for you. The limited edition phone went on sale on January 9th, and now, just 8 days later, it is completely sold out in North America. In fact, it looks like the phone is sold out everywhere except for OnePlus’s home country of China.

    The Sandstone White OnePlus 5T is functionally identical to the regular midnight black model and looks a lot like the Star Wars Edition (sans Star Wars branding) that went on sale in India last month, but if you really want a limited edition of the OnePlus 5T and can’t afford to catch a plane to China, you can still consider purchasing the Lava Red model that will go on sale in India on January 20th.

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    The Sandstone White OnePlus 5T has sold out in 8 days was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Project Fi just launched a highly competitive $80 unlimited plan called ‘Bill Protection’

    One less caveat to deal with on Google’s carrier.

    Project Fi has always been a great solution for those who use less than about 4GB of data per month, but now Google’s giving the nod to people who want more. A new feature called “Bill Protection” effectively gives Project Fi users an unlimited data option, taking on the big carrier competition that has swung back to heavily promoting unlimited data plans.

    So here’s how it works. From the start, everything is the same as it always has been. You pay $10 per month for each gigabyte of data you use, and any data you don’t use you aren’t charged for. But with Bill Protection, once you hit 6GB of data, or $80 for the month ($20 “Fi Basics” + $60 of data), your bill is capped — but you continue to get data service, just like a flat-rate unlimited plan from other carriers.

    Really, it’s the best of both worlds. In months when you use less than 6GB of data, you only pay for the data you used. If you have a heavy month of usage and you…

  • Google announces finalists for 2017 Indie Game Contest

    According to Google, these are the best indie games you should have played in 2017.

    After the success of Google Play’s inaugural Indie Game Contest last year, which shone a light on the best indie games released in 2016, Google has released the list of 20 finalists for the 2017 prize.

    The contest was open to any independent studios working out of the 31 eligible countries operating with less than 30 full-time employees who released a game in the Google Play Store in 2017.

    These are the 20 finalists for the 2017 award, presented in alphabetic order:

    A Planet of Mine
    Bridge Constructor Portal
    Bury Me, My Love
    Captain Tom Galactic Traveler
    Core
    Fern Flower
    Flat Pack
    I Love Hue
    Jodeo
    Kami 2
    Kenshō
    No More Buttons
    Old Man’s Journey
    Radium 2
    The Big Journey
    The House of Da Vinci
    The Office Quest
    Unbalance
    Undervault
    Yellow
    The finalists will have an opportunity to showcase their games at the final event on February 13 at the Saatchi Gallery in London, UK. The top 10 games wi…

  • Today only, save up to 40% on BIC essentials you’ll be buying at some point anyways

    The easiest decision you’ll make all day.

    Today only, Amazon is offering up to 40% off BIC office supplies. The items included are things like pens, pencils, and highlighters. You know you’re going to need them at some point, whether it’s for restocking your home office, or grabbing school supplies. Now’s the time to buy and avoid paying full price…or running out when you need them the most.

    Some notable items:

    Gel-ocity 8-pack Fashion Retractable Gel Pens – $4 (was $8)
    Marking 36-pack Ultra Fine Point Permanent Markers – $11 (was $25)
    4-pack Roller Glide Deco Roller Ball Pens – $4 (was $7)
    Xtra-Sparkle 24-pack Mechanical Pencils – $3 (was $7)
    24-pack Brite Liner Chisel Tip Highlighters – $4 (was $12)
    Magic Marker 24-pack Dry Erase Markers – $18 (was $33)
    Note that some of these items are add-ons, meaning they will ship with qualifying orders over $25.

    See at Amazon

  • Google says a fix is coming tomorrow for Wi-Fi problems associated with Cast devices

    A few days back we reported that the Google Home Max (among other Cast-enabled devices) might be connected with some recent reports for widespread Wi-Fi troubles. Google has indirectly responded to this issue in a page on the Device Support section for Google Home support, in which the company acknowledges the existence and cause of the problem, promising a fix tomorrow. 

    This particular issue has picked up a lot of traction in the news, having been reported on by outlets covering a range from Engadget to The Sun, so it’s not just a niche problem.

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    Google says a fix is coming tomorrow for Wi-Fi problems associated with Cast devices was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google raises the bar for monetizing videos on YouTube

    It’s no easy feat to keep YouTube respectable enough for big advertisers when it relies entirely on user-created content from legions of video makers. Advertisers have complained to Google with increasing regularity when their ads show up alongside co…

  • Best icon packs for Android

    Without icon packs, we are left with chaos.

    App icons are different shapes, different sizes, different color schemes and follow different design guidelines. Samsung’s icons look different than Google’s icons, look different from Microsoft’s icons, look different from every other developer’s icons. They are messy. They are awkward. They need to be brought under control. And until Adaptive Icons are implemented consistently and required for all third-party apps, that’s where icon packs come in.

    Icon packs bring control. Icon packs bring consistency. Icon packs bring classiness. Even if you’re not into custom themes, you should use an icon pack. A good icon pack can help you find your apps more quickly, can help make your phone look and feel less cluttered, and they just look better. And whether you want an icon pack that stands out or blends in, we have the best icon packs right here for your pleasure and consideration.

    Whicons (free) is one of what I like to call the Randle Holy …

  • What color LG V30 should you buy: Black, silver, blue, violet, or red?

    Which of the five LG V30 colors should I buy?

    The LG V30 nominally launched with two colors, Aurora Black and Cloud Silver, but in the weeks and months since it was released we’ve seen other colors either break exclusivity and move to new markets or be introduced altogether. Now, we have five different colors to choose from … well, sort of, depending on where you live and what carrier you use. Those restrictions aside, we have Aurora Black, Cloud Silver, Moroccan Blue, Lavender Violet and Raspberry Rose.

    I think we can all agree those are some great names, but which one is right for you? Unlike some companies, LG has quite a bit of variation in the colors so you have a wide range of interesting options with little overlap in their styles. Here’s a look at all five colors, and a few notes to keep in mind when you’re choosing which one to buy.

    LG V30 in Aurora Black

    The Aurora Black V30 is classy, simple and stealthy. Black glass combines with shiny black metal to create a sle…

  • [Deal Alert] Save a few bucks on select Google Home and Chromecast Ultra combos, I guess ($10-$30 off)

    Google is offering discounts on particular combinations of its Google Home and Chromecast hardware, but the deals are just kind of okay, and frankly a bit of a letdown with all the big price slashes from the holidays still fresh in our memories.

    Nonetheless, if you’re in the market for a Google Home device or a Chromecast Ultra, you can save a little bit of money with some of these combinations:

    • Save $30 on a Google Home Max plus a Google Home Mini ($418), which is sort of like getting the Mini for twenty bucks (though it had just been $30 over the holidays all by itself, but we’re trying not to think about that).

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    [Deal Alert] Save a few bucks on select Google Home and Chromecast Ultra combos, I guess ($10-$30 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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