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  • [Deal Alert] Pixel 2 XL now offered with $200 statement credit via Google Store Financing, free 18W charger

    Until yesterday, Google had been offering anyone who purchased a Pixel 2 XL $100 in Google Store credit. But now, a new offer for the Pixel 2 XL has taken its place: a $200 statement credit when financed with Google Store Financing. A free 18W charger…

  • [Deal Alert] Anker’s new PowerWave 10W fast wireless chargers are up to 20% off with codes, other accessories are up to 25% off on Amazon

    Wireless charging for smartphones endures, and Anker is pushing further into this playing field with its new line of PowerWave wireless chargers, which the company first announced at the 2018 Mobile World Congress and began selling a few days ago. If …

  • XFINITY Stream app gets fingerprint support for parental controls

    Comcast’s switch from XFINITY TV to XFINITY Stream about a year ago was met with lots of criticism for a number of reasons, and based on the latest Google Store reviews, users still aren’t very happy. But here’s something that might cheer you up: fingerprint authentication has been added for parental controls.


    • Gain faster, easier access to your Parental Controls by using fingerprint authentication instead of a PIN.
    • We’ve worked out a few code improvements and fixed some bugs to enhance your overall experience.

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    XFINITY Stream app gets fingerprint support for parental controls was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android 8.0 Oreo update released for Sprint Galaxy S8 and S8+

    Hot on the heels of Big Red and John Legere and co, Sprint is now pushing the Android 8.0 Oreo / Samsung Experience 9.0 update to its versions of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. That makes it the third major US carrier to do so, leaving only AT&T (and US Cellular, if you count that).


    — Leo Comitto (@peppermintisme) March 17, 2018

    Like with other variants, the update is coming in at a little over 1.5GB (or around 350MB for beta testers).

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    Android 8.0 Oreo update released for Sprint Galaxy S8 and S8+ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to stop your PlayStation 4 from starting up in safe mode

    Time to get back to your normal PlayStation 4 menu

    Sometimes choosing options that could change your console entirely can be anxiety-inducing, especially when PlayStation’s Safe Mode has, not one, but two options for initialization. You also may have come across the problem where your PlayStation won’t stop launching in safe mode. Take a deep breath, we’ve got some advice to get you out of Safe Mode and back to your games and streams!

    What is safe mode?

    First things first, let’s take a look at what this is so you can better understand why your PlayStation may be launching in it. Safe mode on a PS4 is basically the same Safe Mode option your computer has. If your system isn’t starting up normally then Safe Mode will start up your console with some basic functions to help find a solution to get your PS4 working again. Furthermore, if you’re PS4 is starting up normally but is having some issues you can launch into this options yourself and see if the menu options can help get them so…

  • Google Play promo codes now available in Argentina, Chile, and Peru

    Developers who wish to grant free access to paid content on the Play Store usually do so with a promo code. However, these codes aren’t globally available, with Google instead having a list of 25 countries where they are. Google does add countries occasionally, though, and this time around, Argentina, Chile, and Peru have joined the list.

    Here’s the new full list of 28 countries:

    • Argentina
    • Austria
    • Belgium
    • Brazil
    • Canada
    • Chile
    • Denmark
    • Finland
    • Greece
    • Hong Kong
    • Ireland
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Mexico
    • Netherlands
    • New Zealand
    • Norway
    • Peru
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • Singapore
    • South Africa
    • South Korea
    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • Turkey
    • United Kingdom
    • United States

    Note that this list is for countries in which developers can issue promo codes; redeeming should be available worldwide.

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    Google Play promo codes now available in Argentina, Chile, and Peru was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Here are all the devices that support Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0

    It’s definitely hard to keep up with all the different quick charging technologies. Most flagships use Qualcomm Quick Charge, some (like the Pixels) use USB-PD, and a few others use custom tech like OnePlus Dash Charge. Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0 is ov…

  • Video: Samsung Galaxy S9+ cameras explained

    Let’s talk about the Samsung Galaxy S9’s cameras. If you’re a fan, they’re what truly sets these phones apart from the competition. If you’re a cynic, they’re the only real upgrade in a relatively boring upgrade cycle. Either way, they’re easily the most interesting thing about Samsung’s latest flagship, and more than two weeks with the S9+ has given us a chance to get to know this area of the phone pretty well.

    We’ve covered everything that’s new in the S9’s camera setup in our video new explainer: from variable apertures to telephoto to AR emojis. Take a look to find out everything you need to know about Samsung’s latest and greatest smartphone imaging setup!

    Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ video review
    Android Central on YouTube
    Samsung Galaxy S9 review
    Samsung Galaxy S9: Everything you need to know
    MrMobile reviews the Galaxy S9+

  • Could the Huawei P20 compete with the Samsung Galaxy S9?

    At the end of March, Huawei will present its new flagships in Paris at a major press event. These new top-range smartphone could represent the biggest challenge to the Galaxy S9. You can find out all the important details on this release in this articl…

  • [Deal Alert] Dual-SIM Galaxy S9 $709.99, S9+ $819.99 on eBay

    Many people swear by the Exynos versions of Samsung’s Galaxy flagships, as performance is often better and there’s more development. Others require a phone with the ability to use two SIM cards at once. If you belong to either (or both) of those parti…

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