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  • [Deal Alert] 256GB A1-rated SanDisk Ultra microSD is just $123.99 ($26 off) on Amazon

    Default internal storage has risen in the past few years from 16GB to 64GB for flagship smartphones today, but if you shoot lots of video, that space can still get taken up pretty quickly. For those situations, you’ll need a microSD card, and SanDisk’…

  • Some Pixel 2 units making clicking and high-pitched sounds

    The Pixel 2 XL has been under scrutiny lately for its display, but it’s not alone in hardware complaints. No product is perfect, and it looks like the HTC-made Pixel 2 has at least one notable issue of it’s own.
    Many Pixel 2 owners have been complaini…

  • VTech’s $100 KidiBuzz is a chunky Android-powered ‘phone’ for your kids, and it’s available now

    More and more children these days are getting their own smartphones. But if you just want your kid to feel like they have one, you can now look to the Android-powered VTech KidiBuzz, a Galaxy S III-esque device that isn’t actually a phone. But with all the functions it supports over WiFi, your son or daughter will think it is.

    KidiBuzz is technically just a tiny tablet, as it only supports WiFi.

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  • Google Lens is rolling out to the first-gen Pixel and Pixel XL

    Google Lens made its official debut at Google’s October 4th event alongside the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, but we first checked it out nearly a month before that. In Corbin’s hands-on, he found that Lens was pretty impressive overall, with some room to i…

  • All-new Affirm app aims to be an alternative to traditional credit cards

    The new app features a clean design, easy-to-understand fees, and more.

    Credit cards are both awesome and terrible at the same time. They can be crazy helpful for big purchases that you need to make, but between hidden fees, outdated mobile apps, and plenty more, credit cards can often be a pain to use. PayPal launched Affirm in 2012 for handing out loans for online purchases, and today Affirm is launching its completely overhauled app with the goal of offering people a unique alternative for credit in the modern world.

    When you hop into the Affirm app, getting started with a line of credit is broken up into three easy steps. Simply type in the name of the site you’d like to shop at, the amount that your purchase will cost, and if you’re approved, you’ll get a few different options to choose from for how you’d like to pay off whatever item you’re buying.

    Affirm lets you pay off your purchase over the course of three, six, or twelve months, and once you select the plan that works…

  • Android Pay coming to NYC subways by 2020

    Traveling the NYC subway will soon get slightly less terrible.

    If you live in New York City, you probably own a MetroCard for getting through downtown via the subway system. The MetroCard has been the primary way of accessing the NYC subway since the 1990s as a way to phase out the use of physical tokens, and it was recently announced that the MetroCard is now getting replaced with NFC.

    London already uses near-field-communication technology for accessing its subway systems, so while this isn’t a revolutionary move, it’s one that we’re thankful to see nonetheless. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority recently approved the $573 million program that will replace MetroCards for NFC, initially installing the new system in 500 turnstiles and 600 busses in late 2018, with the plan to have all subway stations and buses outfitted with the new tech at some point in 2020.

    With the NFC readers, you’ll be able to zip around the city using Android Pay, Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, and contactl…

  • Android 8.0 Oreo is now rolling out to the Sony Xperia XZ Premium

    The update includes all of the regular Oreo goodies, plus a few new additions from Sony.

    Sony doesn’t have the biggest presence in the mobile landscape these days, but despite this, the company has recently been killing things in regards to timely software updates. The Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact were the first phones to be announced with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, and shortly after their unveiling, Sony released a fairly extensive list of all the devices it would be updating to Oreo down the road.

    It was recently announced that the Xperia XZ Premium will be the first Sony phone to be updated to Android Oreo, and the new software is officially rolling out starting today, October 23.

    The update from Nougat to Oreo is already substantial, including goodies such as picture-in-picture, adaptive notification dots, redesigned app shortcuts, and plenty more. You’ll certainly get all of these additions when you update your XZ Premium to Oreo, but Sony isn’t stopping there.

    One of th…

  • From living room to escape room: Where will we see Alexa next?

    Can you imagine an escape room where, to solve the puzzles, you rely exclusively on Amazon Alexa? But it’s only the beginning…(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Nokia 3310 3G will be available in the U.S. for $60 later this month

    Preorders are open now, and it’ll officially be launched at Best Buy on October 29.

    Back at MWC in February, HMD Global unveiled the Nokia 3310 – a throwback to the classic phone by the same name that first came out in 2000. The phone was originally announced with only support for 2G networks, but in September, HMD announced a 3G version with faster data speeds. That variant was already confirmed to work in the United States, and shortly following that announcement, the 3310 will officially be making its way to the States for immediate purchase.

    Best Buy will be the official retailer for the Nokia 3310 in the U.S., and preorders are actually open starting today (October 23) if you want to hand over your dollars ASAP. The phone costs $59.99, and it’ll launch on Sunday, October 29 in Azure, Charcoal, Warm Red, and Yellow.

    You’ll be able to use the 3310 on any GSM networks (including the likes of T-Mobile, AT&T, Cricket, MetroPCS, etc.), but if you were hoping to use it on …

  • GameStash wants to give you a Samsung Galaxy S8!

    GameStash is here, and you can win a free Galaxy S8 just for trying it out!

    So what exactly is GameStash, anyway? Think Netflix for Android games, but with a few smart twists. For just $4.99 per month, you get access to hundreds of awesome Android games — both free and paid — that you can download and play for as long as you’re a GameStash subscriber. Big-name games like Rayman Jungle Run, King of Thieves, Talking Tom Gold Run, and Worms — fantastic titles that you’d either need to pay for, would typically have ads, or have in-app purchases from the Play Store — are available for free with a GameStash subscription. You can check out the announcement post for all the details!

    We’re clearly big fans of GameStash (who wouldn’t be?), so we’re teaming up with them to give one of you a new Samsung Galaxy S8 and give away a stack of plushies! Read on for all the details!

    THE PRIZE: One GameStash user will win the new Samsung Galaxy S8! Two runners-up will receiv…

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