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  • [Deal Alert] Xiaomi Mi A1 is down to $225 on eBay

    Chances are that you’ve read about our second take on the excellent Mi A1 posted earlier today. It might not be officially sold here in the US, but it can still be had for not a lot of money, so long as you don’t care much about LTE. never-msrp, a pop…

  • Sprint HTC U11 Oreo update rolling out starting Monday

    HTC U11 owners on Sprint have something to look forward to on Monday. According to Mo Versi, HTC’s VP of Product Management, the Oreo update will start rolling out to users at the start of the work week, though it might take a few days to complete.

  • Yahoo Finance launches ‘Tanda,’ an app to help you save money more wisely with others

    Download an app on your phone, link it to your bank account, contribute some money each month to a pool shared with a bunch of people you’ve never met before, and wait your turn to get a payout. I’m no mind reader, but you probably have one of two reactions to that proposition: “That sounds shady as all hell” or “That sounds like something my parents did.” Well, this is the general idea behind Yahoo Finance’s new app called Tanda, and it probably warrants some explanation.

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    Yahoo Finance launches ‘Tanda,’ an app to help you save money more wisely with others was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 30 of the best games for Google Daydream

    Daydream virtual reality games may not have a huge following, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t quite a few quality titles out there for those of you who enjoy dabbling in mobile VR entertainment. So I have taken it upon myself to compile what I thin…

  • How to turn off ‘add icons to home screen’ in Android Oreo

    Oreo introduces a new way to disable app icons from being automatically added to the home screen.

    Android gives you a lot of options to restore apps and settings when you’re switching from an older phone, but if you’re looking to set up your phone as new, you’ll have to go to the Play Store and download apps individually. And that means turning off the option to add app icons to your home screen as you download them unless you want your device looking like an iPhone.

    The setting to disable icons from being added to the home screen was in the Play Store settings, but Google switched things up with the Oreo update and moved it to the home screen settings. So if you’ve moved to a phone running Oreo and wanted to turn off the option to add icons to your home screen every time you download an app from the Play Store, read on.

    How to turn off ‘add icons to home screen’ in Android Oreo

    Use the zoom-in gesture to reveal the home screen settings.
    Select Home settings.
    Toggle Add icon to…

  • Don’t buy an Amazon Echo Dot — get the Zolo Halo instead*

    *But only if you’re OK missing out on a few of the Echo’s cooler features.

    The is the Zolo Halo. It’s mostly like an Amazon Echo Dot. It’s a connected speaker. It’s got a microphone. It has Amazon Alexa built into it. So it can answer questions and control things and do most everything the Echo can do.

    And at $391, it’s priced about the same as the Echo Dot (which officially is $49 but had been on sale for $39 for a while; your mileage may vary) — but it sounds a lot better. So much so that I’ll say this: If you’re considering an Amazon Echo Dot, give this a long, hard look first.

    It’s not that the Zolo Halo sounds great. It’s a small, OK speaker for the price. You’re not going to be blow away by sound quality by anything this small, and certainly not this small and this inexpensive. But for $40, it sounds just fine, and it sounds that much better than the Echo Dot.

    I’m admittedly tired of the Echo Dot’s tired design. So the Halo (much like the similar Eufy Genie, a …

  • Xiaomi Mi A1 second take: For $215, it offers the best value of any Android smartphone right now

    A couple of months ago, my brother in law came to me with a question: he needed an affordable $200-300 Android smartphone that he could purchase from the UAE or Lebanon and that would do the basics right. My ready-made answer in the category in the pa…

  • Google Home adds maxdome as a video provider in Germany

    Google Home is available in a few countries, but if you live anywhere outside the US, your choice for a video provider is quite limited. Telling Home to play a video from YouTube, Google Photos, or Netflix works in all countries, but that’s it. The US gets CBS, CW, Viki, and YouTube TV, but other countries don’t have any local content providers. Beside Australia, that is, which has Stan and now Germany is adding maxdome (it should work though it hasn’t shown up in this list yet).

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    Google Home adds maxdome as a video provider in Germany was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • This is the Lava Red OnePlus 5T

    Lava Red OnePlus 5T is now available for purchase in India.

    OnePlus has seen a meteoric growth in India over the last 18 months, with the brand dominating sales in the premium segment. There’s clearly a lot of demand for the manufacturer’s phones, and the brand is doing its part to cater to that demand by rolling out new color options. We’ve seen that last month with the gorgeous Star Wars-themed variant of the 5T, and now the company is launching the Lava Red color option in India.

    The Lava Red OnePlus 5T is now up for sale on Amazon India for ₹37,999 ($595), the same price as the regular model. That’s for the variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

    The Midnight Black option of the 5T was rather subdued, but that’s not the case with the Lava Red variant. The bright red hue interspersed with the maroon antenna lines at the top and bottom makes the phone look rather striking, and the matte finish makes the color pop. And unlike Apple, OnePlus has opted to g…

  • [Update: Now available] Lava Red OnePlus 5T to go on sale on January 20th

    The Lava Red OnePlus 5T first debuted in November of last year. To the chagrin of many fans, it turned out to be exclusively for the Chinese market, but that will soon cease to be the case.

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    [Update: Now available] Lava Red OnePlus 5T to go on sale on January 20th was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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