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  • ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 vs. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro: Battle of the budget beasts

    ASUS is taking the fight to Xiaomi with its latest budget phone.

    Over the course of the last three years, Xiaomi went from a relatively unknown Chinese brand to India’s largest smartphone manufacturer. It did so by introducing budget phones that offered great value for money, and eliminating common pain points. For instance, one of the areas Xiaomi focused on last year was battery life — it started rolling out phones with larger batteries and offering optimizations within MIUI to eke out the maximum battery life.

    As a result, Xiaomi’s phones consistently lead the charts when it comes to battery life. The mixture of two-day battery life and decent specs allowed the Redmi Note 4 to become the best-selling phone in India last year, and the Redmi Note 5 Pro builds on that by offering beefier hardware and a better camera — while retaining the same great battery life.

    Xiaomi’s ability to undercut its rivals is unmatched in the industry, and it does so not only in the phone s…

  • Target releases Target Connected for Android, an app to control the retailer’s own smart lamps and nightlights

    Apparently Target has its own line of smart lamps, for which the US retailer released an iOS app called Target Connected back in October 2016. Now that app is available for Android devices, though without Google Assistant integration or any groundbrea…

  • [Deal Alert] ASUS Chromebook Flip C213SA-YS02 with stylus down to $320 ($79 off)

    Chromebooks are continuing to become a very attractive product, but not everyone wants to drop $1000 or more on a Pixelbook. Asus is one of the better names in this space, especially with the Flip C302. If you’re more interested in a smaller form factor, the C213SA-YS02-S has fallen to $319.85, which is a nice $79.15 off MSRP. 

    This ruggedized little convertible has an 11.6″ HD touchscreen on a 360° hinge, a spillproof keyboard, and an Intel 3350 CPU, which isn’t the best chip, as well as Android app support, USB-C, 32GB of flash storage, 4GB of DDR4 RAM, and a stylus.

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    [Deal Alert] ASUS Chromebook Flip C213SA-YS02 with stylus down to $320 ($79 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Amazon Prime increasing to $119/yr starting May 11 for new subscribers, June 16 for renewals

    It’s pretty safe to say that Amazon Prime is a very popular service, what with over 100 million subscribers. Many will call Prime invaluable, from the great shipping options to the wide selection of media to consume. But a change is coming and it’s co…

  • [Deal Alert] Canary’s 1080p indoor security camera is $99 on Amazon and Chewy ($70 off)

    Connected security cameras seem to be popping up all over the place these days and while they’re really tempting for some of us, the high cost of entry is deterring. Luckily, we can count on sales to help ease that monetary burden a bit. Canary’s all-in-one 1080p indoor security camera has fallen below $100, sitting at $98.57 on both Amazon and Chewy. That’s $70.43 off.

    This camera features Alexa and Assistant integration, a 147° wide-angle lens, a built-in siren, a climate monitor, and motion tracking.

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    [Deal Alert] Canary’s 1080p indoor security camera is $99 on Amazon and Chewy ($70 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Report: T-Mobile and Sprint may agree to merger as soon as next week

    Sprint and T-Mobile weave a complicated relationship. For years they’ve desired each other, drawn inexorably to that most corporate copulation: the merger. In a landscape run by AT&T and Verizon, the two star-crossed lovers have struggled separately to carve a little chunk of the world (including the US telecommunications market) for themselves. And, according to a report by Reuters, after a long and conflicted courtship, their paths and profits may soon be joined. 

    For a concise history of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger: First it was on, then it was off, then it was on again.

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    Report: T-Mobile and Sprint may agree to merger as soon as next week was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung posts Q1 2018 financial results, tops expectations with record profits

    It’s that time of the… quarter. 2018 Q1 financial reports are being published by most of the big tech names, and Samsung is likely pretty pleased with its performance so far this year. It isn’t quite as high as the impressive 2017 Q4 results it previously posted, but it’s sitting pretty with a total of KRW 60.56 trillion ($56 billion) in revenue, with KRW 15.64 trillion ($14.51 billion) in operating profit. That’s a revenue increase of 20% and an operating profit increase of over 50% compared to Q1 2017, beating expectations. 

    A glut of Samsung’s earnings came from continued demand in memory as well as its overall semiconductor foundry efforts.

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    Samsung posts Q1 2018 financial results, tops expectations with record profits was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] $50 off Amazon Fire HD 10, starting at $100

    Looking to pick up a cheap tablet? Amazon has you covered. Right now, you can get $50 off all variants of the Fire HD 10, meaning that you can pay as little as $100 for a 10″ FHD tablet (32GB with ads). That’s pretty great.
    Whether you opt for ads or …

  • Amazon Prime yearly subscription increasing to $119 starting in May

    Renewals after June 16 will jump to new price.

    Amazon’s Q1 2018 earnings were just released, and the company once again beat estimates. But during the analyst call, it wasn’t all good news — at least for customers. Amazon says that it will be increasing the yearly subscription price of Amazon Prime in the U.S. to $119 from the current $99.

    This new price will go into effect for new Prime sign-ups starting on May 11, just a couple weeks away, while those of us who already have Prime won’t be hit by the price increase unless our renewals come due on or after June 16. Amazon will send out emails to current subscribers with details prior to the change.

    The month-to-month subscription option, which is $12.99/month ($156/year) after receiving a price bump earlier this year, will remain.

    Amazon just boosted its (already massive) Prime revenue with a single move.

    Amazon recently revealed that it has over 100 million paid Prime members worldwide — not all of whom pay the …

  • Oculus Go: Everything you need to know!

    The next headset from Oculus should be here any day now.

    At Oculus Connect 4, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Oculus is working a new headset that sits in a “sweet spot” somewhere between Gear VR and Rift.

    Officially called Oculus Go, this headset requires no phone and no cables running to the PC. It will be able to play movies, run games, and help you meet up with friends in VR. We’ve got the details for you here!

    April 26th Update: F8 Conference live stream details!

    If the rumors are to be believed, Facebook plans to use its annual F8 conference to unveil the sales plan for Oculus Go. It’s possible some time during this presentation will be used to offer retail availability, as well as an opportunity to pre-order the long-teased standalone VR headset. If you want to catch the Keynote presentation live so you are first in line, be sure to watch the F8 live address on May 1st!

    Watch the F8 Live Stream here!

    What is Oculus Go?

    Oculus Go is the third headset from Oculus…

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