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    Sales for the OnePlus 6 opened last Tuesday, and our recent review for the company’s latest flagship was generally positive, especially considering the affordable $529 starting price. Android enthusiasts tend to be one of OnePlus’ primary customers, and they’re also one of our bigger audiences as readers. So we’re wondering, how many of you bought or plan on buying a OnePlus 6.

    For certain customers—namely, the root and ROM-friendly enthusiast crowd—OnePlus’ phones are often their first and last stop, especially now that other companies are halting their own support for that.

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    Weekend poll: Will you be buying a OnePlus 6? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Poll: How often do you play games on your smartphone?

    Games are some of the most popular apps on smartphones. Do you play games on your smartphone often? We want to hear from you in our weekly reader poll!(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • [Deal Alert] Pixel Buds down to $129 ($30 off) at Best Buy

    The Pixel Buds were announced alongside the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in October of last year, and since then, we’ve rarely seen them discounted. Sure, there was a 50% off offer when purchased with a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, but that required you to drop a…

  • Wireless mice, flash drives, and more are all on sale today

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    Today you can get big discounts on Memorial Day outdoor furniture, wireless mice, 128GB flash drives, and more!

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    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • [Deal Alert] JBL Pulse 3 Bluetooth speaker with colorful light show is $130 ($70 off) at Best Buy

    JBL is a trusted name in the Bluetooth speaker game, and its Pulse 3 speaker is one of the more visually pleasing ones available today. While it’s not the only Bluetooth speaker touting a colorful light show, it’s certainly the best-looking of the bun…

  • 21 new and notable Android games from the last week including Death Coming, Stories of Bethem – Full Moon, and Deploy and Destroy: Ash vs ED (5/23/18 – 5/27/18)

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  • Lord High Commander of Cameras [#acpodcast]

    Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Russell Holly host the backdoor pilot for AC Foodcast as they talk about the GDPR Hall of Shame, OnePlus 6, and its $69 companion Bluetooth earbuds, Bullets Wireless.

    Essential Phone 2 is reportedly canceled, and founder Andy Rubin is considering selling the company. Some people have gotten hands-on time with RED Hydrogen One, but release of the product is still a little ways off. In addition, BlackBerry is teasing the KEY2, which will have dual rear cameras. Rounding out the new phone chat, HTC U12+ is a beautiful device that can only be purchased directly from HTC — No carriers, no retailers.

    Lastly, and most importantly: You put sweet on savory, NOT sweet on sweet.

    Listen now

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    Show Notes and Links:

    GDPR Hall of Shame
    OnePlus 6 review: The matter is settled
    OnePlus announces Bullets Wireless, its first wireless earbuds, coming in June for $69
    Essential Phone 2…

  • Lord High Commander of Cameras [#acpodcast]

    Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Russell Holly host the backdoor pilot for AC Foodcast as they talk about the GDPR Hall of Shame, OnePlus 6, and its $69 companion Bluetooth earbuds, Bullets Wireless.

    Essential Phone 2 is reportedly canceled, and founder Andy Rubin is considering selling the company. Some people have gotten hands-on time with RED Hydrogen One, but release of the product is still a little ways off. In addition, BlackBerry is teasing the KEY2, which will have dual rear cameras. Rounding out the new phone chat, HTC U12+ is a beautiful device that can only be purchased directly from HTC — No carriers, no retailers.

    Lastly, and most importantly: You put sweet on savory, NOT sweet on sweet.

    Listen now

    Subscribe in iTunes: Audio
    Subscribe in RSS: Audio
    Download directly: Audio
    Show Notes and Links:

    GDPR Hall of Shame
    OnePlus 6 review: The matter is settled
    OnePlus announces Bullets Wireless, its first wireless earbuds, coming in June for $69
    Essential Phone 2…

  • Netgear asks Arlo customers to change passwords in light of security threat

    If you own an Arlo security camera, listen up: Netgear is asking its Arlo customers to change their passwords after observing suspicious activity involving attackers trying to get access to user accounts. The forum post notes that Arlo has no evidence…

  • ESPN+ will stream League of Legends competitions this summer

    Add esports to the list of things the sports network’s streaming app does well.

    ESPN and Riot games have entered into a multi-year agreement to stream esports competitions on the ESPN+ app.

    It’ll start June 16 with the North American League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split. Ten teams will go against each other twice each season, with 18 matches for each, and one match per day. The matches will stream live on ESPN+ on Saturday and Sunday.

    The finals will be Sept. 8-9 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif.. Three teams will qualify for the League of Legends World Championship in South Korea. That competition will put 24 teams from 14 regional leagues up against each other later in the fall.

    The LoL teams competing in the North American LCS are:

    100 Thieves
    Cloud9
    Clutch Gaming
    Counter Logic Gaming
    Echo Fox
    FlyQuest
    Golden Guardians
    OpTic Gaming
    Team Liquid
    TSM
    ESPN+ — which is $4.99 a month after a free seven-day trial — is available through on Am…

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