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  • Become an IT Security professional for $29

    The world of IT Security is ever-changing and fast-paced and with increased worries over black hat hackers, the demand for IT security professionals is increasing as well. Whether it’s important credit card information or private data from a company, hacking is a real problem that is best fended off by people who hack themselves. If you’re interested in getting into this field, you have probably wondered how do you even begin to understand the certifications required to step into this field?

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    There are three major certifications that IT Security employers are looking for: CompTIA Security+, Ethical Hacker Certification, and Cisco’s CCNA Security. With all of these under your belt, you’d be qualified to break into this exciting field.

    Allow us to introduce you to the 2017 IT Security & Ethical Hacking Certification Training by the IT experts at LearnSmart.

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  • Everything you need to know about WebVR

    Your web browser is also a VR platform.

    Most conversations about VR surround specific headsets, like Oculus Rift or Google Daydream. WebVR, as the name suggests, is bringing immersive experiences to anything with a browser. It’s a lot of fun to explore, and something anyone can try out without a lot of set up or additional hardware.

    Lets get to know WebVR together!

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  • Best Android Phones Over $700

    Update, May 2017: Article changed to better reflect a listing of phones costing over $700, rather than under $900. Galaxy S8 moves to the top spot, dropping the Pixel XL one position. The LG V20 and Galaxy S7 edge are replaced on the list.

    Best overall
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    Best tough phone

    Best overall

    Samsung Galaxy S8

    See at Verizon
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    See at Best Buy

    The Galaxy S8 has futuristic hardware with tiny bezels that give it a big screen in a small body, but inside it still offers everything you want: a high-end processor, lots of storage, an SD card slot, full waterproofing and a top-end camera.

    Yes the fingerprint sensor is slightly awkward to use, but the GS8’s iris scanner is dramatically improved to make up for it. And it only takes one look at the industry-leading display to start to forgive Samsung’s decisions on the back.

    Its software can be a little overwhelming to novices, but you can’t argue that Samsung continues to pack in hundre…

  • Samsung’s new Gear 360 available tomorrow for way cheaper than the original

    You can pick up a new Gear 360 starting May 25!

    The biggest hurdle for most people when it comes to getting into 360-degree photography is price. Cheap 360 cameras don’t take good photos, and good 360-degree cameras aren’t cheap. Samsung is going to put an end to this with its new Gear 360 camera, which will be launching in stores and online just about everywhere for $229.

    That price undercuts the original Gear 360 pricing by over $100, and makes the next best camera in the lineup considerably more expensive. It’s also going to be available in way more places, with Best Buy, Amazon, and all of the major U.S. carriers planning to carry the camera.

    On top of great pricing and thoroughly expanded availability, Samsung is firing up a special promotion with the new Gear 360 for those who haven’t yet picked up the Galaxy S8. If you pick up the phone between May 25 and June 19, you’ll be able to score a Gear 360 for $49 through a Samsung Store promotion.

    This is a huge win for Samsung, …

  • OnePlus 5: CEO hints at fingerprint on the front

    Not the back. Or the side. Or under the screen.

    OnePlus has made an artform of the “slow trickle” of info around new, unannounced smartphones. The most recent nugget of info comes from the company’s CEO, Pete Lau, who recently appeared to confirm that the OnePlus 5 will feature a front-facing fingerprint scanner, like its predecessors. First reported by GizChina, the remark came in Lau’s answer to a fan question on Chinese social media platform Weibo.

    Fingerprint on the front means the OnePlus 5 will probably be a traditional 16:9 slab.

    Sure, everyone has their own preference when it comes to fingerprint scanner placement. But if Lau’s comments are accurate — and there’s no reason to doubt them — we can draw a few conclusions. First off, it’s likely that the OnePlus 5 will use a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio, as opposed to the taller form factors championed by Samsung and LG. (An 18:9 display plus front-facing fingerprint would likely lead to an unreasonably tall …

  • Tell Alexa how much money you saved buying the Echo Dot for $40 today!

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a rare price drop on the Echo Dot for one day only!!

    Amazon’s Echo Dot is a must-have for anyone looking to make their home smarter, and right now you can get one for $40 from a variety of retailers (including Amazon) for today only! This is a $10 savings and brings it back down to the lowest price we’ve seen on a new condition unit. The Echo Dot is a hands-free voice-controlled device that can play music, provide information, read back the news and control select smart home devices in your home or office. Thanks to its far-field microphones, it can actually hear you from across the room and in noisy environments.

    The Echo Dot is on sale today at:

    Best Buy (save an additional $20 when buying 3)
    You can also score its big brother, the Amazon Echo, as a refurbished unit for just $134.99 right now. Amazon has been adding new features to the Echo lineup regularly, so it will continue to improve and get smarter over…

  • How to download and install the Android O launcher

    If your phone is Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but you’re dying for the Android O experience, you can get the latest Pixel Launcher via APK. Here’s how.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Samsung Galaxy S9 apparently in development, because of course it is

    Galaxy S9 and S9+ development reportedly 3-4 months ahead of previous devices.

    Once again, your shiny new Samsung Galaxy S8 is OLD NEWS. According to reports from the Korean press, development of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ is apparently already well underway, under the codenames “Star” and “Star 2” respectively. That’s entirely unsurprinsing in itself — you’d certainly expect next year’s phone to be in the works by now, as we approach the midway point of 2017.

    The main takeaway: GS9 development could be further along than previous phones in previous years.

    But what’s supposedly different this time around, according to The Bell, is that the production schedule for the Galaxy S9 is reportedly some three to four months ahead of previous flagships. According to the outlet’s sources, that means the GS9 could enter mass production before the end of 2017, which could point to an earlier launch window in 2018 — which in turn could make a public unveiling at Mobile World Congr…

  • Icon Pack Studio is a neat icon mask maker with a bad name

    Smart Launcher makes one hell of a launcher, and it just stepped up its theming game in a big, big way.

    Smart Launcher released Icon Pack Studio last week, giving ordinary users with zero experience the ability to create icon masks that will evenly and beautifully apply to all of the apps on their home screen and app drawer. Even better, the way Smart Launcher made this move lets its victory come to other launchers as well, giving users a win and giving Smart Launcher a new way to try and coax users away from their long-time launcher.

    I just wish they’d given it a name that wasn’t a lie.

    See, icon packs like Whicons, Glim, and S_Eight leave gaps. There are millions of apps in Google Play, to say nothing of third-party app stores, and it’s impossible for icon makers to make specialized icons for them all in their packs. That’s why we have icon masks, to help smooth over the gaps an icon pack can leave in your app drawer. Some masks are better than others, depending on how well th…

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Active leaves behind the physical navigation buttons

    An active Galaxy that doesn’t really look like it.

    Leaks don’t get much more verifiable than this. The Wireless Power Consortium —the company in charge of the Qi standard — has posted what appears to be the front of the Galaxy S8 Active, a likely-AT&T exclusive that will debut in the next few weeks.

    Though the phone shares the same basic design as the Galaxy S8, it doesn’t have the (fragile) curved glass, and a slightly larger side bezel buttresses the 5.8-inch screen, reinforced at the corners to protect against impact.

    What’s perhaps most interesting about the design is what it lacks, the three physical navigation buttons that have been a mainstay of the Active line for years. Of course, to keep with the new 18.5:9 aspect ratio and general Galaxy S8 design language, the decision is not surprising, but it may come as a disappointment to those holding out hope that Samsung would maintain at least one flagship with physical keys.

    As with previous Active versions of…

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