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  • Deal: New Tello customers get the first month of data service FREE

    If you’re in the market for a new pay-as-you-go plan, Tello may have just what you need. New customers can buy any Tello cell phone plan of $10 or more and get the first month of data FREE. All of the data options that Tello offers, from 200MB to 5GB, are eligible for this limited-time promotion.

    Tello lets you build your own custom plan that suits your needs, offering 4G LTE with customizable talk, text, and data. Don’t need talk or text? Only send a few messages a month? You can choose whatever works for you — data plans start with as little as 200MB of data and go all the way up to 5GB.

    About Tello plans:

    Build your own plan by choosing the amount of talk, text and 4G LTE data that suits your needs.
    You can update your plan any time for free, and the change is instant
    All incoming calls and texts are charged
    Unused balances roll over the next 30 days.
    No contracts or data overages, speeds are slowed when you reach your data allotment until the next billing cycle.

  • Play Protect is starting to roll out to all devices on Google Play Services 11

    Back at Google I/O in May, Google announced Play Protect, the consumer-facing evolution of Verify Apps, which is the background app check service that makes sure you don’t have any suspicious or malicious software installed on your device. Verify Apps…

  • [Deal Alert] Caseology are having a sale on Amazon, including $4 cases for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

    Caseology is a trusted and well-reviewed case maker, so a sale of its products on Amazon may well be of interest to some of you. Particularly those of you who’ve so far managed not to break that beautiful screen on you Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+, as there are cases for those devices starting at $4, as well as many others.

    Deals are also available for cases that fit Samsung phones such as the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, S6 Edge, and Note 5.

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    [Deal Alert] Caseology are having a sale on Amazon, including $4 cases for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • What you need to know about dual-SIM on the OnePlus 5

    Here’s what you need to know about one of the OnePlus 5’s most underrated features.

    There are many reasons why you might want to pick up a OnePlus 5 — the price, the clean software experience, fast performance, or the bragging rights that go with 8GB of RAM. But one of the phone’s most useful features for travelers isn’t being heavily advertised. OnePlus’s latest phone, like earlier models, is a dual-SIM handset. And that can save you a lot of hassle — and money — if you’re a frequent traveler.

    Here’s what you need to know.

    Why use dual SIM?

    Simply put, a dual-SIM phone like the OnePlus 5 lets you stay connected on two SIMs at the same time — one for 4G LTE data, the other for voice calls alone, with up to 3G connectivity support. There are a few reasons why you might want to do that. If you’re a businessperson, a dual-SIM phone can allow you to stay connected on your personal and work SIMs without carrying two phones.

    Stay connected on your home S…

  • PSA: Google Calendar added a drag-and-drop gesture for moving events to different times and days

    With version 5.7.25 of Google Calendar published on June 15, the app added one feature that we’ve always wanted and sort of gave up on having: drag-and-drop for events. But it took until Reddit user Racing24 noticed it yesterday for us to go back a few versions and track the change down to that specific release of Calendar.

    How it works is simple. With your Calendar open on the day view, 3-day view, or week view, you can hold any event and drag it to another time slot.

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    PSA: Google Calendar added a drag-and-drop gesture for moving events to different times and days was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google’s Android O engineering team hosted a Reddit AMA, here’s what they had to say

    With a recent example of how not to do a Reddit AMA still fresh in the mind courtesy of OnePlus, yesterday was Google’s turn to show us how it’s done. A long list of key personnel from the Android engineering team took to r/androiddev to answer questions from the community regarding the upcoming release of Android O. As you’d expect, the team remained coy about a number of things they’re simply not yet allowed to speak about, but they did have some interesting things to say.

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    Google’s Android O engineering team hosted a Reddit AMA, here’s what they had to say was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Galaxy Note Pro: Why Samsung should sell a $1500 phone

    What happens when you unleash Samsung’s design, scale and dominance in the ultra high-end market?

    In 2014, Samsung achieved something that few in the working tech media had the remaining capacity to feel: surprise. It did this at a relatively subtle launch event in New York City, inside the building that would become its flagship showcase, Samsung 837.

    The product was the Galaxy Note Edge, which debuted alongside the company’s real fall flagship, the Note 4. The Note Edge was essentially a Note 4 with one side of its display a cascade of OLED and glass that, impossibly, met the metal bezel and disappeared. It was amazing and ridiculous and, unsurprisingly, not particularly useful. But it didn’t matter: people coveted this aspirational device, which was more expensive and harder to obtain than anything else from Samsung at the time. More importantly, the curved display technology that debuted in the Note Edge has since informed and, now, completely altered the trajectory of Samsung’…

  • WhatsApp beta adds a picture-in-picture mode for video calls on Android O

    WhatsApp was updated to version 2.17.265 on the beta channel yesterday and as most times, it didn’t seem like the new version brought anything new to the table. But it turns out that this isn’t the case this time; you just need to be on the newest and…

  • How to watch the British Open on your Android phone

    The British Open starts today, and you can watch it right from your phone!

    Golf fans everywhere already know what today is: the Open Championship, also known as the British Open, starts today. If you don’t want to miss a moment, or you want to rewatch the best moments, then you’ll need to know how to watch using your phone. While this is a bit tricky because of when most coverage is airing, you can take advantage of replays and clips from a few different apps to stay up to date.

    We’ve got the details for you here!

    The Open
    NBC Sports
    Golf Channel Mobile

    The Open

    One of the best ways to keep up on everything going on during The British Open is the official Open app. You can watch the livestream, which is the ideal way to get a view of what is going on. You can watch a specific hole, or keep an eye on the featured group if you want to watch a specific player.

    Of course, you can also listen to the radio broadcast, and watch highlights if you miss some of the action. The Open’s …

  • Pokémon Go update: latest news and features

    Are you waiting for a Pokémon Go update? Whether you use Android or another platform, we’ve got a list of new features that Niantic is rolling out.

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

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