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  • Spigen Neo Hybrid Herringbone case for Pixel 2 XL review: Blue beauty

    If you want a lot of protection and a lot of style for your Pixel 2 XL, check out this case from Spigen.

    Spigen has made its name on phone cases and other accessories, offering plenty of different styles and color options to make your phone look its best.

    Spigen’s cases are among the best you can get for the Pixel 2 XL, and one of the classiest is Spigen’s Neo Hybrid Herringbone case.

    Spigen Neo Hybrid Herringbone for Google Pixel 2 XL

    Price: $16.99

    Bottom line: This case is a great option if you want a unique look for your phone while still having plenty of protection.

    The Good

    Two color options
    Herringbone pattern stands out from the crowd
    Allows squeezing for Google Assistant
    Great protection
    The Bad

    Hard to remove the phone once case is installed
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    Distinctive and protective

    Spigen Neo Hybrid Herringbone for Pi…

  • Why progressive web apps (PWAs) may ultimately benefit Google more than Microsoft

    Image Credit: David Breyer

    The hybrid web-app solution, progressive web app, is touted as the possible solution to Microsoft’s app gap; but it may do more good for Google than for Microsoft.

    Google and Microsoft are fierce competitors in AI, productivity tools, search and more. Additionally, Google’s refusal to bring its first-party apps to Windows phone was a strategic blow that contributed to the platform’s poor adoption.

    Given this troubled history and present rivalry, it’s ironic that Microsoft’s Jeffrey Burtoft, principal program manager for partner app experiences, reached out to Google to forge a partnership in developing progressive web app (PWA) standards. Google had introduced service workers or scripts that run in the background, into its web-app solution that reduced the system’s resource usage, allowing PWAs to work efficiently. Microsoft was intrigued by Google’s approach which seemed superior to its own Universal Windows web-app strategy.

    Microsoft had been invest…

  • Samsung ‘Wireless Charger Duo’ for Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy Watch leaked

    Last month, a fast wireless charger from Samsung known only to us as ‘EP-N6100’ passed through the FCC. An image of the box of that wireless charger, officially called ‘Wireless Charger Duo,’ has leaked out courtesy of MobileFun, and it also confirms …

  • [Deal Alert] Get a pair of Sony WH-H800 H.Ear wireless headphones for $100 ($129 off) today on Woot

    In case you’re not burnt out on audio equipment deals after Prime Day earlier this week, here’s another one: Woot’s got Sony’s WH-H800 H.Ear wireless over-ear headphones for more than half off, down from their normal price of $229 to just $100.

    The cans are available in only two of the many colors they generally come in — black and blue (and “blue” looks pretty gray to me). Sony claims the headphones can swing 24 hours of playback on a full charge, which is impressive.

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    [Deal Alert] Get a pair of Sony WH-H800 H.Ear wireless headphones for $100 ($129 off) today on Woot was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The next evolution in smartphone design might be the ‘camera island’

    Smartphone manufacturers, now more than ever, are pushing for a bezel-less future. The infamous ‘notch’, as seen on countless phones this year, is unfortunately what we’re stuck with for now. There are a few solutions for ditching the notch, like movi…

  • What you missed this week on CordCutters.com

    Yeah, it was all about Amazon Prime Day. And other stuff.

    Amazon Prime Day has come and gone. (Though some deals definitely are lingering.) Did you buy anything? Did you stick your head in the sand and pretend that uncontrolled amounts of consumerism aren’t actually a thing?

    Doesn’t matter, really — because billions and billions of people (OK, probably more like millions) did take advantage of Prime day.

    And it should be no surprise that the Amazon Fire TV Stick led the way, followed by Fire TV 4K pendant. Personally I’d stay away from the underpowered sticks, but it’s hard to argue with a $39 streaming device.

    The 50-inch Toshiba Fire TV Edition came in fifth — again, not a huge surprise given the price.

    No Fire TV Cube in the Top 10? That’s not overly surprising, either, given how new it is. (And that it’s the most expensive, even on Prime Day.) If you’re still deciding whether to pick one up, check out our video review:

    So, yeah. Maybe Prime Day was a…

  • Itching to play Fortnite on Android? You’ll need one of these phones

    We are looking forward to the imminent arrival of Fortnite on Android smartphones. Although we don’t know the official date yet, for now we can check if our smartphone will be compatible. We leave you with the complete list(This is a preview – click he…

  • Revisit the good old days with the NES Classic Mini, now in stock at Amazon

    You should hurry up.

    Ah, Nintendo, breaker of hearts and crusher of dreams. How can one company be so good at releasing such limited quantities of the coolest items ever?!

    The Nintendo NES Classic Mini has been hard to nab from the get-go. When it was first released, people waited in line for hours in the hopes of snatching one up — myself included. This little gadget hit the reseller market fast after stock was depleted, selling for up to $1,000. Seriously. It was once thought to be gone forever, and it left thousands of fans upset, knowing that they may never have the chance to revisit their childhood favorites on an actual Nintendo machine. (Yes, you can emulate retro games. No, it isn’t the same. Don’t @ me.)

    Thankfully, you don’t have to wait for six hours in the freezing Wisconsin snow to get yours like I did. You don’t even have to leave your house. Amazon has the Nintendo NES Classic Mini console in stock for the MSRP of $59.99. No markups, no hassle, and no blood, sweat,…

  • Revisit the good old days with the NES Classic Mini, now in stock at Amazon

    You should hurry up.

    Ah, Nintendo, breaker of hearts and crusher of dreams. How can one company be so good at releasing such limited quantities of the coolest items ever?!

    The Nintendo NES Classic Mini has been hard to nab from the get-go. When it was first released, people waited in line for hours in the hopes of snatching one up — myself included. This little gadget hit the reseller market fast after stock was depleted, selling for up to $1,000. Seriously. It was once thought to be gone forever, and it left thousands of fans upset, knowing that they may never have the chance to revisit their childhood favorites on an actual Nintendo machine. (Yes, you can emulate retro games. No, it isn’t the same. Don’t @ me.)

    Thankfully, you don’t have to wait for six hours in the freezing Wisconsin snow to get yours like I did. You don’t even have to leave your house. Amazon has the Nintendo NES Classic Mini console in stock for the MSRP of $59.99. No markups, no hassle, and no blood, sweat,…

  • Shark vacuums, DNA test kits, Hue Lights, and more are all discounted today

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

    We found plenty of great deals today that include big discounts on Shark’s popular multi-floor vacuum, Philips Hue Starter Kits, DNA testing kits and more! Time’s running out to take advantage of these prices, so hurry!

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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!

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