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  • Audiobooks now officially available from Google Play

    We’ve known for months that Google has been planning to sell audiobooks, and a recent APK teardown revealed that the announcement would come very soon. At long last, audiobooks are finally rolling out on Google Play Books, and you can even play them f…

  • T-Mobile completes purchase of Layer3 TV

    Near the end of last year, T-Mobile announced that it was buying Layer3 TV, an online television provider. T-Mobile said that it wanted to “un-carrier” the TV industry by offering its own service, and purchasing Layer3 was the first step. T-Mobile’s acquisition of Layer3 is now complete, according to a press release from today.

    The announcement, unfortunately, doesn’t have any details about T-Mobile’s future TV plans. John Legere, President and CEO of T-Mobile, said in a statement, “I can’t wait to take the fight to Big Cable and Satellite TV on behalf of consumers everywhere!” The company’s new TV team will be led by Jeff Binder, the CEO of Layer3.

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    T-Mobile completes purchase of Layer3 TV was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Lara Croft Go is one of the purest Tomb Raider experiences you can play

    Lara Croft Go forgoes backstory and traditional action-adventure game conventions — yet it’s still the best Tomb Raider game you’ll play.

    2018 will see the release of a brand new Tomb Raider movie, which will officially be…takes a deep breath … a reboot of a movie series that’s adapted from a video game series with the source material, of course, based on the most recent video game reboot of the original Tomb Raider games. In other words, the Tomb Raider franchise proves once and for all that time is cyclical and everything will repeat itself again and again forever and ever.

    Play Lara Croft Go for FreeGAMESTASH

    But seemingly existing outside of the traditional franchise cycle structure is a little mobile gem called Lara Croft Go, an outstanding puzzle game that just might be the best representation of the Tomb Raider franchise.

    I’m not even sure if that’s a controversial statement. If you go back and play the classic Tomb Raider games — whether yo…

  • [Deal Alert] Verizon offering ‘buy one get one free’ deal on Pixel 2, Galaxy S8, Moto Z2 Force, and LG V30 with trade in

    The phrase ‘buy one get one free’ can be music to the ears of consumers but doesn’t often apply to expensive devices like smartphones. For that reason, this deal from Verizon is looking pretty sweet. Getting in on the Valentine’s Day spirit early, the…

  • You’ll soon be able to see Snapchat Stories on the web

    It will soon be possible to share your Snapchat Stories on the web, Snap has announced today. The initiative, which would reportedly be called Stories Everywhere, was first leaked last month by Cheddar, will allow users to generate a shareable link to a story which can then be viewed on a web browser. According to Engadget, the feature will initially be exclusive to two countries: Australia and Canada.

    In this first phase, not all stories will be shareable.

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    You’ll soon be able to see Snapchat Stories on the web was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Audiobooks now available on Google Play without a monthly subscription

    You can start listening to a new title for under $10.

    The Google Play Store is already Android’s one-stop-shop for apps, games, movies, TV shows, and e-books, and now the digital marketplace is officially stepping into the world of audiobooks. There was a rumor back in November that this was in the works, but now you can head to the Play Store and start listening to your favorite titles.

    Audiobooks will be offered alongside e-books within Google Play Books, and they’ll be accessible on Android, iOS, and the web. Even better, if you have a Google Home or another smart speaker that’s powered by the Google Assistant, you can just say “Ok, Google, read my book” to start listening right away.

    In celebration of audiobooks hitting the Play Store, Google is offering tons of titles for $10 or less and is letting you get your very first audiobook for 50% off. Some of the discounted books include Fire & Fury, The Girl on the Train, 1984, and my personal favorite, Ready Player One.

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  • Keep this $9 portable 10000mAh battery with you everywhere you go

    The extra power you need to make it through the night.

    Amazon currently has Kmashi’s 10000mAh power bank on sale for just $8.99 when you enter the coupon code 9YVPU7TD during checkout. For most people, 10000mAh is more than sufficient. It charges most iPhone or Android phones up to five times per charge of the battery, which means you won’t have to worry about a dead phone during your night on the town. There are two USB ports so you can share the power with a friend, or charge two of your own devices if you need.

    On the side there is a switch to turn it on or off, the micro-USB input to charge it, and a set of lights that indicate how much power is left in the power bank. Be sure to use the coupon code above to grab one for yourself or a friend at the discounted price today.

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  • Location services: Which option is right for you?

    How to share where you are with the apps you want to use.

    Android phones come with a few options for location services, and these are useful for map apps, locating nearby shops, restaurants, and the like, but which one is the right one for you to use? Let’s clarify the differences and help you out.

    Accessing location services
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    How to choose location services options

    To find and select your location services if your phone uses Android 7 (Nougat):

    Tap the Settings button in your App Drawer.
    Tap Location under the Personal menu.
    Tap Mode.
    Tap the option you want to use for your location service.

    To find and select your location services if your phone uses Android 8 (Oreo):

    Launch Settings from the notification shade.
    Tap Security & Location in the main menu.
    Tap Location under the Privacy heading.
    Tap Mode.
    Tap the option you want to use for your location service.
    Now let’s have a look at each of the three options and see what they m…

  • Wacom’s Bamboo Tip is a fine-tip capacitive stylus for Android devices

    You can get a cheap capacitive stylus that works with your phone, but they’re not much more precise than your finger. Wacom says the new Bamboo Tip is in a completely different league. This stylus has a small tip more like what you’d see on an inducti…

  • Get the Ethical Hacking A to Z bundle for just $19!

    Hackers pose a serious threat, not only to individuals but also to large corporations. There are vast security structures in place to keep hackers out, but without testing that security, there’s no way to know whether it will hold up. That’s where ethical hackers come in.

    Ethical hackers are employed to test security systems, and the better they are at hacking, the better they are at their job. In order to become a successful ethical hacker, you really need to know what you’re doing, and the training required is usually quite extensive and expensive.

    Right now, however, Android Central Digital Offers has a deal on the Ethical Hacking A to Z bundle. Instead of paying the regular price of $1,273, you’ll pay just $19. That’s an additional price drop off of what’s already a 96 percent discount off the regular price.

    This eight-course bundle will take you from zero to hero with 667 lessons and over 76 hours of training. Courses include:

    Ethical Hacker Bootcamp
    A to Z ethical Hacking C…

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