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Retouch Me review: a photo correction service for those with no photo editing skills

Retouch Me is a paid photo editing service which connects users who have no photo editing skills with designers who are available 24/7.

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Is this Android P’s gesture-based navigation bar?

Home, Back, and Recents are replaced with a single pill.

Android P‘s first developer preview has been out in the wild since early March, and it’s offered a nice glimpse into what the future of Google’s mobile OS has to offer. Thanks to a screenshot shared on the Android Developers Blog, we might now have our first look at Android P’s new navigation bar.

First spotted by 9to5Google, elements like the clock on the left and rounded  [Read More…]

Best Cases for Samsung Galaxy S9+

Pump, pump, pump it up!

The Galaxy S9+ is a stunning slab of metal and glass. But that stunning slab quickly turns to a sorry slab the moment you drop it onto the ground. As hard as it may be to hide that nice design, a case is almost a requirement with these phones.

If you’re looking for a case for your Samsung Galaxy S9+, look no further! If you’re looking for a case for the smaller  [Read More…]

Amazon Fire Tablet 7 vs. Fire Tablet Kids Edition: Which should you buy?

You want to get your youngsters an Amazon Fire Tablet, but which version is right for you?

The Amazon Fire Tablet 7 is a great buy at $ 50 (Prime members can save $ 15 right now, however), especially for the kids. It’s capable enough to keep them entertained while not costing enough to pull your hair out if it gets accidentally destroyed. You can also get all the (non-Google) major content services on there as well  [Read More…]

Meater review: A wireless smart thermometer for the next-gen kitchen

The Meater takes the guesswork out of grilling and preparing various types of meat. The Bluetooth unit walks you through cooking steak, chicken, and other foods, making sure you cook it precisely the way your family and guests like it.

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Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact review: The new standard for small

Tiny. Mighty.

I love being surprised by tech. After doing this job for nearly 10 years, that’s getting harder and harder to achieve, so when it happens I savor and nourish that feeling.

The Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact surprised me. I’ve admittedly always been a fan of the diminutive form factor and pleased that Sony, a company whose smartphone has struggled over the past few generations, has maintained its cadence along with larger Xperia kin. This time  [Read More…]

Lifetime subscription to Theme Junkie WordPress themes only $24.99

Make sure your site doesn’t look like everything else out there. Theme Junkie’s premium collection has all the features you want and need: SEO optimization, beautiful designs, efficient coding– and all with a lifetime of support and new themes added regularly.

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Android Auto’s wireless mode is now available for Pixel and Nexus phones

More devices should support the feature soon.

Back at Google I/O 2017, Google announced that Android Auto was gaining a new wireless mode that allowed your phone to essentially connect to a Wi-Fi network your car/head unit put out so you could get the Android Auto experience without having to mess with any cables. Pioneer, Kenwood, and JVC announced a few units at CES 2018 that supported this feature, but up until now, it still wasn’t live.

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Want a phone with a huge battery? Oukitel discounts the K10000 Pro and K10 (Promoted)

On the market for a phone with a huge battery? Look no further than Oukitel, which is currently hosting a flash sale on two of its big-battery phones, the K10000 Pro and K10.

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Kobra’s Bluetooth OBD-II car code reader is down to just $8

Figure out what’s wrong without taking it into the shop.

This Kobra Bluetooth OBD-II car code reader is down to $ 8.03 on Amazon with code UKLW9NL5. This is the lowest price we’ve ever seen, even through previous coupon codes. It has sold around $ 13 for several months now.

The Kobra Bluetooth code reader can connect to and read the code from any car made after 1996. It can then use Bluetooth to transmit the readings  [Read More…]