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Accessorize your Google Stadia with these great add-ons

Google Stadia launched on Nov. 19, and thousands of gamers are playing games like Destiny 2 and Red Dead Redemption 2 through the service. To make the most of Stadia on the go through your phone, you should consider purchasing some accessories like a controller clip and wireless headphones. We’ve compiled some of the best items for Stadia, and you can take a look at them here.

With Black Friday coming up, you’re sure to find some great deals  [Read More…]

Looks like Hulu users can keep their Add-ons with Disney+ bundle after all

What you need to know An update to Disney+ Founders Circle terms of service offers details about the bundle. The Disney+ bundle will link to Hulu or ESPN+ accounts by using the same email address. Once linked, monthly credits for the basic plan will be applied, but Add-ons can be managed separately.

Everyone is excited about Disney+’s launch tomorrow. The new streaming service is combining the best content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more.  [Read More…]

Best legal add-ons for Kodi

Kodi has a ton of quality — and legal — content available.

Update June 2017: Added info on the Plex add-on for Kodi.

Kodi is one of the easiest ways to cut the cord and say adios to your monthly cable bill. Formerly XMBC, Kodi is a front end that streams media. It’s also super easy to install on just about anything that runs Android. Even if it’s Android in name only, like Fire OS on  [Read More…]

Best mobile plan add-ons for international travel

Don’t let your wireless bill spoil your summer vacation!

With summer just around the corner, you’ve likely finalized your travel plans before you set for a summer vacation.

If your travels are going to take you out of the U.S., you’ll want to know your carrier’s international roaming plans and policies before you accidentally rack up a massive bill. We’ve broken everything down in terms of the Big Four carriers.

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Best legal add-ons for Kodi

Kodi has a ton of quality — and legal — content available.

Kodi is one of the easiest ways to cut the cord and say adios to your monthly cable bill. Formerly XMBC, Kodi is a front end that streams media. It’s also super easy to install on just about anything that runs Android. Even if it’s Android in name only, like Fire OS on the Amazon Fire TV stick. If it can install and run Android  [Read More…]

Google brings add-ons to Docs and Sheets for Android

Google Docs and Sheets users are getting a little bit of extra help with their workflow in the form of add-ons on Android. Just announced by Google, add-ons bring a bit of extra functionality to Docs and Sheets by way of integrated partner apps.

At launch, Google says it has worked with eight partners to launch an initial set of add-ons for Docs and Slides on Android. Examples include DocuSign, which allows you to set up a  [Read More…]

Sprint adds 36 more countries to its international roaming add-ons

Sprint has announced that it has added 36 new countries to its Open World and Global Roaming add-ons, allowing users to take advantage of affordable calls and data, along with free texts when venturing around the globe.

EE introduces new international calling packs and add-ons

Mobile network operator EE has announced new international calling packs and add-ons for customers who need to contact those who do not reside in the UK. The operator now offers EE contract and SIM-only plan customers added convenience when making international calls with these new extras.

Project Ara to gain pulse oximeter, health module add-ons

Project Ara could soon have modular health attachments that would turn it into a small hub for collecting medical data. On stage at the Engadget Expand conference, Project Ara head Paul Eremenko demonstrated on such module in the form of a snap-on pulse oximeter, allowing the phone to measure oxygen saturation levels in the blood.

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Google Drive add-ons bring more features to Docs and Sheets

New functionality from third-party organizations

Google has today announced the arrival of add-ons for Google Drive, bringing new capabilities from partner developers to its web-based productivity apps. Activated from the new “Add-ons” menu when editing a document or spreadsheet, add-ons are available from a variety of developers and accessible throughout all your Google Docs or Sheets once you’ve plugged them in. There are already a few dozen add-ons available, including Merge by Mailchimp, Avery Label Merge and EasyBib  [Read More…]