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Rent superhero films and Marvel movies from Thor to the Incredibles for $2

Save yourself from boredom with these digital HD rentals at Amazon.

Amazon has a great deal running right now for fans of Marvel and superhero films; Prime members can rent a bunch of the best recent superhero films for just $ 1.99 each for a limited time. If you’re not currently a member, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial to change that and snag this offer.

Don’t have time this week? That’s okay as  [Read More…]

Pick up some new gear from the likes of Skagen, TaoTronics and more

In the past week, we have seen quite a few new products unveiled, and we still have a few weeks left of #phonepocalypse. To help tide us over in between all of these announcements, you’re likely going to want some accessories to go along with them.

The Weekend Recommender is our chance to share some of the better tech items that have recently crossed our path. What you’ll find below are a few products that we’ve spent time with over the last few  [Read More…]

Should you upgrade from the Pixel 2 XL to the Pixel 3 XL?

We’re a virtual company made up of tech experts from across the globe. We live and breathe Android phones, and use nearly every one to find the best phones for everyone.

Google Pixel 3 XL

Latest and greatest

$ 899 at Best Buy

Pros Large, high-quality screen. Great camera. Dual selfie cameras. Wireless charging. Cons No headphone jack. Large display notch.

Google refreshed its hardware and jumped to a 6.3-inch, 18.5:9 display — but it’s  [Read More…]

Interested in CAD and 3D printing? Dive deep with this 12-book bundle from Make

You’re probably at least passively familiar with 3D printing. It’s certainly not new and the benefits and applications continue to grow. Surely you’ve seen scale models, prototypes, toys, and other items printed from a 3D printer.

We’re now entering a different phase; Volkswagen, for instance, recently announced it was going to use metal printing know-how to craft spare parts like gear knobs and custom lettering. Things are getting quite serious for 3D printing. Are you ready?

Understanding CAD (computer-aided design)  [Read More…]

How to make a GIF from a PlayStation 4 video

Here we will show you a very simple way to make your gameplay video clips from your PlayStation 4 into awesome GIFs to share on your social media. The process is pretty painless and takes less than 5 minutes to do and you can create multiple GIFs from one video as easily as making one.

Products used in this guide Amazon: PlayStation 4 Pro ($ 510) Amazon: 16GB Memory Stick ($ 8) How to make a GIF on  [Read More…]

The Google Home Hub is running a different OS from other Smart Displays

Google’s also using a completely different processor — but why?

At Google’s big hardware event this Tuesday, the company announced a slew of new products — one of which was the Google Home Hub. The Home Hub is the latest Smart Display to hit the market and is essentially Google’s version of products like the Lenovo Smart Display and JBL Link View.

However, while Lenovo and JBL’s gadgets run something called Android Things (an Internet of Things  [Read More…]

Win a Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL from Android Central

New Pixels are here and you should enter to win one!

This year’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL aren’t drastically different compared to their predecessors, but improved displays, a faster processor, wireless charging, and more all result in a well fleshed-out package, making for what could be some of the best smartphones in 2018. But who wants to BUY a phone when you could WIN a phone?

That’s right, we’re giving away a new Pixel 3  [Read More…]

Got a book idea? This $29 bundle teaches you how to write, self-publish, and earn from it

You’ve been told countless times that you have a voice and that you ought to write a book. That’s sounds great and all, but how do you get started? Maybe you’ve already drafted up some ideas in Google Docs and just need pointed in the right direction.

How do you see your book through to its destination? Where to self-publish? How to make sure people find it? And… how to make money?

The answer to these, and many other questions,  [Read More…]

The Chromebook C423 is a new mid-ranger from Asus

There’s USB-C, a touchscreen display, and up to 10 hours of battery life.

Hot on the heels of HP’s new Chromebook x360 14, Asus is also unveiling a new Chromebook today in the form of the Asus Chromebook C423. The C423 arrived with no fanfare or proper announcement from Asus, but even so, it looks like it could be one of the better mid-range Chromebooks this holiday shopping season.

The C423 measures in at 16.1mm and weighs  [Read More…]

Can I revoke access from a Nest Tag if I lose it?

Best answer: Yes, you can revoke access from a lost Nest Tag. All you have to do is disable it in the Nest app.

Best Buy: Nest Tag ($ 25)

It doesn’t matter where the Tag is — you can disable it

If you’re thinking about getting a Nest Secure home security system, then you may be excited at the prospect of being able to share Nest Tags with the people you  [Read More…]