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All of Google’s big announcements from I/O 2018!

Google I/O always brings huge and exciting announcements. Here’s what’s on tap for the 2018 edition of Google’s annual developer conference!

The last year has been one of growth and transition for Google as Android and Chrome mature and converge and Assistant, led by advancements in machine learning and AI, has taken center stage in Google’s plans.

At the same time, Google has been held to the fire for showing false news in its search carousel and admitting  [Read More…]

Getflix: Lifetime access to your favorite streaming services from anywhere in world is just $35

Watching American Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon Prime, BBC or other streaming services can unfortunately be difficult while traveling outside these streaming regions. Rather than bypass these restrictions with the help of a VPN that may sacrifice browsing speed, choose a faster and simpler solution with Getflix.

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What we’re hoping to see from Android P at Google I/O

Google I/O 2018 will officially begin tomorrow, May 8.

This yearly developer conference is home to a heap of announcements regarding a variety of Google’s products/services, but one of the main talking points during the opening keynote is always Android.

Android P is this year’s big update for the platform, and while we were first introduced to it in March, we’re anticipating Google to elaborate on what we already know and announce even more goodies that haven’t been  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: The disappointing reality of in-screen fingerprint

Why haven’t we seen in-screen fingerprint in more Android flagships? Simple: The current tech is pants.

Finding a way to embed a fingerprint scanner into the display of your handset is seen the holy grail of smartphone biometrics. As phone makers push relentlessly towards the vision of “full-screen” devices, in-screen fingerprint provides yet another way to bump up that all-important screen-to-body ratio.

In-screen fingerprint also offers a futuristic edge — a much-needed differentiator in a homogenous marketplace of interchangeable,  [Read More…]

Deal: Get $200 off the Samsung Galaxy S9 from Cricket!

For new customers heading over to Cricket, you can now save $ 200 off the $ 699 retail price of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and pay just $ 499 when you sign up for an eligible line of service.

Since Cricket is owned by AT&T, you can count on receiving the stellar quality coverage across AT&T’s nationwide network. Plus, all of Cricket’s service plan pricing includes all taxes, surcharges, and fees — which could add an extra 18%  [Read More…]

Google News to be revamped with elements from Play Newsstand and YouTube

The new app may be announced at I/O next week.

Amidst all of the Android P talk at Google I/O next week, one topic that’s said to come up is Google News.

Google News works fine in its current state, but Google’s apparently working on a massive overhaul that’ll incorporate parts of YouTube and Play Newsstand.

AdAge says it’s spoken to people familiar with these plans, with one publishing executive who’s aware of the Google News revamp  [Read More…]

Bluboo S3 leads a ridiculous anniversary sale from Bluboo (Promoted)

The Bluboo S3 is still going strong in its preorder period, but Bluboo, in celebration of its 12th anniversary, wants to thank its fans with steep discounts on some of its most popular phones. Hit the jump for details.

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Nine tips to get the best battery life from your Galaxy S9

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are making their way into the hands of many. However, the battery life has been questionable from day one, and we are here to help provide different ways to make sure your battery lasts all day.

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Huawei and ZTE phones banned from being sold on U.S. military bases [Update]

This latest order comes straight from the Pentagon.

Updated 2:50 PM ET – Following this report, Huawei has since reached out to Android Central with the following statement: “Huawei’s products are sold in 170 countries worldwide and meet the highest standards of security, privacy and engineering in every country we operate globally including the US. We remain committed to openness and transparency in everything we do and want to be clear that no government has ever asked us  [Read More…]

MoviePass now prevents you from seeing the same movie more than once

New and existing subscribers are affected by the change.

MoviePass – the lustrous subscription service that enables you to see up to one movie per day for just $ 9.95/month – just got a lot less appealing.

Following an update to the Android app and a change to the Terms of Service that just came in today, MoviePass subscribers are no longer able to see a certain movie more than once.

As of 12:49 PM EST, April  [Read More…]