Tag Archive: it’s


It’s time to finally try Soylent thanks to this 20% discount

Sip on savings.

Check out the Soylent Presidents’ Day Sale and save 20% on your purchases when you use code PREZDAY20 during checkout. This is a rare promotion that can be used on any product the company offers. Typically we only see discounts on specific drink packs or quantities, so now makes the perfect time to buy if you’ve been wondering what all the buzz is about. Shipping is free on orders of $ 20 or more.

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Jump Force was supposed to be a celebration, but it’s a disaster

Obvious shortcuts doom what could have been one of the best anime fighters yet.

Shonen Jump, one of the most iconic manga publications out there, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and Bandai Namco was tasked with making the ultimate game to celebrate. That game is Jump Force, an anime mashup featuring characters from all your favorite Weekly Shonen Jump series.

It seems easy. Some of the most iconic manga of all time —Naruto, Dragon Ball,  [Read More…]

It’s easy to update the software on your Honor 8X

Honor is always adding new features and making improvements to its smartphones. The Honor 8X will get such love throughout its life cycle. You’ll always want the latest features and updates, so it’s worth knowing how to pull down those meaty software updates once they arrive.

Products used in this guide Amazon: Honor 8X ($ 250) Amazon: Anker Powerline+ microUSB cable ($ 11) How to update the software on your Honor 8X

It’s no sweat to update your  [Read More…]

Control your Philips Hue lights with this Dimmer Switch while it’s only $20

Turn off the lights.

Amazon has the Philips Hue Smart Dimmer Switch with Remote available for $ 19.78, which is the best price we’ve seen yet on this item. Usually it costs $ 25, so while today’s discount isn’t massive, you’re still getting a nice percentage off the usual price.

This highly-rated smart home accessory lets you control your Philips Hue lights easily. It’s battery powered and requires no wiring; simply mount it anywhere using the included  [Read More…]

Mint Mobile’s $20 data plan sounds too good to be true. It’s definitely not

Here at Android Central, we consider ourselves pretty thrifty people — it’s no accident we’ve partnered with the amazing folks at Thrifter, after all — and in the U.S., wireless service feels like a treadmill of endless fees and price increases.

That’s why, when we had an opportunity to check out Mint Mobile, we jumped at the chance. The MVNO runs on T-Mobile’s nationwide network, but does things a bit differently than the rest of the pack, and  [Read More…]

It’s never been more affordable to own the bObsweep PetHair robotic vacuum

Make your job a whole lot easier without breaking the bank.

The bObsweep PetHair robotic vacuum cleaner and mop is down to $ 179.99 at Best Buy in rouge and champagne colors. This vacuum has a list price of over $ 600 but regularly sells for around $ 225 at Amazon. This deal is limited to today only.

As the name suggests, this vacuum is great at picking up pet hair and dander with its main brush,  [Read More…]

Anthem servers at maximum capacity? It’s not just you.

Anthem players are experiencing a rocky start to its early demo.

Electronic Arts just kicked off the early access demo for Anthem, its upcoming shared-world role-playing shooter. Accessible to a limited pool of players under the “VIP demo,” the session serves as the first public opportunity to play. However, as typical with today’s top titles, Anthem is experiencing server issues.

Budding Anthem players on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PCs are all facing a common error message  [Read More…]

Dear Facebook: It’s not me, it’s you

It’s way harder to disconnect from Facebook than you might expect…

This is the first of several editorials where I shall chronicle the trials and tribulations of my personal journey disconnecting from Facebook.

For the past couple of years, I’ve been “that guy” at the party who rants about Facebook and tries to rally others around me to ditch Facebook — while still being hopelessly addicted to its services myself. After all that procrastination, 2019 is finally  [Read More…]

It’s not just you: Google Photos is down and photo backups are, too

Google Photos website and automatic photo backups are on the fritz right now.

Google Photos is one of the unsung heroes of the Google ecosystem, and its free, fast photo backups are a godsend for shutterbugs and screenshot over-sharers like me. Unfortunately, it seems they’re not working tonight for a large number of users around the world.

If you open the Google Photos website right now, you either get a totally blank photo feed  [Read More…]

Coolpad has a smartwatch for kids, and it’s pretty great

It’s a new day for Coolpad, and this watch is a positive step forward.

Lets be honest, Coolpad is not a name typically associated with quality, high end products. Their phones are cool, but they’re inexpensive on purpose and not often the first thing people recommend. Today, the folks at Coolpad are announcing a new family-focused direction for many of the products coming to its portfolio. The first of this new line is a smartwatch for kids,  [Read More…]