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Get 20% off the Blink XT home security system like the 3-camera kit for $256

Happy Father’s Day!

The Blink XT Home Security 3-Camera System is down to $ 255.99 on Amazon. It normally sells for $ 320, but right now Blink is taking 20% off for Father’s Day and Amazon is price-matching.

This sale includes the 2-camera system for $ 183.99 from a street price of $ 230 and the 5-camera kit for $ 399.99 instead of $ 500. The 1-camera system is down to $ 103.99 from $ 130.

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This is what the BlackBerry KEY2 looks like

June 7 can’t get here soon enough.

This Thursday, June 7, BlackBerry will be hosting an event in New York City to unveil the KEY2 — the successor to last year’s excellent BlackBerry KEYone. Just a few short days before that event, Evan Blass has taken to Twitter to share a few press renders of the upcoming phone.

Similar to what we’ve seen from previous renders and hands-on photos, they KEY2 shares a very similar form factor  [Read More…]

Learn to manipulate data like a pro with the $49 Ultimate Excel Bootcamp Bundle

Let’s say you’re someone who’s been wanting to get some IT certification to launch a career or to enhance the career in IT you already have. Perhaps you’re an IT graduate who feels as though a little certification could improve your chances for that first IT job interview.

Well, if you’re looking to start getting some serious certification under your belt that will catch a future employer’s attention, look no further than The Ultimate Excel Bootcamp Bundle for starters.

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How to stop streaming apps like Spotify from randomly shutting down

Changing a setting can keep streaming apps like Spotify up and running instead of cutting off your favorite song.

Modern Android phones make excellent devices for streaming media. Whether that means watching video on YouTube, listening to music through an app like Spotify, or indulging in an audiobook from Audible, your phone and a good set of headphones are all you need for a first-class experience.

Unless that experience gets interrupted by the app randomly shutting down,  [Read More…]

Google Photos is being updated with Favorite and Like buttons

The ⭐️ is launching this week while the ❤️ is “coming soon.”

Google Photos is a constantly evolving beast, and this week, it’s being updated with a new feature that’ll allow you to favorite photos you take.

When looking at a picture you’ve captured, you’ll soon be able to tap a new ⭐️ icon that’ll mark it as a favorite. As you keep tapping that little icon, these photos will automatically populate a new Favorites album that  [Read More…]

Google’s new YouTube Music plans are here — and we’re gonna pay more for what we like right now

YouTube is taking the reins for Google’s music strategy — and it’s soft launching on Tuesday.

Google’s music strategy has been fractured and confusing and falling behind for years, with Google Play Music being treated like an orange-haired stepchild, YouTube Music being ignored by some users and unheard of by the rest, and YouTube being a place where people of all kinds come to listen to music — both legitimately uploaded and not-so-much.

Google’s been amassing a  [Read More…]

Six things we like about the new Honor 10

Huawei’s sub brand Honor launched the new Honor 10 on the global market today during a press event in London. Here’s some of its best features.

The post Six things we like about the new Honor 10 appeared first on AndroidGuys.

Master JavaScript and learn to code like a pro for only $29!

JavaScript is the engine that powers all modern browser, like Chrome and Firefox, and learning this dynamic language is your ticket to a career in front-end development, building frameworks and libraries. Alongside HTML and CSS, Javascript is among the three core language of the internet. Think of it as the Batman in the internet’s Trinity. Learning it is invaluable, especially if you’re looking for a career in development of any kind.

Learning in a classroom setting can be boring and  [Read More…]

Would you like a flat screen on the Galaxy Note 9?

A matter of form vs. function.

Samsung’s been dabbling with curved displays for quite a few years now, but since the launch of the Galaxy S8 series last year, the company’s gone all in on these curves for its flagship phones. The Note 8 and S9 series that followed the S8 also came equipped with curved sides, and with the Note 9 on the horizon, people are debating whether or not this is a trend that should stick around.

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It sure looks like Google is about to kill Inbox

The age of AI-powered Google is causing its email clients to merge.

It has been almost exactly three years since Google made its new email client available to the whole world.

Inbox by Gmail was sold as a “completely different type of inbox, designed to focus on what really matters,” and while I think this mission was a huge success, the client never really caught on the way Gmail itself did. Fast forward to today, Inbox has  [Read More…]