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Xiaomi Mi A3 review: More than the sum of its parts

The 720p display is a letdown, but the Mi A3 has plenty to offer in other areas.

Xiaomi has followed a similar pattern when it comes to Android One. The Mi A1 was a rebranded Mi 5X for global markets running pure Android, and last year’s Mi A2 series was a rehash of the Mi 6X series. Basically, Xiaomi takes an existing product it sells in China, switches out MIUI for Android One, and releases it globally.

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Peeing mechanics, Geoff Keighley and more are in Death Stranding

Peeing, Geoff Keighley, Mama and shaking a baby, it’s all normal in the world of Death Stranding

What you need to know Death Stranding had several more gameplay clips and cinematics revealed to close out Gamescom Opening Night Live. The footage shows, among other things: Sam (Norman Reedus) peeing to make a mushroom grow, shaking a baby, Death Stranding is currently set to be available on PlayStation 4 on November 8, 2019. You can preorder Death Stranding  [Read More…]

This KeepSolid bundle packs two years of VPN, project management, more for just $60

We tend to run quite a few deals on VPN services as part of our daily coverage. Why? Because we think they’re important, helpful, and our AG Deals Store has pretty good offers. Today’s offer not only packs VPN features, but security, project management, and other helpful tools.

Available in the AndroidGuys Deals Store for just 59.99, the KeepSolid App Bundle features four titles of software with two years worth protection, VPN, secure browsing, and more. It’s normally valued around  [Read More…]

Four more DualShock 4 controllers are coming in September

You can pick up four new DualShock 4 controllers starting in September.

What you need to know PlayStation Blog has revealed four more DualShock 4 color variations. The four new controllers are Electric Purple, Red Camouflage, Titanium Blue and Rose Gold. These four controllers don’t have an exact release date but will be available sometime in September. Each controller will be $ 64.99 USD/$ 74.99 CAD. Preorders are not yet live.

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Huawei Mate X delayed once more, will now arrive in November

The Mate X successor is planned to be released next year with more screens and possibly a glass back.

What you need to know Huawei Mate X has been delayed once again. The foldable smartphone is now expected to be released in November. It was initially planned to be launched globally in June.

Huawei’s first foldable smartphone, the Mate X has been delayed once more. According to a new report from TechRadar, the foldable smartphone will not  [Read More…]

DarwinMail brings back the best Inbox features and more, just $30

Your email is a mess. Try as you might, stuff gets missed, overlooked, deleted, and forgotten about. What’s more, you don’t even treat it like a place for email anymore. No, you’re also using it for tasks and reminders, too. It’s okay, you’re not alone.

While we might have loved the features that came with Google Inbox, some of them are no longer available. Now that the app has been closed down, features like pinning, reminders, snoozing, and categorizing aren’t  [Read More…]

Cricket Wireless Buyer’s Guide: Coverage, rate plans, phones, deals, and more

A growing number of US consumers are becoming familiar with Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) like Metro, Boost Mobile, and Straight Talk. They operate using the towers and infrastructure from the big players but have their own rates, customer service, and phone selection.

Let’s take a look at one of them in particular: Cricket Wireless

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Cricket Wireless (Cricket) initially launched in 1999 and is a US-based prepaid wireless service provider; it’s a wholly owned subsidiary of AT&T. It offers  [Read More…]

Boost Mobile Buyer’s Guide: Coverage, rate plans, phones, deals, and more

Just about everyone knows the names of the “Big Four” top-tier wireless service providers: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. But, for every one of these major network operators there are a number of others in the space. These smaller, lesser known brands use the towers and infrastructure from the big names but with their own rates, customer service, and phone selection.

These prepaid Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) include the likes of Metro, Boost Mobile, and Cricket Wireless. These brands license  [Read More…]

Build computers, farm crops and more with No Man’s Sky: Beyond

The “third pillar” of the Beyond update features functioning computer logic, farming and more

What you need to know The No Man’s Sky: Beyond update is set to drop on August 14, 2019. The “Third Pillar” of this update takes the game to 2.0, bringing several incredible new systems. Some of these systems include farming, enhanced base-building, fully-functional computer logic and more. No Man’s Sky is currently $ 40 on Amazon.

No Man’s Sky: Beyond is set  [Read More…]

Simple Mobile Buyer’s Guide: Coverage, rate plans, phones, deals, and more

Picking out the right wireless carrier isn’t all that difficult. After all, there are just a few names to choose from in the US, right? Hardly. For every one of the service providers you can name, we bet there are two others you’re not familiar with.

The Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) space is a crowded one and there’s plenty to consider. While they each have their own rate plans, terms, and features, they rely on the network infrastructure built  [Read More…]