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Weekend Recommender: Invisible Shield, mophie, Mount Genie, Circle, and more

We’ve gathered up some gear, games, and other cool things we think you should check out this weekend. Who knows? You could be looking at your next favorite thing to show off!

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There’s way more to see and do with the Sony Xperia XZ2

What you see isn’t what you get.

When every phone is good, to stand out a phone needs to be great. Thankfully, the Sony Xperia XZ2 and the XZ2 Compact are exactly that — great.

But their greatness comes from a balance between fundamental features everyone expects from a smartphone, and something more — something powerful and exciting and unique.

Along with its sleek new Ambient Flow design, which extends the screen to the top and bottom  [Read More…]

Plex gets improvements for Sonos, adds visuals for Echo Show/Spot, and more

Plexamp is also coming to Alexa and Roku devices.

Although Plex is most widely-used for storing movie and TV content, the platform is also great for housing your music library. Today, Plex announced a bundle of music-centric features that are now available for users.

Plex has existed on Sonos speakers for some time, but today, it’s leaving its beta stage and launching as a properly completed app. With this official release, Plex for Sonos can now search  [Read More…]

Pay what you want to learn Java, HTML, CSS, PHP, React and more!

Isn’t it time you learn to code? Whether it’s HTML, Java, CSS, or something else, you should be sharpening your tools or learning new stuff. How would you like to have some $ 1,400 worth of training for pennies on the dollar? Here’s how to do it!

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Weekend Recommender: Thinium, Xiaomi, RapidX, realMYST, and more

We’ve gathered up some gear, games, and other cool things we think you should check out this weekend. Who knows? You could be looking at your next favorite thing to show off!

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Take 15% off almost any eBay order of $50 or more today only

Shopping spree.

Today only, eBay is having a flash sale and offering 15% off orders of $ 50 or more site-wide with promo code PMAY4TH. You can only save up to $ 100 total and you can only use the code once. However, you can use the code on multiple items in the same cart to get the maximum discount, so do all your shopping in one go.

The main exclusions that always apply to codes like this are  [Read More…]

These powerful Oontz Angle 3 Bluetooth speakers have never been more affordable

Keep the party going.

As part of its one-day Gold Box deals, Amazon has a pair of Oontz Angle Bluetooth speakers on sale, with prices starting at just $ 29.99. The most affordable option is the Angle 3 Ultra, which has side volume controls, 14W of power, and up to 20 hours of playback per charge. It normally sells for closer to $ 60.

The larger version, the Angle 3XL Ultra is down to $ 89.99 from  [Read More…]

Google brings even more Assistant features to Wear OS

Google has announced a new update is rolling out to Wear OS smartwatches which adds a few Google Assistant-focused features. These include Actions, audible responses, and smart suggestions.

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Instagram is getting video calling, Spotify integration and more

During Facebook’s annual developer conference this week, Instagram announced a host of new features including video calling.

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Why don’t more Chinese smartphones work on US networks?

There are many great smartphones out there hailing from China, but the majority don’t work in the US. But why is that exactly?

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