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If your phone powers wirelessly, RAVPower’s $33 charging pad will do it fast

Use this whether you have a new iPhone or Android phone.

This RAVPower fast charging Qi wireless charging pad is down to $ 32.99 with code ZDWIRECH on Amazon. The charging pad is $ 45 without the code, but that’s a very recent drop. It actually sells at $ 50 far more frequently. This price is a match for a deal we saw in late December.

This charging pad works with the newest iPhones and Android phones.  [Read More…]

Razer release Project Linda – a laptop that your phone powers

Razer recently showed off its new smartphone as it looks to expand its gaming reputation into more markets. The company isn’t slowing down as it has unveiled another piece of awesome hardware. At CES 2018, Razer showed off Project Linda that pairs perfectly with the latest Razer Phone. That’s not just a saying, the laptop […]

Grab Silicon Power’s 128GB microSD for $35 at Amazon

Amazon currently has the 128GB microSD card from Silicon Power for just $ 35, which is a savings of $ 20 on the regular price. We’ve seen the price of storage drop over the past few months, and this is an absolute steal for anyone looking to have extra space to keep their favorite songs and movies.

Whether you need it for your new phone, tablet or just as an extra, you won’t want to miss  [Read More…]

Google Slides and Google Keep gain new powers

Today is Google’s update Wednesday, and it seems today’s focus is on Google Slides and Google Keep, gaining some neat new abilities.

First off, they’re is updating Slides with the ability to share presentations over video calls.

“All you need is your Android phone or tablet, and with one tap of the present button, you’ll see the option to present to a video call.“


This will certainly be helpful for the  [Read More…]

First Star Wars: Uprising gameplay trailer is full of blasters and Force powers

Game developer and publisher Kabam first announced its plans to release Star Wars: Uprising for mobile devices earlier this year. Now it has posted the first gameplay footage from the upcoming role playing game, which takes place in between Return of the Jedi and the upcoming seventh Star Wars movie The Force Awakens.

Yahoo Aviate gains new powers with ‘Smart Stream’

Yahoo’s Aviate home screen launcher gets even smarter this week with the introduction of a new Smart Stream feature. Not unlike what Google Now does for users, Smart Stream adjusts itself throughout the day to deliver timely and relevant information to the user. What’s more, it can also offer up details and tidbits based on location.

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EE powers new and existing customers with a free Power Bar to charge smartphones

UK mobile operator EE today announced that new and existing customers will be able to claim a free Power Bar on qualified plans.

Cyber Security Bundle: Become a hacker and use your powers for good, 73% off [Deal of the Day]


It’s often impossible to protect yourself from something that you don’t understand. Fear and misconception only perpetuate a shroud of mystery and power to the cyber threats that prey upon the under-informed. Sometimes, you have to fight fire with fire. This Cyber Security Bundle will teach you the in’s and out’s of hacking in order to arm you in the fight for your digital security.

With over  [Read More…]

Strong subscriber growth powers AT&T’s Q2 2014 earnings

AT&T had a great quarter that was driven by the addition of 2 million new users to its wireless and wireline businesses. Combined with the rest of its operations, the carrier reported that revenues were up 1.6 percent, meaning that it took in $ 32.6 billion. The carrier noted a higher $ 1 billion operating expense compared to a year ago at $ 27 billion giving it an operating income of $ 5.6 billion.

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Google+ finds balance between work and personal accounts, adds more admin powers

Google is bringing new Google+ admin tools for Google Apps and Enterprise accounts.

Today’s change controls the way Google+ user profiles are shown and indexed, and lets the account admin choose whether people can search for individuals.