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AT&T Prepaid starts sale for prepaid phone and BYOD plans

AT&T prepaid is offering a new $ 50 off one month of service for new BYOD customers alongside a $ 30 off all prepaid phones, until June 7th.

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Oreo update starts rolling out to T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 8

All carrier variants of the Galaxy Note 8 in the U.S. have made the switch to Oreo.

T-Mobile’s variant of the Galaxy Note 8 is starting to receive the stable Android 8.0 Oreo update. AT&T was the first to roll out the update last month, and Verizon and Sprint followed suit last week. With T-Mobile commencing its update, all carrier variants of the Note 8 in the U.S. have made the switch to Oreo.

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Education starts at home: nine educational apps for young children (age 3-to-6)

The fact that your child craves to use your Android phone doesn’t necessary have to be a bad thing. Install some educational games, so that he/she can learn something from the experience.

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Pokémon GO Legendary Week starts today with some added bonuses

Niantic has announced that the popular Pokemon Go Legendary Week is back and begins today and will run through until March 5. The long-anticipated event sees the return of Groudon and Kyogre back to Raid Battles alongside Rayquaza in Raid Battles around the world. There’s an added challenge for trainers around the world where if Trainers defeat […]

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Samsung finally starts rolling out the official Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8

It has finally happened! After months of intense testing, Samsung begun rolling out the official Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Samsung said it will start distributing the official Oreo update to beta users a day before making it available to the general public. Beta testers in Germany have reported […]

TAG Heuer announces Connected Modular 41 smartwatch, starts at $1200

The price of luxury ain’t cheap.

CES 2018 was home to a couple Android Wear announcements from Kate Spade and Skagen, and following this, TAG Heuer is launching its all-new Connected Modular 41 – a smaller and cheaper version of the Connected Modular 45 that launched in March of 2017.

Similar to the Modular 45, you can customize just about every aspect of the Modular 41, including the watch band, buckle, lugs, and bezel (aka module) surrounding  [Read More…]

Essential starts selling a few new accessories

Replacement fast charger, new USB-C headphones, a carrying case for the Essential 360 Camera, and more.

The Essential Phone was a difficult device to recommend when it first launched at $ 699, but following the price cut down to $ 499, it’s now a fairly decent purchase as long as you know what you’re getting into. If you recently picked up an Essential Phone and are looking to outfit it with a few new accessories, Essential now has you  [Read More…]

Android Oreo starts rolling out to the OnePlus 5 (again)

OnePlus has been working on updating its lineup of devices to Android 8.0 Oreo, and apparently, the company has been experiencing a myriad of issues. The company started rolling out the OxygenOS 5.0 update for owners of the OnePlus 5, but that update had to be pulled after a series of issues were found. Fast […]

Google starts using more secure packaging for trade-in program

Who’d of thought cardboard was better than a plastic sleeve?

Leading up to the launch of the Pixel 2, Google started a trade-in program to help drastically lower the cost of its shiny, new phone. Quotes for the trade-in program are more than reasonable, but it hasn’t been without its fair share of hiccups. One of the main complaints we’ve heard is that the trade-in kit Google sends out is pretty flimsy, but it looks like this is now  [Read More…]

Amazon’s new Fire TV 4K supports Alexa, starts at $70

Amazon’s new Fire TV undercuts everyone on the market — by a lot.

Earlier this week, NVIDIA announced that its Shield TV got a price drop — from $ 200 to $ 180, as long as you don’t need the included controller. Apple’s new 4K TV also costs $ 180. Roku’s Premiere+ set-top box starts at $ 80, and supports 4K and HDR; Google’s Chromecast Ultra dongle is a reasonable $ 69.

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