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You really need a case if you’re using a Samsung Galaxy J8

The Galaxy J8 is a great budget phone that combines decent specs with a large 3500mAh battery. But as the screen is not protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass, you should use it with a case for added protection. Dretal’s $ 8 Carbon Fiber TPU Case is a solid option that combines a textured finish with all-around protection.

Everything you need Dretal Carbon Fiber TPU Case

This $ 8 TPU case features a textured finish that significantly  [Read More…]

Know where you’re going with this discounted car phone mount for only $6

Secure your phone for the ride at a discount.

The last thing you should be doing while driving is messing around with your phone. It doesn’t help that GPS apps can be extremely handy on the road, which is why you need something like Penom’s Universal Phone Mount for your car. It clips onto your vehicle’s air vent to secure your phone for the ride allowing you to watch the road and the next turn on your  [Read More…]

Hulu now lets you pay with Venmo, if you’re a new subscriber

Current Hulu subscribers will be able to switch over at some point, too.

Well this is interesting. Hulu now lets you pay for service using Venmo. (Think PayPal, but what the cool kids use today.) It’s only for new sign-ups at the moment, but Hulu says current customers will be able to use Venmo to pay their monthly penance in due time.

Here’s the deal, via Hulu itself:

Beginning today, if you have a Venmo account, you’ll  [Read More…]

US Mobile review: The best wireless service you’re not using

Fast data speeds, customizable plans, and reliable coverage make this a winner.

Although the United States may only consist of four main wireless service providers, there are a plethora of smaller MVNOs out there that piggyback off of The Big 4’s service and use it to offer cellular plans that are more affordable and contract-free. Some of the most popular include the likes of Mint Mobile, Ting, and Cricket Wireless, but today I’ll be talking about one  [Read More…]

You can see Aquaman early in theaters — if you’re an Amazon Prime member

Paying your annual tribute to Amazon will get you in on the DC superhero action five days sooner.

Can’t wait to watch the new Aquaman movie? If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll be able to get in on the action a few days early.

Dec. 15, in fact, is the date on which Prime members will get their Jason Momoa on in the latest from the DC franchise. You’ll buy the tickets through Atom, which is  [Read More…]

Watch the house while you’re away with the $37 wireless YI Cloud Home cam

Improve your home security.

The YI Cloud Home Camera is currently on sale at Amazon for just $ 36.99 when you enter promo code TU7S58Y9 during checkout. Today’s sale marks an all-time low price for it and saves you $ 12 off what it sells for on average.

This 1080P HD wireless IP security camera is capable of capturing panoramic video and can also live stream footage directly to your phone. It offers complete 360-degree coverage along  [Read More…]

Upgrading your phone? Here’s what to do if you’re selling the old one

The Samsung Galaxy S9, LG G7 ThinQ, HTC U12+, and OnePlus 6 are all beautiful new devices that tempt customers to open up their wallets. Rightfully so — they’re all great! But if this is a replacement or upgrade, you’ll likely have to figure out what to so with the current one.

What to do? Throw it in a drawer? Make it a Wi-Fi only phone? Give it to the kids? Or, do you sell your phone?

If you’re in the market for  [Read More…]

If you’re into Prime Day deals, you should be following Thrifter!

For Prime Day, there’s only one place you need to visit.

Amazon Prime Day is basically a national holiday. Seriously, you should ask your boss for the day off.

But even if you have to work on Monday, July 16, don’t sweat it, because Thrifter is the only place you need to follow to get up-to-the-minute news on the best Prime Day deals.

Here’s how it works. Go to Thrifter right now and sign up for their  [Read More…]

If you’re buying a phone for $600+, you should expect to get all of these core features

And if the phone doesn’t have these, you should question why.

There are many parts of the smartphone experience that are a matter of personal preference — like screen size, specific internal components, expandable storage, certain exterior materials, software features and the like. All of those areas provide smartphone companies with room to differentiate and make unique devices with interesting selling points. Just one of those choices could make or break your decision to buy the phone.

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No, you’re not the only one having issues with your Google Home [Updated]

The Home Mini and Chromecast are also derping.

Update: Google says it is rolling out a fix for misbehaving Google Home units and Chromecasts, but to speed up the process, you should reboot your device.

We have a fix for Google Home and Chromecast. It will automatically roll out within the next 6 hours. To get back up and running now, reboot your device → https://t.co/CM4ov63F46. Thanks for sticking with us!

— Made by Google (@madebygoogle)  [Read More…]