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13 credit card annual credits you can redeem from home

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Lots of rewards credit cards have built-in credits that help justify the annual fee. Those credits may be big (hello there, $ 300 annual travel credit on the Chase  [Read More…]

Elite: Dangerous – Fleet Carriers detailed, cost 5 billion credits

There are a lot of changes coming.

What you need to know Elite: Dangerous is a popular space simulator by Frontier Developments. The game is getting a massive expansion soon. The developer detailed a number of changes coming with the package. The base model Fleet Carrier costs 5 billion credits.

Elite: Dangerous is an excellent space simulator that features a massive open galaxy and plenty of activities. It came out on Xbox One a few years ago  [Read More…]

A British woman credits a Huawei phone for saving her life

The phone’s battery lasted for three whole days.

What you need to know Beth McDermott of Lancaster said she was alive only because of her Huawei phone. The 42-year-old fell from the stairs and was knocked out. Thankfully, she was able to contact emergency services when she woke up because her phone’s battery lasted the whole time.

Having a solid battery life on your smartphone isn’t just a luxury. As a 42-year-old from Lancaster recently found out,  [Read More…]

Google Opinion Rewards adds expiration date for your credits

The date, as well as the amount, are prominently displayed under your total.

What you need to know Google Opinion Rewards now shows you when your next credit will expire. It can be found directly under your total on the main screen of the app. Previously, you could only check it via the Play Store app, but it only gave you a date, not the amount.

Back in November, we covered the case of the mysteriously disappearing  [Read More…]

Amazon’s giving away free $3 credits for installing its browser extension

Cash in today.

The Amazon Assistant is Amazon’s way of helping you stay on top of price comparisons, wishlist items, and your latest Amazon orders. Right now, Amazon is offering new users of the browser extension a chance to snag $ 3 off a future purchase of $ 10 or more. All you’ve got to do is simply download the extension to your computer. This deal is only valid for US customers who have never used the  [Read More…]

Understanding the two ending credits scenes in Marvel’s Spider-Man

Please make this sequel, Insomniac. Pretty, pretty please.

Editor’s Note: Everything you are about to read is a spoiler for Marvel’s Spider-Man on PlayStation 4. If you have not finished the core story yet, it’s probably a bad idea to keep reading. Consider yourself warned.

Marvel’s Spider-Man hits shelves this Friday, and it is by any measure a great game. While our full review goes further into details, the sheer volume of things Insomniac did right  [Read More…]

Amazon’s giving out free $10 credits for activating a Music Unlimited trial

Free money?! Sign me up.

Get a free $ 10 promo credit to be used on anything sold and shipped by Amazon when you sign up for a free 30-day trial of Music Unlimited after entering promo code MUSIC1. This offer is not available to current or former subscribers.

Over the summer, Amazon offered a similar deal which only allowed people to use the $ 10 credit towards their Amazon Music Unlimited subscription. This time, the promotional credit can  [Read More…]

T-Mobile starts issuing $10 credits for unlimited customers using less than 2GB per month

T-Mobile ONE plan gets rid of hidden fees and taxes: What you see is what you pay.

T-Mobile is always trying to mix things up. At its latest “Uncarrier” event at CES this week, the company borrowed from Bill Maher’s bag of tricks by announcing a slew of “New Rules” for T-Mobile customers on the T-Mobile ONE plan.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that their new plan would include all monthly fees and taxes into the advertised  [Read More…]