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[Deal Alert] Get an Xperia XA Ultra with a 64GB microSD for $298 on Amazon

If you’re in the market for a phablet with an amazing selfie cam (God, I hate myself for using those terms), you’d better check out the Sony Xperia XA Ultra. 97 more words

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Would you buy a $70 smartphone if it ran Marshmallow?

Alcatel isn’t exactly the most premium brand on the smartphone market, but as of late they’ve begun gaining some traction among budget users. Their latest offering, which will soon be available through T-Mobile, comes rocking Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box and only costs $69. 246 more words

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In Google’s opinion, these are the best indie games of 2016

You may remember Google announcing that they were planning on holding a big indie game festival this fall in San Francisco. The event is still on its way, but the judges over at Google have narrowed down all the submissions to the top 30 that they believe are worthy of showcasing. 281 more words

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Best tablets under $100

Our friends over at TabTimes know what you’re looking for, an inexpensive little tablet that is, for better or worse, disposable. Not that we think you should abuse and neglect a tablet, but if you are going to do so, why not make it something that costs you less than a hundred bucks? 1,806 more words

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Verizon’s LTE Advanced Network goes live in 461 cities

Verizon today launched its LTE Advanced Network, commonly referred to as LTE-A. The improved network went live in 461 cities, and is advertised as providing up to 50% faster peak speeds. 56 more words

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Will the V20’s camera be as good as LG claims?

September 6 is looking pretty sweet. See what the #LGV20 with @Android Nougat can do out of the box.https://t.co/0P9fMtH1W1

— LG USA Mobile (@LGUSAMobile) …

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Android 7.0 Nougat review: All about getting things done faster

After a surprise debut and months of previews, Android 7.0 Nougat is ready for primetime. The broad strokes haven’t changed since we first met Nougat back in March (when it was just “Android N”), which means it’s still not the game-changer of an update some people have been hoping for. 2,322 more words

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