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OnePlus X puts design at the forefront for US$249

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 03:02 PM PDT

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OnePlus' latest handset takes a new approach for the OEM, one which favours design at an incredibly low price, but don't think there's nothing special under the hood of the OnePlus X.

In its brief existence, OnePlus has been all about the specs and their first two efforts were each aimed to eliminate their flagship competitors by being set at a competitive price. OnePlus One had mass acceptance as being a "flagship killer" as OnePlus described it, while their follow-up OnePlus 2 lost some of that effect when the company marketed it as being a year ahead of its time, while lacking some features most customers naturally expect these days.

OnePlus already had a new device in the pipeline when ...

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Apple's Second Ever Android App Is All About The Music (As Long As You Play It On The Beats Pill+ Speaker)

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 02:44 PM PDT

image (11)Nope, Apple Music still isn't available on Android (though it's being actively tested). Instead, the second Android app that Cupertino has officially published is in support of the hardware half of its Beats acquisition. It's a companion and pairing app for the Beats Pill+, the latest revision of Beats' portable Bluetooth speaker. That's it. That's all. There isn't any more.

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To be fair, it seems like a perfectly serviceable manager app, and a lot less condescending than Apple's first entry on the Play Store.

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New Course on Developing Android Apps for Google Cast and Android TV

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 02:35 PM PDT

Posted by Josh Gordon, Developer Advocate

Go where your users are: the living room! Google Cast lets users stream their favorite apps from Android, iOS and the Web right onto their TV. Android TV turns a TV into an Android device, only bigger!




We've partnered with Udacity to launch a new online course - Google Cast and Android TV Development. This course teaches you how to extend your existing Android app to work with these technologies. It's packed with practical advice, code snippets, and deep dives into sample code.

You can take advantage of both, without having to rewrite your app. Android TV is just Android on a new form factor, and the Leanback library makes it easy to add a big screen and cinematic UI to your app. Google Cast comes with great samples and guides to help you get started. Google also provides the Cast Companion Library, which makes it faster and easier to add cast to your Android app.

This class is part of our larger series on Ubiquitous Computing across other Google platforms, including Android Wear, and Android Auto. Designed as short, standalone courses, you can take any on its own, or take them all!

Get started now and try it out at no cost, your users are waiting!



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DotEmu's Android Port Of Point-And-Click Horror Classic Sanitarium Arrives Just In Time For Halloween

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 02:16 PM PDT

image (7)Are you looking for something creepy to set the mood while you wait for the sun to go down on Halloween? Alternately, are you looking for something to do while you wait for your hangover to go away on Sunday morning? Sanitarium, a game originally released for the PC way back in 1998 and now revived by the mobile port experts at DotEmu, should fit the bill. It's been published to the Play Store with impeccable timing, and you can pick it up now for $3.99 with no ads or in-app purchases.

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Paid Google Play Newsstand Content Goes Live In Argentina, Chile, Colombia, And Peru

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 01:56 PM PDT

nexus2cee_Newsstand.pngThis many decades into the Internet's existence, the publishing industry is still in a state of flux. Do we upload everything to free websites and pump out stories in an endless stream? Do we continue printing articles on paper? Some may scoff at the idea, but this Android Police writer, despite writing for a blog, still enjoys reading things in print.

Google Play Newsstand offers something of a middle ground. You get the layout and style of the print magazine, but you get the instant availability and portability of electronic content.

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Sprint unveils new $20 unlimited data plan that only offers 1GB of high-speed data

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 01:31 PM PDT

"Sprint beats all national carriers with unlimited data for $20/month." That's the headline Sprint is using for this announcement, but the wording "unlimited data" is quite a stretch. The plan does indeed offer unlimited data, but only 1GB of that will be LTE. The rest will be 2G data, which we all know sucks.

Though many carriers do this and have done this for years, it's still purposefully misleading for customers who don't read the fine print. If you see this deal, or any like it, remember to read the fine print and ignore it if you need significant amounts of data.


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Top 10 new Android games this week: LandFort, Sanitarium

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 01:31 PM PDT

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we're playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any suggestions for next week's post.

Templar Battleforce RPG

DescriptionTemplar Battleforce is an addictive mix of strategic combat and army building with the precision gameplay of RPGs. Step into a Leviathan mech and lead the Templar Knights in battle against fierce Xenos.

 

Sanitarium

Description:  In Sanitarium you play an amnesiac thrust into a morbid, really creepy universe. After a car accident you wake up to find that instead of lying in a hospital, you're in an asylum with your head wrapped in bandages.

 

Boxy the Box

DescriptionBe anything you want to be! (as long as its a box.) Go anywhere you want to go! (Within the restricted lanes of travel.) Fall down holes! Press buttons! Look at colours!

 

KOI – Journey of Purity

Description Presented by an independent game development team in China, Koi takes you on a creative journey of growth with its fresh and heart-warming style. With brilliant storyline embedded in each stage, Koi makes use of elements of puzzle solving, growth and collection.

 

Viva Sancho Villa

Description: Viva Sancho Villa is a Mexican hack & slash action adventure platformer, where you play as the revolutionary hero Sancho Villa! Using your bonecrushing machete and legendary revolvers, liberate Magico's land from the corrupted forces of evil in this revolutionary saga of war and folklore.

 

Beneath The Lighthouse

Description: Beneath the lighthouse is a serene puzzle action game about a boy in search of his lost Grandpa. Your journey will take you through mysterious mechanical wheels that lay beneath the lighthouse!

 

The Walking Dead No Man's Land

DescriptionJoin Daryl Dixon in the fight against the flesh-hungry walkers. Do you have what it takes to stay alive? The Walking Dead: No Man's Land is a thrilling, action-packed RPG game where tactical choices make a difference between life and death.

 

LandFort

Description: LandFort features a very challenging physics-based gameplay that will keep you entertained for many hours. Each battle requires strategic thinking and skills to become victorious.

 

Proximity 3D Free

DescriptionProximity 3D is a highly addictive turn-based strategy game with a simple but distinctive concept. It is a game with numbered tiles that will raise up your tension!

 

The Balloons

Description Join our heroes Blue, Unicorn, Ghost, Frog and even Dead Bird and avoid obstacles like deadly spikes, dastardly dart shooters, and even flying ninja stars. Collect as many coins as possible on your way to some seriously mind-blowing high scores. Aim for the stars or pop trying!

 


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Amazon Scary Good Deals has over $70 in paid apps and games free

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 01:31 PM PDT

Presumably it is only app developers that would potentially find these deals spooky, but Amazon is at it again with one of their big roundup of paid apps going for the low, low price of free until 11:59 pm PDT on October 31st.

No doubt many of you have perused these offers before, and as always, there are a number of repeat visitors to the list. If you haven't already downloaded them, that won't matter to you, and there are always a few new gems making an appearance.

This time around there are a few timely titles like Lego Star Wars Microfighters, Halloweenistry, The Little Witch at School, Time Mysteries 2: The Ancient Spectres and Time Mysteries 3: The Final Enigma.

Beyond these titles it is a mix of apps and games that are pretty well reviewed, so take a look through and see if anything piques your interest since the price is right. Direct links are below if you've been waiting for something specific to go on sale, otherwise check out the full sale page.

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If you spot any personal favorites in there or download something new that you think is awesome, let us know in comments.


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iFixit gives Nexus 6P a repairability score of 2 out of 10

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 01:11 PM PDT

The Nexus 6P is not an easy phone to repair, according to iFixit. The site gave the device a score of 2 out of 10 for repairability after tearing it apart and seeing what's inside. Hint: it's a lot of glue.

To remove the screws holding the metal body together you have to remove pieces that are glued on, including the camera lens cover. The display is also held on by glue and is extremely hard to replace. Apparently replacing it without shattering it is a difficult task, and that's the most common repair.

While it's a shame that repairing this device is so difficult, most people don't opt to repair their devices anyway. Make sure you get the Nexus Protect plan and keep your phone safe!


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Thursday App And Game Sales: Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies, Darker Pro, Greedy Spiders 2, And Much More

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 01:07 PM PDT

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You could just buy apps and games wherever you want, or you could be more strategic about it and save a few bucks. That might not be a lot of money, but over time it adds up. Maybe one day you'll be able to retire on the savings from all those app purchases. I mean, probably not, but why give up on your dreams? Dreams are what keep us going! Wait, what were we talking about?

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Dead Effect 2 Lets You Chop Up Space Zombies With A Space Katana (In Space)

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 12:35 PM PDT

image (5)You can't swing a severed limb around on the Play Store without hitting half a dozen zombie games, and first person shooters (even high-end variants like Unkilled) aren't exactly thin on the ground. But you might want to give Dead Effect 2, the sequel to a 2013 science fiction-horror shooter, a second look anyway. While the premise isn't exactly original, falling somewhere between Alien and Dead Space, the sheer variety and polish makes it worth consideration from Android gamers.

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BlackBerry teases Priv’s best features in new video

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 12:11 PM PDT

Priv will almost certainly be BlackBerry best smartphone yet. Photo: BlackBerryBlackBerry has released a new video that teases some of Priv's best features ahead of the handset's official debut next month. The company focuses on its physical and virtual keyboards, the BlackBerry Hub, and the added security features that promise to protect your most important data. Priv is BlackBerry's first Android-powered smartphone, and the company wants to

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OnePlus X makes its official debut with 5-inch display, Snapdragon 801, and $249 price tag

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 11:45 AM PDT

The OnePlus family grew again today with the arrival of the OnePlus X, a new Android phone that's small in both size and cost.

OnePlus is really talking up the build quality of the OnePlus X, which includes two slabs of black glass with a metal frame in between them. That's on the Onyx version, anyway. There's also a Ceramic model that OnePlus says takes 25 days to make because of a process that involves baking ceramic, cooling it, and polishing it. Both models also include a metal frame with several microcuts that give it a texture.

In terms of specs, the OnePlus X touts a 5-inch 1920×1080 AMOLED display that runs Android 5.1.1 beneath OnePlus's custom OxygenOS user interface. There's a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor paired with 3GB of RAM and a 2525mAh battery powering the X, and there's also dual SIM support, 16GB of storage and a microSD slot packed inside. The OnePlus X's camera arsenal includes a 13-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front-facing shooter.

OnePlus X Onyx

OnePlus X Onyx

Moving on to availability, yes, the OnePlus X will require an invite to purchase. The good news is that that requirement will only be in place during the month of November, and OnePlus says that it's already sent out 15,000 invites to buy the X. After November, the OnePlus X will be available through open sales each week, and once production can keep up with demand, it'll be available totally invite-free.

The Onyx OnePlus X will launch in Europe on November 5 at a price of €269, and it'll arrive in the US on November 19 for $249. The Ceramic model will only be available in Europe and India for €369, and you'll need a Ceramic-specific invite to get one. What's more, OnePlus says that it's only making 10,000 Ceramic units, so you'll have to put in work to snag one.

With the OnePlus X, OnePlus set out to make a small phone that can easily be used with one hand and has a respectable feature set. With its 5-inch screen, the X should be fairly easy to use one-handed for most folks, and its spec list is pretty decent for the price.

What do you think of the OnePlus X?

OnePlus X Ceramic model

OnePlus X Ceramic


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Moto X Force is a Droid Turbo 2 for international markets

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 11:20 AM PDT

Moto X Force has Motorola's new ShatterShield technology. Photo: MotorolaIf you were wowed by Motorola's new ShatterShield technology on the new Droid Turbo 2, but disappointed it was only heading to Verizon in the U.S., then listen up! Motorola today announced Moto X Force, and it's essentially a Droid Turbo 2 for those outside the U.S. — with the same protections against cracks and shattering

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Last chance: ZeroLemon battery is solar-powered and packing 10,000mAh of power [Deal]

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 11:03 AM PDT

d2aaff94548390b60999dc2bdb9284c09a03dc56_main_hero_imagePower up your gadgets in the most unexpected places with the extremely compact SolarJuice battery pack, which packs 10,000mAh of power into a pocket-sized package you can take anywhere. SolarJuice charges up at home like your average battery pack, but also lets you add extra juice on-the-go using its built-in solar panel — so you'll

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[APK Download] Google Sheets Gets Better Zooming, Filter Viewing, And Special Pasting—Slides And Docs Get Subscript And Superscript Formatting

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 10:57 AM PDT

Slides-ThumbUpdates to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides tend to travel in groups. They're timid that way. Few of them are bold enough to jump out at you directly. But taken together, they're worth a look.

Sheets brings the bulk of the changes. Google's spreadsheet app will now show you more content when you zoom in and out of a spreadsheet. The toolbars will disappear and reappear as needed. And while you're taking a look at things, you can now view filters that were created on the web.

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Console And PC Shooter Titanfall Will Come To Android In 2016, Probably As A Freemium Game

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 10:35 AM PDT

TF_Fracture_Battle_0Here's a gaming announcement that came out of nowhere: Titanfall, one of the biggest new first person shooters to appear on gaming PCs and console last year, will get a mobile release. The Guardian reports that Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment (made up mostly of ex-Call of Duty developers) and Nexon (a developer that focuses on full-sized PC games that use the freemium model) will both invest in newbie mobile developer Particle City, with the aim to create "several mobile games based on Titanfall."

If you weren't following the gaming news in early 2014, Titanfall is an arena-based shooter that puts a sci-fi spin on the popular FPS genre.

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The OnePlus X Is Official

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 09:56 AM PDT

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As expected, OnePlus announced their new budget device today, the OnePlus X.  There wasn't really too much new to learn about the device as it had made its way through the rumour mills more than a few times but lets take a look at the spec sheet anyway:

  • 5″ 1080p AMOLED Display
  • 2.3 GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 801 Processor
  • 3GB RAM
  • 16 GB Expandable Storage
  • 13MP Camera
  • 8MP Front Facing Camera
  • 2525 mAh Battery
  • Dual-SIM Support

The specs are pretty decent for a budget device but it does lack some of the more "premium" features such as a fingerprint reader and USB Type-C port.  And like its sibling, the OnePlus 2, the OnePlus X lacks NFC, quick charge, and wireless charging.

In terms of design, the OnePlus X is a pretty far departure from the other OnePlus devices.  Despite being the budget option, I'd say that the OnePlus X probably carriers the most premium look of the three devices.  It features a beautiful brushed aluminum metal frame with chamfered edges that is sandwiched between the display on the front and either glass or ceramic on the back.  Given the new material options on the back, the back is non removable but OnePlus is still bringing the customizability in the form of textured cases.

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In terms of pricing, the OnePlus X will come in at a pretty decent $329.  Yeah, it's a tad high for a budget device but our dollar is still pretty bad. For comparison sake, thee US pricing is a pretty sweet $249.  The device will begin selling on November 5th but sadly OnePlus has implemented the invite system once again.  So if you're hoping to grab this device you'll want to head over to their site asap to get your name on the list.

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Nintendo’s First Mobile Game Isn’t Quite What We Hoped For…

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 09:32 AM PDT

Miitomo

 

Well Nintendo's first mobile game has been officially announced but I don't think it's what anyone thought it would be.  The game is called Miitomo and features Nintendo's Mii characters.  The game, if you can call it that, allows users to create their own character and interact with other users avatars.  To me, it seems much more like a fancy communication application than a game but it is what it is I suppose.

The game is slated to release in March 2016 and will adopt the freemium model.  In other words, the game is free to play but users will have to shell out money for special in game add ons.

Again, not what many of us had hoped for but it's still exciting to see Nintendo enter the smartphone gaming realm.

Miitomo 2

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The Moto X Force is a rebranded DROID Turbo 2 for international markets

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 08:26 AM PDT

A couple of days ago, Motorola and Verizon officially debuted the DROID Turbo 2, the next high-end smartphone to take up the DROID branding. It packs in quite a few impressive specs along with a display that Motorola calls "shatterproof." Now that device is coming to international markets, too.

In what the manufacturer is dubbing the "#ShortestPressAnnouncementEver," the Moto X Force has been debuted by way of a quick YouTube video showing the device being dropped on a hard surface. As one can expect from a device marketed as shatterproof, the display appears to be fine after picking it up. The outcome was much worse for Apple's iPhone 6s and Samsung's Galaxy S6.

The Moto X Force is exactly the same phone as the DROID Turbo 2, meaning it features a 5.4-inch QHD display, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor under the hood, 3GB of RAM, 32GB and 64GB variants, a battery measured in at 3760mAh, and a 21-megapixel camera on the back. There's a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter, and it's running Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box, but Android 6.0 Marshmallow is coming down the line.

There wasn't any mention of an exact launch date or pricing, but Motorola does say that the device will launch in Latin America, APAC and EMEA beginning sometime in November.


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HTC adding Verizon support to the unlocked HTC One A9 in December

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 06:54 AM PDT

No, Verizon still isn't planning on selling the HTC One A9, but that doesn't mean that Verizon's customers will not be able to buy the HTC One A9 and use it on their favorite network. Thanks to a software update, the unlocked HTC One A9 which is being sold on htc.com will soon feature support for Verizon's LTE network. You will need to wait until December for the software update to arrive, but if you are planning on picking up the HTC One A9 to use on Verizon, we suggest you do in soon. The $399.99 promotion price for the phone is set to expire on November 7, bumping the price up to the standard $499.99 price.

It's nice to know that HTC is working on a software update to ensure that the HTC One A9 works on Verizon, but HTC really needs to get Verizon to carry the phone and offer it directly to its customers if it truly wants the One A9 to be a success in the US market. The phone itself may not have the specs it needs to compete directly with other flagship Android phones, but it looks like HTC may actually be willing to spend a bit of money to promote the phone. If that's the case, the HTC One A9 may actually sell better than HTC's flagship One M9.


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Lumsing Grand A1 battery charger review [coupon code]

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 06:54 AM PDT

External battery packs can be your best friend. They're there for you in a pinch, they can give you that little pick-me-up you need to get you through the rest of they, and they don't even ask for much in return. All they need is to be plugged into the wall or your computer when you don't need them. And if you can do that, and remember to bring the battery pack with you, they're the most handy accessory you can have for your mobile devices.

We were given the opportunity to review a couple of the Lumsing Grand A1 series battery chargers. This series of chargers come in battery capacities: 6,700, 10,050, and 13,400mAh. Lumsing claims that the three different battery capacities will reach full charge in 4, 6, and 8 hours, respectively. They also come in three different colors: Silver with blue button and end caps, gold with white, and black with orange.

Beyond the capacity and colors, the series have mostly the same features. Those include LG batteries, some sort of drop protection, and fast charging technology that provides up to 2.4 amps per port or 3 amps overall (if more than one port) at a claimed 90% efficiency. So if you do the math, that's about 1200mAhs from the big battery to charge your phone over and over and over. They also have LED charge indicators to let you know how fully charged the pack is when charging or discharging. To see the amount of charge your pack has, you push the button and the LEDs will light up. Additionally, the press of the button will turn on the packs to start the charge of your device.

As with most power banks these days, the Lumsing chargers have an "intelligent USB output that can detect charging mode of different digital devices and switch to the right mode for full speed charging." The batteries are CE FCC certified and come with an 18-month warranty. One other tidbit of information for you is that the batteries have an LED flashlight, which isn't unheard of with battery packs, but it's an interesting addition. I heard California is supposed to have a wicked El NiƱo Grande winter this year, and I'll be glad to have some extra flashlights that are basically going to always be charged for emergency purposes.

We were sent the 13,400mAh pack in black and orange and the 6,700mAh pack in silver and blue. I've had them around for a couple of weeks and even brought them on a trip to Europe. I'll be comparing them to some recently reviewed TYLT battery packs I have laying around (and actually use a lot).

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What I like

  • The size. These batteries are much more compact than the TYLT battery packs. For example, the TYLT ENERGI 10K (10,400mAh) battery pack measures 3.15 x 4.72 x 0.95 inches, while the Lumsing 13,400mAh pack is about 3.88 x 3.06 x 0.63 inches. Lumsing's 10,050mAh battery is even smaller.
  • The build. The cases are mostly aluminum, and they look and feel nice.
  • The prices. These Lumsing battery packs are competitively priced and blow the TYLT packs out of the water in regard to pricing. From low to high battery capacities, the prices are $16.99, $21.99, and $26.99. And you can use Amazon coupon code D4MEC6KV to get $4.50 off of the 13,400mAh battery until November 4.

What I don't like

  • Number of USB ports (small beef). These are huge capacity battery packs with only 1 or 2 (the smaller pack only has 1) USB ports to charge your devices.  More would be convenient.
  • No built-in cables (small beef). It's convenient that you can plug whatever USB cable into the battery packs and charge whatever mobile device you need to, but then you also need to carry around cables. Built-in USB cables can be super convenient.
  • No pass-through charging (big beef). This is my biggest beef with these chargers. Pass through charging allows you to charge your devices while you also charge your battery packs. I love this feature when I travel with the TYLT battery packs because I only need to bring one wall adapter and I can charge multiple devices overnight and wake up with them all charged as well as a charged battery pack. Unfortunately, if you want to charge a Lumsing Grand AI pack and your phone at the same time, they need to be charged separately.

In short, these battery packs are extremely competitively priced for their high capacities and small sizes. They've worked brilliantly for me. The sizes are great for travel and because the capacities are high, they will last several phone charges. Even though they don't support pass-through charging, I've been leaving them plugged into a spare outlet in the car so they'll always be ready to go when I need them. The Lumsing Grand A1 battery packs can be picked up via Amazon. We also currently have an Amazon coupon code — D4MEC6KV — for the 13,400mAh Grand A1 pack so you can pick it up for $22.49 until November 4.

How do you feel about these Lumsing Battery packs? How do you feel about these prices for what you get? Do you have a nicely priced battery pack that you think is awesome? Have any questions about the Lumsing packs? Let us know your thoughts by commenting below.


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Google App v5.5 Beta Points To Upcoming Support For Chrome Custom Tabs, Concert Tickets, And New Status Cards [APK Teardown]

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 06:47 AM PDT

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The Google app now has its own beta channel, and the first official version dropped last week. Of course there are a number of bug fixes and probably some fine tuning for performance, but no notable features seemed to turn up between the two releases. However, like most other updates, there are new clues about features we've yet to see. This time around, there is evidence of Chrome's Custom Tab feature coming to search results, a new event card for concert tickets, and a pair of new cards for system status toggles.

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Samsung unveils giant Galaxy View tablet with 18.4-inch display

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 06:33 AM PDT

Galaxy View could be the biggest Android tablet you can buy. Photo: SamsungIf super-sized tablets that aim to replace your TV are your thing, then Samsung's new Galaxy View tablet should be at the top of your wish-list this Christmas. The device boasts a Full HD display measuring a whopping 18.4 inches, a speedy octa-core processor, and long-lasting battery life. "At Samsung, we are committed to creating

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Newegg's Android App Gets A Major User Interface Overhaul

Posted: 29 Oct 2015 04:37 AM PDT

imageNewegg is one of the primary go-to online retailers for American tech enthusiasts, but no one ever accused the website of being pretty. The same can be said for the official Android app, but it's looking a little better these days. The latest app update, version 4.0, completely revamps the user interface into something much cleaner and more readable. Compare the older screenshots to the newest ones on the Play Store:

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Old screenshots on top, new below.

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