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Andrew Grush

Andrew is one of the three Managing Editors of Android Authority, primarily responsible for the overseeing of US team of writers, in addition to several other projects such as VR Source and more. He loves tech, gaming, his family, and good conversations with like-minded folks.

Andrew's Posts

Get a Google Home base for as little as $10, courtesy of 50% off sale

Right now you can change up the looks of your Google Home for as little as $10 for the fabric variants. If you'd rather opt for metal, those are $20.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago6

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 reportedly may feature an S Pen

According to a new report, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 may end up with support for the S Pen as an optional accessory.
by Andrew Grush3 weeks ago13

AT&T 5G ‘Evolution’ network coming to Austin and Indianapolis, offering 400Mbps speeds

Paving the way for 'true' 5G technology, AT&T is preparing to launch its new 5G Evolution network in two markets this year.
by Andrew Grush3 weeks ago5

Bladebound is Artifex Mundi’s first stab at a hack-and-slash RPG

Known mostly for adventure games, Bladebound is a hack-and-slash RPG that is actually pretty fun based on our time with it so far.
by Andrew Grush3 weeks ago

New & upcoming Android phones (January 2017)

In this article we aim to highlight the most action-packed new Android phones coming to the market in the relatively near future. Let's take a look!
by Andrew Grush4 weeks ago14

Kyocera’s germaphobe dream phone finally gets a successor

In 2015 Kyocera brought us the world's first soap-proof phone. Now in 2017 they are back with the Kyocera Rafre, yet another smartphone perfect for germaphobes everywhere.
by Andrew Grush4 weeks ago2

Cricket raises data allotments once again, though speed caps remain

Cricket continues to raise up its data allotments, this time bumping its $40 plan from 2.5GB to 3, and its $60 plan from 10GB to 12GB.
by Andrew Grush4 weeks ago12

Best Google Pixel Accessories

Looking to make the most out of your Google Pixel or Pixel XL? Read on for a look at some of the best accessories available for the Pixel family right now.
by Andrew GrushJanuary 18, 201719

Amazon Echo vs Dot vs Tap: Which is right for you?

Wondering what are the main differences between Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Tap? Join us as we take a closer look.
by Andrew GrushJanuary 17, 20172

HTC announces the mid-range HTC U Play

In addition to its new HTC U Ultra flagship, the company also unveiled a new mid-ranger, dubbed the HTC U Play. Here's what you need to know.
by Andrew GrushJanuary 12, 201718
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