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Create beautiful 3D theme parks with RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch

Equipped with breathtaking 3D graphics, the game lets you create, customize, and share your creations, and it’s coming soon to the Play Store.
by Brian Reigh20 seconds ago

TWRP 3.1.0 will add support for PC data and system backups

A new report claims that TWRP version 3.1.0 will add support for PC data and system backups but there's no word on when it will be released.
by John Callaham2 hours ago1

Get the Secure Folder feature on your Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge (Nougat only)

The Samsung Secure Folder feature, which made its debut on the Note 7, is now available for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge via an unofficial APK.
by Mitja Rutnik2 hours ago20

US Cellular is the latest wireless carrier to join the unlimited plan trend

US Cellular has announced its own unlimited plans, with prices starting at $60 a month for one line with auto play options.
by John Callaham3 hours ago1

5G specification sets 100Mbps minimum download speed

A draft specification for future 5G networks (IMT-2020) states that consumers should see data speeds of at least 100Mbps and latency less than 4ms.
by Robert Triggs3 hours ago14

Flash Sale, Today Only: Complete Investor’s Machine Learning Bundle

You don't have to be a genius or a savant to predict the stock market. You just need the right tools.
by AA Picks4 hours ago

#MWC17 – What’s in my gear bag?

MWC 2017 is upon us and we're sharing what gear we take with us on the road. Who packs light and who takes everything? It's time to find out.
by Kris Carlon4 hours ago3

Founder of popular “$4 smartphone company” arrested for fraud

The founder of Ringing Bells, the company behind the Freedom 251 smartphone that sold for less than $4, has been arrested for fraud.
by Mitja Rutnik5 hours ago7

New Archos Graphite smartphones sport dual-camera setup and affordable price tag

Archos has taken the wraps off the 50 Graphite and 55 Graphite, both of which sport a dual camera setup and a price tag that starts at just €130
by Mitja Rutnik6 hours ago2

Google inadvertently reset some WiFi and OnHub routers (update: some mobile devices also affected)

A number of owners of both the Google WiFi and OnHub routers have had their devices reset due to a mistake that was caused by Google itself.
by John Callaham7 hours ago11
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