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Apps & Games

DirecTV Now vs Hulu vs PlayStation Vue vs Sling TV vs YouTube TV - best live TV apps!

by Joe Hindy 2 days ago78 comments
Features

Here's why Google should launch a game streaming service

by John Callaham 21 hours ago2 comments
Events

MWC 2018: Here’s what to expect

by Team AA 1 day ago15 comments
Features

AT&T rolling out 5G? Who cares?

by C. Scott Brown 2 days ago5 comments
Latest

Hell freezes over: built-in dark mode finally coming to Android (Update: nope)

It doesn't look like we're getting native night mode in Android anytime soon.
by C. Scott Brown3 hours ago

The Archos Hello is a smart display that strangely runs Android Oreo

We do not know if the Archos Hello supports Google Assistant and why Archos didn't just opt for Google Assistant's smart display software.
by Williams Pelegrin12 hours ago

Weekly Plan Spotlight: 74% off Galaxy S8 or Note8

With the launch of new Galaxy devices just around the corner, Sprint is slashing their lease prices on the S8 line.
by John Dye14 hours ago

Huawei P20 is the official name, but it won’t be at MWC 2018

Huawei finally confirms that its next pair of flagships will be the P20 and P20 Plus. But don't look for them at MWC 2018.
by C. Scott Brown14 hours ago
 
 

Businesses can now send certain Android users RCS texts

Some very specific Android users can now communicate with brands using RCS messaging. Google promises more RCS advancement at MWC 2018.
by C. Scott Brown16 hours ago

More features coming to Google Assistant, including support for over 30 languages

In a new blog entry, Google discusses future capabilities of its Google Assistant, including support for over 30 languages before the end of the year.
by C. Scott Brown17 hours ago

IPVanish VPN turns 6; celebrates with all-time-low prices

IPVanish is celebrating their 6th birthday by offering their no-logs, top-tier service for a record low price of $3.33 per month.
by John Dye18 hours ago

FCC paying billions for 10 Mbps LTE in rural U.S. areas

The FCC is paying the four major U.S. carriers billions of dollars to bring 10/1 Mbps LTE speeds to rural areas which currently get little or no coverage.
by C. Scott Brown18 hours ago

Google to release ARCore 1.0 and update Google Lens

Google is giving a huge focus to AR at MWC 2018, and will release ARCore 1.0 as well as demo Google Lens capabilities at the conference.
by C. Scott Brown20 hours ago

New: 92% Off Android O App-Building Masterclass

If you want to learn how to build apps in Android O, look no further than Rob Percival. This week his hands-on course is just $15.
by AA Picks20 hours ago
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