Which Project Fi-compatible phone would you buy this fall? [Poll]

Project Fi, Google’s own mobile carrier, piggy backs on T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular networks to bring cheap data plans and an easy-to-use interface when dealing with data usage and bill payments. Its biggest downside, though, is the limited number of compatible phones. Once several new phones are announced this fall, which device would you […]

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YouTube Kids finally lands on Android TV

YouTube Kids has been available for Android and iOS for the past couple of years, but it’s rollout to TV platforms has been slower. We’ve seen a couple of devices pick it up, but today, Google’s own Android TV is finally picking up its own Android TV app. more…

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This might be the best Final Fantasy trailer you’ll ever see

This latest trailer for the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest series is all about the Benjamins. The bling bling. The green. That’s because it’s not a main game from either series but rather a long-running boardgame series in Japan called Itadaki Street. This series, which is something like Monopoly, has been around for many years and frequently teams up with […]

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Free local FM radio coming to LG smartphones in the US via NextRadio

Our smartphones can do a multitude of things including browsing the web, taking photos, communicating with loved ones, etc., etc. Most phones that are released actually have an FM chip built into them, but for ones released in the US, this feature is often nonexistent or disabled by carriers (e.g. AT&T, Verizon). Today, however, LG […]

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Asus ZenFone 4 design and specs showcased in new report

Earlier today, Asus quietly launched the ZenFone 4 Selfie in France – a new mid-ranger from the company that offers an impressive 20MP + 8MP dual front-facing camera setup. Asus is expected to release another entry into its Zenfone line later this month with the Asus Zenfone 4, and a new report supposedly reveals many […]

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