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Samsung Gear 360 (2017) priced at $229 for May 25 launch, just $49 with Galaxy S8 purchase


During its press event in late March for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, Samsung also showed off the upcoming 2017 edition of its Gear 360 camera. Today, the company finally announced that the price of the camera will be $ 229, and that it will go on sale starting tomorrow, May 25.

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If you buy either the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus between May 25 and June 19, you can also get the Gear 360 (2017) camera for just $ 49. You can learn more about this promotional offer, and register to get this deal, starting tomorrow at Samsung’s website.

The new version of the 360-degree camera will support video recording at up to 4K resolution, and it will also support live streaming to Facebook, YouTube and other social networks at 2K resolution. In addition, the camera can take still images at up to 15 MP.

As we noted in our brief hands-on look at the Gear 360 (2017) back in March, the camera has been redesigned and is slimmer compared to its predecessor, which should make it easier to hold in one hand. The column below the camera serves as its stand, and it also houses its battery. The camera itself has two 8.4 MP CMOS sensors with fisheye lenses.

Samsung has already launched the companion Gear 360 app in the Google Play Store, which will allow owners to control the camera remotely. The app can also be used to edit and share any videos made with the camera. The app will only work with a select number of Samsung’s smartphones. Besides the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, the app supports the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 EdgeGalaxy A5 (2017), and Galaxy A7 (2017).

Will you be getting the 2017 edition of the Samsung Gear 360 camera, especially if you plan to buy the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus? Let us know what you plan to do in the comments!

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Deal: Snag the 16 GB Moto G4 Plus for just $160 at Amazon and Best Buy


A few weeks ago, Amazon was selling the Moto G4 Plus with 16 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM for just $ 189.99, a $ 60 discount from its normal price. Today, both Amazon and Best Buy have lowered the price of that same phone again, down to just $ 159.99, a discount of $ 90.

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The Moto G4 Plus is still an excellent choice for a budget-price smartphone. It has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, a 16 MP rear camera, a wide-angle 5 MP front-facing camera, and a fingerprint sensor. It also has a 3,000 mAh battery that supports the TurboCharge technology, which offers up to six hours of battery use after just 15 minutes of charging. The unlocked phone is designed to work with all four major US wireless carriers. You can also download its recent over-the-air update to Android 7.0 Nougat.

The Best Buy discount is slated to end in a few hours, so you might want to hurry if you want to get the Moto G4 Plus at such a low price. It’s also possible that the Amazon price could go up tomorrow as well. Are you interested in getting this phone as a gift for a friend, or maybe for yourself? Let us know in the comments.

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Deal: Snag the Moto G4 Plus for just $190 at Amazon


 

The Moto G5 Plus just launched a few days ago, but its immediate predecessor from Motorola, the Moto G4 Plus, is still a solid budget-themed smartphone. If you want to save some money on a new phone, or even a secondary device, you can currently snag the version of the G4 Plus with 16 GB of onboard storage and 2 GB of RAM right now on Amazon for just $ 189.99, a $ 60 discount from its normal price.

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February 26, 2017

Just a quick reminder: The G4 Plus has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, a 16 MP rear camera, a wide-angle 5 MP front-facing camera, and a fingerprint sensor. It also has a 3,000 mAh battery that supports the TurboCharge technology, which offers up to 6 hours of battery use after just 15 minutes of charging. The unlocked phone is designed to work with all four major US wireless carriers.

Perhaps the best news about the Moto G4 Plus is that you should be able to download its recent over-the-air update from Android 6.0 Marshmallow to Android 7.0 Nougat, While it took a bit longer for this phone to get its Nougat update in the US, it’s still nice that a budget-priced device can run the latest version of the Android OS.

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The curved corners on the LG G6 are not just cosmetic


The LG G6 display, like the Galaxy S8 and many other phones that will follow it, has curved corners. This may seem like little more than a cosmetic affectation at first glance, meant to enhance and echo the curves of the device itself which, thanks to the G6’s small bezels, are very much closer to the screen than on most phones. But there’s a lot more going on behind those rounded corners than looks.

In the build-up to the G6 announcement, LG teased certain features of the phone: water-resistance, Google Assistant, reliability. Unknown to most at the time, LG emphasizing reliability was about a lot more than just optimized battery life or stutter-free software (or bootloop prevention for that matter). As far as I can tell, LG’s take on reliability here falls into three broad categories: display, battery and thermal management.

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Display

First up, those display corners. The curves on the G6’s display glass do cover angular corners underneath, but not right angles. The corners of the G6 display are chamfered, so there’s a 45-degree angle between the horizontal and vertical edge of the screen: think of a piece of paper with the corners cut off.

The reason LG did this is to reduce the risk of display damage when the G6 is dropped. LG’s internal testing reveals the majority of phone drops result in impact on a corner. When all that force is transferred to a “sharp” corner of the display, the likelihood of damage is increased dramatically. By spreading that force across a larger area, LG can reduce the risk of the G6’s display cracking.

According to LG, after 50 cycles of its internal tumble test, the G6 came out functional 70 percent of the time while every competitor device suffering some form of glass crack 100 percent of the time. You’d be well-advised to take this data with a grain of salt, but time will tell just how durable the G6 display is. That said, it’ll be interesting to see if Samsung takes a similar chamfered approach with the Galaxy S8 display.

Battery

The G6 also has a more reliable battery. In order to completely avoid any risk of the same kind of problems that affected the Galaxy Note 7 last year, LG is using a battery designed for safety and reliability.

In the G6’s battery, the separator between the anode and cathode is almost twice the size of that found in the Galaxy Note 7 (15.5 microns vs 8.5 microns). The G6 also has a larger “ceiling” around the battery and the phone’s metal frame uses an I-beam construction to make it more rigid and strong, further protecting the battery from potential damage as well as the display.

LG applied very strict standards when testing the G6’s battery: using higher hot-box temperatures than the competition (this is, of course, hard to verify) and adding nail-penetration tests to assess the G6 battery’s stability even under extreme conditions. Other battery features are just for convenience, like the ability to charge the G6 when it’s wet by using wireless (PMA and WPC) rather than a cabled connection.

LG also uses what it calls an Optimal Charging Algorithm to constantly monitor battery age and temperature. By adjusting the voltage and current according to the battery’s condition, LG claims it can prolong the life cycle of the G6 battery beyond its competitors. That means higher capacity for longer, more charge cycles and better battery stability. Again, only time will tell.

Heat

When LG first started confirming details about the LG G6 publicly, the inclusion of heat pipes was in the first wave of disclosures alongside the 5.7-inch QHD+ display and its new aspect ratio. Using thin copper pipes inside a smartphone to dissipate excess heat from the processor and the display driver is nothing new: both computers and other smartphones have made use of this for ages.

But the LG G6 has two heat pipes, one that completely covers the display driver, located along the bottom edge of the phone, and another that directs heat away from the chipset, positioned above the battery. LG says one of the first things it did when designing the G6 was ensure these two heat sources were located as far away from one another as possible. The aluminum mid-frame also helps draw heat away from these critical areas and pushes it to the metal edge where it is further dissipated.

LG has put a lot of thought into ensuring the LG G6 is as reliable as possible, in multiple senses of the word. The fate of the Galaxy Note 7 undoubtedly served as a wake-up call to not only Samsung, but to all other manufacturers too. This obviously means better things for consumers, providing us with a higher level of confidence in our devices thanks to the heightened safety testing they undergo. There’s no such thing as a guaranteed safe device, but we’re a lot closer to that ambition now than we ever have been before.

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Mother’s Day promo: Moto X Pure Edition for just $300


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On April 20th Motorola kicked off a special promotion where you could pick up the Moto X Pure Edition for just $ 350, $ 50 off the normal asking price. The sale was set to end on May 2nd, today. Well, it’s true, the sale is over… But a new – better one – has begun in its place.

Next Sunday is Mother’s Day and in celebration Motorola is now offering $ 100 off the Moto X Pure Edition, bringing its price to just $ 300. The Moto X might not be the latest hotness anymore with plenty of great 2016 flagships already out to the public, but it’s still a solid performer and at this price, it’s a heck of a deal. This latest offer ends on May 9th, so you have about a week to decide whether or not to jump on this or not.

As a recap, the Moto X Pure Edition is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB of RAM. Other specs include a 5.7-inch QHD display, 16 to 64GB storage, microSD, a 3000 mAh battery, and 21MP main cam. Of course you also get Moto Maker customization here, allowing you to make the handset of your dreams.

What do you think, is this worth the new asking price? Share your thoughts down in the comments.

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Want $2? Amazon is literally just handing it out. Download a $3 app, get $5 credit


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You know a company is really trying to push a service to succeed when they start throwing no-strings-attached money at people just to give it a try. Right now, Amazon wants you to start downloading apps from their store so badly that they’re willing to give you $ 5 of credit when you download any eligible $ 3 title. This $ 5 credit works across the entire site, and all of the apps on this list cost the same price or more in the Google Play Store. Honestly, there’s not any reason not to try this.

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What apps are eligible, you may ask? Most of them are games, but there are a couple of non-playful outliers. Kingdom Rush Origins tops the list, and you can also grab Ticket to Ride. Pac-Man HD for very un-spooky ghosts, Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 for some more high-octane spookiness. Photo Lab PRO is also on the list, as is Relax Melodies Premium, a white noise meditation app. All run for $ 3, and buying any of them will put $ 5 in your hand.

Before you start thinking of grabbing all of these apps to scoop up a king’s ransom of $ 12, you sadly cap out at five bucks on this deal. The offer lasts until March 31, 2016, but you can’t let this credit sit in your Amazon account forever, because the promotional credit expires a week later on April 7, 2016.

What do you think of Amazon’s push to get more users to try their service over the Google Play Store? Worth checking out for the free moolah, or are you going to give it a pass? Let us know in the comments below. Also, it’s uncertain whether this promo is regionally specific, so if you’re outside of the US, tell us if the offer is working for you.

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HTC One M10 could launch as just the HTC 10


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HTC has gradually been building up the hype for its next flagship smartphone, with a few teasers here and there, and a launch anticipated for some time in early April. In a bid to change things up a little, it also looks like HTC is preparing to drop the “One M” name from its new phone. Perhaps this is a sign of bigger changes heading our way.

According to Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), the next flagship smartphone from the Taiwanese manufacturer will simply be known as the HTC 10. This isn’t the first time that a rumor about a possible name change has popped up either. Furthermore, @OnLeaks has seemingly confirmed the latest rumor, after uploading a screen shot presumably captured from the HTC 10.

If true, the company would be abandoning the naming scheme that it has used for its past three generations of flagship smartphones, as well as moving away from its general One branding that it used for the more mid-tier A9 later last year.

It seems unanimous that HTC needs to switch up its mobile hardware to claw back some of the manufacturer’s previous glory, especially after the One M9 failed to lift the company’s languishing handset sales. With rumors pointing to a redesigned look, top of the line specifications, and a “very, very compelling camera” setup, we are certainly hoping that the HTC 10 can deliver. But what do you think about the new name?

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Reddit’s official Android app just began its closed beta test


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In the internet equivalent of a State of the Union address, site founder Steve “spez” Huffman revealed that the closed beta for the official Reddit Android app will be starting today. Applications for the beta opened in December, but we haven’t heard much news about it since then. Only a few thousand candidates were selected to take part in the test, but we look forward to seeing what comes of this app. An iOS beta is also slated to begin soon.

Historically, users have had to rely on third party applications like Reddit is Fun, Baconreader, and Slide. Although access through a mobile browser is possible, the nature of Reddit’s content and organization make a mobile-optimized app a much more convenient option. Since the only options to date have been third party, there have always been hiccups and difficulties when Reddit makes any changes. Having an official Reddit app may make any transitions much smoother.

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However, the opposite could also wind up being true. Many Twitter users, for instance, eschew the official app in favor of more powerful third party creations. Depending on the kind of functionality Reddit’s official app will have, it could become the go-to choice like Facebook’s app, or it might just become one of the competition.

There’s no details yet on what this official app will look like, so we’ll have to wait around to see what functions and aesthetics it will offer. If you’re a part of the beta squad, and there’s no agreement preventing you from disclosing your experience, feel free to let us know what it’s like in the comments! In the meantime, what app do you use to browse Reddit? Think you’ll switch to the official one when it comes out?

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Deal: Nexus 6 (32GB) returns to Ebay for just $300


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Just ahead of the official announcement of the Nexus 5x and Nexus 6p, we saw the Nexus 6 discounted on Ebay for as low as $ 300. Since then, the original seller has ran out of stock, but the deal has returned again from another well-known Ebay seller.

Now that the dust has settled, we know exactly how much the Nexus 5x and Nexus 6p costs, as well as what features they offer. So where does the Nexus 6 stand in comparison? For those that like big screens, the Nexus 6 is a whole $ 200 cheaper than the 6p, and yet isn’t a massive step down in terms of raw specs. Sure, it doesn’t have the latest processor or extras like a fingerprint scanner, but it has an even bigger display (6-inches vs 5.7), OIS for the camera, and wireless charging. You’re also saving a good chunk of change.

In other words, if having the latest and greatest isn’t a top priority for you, the Nexus 6 is still a solid deal for those looking to save money. It’s also cheaper than the Nexus 5x, though smaller screen fans might find the Nexus 6 to be a bit too large for their tastes.

As a recap, the Nexus 6 is powered by a Snapdragon 805 with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. The display is 5.96-inches with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, and other specs include a 13MP camera with OIS, a 2MP front cam, a 3220 mAh battery, and Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box – with Marshmallow already ready to go for manual upgrading and an OTA slowly started to trickle out as we speak.

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What do you think, is the Motorola-made Nexus 6 worth picking up at $ 300, or are buyers better off saving a bit extra and going with a newer member of the Nexus family?

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Deal: Refurbished Acer 13-inch Chromebook for just $208 from eBay ($172 off)


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If you’re looking for a perfectly capable computer that won’t break the bank, eBay may have the perfect deal for you. Normally, a refurbished Acer 13.3-inch Chromebook is sold for about $ 259.99 through eBay, which is already a pretty good deal for the computer. But thanks to Acer’s 20% off sale on eBay, when you add the Chromebook to your cart, the price drops down to just $ 207.99 before taxes. Not only is that roughly $ 170 off the original price of this computer, it’s also about $ 180 less than Amazon’s price for a brand new unit.

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The Acer Chromebook sports a 13.3-inch Full HD display, a quad-core 2.1GHz Tegra K1 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage and a battery that can last up to 11 hours on a single charge.

Even though this isn’t a brand new laptop, you’re still covered if anything goes wrong. This is a manufacturer refurbished unit, meaning it’s been restored by an Acer-approved vendor. It also comes with a 90-day manufacturer warranty, so you’ll be covered if there’s a problem with the computer.

Interested? Head to the deal link below for more information!

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