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Galaxy Note 8 Battery: 0 to 100% in 6,420 Seconds

How long the battery lasts on the Galaxy Note 8 is only one component of battery life. Sometimes how quickly a phone can charge is almost as important so we decided to put that to the test. Here’s exactly how fast you can expect to fully charge the Galaxy Note 8.

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How to turn off iMessage when switching from iPhone to Android

Have recent major Android releases like the HTC One M8 and Samsung Galaxy S5 lured you away from your iPhone? Unfortunately, a side effect of the changeover might cause your new device to be unable to receive text messages.

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Google unveiling huge Finance update in November

Google first launched their Google Finance website in 2006 but the service hasn’t seen an update since 2008 and the Google Finance Blog was closed in 2012. While modern portfolio trackers and stock trading services like Robinhood have risen to the top, Google has largely sat on the sideline, letting competitors have their way with …

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Pokémon Playhouse is a free kids game for Android

In the Pokemon Playhouse, kids can meet Pokemon and explore various areas with different activities. Kids can groom Pokemon, identify Pokemon, listen to stories, and go on adventures.

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10 Best Keyboards for Android in 2017

Whether you’re the fastest typer in the west or someone who isn’t good with touchscreens, here are the best keyboards available for Android right now!

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The Moto G5S Plus launches in the US on September 29th

Motorola has announced that the Moto G5S Plus will be launching in the US on September 29th and will be priced at $229 for a limited time, before going back to its retail price of $279.99.

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10 Best RSS Readers for Android in 2017

It doesn’t matter if you’re a diehard newshound with 100 sources or a casual reader, here are the best RSS readers for Android right now!

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Google Home Mini passes through the FCC

An FCC listing for a “media streaming device” showed up under Google’s code. The device’s ID is A4RH0A, which is close to the original Google Home’s ID A4RH0ME.