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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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Here’s an easy way to browse any genre you want on Netflix

Netflix’s recommendations algorithm is actually pretty decent, but sometimes they include genres and categories that you have absolutely no care for, and leave out a crap ton more that you do. Thankfully there’s a way you can find exactly what you’re looking for.

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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.

New Moto Phones

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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11 Galaxy S8 Tips & Tricks [VIDEO]

Samsung phones have A LOT going on. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are no different. In this video we’ll show you how to do 11 things that every Galaxy S8 owner should know!

Enter the Secret World

How to enable the secret Android Developer Options

The Developer Options is like a secret world for Android enthusiasts to do cool stuff. Not only can you speed up animations, but you can force all apps to do multi-window and much more.

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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.