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The Android Phone with the Best Battery Life [September 2016]

Battery life is a prime talking point when considering which smartphone you want to spend hundreds of dollars on, so it’s understandable to give it some heavy weight in your overall decision. To help you out, we’re presenting the Android phones with the best battery life.

Galaxy Note 8

How to watch the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 announcement [VIDEO]

Samsung will be taking the stage later today at an event in New York where the company is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 8. Here’s how you can watch the event, even if you aren’t able to attend in person.

Game Changer

How BioShock Rewrote the FPS Rulebook

Videogames have a wonderful habit of taking us to unforgettable imaged places, but, to paraphrase Dorothy, there’s no place like Rapture. An undersea metropolis built by Objectivists and, by the time the player arrives, destroyed by deregulation, its decrepit bathysphere tour warmly welcome us to an utterly hostile and sinister environment. But Rapture’s not just …

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20+ Best Android Games [August 2016]

When the heat gets unbearable you will need to seek refuge in the air conditioning. You’ll also need some new games to keep you entertained. Luckily, July brought us a plethora of awesome new Android titles.

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How to view Android notifications, reply to SMS from your computer

Want to view your smartphone notifications on your computer, send a text from your computer or seamlessly transfer files between your Android device and your computer? We’ll show you how to do all that and more with the help of Pushbullet.

FACE-To-FACE

7 Best Android apps for video calling

Video calling might not be as popular as it’s depicted in sci-fi movies, but it’s still a very valuable form of communication. Let’s take a look at the best Android apps for video calling.

finally for real

Android 8.0 Oreo is official

As many predicted, Oreo is indeed the nickname. Google hasn’t done a branded version nickname since Android 4.4 KitKat, but Oreo just made so much sense for Android O.