Everything you can do with the LG V10 and the fancy second screen
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Nov 25th - Those looking to dip their toes into the Android VR experience have few options at the moment. Sure, there are countless rudimentary Google Cardboard units being offered free from just about everyone nowadays, but they’re build quality and comfort are more than lacking. If you’re looking for something a little higher quality but aren’t sure …
Nov 25th - After a recent Google Play Store teardown tipped off new features headed to Android users, today Google is finally allowing anyone with access to a web browser to gift Google Play credit online. It’s only available in the US and there are some restrictions on how you can send money.
Nov 25th - Have you ever wanted to learn to code? AndroidArea.com is making it simple by offering you the chance to get schooled up on back-end coding right from your computer.
Nov 25th - HTC today nonchalantly announced they are opening a preview program to give feedback on forthcoming goods. While preview programs themselves are nothing new — Motorola says hello — HTC says they’ll be giving users and enthusiasts the chance to test not only software, but also hardware.
Nov 25th - Sprint’s big offer to slash your rate plans in half when switching from any major carrier wasn’t going to go unanswered by T-Mobile. Magenta has stricken back with an offer of their own: switch from Sprint’s network to T-Mobile and get $200. No strings, no questions, and — most importantly — no trade-ins.
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Nov 23rd - You’re probably wondering what you can do with the LG V10. We’ve got you covered. Check out these 40 tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your brand new LG V10.Read More
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Nov 24th - Google today announced a nice initiative that’ll help raise money for special needs project, and for children who require special schooling. The company will pay $1 for each purchase made with Android Pay between now and December 31st, up to a total of $1 million. Additionally, the company will double that commitment — that’s $2 if you don’t have a calculator handy — on Black Friday.Read More