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Save 40% on Ballistic Glass Screen Protectors for Galaxy S6

Today you can score BIG savings on this durable tempered glass protector for Galaxy S6 through Amazon using coupon code: S6NATION. Our first impressions were great: easy installation and clear, durable protection against scuffs and scratches. Free 2-day shipping is also available for Prime accounts if you're in a rush.

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Verizon reports increased earnings for Q2 2015, welcoming 1.1 million new customers

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Verizon has published its earnings report for Q2 2015. The US carrier performed rather well in the second quarter of this year, pulling in $32.2 billion of revenue. The company continues to battle competitors to retain customers, but did manage to see its churn rate drop to just 0.90% – the lowest in three years.

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1 week ago

Facebook, Google and other tech giants back Samsung in patent court battle against Apple

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We're certain patent battles are the last thing you'd like to read this morning, but things are getting interesting in the case between Apple and Samsung. The latter party has managed to garner support from various top tech giants, including Google, HP, and Facebook, who have filed a "friend of the court" briefing at the start of July, protesting against the decision to fine Samsung $548 million.

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1 week ago

Poll: Do you need the Incipio Offgrid case for your Galaxy S6?

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Incipio Offgrid case

Over the weekend we caught wind of the Incipio Offgrid case for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge. In case you missed it, the case holds a 3,700 mAh battery as well as the hardware needed to add up to 128 GB of micro SD card storage to your Galaxy S6. And it's not terrible looking.

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1 week ago

What happens when you 'pause' Project Fi service?

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What happens when you 'pause' Project Fi service?

Project Fi does a few innovative things that set it apart subtly from other carrier offerings, and one of the lesser-advertised features is the ability to "pause" service on a whim without any hoops to jump through. Pausing service isn't something offered by other carriers, and lets you simply disable your phone for as long as you want and instantly resume service with the press of a button.

This isn't something you'll be doing all the time on Project Fi, but it does turn out to be a neat feature. We're going to show you how it works.

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1 week ago

ASUS Chromebook Flip specs

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The ASUS Chromebook Flip is the first 10-inch convertible Chromebook, which means it can work as a traditional laptop but also fold into multiple positions, including a tablet-like mode that leverages its touchscreen capabilities. The external hardware is neat, but the specs running the show under the hood are also important.

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1 week ago

NFL Game Pass will let you watch the whole football season on-demand

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The NFL will soon offer a new on-demand video feature to users of its NFL Mobile app called Game Pass. With Game Pass, fans will be able to watch all 256 regular season games on-demand through the NFL mobile app, as well as on a number of set-top boxes. In addition to regular season games on-demand, you'll also be able to watch live, out-of-market pre-season games, as well as the entirety of past seasons since 2009, including Super Bowls.

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1 week ago

Open your watch face options with Minimal and Elegant for Android Wear

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If you thought minimalist meant there was no information but the time displayed, then boy were you wrong. The Minimal and Elegant watch face is exactly what it claims to be, but is also a gorgeous watch face for Android Wear With access to tons of customizable features, weather, time, and the full date, it tells you everything you need at a glance without appearing cluttered or messy to the eye. If you haven't checked out this watch face yet, then keep reading!

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1 week ago

Google Cardboard versus Samsung Gear VR

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Google Cardboard and Gear VR

Should a $20 virtual reality system made of paper be uttered in the same sentence as tech from Samsung? You might be surprised.

It's been an interesting year for virtual reality. We've seen massive leaps forward in helmet-style VR systems in finished form of Oculus Rift and the not-quite-finished HTC Vive, with Sony's own Project Morpheus preparing to follow suit for the PS4. By mid-2016 you'll be hard-pressed to find a AAA game that doesn't offer some form of immersive benefit that can only be found by strapping one of these things to your face.

At the same time all of this has been happening, smartphone-based VR has been gaining momentum. We've seen Samsung partner with Oculus to produce a not-quite-commercial VR system with its own ecosystem of software, with Google's Cardboard gaining well over a dozen manufacturing partners and offering support for just about everything with a screen.

Each is an impressive offering in its own right, but choosing between the two if you've got a device that supports both isn't easy. To make that decision, you'll need to think about where and why you want a VR experience, as well as what you're willing to spend on that decision.

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1 week ago

Google+ Photos shutting down on August 1 in favor of Google Photos

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Now that Google Photos has been live for a couple of months, it looks like it's time to shutter Google+ Photos. Google announced today that on August 1, the photo section that was integrated into the Google+ app will be shut down in favor of the separate Google Photos app.

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1 week ago

The latest Humble Mobile Bundle features classic NEOGEO games on Android

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The Humble Bundle team has launched their latest Android-based collection of games that can be purchased with the "pay what you want" business model. This time, the Humble Mobile Bundle has a collection of classic NEOGEO games to check out.

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1 week ago

ASUS ZenWatch drops to $129 on the Google Store, includes free shipping

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Google has dropped the price of the ASUS ZenWatch on its own store to $129 with free shipping, a savings of $70. While ASUS has announced the ZenWatch 2 already, that doesn't make the original any less capable of a smartwatch. The ZenWatch has already received its Android 5.1.1 update, bringing with it a number of new features.

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1 week ago

Yureka Plus with Cyanogen OS 12 goes on sale in India on July 24 for INR 9,999

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Micromax's latest smartphone in the Cyanogen OS-powered Yu series was revealed as the Yureka Plus. The phone will go on sale exclusively on Amazon's India website, starting on July 24, for the price of INR 9,999 (about $157).

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1 week ago

Evernote nabs Chris O'Neill from Google as new CEO

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Evernote has announced that it has appointed a new CEO, Chris O'Neill, who will step into the job on July 27. Co-founder and current CEO, Phill Libin, will step down from the position to become the Executive Chairman. Evernote says that Libin will stay "actively involved with the company," though they didn't specify exactly what that would look like.

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1 week ago

Acer's Liquid Leap+ fitness tracker is now available in the US for $99

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Acer's first wearable fitness tracker, the Liquid Leap+, is now available in the US for $99. The Liquid Leap+ combines fitness tracking with some smartwatch capabilities, giving you the best of both worlds in a single device. From the Liquid Leap+ you will be able to control your music, be notified of incoming emails and text messages, as well as track your fitness and sleep.

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