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28
Nov

Amazon’s Kindle and Fire tablet refurb sale has pricing that’s even better than Black Friday

If you thought Amazon’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday prices on its Kindle and Fire tablet lineups were good, well, you’d be correct. Amazon had killer prices across the board on its device lineup, but now you have a chance to save even more money. Amazon has special deals going for the rest of the week on its Kindle , Kindle Paperwhite , Kindle Voyage , Fire HD 10 and Fire 7 tablets, with price…

28
Nov

Galaxy S9 tipped to hit stores only in March, without Google’s latest Android version on board

Samsung will release the Galaxy S9 earlier than expected this year. For some people, that means early January at CES 2018, where the LG G7 is also rumored to arrive . Others think an early launch would still qualify as a regular Galaxy S launch, with Samsung supposed to unveil the phone a day before MWC 2018 in late February — it’s still “early” when compared to this year’s delayed Galaxy S8 announcement event. A…

28
Nov

Galaxy S8 comes in a hot new red color, but try as hard as you can to ignore it

The Galaxy S8 is one of the best Android phones you could buy right now, and it’s available in a brand new color, a Burgundy Red option that launched just in time for Christmas. That said, the best thing you could do about it right now is to admire it from a distance and then forget it ever existed. That’s right, you should refrain from buying a Galaxy S8 at this point, especially if you…

28
Nov

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are rebooting randomly, and Google hasn’t found the problem yet

The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL looked like a worthy second attempt at an iPhone-killer from Google. But since launch, the supposed Android flagships have struggled with a laundry list of problems longer than Jay-Z’s, like a defective screen, hissing problems , and questionable durability. According to a rash of complaints from Google’s own forums, spotted by Android Police , the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have a fun new party trick: The…

28
Nov

At long last, Microsoft Office is finally available on Chromebooks

In what appears to be the final chapter in a rather inexplicable saga, Microsoft’s Office suite is now compatible with all Google Chromebooks with access to the Google Play store. If you haven’t followed this story, here’s what you need to know. Back in 2013, Microsoft released Office Mobile for iOS and Android. Then, in September 2016, Google brought support for Android apps to Chrome OS. Chromebook owners assumed that the mobile version of Office…