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Need a good laugh? Try these eight funny apps!

In need of some positive vibes? Install one of these funny apps on your Android smartphone and tablet and transform your frown into a smile.

BLU S1 long term review: Great in some respects but needs...

After having spent a few months living with the Blu S1 we return with a more long-term look at the phone. As Blu's first model to offer CDMA support, it's a sub-$200 phone worth consideration.

Eight alternative SMS apps for Android

Bored of your default SMS app? Try one of these alternative apps for texting, each of which comes with tons of great features. You'll never go back to the old way again.

8 Ball Pool review: Head to the pool hall with a...

Looking for a decent pool hall experience on your Android device? Check out this easy and engaging game from Miniclip. Here's our review of the casual billiards title.

FrontRow Camera review: A nice toy, but no game-changer

The FrontRow camera is intended to provide a standalone, hands-free camera to wear at events. Does it perform well enough to justify the $399 price tag? Check out our complete review here.

V-Moda’s Crossfade 2 review: Pricey, delightful headphones that can take a...

From start to finish the V-Moda Crossfade 2 are built with the utmost attention to detail. They're more expensive than what some might want to spend, but this reviewer found them to be among the absolute best headphones.

Education starts at home: nine educational apps for young children (age...

The fact that your child craves to use your Android phone doesn't necessary have to be a bad thing. Install some educational games, so that he/she can learn something from the experience.

Causality review: Tricky puzzle game that tests your logic skills

Looking for a challenging puzzle game? Causality is a complex game that might test your patience, but it's incredibly rewarding at the end.

Essential Phone with Android 8.1 and mid-range price – Great value?...

Essential has been hard at work righting some of the wrongs the phone launched with. Coupled with price drops is this now one of the best smartphones you can buy at the mid-range price point? Read our review to find out.

ShotOn review: Automatic photo stamps to show off your phone

ShotOn lets you protect your creative vision by allowing you to easily watermark your smartphones photos with custom stamps.Conversely, it's the perfect way to show off your flagship phone's camera.
Ventev Cables

Gear Up: Ventev refreshes product line for 2018

As you go about purchasing your new flagship phones or new tech, consider Ventev's accessories for your charging solution. Be it wireless, Type-C, microUSB, or something else, Ventev has you covered.

Arctis 3 Bluetooth review: Did these headphones change the game on...

A great option for those of us who have a variety of ways of consuming music and audio, these work exceptionally well for gaming purposes. They're not quite perfect, but the Arctis 3 Bluetooth make it easier for me to pack for traveling.

Love TV shows? Try these games inspired by popular series

Looking for a new Android game to play? Your favorite TV shows might have been turned into a mobile game already. Check our list to see if that's the case.
Solis product line

Gear Up: SōLIS intros line of Google Assistant-enabled home audio solutions

The SōLIS speaker line features five smart, connected audio products, each with its own intended audience. Choose from a variety of price points and aesthetic choices. Learn more about each of them.

Don’t Starve: Pocket Edition review

In Don't Starve you're dropped into a world of dangers; use your wits and ingenuity to craft tools to help you survive - no matter what...

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20 charming cityscape wallpapers for your phone

Here are 20 amazing wallpapers that we've handpicked for your device, all around this week's theme of cityscape photography. Can you identify them all?

Google to host Android Dev summit this November, Pixel 3 incoming?

Google is bringing back its Android Dev summit this November. The last one was in 2015, and it was also hosted by the Computer History Museum.

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