[TA Deals] Don’t miss out on this huge sale for the Comprehensive Android Development Bundle


Want to learn how to build Android applications, but have no idea where to start? Then you might want to check out the Comprehensive Android Development Bundle from our online store. In it, you’re going to learn everything from Android 4.4 KitKat to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Not only that, but you’ll learn some advanced techniques by taking on tougher projects as well as seeing what it’s like to develop and app from start to its product release.

You especially don’t want to miss out on this bundle. It’s currently 96% off its retail price, but on top of that, we’re running a one-day price drop, bringing its price down even further.

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AT&T introduces Stream Saver to reduce your data usage


Using a smartphone or tablet for multimedia streaming, such as video, is one of the most common ways to enjoy content. Yet with mobile carriers doing away with all or most “unlimited data” plans, the concern of going over your limit when not on WiFi can be very real. AT&T today announced a new service called Stream Saver that aims to help you enjoy video streaming while keeping your data usage low.

Join us after the break for the details.

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[Video] Unboxing Google Home


One of the devices that didn’t get nearly as much attention as the Pixel is Google’s Alexa competitor, Google Home. Alongside the Pixel, it was up for pre-order on announcement day, but became widely available last week on November 4.

Not sure what it’s all about? Be sure to watch Talk Android’s very own Justin Herrick unbox Google’s new smart home device after the break.

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Quick Charge 4.0 is just around the corner, promises 28W of speed


There’s not a single phone on the market that has battery life that any of us really want. Sure, some phones can squeeze two days out of a single charge with perfect usage, but for most of us, we need to be mindful of where a charger is most of the time. Manufacturers have countered that with things like Qualcomm’s Quick Charge capabilities, where you only need to plug in for a few minutes to juice up most of your battery. Read more

BlackBerry CEO confirms presence of a physical keyboard on upcoming handset


BlackBerry’s last device to feature a physical keyboard was the Priv since then we’ve seen the company switch its attention to touch screens and outsourcing its manufacturing, as seen with the touch-screen DTEK60, a phone made for BlackBerry by TCL in China. It looks like many other Android smartphones out there except it sports a BlackBerry logo on the rear panel. If you were lamenting about the lack of BlackBerry’s physical keyboard, though, it seems that there is some good news for you, straight out of BlackBerry CEO, John Chen’s mouth.  Read more

Samsung publishes a bunch of ‘how-to’ videos for the Gear S3 ahead of US launch


Samsung first announced its Gear S3 Classic and Frontier smartwatches back at IFA 2016 back in August, and it’s taken a while for the pair of wearables to become available to purchase. It seems that there isn’t too much longer to wait, though, with Samsung today launching both variants in its home market, South Korea. It’s expected that the Gear S3 will begin its global rollout from November 18th. In the meantime, join us after the break to check out these ‘how-to’ videos that Samsung has published to show off the features of its latest wearables. Read more

[TA Deals] Get IT Security & Ethical Hacking Certification Training for 98% off!


Having a career in ethical hacking is a very lucrative career, but it’s also extremely competitive. To get a job, you’ll need to stay current on all of the latest technologies as well as knowing how to use them within your career. Those are things that you can all learn from the IT Security & Ethical Hacking Certification Training bundle from our online store.

Find out the details after the break.

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