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Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy Updated With Two More Games—Plus We're Giving Away 10 Free Codes [Update: Winners]

The most recent Humble Mobile Bundle has been live for a week, and that means two things. First, there are more games in the bundle. Second, we're giving away 10 codes that entitle you to the full selection of games. Yay.

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[Deal Alert] Catch The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (n920i) Unlocked On eBay For $570

The Note 5 is like the Note 4, but newer. Actually, while that introduction would generally be true, this year's model received the drastic redesign Samsung introduced with the Galaxy S6. Bye bye plastic and microSD card slot, hello glass and... no microSD card slot.

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[Deal Alert] Lexar MicroSD Cards On Sale Via Amazon's Gold Box Deal Today

Amazon's Gold Box deal today includes a ton of flash memory from Crucial and Lexar. However, most of it is of little relevance to Android devices. I mean, unless there's a phone or tablet with a 2.5-inch SATA drive I'm not aware of. What you can get are these Lexar microSD cards. They're up to 66% off.

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[Deal Alert] Google Is Giving Out 'Aquarius' By Tinashe For Free In The Play Store

Fans of R&B, here's another one for you. Tinashe's debut album Aquarius is now available for free from Google Play.

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[Update: More Games] Google Play Store Promotion Offers Up 13 EA And Chillingo Games For Just 10 Cents Each, Including Monopoly, NFS Most Wanted, Power Ping Pong, And More

Looking for some cheap games? Then Electronic Arts and its mobile subsidiary Chillingo would like to offer you a selection for just a dime a piece (assuming you live in the US, Canada, Mexico, and a few other places). None of the games are particularly new with the exception of Power Ping Pong (which is pretty great) and the horror adventure game In Fear I Trust (which was just published), but most of them cost $4-5 at their regular prices.

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[Deal Alert] Huawei P8 Lite On Sale For $199 ($50 Off) Through Amazon

Screenshot 2015-10-08 at 9.20.15 PMThe upcoming Nexus 6P is the Huawei device everyone is drooling over, but the modestly priced P8 Lite is also out there. This phone launched a few months ago for $250, but it's on sale right now for $200 to celebrate Columbus Day next week. I guess that's a thing people celebrate now.

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AIDE Gets Android 6.0 Support In Version 3.2, And Intel Is Sponsoring Full Premium Keys Worth $10 For A Limited Time

AIDE, the Android integrated development environment, has reached version 3.2. That means it's getting Marshmallow support. It's picked up the option to refresh Maven libraries. It has updated Android NDK support and Google libraries. And it's packed with other goodies that don't really mean all that much to non-developery types.

But even if you are a developer and you find yourself excited by what you just read, hold on to your butts, because here's where things really get good. Intel is sponsoring a number of premium keys. These would normally cost you $10.

To claim your own sponsored license, exit AIDE, restart the app, and select the 'Code for Experts' option.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Reduced Down To $300 On eBay

Do you know what costs more than a Galaxy Note 5? This year's new Galaxy S6 Edge+, which is essentially a Note with fancy sides. Both are priced at uncomfortably close to a grand. Frankly, Galaxy Note devices are about as expensive as smartphones come.

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[Deal Alert] Grab The Nexus Player For $50 From Best Buy Or Adorama (50% Off)

The Nexus Player was never really the best set-top box, and thanks to the NVIDIA SHIELD, it's not the best thing running Android TV either. Fortunately you can get one for cheap. Best Buy is selling the thing for half of what you would pay on the Google Store. Yup, only $50.

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Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy Offers Deep Under The Sky, Botanicula, Dark Echo, Fearless Fantasy, And Other Pretty Games

For people looking to gorge themselves on ad-free mobile gaming, offerings don't get much better than those we get from Humble Bundle. Every couple of weeks the organization hands out at least six games that you can tote around in your phone or tablet. All you have to do is pick a price that's over a dollar to walk away with at least three games. Beating the average will get you three more, with others set to appear one week from now.

The Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy, as this week's collection is called, offers a set of visually pleasing titles. This bundle includes Deep Under the Sky, Botanicula, and Haunt the House: Terrortown for those who pay over a dollar but less than the average.

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