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[Deal Alert] Get a set of Samsung Level On Wireless headphones for just $99.99 ($100 off), plus a variety of other Samsung audio deals from Groupon

We've published quite a few Deal Alerts already today, and that trend isn't stopping. As fellow tech geeks, it's our sworn duty to inform you all about any great prices on technology we find out there. In case today's deals on other Samsung products, like the Gear 360 camera or Level U Pro wireless headphones, didn't tickle your fancy, we've got some more coming your way right now.

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Metro Bank in the UK adds support for Android Pay

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T-Mobile's 'LTE-U' program will use unlicensed spectrum for more LTE bandwidth

Everyone wants faster LTE data, and carriers want to give it to them (and protect and expand their subscriber base at the same time). T-Mobile's latest attempt to expand its network is what it's calling "LTE-U" in a new press release. After the FCC certified compatible network hardware from Nokia and Ericsson, T-Mobile announced that it will be rolling out support for the high-frequency network additions in the spring of this year.

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Another Play Store UI experiment appears, this time with separated store categories

At this point, I'm convinced everyone has a unique Play Store app layout. Several UI changes are in various stages of testing - including expanded cards on search, a new My Apps screen, a 'Top Features' list, and several others. There's yet another UI change in testing, this time expanding the Play Store categories.

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Yet another image of the Huawei P10 leaks

Mobile World Congress starts in a few days, and Huawei will be on hand to announce the P10. It's not like we really need it to—the phone has been thoroughly leaked in the run up to MWC, and now there's yet another slip of information. This time our old friend Evan Blass has dropped a high-resolution press image. That's it above.

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Google's phone prompts for 2-step verification are getting updated to show more info

Back in June of last year, Google introduced two-step verification prompts to mobile devices. This made using two-factor authentication a lot easier, since it formerly required you to enter codes every single time. However, these prompts looked pretty barren and showed little to no information about the device that was requesting access to your Google account. Now, though, Google is updating them to fix that issue.

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[Deal Alert] Get a Samsung Gear 360 camera for $189.99 ($160 off) from Groupon

Samsung's first action camera, the Gear 360, was announced back in February of last year and released in August. The camera's main selling point is its two fish-eye lenses, capable of recording 360-degree video. Now you can get the Gear 360 for just $189.99 - the lowest price we've seen for it.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon is offering a discount of $8.62 on all orders of $50 or more, today only

For the second straight year, Amazon has ranked #1 on the Harris Corporate Reputation Poll - with the company earning a record-high score of 86.27 this time. To celebrate, Amazon will take $8.62 off all purchases of $50 or more.

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Registration for Google I/O 2017 is live, submit your application by February 27th

The annual Google I/O developer event has gotten hugely popular over the years as Google has increasingly used it to announce major products and OS updates. Getting a ticket to Google I/O is not a sure thing, but you can throw your hat into the ring starting right now. Just make sure you've got enough cash to cover the newly inflated ticket prices.

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Instagram now allows up to 10 photos and videos in one post

Earlier this month, Instagram began testing the ability to add a combination of videos and photos to a single post, up to 10 altogether. The feature was very broken at the time, but Instagram has worked out all the bugs since then. Starting today, the feature will roll out to all Android and iOS users.

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