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[Deal Alert] SanDisk 200GB MicroSD Card Down To Just $99.99 On Amazon

The price on SanDisk's largest microSD card just keeps dropping like a rock. I mean, like... a rock with another heavier rock tied to it or something. After hitting $135 about a week ago, the 200GB microSD card is now $99.99 on Amazon. That's a lot of storage.

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[Deal Alert] UE MEGABOOM $50 Off On Amazon, Best Buy, Crutchfield, And Newegg; $80 Off On eGlobalCentral

The UE MEGABOOM speaker doesn't just go boom. It goes megaboom. That explosion you hear is the sound of a cylindrical Bluetooth speaker pumping music in all directions. It's not on your desk yet, but you can hear it already, and right now you can make it happen for $50 less than usual.

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CyanogenMod 13 Running Android Marshmallow Begins Rolling Out To Select Devices

CyanogenMod has just announced the first nightly builds of CyanogenMod 13 (CM13) running Android Marshmallow 6.0, which will begin rolling out to a handful of select devices. Nightly builds are not as bug-free as snapshot releases, but they are typically still reliable enough that many users don't mind facing a few issues here and there in order to stay on the bleeding edge.

The release of CM13 follows the first snapshot builds of CM12.1 from early September, with CyanogenMod expecting to have a stable version of CM13 sometime in January. Users already running snapshots of CM12.1 are advised to wait until then to upgrade to CM13 unless they are willing to accept the tradeoff in quality.

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Samsung Drops Galaxy View Price By $100 After Just 2 Weeks (Now $499.99 Everywhere)

The Galaxy View is a device only Samsung would make. Not because it's a bad idea necessarily, but because it's a really niche product that no other OEMs really have a hope of pulling off. It turns out that maybe even Samsung is going to have trouble selling a huge 18.4-inch tablet with a built-in handle. After 2 weeks on virtual shelves, The Galaxy View is getting a $100 price drop.

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Fox Digital Entertainment And Wooga Have Partnered Up For Game Of Drones, A Mobile Game Based On Futurama

Futurama: Game of Drones is an upcoming mobile game in which the Starks of Winterfell invade from the north atop hovering metal horses while slinging laser-tipped arrows.

Wait, sorry, I'm being told that this subtitle is something called a pun. The game is actually based on Futurama, and it's coming to us though a partnership between Berlin-based developer Wooga and Fox Digital Entertainment.

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Square's New NFC Payment Reader Supports Android Pay, And Over 100 Merchants Are Getting Them Starting Today

Square's square readers go into a phone or tablet's headphone jack and let the device accept payments from a credit card. Its original model, anyway. The company has a new one that's rolling out to over 100 small business owners across the US starting today.

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Android Studio 2.0 Preview Introduces Instant Run For Debugging And Brand New GPU Profiler

Every developer has gone through a long afternoon of making a bunch of tiny changes to their app, rebuilding and running it, then repeating the same steps just to get back to a point where they can test the changes they just made. Forget it, those days are done! Android Studio 2.0 just hit the Canary channel and its headlining feature allows you to push changes from your computer to an app while it's running and see results right away. Also joining the latest release is a brand new GPU Profiler tool that can make OpenGL ES development significantly easier.

Instant Run

The Instant Run feature has been mentioned previously during Google I/O 2015, but it has been under wraps until now.

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[Deal Alert] ZTE Is Taking $50-100 Off The Axon, Axon Pro, ZMAX 2, And Spro 2 Throughout Cyber Week

For Cyber Week, ZTE is selling various products for up to $100 off. That makes now until November 30th a good time to save money on what is already pretty affordable hardware.

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Nexus 5X Now For Sale On Amazon And B&H Photo, But No Option For Nexus Protect

The Google Store has been the sole source for new Nexus phones thus far, but now the Nexus 5X is expanding. This device is now available officially on Amazon and B&H Photo. All the colors and capacities are listed, but there's no way to get Google's Nexus Protect add-on if you buy from these outlets.

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New Streaming Audio App PlayTime Offers Free, Unlimited Access To Over 50,000 Internet Radio Stations [Sponsored Post]

Today, there's no shortage of ways to stream music from your smartphone or tablet. Apps like Pandora and Google Play Music make easy work of offering access to a plethora of tunes, but if you want the best experience either has to offer, you have to hand over a monthly fee. PlayTime Internet Radio from Handy Apps is a new app that brings access to over 50,000 internet radio stations to your mobile, completely free of charge.

The app is broken down into several primary categories, including music, news, sports, and talk radio. From there, each category offers several different options, all of which are readily available online for free.

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