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Deploy your troops, wage battles, and conquer your foes in World Conqueror 4, a historical WWII strategy game [Sponsored]

One thing is for sure, there are a lot of different strategy games available on the Play Store, so it can be tough to find quality releases that offer the fun and enjoyment of a console title. Luckily World Conqueror 4 is one such release that stands above the crowd. It's a World War II military strategy war game, and it offers over a hundred historical battles where you're tasked with conquering the world with your growing army. So if you're a history nut, or simply enjoy quality strategy games, it's clear that World Conqueror 4 is a title that shouldn't be missed.

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Nokia 7.2 up for pre-order at B&H

The recently-announced Nokia 7.2 has a lot going for it considering its modest $350 MSRP: a 48-megapixel primary camera, 128 gigabytes of internal storage, and Android 9 Pie with an upgrade to Android 10 guaranteed thanks to its Android One software. If you're enticed, you can get in line to get your hands on one now at B&H.

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[Update: It's back] Anker 60W USB-C + USB-A super compact wall charger is at an all-time low of $32 for the next few hours

It just so happens that we all tend to lose a wall charger every now and then, be it because of a power surge or because we're in a rush trying to make it out of the hotel before checkout time. Fortunately, Anker runs sales on its chargers pretty often on Amazon and we think its PowerPort Atom III block pulling 60W is a swell steal at $11 off, but you gotta get it before midnight PDT.

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[Update: File size confusion] Clear gigabytes of cached Chrome storage you probably forgot existed

If you're like me using an Android device, you probably browse the web with Chrome because it exists in plain sight and does the job you want it to do (and if you're not me, we've got an article for you). What it doesn't do a good job of, though, is telling you just how much stuff the sites you visit are caching into your phone — which will be particularly stressful for those surviving on 32GB, 16GB, or even 8GB disks. Fortunately, you can do something about it.

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[Update: Now $378] Pick up a Pixel 3a XL for just $380 ($99 off) at Rakuten

The Pixel 3a and 3a XL are pretty much already a steal at full price. For the XL's $479, you get one of the best cameras in mobile photography, fast software updates, and a big ol' six-inch display. Right now, Rakuten members can get it for even less: just $380.

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31 temporarily free and 23 on-sale apps and games, including Neverwinter Nights

Welcome, all, to another round of app sales. It's a brand new week, so here you are. Sorry about last week's upset in schedule — my internet went down on Wednesday and I forgot about Friday's (I had family in town). Thank you to Matt for covering at least one those.

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Samsung might combine Galaxy S and Note lineups next year

Samsung's yearly smartphone strategy has been the same for years release a new mainstream Galaxy S device in the spring and a more premium Galaxy Note phone in the fall. Now that there are so few hardware and software differences between the two lineups, there has been plenty of speculation that they might be merged, and a new report from Evan Blass is lending more credibility towards the idea.

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Google Store now selling 'Certified Refurbished' devices: Pixelbooks, WiFi 3-packs

Fans of discounts should be glad to hear that Google's own storefront has just picked up a whole new category of products: Refurbs. Today we spotted a new section of the Google Store selling nothing but first-party refurbished products, all supposedly held to "the same high standards and rigorous testing of any device with the Google name." Right now all it's slinging are refurbished Pixelbooks and Google Wifi 3-packs in limited quantities.

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Monday deals: $25 off Echo Show 5, plus savings on Anker Nebula Capsule and more

Welcome to the last week of summer! As you mourn the decline of daylight hours, console yourself with some deals. This week, we've got a great price on Amazon's new Echo Show 5, plus money off the Anker Nebula Capsule, a cool wireless charger, and more.

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[Update: Shutdown date] Sorry, HTPC owners: YouTube is killing its web-based TV interface

YouTube launched its 'Leanback' interface in 2010, originally designed as an automatic playback client for when you didn't want to search and navigate through videos yourself. It later turned into a full-fledged web application for control with a remote, intended for use with smart TVs and other similar devices. Unfortunately, the Leanback web app is about to join the Google Graveyard.

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