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These ANC earbuds from Anker are back at their lowest price ever

These ANC earbuds from Anker are back at their lowest price ever

Since it first began selling true wireless earbuds a few years ago, Anker has mostly stuck to the lower end of the market, offering excellent headphones at affordable prices. That all changed when the company introduced its new Liberty Air 2 Pro earbuds earlier this year, combining solid sound quality with a premium design and active noise-cancellation. Right now, you can grab a pair of the Liberty Air 2 Pros in a multitude of colors for just $100 at both Amazon and Best Buy.

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All the free games included with Stadia Pro

All the free games included with Stadia Pro

Stadia's $10-a-month premium subscription, Stadia Pro, includes access to an ever-expanding catalog of games at no additional cost. The selection of redeemable games varies — Google adds a few each month, and sometimes removes some. Here, for your convenience, we've compiled a handy list of all the games you can claim right now.

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PWAs are inching a step closer to feeling native on Chromebooks

PWAs are inching a step closer to feeling native on Chromebooks

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) have seen tremendous growth over the years thanks to the rapid adoption of modern web APIs. Combined with enhanced capabilities and improved reliability, PWAs are closer than ever to delivering app-like experiences on the web. Microsoft and Google improved upon this even further last year with app shortcuts, offering quick access to a handful of tasks for PWAs. The feature became available for Chrome and Edge last year, but it lacked support for Chrome OS. It looks like this is about to change.

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Twitter's 'premium' subscription will probably include more than just Twitter

Twitter's 'premium' subscription will probably include more than just Twitter

Last year, Scroll was launched as an all-new way to pay for some of your favorite publishers — including us! — while blocking ads. The app tells sites not to deliver advertisements to your browser using third-party cookies, improving the experience immensely. Big changes for Scroll are on the horizon, though, as Twitter has announced its plans to acquire Scroll.

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Epic v Apple lawsuit drama reveals yet another Google Stadia misfire

Epic v Apple lawsuit drama reveals yet another Google Stadia misfire

If nothing else, Epic's continuing legal battle with Apple and Google is revealing some juicy behind-the-scenes details of the mobile gaming world. The latest tidbit is that, according to a report of the ongoing Epic v. Apple lawsuit, the game developer tried to tempt Google with a Stadia launch of Fortnite, one of the most popular free-to-play games on the planet, and the fulcrum of Epic's current battles.

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The Galaxy S8 hits end of life, and more Samsung devices get reduced update support

The Galaxy S8 hits end of life, and more Samsung devices get reduced update support

Back in 2017, the Galaxy S8 represented a big step in the evolution of Samsung's flagship S line-up, removing the home button and igniting the war on display bezels in the process. Four years later, it's still a great-looking phone, but it's sadly reached the end of the line when it comes to updates — Samsung has ended software support for both the S8 and S8+, as well as moving other older devices to a less regular update schedule.

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Amazon is getting all up in your sock drawer with its newest app feature

Amazon is getting all up in your sock drawer with its newest app feature

Amazon wants you to buy pretty much everything on its site, from shoes to ships to ceiling wax. But especially the shoes, at least with the latest update to the Android shopping app. It brings support for a new Amazon Closet feature, which is kind of like a Pandora recommendation system for clothing.

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Win a CoolPo AI Huddle PANA video conference camera (Update: Winner)

Win a CoolPo AI Huddle PANA video conference camera (Update: Winner)

If you missed out on winning a CoolPo AI Huddle PANA video conference camera in our contest earlier this year, you're going to get another shot at it. This week, CoolPo is giving away the same camera, valued at $699.99, to one more lucky Android Police reader. Here's everything you need to know.

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Viber messenger ups group video call limit once again (APK Download)

Viber messenger ups group video call limit once again (APK Download)

Viber might not be a de-facto standard like WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger, but the platform still has a loyal following of at least 500 million people on Android alone. Like most of its competitors, it quickly upped the group video call cap at the beginning of the pandemic, but the service isn't done — in a Play Store update note, it has revealed that you can now make video calls with up to 30 participants at once, rather than 20.

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PlayStation app now lets you delete files and games from your PS5 without touching it

PlayStation app now lets you delete files and games from your PS5 without touching it

Last year, Sony redesigned its PlayStation App in the light of the PS5 release and promised a slew of new features once the console was more widely available. Some of these are now starting to come to people as part of PlayStation App version 21.4. The release lets you manage your PS5 storage right from the app, allowing you to remove titles you no longer play without even fully turning on your console.

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