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Month: February 2019

The Onkyo G3 Smart Speaker is now under $100 (deal ends soon)

OK Google, how can I combine a booming sound system with Google Assistant? The answer is the beautifully designed Onkyo G3 Smart Speaker. We were excited to find out that it’s temporarily available today for only $94.99. As a speaker, the weighty G3 is quite a beast. It has a custom woofer with a massive magnet, a soft-dome tweeter, and a powerful switching amp in a resonance-tuned wood cabinet. The result is crystal clear highs and punchy, deep bass, with the casing specially designed to maximize sound quality. The Onkyo G3 Smart Speaker has Google Assistant and Chromecast built-in, giving you extra bang for your buck. At the most basic level, you can just tell it what music to play without lifting a finger. This is the tip of the iceberg though. As your home gets smarter, the G3 can really start to compliment every aspect of your day. You could be controlling your TV, getting your coffee made, or just looking up baseball stats. This smart speaker can do the hard work for you, all while banging out your favorite tunes. The Onkyo G3 Smart Speaker at a glance: Comes with Google Assistant and Chromecast built-in for voice-automated media streaming to Chromecast-enabled speakers Features voice control for home automation with compliant devices Crafted for premium high-fidelity sound with 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi for stable audio streaming Non-resonant, computer-modeled...

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NetEase’s ‘LifeAfter’ Hits the App Store

For some reason, I recently decided to get back into watching the TV show Walking Dead which has kicked off an entire bender of consuming other zombie-related content. (Like, did you know 28 Days Later has a sequel? Apparently I missed the bus on that one.) So, in my life, I’ve got a zombie TV show, more zombie movies than I could ever watch in one lifetime, which leaves zombie games as the next thing I need to get super obsessed with. Thankfully, NetEase just released LifeAfter (Free) which is set in a post-apocalyptic universe where a virus has caused almost everyone to turn to zombies- In this world, the only way to survive is through mastering a surprisingly in-depth crafting system where you’ll be harvesting, collecting, and combining all sorts of materials to create all the tools (and structures) you’ll need to survive. While you’re doing all your hunting and gathering to survive, you’ll be completing all sorts of other missions to try to make some sense of the zombie hellscape you’ve found yourself in. Interestingly enough, like a lot of zombie scenarios, zombies aren’t your only threat. It turns out humans can be pretty terrible too. When you meet other survivors, you really never know if they’re going to attack you and try to take your stuff, or offer you a new mission and a share of...

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‘Pigeon Wings STRIKE’ is a New Endless ‘Pigeon Wings’ that’s Looking for Beta Testers

What started out as a small two month project between two indie developers back in the summer of 2015 actually ballooned into a two YEAR project called Pigeon Wings ($2.99), which launched back in August of 2017. Pigeon Wings is a side-scrolling racing game that plays like a cave flyer mixed with a shoot ’em up, and it’s extremely awesome. We loved it in our review, chose it for our Game of the Week when it released, included it in our Top 100 Games of 2017 list, and I picked it as one of my personal favorites of 2017. So yeah, it’s pretty good. Unlike most cave flyers Pigeon Wings is a level-based game, but a few months after its release an update added a cool endless mode to the game, which fans had been requesting. The only problem was that, according to the developer’s own analytics, hardly anyone played that endless mode. Enter: Pigeon Wings STRIKE, a brand new fully-featured endless follow-up to Pigeon Wings. Pigeon Wings STRIKE will include many of the features that the developers had wanted to include in the original game’s endless mode but didn’t have time to implement. It’ll feature brand new unlockable characters like Cunningham the hotshot hamster and Presto the “literal fish out of water.” There will also be a local multiplayer mode so you can party up with friends IRL...

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T-Mobile offers a free MLB.TV subscription for the 2019 baseball season

With the start of baseball’s 2019 season right around the corner (Go Yankees!), T-Mobile announced that customers can soon get free subscriptions to MLB.TV. T-Mobile will offer a free subscription through T-Mobile Tuesdays, the carrier’s weekly program that provides deals and free stuff to T-Mobile subscribers. For those unfamiliar with MLB.TV, the MLB-sponsored audio and video streaming service lets you watch every out-of-market regular season game either live or on-demand. You can also watch select spring training games live, stream the home or away feed in HD, and simultaneously watch up to four games. Editor’s Pick 10 best baseball apps and MLB apps for Android Baseball is one of the most popular sports around the world. It’s also the oldest active professional sport in the United States. It has a rich history with plenty of lore and a ton of … If you’re on the go, don’t fret — the MLB.TV subscription lets you use the At Bat Premium app. In addition to everything included with an MLB.TV subscription, At Bat Premium lets you listen to radio broadcasts, see key plays from every game, watch 60fps video of select live MLB.TV broadcasts, and more. If you’re a baseball fan looking to save $118.99 on an MLB.TV subscription, make sure to download the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. The free subscription will be available March 26, with no mention of whether that’s...

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InstaMocks is a Power Tool for App Developers

InstaMocks – App Screenshot Mockup Generator Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) Android App Review by InstaMocks is very well designed Android app that’s a boon for anyone looking to promote their apps (Android or iPhone) or just thinking about it. Created by developer Vemoot Softech Pvt Ltd, InstaMocks makes it tres simple to layout […] Go to Source Author:...

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