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Keep your files safe with a 2-Yr SOS Online Backup plan [DEALS]

Backing up our important files and precious memories is something we all know we must do but almost never do. We never run out excuses. It's too hard to create a foolproof setup. Or it may be too expensive too avail of good backup hardware or services. Those excuses become of little comfort when everything goes south. Now, however, you have little to no excuse with this sweet deal from Android Community. You can get your peace of mind with this 2-year subscription to SOS Online's Infinite Cloud Backup service.

Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9: where and when to get them

The cat is out of the bag: Samsung's and HTC's flagships are coming to town. But while they are set for an April launch, some might be able to get their hands on one, or at least on a pre-order form, earlier than others. If you're a bit confused on where to get them, if you haven't sworn fealty to a carrier, Android Community has the low down on availability dates as well as some prices to help you make the decision of which smartphone to get this year.

Galaxy S6, S6 edge cometh April 10: here are our impessions

Samsung has finally announced the nitty gritty details, or at least some of it, when its prime smartphones launch in the US. The Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge will arrive in the US via multiple carriers, both postpaid and prepaid, and many, many retailers. This all starts on March 27, when you can put down a pre-order for either, or maybe even both, of the two. The smartphones actually won't be available until 10th April, so while waiting, why not join us as we give 2015's stars a spin.

RHA T10 headphones review: literally music to our ears

When using our mobile devices, we usually make a lot of compromises. We compromise on screen size because we don't really want to carry around our 27-inch 2K monitors. We compromise on power because we can't really fit an Intel Core i7 or an NVIDIA GTX in our pockets and even if they could, they'd burn a hole right through them. One thing we don't need to compromise on, however, is audio. Regardless of what speakers our smartphones come with, we can always rely on headphones or speakers to keep up to the beat. RHA's T10 in-ear headphoneis the hero of this story, but can it really save the day? Read on to find out.

Get it while it lasts: 3 Years of Anonymizer Universal VPN [DEALS]

We can't emphasize enough just how important your privacy and security is today. Especially today. That is why every chance we get to offer you affordable services and tools, we take it. Now it's up to you to take it to. With this latest Android Community deal, you get three years worth of universal VPN service from Anonymizer, a leading company in the area of online privacy and security, ensuring that whatever you do on the Net stays personal and out of the reach of prying eyes and hands.

HTC One M9: an excruciating practice in refinement

HTC has shown its hand for 2015, it's high end race horse for this year, and the last smartphone to be launched under now ex-CEO Peter Chou. It is clear from a glance, and from a bit of reading of HTC's PR materials, that the One M9 is its most refined, most luxurious looking, and most advanced smartphone to date. But is it it's best? And more importantly, can it boast of being the best when put alongside other 2015 smartphones? SlashGear's Chris Davies takes the smartphone for a spin to find out the answers for himself.

Stormblades slashes into Android, almost like Infinity Blade

When the "hack 'n' slash" game Infinity Blade landed on the iPhone, it became the standard for action RPGs on mobile, especially on the iPhone, because of the lethal combination of gorgeous graphics and gesture-based controls. Two Infinity Blade games later, the title still hasn't made its way into Android. That's not to say there has been no attempt to create something similar on our beloved. Stormblades, which was just launched by Subway Surfers developer Kiloo, is just one of the latest to try to do so. And it almost gets it. Almost.
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