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Deal: Grab an unlocked LG G5 for $300

LG is normally selling the G5 for as high as $650, but you can currently purchase the company's last year's flagship for under $300. eBay seller qualitycellz is offering the unlocked variant for $299.99. It's the Titanium model that's currently available (the listing says Silver is out of stock), and limited quantities are available. A quick look at other third-party retailers like Amazon and B&H Photo reveals the same variant is being sold for around $350. For more information on the deal, head to the Source link below. Source | Via



Apple releases three new ads to convince you to switch to an iPhone

Exactly one week ago Apple launched a revamped 'Switch' page on its website. That's the portal that's meant for people looking to switch to an iPhone, as the name implies. And with the new page came a new ad campaign as well, which debuted on the same day. A few different ads were released then, and three more have been outed today. These are all short, 15-second clips. Two of them (titled "smooth" and "security", respectively) focus on features that Apple thinks its smartphones have that the competition doesn't offer on the same level. "Your iPhone just works", Apple says with...



College football fans troll Apple

Recently a bug was discovered that Apple addressed in the latest iOS 11 update. When users had enabled autocorrect, the feature changed the letter "i" to a weird "A[?]" combination. Still, fans of the college football team Ohio State Buckeyes were quick enough to feature the issue with a choreography of cardboards that depicted the exact same sign combo instead of the letter "i" in Ohio. Buckeyes' fans are known to chant O-H-I-O with every side of the stadium getting one letter. A block of fans though decided to show the letter "A" followed by a question mark in a box during the...



Red Sony Xperia XZ Premium now available in US

The new, red colored variant of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, which first launched last month - has now arrived in the United States.Amazon has the model listed on its website for $599. The company's home country of Japan was the fist market to get this new color. Shortly after, it arrived in Malaysia and Germany. Source



Verizon has canceled its version of the LG Watch Sport

Google and LG unveiled the Watch Sport and Watch Style back in February, as the first devices coming with Android Wear 2.0 preinstalled. Shortly after that, we found out that both AT&T and Verizon would sell the Watch Sport. And while the former has actually kept its word, the carrier nicknamed Big Red chose another path. Verizon started taking pre-orders for the wearable on February 10, for $329.99 with a two-year contract. Customers who pre-ordered are now being sent cancellation notices. Droid-Life reached out to the carrier and was told that the LG Watch Sport has been canceled....