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Hulu is one of the best streaming services in town, and it’s free for a month

Fancy a new streaming service? Try Hulu entirely for free for a month and check out some great new shows and movies.

Audible Gold: Sign up now and save big on a three-month subscription

Enjoy great storytelling and non-fiction thanks to this amazing Audible Gold deal right now

Quibi is finally here: How to sign up for the new streaming video app

For people with only 10 minutes to spare, Quibi has you covered

The best free movie apps for Android and iOS

It's surprisingly easy to watch movies on your smartphone, especially if you have one of these free apps.

Humanity’s media habits shifted radically in the 2010s. What do the 2020s hold?

Media futurist Alexis Kirke talks about what the decade holds for screen entertainment

Flipboard TV on Galaxy S20 offers an ad-free streaming-video experience

Flipboard TV will forgo the pre-roll and mid-roll ads that clutter online video to offer ad-free content.

Digital Trends Live: Oscar wrap-up, the Galaxy Z Flip, and more

On this episode of Digital Trend Live, we dive into the top stories in tech, including an Oscars wrap-up.

A.I. upscaling makes this film from 1896 look like it was shot in dazzling 4K

A version of an 1896 Lumière Brothers film that was restored using A.I. looks like it was shot yesterday.

Digital Trends Live: London’s facial-recognition cameras, Super Nintendo World

On today's Digital Trends Live, we talk the biggest tech news, including London's facial-recognition cameras.

Digital Trends Live: Apple Watch partners with gyms, Fortnite becomes a sport

On today's Digital Trends Live, we talk the biggest tech topics, including Apple Watch partnering with gyms.

Digital Trends Live: Bose closes stores, NBC streams, living concrete, and more

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, we discuss the biggest-trending tech topics of the day, including Bose's closure of its U.S. retail stores, NBC’s steaming network, living concrete, and more.

Here’s what all the movies set in 2020 predicted this year would be like

Life in the 2020s might be new to you and me, but it’s far from fresh territory for movies and TV. What did screenwriters think the world would be facing in the year 2020? Check out our rundown.

Google Play sides with team Samsung in the HDR format war

Designed to rival Dolby Vision, HDR10+ is the brainchild of Samsung, Panasonic and 20th Century Fox. Together, they have announced that HDR10+ will soon expand to Google Play Movies and TV.

Where are they now? A look back at our past Top Tech of CES winners

Every year at CES, the tech experts of Digital Trends select one product that impressed us the most. How well have our picks held up? Ahead of CES 2020, let’s take a look back at our Best Tech winners and see where they are now.

Digital Trends Live: Google suspends Xiaomi, Segway’s S-Pod, and more

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, we dive into the biggest topics in tech, including Google's suspension of Xiaomi, OnePlus’ “disappearing” smartphone cameras, the Segway-Ninebot S-Pod, and more.

Digital Trends Live: Uber and Postmate sue California, gene editing, and more

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, we break down the top tech stories, including a lawsuit filed against California by Uber and Postmates, iPhone 12 rumors, the top Netflix shows, robotic cats, and more.

Ten Years of Tech

With 2020 on the horizon, the last few weeks of 2019 present us with a unique opportunity to look back and reflect on not only the past year, but also the past decade. The span of time between 2010 to 2020 brought some of the most amazing technological advances the world has ever seen, so […]

Ten Years of Tech

With 2020 on the horizon, the last few weeks of 2019 present us with a unique opportunity to look back and reflect on not only the past year, but also the past decade. The span of time between 2010 to 2020 brought some of the most amazing technological advances the world has ever seen, so […]

Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Robot arms and keychain-sized hard drives

Every week, Digital Trends combs through crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo to round up all the best gadgets, gizmos, and gear currently in preproduction.

Digital Trends Live: Xbox Series X, Lyft goes rental, The Game Awards highlights

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, we dig into the biggest tech stories, including the new Xbox Series X, highlights from The Game Awards, 5G continues to expand, Lyft goes rental, Hulu ads for binge-watchers, and more.

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Poco M2 Pro review: A better Redmi Note 9 Pro

Excellent battery life, good performance and no ads. What's not to like?

Verizon announces Samsung Galaxy A71 5G UW

Back in May, Verizon announced the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G UW, a phone compatible with Verizon’s 5G Ultra-Wideband and lowband networks.Now Verizon has come back with the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G UW, a far more affordable smartphone than the flagship S20 while still bringing 5G connectivity.SpecsThe A71 5G UW features:A 6.7″ Super AMOLED Infinity-O DisplayA quad-camera rear array with a 64MP main module, a 12MP Ultra Wide lens, a 5MP Macro lens, and a 5MP Depth CameraA 32MP front cameraA 4,500mAh battery8GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storagePricing and availabilityThe Samsung Galaxy A71 5G UW has a retail price of $649.99, which breaks down to $27.08 a month for 24 months on Verizon Device Payment.However, if you activate a new line on any Premium Unlimited Plan, you can get the device for $15 a month or $20 a month online.Preorders for the Galaxy A71 5G UW start tomorrow, July 9 here. The phone will be available in stores starting July 16. During the preorder period, users can get 25% off cases and screen protectors.Verizon also launched three additional phones, the Samsung Galaxy A11 and A21 and the Orbic Journey L.

Just $89.95, the MagiMask is the future of AR

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are two topics which have been kicking around for quite some time, with the former dating back decades. And thanks to the advances in phones and consoles, they both continue to get better. And cheaper.Augmented Reality really took off with the launch of Pokemon Go, ushering in an exciting and fun way to blend the real world with collectible characters. Over on the retail front, places like IKEA and Amazon are making AR an instrumental part of their shopping experience.What does the future hold for AR technology? It looks an awful lot like what MagiMask is doing today.Whereas most conventional AR accessories have an image that’s viewed via split-screen, the MakiMask is a singular full-screen experience. What’s more, it’s four times the resolution as compared to today’s common experience. That means fewer headaches and less eye strain.Beyond the AR aspect, the MagiMask is a fun way to enjoy movies and games on your handset. Paired with a Bluetooth controller, you’ll have more fun gaming with popular such as Fortnite. Or, simply take in a cinema-like experience from the comfort of your hammock.As we’ve seen time and again, innovations like these get their start on crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. It should come as no surprise to learn that the MagiMask was successfully backed on both outlets (Kickstarter, Indiegogo).Magimask BundleMagiMask: Full resolution 4x higher than split-screen VRsMagiTools: Physical tracker objects that allow you to easily interact w/ the digital worldUniversal phone mount: Adjusts to your AR-compatible smartphoneRecommended Portable Cinema Viewing Apps: Netflix, HBO, Hulu, VLC, YouTube, YouTube 360, & Amazon PrimeRecommended Augmented Reality Apps: Sketchfab, Augment, Kubity, IKEA, Alone, Holo, Sketch AR, Geogebra AR, Jig Space, Civilizations AR, Visible Body AR, Dinopark AR, & Enter the roomGaming & Drones: Grand Theft Auto (With Bluetooth Controller), Fortnite (With Bluetooth Controller), DJI (Navigate Drone With Controller, Connect To DJI app)Ludenso Create: Create 3D models & view your masterpiece in AR on the MagiTile with your iPad.Buy it Today!Normally, the MagiMask retails for $129.99; however, AndroidGuys readers can snag the MagiMask plus a bundle of props for $89.95. That’s 30% off its regular price, plus the goodies.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Oukitel WP5 Pro launches globally at $129.99

Oukitel this week launched its attractive WP5 Pro rugged phone, offering it up with a full global availability. Thus far the reviews and chatter surrounding the handset has been rather positive, and it falls in line with the brand’s affordable alternatives to pricey big-name models.The Oukitel WP5 Pro landing page has gone live, giving consumers a chance to purchase the new phone for the reasonable and budget-friendly launch price of $129.99. In stock and ready to go, it’s also on sale for a short time.The Oukitel WP5 Pro has a unique owl-like camera design that may be of interest to you. It features a three-camera array with a parallel row of LED lights. It’s pretty distinctive stuff, especially for a rugged phone.With an 8,000mAh battery, the Oukitel WP5 Pro is like having a solid phone battery and a portable power bank in one. Indeed, it’s about twice the capacity that other phones offer.In terms of hardware features, the WP5 Pro comes with MediaTek’s Helio A25 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. It truly is a slightly more robust take on the standard WP5. Moreover, it runs Android 10 and has a customizable button on the side which can be configured as users see fit.The standard price of the Oukitel WP5 Pro will be $200, but the newly launched phone is being offered at just $130 for a limited time. Head to AliExpress to purchase the phone. For more new features and information on this phone, and others in its portfolio, please go to Oukitel’s official website.EDITOR NOTE: This is a promoted post and should not be viewed as an editorial endorsement.