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Month: July 2018

Weekly Plan Spotlight: Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ lease from $9/month

It’s Weekly Plan Spotlight time, deal fans. If you’re not too fussy about the concept of ownership, then this is a peach. Why spend $800 on a Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, which will be old news in a couple of years, when you can lease it for 18 months at just $9 per month? You can have your fun, save a bundle, then ditch it for the newest shiny model next Christmas. Hold on… Really? Absolutely. That’s the deal Sprint is offering right now on Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus Flex Leases when you sign up for a new line of service. You save $24 per month over 18 months, so on top of your plan you’ll pay just $9 per month for the Galaxy S9, or $14 per month for the Galaxy S9 Plus. Put another way, you can lease a brand new Samsung Galaxy S9 for 18 months for just $162. Even better, Sprint includes an optional upgrade on your Flex Lease after 12 months, and it’ll also cover switching fees of up to $650. For a limited time you even get free activation when ordering online, which saves another $30. Sprint must really want your business. Splendid. Any hidden catches? Nope. You need a new line to get this deal, and you’ll have to stick with it for 18 months to get the...

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Pocket City brings SimCity-inspired gameplay to Android: Download it now

Indie studio Coldbrew Games has launched Pocket City for Android and iOS. The game is a city building and management simulation inspired by the classic SimCity. The game costs $4.99, but there is a limited free demo available. Without a doubt, one of the most popular video games ever made was the original SimCity. The idea of creating and managing your own virtual metropolis is something that is truly irresistible for many people. While publisher Electronic Arts released an official mobile edition of the franchise, called SimCity BuildIt, a few years ago, many mobile gaming fans have been waiting for a city building sim title that looks and plays a bit closer to the original SimCity. Read more: Best simulation games for Android Today, it appears those wishes may have been answered. Coldbrew Games, a one-person indie studio, has just launched Pocket City for Android and iOS. It definitely looks like the first PC version of SimCity, in terms of its art style. Pocket City allows you to create your own thriving urban areas. You have to develop, build and maintain your city’s commercial, industrial and residential zones and you have to keep the residents and workers in those zones happy. As your city grows, you also have to keep track of your municipal budget, and use it to put in improvements for transportation, power, and more. Of course, it wouldn’t be a city...

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Sam Frankl creates black and white video for indie pop “Patina” [Premiere]

London-based indie-pop singer, songwriter, and poet Sam Frankl follows on the heels of his latest release “Patina” with a new visual counterpart.  Shot in black and white, Sam sings to a female in a video. In a tug-o-war of gestures and movement, the video is very minimal, yet emotionally charged, with the pair going back and forth […] The post Sam Frankl creates black and white video for indie pop “Patina” [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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