Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note8 drops to $700 in US

How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND

First its price fell to $ 790, then to $ 740, and now the Samsung Galaxy Note8 has dropped to an all time low of $ 699.99. A Top Rated Plus eBay retailer is currently offering the 64GB factory unlocked model at this price. As for available color options, the list sadly only includes black at the moment as all other colors are out of stock. No information on when the deal ends, and as is usually the case, the listing just says limited quantity available. For more info, head to the Source link below. Source

GSMArena.com – Latest articles

Cash For Apps: Make money with android app

LG bootloop class action settlement offers $425 in cash or $700 toward a new LG phone

LG G5 hands-on

Some LG devices have had a nasty history of bootloops, so much so that LG ended up facing a class action lawsuit about it. Now it looks like a settlement has been reached.

Law firm Girard Gibbs has set up a website dedicated to the settlement of a class action lawsuit against LG about the bootloop problems that affected many of its phones. According to the website, which was up earlier today before disappearing, members of the class action lawsuit could get either $ 425 in cash or a $ 700 rebate toward a new LG phone.

The class action lawsuit focused on the LG G4, LG G5, LG V10, LG V20, and Nexus 5X for their bootloop issues.

The website included a proof of claim for those who took part in the class action lawsuit to fill out. That form must be filled out by February 12, 2018.

Having your phone reboot over and over and over again is frustrating, as most people have a lot of personal data on their phone and rely on it to stay connected to what’s happening in the world. It’s good to see that customers affected by LG’s bootloop issues will be compensated for dealing with the problem.

PhoneDog.com – Latest videos, reviews, articles, news and posts

LG settles bootloop lawsuit: Members get $425 in cash or a $700 LG phone rebate

According to a settlement website set up by the law firm Girard Gibbs, members of a class action lawsuit against LG for G4, V10, V20, Nexus 5X, and G5 bootloop problems have received a settlement offer. The suit went to arbitration last summer.

LG is offering class members either $ 425 as a cash settlement, or a $ 700 rebate toward the purchase of a new LG phone. That’s pretty generous, and it’s clear that’s going to help offset some of the angst LG’s created with this whole incident.

Read More

LG settles bootloop lawsuit: Members get $ 425 in cash or a $ 700 LG phone rebate was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Police – Android news, reviews, apps, games, phones, tablets

Entry-level 2018 6.1-inch iPhone may be LCD, cost between $700 and $800

Article Image

An investor’s note is shedding some more light on previous prognostications, saying again that moving at least some iPhone X features to the entire line will boost sales volume — and has some predictions on specifications of the 6.1-inch LCD model.
AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Deal: The LG V30 is down to £700 at CarphoneWarehouse

The LG V30 is still fresh on European shelves but it’s already seeing its first discount – in this case a 12% drop in price at CarphoneWarehouse in the UK. Originally a £795 prospect in both Silver and Blue, the 64GB LG V30 is now down to £700. Other retailers in the UK offer the V30 as well, but their price is harder to swallow. The V30 is in stock and available for next day delivery and there doesn’t appear to be a timer on the new price. Mind you, at £700 the LG V30 is still rather expensive but so are its competitors such as the Pixel 2 XL, Galaxy S8+ or iPhone 8…

GSMArena.com – Latest articles

[Deal Alert] Arlo Pro 2 discounts include $100 off four-cam kit ($700), $30 off two-cam kit ($450), and $20 off single cam ($200)

For anyone looking for extra peace of mind at home, you could do worse than install a home security camera system. It’s not a cheap endeavor by any means, but if you can afford to do it, there are genuine benefits to be had. Netgear’s range of Arlo Pro cameras are among the best in the business, and right now it’s possible to pick up its second-generation hardware at a tidy price.

Read More

[Deal Alert] Arlo Pro 2 discounts include $ 100 off four-cam kit ($ 700), $ 30 off two-cam kit ($ 450), and $ 20 off single cam ($ 200) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Police – Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets

Last call for $1,599 27″ iMac 5K, plus $100 off 10.5″ iPad Pro and high-end 2016 15″ MacBook Pro for $2,099 ($700 off)

Article Image

Time is running out to save $ 200 on Apple’s Mid 2017 27" iMac 5K at B&H. Plus, pick up a 256GB 10.5" iPad Pro with cellular for $ 829 ($ 100 off) or a high-end Late 2016 15" MacBook Pro for $ 2,099. All with no tax outside NY and NJ.
AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Early Black Friday deals are live at B&H with savings of up to $700 off Apple Macs, iPads & Beats headphones w/ no tax in 48 states

Article Image

B&H has launched Apple deals in the days leading up to Black Friday with instant cash savings of up to $ 700 off popular MacBooks, iMacs, iPads and Beats headphones. Each model also qualifies for free shipping to the contiguous U.S. with no sales tax collected on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.
AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Congress Agrees on a $700 Billion Defense Deal, Rejects Space Corps

No Space

Congressional negotiators cut short on Wednesday the supposed plans for the creation of a sixth branch in the United States Armed Forces dedicated for space defense. The United States Space Corps (USSC) was part of a bill, H.R.2810, that the U.S. House of Representatives passed in July, to amend the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Now, the agreed compromise defense authorization plan proposes a $ 700 billion budget for the 2018 fiscal year, but without the creation of a space branch of the military.

Originally, proponents of the USSC saw it as a necessary improvement to modernize or future-proof the military, with space increasingly becoming an important aspect of defense. For one, a space corps could secure U.S. satellites from possible interference, or eventually keep us safe from incoming asteroids. As a more forward-looking measure, a “space corps” could make sure the U.S. stays ready for whatever challenges a broadening space exploration might bring.

Early on, however, the creation of the USSC has met with some reluctance and even outright opposition, particularly from the White House itself and from Pentagon chief Jim Mattis. The creation of a space corps, they argued, would just add an unnecessary level of bureaucracy. Instead of a space corps, the revise bill would simply introduce technical changes in the U.S. Air Force’s existing space programs, according to a report by DefenseNews.

Budget Items

Without a space corps in the pipeline, what does $ 700 billion afford the armed services?

The total budget is split accordingly: some $ 626 billion would go to base defense funding, with a $ 66 billion contingency for overseas operations. The plan also proposes a boost in active-duty and reserve military personnel strength, adding 8,500 new soldiers, 5,000 new sailors, 5,800 new airmen, and 1,000 new active-duty Marines — for a total of some 20,000 new service members. Troops would also get a 2.4 percent pay raise for 2018, which is 0.3 percent higher than what U.S. president Donald Trump proposed. If this is carried over, it would be the largest pay increase for military personnel since 2010, DefenseNews notes.

Apart from these, the bill includes the so-called “Amazon amendment,” which would allow for certain military procurements to be conducted online, potentially making the process simpler and more cost-effective. Speaking of purchases, the plan also suggests buying five more ships than what president Trump’s budget asked for, plus provisions for the Air Force fleet build-up he suggested, and for some new Army helicopters.

The defense plan compromise, which is expected to receive a final full congressional approval from both the House and the Senate in the next couple of weeks, proposes a sizable enough increase in defense spending, which lawmakers have argued to be necessary. However, the $ 700 billion proposed cost has to be reconciled with existing spending caps.

The post Congress Agrees on a $ 700 Billion Defense Deal, Rejects Space Corps appeared first on Futurism.