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Web security training can be pricey, but that’s not so with the White Hat Hacker bundle from Cult of Android Deals. For just $49, you can learn all you need to know about protecting your network from hacking, making your WordPress blog super secure, mastering the Linux command line, and more.

The White Hat Hacker bundle comes with lifetime, unlimited access to more than 40 hours of training across six professional courses that would usually cost you $622 if you purchased them individually. But don’t wait around, because this deal ends later today!

OnePlus is hard at work on something new. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

OnePlus is hard at work on something new. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

OnePlus has promised to deliver a brand new device in April, and it isn’t going to be another smartphone. Company founder Carl Pei says OnePlus will enter a new product category, and he’s left fans guessing which one that might be.

Photo: Samsung

Photo: Samsung

One of the advantages to buying a Samsung smartphone has long been the free “Galaxy Gifts” you get with it, which have included Dropbox storage, a six-month Deezer subscription, and many paid titles or add-on content.

With the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, buyers will get a total of 22 premium apps absolutely free, including VSCO Cam, Fleksy, Parallels Access, and Shazam.

The world's first Android TV built for gaming. Photo: NVIDIA

The world’s first Android TV built for gaming. Photo: NVIDIA

Android-powered games consoles are almost always a big disappointment, but gaming giant NVIDIA is confident it can change that with the Shield console, a $199 set-top box that’s determined to bring you better games.

The One M9 looks just like the One M8 at first glance. Photo: HTC

The One M9 looks just like the One M8 at first glance. Photo: HTC

HTC’s decision not to make more significant design changes to its new One M9 has been met with criticism from fans and critics, but it wasn’t just a lazy move to cut costs.

The Taiwanese company has explained that it wants all One-series smartphones to look familiar so that consumers know exactly what they are from afar. HTC wants a smartphone as recognizable as the iPhone.

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