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We’ve all experienced the frustration of searching around for an electrical outlet to charge a dying device, only to realize that your short charging cable can’t reach far enough. It’s annoying, and it sucks. But with this handy 6-foot long, MFi-Certified charging cable, this scenario becomes a thing of the past.

Compatible with both Android, iOS, and other platforms — with both Lightning and micro USB connections — this cable has you covered no matter where you are or what you need to charge. And for a limited time only, you can get 50% off its regular price tag through Cult of Android Deals.

Concept of Apple's giant tablet.

Concept of Apple’s giant tablet.


Apple fans are eagerly awaiting the announcement of the company’s giant iPad Pro that’s been swimming through the rumor mill for years now, but Samsung is already preparing its answer for the new tablet that will likely be aimed at pros and enterprise use.

Is Samsung planning a super-sized slate? Photo: Samsung

Is Samsung planning a supersized slate? Photo: Samsung

Apple’s larger iPad Pro is right around the corner, according to the rumors, and Samsung is already planning something bigger. According to leaked import documents, the South Korean company is currently testing a prototype device with a giant 18.4-inch display.

NVIDIA wants its Shield back before it catches fire. Photo: NVIDIA

NVIDIA wants its Shield back before it catches fire. Photo: NVIDIA

NVIDIA is recalling all Shield tablets sold between July 2014 and July 2015 due to overheating batteries that could pose a fire hazard. The company has confirmed it will replace all returned tablets, and it asks customers to cease using them after they have backed up their data.

Customers love the Tray Typer so much that they take them home. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Customers love the Tray Typer so much that they take them home. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Using your smartphone while scoffing fast food will leave your shiny display covered in grease and grime, but thanks to KFC, there’s a better way to live-tweet what you’re eating.

The finger-licking chicken giant has designed a paper-thin Bluetooth keyboard called the Tray Typer, which lets you text, tweet, and even get stuff done over dinner without having to touch your smartphone at all.

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