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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.

Lightroom for Android is identical to its iOS counterpart. Photo: Adobe

Lightroom for Android is identical to its iOS counterpart. Photo: Adobe

If you need to fix your photos in a flash while you’re out and about, look no further than Adobe Lightroom, which is now available on Android. In addition to fine tuning your images on the fly, it syncs with your existing Lightroom workflow on the desktop to help you become even more efficient out in the field.

Spotify will continue to improve Connect instead. Photo: Spotify

Spotify will continue to improve Connect instead. Photo: Spotify

A notable omission from Google’s list of services that will support Google Cast was Spotify, the biggest music streaming service on the planet. We assumed Spotify support would be added eventually, but the company has now confirmed it will be snubbing Google’s new platform to concentrate on Spotify Connect instead.

Project Tango packs a serious punch. Photo: Google

Project Tango packs a serious punch. Photo: Google

A select group of Android developers have been invited to purchase Project Tango, Google’s superpowered developer tablet that costs a whopping $1,024. Only limited quantities of the device are available, Google says, and only those chosen to receive an invite will be eligible to purchase one.

HTC will build more tablets. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

HTC will build more tablets. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

HTC may have taken a break from building tablets, but it’s back in the game with the new Nexus 9 and it has more up its sleeve for 2015. The Taiwanese company’s North Asia President has promised we’ll see new slates next year, and all of them will be “high-end and mid-tier.”

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