Why does it seem like the only people who call are the robots? Because maybe it's true. Federal Trade Commission (or FTC) reports robocalls are on the rise, in part because it's so easy to make autodialer calls from anywhere in the world. When a colleague said he was receiving 20 robocalls *a day* on his mobile phone, we looked into what he could do to stamp out the annoying mobile calls.
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Some folks might be surprised that they can use their mobile phone for things other than snapping pictures of themselves and their food. Over the last few years, Android and iOS have started to flex legit muscle as gaming platforms as well. We've endeavored to dig up the interesting-looking games in the pipeline for the second half of 2017 that aren't plagued with micro-transactions or annoying ads. Enjoy!
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Set up your league, gather your owners, and prepare for the draft. It's time to play fantasy football. With the best NFL fantasy football sites, you can easily manage your team, draft players, monitor your league's waiver wire, make trades, and follow in real time how your team performs each week.
NFL Fantasy Football FAQSWhat to look for in an NFL fantasy football site? Pick... Read More »
Put away your dice, cards, game board, and game pieces. You can play your favorite board games with friends on your Android phone -- and you don't even need to be sitting around the same table.
Paid Board Games for Android FAQSHow do you play board games on an... Read More »
Jump into tabletop gaming with the best chess, checkers, mahjong, and dominoes board games for Android. Some, including Pokemon Duel, even let you play for free.
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Why watch from the sidelines when you can enter the action yourself, with simulation games? If you were a fan of SimCity on the Mac or any of its spin-offs on various consoles, then you'll love our favorite free simulation games for Android.
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Explode a kitten, attempt to control an unruly empire -- even challenge Finn and Jake to an "Adventure Time" card game. The best Android card games are much more than blackjack and poker.
Paid Card Games for Android FAQSWhere are the paid casino apps? Android's casino apps span Vegas-style games, such as slots, blackjack, poker, roulette, and bingo. Almost all of them, however, are free-to-play, and come... Read More »
From stargazing apps to fitness trackers, the best Android education apps can keep you sharp, fit, and inquisitive. You can learn a foreign -- or programming -- language, read a classic book, or get homework help right on your Android phone.
ANDROID EDUCATION APP FAQSHow do I read e-books on my phone? Apple, Amazon, and Google, among others, offer dedicated e-book stores and reader apps for... Read More »
Gone are the days of shopping demos to labels, cozying up to DJs, and playing open mic nights at your local coffee shop to get your music heard. Today artists can cut out the middleman and reach even wider audiences, just by uploading their music directly to SoundCloud. SoundCloud is a great indie alternative to streaming services, such as Spotify and Apple Music, because you don't need to be signed to a label or attached to... Read More »
Who needs a backpack full of books and papers when you can carry most of your school supplies on your laptop and phone? From Google Docs editors to digital flashcards, handle most classroom tasks right from your mobile device when you return to campus this fall.
And as a student you may qualify for significant discounts on services, from Amazon Prime to Spotify. To qualify, you need to show you're enrolled in a... Read More »
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