Just how far can a single dollar bring you these days? Not very far, it seems. However, if one were to search hard enough, one can still find amazing deals for a single dollar. Google Play is one of them, having introduced holiday deals that will include not one or two, but three months of music for a mere $1! In fact, ‘Minecraft: Story Mode’ will cost one a mere 10 cents, now how about that?

It makes perfect sense, really, taking into consideration how many other big digital retailers in the market happen to carry out holiday deals as well. This move by Google would mean that the technology giant would want recipients of new Android-powered smartphones as well as tablets to get used to purchasing items via its storefront right from the get go.

The best deal of the lot is most probably being able to enjoy three months of Google Play Music for just $1, and this particular deal will also include commercial-free videos on YouTube Red in addition to full access to the new YouTube Music app. These deals happen to have gone live already, although one should take note that only customers who are located in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Brazil and Mexico will be able to take advantage of it.

Seen at: engadget  | First article 

LG-logoLG has been rather quiet about developing its very own mobile chipset design for some time already, where the first Nuclun SoC will soon be followed up by – surprise, surprise, the Nuclun 2. This is not the first time that the Nuclun 2 name was brought up, and up till now, there has been no devices that were released with Nuclun 2 at its heart, although that might change with the upcoming V10 successor if rumors prove to be correct.

In other words, the LG V10’s successor will most probably be released some time in the second half of the coming year, which means it will be some time before it ends up as a shipping product. It also remains to be seen whether the Nuclun 3 will hit the streets in the near future, but as with most other cases, patience is definitely called for.

Seen at: gsmarena  | First article