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Walmart+ is the company’s alternative to Amazon Prime, subscriptions cost $98 per year

Walmart is insanely popular in the USA, proudly wearing the tag of being one of the biggest supermarket chains in the country. Now, Walmart is looking to take on Amazon Prime with its own subscription program, Walmart+, offering free deliveries and discounted gas to members who subscribe. Walmart+ goes live for users in the USA on...

Google Store now prices matches in 23 new countries alongside the U.S.

In the U.S., Google will now also consider B&H along with the four existing retailers as per new price matching rules. In the UK, consumers can enjoy similar price matching from retailers such as Argos, Amazon, Currys, and John Lewis. Just like in the U.S., they can also request a credit or refund if the...

Walmart launches new Onn tablets with Android 10 and USB-C

Last year at this time, Walmart launched a duo of affordable Android tablets under the "Onn" brand. Last month, we saw the company was planning to launch two new tablets soon. That time has come as Walmart quietly launched the Onn 10.1 Tablet Pro and Onn 8 Tablet Pro starting at only $99. The Onn series...

Walmart is launching more cheap Onn tablets, this time with Android 10 on board

Over the last couple of years, the Android tablet market has seen a steady decline. Despite the fact that there are several players in the Android ecosystem, Samsung and Huawei were the only major manufacturers offering Android-powered tablets up until last year. This changed when U.S. retail giant Walmart entered the Android tablet space with...

Critical MediaTek rootkit affecting millions of Android devices has been out in the open for months

On the first Monday of every month, Google publishes the Android Security Bulletin, a page that discloses all the security vulnerabilities and their patches submitted by Google themselves or other third-parties. Today was no exception: Google just made public the Android Security Bulletin for March 2020. One of the vulnerabilities that are documented in the...

Walmart’s cheap Android Pie Onn tablets get a TWRP port

Back in May, Walmart launched two ultra-affordable (okay, let's say "cheap") Android tablets. If you don't remember this announcement, you're likely not the only one. The Onn tablets are extremely barebones, but they do come with a keyboard cover accessory and run fairly clean Android 9 Pie builds. Plus, starting at just $64, they're a...

[Update: Available now] Walmart will sell the first Android Pie tablet not from Samsung or Huawei

There are a lot of big names in the Android ecosystem, but not many of them seem to care about tablets these days. Samsung and Huawei are actually the only major manufacturers to release tablets with Android Pie. Another big name is stepping into the ring to change that: Walmart. Details of the Walmart tablet were...

Google Assistant now lets you buy groceries from Walmart, gets integrated into Chrome OS’ app launcher

Google Assistant, since its initial inception in 2016, has become a boon for everyday users. Far from being a glorified chatbot like other assistants out there, the Google Assistant now pulls off amazing things like helping you throughout your day and even going so far as picking up calls for you, with the potential of...

Flipkart to shut down eBay India on August 14 and launch new platform for selling refurbished goods

The top two e-commerce platforms in India are Flipkart and Amazon. Other e-commerce platforms include Snapdeal, eBay India, Paytm Mall, and Tata CLIQ. eBay India was launched nearly fourteen years ago. In April 2017, eBay made a cash investment of $500 million in Flipkart and sold its eBay.in business to the e-commerce giant in exchange...

Walmart set to acquire 73% of Flipkart, Alphabet likely to contribute

Walmart has been struggling to compete with the likes of Amazon in the online space these last few years, but a new acquisition aims to help them in India. For those who don't know, Flipkart was founded in 2007 and has since been valued at $20 billion selling various electronic devices within the country. That...

Walmart Partners with Google Express for Hands-Free Shopping

Walmart has been trying to compete with the likes of Amazon in the online shopping market for a few years now. The company recently tried launching their own version of an Amazon Prime-like service which offered free shipping if the consumer paid an annual fee. They discontinued this project but are still trying to compete...