From the Cheapskate: That's even cheaper than the last time I wrote about this killer travel accessory.
The communications giant, which also owns AOL, is named as the likely buyer of Yahoo, according to Bloomberg. The price: about $5 billion.
The phone is destined for South Korea for now, with no mention of other markets yet.
The rumour mill's at work with speculation that Apple is negotiating the purchase of music streaming service Tidal.
Planning on crowdfunding a pair of hamburger earmuffs or those fancy neon hover boots? Be warned: PayPal won't back your purchase if the campaign falls through.
Are they just not really that into vinyl or music?
In a result that should shock approximately zero people, the younger buyers get, the more likely they are to trust self-driving cars and similar tech.
The Audiophiliac takes you through the process.
Now up for preorder, the 500 gigabyte bundle costs $299, while the 1 terabyte edition will set you back $349.
American customers now have the option to spread the cost of OnePlus phones out over 6, 12, and 18 months.