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Share Rides, Save Money, Stay Green. All for Free! Share Fare helps you find people to share rides with based on where you are and where you want to go. Shares can range from 10 block cab rides to cross-country road trips using your…

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    Honor’s latest affordable flagship has an 18:9 display and dual-camera capabilities — for (probably) less than you’d expect.

    Honor’s “X” series of phones has always toed a fine line in terms of hardware, feature set and price point. The Honor 5X was one of the first handsets to bring metal construction and fingerprint recognition to a cheaper price tier. And a year ago, the Honor 6X added a surprisingly competent dual camera rig to the experience.

    As 2017 draws to a close, the Honor 7X makes things even more competitive. The new phone has been soft-announced announced today ahead of Honor’s full launch event on December 5, and assuming it keeps to a price point in line with its predecessors, it could be one of the most compelling sub-€300 phones we’ve seen.

    Starting on the outside, the Honor 7X broadly resembles a mash-up between an Honor 8 Pro and a Huawei Mate 10 Pro. It boasts a new, taller 18:9 aspect ratio, with a 5.93-inch Full HD+ (2160×1080) LCD panel &mdash…

  • [Deal Alert] Samsung Chromebook Pro for $449 and Chromebook Plus for $349 ($100 off)

    There aren’t a lot of really great Chromebooks out there, but Samsung’s recent Chromebook Pro and Plus come close. Excepting the keyboards, each is one of the best devices in its class to have come out in the last year. And, in what looks like some early Black Friday preparation, retailers such as Amazon, B&H, Frys, Best Buy, and even Samsung itself have marked down prices for each. Right now you can pick up the Chromebook Plus for just $349, and the Chromebook Pro for $449.

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  • [Deal Alert] Moto E4 Plus standard/Prime Exclusive variants down to as little as $119.99

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    Several years ago, Opera Software spun off its TV division as a separate company, fittingly named ‘Opera TV.’ While the company was responsible for the various TV ports of the Opera browser, it also developed an entire software platform designed for media players, car head units, and smart TVs – similar to Roku OS and Android TV.

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    This headset features a 5.7-inch OLED 1080p display and runs up to 120 frames per second. The 3D audio technology allows you to pinpoint sounds above, below, and all around you making your experience that much more realistic. The LEDs around the PlayStation VR headset, on the DualShock 4 wireless controller, and the PlayStation Move motion controller are tracked by the PlayStation Camera, capturing your exact natural movement in virtual space.

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    I bet you thought that the madness surrounding Pixel 2 issues had died down, didn’t you? Well, here’s one more tidbit that should make some users of the smaller Pixel happy: Google has said that, having already fixed the NFC clicking problem, an update is coming that will address the faint buzzing that some have heard while on phone calls.

    Orrin, the Pixel User Community Manager, has stated that Google is rolling out a fix in the “coming weeks,” which will be eliminate this buzzing.

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