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The LifeSaver app eliminates your Distracted Driving temptation caused by smartphones. LifeSaver runs in the background and automatically wakes up to quickly lock the phone when driving. LifeSaver enables parents to monitor the driver and provides…

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    Verizon tried its hand at selling an Android Wear smartwatch earlier this year, but the $350 Wear24 was a flop and Verizon quietly pulled it after just four months. Perhaps this smartwatch will be more appealing now at a steep discount. The Wear24 has…

  • Win one of three unlocked Moto X4s from Ting and Android Police [US]

    The Moto X4 is one of the company’s latest midrange phones and an immensely capable device. It isn’t a flagship, but it’s a bit above your standard mid-range expectations. Granted, the $400 cost to grab one makes that abundantly clear, and that price …

  • Google is working on Fuchsia OS support for Apple’s Swift programming language

    Google’s in-development operating system, named ‘Fuchsia,’ first appeared over a year ago. It’s quite different from Android and Chrome OS, as it runs on top of the real-time ‘Magenta’ kernel instead of Linux. According to recent code commits, Google …

  • Intel’s first commercial 5G modem, XMM 8060, is now under development

    Intel is also working on the XMM 7660 for Cat-19 Gigabit LTE speeds up to 1.6 Gbps.

    Qualcomm’s been making huge strides in developing the 5G future lately, but it isn’t the only company committed to this venture. Intel recently announced a couple new chips that it’s currently working on, and the XMM 8060 – it’s first commercial 5G modem – will be shipping out in just a couple of years.

    The XM 8060 is the first addition to Intel’s XMM 8000 series of modems, and it’ll be able to support standalone and non-standalone 5G NR, 4G, 3G/CDMA, and 2G networks. Commerical devices that are based on the XMM 8060 should begin shipping in mid-2019, but as the XMM 8000 series grows, Intel will be able to integrate this power into smartphones, computers, vehicles, etc.

    We won’t see a full deployment of 5G networks until some point in 2020, so while we’re waiting, Intel also announced that its XMM 7660 will be available for use in 2019. The XMM 7660 is a Cat-19 LTE modem, and it’s capab…

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    Anker is best known for making portable battery packs and other charging accessories, but it’s been increasingly dabbling in personal audio. The company ran a Kickstarter for some fancy earbuds a few months ago, but those ones aren’t for sale yet. You…

  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is coming to Android this Wednesday

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  • Get a free Chromecast and Moto X4 when referring people to Project Fi

    The promotion is running through December 17.

    Despite its hardware restrictions and potentially expensive data charges, Project Fi is still one of the most unique service providers around. Google’s been continually adding new features and services since its debut in 2015, and a new promotion lets you grab a free Chromecast and Moto X4 for referring others to join.

    Google launched a referral system for Project Fi last December that allowed you to get credits on your bill when new customers signed up with your referral code, and between now and December 17, you can use that same system for grabbing some new tech.

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  • Anker’s Black Friday deals start today, with sales on chargers, speakers, and more

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    Anker is dropping prices on… well, everything. Today includes deals on chargers, cables, speakers, and a whole bunch of other things. Whatever gear you need, pretty sure you can get a nice chunk off the price today. All Anker products are covered by an 18-month warranty.

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  • Cheap Fitness Trackers You’ve Never Heard Of

    Don’t spend your money on a high-end fitness tracker right off the bat, try out one of these cheap ones instead!

    When it comes to fitness trackers, big names like Fitbit, Garmin, and Jawbone have a real grip on the market. While Fitbit has been in the game a long time and makes a great product, the best Fitbit products cost a lot of money, same goes for big brands like Garmin and Jawbone.

    If you’re looking to try a fitness tracker for the first time, spending hundreds of dollars on a Fitbit or other big brand name may not be the wisest choice. Try before you buy isn’t always realistic; however, if you buy a cheap fitness tracker first, you can see if it will be worth to upgrading to a more expensive brand later. Here are our favorite cheap fitness trackers that you’ve probably never heard about.

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