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The new LG Watch Style Smartwatch for Android and iPhone gets a discount down to 0

Samsung’s new Chromebook Plus goes off in its first discount 0 shipped (Reg. 0) | Amazon

Daily Deals: Moto 2nd Gen Moto 360 Smartwatch from 0, more

Save when you purchase two Google Homes at the Google Store: 9 (8 value)

Philips Hue White/Color Smart Bulb Starter Kit w/ a Google Home Speaker for 9 ( off)

Amazon 1-Day Gaming Accessories Sale: Razer DeathAdder Mouse , MIMO Routers from 0, headsets and more

Apple’s 13-inch 256GB MacBook Air gets a 9 discount, drops to 0 shipped (Reg. ,199)

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Logitech’s best-selling MX Master Wireless Mouse returns to shipped at Amazon and Best Buy


Toffee Cases offers 9to5 readers an exclusive 20% off sitewide discount, releases new Commuter Satchel for MacBooks

Make the move to 4K with this Dell 28-inch Ultra HD Widescreen Monitor for 0 shipped (Reg. 0)


Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0 promises 5 minute charge will deliver 5 hours of power, compatible with new Snapdragon 835

If you pick up an Android smartphone today, odds are it’s running on top of a chipset from Qualcomm. The company’s popular Snapdragon processor lineup has been used on many Android smartphones and tablets for years now, and for good reason. The chips are reliable and perform well, along with bringing compatibility with certain exclusive features. One of those is Qualcomm Quick Charge, one of, if not the most popular charging standard available today. Now, that standard is getting an upgrade.


LeEco announces Le 2, Le 2Pro, and Le Max2, the latest in its affordable but powerful line of ‘superphones’

We’re in China this week to bring coverage of today’s LeEco (previously known as LeTV) event in Beijing at the company’s own LeSports arena. Known in China for its content services and partnerships and more recently for its TVs, smartphones, Bluetooth speakers, and other hardware, the Chinese conglomerate is growing quickly in a smartphone market that’s constantly driving quality up and prices down. Now, the company has announced its next phones, the Le2, Le 2Pro, and Le Max2…


D-Link’s smart plugs are now supported by Google Home/Google Assistant

Smart plugs are one of my favorite types of smart home accessories, but there are dozens of great options out there and quite a lot of them aren’t supported by Google Assistant yet. Today, though, one of the more popular brands offering smart plugs is getting Assistant support — D-Link.


Hands on: Mophie Juice Pack battery case for the Google Pixel XL

Despite being a rather popular Android smartphone, there aren’t as many great cases available for the Google Pixel as there are for the Galaxy S8 or LG G6. Although late to the game, Mophie has finally released a version of its Juice Pack battery cases for the Pixel XL. The Juice Pack does add a bit of thickness to the handset but it also almost doubles its battery life and adds wireless charging.

But is it worth the pricetag?


Google Maps on the web adds notifications for Local Guides users

With YouTube now providing alerts through the browser for new videos from subscriptions, Google Maps is the latest service to gain notifications on the web. The option is seemingly only appearing for members of the Local Guides program for now, but hopefully will expand to other users in the future…


Sketchy Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Plus case leak suggests very little design change from S6

With only a couple of months (or possibly weeks) left until Samsung reveals its Galaxy S lineup for 2016, a bunch of cases for the unreleased phone have shown up online. Some cheap cases now on sale from DHGate.com allegedly fit the S7 and S7 Plus…


Google-owned Boston Dynamics shows off the ‘next generation’ of its Atlas robot

Google’s Boston Dynamics company, the people behind previous terrifying yet amazing robot videos, has today shared a glimpse at what it is calling the “next generation” of its Atlas robot. The new generation of Atlas is designed to operate both indoors and outdoors, the company says, and weighs a solid 180 pounds.