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Waze design makeover seeks to spark the joy of driving

The Waze driver app aims to spark joy for commuting in a brand refresh for simplicity, consistency, and color.

Apple Maps’ new EV feature aims to eliminate range anxiety

iPhone-owning cyclists can also look forward to some new features

The best CarPlay apps

Your driving commute doesn't have to be a drag. We've compiled a list of the best CarPlay apps for the iPhone.

This is what professional drivers are using to race remotely during lockdown

We talked to an NHRA drag racer to get a peek at a pro-level virtual racing rig

Digital Trends Live: Workers may strike, HQ Trivia is back, SpaceX delivers

On this Digital Trends Live, we talk the top tech stories, including HQ Trivia and SpaceX’s lunar deliveries.

Drivers needed. Sort of: Einride wants remote pilots for its driverless pods

Drivers for driverless pods? It sounds crazy, but this autonomous freight company says it's the future.

Tesla’s Autopilot is in the hot seat again over driver misuse

National Transportation Safety Board says electric car maker needs to do more

This robot will change your tires in a fraction of the time a mechanic can

Coming soon to an auto repair shop near you. At least, if RoboTire has anything to say about it

Uber and Lyft face a cheaper ridesharing rival in New York City

Myle will attempt to take on its established rivals with cheaper fares, no surge pricing, and no hidden costs.

Uber’s new dial-a-cab feature is basically just an old-school taxi service

Uber introduced a new feature that basically turns the rideshare process into a taxi service for older adults.

Researchers create ears for cars to improve road safety

Researchers in Germany have developed tech that enables vehicles to understand and respond to nearby noises.

LAFD to go electric with first battery-powered fire truck in U.S.

LAFD chief Ralph Terrazas has already tested it out by "doing donuts in the parking lot at Dodger Stadium."

How Google Maps put turn-by-turn navigation in your pocket

Google Maps celebrates its 15th birthday. Here's how it changed history by putting navigation in your pocket.

iPhone, Apple Watch may function as car keys after iOS 13.4 update

An API found in the first iOS 13.4 beta suggests the new feature is coming

How does Getaround work?

Getaround can be a good alternative to renting, and a great way to monetize your car while it's not needed.

Get off the sidewalk! Lime’s new scooter aims to make you ride on the road

Lime is testing a novel way to gently persuade its riders to stick to the street and stay off the sidewalk.

New Apple self-driving car patent could turn Siri into your personal chauffeur

Apple wants to patent new technology that would let you use voice commands to control your self-driving car.

Toyota eyes the skies with $394M boost for flying-taxi maker Joby

Toyota has shown it's serious about flying taxis with a $394 million investment in California-based Joby Aviation, which is working on an all-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft.

The coolest products Samsung showed off at CES: Ballie, Neon, and lots of TVs

Samsung showed off some new and groundbreaking tech at CES. In case you missed all the cool things announced, here is our roundup of all the Samsung tech that impressed us the most.

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Honor 30 Pro Plus review: Forget the Huawei P40, buy this instead (if you can)

Honor's best phone to date improves on the vanilla Huawei P40, but is as tricky to recommend as it is

This $12 magnetic phone holder is also a seat belt cutter and glass breaker

We’ve seen our fair share of car mounts and docks over the years with various features and design choices. And as much as they’re each unique, they’re all pretty much the same, too. It’s kind of hard to make a phone holder sexy or compelling, right? Well, the Stinger might have something to say about that.A one-of-a-kind patented product, the Stinger is not just a magnetic phone mount that clips into your air vent. No, it’s an emergency tool that could save a life some day.Priced just $11.99 and available in three colors, it can be used as a seat belt cutter or a glass breaker. Should you find yourself in an unfortunate situation where you need to cut a seat belt to get someone out of a car, or break a window to get into one, Stinger is what you’ll reach for.Stinger FeaturesMagnetically holds phone in place (adhesive metal plate has to be attached to your phone before use)Swivels to securely attach to car air vent mountAutomatically deploys when pressed against a windowRazor-sharp blade for easily cutting through a seat beltBuy Yours Now!Visit our Deals Store today and purchase your Stinger in red, black, or white! Be sure to grab it while it’s on sale for just $11.99 and save 40% on yours.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Boost Mobile adds LG Tribute Monarch, Samsung Galaxy A21 to lineup

Boost Mobile this week announced a handful of new phones as part of its portfolio, starting with a pair from LG and Samsung. The LG Tribute Monarch and Samsung Galaxy A21 are immediately available, giving customers a little something at the entry level and middle of the pack, respectively.LG Tribute MonarchPriced just $69.99 at launch, the LG Tribute Monarch offers up a 5.7-inch HD display, a super-wide (120 degrees) rear camera, and a 2,890mAh battery.Diving a bit deeper into the specifications, the display has a cutout notch for the front-facing 5-megapixel camera. As for the rear, there is a 13-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel shooter.Powered by Android 10, the Tribute Monarch has a 2.0GHz octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB storage. A microSD card allows for up to 32GB of external media.According to Boost, consumers who make the switch to the carrier in the coming weeks can pick up the LG Tribute Monarch in-store for free. Further, current Boost customers will also be able to save; the new smartphone will be just $49.99 for upgrades.Samsung Galaxy A21A little bit bigger and more robust in nearly all aspects, the Samsung Galaxy A21 arrives with an introductory price of just $199.99. It will ultimately list for $249.99, however it’s not clear as to when.Features here include a 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-O display, a quad-camera array, and a generous 4,000mAh battery.As an Android 10 device, the Galaxy A21 provides the latest in Google’s software and combines it with some of Samsung’s best hardware.The camera configuration consists of a 16-megapixel main, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, 2-megapixel macro, and 2-megapixel depth sensors.Samsung Galaxy A11Look for the Samsung Galaxy A11 to arrive on July, bringing with it an entry-level experience that’s priced just $129.99 for a limited time.Key features for the phone include a 6.4-inch HD+ Infinity-O display, a triple-camera system, and a 4,000mAh battery.

Become your company’s Big Data hero with this $40 online training bundle

Whether you realize it or not, Big Data is a big deal. Big Data, in short, is a data set so complex and massive that your standard data-processing software is not capable of processing or handling it. We’re not talking about basic spreadsheets and docs.Think in terms of the content stored on Facebook’s servers or the information Google gathers from smartphones and you’ll understand its scope.Big Data has increasingly become a big business in today’s enterprise world, and it has created great career opportunities in the process. Whether you are an aspiring data scientist, IT expert, or someone looking to change career paths, there’s plenty of room. Don't Miss How to create and share WhatsApp QR code for groups Let's Go! Visit the AndroidGuys Deals Store and you’ll see The Complete Big Data & Power BI Bundle, a complete training guide designed to help you elbow your way into the space.IncludesPower BI: Beginners Guide to Analyzing Data & Creating Beautiful DashboardsPower Pivot, Power Query & DAX in Excel: Analyze Data at Scale with These Advanced Excel FunctionsAdvanced Excel 2019: Delve Into High-Level Consolidation, Analysis & Financial ReportingAccess 2019 – Beginners: Start Your Database Journey by Learning the Fundamentals of MS Access 2019Access 2019 – Advanced: The Next Step to Supercharge Your Microsoft Access & Data Analysis SkillsWith more than 250 lessons over five courses, it touches on all things Power BI, Excel, and Access. These are the key apps in the Big Data universe and you’ll need to know them. Fortunately, you’ll come out of the training not only knowing them, but a master. What’s more, you will get certification of completion, too. Show those to your boss and negotiate a raise.The entire bundle is yours for just $39.99, or a fraction of it’s normal value. Worth upwards of $500 we’re offering our readers a massive 90% discount.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.