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Snag the FRESHeBUDS Pro magnetic wireless earbuds for $29.99

Wireless earbuds have become quite popular as of late, especially now that select phone makers have decided to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from their devices.Up for your consideration today are the FRESHeBUDS Pro, a set of Bluetooth, weather resistant earbuds on sale to the sweet tune of $29.99.As the Pro model, these fare well in practically any outdoor activity, even those near and around water.  Magnetically held together, they pair to your smartphone once you pull the earbuds apart.FeaturesSweat and water resistantUnrivaled sound quality for compact sizeBattery lasts up to 10 hoursFully charges in 90 minutesConnects to your smartphone as soon as you pull apart the earbudsAnswer calls straight from the earbuds w/ a built-in microphoneComfortably lightweight and secure in your earsTurn off when placed together, turn on when pulled apartNot only are these lightweight and comfortable to wear for listening to music, they can also make and receive calls. Additionally, you’ve got physical volume buttons to control audio levels, too.Where to BuyThe FRESHeBUDS are available as part of a big sale which sees them discounted all the way down to $29.99 in the AndroidGuys Deals Store. Head there now and pick up a pair and you’ll have something awesome to use for your next playlist or podcast.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.

Samsung offers $400 discount on its artsy ‘The Frame’ TV

When tuned properly, a good TV can offer a window into another world. Samsung knew this when putting together its

CNBC: GoPro is putting itself up for sale

Hot on the heels that GoPro is firing up to 300 people and pulling out of the drone business is

Steam Autumn Sale cuts prices on ‘Shadow of War’ and ‘Evil Within 2’

It's time for Steam's annual Autumn Sale -- and as is often the case, there are deals on major games

HTC’s ‘Green is Good’ promotion kicks off a week of steep discounts

HTC's second annual Green is Good sale has steep discounts in store beginning October 2 until October 8, starting with the HTC U11, HTC U Ultra, HTC Bolt, UA Healthbox, and related accessories.The post HTC’s ‘Green is Good’ promotion kicks off a week of steep discounts appeared first on Digital Trends.

Google cuts up to $200 off its Pixel phones

Google's Pixel phone has been on the market for a while now, but it's still one of the best handsets

Amazon’s Treasure Truck of deals is going on tour

Who doesn't like a deal? Amazon is pretty sure everyone does, so it's taking its retail presence on the road

Dabble in the murderous world of ‘Hitman’ for free

Since it was announced that publisher Square Enix was selling off Hitman developer IO Interactive, the studio's fate has been

Buyer snags Apple I at a ‘discount’ price because of its memory modifications

An Apple I has been sold for several hundred thousand dollars, but it did not quite reach the dizzying heights of its contemporaries, as it was modified from the original design to give it more memory.The post Buyer snags Apple I at a ‘discount’ price because of its memory modifications appeared first on Digital Trends.

Sony’s new PS4 Slim is 1TB, gold and $249

Ahead of E3 (it starts this weekend, mind you) Sony has announced it's cut the price of the PlayStation 4,

HTC has already cut the disappointing U Ultra’s price

HTC isn't having the greatest time between its financial struggles, departing leaders and scaled-back plans, and that's manifesting in its

Teenage paranormal thriller ‘Oxenfree’ now fits in your pocket

Spooky adventure game Oxenfree has made its way to mobile. Developer Night School's sidescrolling tale debuted on PC and Xbox

Amazon plans a big digital-only sale for December 30th

You can call Amazon's Prime Day an excuse to clear out slow-moving products, but there's no question that it was

Xbox One is $50 less through Christmas Eve

Microsoft is following Sony's lead and temporarily dropping the price on the Xbox One for the holiday season. Now through

Sony revives its $50 PS4 price drop for two weeks

Disheartened that you missed out on a price-cut PlayStation 4 around Black Friday? You're about to get a second

Blu’s Vivo 6 comes to the UK for £185 on Black Friday

US phone maker Blu (Bold Like Us) has produced a number of feature-rich yet affordable Android handsets over the years,

Steam’s first game awards are chosen by you

Valve doesn't want to leave game awards to others any more. The gaming giant is introducing its first-ever Steam Awards,

Nintendo offers rare discounts on 3DS and Wii U games

Nintendo isn't known for running many sales on its games (you're more likely to see sales on devices), but it's

Original Xbox One sale drops the UK price to £180

When the first Xbox One S bundles hit the UK in late September, they were so aggressively priced that the

Twitter could rescue Vine through a sale

When Twitter decided to kill Vine, there was a common reaction: why didn't the company just sell its looping video

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Motorola Phone Buyer’s Guide (Fall 2020)

When it comes to phones, Motorola is no doubt a familiar name to all. It’s the brand behind the iconic Razr phone of the mid 2000’s as well as the Droid line that helped take Android to the stratosphere. It’s also the company with a lot of “firsts” in the mobile space.If you’ve ever looked at the phone market and found yourself confused by the numerous Motorola brands and models, you’d not be alone. Motorola has its fair share of product lines and devices.It may feel challenging to try to make sense of everything, but it’s not quite as bad as it seems. Here, we’ll help you get an understanding as to what Motorola offers consumers in fall of 2020.Moto EFirst introduced back in 2014, this is the durable, low-cost experience geared toward first-time smartphone buyers. Moreover, it’s a great way to buy an affordable unlocked phone that works with a variety of wireless service providers.The Moto E line is often sold through prepaid and MVNO carriers; it’s also popular in emerging markets. It is currently in its seventh generation.Moto GMoving up a notch, the Moto G line is more robust and features hardware that’s mid-range and just short of what might be considered a “flagship” experience.The Moto G family of phones, now in its eighth cycle, is split into slightly different versions, with each catering to a slightly different user type.The Moto G Power, for instance, is big on battery, touting three days of usage per charge. The Moto G Stylus, for its part, comes with a removable stylus for jotting down notes.You’ll find different versions of the Moto G series at a variety of carriers, including post-paid and prepaid.Motorola OneThe Motorola One is where the phone maker starts putting forward some of the more interesting technology and higher-end hardware.Like the Moto G, this line of phones is split into a number of options, each a little different from the next. The materials used in these devices is a bit more premium and the phones are definitely more stylish.It’s not just the physical stuff, either. Motorola has added some AI smarts and custom touches to take advantage of that cool hardware. All the while keeping things user-friendly and a software experience that’s about as clean as it comes.The current Motorola One lineup includes the One Fusion+, One 5G, One Hyper, One Action, and One Zoom. Although they are not widely available with carrier partnerships, they can be easily purchased through Motorola and online retailers.Motorola EdgeThe true flagship in Motorola’s armada, the Motorola Edge and its sibling, the Motorola Edge+ are the brand’s all-around best devices. The latter of which offers up a generally more robust hardware suite.The Motorola Edge models are constructed using an anodized aluminum frame and feature spacious screens with curved edges and hole-punch cutouts for front-facing cameras. Motorola includes some custom software to take advantage of the edges, giving users quick access to notifications, apps, shortcuts, and more.One noteworthy detail as it pertains to the Motorola Edge+ is that it’s only available through Verizon. To that end, it does support the carrier’s Ultra Wideband 5G network.Motorola RazrThe folding phone is back. Indeed, this is a 2020 approach to the clam shell device that was all the rage about 15 years back. The Motorola Razr maintains the look and feel of the classic phone, but this time it’s Android running the show.The exterior has a Quick View display for notifications, at-a-glance GPS turn-by-turn, music control, and more. Opened up, there’s a 6.2-inch display and the same Motorola and Google experience you’ve come to appreciate.In terms of true power, this is more of a mid-range phone so you’re paying for the aesthetics and convenience of its design. The first generation was exclusive to Verizon, but an unlocked 2nd-geneation (2020) version is on the way.Where to BuyAs indicated above, you’ll find various versions of the Motorola portfolio at wireless carriers and retailers. You may find the occasional one-off name or exclusive model, but they’ll still fit with the breakdown we’ve created.Here are a number of places to look for buying Motorola phones.Quick LinksVerizonAT&TT-MobileAmazonBest BuyB&H Photo VideoWalmartTargetMotorola

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is better than ever before, so we’ve given it a new review score

Samsung has delivered a series of software updates to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra that have made it even better than before, and it has changed our review score.

Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 GPS now available

Mobvoi on Thursday announced that its newest wearable, the TicWatch Pro 3, is now available to purchase. Offered through its website and Amazon, the $299 Wear OS-based device promises up to three days of usage per charge.The TicWatch Pro 3 is the first Wear OS smartwatch to employ the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 processor. This means faster app launching, smoother multi-functioning, and better overall performance.Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 Features454 x 454 display1GB RAM8GB storageQualcomm Snapdragon 4100 processorNFC (Google Pay)595mAh batteryGPS, Heart Rate Sensor, BarometerMic/Speaker22mm watch strapsKey features in the wearable include Dual-display 2.0 with Smart Mode and Essential Mode, giving users the ability to toggle between the 1.4-inch AMOLD Retina screen and an always-on display. Smart Mode provides up to 72 hours of usage while Essential Mode allows for up to 45 days of battery life.Mobvoi has introduced a number of features for the TicWatch Pro 3, including TicOxygen, TicZen, TicBreathe, and TicHearing. These join the previously available TicHealth, TicMotion, TicExercise and TicSleep functions.New Mobvoi AppsTicOxgen: will monitor blood oxygen saturation. The app starts tracking as you start your day and gives you an indicator of your overall health.TicZen: monitors stress by analyzing the Standard Deviation of NN intervals (SDNN), the key indicator of Heart Rate Variability (HRV). It uses TicBreathe to bring your stress levels down to normal.TicBreathe: helps improve heart-rate level and stress through scientific breathing methods and monitors your heart rate changes through algorithms based on their stress condition.TicHearing: measures environmental noise between 30dB to 120 dB and determines whether it’s safe for your hearing organs and nervous system to be in the areaThe TicWatch Pro 3 comes in a Shadow Black color and is made from stainless steel and high-strength nylon plus glass fiber. At 47mm in diameter and 12.mm thickness, it is lighter than its predecessors.Mobvoi includes a black interchangeable 22mm silicone watch strap with orange stitching, giving consumers an option for working out.Learn more about the TicWatch Pro 3 at Mobvoi’s website where it’s also available to purchase. You can also find it at Amazon, too.