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Deal: Get $100 in Project Fi credit with Moto X4 Android One purchase


Back in September, Google revealed that the Android One edition of the Motorola Moto X4 would join the list of its official Project Fi-compatible smartphones. At the time, that made the phone the most affordable of all the phones that would work on Google’s mobile network, with a price of $ 399. Now, Google is giving buyers an additional incentive as part of its Black Friday sales efforts. It will give Moto X4 buyers on Project Fi a $ 100 credit on the network.

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From now until November 30, if you decide to purchase the Android One Moto X4 from Project Fi, a service credit of $ 100 will be applied to your Fi account after the device has been activated. The credit is supposed to be put in place within 30 days of the Moto X4 shipping, and the phone must also remain active on the network for 30 days.

As a reminder, the Android One Moto X4 current runs on Android Nougat 7.1.1 out of the box, but because it is part of the Android One program, it’s likely to get an update to Android 8.0 Oreo in the very near future. The phone includes a 5.2-inch 1080p IPS LCD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, with a microSD card slot to add even more storage. It also has a dual rear camera setup with a main 12 MP sensor, and an 8 MP secondary sensor, along with a single 16 MP front-facing camera.

Interested? Click the link below to get the discount.

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Crowdfunding project of the week: LAER laptop sleeve keeps all your devices charged


It’s Sunday and this means we are ready to bring you another ‘Crowdfunding project of the week’, where we highlight some of the hottest tech coming from sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. There’s no time to waste, so let’s jump right in.

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Keeping devices alive has become one of our biggest worries. This is exactly why I don’t mind carrying horrifyingly bulky battery cases or packs around. ARROE has something else in mind, though. They want to turn your laptop sleeve into the ultimate charging hub.

LAER not only protects your laptop from the daily dangers of being carried around. It will also keep all your devices alive with the integrated battery and set of ports made to support every gadget out there. It has USB Type-A and USB Type-C ports, not to mention Qi wireless charging. Yes! You can just place your Qi-compatible device on top of a circular charging area and begin juicing up.

Travel a bunch? No problem. Make sure to keep a charge with the included outlet adapters. It even has Bluetooth, which makes it possible to control it with an app. And TrackR support will help you keep more peace of mind when in fear of loss or theft. The package is as complete as it can get and we can’t help but recommend it. Just keep in mind you will have to wait a bit until its March 2018 estimated shipping window.

Those interested can sign up for as little as $ 100, which seems like a reasonable price for all you get. This package will only get you a 5,000 mAh battery, though. If you want a secondary 20,000 mAh pack you will have to pay at least $ 140. Who is signing up?

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Crowdfunding project of the week: Vintage Vinyl Bluetooth Speaker


Welcome to our ‘Crowdfunding project of the week’, where we highlight some of the coolest gadgets coming from sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. You can’t be browsing through hundreds of campaigns, so we do all the hard work for you. Let’s jump right into this weeks featured project!

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Are you a vinyl fan? We know plenty of audiophiles are all about it. Today’s speaker will represent your love for records while giving any room an awesome vintage touch. In essence, this is simply a Bluetooth speaker; it is its design and materials that make it special. An actual vinyl is shaped to look like a horn loudspeaker, while the rest of the body highly resembles a classic gramophone.

Where things get fun is in customization. You can choose the album, as well as the label. Pledging $ 195 will get you a speaker made with an album representative of your genre of choice. Options include 60s Rock, 70s Rock, The 80s, Disco, Jazz and more. Pledge $ 205 and you get to create your own custom label or design the album artwork. You can even submit your own favorite album to be built into the speaker. If you don’t have it, pledge $ 250 and the team will find it for you.

It is not the cheapest Bluetooth speaker around, but you are buying more than just a speaker. This will be a representation of musical history and your own taste. Are any of you signing up?

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Crowdfunding project of the week: Long is a 36,000 mAh battery pack that isn’t huge


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Crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo have tech geeks spending money left and right on cool gadgets. This is because there is so much creativity in the industry, but financial limitations could keep smaller companies under the radar. Big players are no longer the only ones bringing the goods and we know there are great crowdfunding projects out there, but there are also some we could live without.

This is why we have created the ‘Crowdfunding project of the week’ series, where we feature the coolest of the bunch. Today we are taking a look at a portable battery pack named Long. Shall we jump right into the details?

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We have seen plenty of portable battery packs, right? All sizes and prices. So, what is it that makes Long special? Let’s start with its capabilities: this thing has 36,000 mAh of juice inside. To put that into perspective, a Samsung Galaxy S7 has a 3,000 mAh battery.

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I have used such large batteries in the past. My favorite happens to be the LUXA2 P-MEGA, which has a 41,600 mAh battery inside. The only thing is that Luxa2’s battery is huge. It literally looks like it could be one of those compact PC towers. In comparison, the Long battery pack is still larger than what most of us are used to, yet portable and much thinner than previous competitors.

The inventors say this thing will offer “a few days” of charging, which is completely believable. And don’t think it can only handle smartphones and tablets. The Long protable charger is actually designed to power up laptops and other larger devices.

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The surprises don’t end there. Wait until you hear this – the darn thing is going to be free. The guys at Long are hoping this will be a distribution item, as opposed to a retail product you can just go and buy. This means that, if all goes according to plan, some laptops will probably come with one of these.

But of course, this is a crowdfunding campaign, so there is a price right now. You can get a Long battery pack for as low as $ 40, which is really a steal for what you are getting. Their $ 10,000 goal is not close to being met yet, but the Indiegogo campaign is new and still has 2 months to go. Will you be signing up?

Check out Long on Indiegogo

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Kickstarter project of the week: Pocket is a wallet and a portable battery pack


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Kickstarter is teeming with innovation, but it’s also drowning in a bunch of experimental products that won’t really take off or improve your life. This is why we created the ‘Kickstarter project of the week’ series, where we hand pick the best projects we see hitting the popular funding website.

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So, which is the lucky winner this weekend? I came across this nifty little gadget that is named Pocket. This accessory only does a couple things, but it does them very well. In a nutshell, it is a wallet that doubles as a battery pack.

As a wallet, it is actually quite a nifty product. It is thinner, made of plastic and seems to be quite resistant, but it is also helpful. The spring-loaded card slot fits 6 cards, and another one can be placed on the outside (good for NFC payments). On the other side we will also find a band for conveniently storing bills.

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Now, what about that battery part? Packed inside this little gadget is a 1300 mAh battery. And you won’t be needing to carry any extra cables here. The Pocket comes with a couple charging cables integrated. One has a microUSB tip, while the other sticks to Apple’s Lightning connector.

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1300 mAh is arguably a small amount of juice, but we must consider this unit is super small. Plus, it will never really get in the way. There wouldn’t be a need to remember putting it in your bag or think about it, so you won’t even feel like you re carrying anything extra. It’s always with you! Considering all this, 1300 mAh is nothing to scoff at. It just can’t really give you a full charge on an average smartphone.

Interested? You will need to back this project with at least $ 75 to get your hands on one. This is a good discount over the expected $ 99 retail price, right? There were cheaper offers available to early backers, but those are gone now.

Back the Phorce Pocket on Kickstarter

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New Samsung patent could be further proof of Project Valley, a rumored foldable device


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A couple of weeks ago, we covered a story on Samsung’s rumored Project Valley, a purported foldable device rumored to be in development behind closed doors. As the rumor went, the project was not a sure-fire candidate for release, and may be scrapped at any time. Today, we have a new patent filing with the USPTO and the schematic looks surprisingly like what one might expect from such a device, apparently a Galaxy Note variant given other pictures’ inclusion of a stylus.

The device described in the patent has two screens and a body that folds in half, and comes across as a design not unlike that which Toshiba used for its final/most-recent Libretto, NEC used for its Medius W, and Sony experimented with for the Tablet P.

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It’s important to note that a patent filing doesn’t mean anything more than a desire to protect an idea or design that has been created. There is no guarantee this will end up in stores, of even behind the scenes. At the same time, given the rumor from last week, it would certainly seem possible that Samsung is working on a foldable tablet of sorts, at least behind the scenes, and this design more or less represents that.

Would you be interested in the prospects of such a device? Does it actually add anything unique that hasn’t been done before?

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ATAP’s Project Abacus aims to eliminate passwords from our lives


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Following the incredibly futuristic announcements of Project Soli, Vault and Jacquard, Google’s ATAP team had yet another crazy announcement at its presentation earlier today at Google I/O. This next endeavor goes by the name of Project Abacus, and it aims to eliminate passwords for good by looking at the way you type, walk, talk and a variety of other signals. By confirming that you are in fact the one holding your smartphone or sitting at your computer by means of the aforementioned signals, Project Abacus would like to get rid of passwords altogether, and use the data collected about you as sufficient verification.

During the presentation earlier today, head of ATAP Regina Dugan explained that previously, research completed by academic institutions had a difficult time creating a system that was as secure as even a four-digit PIN code. So, Google partnered with multiple universities, along with 25 experts from separate institutions to take part in a 90-day research period in hopes to improve these numbers. With the help of 1,500 participants overall, Google has improved the system so much that it’s now apparently 10x more secure than fingerprint systems.

The whole system is based on a trust score, of which the highest scores are needed to access something like a mobile banking application, and the lowest scores would still get you access to a game. If the phone falls into the wrong hands, though, the device should be able to recognize that it’s not you, and ask for the users password, just like it currently does.

ATAP has certainly made huge improvements in this security field, but unfortunately it might be awhile until we see this tech make its way to the real world.

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