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This huge one-day sale has all the Anker charging accessories you’ll need

Always. Be. Chargin’.

As part of its deals of the day, Amazon is offering an assortment of Anker’s popular charging accessories with savings of up to 50%, dropping some products down to only $ 7. We’ve featured Anker accessories plenty of times in the past, and there’s a reason for it. The quality far surpasses what you may expect for the price, and the gear is durable, looks good, and always works well. Whether you are looking  [Read More…]

This $41 bundle is all the training you’ll ever need to build websites from scratch

It’s no secret that having a website is an important factor to success for personal brands or companies. It’s nearly impossible to compete without some form of online presence. And, while the tools are better than ever for creating a website with no experience, there’s nothing like a good, solid education.

To be sure, there are more than a couple of drag-and-drop website builders floating around, and it is fairly easy to get started. However, this doesn’t do anything to  [Read More…]

Pick up a $25 Starbucks eGift Card at Amazon and you’ll get $5 back

I’ll take a triple grande two-pump mocha, please.

Amazon is offering a $ 5 promo credit when you purchase a Starbucks eGift Card worth at least $ 25 and use code SBUX during checkout. The promotional credit will be automatically applied within three days of your purchase, and it’ll expire on February 15th, 2019. There’s a limit of one coupon use per account for this deal.

Make your gift card stretch even more by stacking it with  [Read More…]

You’ll regret it if you miss out on this $11 mini Anker portable charger

Sound the alarm.

As a deal hunter, every so often, a discount comes around that makes me text my friends and family. Of course, every price drop on Thrifter is one I’d recommend, but I’m talking about the deals that make me whip out my phone and text the group chat a bunch of 🚨 🚨 🚨 🚨 🚨 emoji. The deals that I buy immediately after posting. The deals that are such an obvious purchase to  [Read More…]

Gallium nitride is the most important charging innovation you’ll never see

It’s always been “better” but too expensive for consumer electronics — until now.

You don’t need to know about a FET or what a bandgap is, but the company that makes the gadgets you buy does. And it’s all on the verge of a big change for the better — in ways we will see, like safer, more efficient, and smaller high-power chargers — because of a chemical compound called Gallium nitride.

Back on October 25, Anker  [Read More…]

These Pixel 2 cases are so thin, you’ll forget they’re there

Cases can be bulky, boring, and ugly, so I can understand why so many choose to go naked and show off their phone’s full glory for the world to see. Even the thinnest of cases can offer some small protection from scuffs, chips, and smaller tumbles, and these ultra-thin cases for the Google Pixel 2 are so thin, you may even forget you’re wearing a case!

Like totally awesome Totallee Case

While it looks too thin  [Read More…]

You’ll soon be able to talk to your Google Home in Hindi

You’ll be able to seamlessly switch between English and Hindi when conversing with your Google Home.

Google introduced the Google Home and Google Home Mini in India a few months ago, and while the smart speaker didn’t have a lot in the way of features when it launched in the country, that’s set to change soon. At the latest Google for India event, Google has announced that the smart speaker will pick up Hindi support shortly.

Google  [Read More…]

Android P features you’ll love: App Actions

App Actions can let our phones and other devices help us do something instead of just telling us how we could do it.

App Actions are a new set of tools that allows a developer to interact with Google Assistant, your phone’s Launcher (Home app), the Play Store, and other Google products like Search.

Google has always tried to help point us at the right thing or place with products like Search and Maps. App Actions take  [Read More…]

Android P features you’ll love: Restricted apps to save you battery life

Android P will help you make apps that don’t behave stop sucking down your battery by putting them on restriction.

We all have different wants and needs about what our phone can do for us, but we all have one thing in common, too: we want our battery to last longer. Whether you get more than a day from a phone like the ASUS Zenfone Max and its 5,000mAh battery or you barely make it through the  [Read More…]

How to set up Android Auto on your phone so you’ll actually use it

PSA: Keep your focus on the road and off your phone.

When Google first announced Android Auto, it was a fairly basic app that let you connect and display a limited amount of information from your phone to your car via a wired connection to an aftermarket in-dash display head unit. Automakers eventually supported the platform as more cars included touch displays in their interface, but unless you’re driving a newer model car from 2016 on there’s  [Read More…]