DEAL: Buy Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro, Get Free U Flex Headphones ($80 Value)

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Samsung is already days into their “12 days of joy” promo that showcases handfuls of new deals every day up until Xmas. We haven’t seen any great ones just yet, but today they are hosting a deal for the Gear Fit2 Pro, their new fitness tracker, that gets you a free pair of U Flex headphones with purchase. The Gear Fit2 Pro costs $199 and the U Flex headphones cost $80, so with this deal, you’ll pay just $199 and get the $80 headphones for free. ...

HQ Trivia Teases Android Launch for Holidays

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HQ Trivia, the app apparently no iPhone owner can shut up about, is headed to Android this holiday season. In a tweet sent out from the official HQ Trivia account, the Android app will be a stocking stuffer, meaning we should expect it around Christmas time, though, no official date was provided. Now, you may be asking, WTF is HQ Trivia? Well, it’s an online live trivia show that people access via this app, created by the founders of Vine. If you’re quick enough, you can ...

Instagram Adds New Stories Highlights Section Right to Your Profile

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Instagram introduced two new features for its oh-so-popular photo sharing app this week — Stories Highlights and Stories Archive. Stories Highlights is the big new feature, which is a new part of your actual profile that others see. In this space, you can highlight Stories that you’d like others to have easy access to. Basically, if you use Stories a lot, you can make compilation Stories from past videos you have shared. For example, if you want to highlight all of the neighborhood dogs you love, ...

First Fitbit OS update on Ionic adds new apps, more than 100 watch faces, and more

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Fitbit is rolling out the first update to Fitbit OS since launching it on the Ionic two months back. The launch software was pretty bare bones, but the new version brings a ton of new apps and watch faces, along with performance improvements. Here's the changelog for the new update. New apps from popular brands (including The New York Times, Uber, Yelp, and more) and developers across a variety of categories, such as Food & Drink, Games, Health & Fitness, Home and IOT, News, and Travel & ...

Google’s Files Go App Now Available Globally for Anyone Running Lollipop or Higher

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In early November, Google launched a file management app in beta called Files Go. Today, the app launches globally for any Android devices running Lollipop or higher. If you haven’t yet downloaded this app, it’s a smart file manager, capable of recognizing when a user has duplicate files and unnecessary things clogging up your phone’s storage. On top of managing your phone’s storage, you can also transfer files to nearby devices without using any data. The file transfers are encrypted and speedy, up to 125Mbps. Go check it out if ...

Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is out now on Android

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Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is out right now on Android. I have no idea what is is, but it looks like a big Japanese franchise so chances are maybe you or someone else does. You’ll create a team out of your favourite players, and battle against other real life players from across the globe. All of the character’s special skills from the series return in 3D forms too. Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is available right now on Android Speaking of the series, the original story also returns in game ...

Nintendo is porting Wii games in HD to NVIDIA Shield

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In a move that no one thought it would ever make, Nintendo is porting Wii games in HD to a none Nintendo platform: the NVIDIA Shield. Sure, Nintendo has released games on mobile this year. But they were bite size versions of core franchises. Basically tasters to get you to buy a Switch or 3DS and play the real thing. What’s also bizarre, is that Nintendo is porting these classics in HD. Traditionally, the games giant hasn’t messed around with older games and released them in the original resolution ...

DEAL: Buy Any Nest Product Over $99 Through Best Buy, Get a Free Google Home Mini

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For a limited time, anyone who purchases a Nest product that is priced over $99 through Best Buy will receive a free Google Home Mini. Why is this awesome? Well, because Nest products support Google Assistant, meaning you can do all sorts of things with nothing but your voice via Google Home. If you’re curious which Nest products are priced over $99, that’s a very easy question to answer: all of ’em! There’s not a single Nest product available at Best Buy that’s under $99, so ...