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New taser alternative will let police pretend to be Spider-Man

5 hours 57 min ago

Police shootings tend to dominate headlines wherever and whenever they happen, and rightfully so, but sometimes "less-than-lethal" weapons like tasers end up being equally deadly. The powerful jolt meant to subdue a suspect can often prove lethal, and police trying to defuse a situation with a taser can end up taking someone's life just the same.

Now, a new option is beginning to emerge which could give law enforcement officers a chance to quite literally wrap up a suspect without causing severe bodily harm. It's called Bolawrap — manufactured by, yes, Wrap Industries — and it's about as close to Spider-Man's web-slinging powers as a person can get.

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Facebook is working on AR glasses it thinks can replace your iPhone and Android

6 hours 59 min ago

Facebook is reportedly developing augmented reality (AR) glasses with a twist. These won’t be tethered to a mobile device, but will instead work as a standalone product that could replace smartphones. Facebook aims to release the product by 2025, but the company doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to making hardware that people actually want to buy. Remember the first and only Facebook Phone?

That HTC-made phone never had a future. Plus, Facebook isn't at the top of the list of companies you'd trust with your mobile data. And yet, Facebook's smart glasses that could potentially replace the smartphone would essentially mean you'd have to rely on Facebook for everything smartphone-related.

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There may be a huge Apple Watch upgrade cycle on the horizon

8 hours 1 min ago

Over the past few years, the Apple Watch has quickly evolved from a niche product into a mainstream device. Thanks to a number of impressive updates that saw Apple add cellular connectivity, along with a host of health and fitness features, Apple Watch sales have increased at an impressive clip each and every year since its release a few years ago.

What's particularly interesting about the ongoing boost in Apple Watch sales is that Apple is doing a stellar job of selling the device to first-time buyers. To this point, an Apple spokesperson recently told CNBC that 75% of Apple Watch buyers are completely new to the device and aren't upgrading from an existing Apple Watch model.

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These new true wireless earbuds can last weeks on a charge, and they’re $20 off on Amazon

8 hours 57 min ago

How many hours per day do you think you listen to music with your wireless headphones? A couple hours each day? If that’s about right for you, the Cleer Ally True Wireless Earbuds will about 2 weeks or even longer on a single charge. These awesome earphones offer a whopping 10 hours of battery life on a change, and then the included charging case packs another 20 hours. That’s 30 hours of music streaming before you have to worry about recharging them!

Cleer Ally Wireless Earbuds, Extended Battery Life Up to 10 Hours, Bluetooth Headphones (Gray): $149.99

Here’s more info from the product page:

  • True wireless listening with Bluetooth 5.0
  • Industry leading up to 10 hours audio playback
  • Included slim recharging case – additional 20 hours of playback
  • Touch pad operation for play, pause, answering and ending calls and access to your voice assistant
  • In-ear sensors for auto-pause when Ally is removed and auto-playback when Ally is placed back in-ear

Cleer Ally Wireless Earbuds, Extended Battery Life Up to 10 Hours, Bluetooth Headphones (Gray): $149.99

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There’s absolutely no way this ‘space hotel’ will be ready for guests by 2025

9 hours 27 min ago

NASA is currently planning to finally send humans back to the lunar surface by 2024. It's an incredibly ambitious and optimistic timeline, and there are plenty of experts who believe NASA may not be able to pull it off.

Sending things into space is hard, and safely ferrying humans to a destination in space is even harder. So, when a company called The Gateway Foundation says it'll have a functional space hotel up and running by 2025 — complete with artificial gravity, luxurious suites, restaurants, gyms, and just about every other amenity you can think of — well, let's just say you shouldn't hold your breath.

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Leaked OnePlus 7T Pro press image reveals the phone’s final design

9 hours 58 min ago

Now that Apple has taken the wraps off its next iPhone, the two notable phones left to be fully unveiled in 2019 are the Pixel 4 and the OnePlus 7T. Both have been the subject of countless leaks over the past few months, but with the OnePlus 7T launch event now set for next week, the time for leaks is finally coming to a close. But because this is the internet, iGeeksBlog took a parting shot by sharing the first OnePlus 7T Pro press image.

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Leaked OnePlus 7T Pro press image reveals the phone’s final design originally appeared on BGR.com on Wed, 18 Sep 2019 at 19:06:28 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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‘Breaking Bad’ fans: You’ll only have three days to catch the movie in theaters

10 hours 29 min ago

Breaking Bad fans who've been looking forward to the Netflix movie that will serve as a sequel to the fantastic AMC series probably don't need to be reminded that the October 11 premiere date is drawing closer. That's when El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will arrive on the streaming service and pick up where we left off with Aaron Paul's fan-favorite character, Jesse Pinkman -- showing us what happened after Jesse sped away from the gang of neo-Nazis, finally free.

Netflix, meanwhile, has also made another important note about October 11. That's also when El Camino will begin a short theatrical run. And when we say short, we mean really short.

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‘Breaking Bad’ fans: You’ll only have three days to catch the movie in theaters originally appeared on BGR.com on Wed, 18 Sep 2019 at 18:35:51 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Time is running out to send your name to Mars on the 2020 rover

11 hours 1 min ago

If there's one thing you can say about NASA it's that the space agency really does do its best to make its projects accessible to even the most casual space fans. In recent years, NASA has made a habit out of sending the names of everyday people along for the ride during some of its most high-profile missions, and the upcoming Mars 2020 launch will be no different.

Back in May, NASA opened submissions for names to be included on the Mars 2020 mission. The names, which will be printed in almost impossibly small text on a chip included on the Mars 2020 rover, are being gathered via a sign-up form on the agency's website. Now, with just a couple of weeks left before submissions are closed forever, NASA is making its "final boarding call."

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If you haven’t cut the cord yet, this survey might change your mind

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 23:33

As if anyone needed a reminder that the TV landscape continues to evolve, NBC announced this week that its forthcoming streaming service -- named Peacock, after the network's iconic logo -- will be the home of a slew of content both new and old. The latter includes classic comedies like The Office and Parks and Recreation, adding NBC's streamer that launches in April to the long list of services coming soon from Apple, Disney, and other big players.

One obvious consequence of the launch of these and other services: The inexorable growth in cord-cutting, as consumers abandon the cable TV industry in favor of streaming options that offer better pricing and convenience. And it's with that in mind that two new surveys are out -- from Roku and Consumer Reports -- which both shine a new light on this unstoppable trend.

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Google canceled the Pixel Watch years ago and never looked back

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 23:06

We’ve come across rumors detailing Google’s so-called Pixel Watch with some regularity, but the company never made a Wear OS gadget of its own that could compete against the Apple Watch.

Meanwhile, the Apple Watch kept growing, having virtually no rival in the market that stands a chance against the Apple Watch Series 5. But it turns out that Google did have a Pixel Watch ready back in fall of 2016 when it launched the first Pixel phones, but the company canceled the device in the 11th hour and never looked back.

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Facebook’s new Portal TV turns your television into a video chat monitor

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 22:43

The average Facebook user out there likely wasn’t secretly hoping the world’s biggest social networking company (and frequent privacy flouter) would release a new video chat device that could be installed in the home. Nevertheless, Facebook has stepped up to do so anyway -- in actuality, announcing three new such products under its Portal brand of video chat devices that include a new Portal, Portal Mini and Portal TV.

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Manufacturer halts distribution of generic Zantac after cancer-causing impurity discovery

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 22:20

When the FDA issued a bulletin alerting everyone to the presence of a possible cancer-causing impurity in the popular heartburn drug marketed as Zantac, the administration stopped short of telling people to stop taking the popular drugs. Now, in the wake of that news, shipments of a generic version of the drug are being halted.

In its release, the FDA noted that samples of the drug known as ranitidine, also sold under the brand name Zantac, tested positive for a potentially cancer-causing agent called N-nitrosodimethylamine, or NDMA. Levels of the carcinogen weren't alarmingly high, but its presence alone was enough to warrant a public alert.

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Get Bose sound on a budget with this $199 sound bar

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 21:57

When you think of Bose, two things immediately come to mind. First, incredible sound quality. Second, incredibly high prices. While that’s normally true, there’s actually a compact Bose sound bar that offers fantastic sound for way less than you might think. It’s called the Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System and it’s on sale right now on Amazon for only $199.

Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System with Universal Remote Control, Black: $199.00

Here’s the scoop from the product page:

  • Single sound bar provides better sound quality compared to your TV.The Solo 5 TV sound system is an easy solution, with advanced technologies that deliver the clear audio your TV can’t.
  • Dialogue mode to make every word and detail stand out
  • Bluetooth connectivity to wirelessly stream music from any of your devices
  • One connection to your TV. Optical audio input (digital); Coaxial audio input (digital); 3.5 mm aux input (analog)
  • Universal remote controls TV, bass, Bluetooth connections and more
  • Speaker:2.6 H x 21.6 W x 3.4 D (3.73 lbs), Remote control:4.1 H x 1.6 W x 0.4 D (5 oz)

Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System with Universal Remote Control, Black: $199.00

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Android 10 beta for Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 is almost here

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 21:34

Unless you own a Pixel, waiting for the latest Android release to hit your device can be excruciating, but anyone who picked up one of the latest flagship phones from Samsung this year won't have to wait too much longer. On Tuesday, SamMobile reported that Google will have a beta for Android 10, and that the program will be announced toward the end of September. The first build will begin rolling out in the US and Europe in October.

We know that a wide variety of Samsung phones are slated to get Android 10 in the coming months, but the beta test should be available for Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10+ owners, as well as Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G users. We'll know more once Google announces the beta.

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Sony WH1000XM3 headphones are somehow still in stock at the lowest price of 2019

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 21:11

When it comes to headphones — especially high-priced noise cancelling headphones like the ones from Bose and Sony — it's never a bad idea to seek out refurbished models. There aren't many moving parts, after all, so you stand to save a ton of money that way. Right now is the perfect time to pounce, in fact, because Amazon just slashed its renewed inventory of the best noise cancelling headphones on the planet to the lowest price of the year so far. That's right, you can actually get a pair of $350 Sony WH1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones for just $229.99 if you hurry!

Sony WH1000XM3 Bluetooth Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones Silver WH-1000XM3/S (Renewed): $229.99

Here's some additional info from the product page:

  • Industry-leading Digital Noise Cancellation Industry-leading noise cancellation technology means you hear every word, note, and tune with incredible clarity, no matter your environment. Additional microphones also assist in isolating sound while talking on the phone, resulting in improved phone call quality.
  • Proprietary technology for premium sound Sony’s proprietary HD Noise Canceling Processor QN1 brings the WH-1000XM3 to the pinnacle of noise cancellation. With 32bit audio signal processing and best-in-class signal-to-noise ratio, the WH-1000XM3 headphones dramatically improve the sound quality of whatever you choose to listen to.
  • Smart Listening by SENSE ENGINE tailors the sound to you Smart Listening by Adaptive Sound Control automatically detects your activity, whether you’re travelling in an airport, walking on a crowded street, or sitting in a quiet area — balances the noise canceling levels. Atmospheric Pressure Optimizing keeps your music sounding great even when traveling at higher altitudes. You can customize them to your preferences with the Sony I Headphones Connect App
  • Sony | Headphones Connect App for Android /iOS Download the Android or iOS app to use Smart Listening by Smart Auto-settings, control your ambient sound settings and adjust the sound levels with the Equalizer. Wireless freedom with Bluetooth and NFC Bluetooth and NFC4 pairing make for hassle-free wireless connections to stream high-quality music and phone calls
  • Now with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built in With the WH-1000XM3 headphones, you can choose to activate either the Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa with a simple touch. To use Amazon Alexa, simply download the Sony | Headphones Connect app and the Alexa app on your smartphone’s application marketplace, and follow the setup instructions on the Sony | Headphones Connect app

 

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The most hotly anticipated Android phone this fall won’t launch in the US or Europe

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 20:48

The iPhone 11 series might be the hottest new phone lineup right now, but every other company in the business is trying to shift the conversation toward their own Android flagships. Several of the major smartphone makers out there have already unveiled new high-end devices (Galaxy Note 10, Vivo Nex 3) or are about to launch new handsets in the coming days and weeks (Huawei Mate 30 series, OnePlus 7T series, Pixel 4, Oppo Reno 2). Out of all of them, the Mate 30 Pro is easily the most anticipated Android of the fall, and it's likely to be one of the best iPhone 11 alternatives of the year. That’s because we’re looking at the successor of a smartphone that was a few steps ahead of its Android competitors last year. Unfortunately for Huawei, the Mate 30 Pro won’t be a similar success, and that’s all because of the ban against the Chinese smartphone maker. Now, a brand new report seems to confirm the worst rumor about the Mate 30 Pro, claiming the entire Mate 30 series won’t be available in the US, which was obvious, but it apparently also won't launch in Europe.

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Multicolor LED light strips as good as $80 Philips Hue Strips are down to $21, today only

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 20:25

Everyone loves the Philips Hue LightStrip Plus because it's so versatile that you can create tons of different lighting effects quickly and easily. The problem, of course, is that no one loves paying $80 for a LightStrip Plus. If you want something comparable that costs a fraction of the price, Amazon is running a terrific one-day sale on Govee smart home products including the Govee Smart LED Strip Light, which is down to an all-time low of just $20.99. There are a bunch of other great one-day deals available as well, and you can see them all right here!

Govee Smart WiFi LED Strip Lights Works with Alexa, Google Home Brighter 5050 LED, 16 Million C…: $20.99

Here's what you need to know from the product page:

  • 【Voice Control via Alexa Google Assistant】Govee strip lights can free your hands to control the light. Use simple conversation starters to turn your lights on and off, set color, make them brighter. It is currently compatible with Echo & Google Home.
  • 【WiFi Wireless Control via App】The app “Govee Home” does what the lights can do (turn on/off/change color and brightness). They are fully RGB and via the phone app, you have all of the colors to select. You can DIY your favorite colors by mixing several colors and keep it for later use. Timer function allows you run your home light system in smart way. [Please note it is NOT compatible with 5GHz WiFi]
  • 【Music LED Strip Lights】There is a built-in microphone that will sync with any music coming out of phone speaker or any other speaker in room and dance the lights along with beats of music (or hands claps). This function is available on App and controller, use it to make your environment alive!
  • 【Perfect Ambience Light】Our light strips are made of premium bright 5050 LED lights. It’s NOT waterproof and is designed for indoor uses. It can decorate your bedroom, ceiling, stairs, kitchen cabinet, porch, desk, and living room, especially great for holidays like Christmas, Halloween, Parties etc.
  • 【Easy to Install】Govee aims to provide a simple way to start designing your connected home. So this is an ALL-IN-ONE kit comes with a UL approved adapter, a WiFi controller, 16.4ft light strip; Genuine 3M adhesive and 5 fixing clips. Refer to the picture, video and user manual to install. Please be free to contact us for any product question and suggestion.

Govee Smart WiFi LED Strip Lights Works with Alexa, Google Home Brighter 5050 LED, 16 Million C…: $20.99

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7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on September 18th

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 20:02

If you missed our iPhone and iPad app roundup yesterday, definitely go back and check it out because there are still some paid iOS apps in there that are on sale for free. Once you're done with that, come back here and scroll through the seven premium apps we've selected on Wednesday, all of which are currently available as free downloads for a limited time.

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Apple just released iOS 13.1 beta 4

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 19:41

After unveiling the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max at its special event last week, Apple announced that iOS 13 will release on September 19th, with iOS 13.1 set to follow on September 30th. If you don't mind dealing with a bug here and there though, you can get the latest build right now thanks to Apple's beta programs! iOS 13.1 beta 4 (and iPadOS 13.1 beta 4) has just been released and is available to install as an OTA update. The new public beta is available as well if you're on that one. Plenty of bugs have been squashed in this release, so definitely grab it right away.

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Preorder now and you can save $10 on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for PS4 and Xbox

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 19:39

Everyone knows that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is one of the hottest games set to be released ahead of the holidays this year. In fact, it's not even out yet and it's still the best-selling PS4 and Xbox One game on Amazon right now. Of course, that might also have something to do with the fact that Amazon is running a killer promo for Prime members. Preorder this awesome upcoming game and not only will you gain early access to the open beta, you'll get a $10 credit on your Amazon account within 35 days of the game shipping! That effectively slashes the price to $49.99, which is the best deal you'll find on the upcoming new COD title.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - PlayStation 4: $49.99

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Xbox One: $49.99

Here are the bullet points from the product page:

  • In the visceral and dramatic single-player story campaign, the stakes have never been higher as players take on the role of lethal Tier One operators in a heart-racing saga that will affect the global balance of power.
  • Experience the ultimate online playground with classic multiplayer.
  • Squad-up and play cooperatively in a collection of elite operations accessible to all skill levels.

And here are the terms and conditions for the deal:

  • Offer only applies to select video games sold and shipped by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC (look for "sold by Amazon.com" or "sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC" on the product detail page). Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if "fulfilled by Amazon.com" or "Prime Eligible".
  • Offer only applies to select products in pre-order as listed on the product detail page. Order must be placed prior to the product’s release date.
  • You must have an active U.S. Prime membership at the time of placing an order and the time of shipment or, for digital games, at the time the game is available for digital delivery to receive offer.
  • While supplies last.
  • Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold.
  • Offer limited to one per customer per qualifying product.
  • The maximum benefit you may receive from this offer is $10 in Amazon Promotional Credit per qualifying product.
  • You will receive an email from Amazon up to 35 days after the qualifying purchase is delivered or made available that indicates that $10 in Amazon Promotional Credit has been added to your customer account. The email will also provide instructions on how to redeem the Promotional Credit.
  • If any of the products or content eligible for this offer are cancelled or returned, this offer will be invalid.
  • If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid.
  • Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.

Promotional Credit Terms & Conditions

  • Promotional Credit expires 60 days after it has been applied to your customer account.
  • Promotional Credit only applies to products and digital content sold by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC (look for "sold by Amazon.com" or "sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC" on the product or content detail page) and all eBooks made available through Amazon.com). Products and digital content (except for eBooks) sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if "fulfilled by Amazon.com" or "Prime Eligible."
  • Digital content and services may only be available to customers located in the U.S. and are subject to the terms and conditions of Amazon Digital Services LLC.
  • Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the Promotional Credit at any time.
  • Promotional Credit good while supplies last.
  • Shipping charges and taxes may apply to the full value of discounted and free promotional items.
  • Promotional Credit is non-transferrable and may not be resold.
  • If any of the products or content you purchase with this Promotional Credit, your refund will equal the amount you paid for the product or content, subject to applicable refund policies.
  • Promotional Credit will be allocated proportionally among all promotional items in your order.
  • If you violate any of the Promotional Credit terms, the offer will be invalid.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - PlayStation 4: $49.99

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Xbox One: $49.99

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