[Deal] Save on these Quick Charge 2.0 chargers from Tronsmart


Nothing is worse than your phone, tablet, smartwatch, or any other mobile device dying. It prevents you from doing important things like tweeting, taking selfies, and playing Flappy Bird. Why not reclaim your right to power your rotation of hardware with chargers from Tronsmart? The accessories maker is currently hosting a Black Friday promotion on Amazon where you can choose among seven chargers that all support Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 technology.

Happy charging!

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[Deal] dbrand is hosting a sitewide 30% off sale, attaches contest to Black Friday


Right now, you can purchase anything from dbrand with a 30% discount. The skin maker announced that absolutely everything is eligible for its Black Friday promotion. And for each $30 spent, dbrand will enter you into their contest to attend the 2016 NBA All-Star Game in Toronto with Marques Brownlee (MKBHD) and Lewis Hilsenteger (Unbox Therapy).

Deals and contests on this Black Friday? Oh yes!

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[Deal] Amazon slashes the price of its Fire Tablet, Fire TV Stick, Echo and other devices in Black Friday promotion


Black Friday craziness has descended upon us, with everyone and his dog discounting all the items under the sun trying to entice your hard-earned cash out of your wallet, or purse for that matter. Amazon is one of the biggest culprits, cutting prices on its Kindle and Fire hardware in the UK and the US, some of which were already cheap to start with.  Read more

If you bought a OnePlus Type-C cable for use on a third-party device you’re entitled to a refund


If you cast your mind back a week, you may recall that Google employee Benson Leung published a post over on his official G+ page disclosing that the OnePlus’ official Type-C cable is not safe for use with Android-powered smartphones and tablets as it doesn’t comply to the operating system’s USB compatibility specifications.

OnePlus has now issued a statement revealing that the cable is only safe for use with the OnePlus 2 and may cause damage to third-party devices. As a result, the Chinese company is offering all customers who purchased a wire independently for use on a non-OnePlus handset a full refund.

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EE announces another streaming camera – the wearable 4GEE Capture Cam


Earlier this year U.K. wireless carrier launched the 4GEE Action Cam, a device meant to compete with the likes of GoPro. To make things interesting, EE built in support for a live streaming video service over their 4G network using skeegle. Now, just in time for the holidays, EE is launching another device in their line of “connected” devices, the 4GEE Capture Cam. The Capture Cam is designed to be a wearable camera that is lightweight and can be quickly clipped on to a person’s clothing.

Just like the Action Cam, the Capture Cam comes with built-in support to broadcast live video over EE’s 4G network. The camera itself is an 8MP unit capable of capturing still images and video at a variety of resolutions. Inside buyers will find 4GB of memory which can be expanded to 64GB with an external memory card.

EE will be releasing some accessories in January 2016 that can be used with the Capture Cam including a waterproof case, a flexible universal mounting adaptor and a lanyard. In addition, existing accessories like helmet mounts, bike mounts and a car suction mount that are available for the Action Cam will also work with the Capture Cam.

Consumers interested in the 4GEE Capture Cam can get the device on a 24 month plan for £10 ($15 USD) per month with 1GB of data and £15 ($23 USD) per month with 2GB of data and an upfront cost of £9.99 ($15 USD) for new customers or no cost for existing EE customers. Alternatively, customers can buy the device upfront for £129.99 ($196 USD) with 2GB of data pre-loaded, for £149.99 ($226 USD) with 6GB of data pre-loaded, or £199.99 ($301 USD) with 24GB pre-loaded or existing customers can add the device to a shared plan for £10 ($15 USD) per month.

source: EE