[TA Deals] Unclutter your pockets with KeySmart 2.0 Titanium Key Organizer


I like to live by the philosophy of minimalism and organization. Life works best when you keep it simple and orderly.

You can apply this way of life to just about anything, even what’s in your pockets. So are you the type of person that has so many keys on your key ring that you can barely stuff them into your pocket? Do you have a spiderweb of keys that when you put them in your purse they inevitably get tangled up with your headphones or whatever else you ladies put in there?

If so then you might want to check out the latest bargain on Talk Android Deals: the KeySmart 2.0 Titanium Key Organizer.

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Pre-order stock of Samsung’s Gear S2 is snaffled up in just 2 hours

samsung_gear_s2Samsung took the wraps off its Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic smartwatches at the IFA in Berlin earlier this month, with the new range of wearables set to hit South Korea on October 2nd. Samsung recently put the Tizen-powered smartwatches up for pre-order in Korea, a move that lasted only two hours as the pre-order stock was snapped up in its entirety. Read more

[TA Deals] Stock up on charging cables and adapters with this $39 Tronsmart power bundle

TronsmartIf you’re like me, you can always use more charging cables and adapters. Lucky for us, you can pick up a Tronsmart power bundle for just $39, which is 59% off the list price of this accessory bundle.

The bundle includes six micro USB cables, plus a car adapter and wall adapter. The home charger can charge up to three devices at once, while the car adapter has four USB ports. Both adapters fully support quick charge 2.0, so you’ll be able to juice up your electronics in no time. Read more

Fitbit updating Surge software with several new features


Owners of the Fitbit Surge activity tracker should be on the lookout for a software update rolling out for their devices. Fitbit has packed in several improvements to the device in the latest update to help users keep their activities on track. The biggest change for the Fitbit Surge is the addition of alerts, called Run Cues, based on time and distance marks. Users will find these can be helpful in setting their pace as they pursue their training goals. Read more