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Wireless Earbuds Offers Sale Open Now

Headphones come in all shapes and sizes. There’s so many different options, in fact, it’s difficult to find a pair that has everything you want at a price that’s affordable. That’s where Revel True Wireless Earbuds come into play. Delivering premium Bluetooth sound in a sleek, wireless package, these earbuds are a solid choice for those looking to upgrade their listening but don’t want to drop upwards of $150 on a pair of AirPods or Bose SoundSport Free earbuds. They’re on sale for only $64 today when you use code CMSAVE20 at checkout.

Revel True Wireless Earbuds are the perfect listening solution for people on the go. Just pair them to your Bluetooth-compatible device and you’re all set. They offer a sizable 50 hours of playback time with the included charging case, and they’re water and sweat-proof so you can wear them in all kinds of situations.

Of course, their portability would mean little if their sound wasn’t up to par. Thankfully, these earphones leverage advanced nanotube drivers for a premium listening experience.

Whether you’re commuting to work or running a marathon, these earbuds are the perfect match. Save over 50% off the regular cost of Revel True Wireless Earbuds and pay just $64 with code CMSAVE20 at checkout.

Another Offer Sale on Wireless Earbuds

Regularly $249, you can save $80 this Cyber Monday and get your pair for just $169.

Truly wireless earbuds are the “it” thing to have right now and we feel that on a thousand levels. The issue? The chances of losing them are too high for comfort. If an AirPod falls out while you’re rushing through a crowd or on the subway, you’re kind of screwed.

That’s where the Bose SoundSport Free earbuds come in: Not only do they fit so snugly in your ears that they probably won’t fall out in the first place, but if they do, there’s a “Find my buds” feature on the Bose app to help you get ’em back.

Oh yeah, and they’re $80 off at Walmart today for Cyber Monday, putting them at a freakishly low $169. You’re welcome.

Not having to choose between sound and fit is finally possible

: Bose creators focused on the tiniest technical aspects that make the biggest difference, from circuits for improved sound to antenna position for maximum Bluetooth signal, plus Volume-optimized EQ to make music three-dimensional and balanced at any volume. Even in a crowded gym or on public transportation with screaming children, all you’ll hear is your music. Battery life is a “meh” five hours, but for this quality of sound, it’s worth it.

To know more details and facts about the best Wireless Earbuds for running and sports, click on the highlighted link.


Cyber Week Special: Get These $150 Wireless Earbuds For Just $64

Wireless Earbuds $80 Off

2020 Porsche 911 Looks Awesome

The longstanding joke is that Porsche doesn’t ever really change the 911, and they all look kind of the same. Certainly some visual cues are retained with each generation, and it’s always been a four seater with the engine slung out back and bulgy fenders. But this new 2020 Porsche 911, called 992 by the cognoscenti, looks so similar to the current 991 that I’m not entirely positive Porsche isn’t pulling a large-scale gas lighting operation.

The 992-generation 911, launched tonight as Carrera S and Carrera 4S models, has a few noticeable differences from the outgoing model, with the rear fascia showing off brake lights moved higher on the car.

At the front, you will see a hood with sharp corners, reminiscent of the G-series 911s of the 70s and 80s. It looks a bit unfinished, and it’s not good. The worst part might be the center high mount brake light in the middle of the engine lid grille, however. It looks like an afterthought. So, what is good?

The new engine is a development of the old engine with an “improved injection system,” as well as optimized turbos and intercoolers, for a solid 443 horsepower. That’s up from the current Carrera S model’s 420. A manual transmission will be offered later, as the new 911 will launch with a brand new 8-speed PDK dual clutch box.

Porsche has made it clear that it wants the 911 to be an accessible car to drive in all conditions for all people. As a result, the new car is available with a high tech Wet Mode, which uses sensors in the fenders to detect water conditions on the road surface and change vehicle outputs as a result. Night Vision Assist, available in the Cayenne and Panamera, is now optional for your 911 as well. The new car also adds adaptive cruise with stop and go functionality.

Scoping out the interior of the car, it looks like a really nice place to sit for a full fuel tank range at highway speeds, which with an 8 speed gearbox and a more efficient engine could be quite a long distance. The 911 continues its steady march toward Grand Tourer status with luggage space behind the rear seats, and hold the fucking phone, is that a real actual functional cup holder in the center console?

With two giant screens flanking a central-mounted tachometer, the 911’s gauge display is a modern take on a vintage theme. Throw in the huge center stack display and you’ve got a sportier version of the interior found in the Cayenne and Panamera. Thankfully, however, the center button mass appears to have actual toggles instead of the touch buttons of its stablemates.

The PDK shifter is bad. I hope the manual shifter looks more in line with the rest of the car.

The Carrera S will start at $113,200, while the C4S starts at $120,600. This constitutes a more than $8,000 price increase over the current model. You can contact your Porsche dealer to place an order now, but don’t expect to take delivery until sometime next summer.


The 2020 Porsche 911 Looks About The Same But Is Way Quicker

Samsung Galaxy S10 Leaks on Internet

The Galaxy S10 may be getting more controversial with each passing day, but it remains Samsung’s biggest upgrade in years. Leaks tell us the flagship 10th-anniversary device will be the largest phone the company has ever made, sport an all-new design and six cameras. But, worryingly, new information suggests it might be vapourware…

Picked up by the eagle-eyed bloggers at TechieRide, Samsung has quietly confirmed its new Galaxy S10 range by submitting it for certification in Russia. But the flagship is missing.

What Samsung certified was the ‘SM-G973F’ (the standard 5.8-inch Galaxy S10), the ‘SM-G975F’ (the 6.2-inch Galaxy S10+) and their dual sim (DS) variants, along with the ‘SM-G970F’- an all-new ‘flat’ Galaxy S10 budget model. Though the new 6.7-inch, six camera Galaxy S10 flagship currently only known as ‘Beyond X’ was not there.

And this is for the second time.

In early October, Samsung also submitted the Galaxy S10 range for certification in China and the Beyond X was missing as well. That did not raise suspicion at the time as the February launch date was still four months away. But with the Beyond X still missing two months later (and certification can be a lengthy process), concern is building that Samsung has bitten off more than it can chew.

Of course, the name is a giveaway. Apple’s 10th-anniversary flagship iPhone was the iPhone X, so Samsung codenaming its 10th-anniversary model ‘Beyond X’ is a clear statement of intent.

Galaxy S10 concept

Alongside the aforementioned 6.7-inch display and six cameras, it will also be the first Samsung phone and only Galaxy S10 version to support 5G. There will also have the world’s first ’ultrasonic’ in-display fingerprint readerand new gradient color schemes, they are coming to the other models.

Samsung recently confirmed it has the horsepower to pull this off, but doubts about whether the company can deliver the “very significant” upgrade it promised now must be mounting. After all, there has already been one high profile Galaxy cancellation this year…

It’s widely rumored that Samsung could launch three Samsung Galaxy S10models in the new year, and we now have a better idea of how they might differ in terms of camera configurations.

According to South Korean site The Bell, the most basic Samsung Galaxy S10 (which might be called the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite), will have a 5.8-inch screen and three cameras – two on the back and one on the front.

That’s already more cameras than the Samsung Galaxy S9, and as many as the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, but the standard Samsung Galaxy S10 will apparently have one more lens, for a total of two lenses on the back and two on the front. This phone is also said to have a 6.1-inch screen.

Meanwhile the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – or whatever it ships as – is said to have a 6.4-inch screen, two cameras on the front and three on the back, for a total of five lenses. The three on the back apparently consist of a 12MP wide-angle lens, a 16MP super wide-angle one and a 13MP telephoto one.

From five to six

The same site also talks about a 5G Samsung handset which could have six cameras. We’ve heard about this phone before, though it’s not entirely clear whether this is part of the Galaxy S10 range or something else.

As for the three handsets that definitely are meant to be part of the S10 range, this new information largely lines up with what we’ve heard before, although some sources have said the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will only have a single-lens rear camera.

As ever, we’d take everything we’re hearing with a pinch of salt, since nothing is yet official – but information about the S10 should start getting a lot more official soon, as the range is likely to be announced in early 2019.


Samsung Galaxy S10 updates

Galaxy S10 would have increased camera count