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Wow-ify your Wi-Fi with a refurbished Nest Wifi router and point system for $230 ($39 off)

Wow-ify your Wi-Fi with a refurbished Nest Wifi router and point system for $230 ($39 off)

When your internet is working properly, you shouldn't have to think about it. That's what Google's goal was when it released its Nest Wifi system last year. We really liked it, and now DailySteals is offering a Nest Wifi router and an additional point for just $229.99 when you use our special code.

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Get an Arlo Video Doorbell for $100 ($30 off) from Amazon

Get an Arlo Video Doorbell for $100 ($30 off) from Amazon

Turning your house into a smart home can be expensive, so taking advantage of special offers and price reductions is vital. Amazon is selling the Arlo Video Doorbell for $100 ($30) off right now, so if you're in the market for one, now is a good time to buy.

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Get the Moto G Stylus for just $200 ($70 off)

Get the Moto G Stylus for just $200 ($70 off)

Motorola released two main G-series phones earlier this year, the G Power and G Stylus. The latter option has a built-in passive stylus for drawing and other screen interactions, and now you can buy the phone for just $199.99. That's $100 below the original price, but the phone has been listed at $269.99 almost continuously since August, so this is more like $70 off.

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Pick up a Motorola Edge for just $400 right now

Pick up a Motorola Edge for just $400 right now

Motorola released its flagship Edge+ phone earlier this year, but it was always a bit weird to have a plus model when a regular model didn't exist. Motorola fixed that with the cheaper Edge a few months later, which has now dropped to $399.99 at Amazon and B&H Photo. The phone was $500 for a short time last month (and again on Prime Day), but it's typically sold for $600.

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Samsung SmartThings Find uses other people's phones to locate your lost devices

Samsung SmartThings Find uses other people's phones to locate your lost devices

Phones are (usually) always connected to a network, so tracking them when they are lost isn't too difficult, but the same is not true for most other devices. Apple has been experimenting with using Bluetooth and ultra-wideband wireless signals to track the location of devices without Wi-Fi or cellular connection, and now Samsung is introducing similar technology with its own products following a few months of testing.

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Bixby gets a new Google Assistant-inspired look (APK Download)

Bixby gets a new Google Assistant-inspired look (APK Download)

Bixby has never been the most popular voice assistant, but that hasn't stopped Samsung from finding ways to make us use it. From the dedicated Bixby button, to mapping it to the power key itself, Samsung would clearly like this to be a success. Its latest effort to entice users over to Bixby is a fresh new design that should look eerily familiar to anyone familiar with Google Assistant. But is a new coat of paint enough to make Bixby worthwhile?

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Samsung's Galaxy Apps redesign is focused on Fortnite and not much else

Samsung's Galaxy Apps redesign is focused on Fortnite and not much else

Samsung has operated its own app store for years, the Galaxy Store, seemingly as a backup ecosystem in case the company's relationship with Google ever soured. There aren't many reasons to use the Galaxy Store over the Play Store, but Samsung now turning Epic Games and Google's ongoing legal battles to its advantage with a new marketing push.

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Troubleshooting connection issues on Google Fi is about to get easier

Troubleshooting connection issues on Google Fi is about to get easier

Google Fi presents a pretty good value, offering a decent price for cell service, and good promos to boot. And as a multi-network MVNO, you get service through several different carriers depending on where you are, which can mean a better overall signal than simply being locked to a single carrier, but that isn't always true. In fact, troubleshooting connectivity issues when you do run into them on Google Fi is quite a pain, but thanks to a new update that's rolling out right now, it should be a little easier going forward.

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Google Meet finally allowing people to set up custom backgrounds

Google Meet finally allowing people to set up custom backgrounds

Google Meet has finally caught up to Zoom in the only important way that matters: custom backgrounds. Now, instead of just being able to cut down on background noise and/or blurring out your background, you can now replace it entirely with the image of your choice. Whew, it's taken long enough, huh?

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Motorola is opening every Razr box to fold the phone for safer shipping

Motorola is opening every Razr box to fold the phone for safer shipping

Motorola launched its second foldable Razr phone recently, and this one is available unlocked rather than only on Verizon. If you decide to head over to the Amazon listing to pick up Moto's little flippy boy, you might notice a strange warning. The phone's "open" shipping configuration can potentially lead to damage during transit, so Moto is opening all the boxes to flip the phone closed. In the process, someone might get fingerprints all over your "new" phone.

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