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Get the Skagen Falster 3 smartwatch for $199 ($96 off)

The Skagen Falster 3 is probably the best-looking Wear OS watch currently available, and since it uses Fossil's Gen 5 reference design, it's one of the best-performing watches too. The Falster 3 usually costs $295, but now you can get it for $199.00 from Amazon.

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The 3 months of free Disney+ perk is back for Chromebook users in the US

A few days ago, Disney+ removed its free 7-day trial, possibly fearing that too many people would take advantage of it just to watch the highly anticipated exclusive Hamilton musical. But if you're a Chromebook owner and haven't signed up for Disney+ yet, you can look forward to the return of the free 3-month trial for the service, a deal Google initially only offered through February 2020.

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Get 15% off a brand new TCL 10L or 10 Pro

TCL may not be the most well known Android OEM, but its devices usually pack a solid punch for the price. When we reviewed the 10L earlier this year, we called it a very good deal at the retail price. The higher-end 10 Pro didn't fare quite so well, getting dinged in the camera department in particular, but we appreciated the decent performance and battery life. Both phones are even easier to recommend now that they're currently 15% off at Amazon and Best Buy.

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Stadia shares July Pro freebies, latest deals, and news on Wave Break's debut

Google's game streaming service is entering a new month with more deals and free games for its paid subscribers and just more games, period. From a game creator game — yep, that's a thing — to a sale on Metro Exodus, here's the rundown for what's new in Stadia for July (and the last week of June).

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Get the Arlo Video Doorbell for $110 ($40 off) today only

Arlo's latest video doorbell had a rough start, with missing support for some must-have features, but it has improved quite a bit since its initial release. Now you can get the Arlo Video Doorbell AVD1001 for just $109.99, a discount of $40 from the original MSRP (and $39 below the current Amazon price).

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Grab a 3-pack Google Wifi for $175, or a 1-pack for $80 today only

The original Google Wifi system was first released in late 2016, and even though it has been replaced by the slightly-better Nest Wifi, the first-gen system is still an upgrade over many mesh networks available today. Today, Woot is selling both the single and 3-pack models at some of the lowest prices we've seen yet.

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Get a refurbished Samsung Galaxy Watch for only $140 ($120 off) on eBay and Amazon

When we first reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Watch, we were impressed with its fantastic build quality and battery life, but couldn't justify the steep price tag. If you've been eyeing one for yourself, the refurbished 42mm Rose Gold model is currently on sale for $140 ($120 off) on eBay and Amazon, the lowest we've seen yet.

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Save $250 on Nest Cam IQ Indoor/Outdoor 2-packs and much more

If you weren't around for that last wallop of discounts back in April, you'll be glad to know that Google has put a whole bunch of Nest products on sale. If you need a video doorbell, smart lock, or security camera, you've got through July 8 to save on them.

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29 temporarily free and 50 on-sale apps and games for Monday

Welcome to Monday, everyone. It's always nice to start the week off with a bang, and thanks to Coffee Stain's group of sales, you can grab all of its Goat Simulator titles today at drastic discounts. On top of this, This War of Mine is on sale once again, along with The House of Da Vinci, not to mention, Baldur's Gate II. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 29 temporarily free and 50 on-sale apps and games for the beginning of the week.

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The Nokia 4.2 has dropped to just $120 on Amazon ($39 off)

HMD Global's Nokia-branded devices are some of the best budget phones currently available, with relatively-fast updates and no heavy modifications to Android. Now you can get the entry-level Nokia 4.2 for just $130 on Amazon, a savings of $29 from the usual price of around $159.

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