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[Deal Alert] Logitech Circle 2 combo pack (2 cameras and 1 window mount) for $260 ($90 off)

[Deal Alert] Logitech Circle 2 combo pack (2 cameras and 1 window mount) for $260 ($90 off)

Logitech has been known for its webcams for a long time, and a while ago it started bringing that expertise into the home security camera market. The Logitech Circle 2 was released earlier this year and our own Ryan Whitwam got a chance to try it out, finding that it was superior to the first generation in almost every way. In fact, one of the only minor quibbles he had over the camera was its relatively high price when compared to other cameras on the market. The upside is that that flaw ceases to exist as soon as a good deal comes along, and that's precisely what has happened.

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Latest Logi Circle update includes snapshots in activity alerts, even on the free plan [APK Download]

Latest Logi Circle update includes snapshots in activity alerts, even on the free plan [APK Download]

Logitech has released an update to the Logi Circle app that goes with its Circle security cameras, and for the first time, users will now see an image preview in a notification warning you of detected activity while you're not at home. This functionality is available to every Circle user, even on the free plan, bringing it in line with similar services from Nest and Netamo.

Arlo also offers images in notifications, but only for paying subscribers. Nest snapshots can even be GIFs, which is probably the best implementation of the bunch. It's good to see Logitech catch up with its rivals, though, and action buttons to go directly to the live feed or view the event are a nice touch.

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Motorola, Why Must You Torture Me With These Two Clear Shots Of The Perfectly Round Moto 360 Without The Flat Tire Look?

Motorola, Why Must You Torture Me With These Two Clear Shots Of The Perfectly Round Moto 360 Without The Flat Tire Look?

I think everyone knows by now that Motorola had to make a few sacrifices with the Moto 360, one of which I personally still notice every time I wear it - the flat tire look. The small blacked out area on the bottom of the watch contains the ambient sensor and a few other components that didn't fit elsewhere in this design, at least in the amount of time the company had to deliver the first iteration to consumers.

I know some of you will tell me that you stopped noticing it ages ago, and it's not a problem, but to me, it still is - every time I see a watchface that doesn't adjust for the inverted hump, I'm reminded of the shortcoming.

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