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Anker's eensy-weensy chargers are now eensy-weensier

Anker's eensy-weensy chargers are now eensy-weensier

If you're picking up a new charger for your phone, tablet, or anything else, there's a pretty good chance it's from Anker. The company has been a leader in offering affordable wall chargers, USB cables, and battery packs, all with improved quality over whatever your phone's manufacturer included (or didn't include) in the box. Today, Anker is introducing a new generation of its GaN technology along with a refreshed lineup of its Nano chargers.

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Create your own fantastical creatures with Google's ML-based Chimera Painter

Create your own fantastical creatures with Google's ML-based Chimera Painter

Creating creatures and characters for games takes up hours upon hours for designers, which is particularly a problem when you need thousands of individual models. That's where Google's Research and Stadia teams come in. Together, they've created an ML-based tool that could one day help designers make monsters for their games — and you can use that tool right now on the web.

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Chargeasap smashes crowdfunding goal with 'the world’s fastest and smallest' GaN USB-C chargers (Sponsored)

Chargeasap smashes crowdfunding goal with 'the world’s fastest and smallest' GaN USB-C chargers (Sponsored)

Sydney-based consumer electronics startup Chargeasap has made a name for itself with innovative products like the Flash portable power bank with graphene cells and the clever Infinity charging cable with magnetic tips. Now the company is back with another first. Introducing the fastest and smallest GaN USB-C chargers currently on the market — the Omega 100W and 200W—  and they've already raised more than $1 million on Kickstarter.

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Midweek deals: Save on Fitbit Charge 3, wireless earbuds, security cameras, and more

Midweek deals: Save on Fitbit Charge 3, wireless earbuds, security cameras, and more

Hello, and welcome to the first installment of our midweek deals roundup for 2020. Now that the holiday season is behind us and the barrage of pre-Christmas sales has subsided, we're turning our attention to the latest batch of discounts that have popped up around the internet. This week, we found some great sales on the Fitbit Charge 3, wireless earbuds, charging accessories, and security cameras.

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Aukey's new Omnia Series chargers offer more power in a smaller package

Aukey's new Omnia Series chargers offer more power in a smaller package

Aukey already makes some pretty fast charging products for mobile devices and laptops, but last year's innovation is this year's mountain to conquer. At CES 2020, the company unveiled its next-generation power delivery charging solutions dubbed the Omnia Series. Not only are these wall adaptors smaller than their predecessors, they are more powerful, as well.

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Anker's 60W USB-C wall charger on sale at all-time low of $38 ($16 off) today only

Anker's 60W USB-C wall charger on sale at all-time low of $38 ($16 off) today only

It's the week before Thanksgiving and you're probably about to head off to the relatives or to a friend's apartment to share in a meal, some laughs, and maybe a good dose of anxiety. One source of anxiety you'd want to nip right from the bud is power sourcing — you've got gadgets, after all. Fortunately, Anker has a few good deals running today only on Amazon to satisfy your needs.

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Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1 review: A must-have for anyone who plugs things in

Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1 review: A must-have for anyone who plugs things in

Odds are you didn't buy your phone or laptop because of the charger that it came with. They're an incidental feature compared to the gadget itself — some reviews don't even mention them — but you definitely need one. If that dependency drives you to buy another USB Type-C PD-compliant wall-wart, Anker's new PowerPort Atom PD 1 is among the best 30W chargers you can get. It's tiny, powerful enough to drive some laptops, and pretty cheap at a mere $30.

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