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[Deal Alert] LeEco's Le Pro3 is $214 today from Amazon's Gold Box ($136 off) / July 23, 2017

By Jordan Palmer

It’s quite the day for deals, which is always fun. This one is from Amazon’s Gold Box daily sales. You can grab a LeEco Le Pro3 for just $214, which means that you can save $135.99 off of the original MSRP. That’s a pretty good steal, all things considered.

If you need a reminder on what we here at AP thought about LeEco’s latest flagship, just head on over to the review.

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Google Maps' Timeline feature now recognizes skiing /

By Corbin Davenport

Google Map’s Timeline feature is equal parts awesome and creepy. Located in the side menu of the Google Maps app, it shows all the locations you have visited on a given day, complete with what mode of transportation you used and (in some cases) the pictures you took at each location. The app can recognize walking, biking, driving, and now skiing.

Reddit user /u/Chozenus recognized that Google Maps now shows skiing as a mode of transportation.

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[Deal Alert] 51 movies are on sale at Google Play for Comic-con /

By Corbin Davenport

The annual San Diego Comic-Con is going on right now, with plenty of trailers and information for upcoming movies/TV shows being released at the event. To celebrate, Google Play Movies has a whopping 51 films on sale (as long as you’re in the US or Canada). They mostly consist of superhero/comic movies, but there are a few other popular titles included.

I recommend heading down to the source link below to see all the movies, but I’ll list some highlights here:

There are definitely a few bad movies on sale though, like the 2005 Elektra film.

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Google's new personalized Feed starts rolling out with new home button in search results and bottom tabs /

By Richard Gao

Google’s been all over the place with its server-side rollouts in the Google app lately. Some people are seeing two tabs,some are seeing three, and some four. It’s totally bizarre, but that’s Google for you. Following the announcement of the upcoming, more personalized Google Feed several days ago, we’re now seeing it materialize, and the home button that was in Google’s screenshots is starting to pop up on some devices.

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New low-energy mesh standard makes Bluetooth the Internet of Thing's best friend /

By Jerry Hildenbrand

Bluetooth could be the standard that turns the internet of things into something we can care about.

Chances are that when you hear “Internet of things” you don’t have high expectations. I feel you. Unfortunately, the real internet of things isn’t as exciting as some envisioned, and the devices and software used for shipping containers or a big library just don’t have a wow factor.

That will change eventually, and we’ll have consumer things that are useful, different and we can actually touch them. But first, some standards need to be worked out.

The current IoT is a mess of standards and protocols and things that just won’t work with each other. That’s really different from something like, say, Bluetooth, which just works everywhere and with practically everything. That’s why it was important for Bluetooth SIG (the companies and people who develop and maintain Bluetooth standards, among other things) get serious about the IoT, and the new Low-Energy mesh protocols shows that they are very serious about the future running on Bluetooth.

These headphones can talk with your phone. Or your computer. Or your watch. But not your step tracker.

LE mesh brings a new many-to-many connection model where devices can talk to each other directly instead of going through a central server. This means a device that supports the latest Bluetooth LE standards can support a one-to-one (1:1) connection, like your phone “talking” to your headset, a one-to-many (o:m) connection, like a beacon that connects to a server which shares data across the internet, and the new many-to-many connection where a sensor or beacon or audio device could connect to another beacon or audio device directly.

More importantly, data can be shared directly without being sent through a server that has to process it and determine where it needs to go. This does two things: it streamlines applications and installations that use it, cutting out a middleman that’s one more spot for latency or errors, and it open Bluetooth LE devices to new use cases.

Bluetooth LE mesh means your Fitbit can talk to your scale without asking your watch to do it.

The Bluetooth SIG gives some great examples of how this new standard can be practical for existing use cases. Building automation — including your smart home — can have hundreds of individual smart parts. Getting them all to talk together means a better way for the user to do things with simple commands and almost endless customization of sensors acting on data they receive from other sensors.

Their example of using LE mesh for asset tracking, where hospital equipment is tracked using a sensor on the machinery or service cart, shows one huge advantage — the 33-foot barrier has been breached and signals can be chained almost endlessly so a server can talk to a device at distance. Range has always been one of Bluetooth’s weaknesses …read more



Check out this 1986 home intercom turned into a DIY Google Home /

By Corbin Davenport

I love seeing DIY projects that retrofit new hardware into old electronics. Some examples include converting an Apple II floppy drive into an external USB hard drive, and shoving a Raspberry Pi into the casing of a Commodore 64. Martin Mander shared his latest project on YouTube and Instructables – a 1986 home intercom with Google Assistant.

As you can see the above video, Mander cleaned up and pained an old “Plug N’ Talk” wireless intercom and installed Google’s AIY kit inside.

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Best Drones Under $300 /

By Marc Lagace

You don’t need to break the bank to buy a fun, reliable drone.

If you’re looking to buy your first drone, whether for racing or just for the fun of it, searching for the top-rated drones might result in sticker shock. Sure, the DJI Inspire 1 looks AMAZING, but at nearly $3,000, it’s not worth the investment if you’re a novice hobbyist.

If you’re a beginner, you’ll want a drone that’s easy enough to fly to get a handle on everything but also tough enough to survive a crash caused by human error or technical malfunction. Fortunately, there are a number of great drone options out there for under $300. They may include cameras (of lesser-quality, of course) and first-person view (FPV) flying options, as well as bumpers to protect the blades and hardware while you’re still learning the basics. Then, once you’re confident in your skills as a drone pilot, you can decide whether to upgrade to a more expensive, professional drone.

Three of these drones fall below both the FAA requirements for registration which only costs $5 per aircraft and will save you from dealing with fines (or worse) if the authorities catch you flying an unregistered drone. The same three are also light enough to avoid falling under Canada’s new restrictive drone laws, so you’ll be able to fly them in your local park without setting yourself up to be fined.

Tokky MJX Bugs 3 Brushless Drone set

Recommended by mvierling in the comments, the Tokky MJX Bugs 3 offers great value to those who have practiced flying with cheaper drones and are ready to move onto something a bit more substantial but still affordable.

This drone has both beginner and advanced flight modes, but even the beginner mode is pretty fast. The base kit includes the drone, wireless transmitter, one 1800mAh LiPo battery, and eight spare blades. While this drone doesn’t have a built-in camera, it does include a camera mount for a GoPro or other similar sized action cameras.

You’ll get about 15-19 minutes of flight time on a fully-charged battery. You can get a two-pack of extra batteries for under $30 as well as extra sets of blades for under $15 — and you’ll probably need those extra blades.

For $160, you can get a kit that includes a waterproof backpack for storing and transporting your drone, or just buy the drone itself and save $30.

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  • Dimensions: 16.4″ x 16.4″ x 6.5″
  • Weight: 4 lbs
  • Camera: GoPro mount included.
  • Average flight time: 15-19 minutes
  • FAA registration required?: Yes

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