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Motorola is once again offering steep discounts on its last year flagship — the Moto X — to celebrate the back to school season.

If you have been thinking of getting a Moto X, now might just be the right time as the 16GB variant of the device can be purchased for only $299.

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Google has started rolling out a new update for Chrome Beta for Android that brings with it a simplified sign-in process and some design elements from the company’s new Material Design language. 

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Every Thursday we write about a particular accessory we’ve been using over the course the past week and today we’re focusing our attention on Jawbone’s latest fitness offering, the UP24, which hit the shelves earlier this year alongside the company’s revamped version of its Jambox audio system.

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Last week, an unannounced Sony-branded smartphone bearing model number D6603 passed through the United States of America’s official certification authority, the FCC, and now a similar device has been spotted in a separate filing with identical documentation, strongly indicating that it’s more than likely the European version of the Japanese company’s upcoming flagship smartphone — the Xperia Z3 (D6653).

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You should never use your smartphone behind the wheel, but if it doubles as a sat-nav or you have a good hands-free kit for taking calls, you need to be able to see it while you’re driving. You certainly don’t want to be fumbling around for it in your bag while you’re on the freeway, or having to look down at your lap turn-by-turn directions.

The best way to make your smartphone safely accessible on the road is by installing a mount in your car. And thanks to Cult of Android Deals, doing that is cheaper than you might think. For just $14 — with more than 50% off — you can buy a Universal Car Mount that fits almost any phone and sticks to your dashboard or windshield.

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