Tom Brady Continues to Rock Fist Full of Super Bowl Rings

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Here’s Tom Brady doing the anti-Dan Marino — sporting a fist full of Super Bowl rings … 3 days after he added #5 to his collection. Why is he still wearing the hardware out in public? Why not? Wouldn’t you? Brady and his wife/concussion…

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Hunter Renfrow on Trump Shout-Out: ‘Pretty Cool!’

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How did it feel when President Trump told Hunter Renfrow he was “lucky” he caught the game-winning TD in the National Championship game???  “I guess it was lucky, if he said it was lucky!” That’s what the Clemson WR told TMZ Sports on his…

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Deal brings Moto Z down to $499 with 2 years of extended warranty

There’s a pretty great deal on the original Moto Z right now.

Motorola knows how to sell unlocked phones. To wit, the company has discounted its excellent Moto Z — the OG Z, if you will — to $499.99 and is throwing in an extended 2-year warranty called Moto Care, which offers up to three (!!) low-deductible exchanges and free shipping back and forth.

So should you get a Moto Z right now, especially when the Moto Z2 Play is coming soon at the same price? Well, the Moto Z is more powerful and has a better camera, and while it doesn’t yet sport the software updates that come with the Z2 Play’s Android 7.1.1 build, it’s likely that it will get it at some point (we’ve reached out to Moto to confirm).

Nevertheless, the Moto Care addition costs $75 on its own, so even if the phones themselves are a wash, if you are clumsy and expect to need to replace your phone’s screen, this deal is pretty attractive.

You’ll need to enter the coupon code MOTOZ200OFF at checkout to get the discount and warranty extension. Who’s buying?

See at Motorola

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South Park is going to destroy your phone later this year

Slipped in among the latest console and PC game news at its E3 press conference, Ubisoft has announced a brand new South Park game for mobile. Phone Destroyer marks the first time the long-standing franchise has been in a mobile game, and will be on Android and iOS later on this year.

South Park: Phone Destroyer brings you iconic South Park characters, action-packed real-time strategy, exploding PvP battles, trademark South Park humor and collectible cards in a perfect mix that’s spicier than Cartman’s chili con carne.
Assemble the ultimate team of cowboys, wizards, cyborgs and more and get ready to crush your opponent!

It looks from the short trailer above to have elements of previous console title, The Stick of Truth, in its PvP battle style, all wrapped up in the 2D colorful world of South Park, its famous characters, and no doubts, a healthy dose of profanity.

No word on if it’ll be free to play or not at this time, but we’ll be following it pretty closely.

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Qualcomm solidifies its role in medical tech with connected glucose meters

The company has teamed up with Johnson and Johnson’s Diabetes Care Companies to help bring wireless capabilities to an oft-used blood glucose meter.

Qualcomm’s subsidiary, Qualcomm Life, Inc., announced that it is taking steps to help solidify its role in medical tech by hooking up with the makers behind connected blood glucose meters.

Qualcomm plans to bring better wireless capabilities to LifeScan’s OneTouch Verio Flex, which already syncs data through Bluetooth. The technology will essentially help streamline the current wireless process so that those who suffer from diabetes don’t have to feel constantly tethered to their personal monitors.

From the official press release:

By using Qualcomm Life’s medical-grade 2net™ solution, physicians will be able to conveniently access all of the patients’ blood glucose data from Lifescan’s OneTouch Verio Flex blood glucose monitoring system with built-in Bluetooth Smart Technology, which wirelessly sends data to the OneTouch Reveal cloud-based application. Prior to leveraging Qualcomm Life’s 2net solution, the data capture process was manual and cumbersome for physicians, requiring multiple cables and software versions. This new connected diabetes care provides streamlined access to a patient’s historical and recent blood glucose levels, empowering physicians and the care team to make more proactive, informed care decisions based on data trends.

Both Qualcomm and Lifescan plan to debut the upgraded glucose monitoring system later this year and expand the program globally in 2018.

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