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2021-11-25 22:15:49| Engadget

Following a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Owlet has stopped selling its popular Smart Sock family in the US. On October 5th, the agency contacted Owlet to tell the company it was selling the wearables without marketing approval, clearance or authorization.In a response spotted by Deseret News, Owlet says its complying with the FDAs request. It has stopped selling the socks while it seeks clearance from the FDA. The company says it will offer a new sleep monitoring solution in the near future.With over one million babies monitored, we are extremely proud of the innovation and technology Owlet has delivered, the company said. We will continue to stay focused on our mission and cooperate with the FDA so we can continue to provide sleep monitoring products and solutions to parents and babies.If you own the Smart Sock 3 or one of its predecessors, Owlet notes the FDA didnt identify any safety with the wearables. It also hasnt asked the company to issue a recall. Owlet says it will continue to support those products while it works on a new device.

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2021-11-25 22:15:26| Engadget

While we've had weeks of early Black Friday deals already, Thanksgiving has brought additional sales, some of which we expect to continue through Black Friday proper. This has been a trend for the past few years if you happen to be online and searching for Black Friday deals a few hours before the day arrives, you can expect at least a handful of solid early sales. And that strategy may pay off this year even more than others as supply chain issues continue to push back shipping estimates. The sooner you grab the items on your gift list, the better the chance they'll arrive on time. To make your search a bit easier, we gathered the best early Black Friday tech deals we could find here.Sony WH-1000XM4Billy Steele / EngadgetOur favorite pair of Sony headphones, the WH-1000XM4, are down to $248 right now, which is just about $100 off their regular price. We gave these cans a score of 94 for their powerful ANC, immersive sound quality and multi-device connectivity.Buy WH-1000XM4 at Amazon - $248Buy WH-1000XM4 at Best Buy - $248AirPods ProBilly Steele / EngadgetThe updated AirPods Pro with the MagSafe case are on sale for $159 at Amazon and Walmart right now. If you're a Sam's Club member, you can grab the Pros for $150 with $70 of Scan & Go Savings beginning on Black Friday. These offer the best sound quality and fit of any of Apple's earbuds, and now they have a magnetic wireless charging case that's compatible with MagSafe accessories.Buy AirPods Pro at Amazon - $159Buy AirPods Pro at Walmart - $159Apple Watch SECherlynn Low / EngadgetThe Apple Watch SE has been knocked down to $219, or about $60 off its normal price. This is the best Watch for wearable newbies as well as those with tight budgets. We gave it a score of 88 for its responsive performance, comfortable design and solid feature set for the price.Buy Apple Watch SE at Amazon - $219One-day SanDisk, Lexar, PNY storage saleLexarAmazon's latest 24-hour sale knocks up to 25 percent off drives from Western Digital as well as up to 30 percent off microSD cards, thumb drives and more from SanDisk, Lexar, PNY and others. Some of the highlights include the the SanDisk Extreme portable drive in 2TB, which is 60 percent off and down to $185, Lexar's 1TB Play microSD card, which is down to a record low of $128 and a 64GB Lexar Professional 2000x SD card, which is on sale for $60.Shop WD drive sale at AmazonShop SanDisk, Lexar storage sale at AmazonBose QuietComfort 45Billy Steele/EngadgetBose's new QuietComfort 45 headphones remain on sale for $279 right now, or $50 off their normal price. We gave them a score of 86 for their clear, balanced audio, improved ANC and long battery life.Buy QuietComfort 45 at Amazon - $279Buy QuietComfort 45 at Best Buy - $279Sony WF-1000XM4Billy Steele/EngadgetSony's excellent WF-1000XM4 earbuds are down to $248. We gave them a score of 86 for their great sound quality, powerful ANC and improved battery life.Buy WF-1000XM4 at Amazon - $248Buy WF-1000XM4 at Best Buy - $248iRobot Roomba 694Valentina Palladino / EngadgetThe Roomba 694 is $95 off for Black Friday, bringing it down to $179. This model came out earlier this year and works well on both hard and carpeted floors, supports WiFi connectivity for Alexa and Google Assistant commands and can be controlled via the iRobot mobile app.Buy Roomba 694 at Amazon - $179Samsung EVO Select microSDSamsungs EVO Select microSDXC card in 128GB is down to $16, or 20 percent off its normal price. This is the latest model and while you can find microSD cards for less, EVO is a reliable brand and you're getting a full-sized adapter with this one.Buy EVO Select microSD (128GB) at Amazon - $16Elgato StreamdeckWill Lipman Photography for EngadgetElgato's Streamdeck is on sale right now for $100, or $50 off its normal price. If you or someone who know wants to break into the game-streaming world, the Streamdeck is one of those gadgets that can make it much easier to do so. It's a small desktop controller with 15 LCD keys that you can customize to manage programs like OBS, Twitch and others. It makes multitasking while on stream much easier and it'll make your entire setup feel more professional, too.Buy Streamdeck at Amazon - $100Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3David Imel for EngadgetThe Galaxy Z Flip 3 smartphone is on sale for $850 right now, and you can get a free pair of Galaxy Buds 2 when you buy. This was the most impressive Samsung foldable to come out this year and we gave it a score of 82 for its striking, flexible screen, attractive build and water-resistant design.Buy Galaxy Z Flip 3 at Amazon - $850OnePlus 9 ProChris Velazco/EngadgetOnePlus' latest flagship, the 9 Pro, has dropped to $799 for Black Friday, which is a whopping $270 off its normal price. The OnePlus 9 is also on sale for $599, or $130 off its normal price. We gave the Pro a score of 88 for its fantastic display, stellar performance and improved camera setup.Buy OnePlus 9 Pro at Amazon - $799Buy OnePlus 9 at Amazon - $599KindleEngadgetAmazon's standard Kindle has been discounted to $50, which is its best price yet. We gave this e-reader a score of 91 for its improved contrast display, extra front lights and sleeker design. If you buy two Kindles, you'll get an extra $20 off as well, bringing the price for each down to $40.Buy Kindle at Amazon - $50Sony WH-CH710NBilly Steele / EngadgetSony's affordable WH-CH710N wireless headphones are even cheaper right now at $78. We like these cans for their deep, punchy bass, solid ANC and 35-hour battery life.Buy WH-CH710N at Amazon - $78Buy WH-CH710N at Best Buy - $78Instant PotInstant PotThe six-quart Instant Pot Duo Plus is down to $60 for Black Friday, which is half off its normal price. This model supports pressure cook, warm, sauté, rice cook, sous vide and more modes, and its mid-size capacity makes it good for preparing food for many people.Buy Instant Pot Duo Plus - $60Buy Instant Pot Duo Plus at Best Buy - $60Google Nest AudioEngadgetGoogle's Nest Audio is down to $60, or $40 off its normal price. This is one of the best smart speakers you can get, especially if you already use the Google Assistant. We gave it a score of 87 for its solid audio quality, attractive design and good performance.Buy Nest Audio at Best Buy - $60Amazon EchoNathan Ingraham / EngadgetAmazon's Echo smart speaker is on sale for $60 right now. We gave it a score of 89 for its solid audio quality, attractive design and inclusion of a 3.5mm audio jack.Buy Echo at Amazon - $60Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+Cherlynn Low / EngadgetBoth the Galaxy S7 and S7+ tablets have been discounted for Black Friday, down to $499 and $699, respectively. Either would be good options for Android lovers looking for a new tablet we were impressed by their beautiful build, vibrant 120Hz displays, long battery lives and S Pen support.Buy Tab S7 at Amazon - $499Buy Tab S7 at Samsung - $499Buy Tab S7+ at Amazon - $699Buy Tab S7+ at Samsung - $699Beats Studio BudsBilly Steele/EngadgetThe Beats Studio Buds have been discounted to $100. These are some of the best Beats buds for most people and we gave them a score of 84 for their balanced sound, hands-free Siri controls and quick pairing with both iOS and Android.Buy Studio Buds at Amazon - $100Jabra Elite 85tEngadgetJabra's Elite 85t earbuds are on sale for $150, which is $80 off its normal price. These earbuds impressed us with their strong ANC, comfortable size and wireless charging case.Buy Elite 85t at Amazon - $150Fitbit Charge 5Valentina Palladino / EngadgetYou can pick up the Fitbit Charge 5 for $130, or $50 less than usual. This is Fitbit's most comprehensive fitness band and it earned a score of 82 from us for its full-color touchscreen, built-in GPS, onboard EDA sensors for stress tracking and multi-day battery life.Buy Charge 5 at Amazon - $130Chromecast with Google TVThe Chromecast with Google TV has dropped to $40, which is $10 cheaper than usual. We gave the device a score of 86 for its 4K HDR streaming capabilities, Dolby Vision and Atmos support plus its much needed and very handy new remote.Buy Chromecast with Google TV at Best Buy - $40Roku StreambarValentina Palladino / EngadgetThe Roku Streambar is down to $80 right now, or $50 off its normal price. It's a compact soundbar that will upgrade any living room relying on an old TV with weak audio. We gave it a score of 86 for its solid audio quality, Dolby Audio support and built-in 4K streaming technology.Buy Roku Streambar at Amazon - $80NVIDIA Shield TVEngadgetNVIDIA's Shield TV has dropped to $129, or roughly $20 cheaper than usual. This is one of the more powerful streaming devices available today thanks to its Tegra X1+ processor, support for Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos, Chromecast 4K and AI-powered 4K upscaling.Buy NVIDIA Shield TV at Amazon - $129Buy NVIDIA Shield at Best Buy - $129Samsung T7 SSDSamsungThe Samsung T7 SSD in 1TB is down to a record low of $110, which is 35 percent off and the best price we've seen. You can also get the 1TB T7 Touch with a built-in fingerprint reader for 21 percent off, or $150. It has reads speeds up to 1,050 MB/s and write speeds up to 1,000 MB/s, plus it has a shock-resistant unibody and support for Dynamic Thermal Guard to control heat levels.Buy Samsung T7 (1TB) at Amazon - $110Buy Samsung T7 Touch (1TB) at Amazon - $150Crucial MX500 internal SSDThe compact Crucial MX500 internal drive in 1TB is down to $85, which is just a couple of dollars shy of its all-time-low price. We like its sequential read speeds of up to 560 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 510 MB/s, along with its standard 2.5-inch design and integrated power loss immunity feature.Buy Crucial MX500 (1TB) at Amazon - $8555-inch Sony X950HSony's X950H LED smart TV is on sale for $800, which is 33 percent off. While not an OLED set, this TV has local dimming LED backlighting along with the Android TV operating system, Google Assistant and Alexa support, Game Mode and AirPlay 2 and HomeKit compatibility.Buy 55-inch Sony X950H at Amazon - $80055-inch Vizio OLED 4K TVVizio's 55-inch H1 OLED TV is $300 off right now, bringing it down to $1,000. This is a solid price for a mid-sized OLED set that supports Dolby Vision HDR, Vizio's IQ Ultra processor, 120Hz gaming with VRR and built-in AirPlay and Chromecast technology.Buy 55-inch Vizio OLED at Best Buy - $1,000Philips Hue White and Color smart bulbs (3 pack)AmazonA three-pack of Philips Hue White and Color smart lights is on sale for $100, or about $30 off its normal price. While not a record low, it's a good sale price on smart bulbs that rarely see deep discounts. These can be controlled via the Philips Hue app and almost any voice assistant including Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri, and they support thousands of colors as well as 50,000 shares of warm and cool white light.Buy Philips Hue smart lights at Amazon - $100Buy Philips Hue smart lights at Best Buy - $100Adobe All Apps Plangrinvalds via Getty ImagesFirst-time subscribers to Adobe CC can get the All Apps plan for 40 percent off right now, bringing the monthly charge down to $30. If you're a student, it's even cheaper just $16 per month for first-time customers. These programs are considered standard in most creative fields, so it's worth grabbing this deal if you know you'll be using things like Photoshop or Illustrator in the future.Subscribe to All Apps plan at Adobe - $30/monthHeadspaceHeadspaceThe meditation app Headspace is down to $5 per month for new and returning customers for Black Friday. That's 60 percent off the normal price, and those who want to pay for a year upfront will get 50 percent off and pay only $35 for the year. Headspace has a bunch of guided meditation sessions along with sleep stories, calming ambient music, guided yoga sessions for stress management and more.Subscribe to Headspace starting at $5/monthGet the latest Black Friday and Cyber Monday offers by visiting our deals homepage and following @EngadgetDeals on Twitter.All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

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