All the best Cyber Monday deals on phones, chromebooks, headphones, smart home hardware, and more

Black Friday has come and gone, but we’re not done with pre-holiday deals by a long shot. Cyber Monday starts in just a few hours, and many retailers have their sales live already. For tonight, the bargains are pretty similar to what they were earlier this week, but plenty of them are still really great deals. New deals are sure to be flying all day Monday, so be sure to check back often. Read MoreAll the best Cyber Monday deals on phones, chromebooks, headphones, smart home hardware, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Show off your Chrome dino-game skills with the arrival of cross-device high score sync

Since 2014, Chrome has featured a delightful little time waster that kicks in when your device doesn’t have internet access. It’s a game featuring a dinosaur that hops over cacti (and, eventually, other dinosaurs), in which your score increases as you progress through a pixelated desert. Until recently, that score was lost when you stopped playing, but as of Chrome version 72, it’s finally saved — and it even syncs between your devices. Read MoreShow off your Chrome dino-game skills with the arrival of cross-device high score sync was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Buy a Canary All-in-One security camera, get an Echo Spot for free ($130 off) at Best Buy

Security cameras are a smart thing to have. Best Buy’s got a deal on one particularly compelling cam, the Canary All-in-One. Right now, when you buy the camera, you get a free Echo Spot. Not a bad deal considering the Spot is $129.99 on its own.

The $139.99 Canary features a 1080p sensor, wide-angle lens, and infrared night vision, so you can keep track of everything going on in your house regardless of the time of day. Read More[Deal Alert] Buy a Canary All-in-One security camera, get an Echo Spot for free ($130 off) at Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Chrome may get a new way to share tabs between mobile and desktop, plus incognito media notification changes

In the dark, dank, early days of Android, sending content from your phone to your desktop required either a third-party tool like Pushbullet or Google’s Chrome to Phone and companion Chrome to Mobile extension. Thankfully Chrome switched to a convenient “tab sync” multi-device history that allows you to share sites across devices easily. Even so, it’s not the most direct system, and according to Chrome Story, a “self share” feature that provides a more obvious workflow may be coming to Chrome. Read MoreChrome may get a new way to share tabs between mobile and desktop, plus incognito media notification changes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.