Get the JBL Free X true wireless earbuds for just $70 ($80 off)

If you’re looking for a pair of workout buds that offer superior audio quality, you’re in luck, as JBL’s Free X true wireless earphones are designed for active people, and are more than 50% off this Black Friday. You can get them for $70 at B&H or $75 on Amazon, instead of their original $150 MSRP.

For this price, you get IPX5 water and sweat resistance, as well as four hours of battery life. Read MoreGet the JBL Free X true wireless earbuds for just $70 ($80 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: C2 sales get started with 10% discount] Mobvoi announces TicWatch C2 at London event, plus TicPods Free earbuds are now on sale

Update 1: 2018/12/06 11:10am PST

You’ve been able to get your TicWatch C2 pre-order in for the past few weeks now, but today marks the smartwatch’s formal retail debut, with full sales of the wearable

Chinese AI company Mobvoi hosted an event in London today, in part to raise awareness for digital wellbeing, but mainly to make two announcements. The TicPods Free true wireless earbuds that we first heard about in April are now on general sale, but the main attraction is the brand new TicWatch C2. Read More[Update: C2 sales get started with 10% discount] Mobvoi announces TicWatch C2 at London event, plus TicPods Free earbuds are now on sale was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Not coming to the US] Nokia unveils True Wireless Earbuds and Pro Wireless Earphones

Update 1: 2018/10/06 9:45am PDT

Apparently, the True Wireless Earbuds are not coming to the US, so if you had your eyes on them you might have to settle for an alternative like the

HMD Global just announced its latest hardware at a swanky event in London, leading with the intriguing mid-range Nokia 7.1 smartphone. The company also introduced some literally-named companion audio products — meet the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds and Pro Wireless Earphones. Read More[Update: Not coming to the US] Nokia unveils True Wireless Earbuds and Pro Wireless Earphones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.