(NBC News) The summer isn't over yet, and for many families August is the last chance to get away before the school year begins and there are plenty of new tech to help those trips go smoothly.
Keeping your phone in your hands while you're on the go is easier with a pop socket, a retractable phone stand that you can use to hold your phone more securely.
"If you're renting a car this summer and you want to be able to have access to all your favorite streaming services, the Anker Roav Viva gives you hands free access to your phone," suggests Suzanne Kantra from Techlicious.
Stay hydrated during your outdoor activities like musical festivals or a camping trips, the stylish "vibedration" can help with a bladder that can hold up to two liters.
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