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These Gadgets Will Enhance Your Labor Day

In this an undated file product image released by GoPro shows the GoPro digital camera mounted on a ski helmet, a hot item on ski slopes and other settings. Helmet cams have become so ubiquitous that they are "almost the norm" at Steamboat Ski & Resort in Steamboat Springs, Colo. (AP Photo/GoPro, File)
In this an undated file product image released by GoPro shows the GoPro digital camera mounted on a ski helmet, a hot item on ski slopes and other settings. Helmet cams have become so ubiquitous that they are “almost the norm” at Steamboat Ski & Resort in Steamboat Springs, Colo. (AP Photo/GoPro, File)

LOS ANGELES (USA Today) — With Labor Day weekend nearly upon us, millions of Americans are likely to squeeze in a last trip before summer is over.

The idea is to disconnect while relaxing, but it’s no surprise technology helps many unwind and make the most of an extended weekend. Whether you’re traveling by air or car, or staying in, here are a few of our must-pack gadgets and apps to bring along.

Traveling? Check out the Flight Tonight app to plan a spontaneous trip and take advantage of last-minute deals. The iOS app provides travelers who want to find the most affordable flight leaving from a nearby airport in the next 24 hours.

If you want to remember your summer vacation years from now, you should invest in something other than your smartphone, especially if your summer vacation involves surfing, mountain biking, kayaking or other extreme/outdoor sports. Capture great action shots and video with the GoPro Hero4 Session, the smallest GoPro ever. The $400 camera is waterproof, portable and built tough.

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