Avoiding manual floor maintenance is a lovely thing, but a good robot vacuum will cost you. Our current favorite pick for a mop and vac combo, iRobot's Roomba j7 usually sells for $1,099 but Wellbots will knock $300 off the list price when you use the code 300ENGADGET at checkout. That beats a $200 discount we saw earlier this year and represents an all-time low for a gadget that "earned its place" in on of our senior editors' smart home. Wellbots has a few other vacs on sale too, also with discount codes, listed below. Our top pick for a mop and vacuum combo is $300 off right now when you use the code 300ENGADGET at checkout.
TL;DR: Through May 31, you can score the Alpha Z Pro 4K and Flying Fox 4K Wide-Angle Dual-Camera Drone Bundle(opens in a new tab) for only $139.97 instead of $398. The weather is warming up, which means it's time to head for the great outdoors. And if you want to gain a new perspective on mother nature this summer, bringing a drone along is a fabulous way to see the world from a whole new angle. Whether you're an experienced drone flyer or have never toyed with one, the Alpha Z PRO 4K and Flying Fox 4K Dual-Camera Drone Bundle offers two high-tech models. And just in time for the unofficial start of summer, this bundle is available at a major price drop(opens in a new tab) -- just $139.97 during the Memorial Day Sale through May 31.
Doctors believe Artificial Intelligence is now saving lives, after a major advancement in breast cancer screenings. A.I. is detecting early signs of the disease, in some cases years before doctors would find the cancer on a traditional scan. Artificial intelligence may seem like an emerging technology bound for regular use by humans in the distant future, but there are various machine learning products that millions of people already use in their daily lives. Machine learning technology is featured in a variety of everyday technologies, such as search engines, online shopping algorithms, navigation systems, and smartphones. Popular AI products can help you get from one destination to the next, search for facts about your favorite movie, or help you shop for a particular product online.
SAVE $10: The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom(opens in a new tab) typically retails for $69.99, but you can get it for $59.99 if you buy it through SuperShop and enter our promo code MASHZLDA at checkout. Unless you're a sneaky little Korok who's been hiding under a rock, you know by now that The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has finally arrived. You're also probably aware that it costs $69.99, which is $10 more than Nintendo's usual price for Switch titles. It'll probably be a while before ToTK goes on sale at any major retailers, but the deals site SuperShop (formerly Daily Steals) is picking up the slack: The game is on sale there for $67.99, and you can bump that down to $59.99 by entering our exclusive promo code MASHZLDA at checkout. This offer was available during ToTK's preorder phase and still worked as of May 17, or five days post-launch. As a quick, spoiler-free refresher, ToTK is the long-awaited sequel to 2017's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that takes Link high above (and below) Hyrule with all-new rune abilities and vehicular contraptions.
Whether it's turning off lights when not using them or bringing a reusable water bottle instead of buying a plastic one, many of us try to take measures to reduce our carbon footprint. Now, Sainsbury's has opened a new store that even makes your weekly food shop more eco-friendly. The'ground-breaking' store in Hook, Hampshire, is Sainsbury's most energy-efficient supermarket yet. It has several impressive features, including doors on chilled cabinets, 700 solar panels on the roof and even floor sensors that adjust the LED lights in response to natural light. 'This is a really proud moment for Sainsbury's as we launch a brilliant new supermarket that puts our commitment to reducing our impact on the environment into clear focus,' said Ryan Cox, Sainsbury's Hook Store Manager.
Amazon.com Inc. plans to bring ChatGPT-style product search to its web store, rivaling efforts by Microsoft Corp. and Google to weave generative artificial intelligence into their search engines. The e-commerce giant's ambitions appear in recent job postings reviewed by Bloomberg News. One listing seeking a senior software development engineer says the company is "reimagining Amazon Search with an interactive conversational experience" designed to help users find answers to questions, compare products and receive personalized suggestions. "We're looking for the best and brightest across Amazon to help us realize and deliver this vision to our customers right away," the company said in the listing, which was posted on its jobs board last month. "This will be a once in a generation transformation for Search."
The biggest news in tech this week came from Google's annual developer conference on Wednesday. They announced three new devices: The Pixel 7a smartphone, the Pixel Tablet and the Pixel Fold. Discounts on brand new products don't happen often, but both Amazon and Google were quick to bundle Pixel 7a orders with a $50 Amazon gift card, or a free pair of Pixel Buds, respectively -- not sales per se, but free stuff is still compelling for anyone already planning on getting a new phone. Of course, there were deals unrelated to Google too, like savings on Amazon devices including the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, Echo speakers, and nearly all Kindle models. Here are the best tech deals from this week that you can still get today.
Purchases you make through the links below may earn us and our publishing partners a commission. "Breath of the Wild" fans, rejoice: The Blood Moon rises once again. The next game in Nintendo's "The Legend of Zelda" franchise, "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom" arrives tomorrow. Make smart choices without hours of googling. In "Tears of the Kingdom," players will return to Hyrule and follow up on Link's story in the wake of "Breath of the Wild."
Vacuuming is one of those daily tasks that never really goes away. But as technology has advanced, new vacuums can handle cleaning your floors for you -- and with so many robot vacuum deals out there, you don't have to spend an arm and a leg to cross vacuuming off your to-do list. Right now at eBay, you can take an extra 20% off (up to $100) new and refurbished iRobot devices and accessories when you use promo code IROBOT20 at checkout. There's no minimum order requirements and you can use the promo code up to two times now through May 14. There are a ton of options available that can save you a little time and effort when tidying up, including the Roomba S9 Plus robot vacuum with a self-emptying base, which earned a spot on our list of the best robot vacuums for 2023.
And if you happen to be upgrading your PC in anticipation of Activision-Blizzard's next great dungeon crawler, Nvidia has a deal for you. If you buy a GeForce RTX 4070, 4070 Ti, 4080, or 4090, you'll get a digital code for Diablo IV for free, along with some in-game goodies for the game and other Blizzard titles. The offer is good from now until June 13th, and though the Rise Against Evil bundle is limited to "select retailers," it shouldn't be too hard to find -- these code bundles generally show up at all the major retailers. In addition to the $70 game (ouch), the code includes the Light-Bearer Mount and Caparison of Faith Armor for Diablo IV, Inarius Wings and Inarius Murloc pet for Diablo III, an Amalgam Rage Mount for World of Warcraft, and the Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics set for the Diablo Immortal game for PCs and mobile devices. If that's not enough, the latest version of Diablo IV supports Nvidia's impressive DLSS 3 technology, which you can try out in the Server Slam Beta taking place between May 12th and 14th.