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Prepare for the big game with a new 65-inch Vizio 4K TV on sale for $648

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Save $130: The Vizio 65-inch M8 series Quantum 4K TV is now just $648 at Walmart as of Feb. 2. Everyone knows that this is one of the best times of the year to get a new TV. With the big football game approaching and new TV models dropped at CES, you'll see prices drop on recent models that came out just last year. But you can narrow down your options with a new 65-inch Vizio TV available for quick delivery in time for the big game. You get a $130 discount on a TV that released in 2020, which means you get tons of advanced features and the latest tech to enjoy football games, video games, and whatever you're streaming this week. Plus, it should arrive just in time for the big game this weekend with free two-day delivery. Regardless of what you watch on the Vizio M8 series, it will look pretty thanks to the latest Quantum Color that displays 85% more color than standard 4K TVs.


Sony 4K TV deal: This huge 60-inch 4K Ultra HD smart LED TV is $300 off at Amazon

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If you're looking to upgrade to a high-quality 4K TV at a low price point, then this is the deal for you. The Sony XBR60X830F 60-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV is now on sale for $798, or $300 off its list price on Amazon. While the display looks good on the outside, the images shown within are just as majestic and beautiful with a clear vibrant color contrast, deep and rich black levels, and detailed High Dynamic Range (HDR) true-to-life video. This 4K TV also features Sony's "Motionflow XR 960" refresh rate at 120Hz for smooth motion, which is perfect for the fast action of live sporting events like the upcoming NCAA March Madness college basketball tournament. While this 4K TV features amazing and high-quality images and audio, this Sony model is also a smart home device powered with built-in Amazon Alexa or Android TV with Google Assistant.


Instant Pot, popcorn machine, Samsung 4K TVs, Roku, Dyson vacuums, and more deals for Jan. 30

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Looking to "spark joy" in your home, as if Marie Kondo was standing next to you? Spring cleaning starts early this year because we found some amazing deals to help you get your household in order, like save up to $200 on Dyson vacuums and save $151 on the iRobot Roomba 960 robot vacuum. Meanwhile, we rounded up the best deals from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Macy's on 4K TVs and accessories (just in time for some super football game happening this weekend), home products from Instant Pot, Keurig, and more, and Amazon video streaming and home security devices. Here are the best deals from across the internet for Wednesday, Jan. 30: What are the top deals today? You can save $200 on the LG 50-inch Class LED UK6090PUA Series 2160p Smart 4K UHD TV, which is on sale for $299.99, and save $150 on the Dyson V8 Absolute cordless stick vacuum cleaner on Amazon. All Udemy online courses are also on sale starting at $9.99.


Apple HomePod is already losing the smart speaker battle

The Independent - Tech

The war for your digital home is waging. Apple has finally followed Amazon, Google and Microsoft by launching a smart speaker with a voice-controlled artificial intelligence assistant.


Super Bowl TV deals: What to know before buying

PCWorld

The week or so before the Super Bowl can be a great time to upgrade your television, as retailers often bring back the kind of sales that they offer around the holidays.


Sears and Amazon; Alexa, Turn up My Kenmore Air Conditioner

U.S. News

FILE - In this May 17, 2017 file photo, an Amazon Alexa device is switched on for a demonstration of its use in a ballpark suite before a Seattle Mariners baseball game in Seattle. Struggling retailer Sears is looking to get a hand from Amazon, announcing that it will start offering its Kenmore products on the online powerhouse's website. Sears, which runs Kmart and its namesake stores, said that Kenmore Smart appliances will also be fully integrated with Amazon's Alexa. This will allow consumers to control products, like Kenmore Smart air conditioners, by making a request to Alexa. Shares of Sears Holdings, based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, surged more than 8 percent in Thursday, July 20, premarket trading.


'What part of you hurts the most?' New Apple TV ad trolls Kobe Bryant

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Getting old sucks, just ask Kobe Bryant. But that doesn't mean we can't have a little fun at the basketball star's expense. Apple debuted a new ad for its fourth-generation Apple TV Sunday, starring Bryant and Michael B. Jordan, who does just that. In the spot, Jordan -- under the guise of preparing for a role where he will play Bryant in a biopic -- compares the aging Lakers star to Father Time. Of course, he also takes an opportunity to show off Siri's powers on the Apple TV -- with a Benjamin Button reference.