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BEST TV DEAL: Amazon 65-inch Omni 4K Fire TV(opens in a new tab) -- $749.99 $1,099.99 BEST STREAMING DEAL: Hulu (With Ads)(opens in a new tab) -- $1.99/month for your first 12 months (save $72) BEST ROBOT VACUUM DEAL: iRobot Roomba j7(opens in a new tab) -- $349 $599.99 (save $250.99) BEST KITCHEN DEAL: Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Signature Deep Round Oven (5.25-quart)(opens in a new tab) -- $199.95 $249.95 BEST AIR FRYER DEAL: The Ninja Foodi 4-in-1 air fryer(opens in a new tab) features dual baskets and is $100 cheaper than an almost-identical model on Ninja's website -- $99 BEST HEADPHONES DEAL: Beats Studio Buds(opens in a new tab) -- $89.95 $149.95 BEST MACBOOK DEAL: The MacBook Air (M2, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD)(opens in a new tab) updates Apple's most portable laptop in almost every way, and it's back down to its lowest price ever -- $1,049 $1,199 at Amazon and Best Buy(opens in a new tab) (save $150) BEST IPAD DEAL: The 2021 iPad Mini (WiFi, 64GB)(opens in a new tab) brings portability and power in one small package -- $399.99 $499 at Amazon (save $99.01) For better or for worse, Black Friday and Cyber Monday look a lot different now than they did pre-pandemic. This year, we've unlocked a new thing to navigate as we shop for the holidays: inflation. But if there's anything retailers have learned since the pandemic, it's how to provide cushion for shoppers who are budgeting extra hard during these tight times. Mostly, that looks like stretching Black Friday deals across the entire month of November -- and in some cases, a little bit of October, too. For Cyber Monday, some retailers are releasing deals as early as Black Friday. Below, you'll find a complete list of all the holiday doorbusters that are live right now (with sales grouped by retailer, category, and brand).
We've rounded up all the best deals for you to shop on Nov. 23 -- here are our top picks: BEST STREAMING DEAL: One year of Hulu (with ads)(opens in a new tab) -- $1.99/month $7.99/month (save $72) BEST TECH DEAL: Apple AirPods Pro (1st Generation)(opens in a new tab) -- $159 $249.99 (save $90.99) BEST HOME DEAL: iRobot Roomba Combo j7 Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum and Mop(opens in a new tab) -- $899 $1,099.99 The annual Black Friday shopping extravaganza is in full swing with some of the best deals we've seen all year. Each day, retailers are dropping prices on top products -- it's honestly hard to keep up. Lucky for you, we've rounded up the top deals to shop today, Nov. 23, and sorted them all into categories for convenience.
Following an Xbox Series X/S and PC release this past summer, Immortality, the latest project from Her Story creator Sam Barlow, is now available on Android and iOS via Netflix. Provided you subscribe to the streaming service, you can download the game at no additional charge and experience one of the most highly acclaimed titles of 2022. Like Barlow's past projects, Immortality is a love letter to the full-motion video games of the '90s. You'll need to piece together what happened to her by watching clips from three unreleased films and behind-the-scenes footage. Barlow recruited Allan Scott and Amelia Gray, best known for their work on Queen's Gambit and Mr. Robot, to help write the story of Immortality.
In honor of Spooktober, here's a real... Well, though there is a very special spooky version of the Emmy's Black Box theme song within, the content of the podcast is not so much one of fear but of hope. I spoke with Paul Pangaro, PhD, President of The American Society for Cybernetics and Visiting Scholar of Computational Design at the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture (previously a Professor of Practice in Human Computer Interaction). We dived into a bit of history around the term Cybernetics itself, and also how the system of Cybernetics played a role in the development and understanding of computation and, more specifically, artificial intelligence. We also talked about the state of Cybernetics today, and our hopes for Cybernetics in the future. As always, please feel free to tweet my @emmysblackbox with your thoughts/opinions about the podcast.
Here are the best deals of the day for Oct. 14: BEST APPLE DEAL: AirPods (3rd generation) with Charging Case(opens in a new tab) -- $149.99 $179 (save 16%) BEST STREAMING DEAL: One year of Peacock TV(opens in a new tab) -- $19.99 $49.99 (save 60%) That's why we searched for the deals that are still live on Oct. 14. We're happy to announce that plenty of Apple deals, TV deals, laptop deals, and vacuum deals are still going strong two days after the official end of the Prime Early Access Sale. Plus, a new streaming service discount has graced us with its presence. We did the grunt work of sorting everything out for you to make your shopping experience easier. Here are the best deals you can shop on Oct. 14, including all the deals still live from the Prime Day 2 sale.
SHOPPING: Products featured in this article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline will earn an affiliate commission. Amazon has you covered in their Prime Early Access Sale with fantastic offers on smart TVs, popular earbuds, laptops, iPhones, and so much more. Ending midnight tonight, electronic lovers can enjoy up to £200 off tons of devices, including eero Wi-Fi systems, Apple iPhones, eufy robot vacuums and Echo Buds - but hurry, you don't want to miss out, at these low prices, items are selling out fast. You'll need a Prime membership to get access to these impressive savings, so if you don't already have one, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial here.
Amazon's deal events promise hundreds of thousands of deals, but not everyone wants to spend on a big-ticket purchase. There are usually some great finds on deals under $50. We've rounded up our favorites, whether you're looking for a new Roku or Echo Dot, or want to own your favorite TV series on DVD. The WIRED Gear team tests products year-round. We sorted through hundreds of thousands of deals by hand to make these picks.
If you're in the market for a new streaming device, chances are you want to improve your home entertainment experience. Maybe you've been relying on your phone or tablet for binge-watch sessions, or perhaps your TV's built-in operating system just isn't cutting it anymore. Streaming dongles and set-top boxes are ubiquitous at this point, but sussing out the differences between them can be challenging. Plus, they're not the only gadgets that can deliver your latest Netflix obsession to your TV screen. Let us break down all of the streaming device options you have today and give you our picks for the best you can buy.
So far, advances in AI are not bringing us real "intelligence." Rather, these advances are bringing us a key part of intelligence: prediction. This enables businesses to make predictions faster and more precisely to improve their business models and marketplace advantage. In this episode of Mind the Gap, Avi Goldfarb, an economist at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management and one of the authors of "Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence," will explain the economics of AI and how it can lead to better and cheaper predictions.
Smart home devices from companies such as Amazon and Google can be hacked and used to crash websites, steal data and snoop on users, an investigation reveals. Consumer group Which? has found poor security on eight smart devices, some of which are no longer supported with vital security updates due to their age. Examples include the first generation Amazon Echo smart speaker, released in 2014, and a Virgin Media internet router from 2017. All of the products had vulnerabilities that could leave users exposed to cybercriminals, Which? Domestic abuse survivors can also be tracked and controlled by ex-partners who exploit weak security on devices including Wi-Fi routers and security cameras.