When we cover deals from Amazon here on BGR, we typically point you to hot deals on electronics and other gadgets. Of course, Amazon sells much, much more than just consumer electronics and related accessories, and right now there’s a killer sale going on that covers all sorts of clothing. To cap off Cyber Monday deals week, Amazon is offering an extra 30% off hundreds upon hundreds of items across its men’s, women’s and kids fashion sections. That includes coats and outerwear, jeans, dress shirts, boots, sneakers, dresses, and much more. Below, we’ve laid out direct links to all of the different sections where the sale is available. More →
With the number of iOS devices out there in the wild, you can bet that if even the most obscure, ridiculous vulnerability exists in the software, someone is going to discover it sooner or later. A new bug in iOS 10.1 and 10.1.1, posted on Vulnerability Lab, seemingly allows users to bypass the iCloud activation lock on lost or stolen devices.
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Meet the Turtle Beach Ear Force i60 wireless headset: its Dolby Digital X 7.1-channel surround sound makes it an outstanding partner for games, videos, and music, plus it’s on sale right now for just $117.95. More →
If you need a gift idea for the holiday season, you can now buy small, powerful, rare earth magnets known generally as Buckyballs.
Once regulated and banned because of the danger they pose to kids— they can cause very serious injuries requiring surgery— the magnets are now available for purchase again, following a ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit that overturned the ban.
At this point, anyone who was planning on buying their kids (and, let’s be real, themselves) a NES Classic Edition as a Christmas present has probably resigned themselves to paying a strange man off Craigslist four times the asking price. The Classic is out of stock everywhere, and even though Target is drip-feeding consoles into stores, you have to get crazy lucky to actually buy one.
An unlikely hero is coming to the rescue, however: Urban Outfitters, the neo-hipster skinny jeans vendor, has announced it’s going to be selling the NES Classic Edition online. Page-refreshing fingers at the ready, everyone.
The Fire HD 10 is the best and most powerful tablet that Amazon has ever made, and right now is the perfect chance to score one. No, seriously, we mean right now. Amazon is running a flash sale that drops the price of a Certified Refurbished Fire HD 10 Tablet from $199.99 to $159.99 if you check out with promo code FIREHD10. This deal is only available while supplies last, and supplies are not going to last very long on this one. More →
Nikola Tesla’s contributions to modern technology can’t be overstated, and the fact that some of his original designs are so darn cool to look at is really just icing on the cake. But even he probably never imagined a world where his resonant transformer, better known as a “Tesla coil,” could be turned into a wearable weapon.
Ever since AT&T announced that it was launching a $35 TV plan with unlimited mobile streaming for AT&T customers, the FCC has been all over the company’s case.
In a first letter, the FCC laid out its problems with AT&T’s “zero rating” policy and how it violates the principle of net neutrality. In a response, AT&T said (paraphrasing a little here) “nah, we thought about it, but it’s all good.” The FCC’s response? Not so fast.
Apple’s decision to charge $19 for a charger and then $19 for a cable to plug in has had the effect you’d expect on the world: everyone just buys knockoff chargers off Amazon instead.
But although most chargers you buy off the internet will work just fine most of the time, a series of recent tests have shown that there’s real danger to having a fake charger plugged in at home.
It’s not every day you come across a pair of over-ear wireless headphones with premium sound and a design to match. We’re not talking about Beats here, which are all show and not much go. We’re talking about truly balanced sound that reproduces all genres of music beautifully. The Puro Sound Labs BT5200 Studio Grade Bluetooth Wireless Headphones fit the bill, though, and they’re on sale for 50% off until the end of the day today. More →
DJ Earworm’s annual tradition of cramming all of the year’s biggest pop songs into one undeniably catchy mashup continues with United States of Pop 2016, which just debuted on YouTube. The video, which clocks in at just under four minutes, features no fewer than 25 song samples.
A few weeks ago we wrote about the B.S. Detector plugin. It’s a handy little tool that automatically produces a hard-to-miss pop-up tooltip whenever you’re about to click on a site from a questionable news source. It arose due to the flood of fake news stories that seem to breed on Facebook, and now, rather than rolling out steps to prevent its fake news epidemic, Facebook took the extraordinary step of banning links to the plugin. Then they unbanned it.
Apple products: they just work, unless you hold them wrong, or apparently, they’re exposed to too much air.