15 best online Black Friday sales that are live right now
See all those miserable people in the photo above? Don't be like them — shop these 15 massive online sales instead
Walmart is doing Cyber Monday a little differently this year, kicking off its post-Black Friday sales event earlier than expected. Walmart’s Cyber Monday deals (see the full flyer at this link) will be available to buyers beginning at 8:00 p.m. EST on Sunday evening, with more than 2,000 products set to be discounted during the sale. On top of that, Walmart is also bringing back its Cyber Monday Evening Edition event and we’ve got all the details right here. More →
This week you’ll be eating a lot of food, so get yourself a fitness band that will help you stay motivated to shed those extra pounds. A Garmin Vivofit Fitness Band is for sale on Amazon for $49.99 with free shipping. That is 62% off the list price of $129.99. More →
It’s time to focus on Cyber Monday now that Black Friday is over. And if you’re shopping for gadgets and electronics, Best Buy is definitely one store you should check out. The retailer already revealed its Cyber Monday 2015 ad a few days ago, and now it’s ready to start taking Cyber Monday beginning today, one day early. More →
When iPhone users start dreaming about the iPhone 7, do you think that they’re fantasizing about having a BlackBerry Priv-style slide-out QWERTY keyboard? No, they probably aren’t, which is why the latest iPhone concept from CURVED/labs is so amusing. As you can see in the photo above, it has a slide-out keyboard that looks a lot like the kind of keyboard you’d expect to see on a BlackBerry. More →
Take advantage of Black Friday deals and get yourself or a loved one a 32-inch LED TV. The Upstar PS32ESH 32-Inch 720p LED TV is on sale for $149.99 with free shipping on Amazon — that’s 25% off the list price. More →
Razer and Lenovo announced on Friday that they will be collaborating on a new line of gaming computers in 2016. The two companies will both be represented on special Razer Edition models of Lenovo’s Y series gaming PCs, giving Lenovo a chance to gain some additional credibility among the core gamer market. More →
It looks like Ridley Scott has reconsidered his stance on sequels. Not only is he making a sequel to Prometheus, which itself is a prequel of the Alien saga, but he’s working on a trilogy set to debut with Alien: Covenant. The trilogy should explain what happened to mankind between Prometheus and the original Alien movie, and how the aliens appeared. More →
You’ll be able to hear both music and phone conversations perfectly with a set of in-ear headphones that have a control talk function with iOS devices. The Onkyo IE-CTI300(S) In-Ear Headphones are on sale for $69.99 with free shipping from Amazon. More →
I can see the use case for Google Glass in certain industries. If you’re a surgeon, for example, I can imagine it would be useful having an eyepiece giving you real-time data while you’re in the middle of the operation. But when it comes to being something that the average person will wear with them at all times, it is just not going to work. I saw a guy wearing Google Glass in public about a month ago and I immediately wanted to kick sand in his face despite the fact that I’m a giant nerd myself. The device just looks completely ridiculous and there’s no amount of design adjustments that can change that very basic and indisputable fact. More →
Remember all the recent reports saying that while the iPhone 7 won’t have an OLED display, it’s likely that Apple will come out with an OLED iPhone by 2018? Now, there’s one more hint that Apple’s iPhone is about to go OLED when it comes to screen technology: LG confirmed that it will invest no less than $8.4 billion in a new OLED plant that seems to suggest the Korean giant is preparing for a big boost in demand for OLED displays. More →
Virtual private networks (VPNs) are supposed to help users protect their online privacy. VPN services obfuscate the user’s real IP address by routing traffic through other international servers. There are plenty of online companies who offer free or paid access to VPN subscriptions that many users rely on to avoid geofences (read: access Netflix U.S. content from anywhere in the world), download pirated content or just to simply mask their online activity to enhance privacy protection.
However, a discovery has revealed that VPN services aren’t as secure as you’d think, as a huge security flaw can apparently expose the real IP address of their users.