Month: July 2024

Although we’ve officially said goodbye to Amazon Prime Day the discounts on popular products at Amazon aren’t all gone. Our team of shopping experts is keeping up with any remaining deals still happening, along with continued deals on headphones, laptops, monitors, TVs, and home and kitchen appliances. We are also continuing to scour thousands of Amazon and anti-Prime Day sales so you don’t
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Amazon Prime Day is officially over, but the discounts on popular products at Amazon keep coming. Our shopping experts are finding new sales on items happening today, along with continued deals on headphones, laptops, monitors, TVs, and home and kitchen appliances. We scour thousands of Amazon and anti-Prime Day sales so you don’t have to, finding you the best products for the
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Do you believe in magic? What do you think it looks and feels like? In Dungeons of Hinterberg, magic is uncomfortably real. In the places that it has sprung up, monsters inspired by local folklore have come to life, and otherworldly dungeons have appeared. Quiet mountain towns have become booming centers of industry, and every
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The world has been plunged into darkness. The dead persist violently among the living. What remains of humanity following a cataclysm I helped trigger is now at each other’s throats. I carry my share of the blame, but it’s clear the gods must pay for what they’ve done to us. There’s a path to seeking
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Deadpool & Wolverine is set to bring Hugh Jackman’s Logan and several other members of the Fox X-Men movies into the Marvel Cinematic Universe on July 26. With such a big moment in superhero movie history upon us, we figured what better time than the present to look back at all the X-Men movies and
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2024 US Elections The former tech investor likes the FTC’s Lina Khan and wants to break up Google, citing its liberal bias. In February, about a hundred people gathered at Bloomberg’s Washington, DC, office for a conference hosted by the startup incubator Y Combinator. It was an event with some of the biggest names in
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/ From Apple to Google to Ticketmaster, the Justice Department’s antitrust enforcers have never before been this prolific. By Lauren Feiner, a senior policy reporter at The Verge, covering the intersection of Silicon Valley and Capitol Hill. She spent 5 years covering tech policy at CNBC, writing about antitrust, privacy, and content moderation reform. Share
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/ Plus, in this week’s Installer: Samsung’s first smart ring, Diggnation’s reunion show, a new Apple TV sci-fi show, and much more. By David Pierce, editor-at-large and Vergecast co-host with over a decade of experience covering consumer tech. Previously, at Protocol, The Wall Street Journal, and Wired. Share this story If you buy something from
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