Football season is almost here, and you can have the best tailgate in the parking lot with this one-day Amazon sale. Save on grills, coolers, chairs, and more from Coleman.Read more…Read more
Now that the second-quarter “earnings season” — when all of the biggest public tech companies spill their financial guts to the public — is over, and it was filled with a lot of weird stories that seemed a little outside of the mold that we normally see. There weren’t any blockbuster product launches, huge advertising beats, wildly surprising numbers (outside… Read More
Anyone shopping for an Amazon Echo Dot a couple of days ago may have spotted that the online retail giant was making its second-generation assistant available free of charge. But the old adage “if it seems too good to be true, it probably is” turned out to be completely accurate. The $49.99 “Audible Promo” discount that led to the device being reduced in price to $0 was a SNAFU — but Amazon is going to make up for it. As noted by EngadgetÂ on Friday, a discount related to Audible results in the Amazon Echo Dot being made available free of… [Continue Reading]Read more
If you thought that free Echo Dot was too good to be true… well, you were right. Amazon is cancelling zero-cost orders for the tiny smart speaker, informing buyers that a “technical error” was responsible for the surprise Audible discount. You won’…Read more
Folks who were meandering their way around Amazon yesterday received a delightful little surprise â€“ a free Amazon Echo Dot. Alas, my friends, the deal for this $50 smart speaker has since expired.
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Need something to watch this weekend? Check out our list of the best new shows and movies to stream this week. On the list: Marvel’s ‘The Defenders,’ ‘Nocturnal Animals,’ and more.
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On this episode of the Week in Geek Podcast, we start with two fascinating tech advances with not-so-great implications for humanity. First, researchers from the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science in Seattle reported this week that they were able to hack smart devices and use them as makeshift sonar systems to track people’s movements, even through walls. The research is designed to raise awareness of a new way to use smart devices for nefarious purposes, but the preventative measures don’t sound very practical.Â Sound-proofing, emitting a jamming signal, or disabling a deviceâ€™s speaker and microphone would… Read More
I didnâ€™t know it was possible to improve upon the handheld white board, but Boogie Board might have done it. This $23 gadget (an all-time low price, by the way) includes a stylus to draw on its LCD display, and will keep its image indefinitely without any power until you hit the erase button, and of course, the â€œpenâ€�â€¦Read more
The Echo Dot, Amazon’s $50 in-home assistant, was briefly free on Amazon today, thanks to an “Audible” discount that got added at checkout. The discount applied to both black and white models, though it now appears people trying to score a free Echo…Read more