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10 deals you don’t want to miss on Sunday: 50¢ face masks, tons of Purell, MacBook Pro blowout, Prime-only deals, more

Boy Genius Report - 1 hour 15 min ago

We hope all of our readers had a terrific July 4th holiday, and we hope you were all sure to stay safe while you enjoyed socially-distanced gatherings with friends and family. Now, it's time to check out Sunday's best daily deals! Highlights from today's roundup include a terrific opportunity to load up on Purell hand sanitizer starting at $2.50 per bottle (24-pack of Purell, 12-pack of Purell, 3-pack of large Purell bottles), an extremely rare opportunity to get Purell wipes on Amazon (shipping is inflated so these are only for people with an urgent need), Amazon's best-selling 3-ply face masks for $0.50 each, MagiCare KN95 face masks for $3.15 apiece instead of $4.50, a solid $15 on AirPods Pro, a huge sale on every popular Amazon device you can imagine, a big renewed MacBook Pro (2019) blowout for one day only, another one-day sale that slashes the Eufy RoboVac 11S MAX Robot Vacuum Cleaner to its lowest price ever, plus five great bonus deals that are available only to Amazon Prime subscribers. Check out all of today's best bargains below.

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel, 1 Fl Oz (12-Pack): $29.99 for 12 bottles

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel Soft Hands Germs 118mL 4oz (3-Pack): $22.49 for 3 large bottles

GOJ912006CMREA - Purell Hand Sanitizing Wipes: $7.00

Face Mask, Pack of 50: $24.94 ($0.50 / mask)

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel, 1 Fl Oz (24-Pack): $59.99 for 24 bottles

(US Stock) Magicare 4-Ply Mouth Noise Protection Filtration>95%, Compatible with Anti-Fog, Dust…: $62.99 ($3.15 / mask)

Apple AirPods Pro: $234.00

Independence Day Sale on Amazon Devices: $24.99 - $229.99

Up to 26% off Apple 2019 15.4-in MacBook Pros (Renewed): $1,629.99 - $1,899.99

eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 11S MAX, Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin, 2000Pa Super-Strong S…: $169.99

Bonus deals for Prime members

Nakii Water Filter Pitcher - Long Lasting (150 Gallons) | Supreme Fast Filtration and Purificat…: $22.49 for Prime members only

Micropuff Twin Mattress Pad Cover Fitted Quilted - Plush Down Alternative Fiber Fill Breathable…: $21.99 for Prime members only

KeySmart Pro - Compact Key Holder w LED Light & Tile Smart Technology, Track your Lost Keys & P…: $44.99 for Prime members only

Accessories Kit for Nintendo Switch Games Bundle Wheel Grip Caps Carrying Case Screen Protector…: $38.99 for Prime members only

300 Pieces Silver Plastic Plates with Disposable Silverware, Fancy Tableware Sets include 60 Di…: $33.99 for Prime members only

Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

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10 deals you don’t want to miss on Sunday: 50¢ face masks, tons of Purell, MacBook Pro blowout, Prime-only deals, more originally appeared on BGR.com on Sun, 5 Jul 2020 at 07:47:07 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Printen vanaf je Android-smartphone: zo doe je dat

Android Planet - 1 hour 59 min ago

Wist je dat je met een Android-telefoon overal en altijd kunt printen? Je moet er alleen even de instellingen voor induiken. In Android printen is heel simpel en Android Planet… Lees verder op Android Planet

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4 manieren om voor games te betalen in de Play Store

Android Planet - 4 hours 38 min ago

Er staan een heleboel gratis games in Google Play, maar voor sommige spellen moet je de portemonnee trekken. Zo doe je dat.Betalen voor games in Google PlayBetalen voor games in… Lees verder op Android Planet

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Facebook makes education push in India

TechCrunch(CrunchGear) - 4 hours 54 min ago

Facebook, which reaches more users than any other international firm in India, has identified a new area of opportunity to further spread its tentacles in the world’s second largest internet market.

On Sunday, the social juggernaut announced it had partnered with the Central Board of Secondary Education, a government body that oversees education in private and public schools in India, to launch a certified curriculum on digital safety and online well-being, and augmented reality for students and educators in the country.

Through these subjects, Facebook and CBSE aim to prepare secondary school students for current and emerging jobs, and help them develop skills to safely browse the internet, make “well informed choices,” and think about their mental health, they said.

Facebook said that it will provide these training in various phases. In the first phase, more than 10,000 teachers will be trained; in the second, they will coach 30,000 students. The three-week training on AR will cover fundamentals of the nascent technology, and ways to make use of Facebook’s Spark AR Studio to create augmented reality experiences.

“I encourage the teachers and students to apply for the programs commencing on July 6, 2020,” said Ramesh Pokhriyal, Union Minister of Human Resources Development in India, in a statement.

Facebook has in recent years ramped up its efforts to create awareness about the ill side of technology as its platform confronts with misuse of its own services in the country. Last year it partnered with telecom giant Reliance Jio Platforms — in which it would eventually invest $5.7 billion — to launch “Digital Udaan,” the “largest ever digital literacy program” for first-time internet users in the country. India is the biggest market for Facebook by users count.

Instagram’s Guide for Building Healthy Digital Habits, which has been developed in collaboration with the Jed Foundation and Young Leaders for Active Citizenship, aims to help youngsters better understand the “socio-emotional space” they operate in and engage in health conversations.

“I am proud to share that CBSE is the only Board that has introduced the modules of Digital Safety and Online Well-being, Instagram Toolkit for Teens and Augmented Reality. Incorporating technology and digital safety into school curriculum will ensure students are not only gaining knowledge to succeed in the digital economy but also learning and collaborating in a safe online environment,” said Manoj Ahuja, Chairperson of CBSE, in a statement.

The announcement today caps a remarkable week in India that started with New Delhi blocking nearly 60 services developed by Chinese firms over cybersecurity concerns. TikTok, one of the services that has been hit by India’s order, identified Asia’s third-largest economy as its biggest market outside of China.

The service, run by Chinese giant ByteDance, reaches more than 200 million users in India, most of whom live in small towns and cities. TikTok began working with scores of content creators and firms in India last year to populate its short-form video service with educational videos.

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The most-watched movie on Netflix this weekend is a Mark Wahlberg thriller

Boy Genius Report - 10 hours 10 min ago

  • The list of the most-watched movies on Netflix this weekend is topped by an underrated Mark Wahlberg thriller, 2017's Patriots Day which tells the story of the events surrounding the Boston Marathon bombing.
  • Netflix produces regular rankings of the most-watched TV shows and movies on the service. 
  • The rankings include licensed content as well as Netflix originals.

Outside of shooting fireworks at home and enjoying things like a backyard barbecue, hopefully everyone is celebrating and enjoying the Independence Day weekend by staying home as much as possible, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic still wreaking havoc around the country.

Of course, a lot of people no doubt left work early Friday and are enjoying something of a long weekend, so you'll need to be entertained if you're going to stay home all weekend -- something that Netflix, as always, is ready to help make happen. We've already covered the latest rundown of the most-watched TV shows everyone is bingeing at the moment on the streamer -- the current Top 15 shows including everything from Netflix's first German-language series, the critically acclaimed Dark, to shows like Breaking Bad and Space Force -- but for those cinephiles amongst you who want recommendations for movies to check out this weekend, here's our latest look at what films are most popular on Netflix right now.

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Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

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The most-watched movie on Netflix this weekend is a Mark Wahlberg thriller originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 22:51:37 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Bizarrely, the coronavirus has caused a coin shortage in the US

Boy Genius Report - 13 hours 58 min ago

  • Here's another byproduct of the coronavirus pandemic that's unfolding right now and which most people might not even be aware of: The US is experiencing a coin shortage.
  • This is partly a result of the US Mint cutting production amid the pandemic, but retailers are also dealing with a shortage of money as a result of dramatic interruptions in the normal flow of consumers buying things and their money changing hands.
  • This is leading retailers around the country to start posting signs encouraging customers to use exact change or banning payments in cash altogether.

When I pulled up to the drive-thru of a donut place near my apartment today, I was greeted by a sign posted on the menu board outside that I haven't seen anywhere else during the coronavirus pandemic yet. It explained to customers that the US, believe it or not, is actually experiencing a coin shortage right now and to please use exact change if you're not making an electronic payment with something like Apple Pay. Wait, what?

It's true. This is yet another bizarre side effect of the ongoing pandemic, and retailers across the country are increasingly presenting their customers with this same message. Part of the reason has to do with the fact that the US Mint cut its production of coins as part of a protective measure for its workers, something I bet most people didn't even consider. But add to that the fact that the normal flow of commerce has been dramatically curtailed -- such that fewer people than ever are, you know, actually buying things in-person which necessitates physical money changing hands -- and you can begin to see why this is starting to be a problem.

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Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

Trending Right Now:

  1. Hubble just snapped one of its greatest images ever
  2. Trump is trying to push through new stimulus checks – here’s what you need to know
  3. The most-watched movie on Netflix this weekend is a Mark Wahlberg thriller

Bizarrely, the coronavirus has caused a coin shortage in the US originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 19:03:46 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Rocket Lab launch fails during rocket’s second stage burn, causing a loss of vehicle and payloads

TechCrunch(CrunchGear) - 14 hours 11 min ago

Rocket Lab’s ‘Pic or it didn’t happen’ launch on Saturday ended in failure, with a total loss of the Electron launch vehicle and all seven payloads on board. The launch vehicle experienced a failure during the second stage burn post-launch, after a lift-off from the Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on Mahia Peninsula in New Zealand.

The mission appeared to be progressing as intended, but the launch vehicle appeared to experience unexpected stress during the ‘Max Q’ phase of launch, or the period during which the Electron rocket experiences the most significant atmospheric pressure prior to entering space.

Launch video cut off around six minutes after liftoff during the live stream, and rocket was subsequently shown to be falling from its current altitude before the web stream was cut short. Rocket Lab then revealed via Twitter that the Electron vehicle was lost during the second stage burn, and committed to sharing more information when it becomes available.

This is an unexpected development for Rocket Lab, which has flown 11 uneventful consecutive Electron missions since the beginning of its program.

Rocket Lab CEO and founder Peter Beck posted an apology to Twitter, noting that all satellites were lost, and that he’s “incredibly sorry” to all customer who suffered loss of payload today. That includes Canon, which was flying a new Earth imaging satellite with demonstration imaging tech on board, as well as Planet, which had five satellites for its newest and most advanced Earth imaging constellation on the vehicle.

We’ll update with more info about the cause and next steps from Rocket Lab when available.

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How to watch Rocket Lab launch satellites for Canon, Planet and more live

TechCrunch(CrunchGear) - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 20:16

Rocket Lab is launching a rideshare mission today which includes seven small satellites from a number of different companies, including primary payload provider Canon, which is flying a satellite equipped with the camera-maker’s Earth imaging technology, including high-res photo capture equipment. The Electron rocket that Rocket Lab is flying today will also carry five Planet SuperDove Earth-Observation satellites, as well as a CubeSat from In-Space missions.

The launch, which is named ‘Pics or It Didn’t Happen’ is set to take place during a window which opens at 5:19 PM EDT (2:19 PM PDT) and extends until 6:03 PM EDT (3:03 PM EDT), lifting off from Rocket Lab’s Launch Complex 1 on the Mahia Peninsula in New Zealand. To check it out live, tune in directly via Rocket Lab’s website here – the live stream should begin around 15 minutes prior to the opening of the launch window.

This is Rocket Lab’s third flight this year, and while the company is still in the process of developing and testing its rocket booster recovery program, this mission won’t include any booster recovery attempt. This is the company’s 13th Electron flight, and the next planned test in that system’s development is set for flight 17.

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Startups Weekly: Tech unicorns look to IPOs as Lemonade, Accolade boom

TechCrunch(CrunchGear) - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 20:00

Hundreds of tech-oriented startups worth a billion or more dollars had envisioned successful public offerings before the pandemic hit. But new tech listings slowed to nearly nothing this spring as companies have tried to adjust to the profound changes sweeping the world.

Today, more and more companies are back to their previous plans, with Lemonade and Accolade finding an enthusiastic public this week, following Agora’s pop last Friday, as Alex Wilhelm has been covering.

The first big tech IPO this week was in online insurance, the second in health, and despite both being in promising markets, the valuations are quite a bit higher than their business realities to date. Here’s more, from his analysis on Extra Crunch:

Lemonade is being valued at more than 15x the value of its annualized Q1 revenue despite not sporting the gross margins you might expect investors to demand for it to merit that SaaS valuation. And Accolade only expects to grow by about 20% in Q2 2020 compared to its year-ago results while probably losing more money.

But who cares? The IPO market is standing there with open arms today (there’s always another IPO cliché lurking).

The read of this is impossibly simple: However open we thought that the IPO market was before, it is even more welcoming. For companies on the sidelines, like Palantir, Airbnb, DoorDash and Asana, you have to wonder what they are waiting for. Sure, you can raise more private capital like Palantir and DoorDash have, but so what; if you want to defend your valuation, isn’t this the market that was hoped for?

He also takes a look at a few more companies getting ready to file, including banking software company nCino and GoHealth, an insurance portal that was bought by a private equity firm last year, as well as gaming company DoubleDown Interactive. The general trend seems to be that initial stock pricing has stayed more conservative than how public markets are feeling.

Startup survey shows remote is new normal already

“Early-stage startups are confident of re-opening their offices in the wake of the COVID-19 within the next six months,” writes Mike Butcher for TechCrunch this week. “But there will be changes.” Here’s more from our UK-based editor-at-large:

An exclusive survey compiled by Founders Forum, with TechCrunch, found 63% of those surveyed said they would only re-open in either 1-3 months or 3-6 months — even if the government advises [sic] that it is safe to do so before then. A minority have re-opened their offices, while 10% have closed their office permanently. The full survey results can be found here.

However, there will clearly be long-term impact on the model of office working, with a majority of those surveyed saying they would now move to either a flexible remote working model (some with permanent offices, some without), but only a small number plan a “normal” return to work. A very small number plan to go fully “remote.” Many cited the continuing benefits of face-to-face interaction when trying to build the team culture so crucial with early-stage companies.

Title insurance is getting the tech competition it deserves

A lot of people are thinking harder about homeownership as they wait out quarantines — but real estate is still an old-fashioned industry, layered with complexities and surprising costs that can keep a dream purchase out of reach. Title insurance is a great example. A one-time cost to protect buyers and sellers during the closing process, it can extend the purchase process by a month or two, in addition to potentially adding thousands of dollars in costs. But various new regulations and rulings have combined with the larger trends in SaaS to open up the market. Here’s more, in a detailed guest post for Extra Crunch from Ashley Paston of Bain Capital Ventures:

In a very short period of time, we’ve seen startups take advantage of this new, more competitive landscape by offering solutions to streamline the task of getting title insurance. Qualia, for example, offers an end-to-end platform that connects all parties involved in a real estate transaction, so title agents can manage and coordinate all aspects of the process in real time. San Francisco-based States Title, for example, uses a predictive underwriting engine that produces nearly instantaneous title assessment, dramatically reducing the cost and time required to issue a policy. Qualia and States Title are among several companies hoping to revolutionize title insurance and they reflect the two emerging meta-trends.

The first trend, enablement, consists of companies developing technology designed to integrate with incumbent real estate businesses… The second trend, disruption, consists of companies displacing incumbent real estate business altogether.

Image Credits: Black Innovation Alliance

Tech diversity stays in focus

The tech industry has talked about making its opportunities available to all for many years, and struggled to deliver. But more than a month after George Floyd was killed, this time is still feeling different. One example is

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How an asymptomatic coronavirus carrier infected a dozen people, killing one

Boy Genius Report - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 19:39

  • It's not just people who exhibit coronavirus symptoms that can spread COVID-19. Asymptomatic carriers can be contagious, as a fatal case of COVID-19 from California proves once again.
  • A man attended a barbecue party after some restrictions were lifted in California, and he started feeling ill in the days that followed.
  • He tested positive and died of COVID-19 a few days after he received the test result. It is believed that he was infected by an asymptomatic carrier who attended the same event.
  • The asymptomatic person was aware of his positive diagnosis when he went to the party, but he thought he could not infect anyone because he had no symptoms. Nearly a dozen others in attendance at the party were infected.

We've been dealing with the novel coronavirus for nearly six months, but the illness is far from being contained. It's actually just the opposite, as the world is dealing with a massive surge in cases. More than 200,000 people were diagnosed on July 1st, including over 50,000 Americans. Both figures are new records, having surpassed all previous highs. Everyone has heard how dangerous the disease can be, but people still can't stop themselves from engaging in risky behavior that can favor the spread of COVID-19. The latest example comes from California, where an asymptomatic carrier may have infected nearly a dozen people at a party including a 51-year-old man who later died of COVID-19 complications.

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Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

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How an asymptomatic coronavirus carrier infected a dozen people, killing one originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 13:39:20 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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This Week in Apps: India bans Chinese apps, Apple freezes game updates in China, iOS developer backlash continues

TechCrunch(CrunchGear) - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 18:33

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all.

The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 204 billion downloads and $120 billion in consumer spending in 2019. People are now spending three hours and 40 minutes per day using apps, rivaling TV. Apps aren’t just a way to pass idle hours — they’re a big business. In 2019, mobile-first companies had a combined $544 billion valuation, 6.5x higher than those without a mobile focus.

In this Extra Crunch series, we help you keep up with the latest news from the world of apps, delivered on a weekly basis.

This week, we’re tracking the continued ramifications of the in-app purchases incident ignited by Basecamp, which has emboldened more developers to voice their gripes with Apple publicly in the past few days. The app stores are also this week enmeshed in world of politics, ranging from the India-China border dispute to apps impacted by China’s big brother-esque regulations to the latest with Apple’s antitrust probe.

HEADLINES Dozens of Chinese apps banned in India

In a major upset to mobile app businesses competing on a global stage, India this week blocked 59 apps developed by Chinese firms, due to concerns that the apps were engaging in activities that threatened the “national security and defense of India,” according to the Indian government.

The ban itself is a political power move as it follows deadly clashes between Indian and Chinese troops along the disputed Himalayan border in June, which led to the death of at least 20 Indian soldiers on June 16. (China didn’t disclose its casualties.) Indian government officials claimed they had received reports of the apps stealing and transmitting user data in an unauthorized manner to servers outside the country. This is what necessitated the ban, they said.

India’s move could prove to have larger repercussions, as it sets the stage for a world where Chinese internet companies are excluded from key markets. This isn’t something that’s limited to apps, of course. For instance, the  U.S. is rallying its allies to stop using Huawei technologies for 5G. But China’s policies could mean its more successful apps, like TikTok, will lose key markets and therefore, forfeit revenue and power.

  • India’s ban threatens TikTok’s growth in a key market 

The move to ban the Chinese apps in India most notably impacts TikTok. To date, India had been the app’s largest overseas market until now, with some 200M+ users across around 611M lifetime downloads. In the most recent quarter, TikTok and the 58 other banned apps combined, had been downloaded around 330M times. The ban is estimated to impact roughly one in three smartphone users in India, according to research firm Counterpoint.

Google and Apple began to comply with New Delhi’s order on Thursday, to prevent Indian users from accessing the banned apps. In addition, India’s Department of Telecommunications ordered telecom networks and ISPs to block access to those 59 apps immediately.

Kevin Mayer, the chief executive of TikTok, said on Wednesday his app was in compliance with Indian privacy and security requirements and he was looking forward to meeting with various stakeholders in the Indian government to discuss.

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You can hire this UV-blasting robot to destroy coronavirus for you

Boy Genius Report - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 18:06

  • A UV-blasting robot can disinfect entire rooms and deactivate coronavirus on surfaces.
  • The robots are built by a company in Texas, and are available to hospitals and clinics that need rapid disinfection.
  • The bots aren't available to consumers, but they may spawn a new demand for such machines designed specifically for at-home use.

The novel coronavirus pandemic has impacted most industries in a negative way. Downtime is bad for business, of course, and a lot of companies have been forced to deal with at least some level of slowdown or even complete closures. The flip side of the coin is that the pandemic has actually sparked a need for new services that were previously not widely sought-after.

A company called Xenex is now offering the services of its LightStrike robots to disinfect large areas using the power of UV light. The service, called StrikeForce (you gotta love these names) claims to be able to rid services of active coronavirus within two minutes. That's a pretty impressive claim, and Xenex also boasts that when used in a hospital or clinic setting, it can reduce infection rates of bacteria and other microbes by up to half.

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Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

Trending Right Now:

  1. Hubble just snapped one of its greatest images ever
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  3. The most-watched movie on Netflix this weekend is a Mark Wahlberg thriller

You can hire this UV-blasting robot to destroy coronavirus for you originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 12:06:06 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Android-nieuws #27: Forse update voor WhatsApp en Ziggo kijken op Android TV

Android Planet - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 16:34

Op Android Planet lees je dagelijks alle nieuwtjes uit de Android-wereld. Als je afgelopen week niet alles hebt kunnen volgen of alleen de belangrijkste dingen wil meekrijgen, is dit overzicht voor jou.… Lees verder op Android Planet

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Trump is trying to push through new stimulus checks – here’s what you need to know

Boy Genius Report - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 16:33

  • There may finally be an official stimulus check update soon, with Congress appearing increasingly likely to take action on a new stimulus package later this month.
  • The latest indication of that being the case came in an interview South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham gave on the Fox morning show Fox & Friends, in which the staunch Trump ally said he fully supports the Senate taking action on a new stimulus package in a matter of weeks.
  • This comes, of course, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage, with its effect on public health continuing to drastically worsen -- and create massive tremors in the economy, as a result.

South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham was emphatic in a new interview on the Fox weekday morning show Fox & Friends, leaving no doubts about where he stands on the prospect of Congress taking action on a new stimulus bill. "Just as soon as we get back, we need to get off our ass and get this done," Graham said, referring to the Senate's return from a two-week recess. "The bottom line here is we've got an opening, take it, it may not last."

Graham happens to be one of President Trump's closest allies in the Senate, and his support for quick stimulus action is yet another sign that the president's assurance regarding a new round of stimulus checks was more than mere bluster. It's a prospect, of course, that also comes against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic that continues to exact a terrible cost from the US -- in terms of both public health as well as its devastating economic fallout, which is necessitating all this talk of stimulus in the first place.

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Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

Trending Right Now:

  1. Hubble just snapped one of its greatest images ever
  2. The most-watched movie on Netflix this weekend is a Mark Wahlberg thriller
  3. How an asymptomatic coronavirus carrier infected a dozen people, killing one

Trump is trying to push through new stimulus checks – here’s what you need to know originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 10:33:03 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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July 4th sales 2020: All the best deals and freebies from restaurants across the US

Boy Genius Report - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 15:01

  • July 4th sales are in full swing and there are tons of bargains out there to be found, so here we're going to focus on food deals and freebies available from restaurant chains across the country.
  • There are plenty of great discounts to be found as well as some free add-ons with certain purchases.
  • Since the novel coronavirus is obviously a barrier for everyone this year, most of the deals are available for takeout or even delivery.

July 4th holiday is all about celebrating America's freedom, but it's not easy to feel free with all of the restrictions we have to deal with right now. Needless to say, it is of the utmost importance that we remain vigilant despite the urge to let loose a bit. The COVID-19 pandemic is worse right now in the United States than it has ever been in the past few months, and we continue to set new case number records each day. The only way to fight the spread of this potentially deadly disease is to wear face masks every time we go out, practice social distancing, and constantly wash our hands since good hygiene is a must. Yes, all that will put a damper on your Fourth of July plans, but it'll also save lives. And if it's any consolation, there are tons of deals out there to take advantage of this year for the holiday.

12-packs of Purell hand sanitizer and 24-packs of Purell that are actually in stock right now at Amazon are the hottest item of the weekend. You can also score Amazon's best-selling 3-layer face masks for 50¢ each or popular MagiCare KN95 masks on sale for under $3 each. But July 4th is all about food and enjoying yourself, so let's also discuss the best deals you can find this weekend from restaurants across the country.

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Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

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  1. Hubble just snapped one of its greatest images ever
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July 4th sales 2020: All the best deals and freebies from restaurants across the US originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 09:01:39 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more

Boy Genius Report - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 13:48

Happy July 4th, bargain hunters! We hope that everyone out there has some fun plans lined up today, but we also hope you're all taking extra precautions because of the novel coronavirus situation across the US. You know what's safer than going to a barbeque with lots of other people? Scoring awesome deals online! Highlights from today's roundup include a ton of Purell hand sanitizer that's actually in stock right now (24-pack of Purell, 12-pack of Purell, 3-pack of large Purell bottles), and even rarer opportunity to get Purell wipes (shipping is inflated so these are only for people with an urgent need), Amazon's best-selling 3-ply face masks for $0.50 each, Amazon's best-selling KN95 face masks for $2.14 each, $15 off AirPods Pro, other popular true wireless earbuds with a wireless charging case and 28,000 5-star reviews for just $31.99, a massive sale on every popular Amazon device you can think of, another big Independence Day sale on more than 450 home and kitchen products, and five awesome bonus deals available only to Amazon Prime members. Check out all of today's unmissable deals down below.

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel, 1 Fl Oz (24-Pack): $54.99 for 24 bottles

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel, 1 Fl Oz (12-Pack): $29.99 for 12 bottles

Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel Soft Hands Germs 118mL 4oz (3-Pack): $22.49 for 3 large bottles

GOJ912006CMREA - Purell Hand Sanitizing Wipes: $7.00

Face Mask, Pack of 50: $24.94 ($0.50 / mask)

(US Stock) Magicare 4-Ply Mouth Noise Protection Filtration>95%, Compatible with Anti-Fog, Dust…: $42.80 ($2.14 / mask)

Apple AirPods Pro: $234.00

TOZO T10 Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Earbuds with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof TWS Stereo…: $31.99

Independence Day Sale on Amazon Devices: $24.99 - $229.99

Independence Day Home & Kitchen Deals: 460 Different Deals

Bonus deals for Prime members

Nakii Water Filter Pitcher - Long Lasting (150 Gallons) | Supreme Fast Filtration and Purificat…: $22.49 for Prime members only

Micropuff Twin Mattress Pad Cover Fitted Quilted - Plush Down Alternative Fiber Fill Breathable…: $21.99 for Prime members only

KeySmart Pro - Compact Key Holder w LED Light & Tile Smart Technology, Track your Lost Keys & P…: $44.99 for Prime members only

Accessories Kit for Nintendo Switch Games Bundle Wheel Grip Caps Carrying Case Screen Protector…: $34.98 for Prime members only

300 Pieces Silver Plastic Plates with Disposable Silverware, Fancy Tableware Sets include 60 Di…: $33.99 for Prime members only

Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

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10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 07:48:51 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Haal alles uit Google Agenda met deze 6 tips

Android Planet - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 12:54

Met Google Agenda kun je gemakkelijk al je afspraken bijhouden. Met deze handige tips haal je alles uit de kalender-app.Handige Google Agenda-tipsEr staan meer dan genoeg agenda-apps in de Play… Lees verder op Android Planet

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Column: Waar is TikTok in vredesnaam mee bezig?

Android Planet - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 10:21

TikTok was de afgelopen week veel in het nieuws om verschillende privacyzorgen. Maar dat is niet waar ik mij boos over maak. Want wat gebeurt er in vredesnaam met dat… Lees verder op Android Planet

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LG rollable smartphone codename B Project, prototype in the works

Android Community - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 06:00

LG hasn’t ventured into the foldable phone category yet but it may introduce a rollable smartphone in the near future. An early 2021 launch of the said phone can be expected as the other South Korean tech giant has started working on a project. The B Project, as it is called, will feature a device […]

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The Moon is totally metal

Boy Genius Report - Sat, 04/07/2020 - 05:04

  • New readings from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter reveal that the metal content within lunar craters is significantly higher than on the surface. 
  • The findings could reveal a new link between the Moon and Earth and support formation theories.
  • Ongoing research will be directed at craters in different areas to determine if the trend is consistent across the Moon.

When you look at the dusty white and gray surface of the Moon it's hard to know exactly what you're looking at. Here on Earth, the surface is covered in much more colorful soil, sand, or rocks. So what is the Moon's pale surface hiding? According to new research conducted by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, there's apparently a lot more metal on the Moon than was previously thought.

The LRO is a pretty amazing piece of equipment, and it's equipped with a radar that not only reveals some of the interesting geographical features of the Moon's surface but can also offer a hint as to what is lying beneath. NASA says that new evidence points to higher levels of iron and titanium than scientists had realized.

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Today's Top Deals

  1. 10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Purell in stock, Amazon device sale, $32 headphones, Prime-only deals, more
  2. Amazon’s July 4th sale on Roku TVs and Fire TVs will blow you away
  3. Today’s best deals: Purell sanitizer, 50¢ face masks, Purell wipes, Lysol spray, smart TV blowout, AirPods Pro, more

Trending Right Now:

  1. Hubble just snapped one of its greatest images ever
  2. Trump is trying to push through new stimulus checks – here’s what you need to know
  3. The most-watched movie on Netflix this weekend is a Mark Wahlberg thriller

The Moon is totally metal originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 3 Jul 2020 at 23:04:12 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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