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  • Epson’s 1080p projector, Xbox Live, and more are discounted today

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    We found plenty of great deals today that include big discounts on tons of Amazon hardware, Epson’s 1080p home cinema projector, Sennheiser’s open-back headphones, and more!

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    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • Galaxy Note 9 updated with August 2018 security patch and camera features

    Here’s the lowdown on one of 2018’s most powerful smartphones 💥

    It’s finally here. After relentless leaks, rumors, and more, Samsung’s finally unveiled the Galaxy Note 9.

    Even though we already knew a lot about the phone prior to its official announcement, there’s still plenty to talk about. What colors does it come in? What are the final specs? Were we impressed during our hands-on preview?

    All those questions and more are answered right here, so without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

    The latest Galaxy Note 9 news

    August 17, 2018 — Galaxy Note 9 already getting a software update that adds August 2018 security patch and more slow-mo video options

    The Note 9 won’t officially be released until Augst 24, but even so, Samsung’s already pushing a software update to the phone that adds a couple goodies.

    This update changes the software version number to N960FXXU1ARH5 and allows users to record Super Slow-Mo video for mo…

  • Save $30 on Amazon’s latest streaming hardware, the Fire TV Cube

    This discount won’t last long!

    Amazon currently Fire TV Cube streaming media player for $89.99 today as part of Amazon’s off to college deals. This matches the pre-order discount that Amazon ran when it first announced the hardware and its Prime Day pricing.

    CordCutters did a full review of the Fire TV Cube. Essentially, imagine the way you use an Echo Dot now to control all the wirelessly connected appliances around your home. Then imagine that control plugged into your TV so you can control everything plugged in there with your voice as well. That’s what you get with this new device. It’s a way to turn on the TV, play your favorite DVD, adjust the volume on your home audio system, dim the lights, and get your microwave to cook some popcorn all without moving from the best spot on the couch.

    This is just one of the many items on sale right now. Be sure to check them all out now!

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  • What’s new on Amazon Prime Video for September 2018

    New Amazon Prime Originals abound, including Pete the Cat and Shakespeare’s King Lear.

    Summer’s just about over, but the fall TV schedule is just heating up. September sees the return of the NFL on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday nights, starting with the Minnesota Vikings at the L.A. Rams on Sept. 27. Earlier in the month, however, we’ll see a slew of Amazon Prime Originals, including the return of kid-favorite Pete the Cat, and the premiere of Forever, from Emmy-winning writers Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard.

    And there’s a world of your favorite movies and TV series coming to Amazon Prime Video, free with your Prime subscription. The Original Ghostbusters is back, as is the excellent 2006 adaptation of Miami Vice.

    Get a free Amazon Prime trial today!

    Here’s more on the Amazon Prime Originals coming in September:

    Six Dreams S1: The Prime Original series is a behind-the-scenes look at Spain’s top football league, LaLiga. It follows six contrasting storylines revolving around three pl…

  • Which Amazon Echo should you buy?

    Which Amazon Echo is best for you? I have no idea. But here’s how I’d approach each one.

    I own too many Amazon Echo speakers — from the original Echo to the Echo Dot and the newfangled Echo Show with its screen and camera. Plus there’s the Amazon Tap and Echo Look, which you can’t even buy without an invitation (and you probably shouldn’t but it, for reasons I’ll get into in a second).

    This isn’t a cookie-cutter list of all the Echo speakers and why you should buy them. Hell, a couple I think you probably should stay away from. This is a list of how I see things after having used them all for months and months. Hit the links below to jump on down to the Echo that tickles your fancy.

    Echo Dot
    Echo Dot Kids Edition
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    Echo Spot
    Echo Tap
    Echo Show
    Echo Look

    Echo Dot: The best Amazon Echo for starting out

    Start simple. If you’re just not sure about this whole Alexa thing and really don’t know how much you’ll get out of an Amazon Echo, it’s best to not spen…

  • We’re giving away two stylish Urbanears Lotsen speakers with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Cast, and AirPlay support [US and CAN]

    We’ve given away countless Bluetooth speakers over the years, but if you’re looking for a truly unique speaker, now’s your chance. We’ve partnered with Urbanears to give away two of the company’s ‘Lotsen’ units, which normally cost $199 a piece.
    The L…

  • Google could launch its own Assistant smart display this year

    Assistant-powered displays are a thing now, and they may actually be a pretty good thing. However, Google itself hasn’t announced any smart display products. That could change later this year, according to a new report.

    Sources tell the Nikkei Asian Review that Google is on track to launch an Assistant smart display that would compete with the Amazon Echo Show in time for the holiday season. It will allegedly be part of the Google Home family, offering similar functionality to the new Lenovo smart display. Google reportedly wants to ship 3 million of the devices, which would be a considerable number for smart displays.

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    Google could launch its own Assistant smart display this year was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The Nokia 9 could be announced on August 21

    Nokia’s hyping this up as its “most awaited phone.”

    Thanks to devices like the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6.1, the Nokia brand has been dominating the mid-range smartphone market so far in 2018. In just a few short days, Nokia’s expected to take its sights off budget handsets for a second and talk about its newest flagship device.

    On the official Nokia Mobile Twitter account, the company shared the following:

    We are thrilled to bring you the Nokia smartphones event for one of the most awaited phones on Tuesday 21st August. Stay tuned for more! #Nokiamobile #BringItOn pic.twitter.com/LXgnzguDvm— Nokia Mobile (@Nokiamobile) August 16, 2018
    The teaser image doesn’t reveal much at all about the phone in question, and while Nokia simply states that this mystery device is its “most awaited phone”, our money is on this being the long-awaited Nokia 9.

    Nokia’s last Android flagship, the Nokia 8 Sirocco, was a stunning piece of hardware that felt instantly outdated thanks to its 16:9 displ…

  • 4 ways Android apps make Chromebooks more like Windows PCs

    Google markets Chromebooks as more secure, simpler to use, and easier to maintain than Windows PCs, but Android apps may have changed things.

    Unfortunately for Google (and fortunately for Microsoft), Android apps on the Chrome OS chip away at Chromebooks’ touted advantages. Windows PCs have been the standard for personal computing for decades. Apple’s attempts to subvert Microsoft’s PC dominance with Macs have succeeded in only carving out a tiny niche alongside Redmond’s market dominance.

    Google entered the fray with its browser-focused take on personal computing with Chromebooks in 2011. Despite Microsoft’s disparaging ads mocking its “PC” claims, Chromebook’s have slowly become a Windows PC alternative in schools, small businesses, and with consumers. In fact, Chromebooks overtook Mac shipments in the first quarter of 2016, according to Google.

    Though their small global market share leaves much room for growth, Chromebooks gained a foothold due to their appeal as a solution to …

  • Microsoft Launcher beta update cleans up the feed, lets Cortana read texts

    A sleeker look and text-to-speech for messages are tagging along in the latest beta update.

    Microsoft Launcher beta testers are getting their hands on a fresh set of new features with the Android app’s latest update. Ticking up to version 4.13, today’s update includes a couple of major highlights and some smaller tweaks, including a cleaner feed and Cortana dictation for incoming texts.

    The most visually striking tweaks are to the Launcher Feed, which will no longer show card headers for widgets. This has the effect of delivering a sleeker look with less separation between different widgets. Moving widgets to the feed can also now be done by dragging and dropping them into place.

    Old Feed (left) vs. New Feed (right)

    Cortana integration in Microsoft Launcher is also getting a little smarter, with the ability to read incoming texts aloud for you if you’re busy doing something else. Parents can also use Cortana with the launcher’s family tracking features, with the ability to ask …

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