The wait is over–Amazon Prime Day 2020 is officially live, but you don’t have to be a Prime subscriber or even shop at Amazon to get amazing deals today. That’s because this has effectively become a precursor to Black Friday, and competing retailers are getting in on the action with steep discounts on games and tech this week. Best Buy is one of those retailers running a big anti-Prime Day sale of its own, and it made the biggest move we’ve ever seen to compete with Amazon by announcing its first Black Friday deals will go live this week.
Select deals from Best Buy’s Black Friday ad have gone live today, and they feature fantastic discounts on laptops, tablets, and 4K smart TVs along with Arcade1Up cabinets. Notably, you can buy a Samsung 70-inch 4K smart TV for $530, down from its usual $750–just in time for next-gen gaming. There’s
A Razer mouse is going to be one of the best acquisitions you can make for your gaming setup – when it comes to the best gaming mouse conundrum, a Razer-shaped solution is a brilliant way to go. While they can often demand a high price of admission, getting one for any discount is a great means to an end, and now is the perfect time to pick such a bargain up with a handful of Razer mice having their prices slashed as part of the Amazon Prime Day gaming deals.
These are pretty good examples of some great PC gaming-focused Amazon Prime Day deals that are going right now, but the three definitively reduced ones are below.
Currently four different Xiaomi phones have 108MP main cameras – these are the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi Note 10 and Mi 10T Pro, all of which are mid-range or premium devices. However we could soon see one of the company’s affordable phones use this super-high-res camera sensor too.
This comes from reliable leaker Digital Chat Station on Weibo, who posted “J17 *, you like 108mp main camera and telephoto macro has [rabbit emojii]”. That message has been mangled in translation, as the original was written in Chinese, but the meaning is clear: Xiaomi has a new phone with the code ‘J17’ which has a 108MP main camera and another sensor paired with a telephoto macro lens. There’s probably no bunny involved though.
The recent Xiaomi Mi 10T had the codename ‘J3’ and most Xiaomi phones have codes
Even as the Mukesh Ambani-controlled Reliance Industries is busy signing new deals for its retail and platforms ventures, the conglomerate’s deal with Google to develop low-cost smartphones is being actively followed by the telecom industry watchers. “We believe we can design an entry-level 4G or even 5G smartphone for a fraction of its current cost. Google and Jio are partnering to build an Android-based smartphone operating system,” Ambani said at the RIL’s 43rd annual general meeting in July.
Despite having a fair good start with its low-cost feature phone – JioPhone – the chances of emulating that success with low-cost smartphones might be difficult. How? Indian handset market is divided into two parts: feature phone users and smartphone users. As per IDC, the average selling price of smartphones in India is about Rs
Buying a cheap gaming chair might seem like a good way to save on your home setup. After all, the best gaming chairs can cost nigh-on $400 for the privilege of somewhere to rest your butt. And with the looming spectre of Amazon Prime Day deals and Black Friday deals likely to offer discounts on a host of PC gaming goodies, you can be sure there will be some cheap gaming chairs on offer.
But what do you need to look out for when picking up a budget gaming seat, where can you make compromises, and what do you absolutely need to avoid?
Considering that you’re likely to be sitting on your gaming throne for many hours it’s worth making sure that it’s something that will be supporting you throughout that time. Though if you go for one of the best gaming desks then at least half the time you
Last year, Teracube released what it called a “sustainable smartphone” meant to combat e-waste with a long warranty and replaceable battery. If you didn’t get that one, you can now get its successor for about a tenth of the price of a new iPhone.
On Tuesday, Teracube announced the follow-up to its environmentally friendly phone that we reviewed earlier this year. It’s called the Teracube 2e and it brings along the promise of a four-year warranty and replaceable battery with slightly less RAM and storage than its predecessor for a noticeably leaner $200 price point.
And if you pre-order now, Teracube is offering an “early-bird special” price of $99 if you just can’t wait for the 2e.
The Teracube 2e is an Android 10 smartphone with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 1.8Ghz octa-core processor. Last year’s model had 6GB
One of the most frustrating things about being a smartphone use is how increasingly difficult it is to get a repair done on your device on your own terms—not to mention at a decent price. But newcomer Teracube is back with a second repairable phone, and besides its exceptional warrant and promise of easy repairs this one is also so cheap it might just convince some to chuck that pricey flagship phone.
With the $200 Teracube 2e, the company’s second Android-powered smartphone, the company is rolling out a more earth-friendly device at a lower price while maintaining a lot of the perks of what makes the Teracube so great. For those who aren’t familiar with the company’s original wallet- and repair-friendly device that debuted last year, Teracube promises a four-year warranty with accidental repair coverage at a flat $40 fee that covers shipping, parts, and labor—regardless of
September has been a wild month for the market. It began with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hitting new records, as Apple AAPL and other big-names continued to climb higher. The market then experienced an ultra fast selloff, with the tech-heavy index falling into correction territory in just several sessions.
Stocks have chopped around since then, and technical traders point to the 50 and 200-day moving averages for levels of resistance and support.
Traders are now betting on the continuation of volatility through the election, which is just five weeks away. The specter of the coronavirus also lingers, even as the U.S. economy and others slowly recover. This is reflected in the improving earnings outlook (also read: Handicapping the Q3 Earnings Season).
Given the historic coronavirus selloff, the fact that the proxy index for the broader market is up 4% in 2020 and 50% off its lows, seems like
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PRTH is the 11th largest merchant acquirer in the US, trades cheap to comps, has returned to growth, and potentially has 2-3x upside from current prices. Many of the headwinds have been cycled and as the market realizes the story should converge to comps.
PRTH has had a challenging 2 years with a damaging change in Mastercard e-commerce standards, accounting revision, and COVID. Since then, multiple things in the story have now changed that deserve a 2nd look. First, the company grew organically and cycled MA/V related subscription e-commerce changes in 4Q. Second, they hired a
For this fall’s phone release season, instead of pushing out a new line of expensive premium phones like Apple and Samsung, HMD/Nokia is focused on taking over the budget phone market with the new Nokia 2.4 and 3.4.
Priced at just $140 and $180 respectively, the Nokia 2.4 and Nokia 3.4 are extremely affordable while still offering a solid list of standard features and decently styling.
Starting with the $140 Nokia 2.4, you get a 6.5-inch HD+ display (1600 x 700), along with a MediaTek Helio P22 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, microSD card slot, and a headphone jack. And