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Common signs of coronavirus in children to watch out for

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The CDC said in recent days that a coronavirus vaccine may not be recommended for children at first, guidance that seems related to the fact that most of the drugmakers working on a vaccine have only been testing it on adults. "However, clinical trials continue to expand those recruited to participate," the CDC notes, hinting that the trials could encompass children down the line. However, immunologist Sallie Permar, MD, PhD, recently told the Association of American Medical Colleges that “A pediatric vaccine would not only help children -- it will be the basis of eventually eliminating COVID-19 in our population." Which is the same reason that the American Association of Pediatrics penned a letter this month to the Food and Drug Administration, which includes the following: “It is counter to the ethical principle of distributive justice to allow children to take on great burdens during this pandemic but not have the opportunity to benefit from a vaccine … because they have not been included in vaccine trials."

For now, knowing the coronavirus symptoms that can present themselves in children will be the key to keeping young people safe. Along those lines, a team of researchers from the UK -- including researchers from the data science company Zoe, as well as King's College London and Guy's and St. Thomas' hospitals -- is out with new data that highlights COVID-19 symptoms at different ages.

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Common signs of coronavirus in children to watch out for originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 20 Oct 2020 at 19:32:44 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 20th 2020, 7:44 pm

The Pixel 5 was just released and it’s already falling apart

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Google called an audible with the Pixel line this year. The company launched three distinct devices rather than four, and there’s no real flagship this time. Google compromised on the hardware to release a $699 Android device that offers 5G connectivity. That’s still a high price to pay for Google’s best phone this year, considering what’s available from Apple. For $399 or $599, you can get an iPhone 11 with a processor that’s significantly better than the Snapdragon 765G. For $829, you can get the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 that will run laps around the Pixel 5. Then on Android, you have the $749 OnePlus 8T or Samsung’s $699 Galaxy S20 FE.

While Google failed to compete on hardware with the Pixel 5, we still expected the phone to feature a build quality worthy of flagship status. But then we learned of another significant compromise that Google made with the Pixel 5. The rear-facing shell is made of metal and features a large cutout on the back to make wireless charging possible. That's not a problem yet, but Pixel 5 owners have run into an unexpected issue: The Pixel 5 is breaking apart.

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October 20th 2020, 7:44 pm

The CDC just gave everyone an excuse to skip Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner and that means homes filled with happy, healthy people eating good food and not talking about politics or anything like that. Wait, sorry, I zoned out for a second there. What I meant to say was OMG THANKSGIVING IS ALMOST HERE... RUN.

As if dealing with opinionated relatives during an election year wasn't stressful enough already, we're in the middle of a global pandemic. Just being around relatives you haven't seen in months can be nerve-wracking as none of us know where the other has been, what precautions they've been taking, and whether or not the green bean casserole is served with a side of COVID-19. Thankfully, the CDC is here to help, and they're basically giving us all an excuse to get out of Thanksgiving gatherings almost entirely.

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The CDC just gave everyone an excuse to skip Thanksgiving originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 20 Oct 2020 at 18:34:28 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 20th 2020, 6:43 pm

Several Apple Watch SE owners have reported overheating issues

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On September 15th, Apple hosted its first fall hardware reveal event of the season, primarily to announce the Apple Watch Series 6 as well as the more affordable Apple Watch SE. Reviews were positive for both devices, but a highly concerning issue with the SE is being reported. According to a Reddit post, there have been six confirmed instances of Apple Watch SE models overheating between October 10th and October 19th, all in South Korea.

As the Reddit post explains, the reported incidents all occurred with 40mm Apple Watch SE models, including Silver, Space Gray, and Nike. Everyone who was allegedly affected by this overheating issue points to the same spot, which an iFixit teardown reveals is above the display connectors and between the Taptic Engine and digital crown. Notably, the spot that appears to be overheating on the Apple Watch SE is not near the battery.

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October 20th 2020, 6:13 pm

Last chance to pre-order the completely redesigned Echo Dot and get an Amazon Smart Plug for $10

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The 3rd-generation Echo Dot is one of Amazon's best-selling devices of all time, and it's pretty easy to see why. At just $40, it's a remarkably affordable way to put Alexa in any room of your home. Now, after years of seeing Dots with pretty much the same design, Amazon is about to give the Echo Dot its biggest redesign ever.

That's right, the 4th-gen Echo Dot is just two days away from being released!

Amazon's next-generation Echo Dot features a bold new round design that lets it project higher-quality sound much more efficiently. It also has better voice command detection and a more powerful processor. Despite all the big changes and improvements, Amazon is keeping the new Echo Dot's price steady at $49.99 — but there's an awesome pre-order deal that sweetens the pot even more. Pick up a new Dot today or tomorrow before the official release date on Thursday and you can add a wildly popular Amazon Smart Plug for just $10!

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Last chance to pre-order the completely redesigned Echo Dot and get an Amazon Smart Plug for $10 originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 20 Oct 2020 at 16:38:24 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 20th 2020, 5:59 pm

The darkest days of the coronavirus pandemic are yet to come, top disease expert warns

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When the coronavirus pandemic first began sweeping across the country in March, many people assumed that life would return to normal after a few short months. Unfortunately, the U.S. hasn't even come close to defeating the coronavirus over the past seven months. A look at the current coronavirus data is beyond sobering, to say the least.

Just this past weekend, more than 10 states reported a record-breaking number of coronavirus infections. Wisconsin, in particular, has been especially ravaged by the coronavirus in recent weeks. On Monday, the cheese state reported more than 7,500 new coronavirus cases, a figure that's three times higher than the number of new cases the state reported just four weeks prior.

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October 20th 2020, 5:59 pm

These are the most hated states in America, and #1 is not a surprise

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How much do you love your home state? How much do you hate other states? For most of us, it's something we probably don't think about that often, but the folks at BestLife? Well, they're on top of it, and they've crunched the numbers to come up with a ranking of the 50 U.S. states based on how much they are hated.

The "Hatred Index" that BestLife came up with is based on a number of factors, including surveys where residents expressed how much (or little) pride they had in their state, how many people are moving into or out of the state, and a poll where people picked which state they hate the most, whether it was their own home state or a different one.

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October 20th 2020, 5:59 pm

iOS 14.2 beta 4 now available on iPhone for developers

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Hours after Apple rolled out iOS 14.1 to the public, the newest beta is now available for developers. iOS 14.2 beta 4 was pushed out on Tuesday afternoon, and while we don't know what it includes quite yet, we can assume it will bring the same 10-bit HDR video playback support as iOS 14.1. We already know iOS 14.2 also features a Shazam button in the Control Center, revamped AirPlay 2 controls, and new emoji characters.

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October 20th 2020, 4:45 pm

You won’t believe how much longer Dr. Fauci says we’ll have to wear coronavirus face masks

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As the coronavirus continues to spread like wildfire across the country, it's become overwhelmingly clear that the world isn't going to return to normal for quite some time. If anything, the next few weeks, according to medical experts, could prove to be worse than anything we've seen yet. Especially with colder weather already hitting most areas of the country, not to mention the arrival of flu season, it stands to reason that we're going to see a massive spike in new coronavirus infections and associated deaths over the next 2-3 months.

To this point, Michael Osterholm, a prominent infectious disease doctor who works at the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, said that the next 6 to 12 weeks "are going to be the darkest of the entire pandemic."

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October 20th 2020, 4:00 pm

Amazon’s blowing out best-selling Aukey headphones and accessories starting at $9, today only

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Prime Day has come and gone after being delayed for so long, but you undoubtedly still have a bunch of holiday shopping left to take care of. If that's the case, you'll definitely want to check out Amazon's big one-day sale on Aukey headphones and audio accessories.

Like Anker, Aukey is a brand that has become widely known for selling high-quality products at rock bottom prices. But on Tuesday, those rock-bottom prices sink even lower thanks to a huge one-day Gold Box sale at Amazon. Prices start at just $9.09 for an Aukey FM transmitter that lets you play music from your smartphone in cars that don't have auxiliary inputs, and Aukey true wireless earbuds start at just $20.99. Those aren't cheapo earphones, mind out — they have a whopping 8,000 5-star reviews on Amazon. You can also upgrade to Aukey true wireless noise cancelling earbuds for just $44.99.

Shop the entire Aukey sale right here on Amazon to see all the deals, and you can check out a few of our favorites down below.

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October 20th 2020, 3:28 pm

This breathtaking LG OLED TV is down to the lowest price ever at Amazon

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You know that stunning LG OLED TV you've been drooling over but told yourself you wouldn't buy because it's priced out of your reach? Well, a crazy sale on Amazon just slashed $503 off the price tag, dropping it to the lowest price ever. As they say, it's now or never!

Treat yourself to the deepest blacks and vivid colors that only the LG OLED55CXPUA 55" 4K Smart OLED TV can provide. This $2,000 TV has all the bells and whistles you might need in addition to that incredible LG OLED display. It even has Alexa built right in, as well as the class-leading webOS smart TV platform and LG's beloved Magic Remote.

Thanks to Amazon's huge $503 discount, this incredible TV that was just released in 2020 can be yours for $1,496.99! If that price looks familiar to anyone out there who has been tracking this TV and just waiting for the perfect opportunity to pick one up, it's because this discounted sale price for the 55-inch model is the same price LG charges for the much smaller 48-inch model. How crazy is that?

There's no way this deal is going to last very long, so definitely hurry up or you'll almost certainly miss out.

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October 20th 2020, 2:58 pm

This is the most terrifying coronavirus prediction we’ve seen

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For months, we've heard scary predictions about a tough fall and winter being in store for the US as a result of the country not getting a strong-enough handle on our coronavirus outbreak. Just a few weeks ago, White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said we all need to plan to "hunker down" for the final months of the year, based on how nasty things are expected to get.

Well, now it seems that time is almost at hand. A closely watched coronavirus model that tracks the outbreak is predicting a nearly 80% surge in coronavirus deaths between now and February, according to data from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

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October 20th 2020, 2:58 pm

The perfect Christmas gift for anyone on your list is $170 at Amazon, today only

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How many times have you told yourself that you want to learn another language? Well, now is your chance to finally make it happen — and you'll save a ton of cash in the process.

Amazon is running the perfect one-day sale for the holiday season, shaving a whopping 53% off the price of the wildly popular Rosetta Stone Bonus Pack Bundle with Lifetime Online Access. This awesome bundle with unlimited lifetime online access typically sells for $319, but right now it's on sale for just $149. That is an unbeatable deal!



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This awesome Rosetta Stone bundle comes in five different languages including Spanish, French, German, Italian, and English. But if you want to learn even more languages, you'll get unlimited access to 24+ using the bundled online access. Learn one or learn them all, you'll never pay another penny thanks to this awesome sale.

Whether you're planning your next vacation or a honeymoon, this is the perfect gift to surprise your husband, wife, or family member. Rather than just pointing to items on a menu that you think you understand while you're on your trip, you'll be able to speak more fluently. Being cultured will only help to improve your business and traveling skills.

Everyone wants to learn another language or brush up on a language they learned back in school, so this is the perfect Christmas or Chanukah present for just about anyone on your list. The only bad news is that Amazon's deep discount on Rosetta Stone Bonus Pack Bundle with Lifetime Online Access only lasts until the end of the day on Tuesday, so you'll need to hurry or you might miss out.

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October 20th 2020, 2:58 pm

If you have any of these spices in your pantry, there’s a big recall so throw them out

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I don't know if it's simply the fact that the pandemic has made us all more acutely aware of microscopic dangers, but it sure feels like there's been an increase in the number of food products being recalled over the fear of various contaminates recently. Peaches, onions, and various meats have all been recalled over concerns that they could make you sick, and now a pair of new recalls over seasoning made by two separate companies have been added to the growing list.

The two recalls — one by Red Monkey Foods, Inc. linked to parsley, and the other by Sauer Brands, Inc. linked to cinnamon, black pepper, and several other spices — have been initiated because the products may be tainted with Salmonella.

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October 20th 2020, 2:58 pm

iOS 14.1 now available with support for 10-bit HDR video playback

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Apple has released the first major update for iOS 14 ahead of the iPhone 12's release date on Friday. The big addition of this update is support for 10-bit HDR video playback and editing on all iPhone 8 and newer devices, but it also features a number of bug fixes for widgets, emails, calls, UI problems, and more.

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October 20th 2020, 1:14 pm

Turn water from any faucet or garden hose into filtered water with Sawyer’s $40 TAP

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The LifeStraw portable water filter is one of the most popular products on Amazon ahead of the holidays each year, and it sold out fast during Prime Day 2020. Using this great portable filter, you can turn just about any water you come across into potable water that's safe and refreshing. It's basically a portable Brita filter!

Speaking of Brita filters, so many people use the company's popular pitchers at home so they can drink tap water without worrying about all the contaminants. But what if we told you there's a much better way and you'll never have to wait for your water to filter again? You definitely need to check out the brand new TAP Water Filter from Sawyer, which is available right now at Amazon for just $39.95.



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Sawyer is known far and wide for its best-in-class water filter products, but this new model might be our favorite one yet. Just attach it to any threaded faucet in your home and you instantly have filtered water without having to wait for a pitcher. How well does it filter, you ask? According to Sawyer, the TAP removes 99.99999% of all bacteria including salmonella and E. coli,  99.9999% of all protozoa like giardia, and 100% of microplastics. It doesn't get any better than that.

This compact little filter attaches to any faucet or garden hose spigot using the included adapters, and there's also an extension hose you can use in shallow sinks. According to Sawyer, it can filter up to 500 gallons of water per day, and it'll last up to 10 years if you follow the manufacturer's care instructions. It's definitely time to ditch the pitcher.

It's so simple to use, as all you have to do is attach it to start filtering. There's no waiting like you do with a Brita filter water pitcher. Plus, being able to use it indoors or outdoors really makes this worthwhile. But don't take our word for it. Here are the product details from the Amazon page.

Sawyer TAP Water Filter - $39.95


A Sawyer Portable Water Filter filtering water outdoors. Image source: Amazon


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October 20th 2020, 12:57 pm

This serious new coronavirus complication is puzzling doctors

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Surviving a novel coronavirus infection is just the first battle against the pathogen. Most people recover from COVID-19, but the survival rate doesn't show that many people who survive the illness aren't done fighting coronavirus complications even after the virus clears. This “Long COVID” phenomenon has been widely observed, with plenty of COVID-19 patients battling symptoms for weeks to months after testing negative for SARS-CoV-2. Clearing the virus often leaves the body in a world of hurt, and some people need additional therapy to get back to their normal selves. More recently, doctors have observed that adults are also likely to experience a post-COVID syndrome that was first diagnosed in children. That’s the MIS-A version of MIS-C, and both of them can be deadly. It’s unclear whether MIS-A and Long COVID have any direct relationship.

New reports indicate that doctors are now trying to figure out a particularly annoying symptom of Long COVID, one that bothers some patients for months after the initial infection. That’s the so-called “brain fog” phenomenon that can be quite serious for some people.

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October 20th 2020, 12:57 pm

Dr. Fauci reveals whether or not he thinks we need more coronavirus lockdowns

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The U.S. is currently in the midst of a huge coronavirus surge the likes of which we haven't seen since July. Over the past few days, several states have reported a record-breaking number of new coronavirus infections. What's more, the cumulative number of coronavirus cases across the country has shot up by 30% over the last two weeks alone.

Unfortunately, the current situation is likely to get worse before it gets better due to colder weather and the arrival of flu season. With indoor gatherings accounting for a disproportionate number of coronavirus cases, experts are anticipating an even greater surge in new infections once people start staying inside for longer periods of time come November and December.

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October 20th 2020, 12:57 pm

This one simple thing is 20 times more likely to cure insomnia than anything else

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Countless people out there have difficulty sleeping. I should know since I'm one of them. Problems can run the full gamut from occasional troubles falling asleep or waking up early on occasion to full-blown insomnia that makes people feel completely helpless. A full night of restful sleep is absolutely crucial in so many ways, and it impacts everything from energy levels the following day to overall health. That's right — a lack of sleep has been shown in many studies to have the potential to cause serious health problems.

Plenty of studies look to shed light on potential cures for insomnia, but there's one recent study in particular that we want to draw your attention to. It's a peer-reviewed study by researchers in Sweden that was recently published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, and it's an intriguing read from start to finish. If you'd rather skip to the end, here's the key takeaway: The researchers found that a simple weighted blanket is 20 times more likely to cure a person's sleepless nights than any other sleep aid that was tested.

Weighted blankets are hugely popular and now you know why. Not only do they work, but they work far better than anything else on the market right now. Looking to find out for yourself just how helpful a high-quality weighted blanket can be? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Three of Amazon's best-selling and highest-rated weighted blankets can be found below, including the beloved YnM Weighted Blanket that comes in 14 different size and weight combinations and has more than 16,000 5-star reviews. There's even a coupon that'll save you $40 on the beloved RELAX EDEN Adult Weighted Blanket with Removable, Washable Duvet Cover!

YnM Weighted Blanket


A woman wrapped in a weighted blanket.

While this comes in 14 different sizes to match you and your lifestyle the best, the fact that it has glass beads that help set your temperature is what makes this really wearable. Now you won't feel too hot or cold while you're using it.



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COMHO Weighted Blanket


A woman laying in bed with a weighted blanket.

This is an extremely durable blanket that will be with you for many years. It is breathable with nanoceramic beads that won't even let others hear you moving and will calm your body if you toss and turn.



COMHO Weighted Blanket Cotton Cooling Heavy Blanket 20 lbs,60''x80'',Queen Size

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RELAX EDEN Adult Weighted Blanket


The RELAX EDEN Weighted Blanket that comes with a washable duvet cover.

It is hypoallergenic, so anybody can use this blanket. Plus, it's perfect to use all times of the year, as it's good for the winter and breathable enough for the summer.



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October 20th 2020, 12:57 pm

iPhone 12 reviews: A huge upgrade, but the best new feature useless right now

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This year is different when it comes to buying the latest iPhone, and it’s not just because of the novel coronavirus pandemic that forced Apple to delay its releases. One thing that makes the iPhone 12 launch unique was Apple’s decision to introduce four distinct iPhone 12 models this year, including iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. All the handsets feature a brand new design, they run on the same powerful A14 chip, they all support 5G networks, and they feature OLED screens with tiny bezels. The handsets come in various colors and prices start at just $699 (with carrier offers). This makes choosing a new iPhone a bit more difficult than in previous years, and the first wave of Apple's iPhone 12 release proves that. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are nearly identical handsets that are similar when it comes to specs and design. The Pro has a stainless steel frame, more storage, and two additional camera sensors on the back that will offer additional features and improved AR experiences (at some point down the road) — but you’ll have to pay $200 more for the Pro.

The first iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 reviews are now out, and they could help you choose the right iPhone 12 version for you. Mind you, the Pro is mostly sold out for the moment so if you want a new iPhone right away, the decision might be made for you.

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October 20th 2020, 11:11 am

Today’s top deals: Lysol spray, 3M N95 masks, 15% off MyQ smart garage opener, $21 headphones, Bose

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We've got some tremendous daily deals for you to check out on Tuesday, and it all starts with a rare opportunity to pick up coronavirus-killing Lysol Disinfectant Spray at the lowest price we've seen in months. Other top deals in Tuesday's roundup include FDA-authorized Powecom KN95 face masks that NIOSH tested and confirmed for just $2.61 each, the lowest price we've seen for 3M N95 masks since the pandemic began if you're willing to buy in bulk, an actual discount on Purell hand sanitizer that's in stock right now, AirPods Pro back down to Prime Day's price of just $199, wildly popular TP-Link Kasa Smart Plugs for just $7.50 apeice when you clip the coupon on Amazon, 15% off the awesome MyQ smart garage door opener that lets you control your garage with your smartphone or voice, $503 off a stunning LG OLED 4K smart TV that's new for 2020, deep discounts on Aukey true wireless earbuds starting at just $20.99, a massive one-day discount on Rosetta Stone with lifetime online access, a $40 TAP water filter that lets you ditch your Brita pitcher forever, Bose's best-selling Solo 5 soundbar for $199, $50 off Bose QC35 noise cancelling headphones, an Amazon Smart Plug for just $10 when you pre-order the totally redesigned Echo Dot, 38% off the LeCruset Oval Dutch Oven everyone loves, and more. Check out all of today's best bargains below.



Lysol 2284 Crisp Linen Spray, 4 PACK, blue

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Apple AirPods Pro

$199.00
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3M 8210 N95 Classic Disposable Particulate Cup Respirator, Standard (8 Boxes of 20)

$1,049.99 ($6.56 / mask)
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Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case

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Apple AirPods with Charging Case (Wired)

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LG OLED55CXPUA Alexa Built-In CX 55" 4K Smart OLED TV (2020)

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AUKEY FM Transmitter, Radio Adapter Car Kit with USB Car Charger, Compatible with Smartphones

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Sawyer Products SP134 TAP Water Filtration System, Fits Faucets & Hose Bibs

$39.95
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Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System with Universal Remote Control, Black

$199.00
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$299.00
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Bose Home Speaker 300, with Amazon Alexa built-in, Black

$199.00
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Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Signature Oval Dutch Oven, 3.5 qt., Cerise

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All-new Echo Dot (4th Gen) + Amazon Smart Plug | Charcoal

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October 20th 2020, 11:11 am

We’ll know by the end of the day if we’re getting more $1,200 stimulus checks

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We are now exactly two weeks away from the November election, and yet we still don't know whether or not another major stimulus package is going to be passed. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have been trying to reach a deal for weeks on end, and at long last, there finally appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel. According to Pelosi's deputy chief of staff, the two "continued to narrow their differences" in a call this Monday, and now committee chairs are cutting deals with their GOP counterparts on key elements of the bill.

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October 20th 2020, 10:08 am

The greatest smart home gadget you’ve never heard of sold out on Prime Day – now it’s back for $34

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Prime Day 2020 was huge last week, with thousands of deep discounts available on just about every type of popular product you can think of. Of course, there were a few deals in particular that people gravitated toward more than anything else. Examples include Apple's AirPods Pro, which are still on sale right now at their $199 Prime Day Price, and FDA-authorized Powecom KN95 face masks that NIOSH says work even better than most 3M N95 masks. They're also still on sale with Prime Day 2020's deep 42% discount, so you can pick them up for just $2.61 each.

In addition to those best-sellers, there's one more deal that flew off Amazon's virtual store shelves last week during Prime Day — and this deal is on a product you might not have even heard of. It's called the MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener, and it might be the best smart home purchase you ever make.

This great little gadget installs in 10 or 15 minutes and it lets you control your garage door right from your smartphone. Whether you never want to worry again about wondering if you remembered to close it as you rushed to work or you're just sick and tired of dealing with that annoying keypad that never seems to work on the first try, the MyQ is an awesome purchase. It also works with Amazon's Key service for in-garage deliveries, and you can get a $30 Amazon credit if you enter the promo code KEY30 when placing your first Amazon Key order.

The MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener is back in stock right now after having sold out on Prime Day, and it's also 15% off for a limited time. If you take advantage of that Amazon Key promotion, you're basically getting a MyQ for $3.99!

MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener - $33.99



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October 20th 2020, 9:54 am

These USA-made face masks work just as well as 3M N95 masks for only $1.80 each

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N95 masks are still the gold standard in respiratory protection, and we have some important news on that front. Head over to Amazon right now and you'll find 3M N95 masks, Moldex N95 masks, Honeywell N95 masks, and more in stock. It's extremely rare that N95 masks from top brands like these are actually in stock on Amazon, and even more rare that they're available for anyone to order instead of just hospitals and government agencies. These masks are definitely some of the best ones out there — but there's a big caveat.

The problem with N95 masks is that they cost a fortune right now, but there's another option that's just as good for much less money. Powecom KN95 face masks are currently the only KN95 masks on Amazon that are FDA-authorized for medical use. They were tested by NIOSH and found to filter up to 99.2% of small airborne particles, so they work even better than most top N95 masks. They're even on sale with a huge 42% discount right now, so you'll only pay $2.61 per mask.

Looking for COVID-19 protection that's just as good but far more affordable than all those masks? We found a terrific new option that you should definitely check out.

Anyone who hasn't yet heard of Bluegrass Masks Multi-Layer Face Masks before is definitely not alone. We had never heard of them ourselves until we stumbled upon them while digging for deals. As it turns out, however, they're a fantastic option for anyone looking for protection from the novel coronavirus, and they cost far less than any N95 face masks you'll come across.

The first thing you need to know about these face masks is that they're made right here in the USA instead of in China, which is where most alternatives to N95 masks are made. There's nothing wrong with masks made in China as long as they're FDA-authorized, of course, but many people will be happy to have a USA-made option that works just as well. The manufacturer had these masks tested at an independent lab and found that they filter up to 97.4% of 3-micron particles. That's even better performance than some 3M N95 face masks, though it's important to note that these masks have not been tested by NIOSH or authorized by the FDA.



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And last but not least, you can get masks that are much less expensive for low-risk situations like when you're around other people but outdoors and socially distanced. Jointown 3-ply masks are the best-selling option on Amazon and they're on sale right now at a new all-time low price — just $0.23 each. You can also pick up similar black 3-ply face masks for $0.28 apiece.



Jointown Face Mask, Pack of 50 (5081)

$11.50 ($0.23 / mask)
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50 Pcs Disposable Face Cover 3-Ply Filter Non Medical Breathable Earloop Masks (Black)

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October 20th 2020, 9:54 am

If your food tastes like these 2 things, you probably have the coronavirus

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While typical coronavirus symptoms tend to mirror symptoms associated with the flu -- with fever, fatigue, and headaches being common examples -- many people who test positive for the coronavirus also experience a loss of taste and smell. It's undoubtedly one of the more bizarre coronavirus symptoms, and while it's not necessarily incapacitating, it can understandably take a toll emotionally.

Doctors first began noticing an association between the coronavirus and a sudden loss of taste and smell back in mid-late March of this year.

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October 20th 2020, 9:54 am

Get a full gallon of Amazon-exclusive sanitizer for less than one tiny Purell pump bottle

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It has now been almost nine months since the novel coronavirus pandemic first began and at this point, everyone knows the three things that need to be done to protect yourself and your family from contracting COVID-19.

First and foremost, you need to wear a face mask. Amazon has FDA-authorized Powecom KN95 face masks that have been tested by NIOSH and found to filter more than 99% of small airborne particles. What's more, they're actually on sale right now with a rare discount, which is crazy when you consider that they're the only KN95 face masks on Amazon that have been authorized by the FDA. Anytime you're in a high-risk situation like riding public transportation or anytime you're indoors around other people. For lower-risk situations, Amazon's best-selling 3-ply masks are on sale for just $0.23 each.



Powecom KN95 Face Mask Reusable, Disposable Masks on FDA EUA List, Protection for Dust Pollen,…

$26.06 ($2.61 / mask)
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Jointown Face Mask, Pack of 50 (5081)

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The second thing you need is even easier: you need to practice social distancing. Always. The coronavirus is transmitted from person to person in droplets or aerosols ejected from the mouth when a person coughs, sneezes, yells, or even just speaks normally, so stay as far away from other people as you possibly can.

Finally, the third you need to do is wash or disinfect your hands anytime you touch an object or surface in a public space. You should also clean your hands after bringing anything from the outside world into your home.

Purell is obviously the biggest hand sanitizer brand out there, and it's the most sought-after brand as well. But since it's in such high demand and availability is still somewhat limited, prices are inflated. Pricing for some popular Purell options has definitely come down in recent months — prime examples include 6-packs of 2oz Purell bottles for just $15 and 4-packs of 1oz Purell bottles for under $10.



Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel 2 oz (Pack of 6)

$15.70 for 6 2oz bottles
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Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Gel 1 OZ Travel Size (4 Pack)

$9.98 for 4 1oz bottles
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If you want enough Purell to refill the bottles you already have, you can pick up 4-packs of 1 liter Purell bottles for $55, which is a great price. It's also sold directly by Amazon as an added bonus. But some of the most desirable Purell options are still grossly overpriced — head over to Amazon right now and you'll find that a decent-sized pump bottle of Purell costs a whopping $30!



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$55.20
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If you have Purell bottles at home already or any other hand sanitizer bottles that you can simply refill instead of buying new ones, there's a sale right now on Amazon that you definitely need to take advantage of. It's on a terrific brand of high-quality hand sanitizer that is exclusively sold by Amazon, and it has the same 70% alcohol content as Purell. The brand is called Clean Revolution and you will be shocked at how inexpensive it is right now thanks to a sale on Amazon.

Remember how we told you that a single 12oz bottle of Purell costs $30. Well, you can pick up 1-gallon jugs of Clean Revolution Hand Sanitizer for just $25.99 each. That's 128 ounces for just $26 when 12-ounce pump bottles of Purell costs as much as $30! This is a fantastic deal indeed, but it's only available for a limited time so take advantage now before it's too late.



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October 20th 2020, 9:54 am

Fall back into some amazing discounts with HP’s weekly deals

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As the days get shorter and the sunlight seems to wane even faster, we are sprinting towards the end of daylight savings time. Springing forward gives a lot of hope going into the warmer months while falling back gives you a day of extra sleep but it gets darker much earlier out. Rather than feeling glum about the lack of sunlight we're about to experience, you should think about the amazing sales that are heading our way during the back end of the year. HP has some great ones to whet your appetite before the holiday shopping begins in earnest.

The weekly deals are where it's at when it comes to shopping at HP.com. These are the tried and tested products that are the favorites of many loyal HP customers. From laptops to desktops to all-in-one computers to printers to many other exciting accessories, you're sure to find something that you love. Let's take a look at some of the best this week has to offer, so you can snag some fantastic devices before the sun sets on these deals.

If you're looking for a new laptop and a great deal on it to boot, check out the HP Laptop - 17t-by300. This is an extremely reliable and responsive laptop that will let you work on many tasks. You can surf, stream, and do it all with incredibly long-lasting battery life. This has a 17.3" diagonal HD+ display and boasts an Intel® processor and graphics. Saving $160 off the bat, this starts at only $589.99! Plus, you'll have access to a ton of special offers including 15% off audio accessories, cases, bags, keyboards, mice, and more.

Spending more time at home this year has been a gamer's delight. So is this deal on an HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop - TG01 - 0170m. Boasting an AMD Ryzen 5 processor and AMD Radeon RX 550 4GB graphics, this is ready to play. This features customizable LED lights and up to 9 USB ports to support your accessories. The high-speed performance is what you really care about and this won't let you down. Save $100 by snagging this for only $619.99!

Rather than spending a ton of money on a bunch of equipment, get it all together with the HP ENVY All-in-One - 32-a0035. One of our favorite all-in-one setups, this has a 31.5" diagonal 4K display to give you so many more views of what you're working on. Supported by a 9th generation Intel® Core i5 processor, this lets you create without any restrictions. It fits nicely on a desk too, so you can fit it in most home offices. For $100 off, it can be yours for $1,799.99.

Other great deals like saving 66% off a year of McAfee LiveSafe or $30 off an HP 27er monitor are also highlighted in this week's event. As always, you'll enjoy free shipping and easy returns when you make a purchase. Get ahead of the game before the clocks roll back by saving some money with HP.

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October 20th 2020, 7:38 am

A woman in her 30s died of coronavirus on a flight

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The mortality rate of COVID-19 is low, and most people recover. That’s what statistics tell you. They also say that it’s people with preexisting conditions that are more likely to die of coronavirus complications, and it’s usually the older patients who are at risk. Men also tend to be more affected than women. But there are exceptions to all those rules. A few days ago, a 33-year-old influencer who denied COVID-19 until he contracted the illness died of complications after eight days of fighting the illness. According to his ex-wife, the man suffered from a heart condition that complicated his illness. A woman in her 30s died this summer while on a flight from Arizona to Texas. Her COVID-19 diagnosis wasn’t released at the time, but officials now say she died of COVID-19 complications.

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October 20th 2020, 7:38 am

First iPhone 12 unboxing videos show just how stunning Apple’s new design really is

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The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are available for preorder and should ship to buyers on Friday, although the Pro sold out a few hours after preorders started last week. iPhone 12 demand is still very high, despite the coronavirus-related economic crisis, and millions of people will get to experience the new devices in a few days. But you don’t have to wait for the new iPhone to ship to your door to see what the device looks in real life. The first iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro unboxing videos have popped up online, showing how good the new handsets look in real life.

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October 20th 2020, 6:54 am

China CDC says you can get coronavirus from frozen food packaging

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The Chinese CDC released a new warning on Saturday saying that frozen food packaging contaminated by active coronavirus could cause infection. The latest finding concerning food packaging and the novel coronavirus in a few months. China battled a COVID-19 outbreak in Beijing a few weeks ago, months after the capital had no confirmed cases. In the process, Chinese scientists disclosed they’d discovered traces of coronavirus on a table in a market used for cutting salmon. This drove the entire salmon supply chain in a temporary frenzy, with the crisis spanning thousands of miles to China’s trade partners.

The WHO reminded people at the time that food isn’t infectious, although fomite transmission was a theoretical possibility. For months, we’ve known that the virus can survive for hours to days on certain materials; that’s why authorities advise people to wash their hands often and clean commonly used surfaces. A more recent study showed that the virus could survive for 28 days at room temperature in total darkness.

Soon after the Beijing outbreak, New Zealand officials revealed they were also looking at frozen food packaging as a potential coronavirus source for a new outbreak. Later, researchers showed the virus could survive at low temperatures. China CDC’s new findings follow a new outbreak in the city of Qingdao.

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October 19th 2020, 11:21 pm

Samsung trolls Apple for not including a charger with the iPhone 12

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It wasn't exactly a surprise, considering all of the leaks ahead of the announcement, but it was still a notable change of pace when Apple revealed last week that it no longer plans to ship power adapters or headphones in iPhone retail boxes. Always ready to strike, Samsung immediately took to social media after the iPhone 12 event on October 13th and reminded everyone that a charger is still included if they choose to buy a Galaxy instead.

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October 19th 2020, 11:21 pm

Curiosity rover drills rock, accidentally busts it in two

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When it comes to exploring pristine areas of the planet or, even better, another world, scientists usually do their best to leave things as they found them. Respecting Mother Nature is important, but doing your best to avoid damaging previously unexplored worlds is important for other reasons as well, including the fact that future explorations of the area may accidentally "rediscover" things that earlier missions messed up.

Sometimes, however, accidents just can't be helped, and as NASA's Mars Curiosity mission update website reveals, a recent attempt to drill into a Martian rock to obtain a sample resulted in the rock actually splitting. It's not a big deal, and the hole is still useful for scientists to investigate, but it's not something you see every day.

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October 19th 2020, 11:21 pm

Scientists measure the shortest amount of time ever: A zeptosecond

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It probably took you a couple of seconds to read this sentence. Seconds are very short, and they come in handy for measuring time in everyday situations. As we dive deeper into fractions of a second, we get down to milliseconds, and then we kind of stop. I mean, what could be so brief that it would need to be measured in even shorter units of time? How about the time it takes for light to pass through a hydrogen molecule?

If you're trying to measure something that short, you definitely need to a shorter unit of measurement... much, much shorter. And so, scientists used zeptoseconds, each of which is a mere 0.000000000000000000001 seconds long. The time it took for a photo to cross the hydrogen molecule was 247 zeptoseconds, and that's a new record for time measurement.

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October 19th 2020, 11:21 pm

The big movie theater chains are offering pretty sweet deals to lure customers back

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No question, the coronavirus' impact has been particularly brutal on the movie exhibition business, with cinemas in many parts of the US now finding themselves in the unfortunate position of being back open -- but with few new movies to show. And, even worse, they're also facing a scarcity of customers, since many people still feel skittish -- and understandably so -- about the prospect of sitting alone in a room for two hours or so with strangers whose health you can't vouch for.

Granted, movie theaters have gone to great lengths, as have other industries like airlines, to implement and talk up stringent new cleaning and COVID-19 safety protocols. But that nagging fear still lingers. What to do?

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October 19th 2020, 7:31 pm

Dogs go through a midlife crisis just like humans, study finds

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Human personalities tend to change over time. It's rarely an abrupt change, but over the course of several decades, our outlook on life and our opinions about various things shift in a way that shapes our personality in new ways. Around four or five decades into our lives, some people experience a profound and sometimes unsettling realization that their lives are roughly half-over, and a "mid-life crisis" can ensue.

As it turns out, man's best friend experiences similar changes in personality, though on a much shorter timeframe than humans. In a new study published in Scientific Reports, researchers reveal that dogs tend to undergo a shift in their perception of the world at a relatively predictable point in the lives, and that change makes them less interested in new experiences and, in a way, more jaded.

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October 19th 2020, 7:01 pm

33-year-old coronavirus denier with 1.1 million followers dies of COVID-19

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He was 33-year-old, and his Instagram content showed he was in the best shape of his life. He was also a denier of the novel coronavirus. Dmitriy Stuzhuk died of COVID-19 complications a little over a week after receiving his positive diagnosis, posting about his experience from the hospital.

We’ve seen this situation over and over since the beginning of the pandemic. People who didn't think the illness was real or who thought they’d have no problem beating the illness suddenly found themselves fighting for their lives against the COVID-19. Some of them survived. Some of them died of complications from an illness they ignored and denied, or watched as a loved one suffered. The case of Stuzhuk is all the more important as he also happens to have been a fitness influencer with a huge following. More than 1.1 million fans might have listened to his opinions, including his thoughts on COVID-19. But they also witnessed his warning that COVID-19 is very real in what turned out to be his last message on Instagram.

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October 19th 2020, 6:31 pm

Who needs Arlo or Ring when Amazon’s big eufy Cam and video doorbell sale starts at $28?

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High-quality smartphone accessories used to cost an arm and a leg, and people would have no choice to pay top dollar because the only alternative was getting cheap junk from no-name brands. Then Anker came along and completely changed the game. The company made and sold smartphone chargers, cables, and other accessories that were as good or better than top brands, including the biggest names in the business like Apple and Samsung.

Now, Anker has done the same thing in the smart home market.

Brands like Nest, Arlo, and Ring make great products that are worth their high-prices in some ways, but they're a much tougher sell now that Anker's eufy smart home brand has entered the home security space. You know the Nest Cam Indoor that launched at $200 and still costs $130 right now? Well, you can get pretty much the same thing from the eufy Security 2K Indoor Cam today in Amazon's big one-day sale for just $27.99. Meanwhile, Arlo's wireless home security camera can cost more than $200 each, but eufy Security eufyCam 2 Wireless Home Security Add-on Cameras are down to $97.99 right now, and they have 365-day battery life instead of lasting just a few months. And finally, the $120 eufy Security Wi-Fi Video Doorbell is already more affordable than a comparable Ring model, and today it's down to $89.99.

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A little girl talking to the eufy Security 2K Indoor Camera. Image source: Amazon

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Withstanding the elements is the eufyCam 2. Image source: Amazon

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October 19th 2020, 6:01 pm

Dr. Fauci just tore apart a crazy coronavirus strategy the White House actually embraced

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Stronger, pointed language is starting to be the norm from White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, as is stepped-up criticism of the doctor from President Trump -- who's taken to openly berating the venerable director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. In fact, President Trump's unproductive haranguing of Dr. Fauci took a particularly weird turn on Monday, when the president tweeted that he wants Fauci to "make better decisions" and that, besides, the doctor also has a "bad arm!" in reference to the ceremonial opening pitch of the 2020 baseball season that Fauci threw earlier this year. Moreover, Trump derided Fauci as a "disaster" in a call with campaign officials that he allowed reporters to listen in on.

Meantime, Fauci is arguably dropping the diplomatic pretense a bit more than usual these days, such as in his strident criticism of the so-called herd immunity strategy for fighting COVID-19 that the White House keeps flirting with. It's an idea that Fauci says is "nonsense," "dangerous," and would lead to a significant number of deaths.

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October 19th 2020, 6:01 pm

The Moon is getting 4G thanks to NASA and Nokia

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If I asked you to guess what company NASA thought was most capable of building a 4G communications network on the Moon, what would you say? I mean there's Verizon, AT&T, the T-Mobile/Sprint monolith, and several other companies that provide that service here in the United States and abroad, so there's many to choose from.

Well, NASA didn't tap any of those big names to build its own 4G lunar network. Nope, it picked a company that, as far as the U.S. mobile industry is concerned, is little more than a blast from the past: Nokia. As part of a huge list of companies that NASA is throwing money at to develop various technologies, the space agency announced that Nokia would receive $14.1 million to build out a 4G/LTE system in space.

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October 19th 2020, 6:01 pm

Amazon sale slashes $110 off the best-selling Ninja Mega kitchen system

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The coronavirus pandemic is only getting worse right now in the US, where a combination of factors like school reopenings, colder weather, and general pandemic fatigue are sending case numbers soaring yet again. The good news is we all know what we need to do in order to get all these new outbreaks under control — wear high-quality face masks, sanitize hands constantly, and practice social distancing. The bad news is that the flu season is right around the corner so things are probably only going to get worse.

If you're smart, you won't have your entire extended family over for Thanksgiving or Christmas this year. But you can still have a great celebration with your immediate family and maybe even some other nearby family members if everyone agrees to isolate for two weeks beforehand. That means you have a great excuse to upgrade some of the aging gear in your kitchen, and Amazon has the perfect sale to get you started.

The Ninja Mega Kitchen System Blender and Food Processor is one of the highest rated blender systems on Amazon despite its hefty $260 price tag. In a nutshell, this one awesome device can handle pretty much every blending and food processing task you could possibly throw at it. It's also made by Ninja so you know it's a high-quality device that can take a licking and keep on ticking.

While it's true that this is a worthwhile investment at $260, this is BGR Deals so there's no way you're going to pay that much. Head over to Amazon right now and you'll find it on sale with a huge $110 discount!

Ninja Mega Kitchen System Blender and Food Processor - $149.99


The Ninja Mega Kitchen blender set. Image source: Amazon

Not only does this come with a huge discount, it comes with multiple devices to use in the kitchen. The blender and food processor can work through different household tasks, helping you get the results you're looking for. This is one of the top brands on the market, so it'd be silly not to take advantage of this. Here are the product details from the Amazon page:



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October 19th 2020, 4:47 pm

Massive Samsung leak reveals Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra designs

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If there's one thing that the pandemic hasn't been able to slow down, it's the ceaseless flows of smartphone leaks that have been flooding the internet throughout the year. Every flagship phone has leaked weeks or even months ahead of its launch in 2020, despite all of the chaos and confusion surrounding manufacturing and release dates, and the trend continued this weekend with the first major Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra leaks.

On Sunday, Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks on Twitter) shared renders of the 2021 Galaxy S flagship on Voice. We still aren't entirely sure what the phone is going to be called, as Samsung has jumped from Galaxy S9 to Galaxy S10 to Galaxy S20 over the last three years, but Galaxy S21 seems to be the consensus guess.

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October 19th 2020, 4:47 pm

Were scientists wrong about this basic coronavirus fact we thought we knew all along?

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has dragged on, it's truly remarkable when you stop and think how much has changed -- how comprehensively the pandemic has altered our lives, and even how much we've learned about this novel virus in the few months that humanity has been aware of its existence.

Part of that learning process involves updating, challenging, and ditching old assumptions as new facts are acquired. For example, a new coronavirus update in the form of a study published in the journal Scientific Reports in recent days makes it clear that a basic fact everyone thought they understood at the beginning of the pandemic was essentially wrong. Older people are generally understood to be more at risk of becoming severely ill when infected with COVID-19 (per CDC data), which could lead you to think that demographic is also the most vulnerable in general when it comes to the virus. But being most likely to develop a severe illness is not the same thing as being more likely to get infected by COVID-19 in the first place.

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October 19th 2020, 4:47 pm

Get Honeywell face masks, gloves, and alcohol wipes in one $7 coronavirus protection kit

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The COVID-19 pandemic won't last forever, and it's so important for your wellbeing to remember that someday this will all be over. We will put this health crisis behind us, and life will go back to normal. If you're feeling stressed out, try to keep telling yourself that.

Of course, it's also important to remember that things aren't going to get back to normal anytime soon. Coronavirus vaccines and drugs that are safe and effective at combating COVID-19 infections should start rolling out within the next few months, and that's great news. But experts believe it will still take at least a year or a year and a half before enough of the population in the United States is immunized. According to Dr. Fauci and countless other health experts, things should finally go back to normal sometime in late 2021 at the soonest. That means we're all going to have to continue to take basic precautions for the foreseeable future if we want to protect ourselves and our loved ones from this potentially deadly virus.

You all know what those basic precautions are and you know that it's really not that big a deal to keep yourself and those around you protected. The most important thing you can do is wear a face mask anytime you leave your home. For situations like riding public transportation or being indoors around other people, our readers have been swarming Amazon to get Powecom KN95 face masks. They're the only KN95 masks on Amazon that are FDA-authorized and they've been found by NIOSH to filter up to 99.2% of small airborne particles including viruses. That's even better performance than most 3M N95 masks, and yet these Powecom face coverings cost just $2.61 each while they're on sale with a huge 42% discount. For lower-risk situations like being outdoors while socially distanced, Amazon's best-selling 3-ply masks are perfect and they're only 23¢ each thanks to a big discount.

Hand hygiene is important as well, and Amazon actually has Purell pump bottles in stock right now with a deep discount for the first time in months. In addition to all those masks and Purell sanitizer though, there's a new all-in-one option that you definitely need to check out.



Honeywell Multi-Item PPE Safety Pack with 3 Adult Mask, 3 Pairs of Gloves & 5 Wipes (RWS-50101)…

$10.43
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Honeywell Single-Item PPE Safety Pack with Adult Mask, Gloves & Wipes (RWS-50100)

$6.99
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There is no question whatsoever that Honeywell PPE Safety Packs are perfect for the coronavirus pandemic. These brilliant kits are great for anyone who goes to an office or job site to work. And it should go without saying that they're a must-have for children going to school or for college students. Everything you need for coronavirus protection is right there in one handy resealable bag, including Honeywell 3-ply face masks, latex-free gloves, and disinfecting alcohol wipes that are individually wrapped.

It's important to note that the 3-ply masks in these packs aren't like the cheap Chinese masks that cost 5¢ each online. According to Honeywell, these masks have bacterial particle efficiency greater than 95% and they meet the ASTM Level 1 Standard as well as EN14683:2016. That's as good as nearly any medical-grade mask you might find! The gloves are certified to meet the EN CE 2015/425 standard, and they're latex-free so you don't need to worry about allergies. Finally, the five included wipes use ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol, which is an ingredient that has been proven to kill the novel coronavirus when used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

These awesome Honeywell PPE Safety Packs are perfect to take with you anywhere, and they cost as little as $6.99 each. Definitely grab a bunch and keep one in your bag or briefcase at all times, because you never know when you'll need it.



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October 19th 2020, 3:17 pm

Dr. Fauci made some startling revelations in this new ’60 Minutes’ interview

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During a wide-ranging interview on 60 Minutes yesterday, Dr. Anthony Fauci made a number of startling revelations with respect to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In fact, Fauci's appearance on the program in and of itself was something of a pleasant surprise in light of the fact that the Trump administration has been actively trying to curtail his public appearances as of late. That said, Fauci, per usual, was honest and forthright when answering questions about Trump, the coronavirus pandemic, and much more.

One of the more interesting tidbits from Fauci centered on Trump contracting the coronavirus earlier this month. Not mincing words in the slightest, Fauci said he wasn't at all surprised about Trump's positive diagnosis. Trump, of course, has since recovered from the virus, but only after receiving a cocktail of expensive and experimental antibody drugs that are not yet available to the public.

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October 19th 2020, 3:17 pm

Windows 10 Start menu ads: How to remove them from your PC

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Windows 10, for all its flaws, is one of the more stable and usable versions of the operating system that Microsoft has ever made. Some of those flaws are far more egregious than others, though, such as the ads the company runs for its own products in the Start menu. As spotted by Born's Tech and Windows World (via gHacks), Windows 10 users have begun to see entries for Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word in the Start menu of their computers running Windows 10 version 2004, despite never having manually installed any of those programs.

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October 19th 2020, 3:17 pm

Amazon’s blowing out Sylvania LED bulbs from 72¢ and smart bulbs from $4.46 each, today only

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Amazon's deals are really starting to heat up now that the holidays are right around the corner. On Monday, the nation's top online retailer is hosting a bunch of impressive one-day Gold Box sales. You can see them all in Amazon's Holiday deals hub, but there's one blowout sale in particular that we wanted to bring to our readers' attention.

Today, for one day only, Amazon is offering a slew of deals on popular Sylvania LED lighting and smart LED light bulbs. Prices start at just $0.72 each for the most popular LED light bulbs Sylvania makes, and there are specialty bulbs on sale as well like these awesome dimmable LED Edison bulbs. Where smart bulbs are concerned, Amazon's prices start at just $4.46 each for Sylvania smart LED bulbs and multicolor smart bulbs are on sale for just $6.12 apiece when you buy a 4-pack. You can even score a remote-controlled Sylvania color-changing LED light strip for just $20.99.

It's never a bad idea to restock up on light bulbs, even if you aren't in need of immediate replacements. Because light bulbs do die out, and you would rather have some in waiting than have to scramble. For a limited time only, you'll be able to get stunning deals, so hurry up and get to shopping.

Check out all the deals right here on Amazon, and our five favorites are all listed down below.

SYLVANIA Smart+ WiFi Full Color Dimmable A19 LED Light Bulb (4-pack) - $24.49


A four-pack of Sylvania Smart+ color light bulbs. Image source: Amazon


SYLVANIA Smart+ WiFi Full Color Dimmable A19 LED Light Bulb, CRI 90+, 60W Equivalent, Works wit…

$24.49 ($6.12 / Piece)
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SYLVANIA Smart+ WiFi Soft White Dimmable A19 LED Light Bulb (4-pack) - $17.84


A four-pack of Sylvania Smart+ white light bulbs. Image source: Amazon


SYLVANIA Smart+ WiFi Soft White Dimmable A19 LED Light Bulb, CRI 90+, 60W Equivalent, Works wit…

$17.84 ($4.46 / Piece)
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SYLVANIA A19 8.5W Soft White LED Light Bulb (24-pack) - $17.35


A 24-pack of Sylvania light bulbs. Image source: Amazon


SYLVANIA General Lighting 74765 A19 Efficient 8.5W Soft White 2700K 60W Equivalent A29 LED Ligh…

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SYLVANIA LED Remote Control Light Strip Starter Kit - $20.99


The remote control and the Sylvania LED light strip that it controls. Image source: Amazon


SYLVANIA LED Remote Control Light Strip Starter Kit, 16 Color Options, Dimmable, 10 Feet Total

$20.99
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SYLVANIA LED A19 Natural Light Series Bulb (6-pack) - $10.26


Some of the Sylvania natural light series light bulbs. Image source: Amazon


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October 19th 2020, 1:47 pm

The endgame for a new stimulus bill is in sight, and Trump is not happy

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Americans are in the final stretch of a particularly nasty, contentious presidential election campaign with a lot that they no doubt wish was different -- including the fact that the latest stimulus check update is that everyone in Washington DC is playing the ultimate game of chicken, one in which it seems all but certain there will be absolutely no winners.

All sides involved are essentially still talking past each other, still nowhere close to finding enough common ground to pass a new coronavirus stimulus accord that includes funding for things like new stimulus checks. On Sunday, Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared on ABC's This Week talk news program and said President Trump has 48 hours from that point to put a viable stimulus plan on the table, else there won't be enough time to pass it before the November 3 election, which is now basically two weeks away. Trump, meanwhile, has been making pronouncements of his own, including vague threats to intervene if Senate Republicans don't give the president what he wants, which is a big stimulus win as he closes out a tough re-election bid.

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October 19th 2020, 12:59 pm

The best-selling Bose soundbar that sold out on Prime Day is back at just $170

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There were so many incredible deals to be found during Amazon's big Prime Day 2020 blowout last week, but some deals were more popular than others. It shouldn't come as much of a surprise that AirPods Pro were near the top of the list among our readers, and they're still available right now at the same $199 price Amazon was charging last week. Powecom KN95 face masks were also top-sellers since they're the only KN95 masks on Amazon that are FDA-authorized and have been tested by NIOSH. They're also still 42% off right now, just like they were on Prime Day.

Another wildly popular deal our readers swarmed Amazon to get was the big sale on the Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar. With a retail price of $250, it's Bose's best-selling soundbar of all time because it packs big Bose sound into a compact soundbar that's actually quite affordable.

The bad news is that the Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar sold out on Prime Day, but the good news is that it came back in stock this past weekend. Want even better news? Amazon was offering a $50 discount this past weekend, but today that discount shot up to $80! That means you can pick one up right now for just $169.99, which is truly a steal. Definitely don't miss out on this killer deal.

Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar - $169.99



Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System with Universal Remote Control, Black

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October 19th 2020, 12:59 pm

Load up on Halloween candy with dozens of deals in Amazon’s big one-day sale

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Dr. Fauci says we need to cancel Thanksgiving this year and you can expect the same recommendation for other upcoming holidays like Christmas and Chanukah. With coronavirus cases skyrocketing again across the country and the flu season right around the corner, we need to do everything we can to keep the potentially deadly virus in check. If there's one holiday COVID-19 can't completely ruin, however, it's Halloween. And now, Amazon is running a huge one-day sale on all the Halloween candy you could possibly need this year.

While certain types of Halloween fun are ill-advised right now, plenty of action takes place outdoors — especially for young children. Since the coronavirus doesn't have to stand in the way of trick or treating as long as people stay safe and socially distanced, you're still going to need plenty of Halloween candy. That goes double for any parents whose children are partaking in Halloween festivities at school.

Amazon's big Halloween candy Gold Box sale is happening right now, but only until the end of the day on Monday. It includes two full pages packed with dozens and dozens of discounts on all the most popular Halloween candies. From giant 530-count bags of assorted candies and big bags of mini chocolate bars to theater-size boxes of candy, sour candies, and more, all the bases are covered.

Definitely check out the full sale right here on Amazon, and you'll find a few of our favorite deals down below.



Brach's Halloween Assorted Candy Variety Bag, 530 Count

$16.78
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Assorted Halloween Candy Bag, Individually Wrapped Candies, 58 Ounce, 150 Count

$10.98
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SweeTARTS, Spree, Gobstopper & Nerds Theater Box Variety Pack, 5 Ounce, Pack of 10

$11.89
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Trolli Sour Brite Crawlers, 5 Ounce, Pack of 8

$11.19
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October 19th 2020, 11:59 am

Pet food maker recalled 17 different pet food brands – here’s the full list

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A wide-ranging recall of pet food products originally popped up well over a month ago and was then expanded recently to include even more lot codes and new products. The recall is due to the presence of elevated levels of aflatoxin, which is produced by mold. A certain level of aflatoxin in food is considered acceptable, but pet food made by Sunshine Mills, Inc. tested for higher-than-acceptable levels and therefore had to be recalled.

The company sells its foods under a variety of brand names, complicating the recall a bit, as it's not just one kind of food you have to look out for but several. In fact, there are a whopping 20 different brands of pet food included in the recall, so let's dive into the list.

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October 19th 2020, 11:59 am

This is the best news you’ll read all week about the coronavirus

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Observing the health measures authorities recommend to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus won’t just help you avoid a COVID-19 infection. Reducing the transmission rate also helps hospitals attend to patients without worrying about local healthcare systems becoming overloaded. Wearing masks, social distancing, and washing hands often also buy much needed time for researchers to finalize vaccine trials, create new treatment protocols, and deliver the kind of coronavirus data that takes time to collect.

Studying COVID-19 immunity is the kind of research that needs time. The first studies that appeared early in the pandemic indicated that monkeys who survived the illness would indeed develop immunity. But the early conclusions could not predict how long immunity would last or how mutations to the virus might affect immunity. Studies on humans that arrived much later indicated that coronavirus immunity might not last very long at all. Some scientists observed that the antibodies that neutralize the SARS-CoV-2 virus could disappear within a few months following recovery. Others countered that it’s not just antibodies that prove immunity — T cells that can remember and kill the pathogen are equally important.

Now, nearly 10 months after the virus first began sweeping across the world, we have a study that says COVID-19 immunity lasts much longer than we thought.

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October 19th 2020, 11:59 am

This weekend’s 10 hottest deals are still available right now

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Last week's huge Prime Day 2020 sale was off the charts. It crammed a full week of deep discounts into just two days, and it was much-needed after Amazon's big annual sales event was delayed this past summer. Of course, Prime Day deals after never fully contained to whatever time span Amazon announces, so there were still plenty of incredible deals available this past weekend. And now we have even more good news: Several of those fantastic bargains are still available now.

We decided to dig through all the deals we covered this past weekend and run down the 10 best ones that are still available right now. Highlights include FDA-approved Powecom KN95 face masks that NIOSH says filter even better than most 3M N95 masks for just $2.61 each (42% off!), the hottest smart home device you've never heard of for just $33.99, TP-Link Kasa Smart Plugs that sold out on Prime Day back in stock for just $7.50 each, actual 3M 8210 N95 masks for just $6.56 apiece if you buy in bulk, the best-selling Bose soundbar of all time for just $169.99 (down from $199 this past weekend!), Purell hand sanitizer pump bottles sold directly by Amazon with a huge 31% discount and 22% off Purell 1-liter flip cap bottles, Apple's AirPods Pro back down to Prime Day's $199 price, $40 off the CHEF iQ Smart Cooker that blows Instant Pots out of the water, and Apple's entry-level AirPods 2 for just $129 instead of $159.

Check out all of these fantastic deals below before they disappear.



Powecom KN95 Face Mask Reusable, Disposable Masks on FDA EUA List, Protection for Dust Pollen,…

$26.06 ($2.61 / mask)
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3M 8210 N95 Classic Disposable Particulate Cup Respirator, Standard (8 Boxes of 20)

$1,049.99 ($6.56 / mask)
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MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener Chamberlain MYQ-G0301 - Wireless & Wi-Fi enabled Garage Hub with S…

$33.99
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Kasa Smart Plug, WiFi Outlet works with Alexa, Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, Remote Co…

$14.99 ($7.50 each)
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Apple AirPods Pro

$199.00
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Apple AirPods with Charging Case (Wired)

$129.00
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Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System with Universal Remote Control, Black

$169.99
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PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer, Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 8 fl oz Sanitizer Table Top Pump B…

$51.90
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PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 1 Liter Flip Cap Bottle (Pack of 4)…

$54.71
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October 19th 2020, 10:59 am

Dr. Fauci has 2 new things everyone needs to do to avoid a wintertime coronavirus catastrophe

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The novel coronavirus is surging in most states, and the current data shows the country might soon hit a new peak. On Friday, nearly 70,000 cases were reported, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, with other sources reporting a slightly higher figure (over 71,500). Health experts including Dr. Anthony Fauci have stressed the importance of reducing the number of daily cases before the fall and winter arrive. That was during the previous spike in cases this past summer, when Fauci warned against the dangers of having COVID-19 overlap with the flu this winter. At the time, he said the country should be aiming to reach under 10,000 new cases per day. Needless to say, that didn't happen.

Fauci has also been recommending the same five safety measures that anyone can use to reduce transmission risk. And now, he has two other precautions that everyone needs to make note of this winter.

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October 19th 2020, 10:59 am

Today’s best deals: 3M N95 masks, $4 smart LED bulbs, Halloween candy, $170 Bose soundbar, Purell sa

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Prime Day 2020 might be behind us now, but deals are really starting to heat up now that the holidays are right around the corner. Highlights from today's roundup of the best daily deals you can find online include a huge 42% discount on the only FDA-authorized KN95 face masks at Amazon that NIOSH says work even better than most 3M face masks (just $2.61 each!), actual 3M 8210 N95 masks that cost upwards of $15 each right now if you can even find them for just $6.56 apiece if you buy them in bulk, Moldex N95 masks that are just as good, the awesome Bose soundbar that sold out during Prime Day back in stock for just $169.99, a rare opportunity to get Purell hand sanitizer pump bottles sold directly by Amazon with a bit 31% discount (the lowest price online!) plus other discounted Purell options, Purell alcohol wipes that are impossible to find in stores, Anker's eufy Security 2K Indoor Cam on sale for just $27.99, Honeywell PPE kits (face masks, gloves, alcohol wipes) starting at $6.99 each, $50 off Apple's AirPods Pro and $30 off AirPods 2, 20% off the CHEF iQ Smart Cooker that blows Instant Pots out of the water, a crazy $110 discount on the Ninja Mega Kitchen System that everyone loves so much, Sylvania smart LED light bulbs starting at $4.46 each and regular Sylvania LED bulbs for only $0.72 apiece, a massive Amazon sale on Halloween candy for one day only, and more. See all of today's hottest deals down below.



Powecom KN95 Face Mask Reusable, Disposable Masks on FDA EUA List, Protection for Dust Pollen,…

$26.06 ($2.61 / mask)
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PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer, Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 8 fl oz Sanitizer Table Top Pump B…

$51.90
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3M 8210 N95 Classic Disposable Particulate Cup Respirator, Standard (8 Boxes of 20)

$1,049.99 ($6.56 / mask)
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Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System with Universal Remote Control, Black

$169.99
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SYLVANIA Smart+ WiFi Full Color Dimmable A19 LED Light Bulb, CRI 90+, 60W Equivalent, Works wit…

$24.49 ($6.12 / Piece)
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SYLVANIA Smart+ WiFi Soft White Dimmable A19 LED Light Bulb, CRI 90+, 60W Equivalent, Works wit…

$17.84 ($4.46 / Piece)
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SYLVANIA General Lighting 74765 A19 Efficient 8.5W Soft White 2700K 60W Equivalent A29 LED Ligh…

$17.35 ($0.72 / Piece)
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SYLVANIA LED Remote Control Light Strip Starter Kit, 16 Color Options, Dimmable, 10 Feet Total

$20.99
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SYLVANIA General Lighting 40805, Soft White SYLVANIA LED A19 Natural Light Series, 40W Equivale…

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CHEF iQ World’s Smartest Pressure Cooker, Pairs with App Via WiFi for Meals in an Instant Bui…

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$54.71
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Moldex - Particulate Respiratros with handy Cushion and Full Cushion - size: Medium/Large

$125.00
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PURELL 902210BX Sanitizing Hand Wipes, 5 x 7, 100/Box

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Apple AirPods Pro

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October 19th 2020, 10:59 am

CDC chief warns everyone to stop doing this one thing during the coronavirus pandemic

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According to CDC director Robert Redfield, large coronavirus outbreaks across the country can be traced back to indoor gatherings. Hardly a surprise, health experts have long pointed out that indoor gatherings are disproportionately responsible for the coronavirus spreading rapidly in many states across the U.S.

The explanation behind this is that people at indoor gatherings -- especially when it's just friends and family -- tend to feel a sense of comfort and, as a result, are more lenient when it comes to following basic safety guidelines such as mask-wearing and social distancing. What's more, the coronavirus tends to spread more easily in indoor settings, especially in spaces with poor ventilation.

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October 19th 2020, 9:13 am

Grocery stores are bracing for another massive shopping rush – 5 things to stock up on now

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Winter weather is on the way, which means the flu season is right around the corner. On top of that, so many schools across the country have reopened and restaurants are even open for dining. Coronavirus case numbers are soaring all across the country and it appears as though the third wave of coronavirus infections is imminent in the US. With all that in mind, the countless reports of grocery stores stockpiling supplies should come as no surprise as they prepare for what could be another crazy rush of grocery shopping like we saw back in March and April.

Essentials like face masks, hand sanitizer, bleach, household cleaners, and of course toilet paper were impossible to find back then. But the good news is that availability has improved dramatically in recent months, so there's no way things will get as bad as they were the first time around. That said, it's still probably a good idea to stock up now on some key essentials now in case people start stockpiling groceries again.

Everyone knows by now that they need to wear face masks whenever they go outside. They also know they need to use hand sanitizer like Purell whenever they touch a surface or object in public or anything foreign that comes into the home, such as packages and groceries. They know they need to sanitize things in their homes and offices with disinfectant wipes all the time (Lysol Wipes and Purell wipes are in stock right now at less inflated prices than we've been seeing). Not everyone is as smart or as cautious though, and there will likely be supply shortages in the coming weeks and months as case numbers continue to soar.

No one wants to have to deal with another rush of grocery hoarding, but you may be running out of time to get out ahead of it. That's why you should definitely stock up now, and there are five key things you'd be wise to focus on.

Face masks

When it comes to high-risk activities like riding on public transportation, flying, or being anywhere indoors around other people, more effective KN95 face masks are good to have. Powecom KN95 face masks are very popular with our readers and are back in stock right now on Amazon. This is a rare opportunity to pick up FDA-authorized KN95 masks on Amazon that have been tested and found to filter up to 99.2% of small airborne particles. That's better performance than almost every 3M N95 mask you can buy! 10-packs are on sale right now for $26.06 instead of $45 — that's a huge 42% discount that matches an all-time low!



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If you don't mind spending a little more money, you can also get actual N95 masks from top brands like 3M and Honeywell, Moldex, Harley Brand, and more. And if you're willing to buy in bulk, you can actually get highly sought-after 3M 8210 N95 masks for just $6.56 each.



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N95 Face Masks from 3M, Moldex, Honeywell, Harley Brand, and more

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You can also pick up best-selling SupplyAID KN95 face masks for $3.09 each when you buy a 5-pack, and best-selling COVAFLU KN95 masks are on sale for $2.60 each.



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Amazon's best-selling face masks have been Jointown 3-layer face masks since the start of the pandemic, and they're perfect for low-risk situations like being outside. Right now they're on sale for just $0.23 per mask, so you should definitely stock up whether or not you think a grocery rush is coming. Reusable cloth face masks from an Amazon-exclusive brand are also a great buy at $1.95 each.



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Hand sanitizer

The big news here is that Purell hand sanitizer is FINALLY back in stock on Amazon and there are FINALLY options that are available to everyone, not just hospitals. If you hurry, you'll find the holy grail: 12-packs of 8oz Purell pump bottles and 4-packs of 1 liter Purell bottles sold directly by Amazon at the lowest prices since the pandemic started. Even Purell pump bottles and Purell alcohol wipes are somehow in stock right now!



PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 1 Liter Flip Cap Bottle (Pack of 4)…

$54.90
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PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer, Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 20 fl oz Sanitizer Table Top Pump…

$112.90
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Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer 8 oz Pump Bottle - Pack of 3

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PURELL 902210BX Sanitizing Hand Wipes, 5 x 7, 100/Box

$37.50 ($37.50 / Count)
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MedEx Hand Sanitizer Gel with the same formulation as Purell has been very popular among our readers and it's now finally back in stock. It's a soothing gel with moisturizers including vitamin E, and it's more than strong enough to kill coronavirus. It's also a well-known brand that's sold in stores like CVS, Costco, Whole Foods, and 7-Eleven.



Medex Hand Sanitizer 70%+ Alcohol, Kills 99.99%

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Finally, people in search of a good option from a top brand will find Suave Hand Sanitizer Spray in stock at Amazon.



Suave Hand Sanitizer Alcohol Based Kills 99.9% of Germs 10 oz,Pack of 6

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Household cleaners

It makes sense that certain things like Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Clorox bleach cleaners would be in high demand since they kill germs and viruses, including human coronaviruses. If you recall back to March and April though, most cleaners from top brands were sold out in stores. Stock up now on all the household cleaners you need because there's no telling when they might start flying off the shelves again. Even Lysol Wipes are in stock today at slightly less inflated prices, but only if you hurry.



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Household Cleaners On Amazon

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Toilet paper

No one wants to relive what was happening across the country back in March and April. That said, some top TP brands are still somewhat difficult to come by online and in local stores. Do yourself a favor: Visit Amazon's toilet paper page and stock up — Charmin, Cottonelle, and Quilted Northen are all in stock today, so you don't have to settle for Amazon brand or, heaven forbid, Scott.



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$9.99+
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Paper towels

Paper towel hoarding was nowhere near as bad as the run on toilet paper, but good brands are still difficult to find in some regions. This is something that never expires and you'll always need them, so you might as well stock up on paper towels while some decent options are still available.



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October 19th 2020, 9:13 am

Purell hand sanitizer is somehow up to 31% off at Amazon today

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There are two main things you need to protect yourself and your family during the novel coronavirus pandemic, and they both happen to be on sale right now with deep discounts at Amazon.

First and foremost, you need high-quality face masks and the quality doesn't get much higher than Powecom KN95 face masks. They're the only KN95 masks on Amazon that have been tested by NIOSH and authorized for medical use by the FDA. What's more, they were found to filter up to 99.2% of small airborne particles, which is actually even better performance than most 3M N95 masks that can cost $10 or $15 each these days. Powecom's masks are a bargain at $45 per 10-pack, but a huge 42% discount at Amazon slashes them to $26.06. That's just $2.61 each!

The second thing you need is Purell hand sanitizer. You should be cleaning your hands anytime you touch any surface or object outside your home, and using soap and water each time obviously isn't always an option. That's obviously why Purell is in such high demand right now, and it's still next to impossible to find in grocery stores in many regions — especially now while coronavirus case numbers are surging yet again. As it turns out, however, Amazon has plenty of Purell in stock. What's more, several of the most popular listings are on sale at deep discounts!

Purell 8oz pump bottles are the most sought-after Purell bottles out there of course, and 12-packs are 31% off right now at just $51.90. That's only $4.33 per bottle, which is the lowest price anywhere online since the pandemic began. You can also save 22% on big 1-liter Purell bottles if you just want to refill the pump bottles and travel bottles you already have. Also of note, Purell alcohol wipes that are impossible to find in stores right now are back in stock at the lowest price of 2020, though we're pretty sure they're going to sell out fast now that we've let the cat out of the bag.

Check out five discounted Purell listings from Amazon below, including several that are being sold directly by Amazon at the lowest prices online.



PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer, Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 8 fl oz Sanitizer Table Top Pump B…

$51.90
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PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 1 Liter Flip Cap Bottle (Pack of 4)…

$54.71
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PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer, Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 2 fl oz Travel Sized, Portable Fli…

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PURELL 902210BX Sanitizing Hand Wipes, 5 x 7, 100/Box

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Purell hand sanitizer is somehow up to 31% off at Amazon today originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 19 Oct 2020 at 08:27:57 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 19th 2020, 9:13 am

This wireless charger needs under 20 minutes for a full recharge

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Apple brought back from the dead the MagSafe brand last week, but this time around, it’s all about the iPhone. All iPhone 12 models feature magnetic wireless charging, which is supposed to be more efficient. The MagSafe charger sticks to the back of the iPhone and charging speeds go up to 15W, which is double than the 7.5W maximum attained by regular chargers. Still, that wireless charging speed upgrade fades compared to the 80W wireless charger that was just announced, which needs less than 20 minutes to recharge a typical smartphone battery fully.

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October 19th 2020, 7:43 am

This leaker claims to know how Marvel will replace Chadwick Boseman in ‘Black Panther 2’

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As if 2020 wasn’t shocking enough with everything that’s been going on, devastating news hit Marvel fans in late August. Chadwick Boseman, who played King T’Challa in Marvel’s iconic Black Panther, died after a long battle cancer that almost no one knew about. At that time, we learned that his diagnosis was well hidden, with few people in the industry aware of the actor’s personal challenge. Boseman was already fighting the terrible illness while filming some of his latest roles, including Marvel movies. According to reports, he was preparing for Black Panther 2 in the weeks before his death. Boseman was reportedly planning to get in shape for the role and was hopeful he’d start filming soon.

That never came to be, and Disney found itself having to deal with a major, unexpected problem. The leading actor of one of the most anticipated MCU sequels would not get to play the part. This also complicates Marvel’s plans to have Black Panther appear in other crossover films. Disney and Marvel refrained from commenting on the Black Panther franchise's future as the world was grieving for Boseman, but fans quickly took to social media and urged Marvel not to recast the role. That’s always a possibility and it happened before, although it was at a time when Edward Norton failed to see how massive the MCU would become. But Marvel reportedly knows how to replace Boseman in the sequel, and it’s good news for fans.

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This leaker claims to know how Marvel will replace Chadwick Boseman in ‘Black Panther 2’ originally appeared on BGR.com on Sun, 18 Oct 2020 at 10:33:02 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 19th 2020, 6:58 am

Fukushima’s radioactive water may be pumped back into the ocean

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When the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan suffered a catastrophic meltdown after an earthquake and subsequent tsunami hit the area, it sparked a years-long contaminant and cleanup effort that is still ongoing. One of the biggest problems, when a reactor melts down, is heat, and dumping lots and lots of water to flood a failed reactor can cool it down and prevent explosions and make things worse.

However, with a whole bunch of contaminated water piling up in Japan, the country is struggling to find somewhere to put it. Storage tanks are reaching their maximum, and based on how much water is being used to cool the reactor, there will be no more space for the water within a couple of years' time. Now, a decision by the Japanese government has reportedly been made to release the water into the ocean, despite years of debate between environmental groups and scientists.

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October 19th 2020, 6:58 am

Everything coming and going on Netflix for the week of October 18th

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There are a bunch of interesting originals coming to Netflix this week, but the one that has piqued my interest is The Queen's Gambit, starring Anya Taylor-Joy. An orphan with addiction problems and a preternatural talent for chess? Why yes, I think I will watch this limited series when it starts streaming on October 23rd.

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Everything coming and going on Netflix for the week of October 18th originally appeared on BGR.com on Sun, 18 Oct 2020 at 12:06:57 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 19th 2020, 6:58 am

The world’s top Apple insider just revealed a big surprise about iPhone 12 sales

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The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro started selling online on October 16th, and they’ll hit stores on Friday. Those who preordered the handset will receive it on the same day, assuming they were quick enough to secure their preorder. The iPhone 12 phones started selling out within hours from the preorder start, especially the iPhone 12 Pro versions. Shipping estimates slipped anywhere from 5-7 days to 2-3 weeks from some Pro models, while the various iPhone 12 configurations were still available. We explained at the time that Apple never shares details about iPhone stock for preorders, so we have no idea on the iPhone 12/iPhone 12 Pro split. After all, this is an unusual year when it comes to product launches and sales. The novel coronavirus health crisis impacted schedules, and the resulting economic crisis will prevent many people from buying expensive iPhones. And the cheapest iPhone 12 that Apple will sell this year is the iPhone 12 mini, which doesn’t go on sale for a few weeks — the most expensive iPhone 12 also goes on sale in mid-November.

An Apple insider familiar with Apple’s plans said in a new note to customers that the iPhone 12 demand is indeed higher than anticipated, seemingly confirming the anecdotal observations from the first day of preorders.

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The world’s top Apple insider just revealed a big surprise about iPhone 12 sales originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 19 Oct 2020 at 06:50:06 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 19th 2020, 6:58 am

Leaker says iPhone 13 will have the awesome new feature Apple fans have wanted for years

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The iPhone 12 just got here, but we already have an exciting rumor about future models to get us talking. After all, it’s widely known that development for the next-gen iPhone starts about a year before the latest phone launches, so Apple must already be working on iPhone 13 prototypes in its secret labs.

And we already have what might be one of the most exciting iPhone rumors in years, from a cryptic source that has provided plenty of hard-to-decipher clues about unreleased Apple devices. Many of those clues turned out to be true, and the person now indicates that Apple might be working on a feature iPhone fans would love.

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Leaker says iPhone 13 will have the awesome new feature Apple fans have wanted for years originally appeared on BGR.com on Sun, 18 Oct 2020 at 15:04:26 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

October 19th 2020, 6:58 am

If you beat COVID-19 but then develop this symptom weeks later, it could be deadly

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Coronavirus statistics include a misleading figure, one that will fool many people into thinking that COVID-19 isn’t as dangerous as people say. Out of nearly 40 million cases that have been recorded, about 1.12 million people died of the disease. That means everyone else either recovered (29.23 million people) or is currently fighting the illness (9.36 million). Many of those active cases will also recover in the coming weeks. What those figures don't tell you is that many people who clear the virus will then experience unexpected and potentially severe complications. The phenomenon has come to be called “Long COVID,” a chronic version of the illness where patients continue to exhibit various symptoms even after beating the virus. In addition, some people risk developing a potentially-life-threatening syndrome that was first seen in children who survived COVID-19. And it can all start with a symptom you might not think is very serious.

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October 19th 2020, 6:58 am

10 deals you don’t want to miss on Sunday: $7.50 Kasa Smart Plugs, 3M N95 masks, Anker chargers, $28

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Some of the hottest Prime Day 2020 deals that sold out last week are somehow already back in stock and back on sale, so we've included a few of the very best ones in Sunday's roundup. Highlights include FDA-approved Powecom KN95 face masks that NIOSH says work even better than most 3M N95 masks for just $2.61 each (that's 42% off!), TP-Link Kasa Smart Plugs that flew off the shelves on Prime Day back in stock for just $7.50 each instead of $15, actual 3M 8210 N95 masks for just $6.56 each if you buy in bulk, the best-selling Bose soundbar of all time for just $199, Purell hand sanitizer pump bottles sold directly by Amazon with a huge 31% discount, Apple's AirPods Pro back down to Prime Day's $199 price, a huge one-day sale on TaoTronics headphones with prices starting at $27.99, another hot one-day sale on Samsonite luggage in case you ever travel again, deep discounts on Anker portable chargers and wall chargers today only, and a one-day blowout on Bio Bidets starting at $25. Check out all of today's top deals down below.



Powecom KN95 Face Mask Reusable, Disposable Masks on FDA EUA List, Protection for Dust Pollen,…

$26.06 ($2.61 / mask)
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3M 8210 N95 Classic Disposable Particulate Cup Respirator, Standard (8 Boxes of 20)

$1,049.99 ($6.56 / mask)
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Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar Sound System with Universal Remote Control, Black

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October 18th 2020, 8:02 am

I can’t stop watching this thrilling new Netflix original series, and you’ve never even heard of it

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When To the Lake premiered on Netflix a week ago, I thought there was absolutely no way I was going to watch a TV series about a pandemic. I fully intended to check out a different Netflix original was about to hit the streaming service called The Haunting of Bly Manor. It's the follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House which has now become an anthology series in the same vein as American Horror Story. Once I was done, however, I decided to make To the Lake my next binge on Netflix.

It’s really the show's premise that convinced me to check it out, and I wouldn’t even have needed to read the synopsis of the show had Netflix used the original title. You don’t have to understand Russian to know what Epidemiya means, especially given what’s happening in the world right now. But before you write off To the Lake due to pandemic fatigue, you should know that it’s actually the quality of the show itself and not the parallels with real life that makes me want more.

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October 17th 2020, 3:10 pm

Every new movie and show coming to Disney+ in November

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From start to finish, November is probably going to be the best month of the year for Disney+.

First and foremost, we will be getting four episodes of The Mandalorian season 2. There are a few exciting exclusives dropping in November as well, such as Inside Pixar, Marvel's 616, and Black Beauty. But the most exciting addition of all has to be the LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special, which will feature the voices of Kelly Marie Tran (Rose Tico), Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian), and Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), among others.

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October 17th 2020, 1:41 pm

Two huge chunks of space junk almost collided over Earth

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In case you hadn't already heard: Space junk is becoming a real problem. There's so much manmade trash floating around in Earth's orbit that it's actually posing a danger to future space missions and even ongoing programs like the International Space Station. It's bad, and with companies like SpaceX planning on launching thousands of more satellites on a regular basis, it's only going to get worse.

On Thursday night, the seriousness of our space junk problem became abundantly clear when it looked like an old rocket stage from a Chinese mission was on course to collide with an already-dead Soviet satellite. Scientists monitoring both objects crunched the numbers and determined that there was an over 10% chance that the objects would collide, which is quite high and certainly worth paying attention to. Thankfully, the two large pieces of space debris missed one another, but that doesn't mean we can go back to ignoring our space junk woes.

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October 17th 2020, 1:41 pm

This might be one of the biggest breakthroughs of the coronavirus pandemic

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Fall brought a resurgence of the coronavirus in the northern hemisphere, the so-called second COVID-19 wave that health experts anticipated. It’s not just that colder weather and lower humidity favor the spread of a virus that still quite resilient during the summer months. The virus is also taking advantage of people who are either have covid fatigue or who still deny the virus exists. Many people still think they’re safe just because they do not suffer from other medical conditions or are relatively young. While COVID-19 generally kills older people and those with preexisting conditions, there are plenty of exceptions to those rules. There’s no way to tell how your COVID-19 experience will be if you catch it. And while doctors have made significant progress when it comes to saving lives and reducing the death toll, many people still succumb to COVID-19 complications on a daily basis.

A team of doctors has devised a first of its kind COVID-19 severity score to predict the severity of the illness in individuals. Knowing in advance that a patient’s condition is about to worsen might be the kind of valuable information that can save lives. Doctors would be forewarned and could take appropriate measures in the early stages of the illness to attempt to stop the onset of complications before they arrive.

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October 17th 2020, 1:41 pm

We’re not getting a coronavirus vaccine before the election

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Dr. Anthony Fauci has said a few times in recent days that the earliest results for COVID-19 vaccine trials will be ready in November or December, adding that some people might be inoculated by the end of the year. Experts from the World Health Organization echoed those remarks in their own statements about coronavirus vaccine research, going even further than that to say that healthy young individuals might not get access to vaccines earlier than 2022.

The current progress on the vaccine front gives everyone hope that at least one of the hundreds of candidates can block the infection and offer immunity, no matter how long that protection might last. Preventing severe COVID-19 might also be a satisfactory outcome from vaccination campaigns. Still, vaccines won’t eradicate the illness, and the first ones won’t bring back life to normal. People will still need to observe safety precautions for at least a year, in addition to getting vaccines.

That said, it seems like there’s no chance for any experimental drugs of the several frontrunners to receive emergency use authorization before the presidential election. However, one of the drugs might still release efficacy data this month.

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October 17th 2020, 1:41 pm

10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: 3M N95 masks, 20% off Instant Pot killer, $22 headphone

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Today's roundup of the top daily deals on the web is packed full of great deals on best-selling items, which makes sense since holiday sales are really starting to heat up. Highlights include a rare opportunity to get actual 3M N95 masks for less than $7 each! These are the highly sought-after 3M 8210 respirator masks that sell for $15 or $20 each elsewhere on the web, but you have to be willing to buy in bulk. If you're a business owner or you just want to have enough masks to last through the end of next year when experts think a coronavirus vaccine will finally be widely available, this is your best bet. Or, if you don't want quite so many masks, you can get 20-packs of 3M R95 masks instead. R95 masks are just like N95 masks, but they also filter oil-based particles whereas N95 masks do not.

Other top deals on Saturday include FDA-authorized Powecom KN95 masks that work just as well as those 3M N95 masks for just $2.61 each, an extremely rare opportunity to get Purell hand sanitizer pump bottles at a discount, AirPods Pro on sale at Prime Day's $199 price, Mpow 059 over-ear headphones with 32,000 5-star ratings for just $21.99, the crazy wireless camera that lets your smartphone see anywhere for Prime Day's discounted price of $28.79, an impressive 20% discount on the CHEF iQ Smart Cooker that blows Instant Pots out of the water, a big one-day sale on best-selling DOSS Bluetooth speakers, and an even bigger one-day sale on children's Halloween costumes. Check out all of today's top deals down below.



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October 17th 2020, 8:06 am

Betelgeuse is 25 percent closer than scientists thought

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Objects in space may be closer than they appear. At least that seems to be the case with the supergiant star Betelgeuse, which has been studied at length by countless scientists. Researchers believed they knew how far away the massive star was from Earth, and the best estimate was around 642 light-years. Researchers worked with that number for a long time, but it now appears it may have been way, way off.

According to an international team of scientists led by researchers from The Australian National University and The University of Tokyo, Betelgeuse is not only around 25% closer to Earth than previously thought, but it's also considerably smaller.

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October 16th 2020, 11:21 pm

Xbox Series X launch lineup: 31 games optimized for Series X and Series S

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Traditionally, launch day for a new video game console has been something of a double-edged sword. On one hand, early adopters get to unbox and set up brand new hardware, exploring every nook and cranny of the software (once it finishes updating). On the other, there usually aren't many great games available on launch day. When the PS4 came out in 2013, its best game that you couldn't play on any other device was probably Killzone: Shadow Fall, which was mediocre at best. The Xbox One was just as bad. Do you remember Ryse? I'm guessing you don't.

Thankfully, both the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S can play games from previous generations, so even if nothing were coming out this fall, you would still have something to do on your shiny new machine. But as Microsoft revealed this week, you'll have much more to play than just your old Xbox One games, as 31 titles (some brand new and some a bit older) that have been fully optimized for the Series X and Series S will be available on day one.

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October 16th 2020, 11:21 pm

If you bought any of these disposable wipes, throw them away immediately

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Everyone is more than a little bit on edge regarding the cleanliness of their homes these days thanks to the coronavirus pandemic that continues to claim lives around the world. Cleaning products like disposable wipes are a highly sought-after item for obvious reasons, and Cottonelle is one of the biggest brands in the business. Unfortunately, the company has been forced to issue a recall of some of its disposable wipes after an investigation revealed that they may be tainted with a bacteria. That's right, the cleaning wipes had bacteria on them. Oops!

The bacteria, Pluralibacter gergoviae, is relatively mild in terms of the impact it can have on a person. In fact, most people won't have much of a reaction at all to coming into contact with the bug, but as HealthDigest notes, those with weakened immune systems may be at risk for more serious complications, and Kimberly-Clark, the parent company of Cottonelle, is taking no chances when it comes to making people sick, so it's issued a recall.

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October 16th 2020, 9:17 pm

New studies reveal something strange that could affect your coronavirus risk

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We've learned a great deal about the novel coronavirus since the pandemic began seven months ago, but there are still countless mysteries left unsolved. Dozens of studies have been published on a weekly basis with viable theories about how contagious the virus is, who is most likely to be infected, how dangerous the virus can be for certain types of people, and so on and so forth. Early on, several of those studies indicated that one's blood type could impact the severity of the illness, and this week, two more studies backed up that assertion.

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October 16th 2020, 8:17 pm

JBL headphones and speakers are back down to Prime Day prices at Amazon

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When it comes to personal audio deals that really shined bright during Amazon's big Prime Day 2020 sale earlier this week, there were a few sales in particular that stood out. Sony and Bose noise cancelling headphones were both on sale, but those deals are now done. A huge $50 discount on AirPods Pro was the most popular personal audio deal we covered during Prime Day, and it's actually still available at Amazon right now.

Aside from those deals though, deep discounts on popular JBL headphones and speakers were big sellers with our audience. Don't worry if you missed out on that sale though, because some of the hottest deals are back!

The wildly popular JBL Flip 5 portable Bluetooth speaker is back down to $89.95 right now at Amazon, and the $180 JBL Charge 4 is on sale for $139.95 in several colors. If you want to spend as little as possible on an awesome wireless speaker, the JBL Clip 3 is down to just $39.95.



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As far as headphones go, there are plenty of great deals to be found on that front as well. $200 JBL LIVE 650BTNC wireless noise cancelling headphones are down to just $129.95, and there are also some great deals on true wireless earbuds — namely the $100 JBL Tune 125TWS earphones for $69.95 and the JBL LIVE 300 premium wireless earphones for $99.95 instead of $150.



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October 16th 2020, 7:17 pm

There’s already a crazy iPhone 12 deal that saves you $200 with free AppleCare for life

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Remember back when wireless carriers made you sign a contract for service as opposed to the current setup where you only sign a contract for your smartphone? It was a trade-off — in exchange for locking in a multi-year service contract, the carrier would give you a cell phone either for free or at a deep discount. Those days are long gone thanks to a major policy shift that was started by T-Mobile. Now, you pay for your smartphone separately, either upfront or with installments spread out over a period of time.

There are still arguments on both sides of the fence and there are clear benefits with either option. Of course, there's no reason to argue about it these days because no major carrier offers service contracts with their standard service plans anymore. One smaller carrier is going back to the basics, however, and is offering subscribers the best of both worlds. Customers can choose from low-cost unlimited plans starting at $15 per month, and they'll receive a discount of up to $170 on a new iPhone 12 or up to $200 on a new iPhone 12 Pro. On top of that, contract terms start at just one month and you can also get free AppleCare for as long as you keep your account open.

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October 16th 2020, 6:17 pm

Amazon slashed up to 20% off Arlo’s newest security cameras in this early Black Friday sale

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When it comes to home security cameras, there's Arlo and there's everything else. Everyone knows that Arlo is the best in the business when it comes to wireless home cameras. They're remarkably easy to set up and operate, yet they offer all the features and options you could possibly want. They also last for months on a charge and the Arlo app makes it so easy to configure your security settings.

Why doesn't everyone have Arlo cameras if they're so great? The answer is pretty simple: Arlo cameras are expensive.

Arlo is priced out of reach for many people, but that's not necessarily the case today on Amazon. The retailer's big Holiday Dash sales event promises new Black Friday-worthy deals each day, and today's big sale includes discounts of up to 20% on some of the newest and hottest Arlo cameras on the market.

The new $150 Arlo Video Doorbell is down to $129.99 in either black or white, and the best-selling Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera that normally costs $250 is down to $199.99. If you're looking to install a brand new Arlo setup in your home, the $650 Arlo Pro 3 Spotlight Camera | 3 Camera Security System gets a huge $132 discount today

Check out the full sale right here, or you'll find all the deals down below.

Arlo Video Doorbell - $129.99



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Arlo Pro 3 Spotlight Camera | 3 Camera Security System - $518



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October 16th 2020, 5:29 pm

Dr. Fauci really wants to cancel Thanksgiving

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With the coronavirus pandemic still an ongoing concern across dozens of states, Thanksgiving this year may look a little bit different. While it's a longstanding tradition for Americans to celebrate Thanksgiving by getting together with friends and family, large indoor gatherings have been found to be disproportionately responsible for coronavirus infections. As a result, Dr. Anthony Fauci recently said that Americans may have to suck it up and either cancel their Thanksgiving meal plans or, at the very least, keep such gatherings quite small.

"You may have to bite the bullet and sacrifice that social gathering," Fauci said during an interview with CBS News this week, "unless you're pretty certain that the people that you're dealing with are not infected either."

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October 16th 2020, 4:43 pm

Don’t miss this rare chance to get Clorox sanitizer that’s stronger than Purell

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Purell is still so difficult to find in stores during the coronavirus pandemic, but Amazon finally has some in stock at prices that actually aren't gouged. In fact, they're sold directly by Amazon at the lowest prices on the internet! Both 12-packs of Purell 8oz pump bottles and 4-packs of Purell 1-liter bottles are in stock today, though you can expect them to sell out quickly if history has taught us anything.



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Additionally, you can find Medex hand sanitizer with the same formulation as Purell in stock, and it's a popular brand that's sold by stores including CVS, Costco, Whole Foods, and 7-Eleven.



Medex Hand Sanitizer 70%+ Alcohol, Kills 99.99%

$39.99 for 12 bottles
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There happens to be one more option for hand sanitizer you should consider as you look to stock up on essentials that help prevent coronavirus infections. Were you aware that Clorox makes hand sanitizer as well?

Indeed, the company best-known for making every type of bleach and spray cleaner you can imagine also cooks up hand sanitizer, and it's obviously among the best sanitizer out there. In fact, at 71%, it even has a slightly higher alcohol content than Purell! It's made right here in the USA and there are a few listings in stock right now for nice big 33.8-ounce Clorox hand sanitizer refills. If you don't have bottles on hand to refill, you can also pick up 16.9-ounce bottles of Clorox hand sanitizer and the same large pump bottles in 12-packs for much less per bottle. Finally, Clorox hand sanitizer travel bottles are in stock as well.



Clorox 02176 Commercial Solutions Hand Sanitizer Pump, 16.9 Ounces

$16.44
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Clorox 02176 500 ml Hand Sanitizing Spray Bottle (Case of 12)

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Clorox Commercial Solutions Hand Sanitizer Touchless Dispenser Refill, 1 Liter (30243)

$23.82
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Clorox CLO 02174 Bleach-Free Hand Sanitizer, 2.0 FL OZ, (6-Pack), Contains Hand Moisturizers, A…

$38.49
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On top of all that, it's a good idea to stock up on face masks while there are some great deals to be found. Best-selling 3-ply face masks are down to $0.23 each thanks to a coupon, and FDA-authorized Powecom KN95 face masks that are perfect for higher-risk situations like riding public transportation or being indoors around other people are back in stock for the first time in a while. NIOSH tested them and found that they filter up to 99.2% of small airborne particles, which is even better performance than most 3M N95 masks! 10-packs are on sale for $26.06 instead of $45, which is a huge 42% discount.



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October 16th 2020, 3:59 pm

These are the only 8 states where coronavirus numbers are still low

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When the coronavirus pandemic first began to wreak havoc in the United States back in February and March, we were all hopeful that by the time October rolled around we'd be through the worst of it. Unfortunately, that's not the case — not even close, really — and right now there are far more states seeing spikes in new cases than there are states with steady or declining cases.

In fact, of all the U.S. states, there are only eight (yes, EIGHT!) where cases aren't increasing right now. Many states are seeing their highest rate of new cases ever, and places like Wisconsin, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Missouri, Alaska, Minnesota, Indiana, and several others are seeing explosions in COVID-19 patients over the past days and weeks.

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October 16th 2020, 3:13 pm

CHEF iQ’s Smart Cooker blows Instant Pot out of the water – and it’s $40 off at Amazon

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Ask any Instant Pot owner whether he or she can imagine going without an Instant Pot for even a few weeks and the answer will be an emphatic "no way." These wonderful multi-use electric pressure cookers make it so easy to cook delicious meals with minimal effort, and that's something we can all appreciate.

Do you remember how eye-opening it was when you got your first Instant Pot and began using it? Well, I was recently able to experience that feeling once again when I upgraded from an Instant Pot to the new CHEF iQ Smart Cooker.

On the surface, CHEF iQ's Smart Cooker looks like yet another Instant Pot rival that will never measure up to the original. Once you turn it on for the first time, however, you can tell right away that the Smart Cooker is an entirely different beast. Yes, it looks like an Instant Pot. And yes, it offers plenty of different cooking modes like an Instant Pot. But this brilliant kitchen tool is actually the next logical step in the evolution of electric multi-cookers.

First and foremost, the CHEF iQ Smart Cooker is about more than just cooking a meal once you've prepared the ingredients and dumped them into the inner pot. This brilliant device connects to the CHEF iQ app and walks you through each step of the process when you're preparing the meal, from start to finish. These guided recipes are wonderfully easy to follow, just like your favorite YouTube chef tutorials. But these are interactive — the CHEF iQ Smart Cooker will even weigh liquid and dry ingredients as you add each one to the pot, ensuring that you get the perfect result each and every time.

The Smart Cooker has more than 300 cooking presets and it comes with everything you need to enjoy them all. It blew me away the very first time I used it, and I'm not sure I'll ever be able to go back to my Instant Pot. The CHEF iQ Smart Cooker retails for $200 and it's worth every penny, but a 20% discount on Amazon right now slashes the price to just $159.99. Don't miss out on the perfect holiday gift for anyone on your list — including yourself!



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Here are all the key details that CHEF iQ supplied on the Smart Cooker product page:



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October 16th 2020, 2:43 pm

One simple thing might help stop coronavirus from spreading where it’s most dangerous

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The novel coronavirus spreads in three ways, including droplets, aerosols, and fomites, although they all stem from the same phenomenon. When we cough or sneeze, particles are expelled from our mouths. For people with COVID-19, those saliva droplets can contain the infectious virus. They land on surfaces, and the virus remains active for a period of time, depending on various factors including temperature and light. Touching those surfaces and then touching the face is how fomite transmission occurs.

Some of the ejected droplets are smaller in size, and the water evaporates quickly. They become aerosols that linger in the air much longer than droplets, and other people can inhale them. Aerosols are expelled even while talking or just breathing, and that’s what makes the virus so dangerous. Of the three avenues of infection, officials insist mostly on droplets as the primary way to catch COVID-19, although both the WHO and the CDC have acknowledged the increased risk of airborne spread. Germany’s measures to beat the second wave of the pandemic include the mandatory airing of public spaces, which will move those aerosols faster and reduce transmission risk.

Public health measures are all meant to prevent COVID-19 from spreading. Face masks can block droplets and aerosols, frequent hand washing diminishes the risk from touching potentially contaminated surfaces, and social distancing puts several feet between you and a potentially infected stranger. Avoiding crowds, especially in indoor settings, will further reduce the risk of spread. But it’s at home and in indoor spaces where the virus is the most dangerous. Researchers fed data to a supercomputer to generate simulations that explain how the virus behaves indoors, and they offer a solution to reduce the risk of transmission.

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October 16th 2020, 2:43 pm

Last chance to get Roku players at Prime Day prices, starting at just $21

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There are some product categories that are always big sellers during Prime Day each year, like deeply discounted AirPods Pro and Instant Pots. You can also bet on Roku streamers to be top sellers since Roku always has deep discounts on Prime Day — but this year the company truly outdid itself.

Amazon only offered a brief discount on the Fire TV Stick 4K that lasted for a few hours on Tuesday evening. The rest of the time, there weren't any deals on Fire TV Sticks. Roku saw an opening and took it, apparently, because the streaming media player maker offered three of the best deals we've ever seen on Prime Day. What's more, all three deals are still available right now!

First and foremost, the $29 Roku Express HD is always near the top of Amazon's best-sellers chart even when it's not on sale. Right now, however, you can score one for just $21. That's a new all-time low price, and it also happens to be the lowest price we've ever seen for any Roku device.



Roku Express HD Streaming Media Player

$21.00
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A lot of you out there might be looking for a similar device but with support for 4K streaming content and HDR. If that describes you, you're definitely in luck because the $39 Roku Premiere is on sale for $27 for Prime Day. That's also an all-time low price, this time by an even wider margin.



Roku Premiere | HD/4K/HDR Streaming Media Player, Simple Remote and Premium HDMI Cable

$27.00
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Last but certainly not least, we have a device that takes all the best things about the Roku Premiere and stuffs them into a tiny dongle that disappears behind your TV. That's right, we're talking about the best-selling Roku Streaming Stick+ with 4K and HDR support in a dongle form factor. It recently got a price cut from $60 to $50, but right now you can get one for just $37!



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$37.00
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All three of these fantastic Prime Day deals are still available right now, but we expect them to disappear either today or sometime this weekend. In other words, this is your last chance to save on the perfect holiday gift for yourself or anyone on your list.

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October 16th 2020, 2:43 pm

iPhone 12 preorders are already selling out

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Apple started selling two iPhone 12 versions online on Friday, following its well-known iPhone launch pattern. The new iPhones go on sale on the first Friday after Apple's announcement, and they ship to buyers — and launch in stores — a week later. Only, 2020 isn’t anything like previous years. The iPhone 12 launch event came about a month later than it was supposed to, as coronavirus-related lockdowns impacted Apple’s iPhone production schedule. Moreover, only two of the four iPhone 12 models that Apple unveiled earlier this week are available to order. That’s the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. The iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max are coming in mid-November, with preorders set to kick off on November 6th.

Even in the year of this horrific pandemic, the only thing that doesn’t seem to change is iPhone demand. The iPhone 12 has started selling out within minutes after preorders opened, especially the more expensive iPhone 12 Pro version.

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October 16th 2020, 1:12 pm

Did you pre-order an iPhone 12? These are the cases and accessories you need

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Happy iPhone 12 day, Apple fans! It might've launched a month late, but we'd say Apple has a pretty good excuse for the delay this year. The important thing is that Apple's sleek new iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are both now available for pre-order, with the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max set to be released next month.

Whether you just pre-ordered an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro today or you're planning to buy one in the coming weeks, one thing is certain: You're going to need cases and accessories to go along with it. Don't worry, of course, because we have you covered in both departments.

Where iPhone 12 cases and iPhone 12 Pro cases are concerned, many people will opt for an Apple Silicone Case with MagSafe. It comes in eight gorgeous colors and they're all available right now at Amazon. Since the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 are both the same size, this popular Apple case will fit either model.



Apple Silicone Case with MagSafe (for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro) - Black

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The Apple Clear Case for iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro is also going to be a very popular option.



Apple Clear Case (for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro)

$49.00
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And of course, it goes without saying that you'll need an Apple Leather Wallet with MagSafe with either of the aforementioned cases. How cool is this design?!



Apple Leather Wallet with MagSafe (for iPhone) - California Poppy

$59.00
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Looking for other cases from top brands? Definitely check out the Pitaka MagEZ case for iPhone 12 and Totallee's popular cases that are the thinnest ones you can get. You'll also find more iPhone 12 cases here.



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As everyone knows at this point, Apple's new iPhones don't ship with headphones or with charger adapters. With that in mind, there are some sales on Amazon you really need to check out. First and foremost, AirPods Pro are $50 off right now so you can score a pair for just $199. If you'd rather spend even less money, you can snag entry-level AirPods 2 for $124.99. Other awesome options that are discounted right now include best-selling Mpow 059 over-ear wireless headphones with more than 30,000 5-star ratings for just $21.99 and Tozo T6 true wireless earbuds with almost as many 5-star ratings for $31.99.



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Last but certainly not least, you'll need a charger adapter. The AUKEY Focus USB C Charger 30W and 12W 2-Port Power Delivery 3.0 Fast Charger is a great option that can charge two devices at once, and it's on sale right now for $13.59 for Prime members. You also obviously need a wireless charger, and Anker's best-selling model is $11.95 today.



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October 16th 2020, 1:12 pm

Suit up with Spigen for iPhone 12

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It's that time of the year again: iPhone season and Apple has finally announced their highly anticipated flagship devices. The iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, and 12 mini models revive the classic Apple square-edge design while upgrading it with the new 5G technology.

And Spigen's at it again - here with another timely release. A casemaker of over 12 years now, their lineups include something for almost everyone without sacrificing style and of course, protection.

Steer clear from danger - Ultra Hybrid

Everyone's biggest fear with clear cases is worrying that they might turn yellow. Well, that’s where Spigen got their idea to create one that'll at least leave the back flawlessly clear - Ultra Hybrid. While still keeping the shock-absorbent bumper, they designed the back to stay non-porous and clear everlasting, making this a perfect option for those wanting to showcase their new Pacific Blue or Navy.

Suit up - Tough Armor

Tough Armor is by far Spigen's most signature case, best known for its extra-durable protection while remaining shockingly slim. Lined with special impact foam in addition to its dual-layer design, this case is built to survive even the biggest falls. Best of all, it comes with a built-in kickstand so you don't have to hold your phone while watching videos during this global pandemic.

Like it’s not even there - Thin Fit

Fun fact - Thin Fit was actually one of Spigen's very first case designs with the attempt to make the slimmest, best-looking case. Now, for the first time in 10 years, it's got a major upgrade to make sure it not only stays slim but also protective like the rest. Its new full-coverage design and a thin layer of cushion ensure your new iPhone stays looking good even when it drops. 

Fresh blue hues - Cyrill (Color Brick, Leather Brick, Cecile, Silicone)

And if you’re in for some options with a hint of modern femininity, surprise, Spigen’s got a sister named, Cyrill. Cyrill has a complete lineup for the entire iPhone 12 series that include a similar level of variety and quality, such as in the clear Color Brick and floral Cecile

Be sure to check out the latest for both Spigen and Cyrill’s iPhone 12 Collections on Amazon.

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October 16th 2020, 1:12 pm

Trump and the Republican party might go to war over a new stimulus bill

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Reports surrounding a new stimulus package to buoy the US economy have become increasingly confusing in recent days. House Democrats came to the table with a $3 trillion bill in May, but Senate Republicans balked at the price and refused to bring it to the floor for a vote. Months later, Democrats returned with this updated $2.2 billion HEROES Act, but it was still too high a price for the Senate. Meanwhile, the White House has tried to negotiate with the Democrats, eventually landing on a $1.8 trillion bill which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi promptly dismissed. But throughout the negotiations, it has been unclear if the Senate would pass any bill that came its way regardless.

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October 16th 2020, 11:55 am

Today’s best deals: Amazon’s early Black Friday sale, $21 Roku, $22 headphones, $90 robot vacuum, Ar

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Amazon's huge Holiday Dash sales event has now begun and Amazon is promising new Black Friday-worthy deals each and every day. Has the retailer been true to its word so far? Well, take a look at today's roundup of top daily deals and you can be the judge!

Highlights from Friday's roundup include FDA-approved KN95 face masks that NIOSH says work even better than most 3M N 95 masks for just $2.61 each, best-selling 3-ply face masks for $0.23 apiece, Purell hand sanitizer pump bottles and Purell 1-liter flip cap bottles that are actually on sale at a discount, $40 off the brilliant CHEF iQ Smart Cooker that blows Instant Pots out of the water, TP-Link Kasa Smart Plugs back under $10 after they sold out on Prime Day, Roku media player deals starting at just $21, Lysol wipes at a slightly less inflated price, Apple's best-selling AirPods Pro for just $199, a Prime Day deal that never ended on the crazy wireless camera that lets your smartphone see anywhere, best-selling Mpow 059 over-ear wireless headphones with more than 30,000 5-star ratings for just $21.99, Tozo T6 true wireless earbuds with almost as many 5-star ratings for $31.99, crazy deals on top-selling Yeedi robot vacuums starting at just $89.99 for one day only, another big one-day sale on Arlo Video Doorbells and Arlo home security cameras, and more. Check out all of today's best bargains down below.



Powecom KN95 Face Mask Reusable, Disposable Masks on FDA EUA List, Protection for Dust Pollen,…

$26.06 ($2.61 / mask)
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Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer 8 oz Pump Bottle - Pack of 3

$22.20
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CHEF iQ World’s Smartest Pressure Cooker, Pairs with App Via WiFi for Meals in an Instant Bui…

$159.99
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Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link, Smart Home WiFi Outlet Works with Alexa, Echo, Google Home & IFTTT,…

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Apple AirPods Pro

$199.00
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Jointown Face Mask, Pack of 50 (5081)

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$51.90
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Executive Deals 6 Pack Household Cleaning Wipes - 80 wipes per can (480 Total Pieces)

$84.88
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DEPSTECH Wireless Endoscope, IP67 Waterproof WiFi Borescope Inspection 2.0 Megapixels HD Snake…

$28.79
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Mpow 059 Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear, Hi-Fi Stereo Wireless Headset, Foldable, Soft Memory-Pr…

$21.99
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TOZO T6 True Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth Headphones Touch Control with Wireless Charging Case IP…

$31.99
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Yeedi K600 Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Turbo Mode Suction Up to 1500Pa, Self-Charging, Quiet Clea…

$89.99
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Yeedi K650 Robot Vacuum,2000Pa Wi-Fi Robotic Vacuum Cleaner with XXL-Size 800ml Dustbin,130-min…

$149.99
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Yeedi K700 Robot Vacuum, 2 in 1 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner Mopping, 2000Pa Powerful Suction, Smart…

$189.99
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Arlo Video Doorbell | HD Video Quality, 2-Way Audio, Package Detection | Motion Detection and A…

$129.99
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$129.99
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Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera | Wire-Free, 2K Video & HDR | Color Night Vision, 2-Way Audio, 6-M…

$199.99
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$518.00
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October 16th 2020, 11:10 am

Amazon just launched an early holiday sale like nothing we’ve seen before – here’s what you need to

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Amazon's big Prime Day 2020 sale only lasted for two days this year instead of a full week like last year. It was packed so full of crazy deals, however, that we weren't sure what Amazon might have left ahead of the holidays this year. Well, we now have our answer — and it's like nothing we've ever seen before from the country's #1 online retailer.

The Holiday Dash sales event takes Black Friday and makes it a month-long affair. Crazy new deals will continue to pop up every single day during the sales event, and Amazon claims they'll be "Black Friday-worthy" deals with huge discounts on popular products. That's a pretty lofty claim, but so far Amazon is definitely delivering on its promise.

Wondering what kind of deals you can expect to see during this huge sales event? Here are some examples that are all available right now:

That's seriously just the tip of the iceberg and you can see all the hottest deals in Amazon's Holiday Dash sale right here. If you'd like to learn even more about this huge sale, you'll find everything you need to know in Amazon's press release, which we've pasted down below.


Shop Now, Save Now—Amazon’s Holiday Dash Event Starts Today with Black Friday-Worthy Deals Dropping Daily

‘Tis the season for early holiday savings with deep discounts, fast, free shipping and more than a million deals worldwide 

Black Friday-worthy deals across the most giftable categories—from small businesses and top brands, including toys, fashion, electronics, home, kitchen, beauty and more—all available at amazon.com/holidaydash   

Beat the holiday hustle with epic deals from brands including Levi’s, LEGO, SharkNinja, Marvel, Nintendo, Samsung and more

SEATTLE – (BUSINESSWIRE) – October 16, 2020 – (NASDAQ:AMZN) – Customers can shop now and score Black Friday-worthy deals with Amazon’s Holiday Dash deals event—deep discounts from small businesses and top brands are available across the hottest categories from toys to fashion, electronics, home, kitchen, beauty and more at amazon.com/holidaydash. With new deals dropping every day starting today, customers can shop early and with confidence that they are getting Black Friday-worthy deals and incredible savings on a huge selection of products—making it easy to check everyone off the gift list earlier than ever. Plus, Amazon will offer customers over a million deals worldwide throughout the season, in addition to the biggest-ever collection of Holiday Gift Guides and a wide selection of products at everyday low prices, making it truly a season of savings for customers all around the world.

Customers can start snatching up deals at amazon.com/holidaydash, on the Amazon App, or by simply asking, “Alexa, what are my deals?” Customers can also shop on smile.amazon.com/holidaydash or use AmazonSmile on the Amazon App and support their favorite charities while they check gifts off their lists—they’ll find the same amazing deals and Amazon shopping experience, with the added bonus that AmazonSmile will donate a portion of the purchase price of eligible products to a charity of their choice.

See below for more details on Amazon’s Holiday Dash deals event, more ways to shop all season long, and fast, free and convenient delivery options.

Holiday Dash: Early Black Friday Deals Daily

 

Amazon’s Holiday Dash deals event is serving up holiday cheer and epic savings early this year to give customers more time to shop and save. There’s no need to wait to secure great deals—with Holiday Dash, Amazon is making it easier than ever to find top gifts at amazing prices ahead of the holiday hustle—plus most items shipped now through December 31, 2020 can be returned until January 31, 2021. The deals included below, and many more, will be available on various dates and times beginning today, while supplies last.

Amazon Brands

Toys & Games

Fashion

Household, Kitchen, Home Improvement & Smart Home

Beauty, Health & Personal Care

Electronics

Small Businesses on Amazon Launchpad

Entertainment: Amazon Music, Audible, Books & Prime Video

Amazon Gift Cards

Amazon Credit Cards:

Automotive, Tools and Lawn & Garden

Sports & Outdoors

Pets

Whole Foods Market:

More Ways to Shop, All Season Long

Fast, Free & Convenient Delivery Options

At Amazon, incredible employees come together to deliver magical experiences for customers—every day and throughout the holiday season—and that includes offering fast, free and convenient delivery options for customers. Amazon announced just last month that it is hiring an additional 100,000 regular full-time and part-time jobs in its fulfillment and logistics network throughout the U.S. and Canada. With more than 150 new process improvements and safety measures implemented over the last several months, these permanent positions will work safely alongside the hundreds of thousands of employees already across Amazon’s network to ensure fast, and efficient delivery for customers throughout the holiday season, and beyond. In addition to free delivery on millions of items for all Amazon customers, Amazon offers a number of ways for customers to shop for and receive holiday gifts.

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October 16th 2020, 10:26 am

Netflix is releasing 74 new movies in October 2020 – here’s the full list

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September was a massive month for new movies on Netflix, both when it comes to Netflix's original films as well as popular movies that Netflix has licensed from other studios. Highlights from among the content Netflix licensed starting in September include Pineapple Express, Red Dragon, Glory, and all three installments of Back to the Future, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Then, when it comes to Netflix's new original films, there were three in particular that Netflix subscribers seemed to love the most: The new Charlie Kaufmann movie I'm Thinking of Ending Things starring Jesse Plemons, The Devil All The Time starring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson, and Enola Holmes starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill. 57 new movies in total were added to Netflix in September, and you can check them all out in our earlier coverage so you can be sure you caught all of the biggest new releases.

September is now behind us and October has arrived, so it's time we turn our attention to Netlfix's October 2020 movies list.

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October 16th 2020, 10:26 am

Hurry: Amazon has $3 KN95 masks that beat 3M N95 masks, according to NIOSH

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For basic coronavirus protection in low-risk situations, Amazon's best-selling 3-layer coronavirus face masks are fine. They're also on sale right now for just $0.23 each so it's a great time to stock up. You'd have to be crazy not to at least pick up a box since we'll all need to keep wearing face masks for the foreseeable future. If you want something a little sleeker, you'll also find black 3-ply face masks and reusable cloth face masks in stock right now. For higher-risk situations like riding public transportation or being anywhere that's indoors near other people, you need a better face mask that does more to protect you — 3-ply masks mainly keep you from spreading COVID-19 if you're already infected.



Powecom KN95 Face Mask Reusable, Disposable Masks on FDA EUA List, Protection for Dust Pollen,…

$26.06 ($2.61 / mask)
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Powecom KN95 face masks are the only KN95 masks on Amazon that have been tested by NIOSH and are on the FDA's list of authorized KN95 masks. Of note, NIOSH's testing found that these masks are up to 99.2% effective as opposed to the 95% minimum for an N95 or KN95 mask. Most N95 masks from 3M have been found by NIOSH to filter between 95% and 97% of small airborne particles like human coronaviruses, so these Powecom masks offer even better protection than the market leader.

You'll easily pay $100, $150, or even more for a 10-pack of comparable N95 masks, but these FDA-authorized Powecom KN95 face masks only cost $45 for a 10-pack. Grab them today, however, and you'll only pay $26.05 — that's $2.61 per mask! What's more, this is a straight discount as opposed to a coupon, so you can buy as many packs as you want at this price instead of just one. These masks sold out last week when tens of thousands of our readers swarmed Amazon to get them, so you shouldn't expect them to stay in stock too long.



Powecom KN95 Face Mask Reusable, Disposable Masks on FDA EUA List, Protection for Dust Pollen,…

$26.06 ($2.61 / mask)
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There's no question that those masks are our top choice and they're the best-selling KN95 masks among our readers, but there are two more great options we want to share. If those masks sell out of if you're looking for some variety to ensure you get masks with the best possible fit, check out COVAFLU KN95 face masks and SupplyAID KN95 face masks. The COVAFLU masks are by a British healthcare company called Clinova, and they're extremely popular on Amazon at under $3.00 each. SupplyAID masks are just as good, and 5-packs have a rare discount right now.



COVAFLU KN95 Disposable Fold Flat Face Mask (Pack of 10 KN95 Face Masks)

$25.99 ($2.60 / mask)
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SupplyAID RRS-KN95-5PK KN95 Protective Mask, Protection Against PM2.5 Dust. Pollen and Haze-Pro…

$15.63 ($3.13 / mask)
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Also of note as far as hand hygiene goes, there are some terrific hand sanitizer options on Amazon right now. Highlights include new lower prices on 3-packs of 8oz Purell pump bottles, 12-packs of 8oz Purell pump bottles, and 4-packs of large 1-liter Purell bottles, with that last option offering the lowest price per ounce for Purell on Amazon. You can also pick up wildly popular Suave hand sanitizer if those listings all sell out.



Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer 8 oz Pump Bottle - Pack of 3

$22.20
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PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer, Refreshing Gel, Clean Scent, 8 fl oz Sanitizer Table Top Pump B…

$51.90
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October 16th 2020, 10:26 am

Major study brings bad news about several of the most promising coronavirus cures

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Remdesivir was the first drug to confirm in clinical trials that it’s effective against the novel coronavirus, speeding up the recovery of hospitalized patients. The initial study showed that the drug couldn’t save lives, and Dr. Anthony Fauci made it clear from the start it isn't the “knockout” drug we're all waiting for. Instead, Remdesivir looked like a promising drug that might need additional help from other medicines to save lives. Remdesivir maker Gilead has been studying the drug in combination with other meds, including monoclonal antibody drugs. President Trump received a complex COVID-19 treatment that included an experimental antibody cocktail, remdesivir, and dexamethasone. A few days ago, a remdesivir study showed a “trend toward reduced mortality” in certain patients, which is still not the good news we wanted, as it implies there will be people who can't be saved by remdesivir.

This brings us to the biggest remdesivir study so far, the one that the World Health Organization (WHO) started a few months ago. The results are in and the research shows remdesivir isn’t the life-saving COVID-19 cure we're all desperately awaiting. On top of that, none of the other drugs that were included in the Solidarity trial were able to reduce COVID-19 mortality.

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October 16th 2020, 10:26 am

Best-selling Yeedi robot vacuums start at just $89.99 in Amazon’s big blowout sale

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A top-rated robot vacuum for just $89.99? Seriously?! Of course we're serious — we would never joke about something as important as a great deal.

Amazon's big Holiday Dash sale has begun and according to the nation's top online retailer, it will offer new Black Friday-worthy deals each day. And if the deals we're seeing in today's sale are any indication, Amazon absolutely plans to make good on that promise.

There are so many great deals available right now at Amazon, but there's one in particular that you really need to check out. It's a special one-day sale that slashes up to 40% off already-affordable Yeedi robot vacuums. Prices start at just $89.99 for the awesome entry-level Yeedi K600 Robot Vacuum Cleaner that punches well above its weight class and even tackles pet hair without any problem. If you want to step up to a mid-range model with stronger suction, longer battery life, and a larger dust bin, the Yeedi K650 Robot Vacuum that normally costs $220 is on sale for $149.99.

If you really want to go all out, it won't cost you much more at all. The awesome Yeedi K700 2-in-1 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner and Mop that normally costs $350 is on sale right now for just $189.99, which is a new all-time low price!

Yeedi K600 - $89.99



Yeedi K600 Robot Vacuum Cleaner with Turbo Mode Suction Up to 1500Pa, Self-Charging, Quiet Clea…

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Yeedi K650 - $149.99



Yeedi K650 Robot Vacuum,2000Pa Wi-Fi Robotic Vacuum Cleaner with XXL-Size 800ml Dustbin,130-min…

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Yeedi K700 - $189.99



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October 16th 2020, 10:26 am

The most exciting Google Maps trick now delivers a must-have feature for managing the coronavirus

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From the first months of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Google brought several new features to its most important products to help people manage these tough times. Google set up a COVID-19 resource information, gave COVID-19 coverage prominent placement inside News and YouTube, and updated Google Maps regularly with features meant to help people navigate the pandemic. Google Maps allowed store owners to update their listings with accurate information during lockdowns and offered warnings when users started looking for doctors. The app also started highlighting restaurants that deliver food at the time. Google also used location information to show whether communities were respecting lockdown measures. More recently, it added a new layer to Maps that offers information at-a-glance about the infectivity rate of a region and the trend so that people can alter travel plans in real-time.

This brings us to what might be one of the most important coronavirus-related changes Google made to Maps. And one of the best things about it is that it’ll work inside Google’s most exciting trick for Google Maps so far, Live View.

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October 16th 2020, 7:40 am

Dell just released the first full Black Friday ad of 2020

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Amazon's Prime Day is over, but there's no rest for the wicked, and it's apparently time to start revving up for Black Friday. Despite the fact that Thanksgiving is still nearly a month and a half away, Dell has already released its Black Friday catalog for 2020, featuring 30 pages of deals on desktops, laptops, monitors, and more.

The sale itself is appropriately confusing, with multiple start dates for different offers. The Black Friday Sneak Peek has actually already begun, with deals on select Alienware, Precision, and Vostro, and XPS products now available on Dell's website. The main sale starts on November 16th and lasts through November 28th, with doorbuster deals throughout the sale. Then Dell's Cyber Week sales will go live from November 29th to December 6th.

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October 16th 2020, 6:55 am

Trump and Dr. Fauci are fighting over COVID-19 – and now Bill Gates is getting involved

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Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began, Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Trump haven't exactly been on the same page. Recently, the tension between the two intensified when Fauci on Monday said that the Trump campaign should remove a campaign ad featuring some of Fauci's own remarks about the coronavirus.

As Fauci explained to CNN, he didn't consent to his remarks being used in the ad and, beyond that, was displeased that the quote attributed to him was taken completely out of context and, as a result, was wholly misleading.

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October 16th 2020, 6:55 am

Earth’s Moon may be the reason we’re all here today

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Thanks to the incredible work of scientists around the world, we know a lot about how life took root here on Earth. We know that a combination of water, heat, and maybe even impacts from extraterrestrial objects likely played a role in taking the building block of life and turning them into something more. However, a new study suggests that the Moon may have played a pivotal role in maintaining Earth's habitability in those very early days.

Earth wasn't always habitable, of course. It started out as a volatile rock with very little in terms of life-supporting resources. The Sun's intense radiation may have threatened to degrade Earth's atmosphere to a point that life could never catch on, but the Moon, as it turns out, may have helped a lot.

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October 16th 2020, 6:55 am

The next major Spider-Man villain might be hiding in plain sight

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An increasing number of reports seem to indicate that Disney and Sony haven’t just gotten over their silly fight about money from last summer that threatened to remove Peter Parker for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but they’re actually closer than ever. If everything we’ve heard in the past few weeks pans out, Spider-Man will have a much bigger presence in the MCU than ever before. Some of Sony’s Spider-Man-related characters that the studio will use its SUMC might also appear in the MCU. Also, a beloved Avenger will become Spider-Man’s new mentor in the upcoming Spider-Man 3.

To top it all off, word on the street is that Kevin Feige wants Sony’s former Spider-Men to join the MCU in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield would further advance the multiverse concept and bring the Spider-verse to live-action Marvel movies. If that’s not enough, Miles Morales is also coming to future MCU films, and he might pair up with none other than Robert Downey Jr.’s iconic Tony Stark. But an alternate reality Stark.

So, yes, the joint Marvel-Sony Spider-Man effort might pay off handsomely for both parties by keeping the MCU and SUMC tightly connected. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. It turns out that one of the upcoming Spider-Man villains has been hiding in plain sight all this time, and he might soon come to the fore.

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October 16th 2020, 6:55 am

Coronavirus hit the US hardest – but the next 4 months could be even worse

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The novel coronavirus infection rate in the US has been trending up since early September, when the number of daily infections settled at around 35,000 cases a day. This week’s figures are significantly higher, with the total number of new COVID-19 cases averaging between 40,000 and 50,000. Health experts warn that the worst is yet to come and that the US might be about to experience the worst phase of the COVID-19 pandemic yet. Winter could bring a major spike in cases, and the current infection rate in some states is seen as an indication that things will worsen before they get better.

"This winter — this November, December, January, February — could be the worst time in our epidemic," Dr. Peter Hotez said in an interview. "Get ready to hunker down." Hotez is the dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine.

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October 16th 2020, 6:55 am
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