Today’s best deals: Free money from Amazon, big headphones sale, $6 smart plugs, $34 Roku, $17 Wi-Fi extender, more

Happy Friday, bargain hunters! Your reward for making it to the end of the week is a roundup of the very best daily deals available today, and the star of the show is… free money! Buy $50 worth of Amazon gift cards and Amazon will give you a $15 credit for free if you enter the coupon code 19GIFTCARD at checkout and you’ve never bought gift cards on Amazon’s site before. You can also just go to this page and click the button to apply this promotion to your account instead of manually entering the coupon. Then just add the $50 to your own account — you’re going to spend $65 on Amazon anyway, so why not get $15 of it for free!?

Other top deals on Friday include an awesome Galaxy Note 10 case for just $11.98 when you use the exclusive coupon code 20BGROFF at checkout, Sony wireless headphones with week-long battery life and a ton of bass for just $78 instead of $130, $14 off AirPods, $20 off AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, super popular true wireless that are just like AirPods for only $27.29 with coupon code ZZPJOVCC, $60 Anker noise cancelling true wireless earbuds for $39.99, Alexa and Google enabled Wi-Fi smart plugs for only $5.72 a piece today only, the Roku Premiere with 4K and HDR support for only $34, the Fire TV Stick 4K for just $6 more than the Roku, a best-selling Wi-Fi range extender for $16.97, one of Amazon’s best-selling portable Bluetooth speakers for just $19.99, a top-rated electric toothbrush bundle for $16.99 today only, and more. Check out all of today’s top deals below.

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Adidas and AriZona Iced Tea to Release Riot-Free Second Collaboration

The new adidas x AriZona Iced Tea collaboration drops September 1. (Photo Credit: adidas)

In the modern sneaker game, riots are something of a slightly-distant memory. We’ve come a long way from the days of the notorious 2011 Air Jordan 11 Concord drama. That said, can you blame sneakerheads for raising a little hell over 99-cent pairs of shoes?

Let’s backtrack for a second: earlier this summer, adidas announced a unique collaboration with AriZona Iced Tea. Yeah, you read that right. The collaboration featured a lineup of four sneakers with colorways themed around cans of AriZona Iced Tea. They were, shockingly, kinda dope as hell. And while the shoes were scheduled to receive a regular wide release, their big debut involved a pop-up in New York at which fans would be able to purchase a can of AriZona Sweet (or Green) Tea for the long-standing price of 99 cents — and get a pair of the shoes for free with it.

A colorway of the new adidas x AriZona Iced Tea Continental Vulc sneaker, dropping September 1. (Photo Credit: adidas)

Reader, you may be surprised to hear that quite a few people showed up for this event. So many so that it was shut down by the NYPD before it even had a chance to open. Gone were the 99-cent sneakers. Gone was the dream. The four shoes received a release eventually but sold out quickly and are still in high demand. The Green Tea Yung-1 has resold for as much as $600 since then.

Never fear, though. Now that the dust has settled, the brands are back at it with a bigger drop and a wider release (and, hopefully, a riot-free one). This new drop features a whopping 12 sneakers with an array of festive, vibrant prints paying homage to a variety of AriZona beverages. The line is largely based around the adidas Continental Vulc, but they threw in a few pairs of classic slides for the summer vibes.

A colorway of the adidas x AriZona Iced Tea Continental Vulc sneaker. (Photo Credit: adidas)

As far as colorways go, there are quite a few choices for fans to pick from. The highlight is easily the Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey colorway, which was also incorporated into the first drop. However, don’t sleep on the Watermelon or Mucho Mango colorways.

The adidas x AriZona Iced Tea Adilette slide. (Photo Credit: adidas)

Does this collaboration make a ton of sense? Nope. Do we care? Not even a little bit. Against all odds, the adidas x AriZona collaboration has been one of the highlights of the summer for sneakerheads and while we can’t rightfully condone riots by any means, it just makes the story of how these shoes came to be all the more entertaining.

A colorway of the adidas x AriZona Iced Tea Continental Vulc sneaker. (Photo Credit: adidas)

You can pick up the adidas AriZona Iced Tea collection on September 1.

Google starts implementing text search in Photos

Google Photos has been known for its AI engine and the ability to search by objects in your images looking for specific colors, animals and face expressions. Now it’s learning a new trick – you can search text in your images. Not only that but it will also provide it to you in plain form for editing.

Text search in Google Photos on Android

Currently, you can go into your Google Photos app and type any text you know is on a screenshot or a photo. If you want to copy it, just click the Lens button on the bottom and you’ll have highlighted words for copy/paste. However, our experience with some handwritten notes shows that Google struggles with cursive as well as less known words and abbreviations.

You spotted it! Starting this month, we’re rolling out the ability to search your photos by the text in them.

Once you find the photo you’re looking for, click the Lens button to easily copy and paste text. Take that, impossible wifi passwords 😏

— Google Photos (@googlephotos) August 22, 2019

The search-by-text feature also works on your desktop browser, but you can’t use Lens for obvious reasons. It is also struggling with wavy words and foreign symbols, so, for now, you should stick to printed letters and well-known fonts.

A quick experiment revealed that the Google engine can recognize a Nissan car on the streets, but cannot process an invitation with the word “nissan” on it, so the service still needs time to be perfected.


‘Streets of Rage 4’ is shaping up to be a worthy sequel

Streets of Rage 4‘s announcement landed with a bit of a thud. The original trilogy of Genesis games is beloved, and for many remains the benchmark for the genre. It’s now been 15 years since Streets of Rage 3, and a teaser trailer for a new game showing a cast of hand-drawn characters against some decidedly modern music looked more like a Saturday morning cartoon than a faithful new chapter. While many were excited for the return, a vocal group voiced their concerns.

The gameplay teaser that followed half a year later showed a 2D game that seemed to play like the originals, but the art style still didn’t seem “right.” Why is the art such a massive departure? Would the game feel as direct and satisfying to play? Those were the kind of questions I was (silently, unlike many fans on social media) asking myself.

Then came the musicians. Last month, the game’s publisher Dotemu announced that Motohiro Kawashima and Yuzo Koshiro, whose contributions to the original soundtracks are legendary, were on board, joined by Hedeki Naganuma (Jet Set Radio), Keji Yamagishi (Ninja Gaiden) and Yoko

Giveaway: Supermicro Z390 C9Z390-CGW Gaming Motherboad

Taking us into the final weeks of the summer, we have a new giveaway courtesy of the always awesome Supermicro. The company has sent our community team one of their Z390 ATX motherboards, the SuperO C9Z390-CGW, and one lucky reader is going to win it. So if you’re angling to build a new gaming system around one of Intel’s Socket 1151 9th Gen Core CPUs, then this may be just the part you need to get started.

The C9Z390-CGW is a premium version of Supermicro’s well-regarded ATX sized C9Z390-CG, taking the important elements from that board while adding some additional features. There are a pair of full-length PCIe 3.0 x16 slot with steel slot reinforcement, as well as an unreinforced PCIe 3.0 x4 slot and a trio of x1 slots. The board also includes two PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 slots, placed above and below the x16 slots respectively. Also included are the usual six SATA ports, which are angled towards the front of the board.

Supermicro C9Z390-CGW ATX Motherboard Product Page Link Price $290 Size ATX CPU Interface LGA1151 Chipset Intel Z390 Memory Slots (DDR4) Four DDR4
Supporting 128 GB
Up to DDR4-3866 Video Outputs 1 x HDMI 1.4b
2 x DisplayPort 1.2 Network Connectivity Intel I219-V Gigabit
Aquantia AQC107 10G
Dual Band 802.11ac + BT 5.0 Onboard Audio Realtek ALC1220 PCIe Slots for Graphics (from CPU) 2 x PCIe 3.0 x16 Onboard SATA 6 x Onboard M.2 2 x PCIe 3.0 x4 USB 3.1 (10 Gbps) 3 x Type-A Rear Panel
1 x Type-C Rear Panel
1 x Type-C Header USB 3.0 (5 Gbps) 2 x Type-A Rear Panel
2 x Type-A Header RGB 2 x 12v Power Connectors 1 x 24-pin ATX
1 x 8pin CPU

Controller-wise the board is using a Realtek ALC1220 HD audio codec to power the five 3.5 mm audio jacks and S/PDIF optical output on the rear, an Intel I219V Gigabit controller for the GigE LAN port, and a dual-band 802.11ac wireless networking adapter is also included. Unique to this board as a premium feature is a 10GigE controller in the form of Aquantia’s popular AQC107 controller, feeding the board’s high-speed Ethernet port. The rest of the rear panel is comprised of three USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A ports, one USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a PS/2 combo port, and a trio of display outputs consisting of two DisplayPort 1.2 outputs and an HDMI 1.4b port.

The gaming-focused board also includes a pair of 12v headers for RGB lighting. The motherboard itself is also equipped with RGB LEDs, offering numerous lighting options. Control is provided via SuperMicro’s SUPERO Booster software.

The giveaway is running through September 6th and is open to all US residents (sorry, ROW!). You can enter below, and you can find more details (and the full discussion) about the giveaway over on the AnandTech Forums.

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Cell C to mitigate S&P downgrade

August 23, 2019 • Mobile and Telecoms, Southern Africa

Cell C to mitigate S&P downgrade

Cell C to mitigate S&P downgrade

Cell C expects that the expanded roaming agreement will advance their path to sustainability.

In March 2019, Cell C appointed Douglas Craigie Stevenson as interim CEO. He went on to publish an open letter detailing the plans to rescue the network provider from debt, poor business performance and liquidity problems.

“We don’t have another chance to do this again. We have to do this right,” said Stevenson.

Five months into his appointment, Cell C granted Stevenson, who previously worked as the CEO of Telekom Networks Malawi Plc, the opportunity to take up the permanent CEO role with immediate effect.

Since taking office, Stevenson appointed ‘Deloitte as independent financial restructuring advisors to assist in optimising business processes’, ‘Bowmans attorneys to investigate any parts of the business where we suspect that there may be irregular business practices’ as well as ‘PwC to do a full procurement audit and review of our processes’ – all in an effort to ensure that there is clarity and transparency within the organisation.

And while the company seemed to believe they are on the right track to turning Cell C around – financial analytics company, S&P Global released a report on Friday, 23 August 2019, downgrading Cell C to D (Default) status.

According to Cell C, the suspension of interest payments in July is part of the wider initiatives to improve liquidity and to restructure their balance sheet.  They also aim to continue to work proactively with all stakeholders to improve its liquidity, debt profile and long-term competitiveness as part of its strategic roadmap.

Earlier in August 2019, Cell C announced that it has entered into a term sheet to expand the provisions of its roaming agreement with MTN to better control its capital expenditure and operating costs.  Through this agreement, the company hopes to lay the groundwork for broader national roaming.

Cell C expects that the expanded roaming agreement together with the recapitalisation transaction will advance their path to sustainability.

Stevenson adds, ”We are committed to simplifying the business model, right-sizing and optimising the business.  We have engaged with S&P throughout this process and believe we are on the right track with the transactions currently being finalised.”

Edited by Jenna Cook

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Please, for the love of God, shut up about the Apple Card getting ruined by leather and denim

Following gadget blogs is a great way to keep tabs on the latest and greatest things happening in the consumer tech industry. It’s also a great way to lose your mind on slow news days, like the one we apparently had yesterday. Do a quick Google search and you’ll find dozens upon dozens of blog posts bitching and moaning about Apple’s recent warning that leather and denim might stain the finish on its new credit card, which is now available to the general public in the US. Apple made a huge deal about the fancy design of its new Apple Card, and about the titanium it uses instead of plastic. Apple’s messaging is always very focused on design and quality, so bloggers are completely flipping out over the fact that the Apple Card apparently stains so easily that Apple had to issue a warning of sorts, along with care instructions that explain how to clean it.

Here are some examples: One of my favorite sites, Gizmodo, titled their post “Apple: Our Precious Credit Card Must Be Handled Like a Delicate Flower From Heaven.” Cute. One of my least favorite sites, New York Post, went with “Apple Card’s bizarre cleaning alert: Beware denim and leather” and included the subheading “It’s a delicate snowflake.” Get it? Snowflake. Because Apple is a liberal company. Hahaha trash.

There are hundreds more blog posts where those came from. Apple says leather might stain the Apple Card, which stinks because most wallets are made out of leather and that’s obviously where people keep their credit cards. Apple also says denim can stain its titanium card, which stinks because lots of people wear jeans made out of denim. It’s definitely a bummer, so aren’t all the whiny bloggers out there actually making a good point? This would be a pretty big issue, except for one small problem: Leather and denim will also stain every other damn credit card on the entire damn planet.

The problem with leather wallets is that most of them are made out of very low-quality leather. That goes without saying for cheap wallets, of course. But believe it or not, even many fancy wallets that cost hundreds of dollars use low-quality leather. This leather is dyed, of course, and the die can rub off on things over time. Combine that with the fact that dust, dirt, and lint often work their way wallets, and any credit card can easily get stained. Denim is dyed too, so the issue also relates to jeans.

This is not a new phenomenon and I really have no idea why it’s something all these tech bloggers have never heard of before. The rest of us who live on planet Earth, carry wallets, and wear jeans know that this can be an issue.

Here, take a look at a credit card I just randomly pulled out of the slim wallet I’ve been carrying forever:

It’s a Charles Schwab debit card and it looks like crap. Look at the

'Beyond’ delivers the ‘No Man’s Sky’ experience I was waiting for

If there was ever a game that rode its hype train off a cliff, it’s No Man’s Sky, which burned bright right up until the moment people got to play it. From a jaw-dropping announcement at E3 2014, it was clear that the infinite, procedurally generated game promised a lot.

Spoilers for the early chapters (and the very end) of No Man’s Sky, although only a couple, because Dan got waylaid.

I was so won over by the original trailer that I bought a PS4, returning to Sony after a decade with an Xbox 360. No Man’s Sky was a clear reason to buy the console, and I was determined that I would love it, right up until it got kicked to death when it launched. Critics and fans seemed to agree that Hello Games had over promised — and seriously underdelivered.

This infinite procedurally generated universe was a technical marvel, but it was often empty, buggy and ugly. There were missing features, and people felt that No Man’s Sky was barely a game at all, just a technical marvel to admire and move on from. Some

5 Sleep Essentials You Can Get for Up to 74% Off

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Puro Down Dark Gray Weighted Blanket

Clinical evidence suggests that a weighted blanket can promote a more restful sleep. Unlike some others that use plastic beads, these from Puro Down feature glass beads that are sewn into each blanket to provide the pressure you need to get the sleep you deserve. They’re hypoallergenic, easy to clean, and come in a variety of weights and sizes.

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A restful sleep does not always come easily. And this is especially the case for those who live in a noisy area. But all that can change with the LectroFan. This small and portable device offers a range of white and ambient sounds that drown out the noise pollution so you’ll fall asleep faster. Plus it doubles as a Bluetooth speaker so you can use it during the day too.

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The sale that slashes insanely popular true wireless earbuds just like AirPods to $27 ends today

Apple’s AirPods 2 are great, and they’re discounted right now on Amazon so you can get them for $144.99 instead of $159, or for $179 instead of $199 if you want the wireless charging case. Before you go spending that much on earbuds though, there’s another option you should definitely consider. The SoundPEATS TrueCapsule True Wireless Earbuds have extended stems just like AirPods and they also have touch control to activate the voice assistant, again just like AirPods. The biggest difference is that you can clip the on-site coupon and use the promo code ZZPJOVCC at checkout, and you’ll only pay $27.29 instead of $145 or more! This deal ends today, so get in on the action while you still can.

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First Oppo Reno2 teaser pops up

Oppo is bringing the second generation Reno flagship next week, and official teasers have already started appearing on Chinese TV. The company posted three 15-second bits, merged into one video, on its Weibo page, and we’ll let the video speak for itself:

The phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 730G chipset and will come with 20x Zoom, Ultra Dark Mode and Ultra Steady Mode. However, the zoom will be 5x Hybrid and 20X digital, meaning there is no periscope module on the new handset.

The first series of the Reno had an unusual shark-fin style elevating camera, and the new edition will keep the solution – all Reno2 renders and images have been sporting it.

The front shooter will have a 16MP sensor, while the rear will have four cameras – 48MP + 13MP telephoto + 8MP ultra-wide-angle + 2MP depth sensor.

Pricing and availability are the last unknowns around the new series, but we expect these details at the official launch, scheduled for August 28.

Source (in Chinese) | Via

iDevices' Alexa-powered smart light switch finally goes on sale

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One of the problems with smart homes is the variety of different devices and software you need to automate different parts of your house. iDevice is aiming to simplify the smart home experience with the Instinct, a smart light switch with Alexa built-in that was announced last year and is now on sale. The idea is to save precious counter space in your kitchen and control your power, air conditioning and lights all from one location.

The light switch doesn’t require a separate Alexa device, so you could use it instead of an Echo or other smart speaker. You can control the Instinct using the Alexa app, including the creation of Routines to automate daily tasks, and you can access Alexa skills too.

Another potential use for a smart light switch is in the entryway to your home. You could turn on your AC, play music, turn on your lights and open your blinds the moment you step through the door, all by

Best Laptops: Q3 2019

In our series of laptop buyers guides, here’s the latest update to our list of recommended laptops. All numbers in the text are updated to reflect pricing at the time of writing.

It’s a tricky time to be shopping for new laptops, with the big news in the laptop space being Intel’s launch of it’s 10th generation Core processors, and which comes with a twist. Some 10th gen parts will be 14nm Comet Lake, based on the years-old Skylake core but with updated LPDDR4X support, more cores, and faster frequencies. Other 10th generation parts will be the new 10 nm Ice Lake SoC, offering improved CPU IPC with lower initial frequencies, and with the added bonus of a much improved GPU.

These parts are going to start arriving in devices in the very near future. Overall most of the laptops in this list are going to get upgraded internals, it’s just a matter of when. So if you are in the market, holding out for the new processors should provide more performance and battery life, although on the flipside, finding an 8th gen notebook on clearance can also be a great way to get into a new device.

Laptop Recommendations Q3 2019 Segment Model Starting Price (As of writing) Entry Level Chuwi LapBook SE $279.99 USD   Microsoft Surface Go $399 USD Midrange Chuwi AeroBook $499 USD   Dell Inspiron 15 5585 $545.59 USD Premium Ultrabooks Lenovo ThinkPad X395 $902.30 USD   Dell XPS 13 $899 USD Convertibles Microsoft Surface Pro 6 $699 USD   HP Spectre Folio $1149.99 USD Discrete GPU Laptops Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme $1763.40 USD   Microsoft Surface Book 2 $1299 USD   Apple MacBook Pro 15 $2399 USD

As always, we’ll break the guide down into several segments to serve various markets, from low-cost, to mid-range, to high end.

Entry level laptops are going to be lacking features against their more expensive competition, but it’s where the trade-offs are made that make or break something in this category.

Chuwi LapBook SE

We’ve recommended the Chuwi LapBook SE before, and it still slots in at the entry level for this guide. Chuwi tends to offer a lot of product for the dollar, and their latest LapBook SE is no exception. This model is slightly different than the previous one we recommended, and although it seems like a downgrade, it fixes one of the biggest issues with the LapBook SE. Chuwi outfits this with the latest Intel Celeron N4100, based on Gemini Lake, and the performance is a nice jump up from previous models. Gemini Lake is also the first x86 SoC to launch with LPDDR4 support, of which there is only 4 GB in this laptop, which is definitely a drawback. Chuwi originally sold this in North America with a 32 GB eMMC OS drive, and a 128 GB SATA SSD, but the model they are selling now is 64 GB of eMMC only. This is the change I mentioned above that seems like a downgrade,

Naspers gets shareholder green light for Prosus mega-listing

Basil Sgourdos

Naspers has received enough votes from shareholders to proceed with an Amsterdam listing of assets including a R1.9-trillion stake in Chinese Internet giant Tencent Holdings.

Africa’s largest company by market value secured sufficient backing after a vote in Cape Town on Friday, according to company secretary Gillian Kisbey-Green. Naspers needed at least 75% of investors to endorse the spin-off, which is scheduled for 11 September.

Naspers will retain a 73% majority stake in the new company, known as Prosus, which will also have investments in Internet firms from Germany and the US to India and Brazil. The move is intended to ease the company’s dominance of Johannesburg’s stock exchange and close a valuation gap between the Tencent stake and Naspers as a whole, which is worth R1.5-trillion.

“This listing wont fix everything,” chief financial officer Basil Sgourdos said at the investor meeting, in reference to the discount. “We have a lot more work to do.”

Naspers shares declined 0.9% to R3 399.25 as of 2.38pm in Johannesburg. Shareholders were expected to support the listing, analysts said earlier this week.  — (c) 2019 Bloomberg LP

Protect your new Galaxy Note 10 with awesome cases at their lowest prices ever

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 was just released today, and there are two indisputable facts about this sleek new flagship phone. First, it’s one of the best smartphones the world has ever seen thanks to its stunning design, awesome features, and plenty of power. Second, it’s one of the most expensive smartphones the world has ever seen. Whether you’re planning to get yourself a new Galaxy Note 10 soon or you’ve already bought one, you absolutely need to protect it in a high-quality case. Of course, you also still want it to look great, so that narrows your options a bit.

We highly reccomend Ghostek’s brand new lineup of Galaxy Note 10 cases, and we happen to have an exclusive coupon for you that slashes 20% off the price of each case! Just use the coupon code 20BGROFF at checkout on Amazon and you’ll get any of these cases at its lowest price ever. Trust us, you’ll be thankful the first time you drop your $1,000 Note 10 and it survives the fall just fine.

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