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Whether you're on the go a lot or just like to have entertainment at your fingertips, one of the best ways to fight off boredom is with a stellar tablet. You’ll have access to shows, movies, games, books, magazines, songs and more in a portable, lightweight device.
Luckily, this stellar Amazon Fire HD 10 bundle is on sale for $96 at Amazon, down from $190. It’s currently the lowest price on the internet.
A great Apple iPad alternative, this compact tablet has a brilliant 10-inch HD display at 1080p and 12 hours of battery life so it won’t conk out mid-show. It features a lightning-fast Octa-core processor paired with 2GB of memory and 32GB of on-board storage (expandable up to a whopping 512GB), which makes it the speediest of all Amazon Fire tablets.
"The tablet is awesome! It is really fast and it is really smooth," a five-star fan said in the reviews. "I have the Fire HD 8 and it's not nearly as fast or smooth at this tablet. Plus with the Anker Type C PD charger, I've been able to charge this tablet at 16 watts! Fast charging, type c, faster wifi, faster processor, and etc... this tablet is a steal."
It seamlessly works with Prime Video and Amazon Music, as well as hundreds of apps, games and more. Just imagine watching The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag or playing Candy Crush wherever you want—whether that’s outside on a lounge chair or snuggled up in bed.
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Grab this tablet while you can—say goodbye to stir-craziness and hello to a whole new world of fun.
The U.S. Commerce Department on Wednesday announced new rules intended to curb the sale of offensive cybersecurity products to some countries with "authoritarian" practices, according to a Federal Register submission. U.S. companies and any company that sells U.S.-made cyber software will need a license when selling hacking tools to certain foreign governments or any buyers, including middlemen, located in Russia or China. "The United States Government opposes the misuse of technology to abuse human rights or conduct other malicious cyber activities, and these new rules will help ensure that U.S. companies are not fueling authoritarian practices," the Commerce Department said in a statement.
Britain said on Wednesday it had secured deals for two COVID-19 antivirals, one developed by Merck and the other by Pfizer, which it said could be used to treat patients by the end of the year if regulatory approval is granted. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has removed almost all COVID-19 restrictions and is relying on COVID-19 vaccines and treatments to try and withstand winter pressures on hospitals given high case numbers of more than 40,000 new infections a day. "We may soon have a new defence in our arsenal with two new antiviral drugs that we have secured," health minister Sajid Javid said in a statement.
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The U.S. Department of Commerce has announced that it will ban the export of hacking tools to authoritarian governments in an effort to curb violations of human rights and other malicious cyber activities. The rule, first reported by The Washington Post and later confirmed by the Commerce Department, will effectively ban the export or resale of hacking software and equipment to China, Russia, and other countries of concern for national security reasons, without a license from the department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). The move comes after the Biden administration in March restricted the export of U.S. technologies — including advanced semiconductors and software that uses encryption for information security — to China and Russia as it continues to take a hard-line national security approach towards the two countries.
DJ-producer Marshmello has signed with talent, entertainment and sports agency company UTA, which will represent him in all areas worldwide, the company announced Tuesday (Oct. 20). With hit singles and collaborations with the likes of Juice WRLD, Halsey, Demi Lovato, Bastille, Kane Brown, Selena Gomez, Jonas Brothers and more, Marshmello has clocked nearly 10.5 billion […]
In what would be a blockbuster acquisition, PayPal is reportedly exploring the purchase of social media company Pinterest, according to Bloomberg. According to the publication, San Jose, California-based PayPal has “recently approached” Pinterest about a potential buyout. Citing an anonymous source, Bloomberg said PayPal could pay around $70 a share, which would value Pinterest at about $39 billion.
Stocks extended gains on Wednesday as investors eyed a batch of stronger-than-expected earnings results with increasing optimism over the trajectory of corporate profits, even in the face of ongoing supply chain constraints.
A roadside bomb struck a vehicle carrying security forces in a former stronghold of local militants in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday, killing four, police said. The area served as a base for the Pakistani Taliban until a few years ago, when the army said it cleared the region of insurgents. Senior police officer Abdul Samad Khan said two police officers and two soldiers were killed in the attack.
Countless American lives have been touched by opioid addiction or lost to it. And this crisis, more and more, is getting covered by TV. High-profile projects in which opioids play a part include HBO’s “Mare of Easttown,” with Kate Winslet’s title character in slow-motion grief over the loss of her son to drugs, and Showtime’s […]
Amazon Prime Video announced that “Everybody Loves Natti,” the upcoming docuseries about Dominican singer-songwriter Natti Natasha, will premiere on Nov. 19. Over six episodes, “Everybody Loves Natti” will cover details of the reggaeton star’s personal life, including her fertility issues and her experience with her latest album, “Nattividad.” The series will also feature her friends […]
AWARD-WINNING shared service center Dover Business Services (DBS) continues to empower its operating companies and talents as it realizes its strategic goals.For three years in a row, the World HR Congress
Lewis Capaldi led the 2021 ASCAP London Music Awards with four honors for his songwriting, including a top trophy for songwriter of the year, the performing rights organization announced Tuesday. The plaudits came as a result of the American success of two singles — “Someone You Loved,” which was also named song of the year […]
THE construction of the first two courtyard buildings of Almond Drive in Talisay City is now in full swing.Its developer Primary Homes Inc. (PHI) is set to turn over the walk-up condominium units in the
The Wyoming Department of Transportation warned drivers of dangerous winter conditions on roads on October 19. “Weather impacts are causing widespread snow accumulation, slick roads, and reduced visibility,” they said.The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories across the state.Some roads were temporarily closed due to the wintry weather. According to reports, in the early hours of October 20, multiple crashes occurred on Interstate 80, causing delays.Footage shows snow covering the ground in Casper, Wyoming. Credit: @reidrasner via Storyful