Microsoft's Xbox One S Fifa 17 bundle.This week's round-up of the best video game deals and discounts in the UK is dominated by PlayStation 4 and Xbox One bundles involving some of the biggest recent releases.Included among them is a PS4 Slim with Fifa 17 for just shy of £250 and an Xbox One S with Battlefield 1 and Gears of War 4 for £269.There's an Xbox One with Mafia 3, Gears of War 4 and Fifa 17 for £279 and a PS4 Slim 1TB model with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's legacy bundle, Mafia 3 and either Overwatch or Destiny: The Collection for £319.On the games side of things there's Star Wars Battlefront for £12.50, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition for £10, Rise of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One for £19.99 and Metal Gear Solid 5: Definitive Edition for £23.85.Thanks as ever to Hot UK Deals for supplying our list.
Compact dash cams, Instant Pot pressure cookers, and a $22 bidet lead off Saturday s best deals.Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal.Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale.Vantrue Mini Dash Cam, $70 with code VANTRUE1Vantrue s compact N1 dash cam is only $70 today with promo code VANTRUE1, but even at that price, it doesn t skimp on features.Before you tackle your next DIY project, check out this BOGO 50% off deal on select Porter Cable tools.
If you ve been eagerly awaiting to get the iPhone 7 Plus in that glossy new Jet Black finish and disappointed by the lack of availability since the device launched last month, you might want to try heading to your local Apple Store as soon as you get the chance.It seems Apple s production of both the larger iPhone 7 model and the new color option are finally catching up to demand, as many of Apple s US retail locations are showing they have units on hand — at least for the time being.The handy website iStockNow combines Google Maps with backend data from Apple s reservation system to offer a near real-time visualization of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus availability across the country.As of the start of this weekend, the iPhone 7 Plus in Jet Black is showing up as in-stock at a majority of Apple Stores, and in many big cities as well, including Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.Of course, a store s exact availability depends on the color and storage size of the device you want, not to mention the carrier needed — then again, you now have the option of buying an unlocked iPhone 7.Also, it s best to call your local store or even place a reservation on Apple s website before you go there in person, just to double-check.
For almost 30 years, Garmin has been producing GPS technology for a wide range of industries, including automotive, aviation, marine, and – crucially for our purposes – fitness.But - if you've decided to go with Garmin as your next running watch producer - it can be tricky working out which is the right device for you and how much you should really spend and don't want to push further out into the multi-sport models that can track you over a triathlon or hike .Screen size: Pink/White, Green/White, Violet/White & Black/Silver: 0.81-inch x 0.77-inch; Black/Red & Orange/Black: 0.98-inch x 0.94-inch Touchscreen: No Battery life using GPS: 5 hours Battery life on standby: 35 days Onboard storage: 7 activities Bluetooth connection: No Smartwatch capabilities: No Multisport: NoThe Forerunner 10 is Garmin s cheapest and most basic running watch, designed primarily to compete in the saturated market of sub-£100/$130/AU$170 GPS watches.For novice runners, or those who aren t too concerned with going into the forensic detail of every training session, this watch represents good value.What it lacks in functionality the Forerunner 10 certainly makes up for in durability and it s even water-resistant up to 50m.
Online streaming is bigger than ever, and with so many streaming services adding new shows and movies every week, it can be nearly impossible to sort through the good and the bad.If you need something to watch and don t want to wade through the digital muck that washes up on the internet s shores, follow our picks below for the best new shows and movies worth a watch.Set in 17-century New England, Robert Eggers The Witch feels very much in tune with its bygone setting.The terror that plagues the central family is religious in nature, and the film takes a refreshing look at the beliefs of colonial settlers.When eldest daughter Thomasin Anya Taylor-Joy is watching newborn Samuel, an unseen force snatches him away, and the family must contend with the dark forces in the woods as well as their own fears of sin and damnation.It can be difficult to find meaningful work and relationships in the modern world, but as Insecure shows, there is plenty to laugh about along the way.
We use a lot of GoPros here at Gizmodo.We use them to shoot timelapse battery tests for phones and 360 degree videos of multibillion dollar transit hubs and test runs of expensive cars on a dirt track.GoPro has become the de facto action camera because it s simple enough for anyone to use and small enough to go anywhere.But now, two years after the last big Hero camera, GoPro is back with a significant update that packs in more features, retails for cheaper, and sacrifices only a minute amount of battery in the process.The Hero5 merges the best features of both variants and adds-on a few more like image stabilisation, which is useful when trying to get a smooth shot on the back of a dune buggy or a sick tracking shot while perched on your CitiBike.You can tell the Hero5 to start and stop recording, which is useful for anyone engaged in some extreme sporting.
Does the above shot of Japan's Mount Fuji look familiar?Taken by Bristol-based photographer Charles Emerson, the picture is a modern-day recreation of the 18th-century ukiyo-e woodcut art responsible for some of Japan's best-known imagery."I wanted to pay homage to Hiroshige, a woodcut master," says Emerson, 34, "while trying to create a new kind of photography."Emerson, whose photographs often play with layers and multiple exposures, shot the Ichi Yama "One Mountain" project over the course of three weeks.Each photograph builds upon the Japanese concept of meisho - the inclusion of references to landmarks associated with other artworks or literature, just as Hiroshige did with his prints.In ukiyo-e, prints are built up in layers on paper; ink is applied using intricate woodcut blocks.
Should the saying See Naples and die to turn the shape to See Stonehenge and die ?Stonehenge is Britain's best-known tourist attractions, but it may have had it already up to 4 000 years ago, implying the new, from Oxford university to do dental research.Scientists have studied the graves were found human teeth in many other area in the Uk.all of the findings come against the same thing: people were moving surprisingly far from home.the prehistoric other time is to travel at least across the Uk and Mainland Europe.Many travellers also perished on the way and they were buried far from home.
For decades, Intel Corp. INTC 1.30 % has been a bellwether for computing trends in homes and offices.The chip giant s latest pronouncements will be studied for clues about the computing phenomenon known as the cloud.The Silicon Valley company, which is scheduled to report financial results on Tuesday, is banking on stronger hardware spending by big companies that build massive data centers to run their own businesses and offer internet-based computing services to others.Such cloud infrastructure services—which include Inc. AMZN -0.76 % s Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Corp. MSFT 0.88 % s Azure and Google Inc. s Google Cloud Platform—are investing heavily in server systems and other hardware at a time when many other companies have stopped expanding their computing capacity.Intel, though best known for PC processors, commands a greater portion of the market for the more profitable chips used in servers.The company recently upgraded its forecast for third-quarter results because of a slight improvement in the shrinking PC business, but data centers packed with servers are at the heart of its current growth strategy.
I ve reviewed a robot or two in my time.I ve played with many more that I didn t deem worthy of writing about.Cozmo is, as consumer robots go, easily the best I ve seen.It s cute, mischievous, and it quickly makes you forget about any of its shortcomings.From his reactive eyes and patterned speech consisting of robot mumbles to the facial recognition and a real affinity for playtime, it doesn t take long to realize that Cozmo is different.And he ll quickly take advantage of it.
We ve already heard about the impressive camera hardware on the Oppo R9S but what about the looks of the phone and the other hardware?New leaks tells all.In 4 days time Oppo will unveil two new smartphones, yes 2!We were already waiting for the R9S which Oppo had confirmed with recent invitations, but new posters now also reveal that a larger plus model will also be available.It s not at all surprising that the new R9S design resembles the most recent Oppo phone designs and features a very familiar looking CNC chassis, white front panel and oval home/button fingerprint scanner.From the leaked posters and advertising material we can see that both the R9S and R9S plus will be available in gold or pink colour options and both phones will get the same Snapdragon 653 chipset 4 x A73 4 x A553 clocked at 2.0Ghz and an Adreno 515 GPU.This would mean that Oppo are launching the worlds first Snapdragon 653 phone!Screen sizes will come in either 5.5-inch or 6-inch options both with 1920 x 1080 resolution panel with memory of up to 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.The real icing on the cake though is Oppo s new Sony-sourced 16 mega-pixel IMX398 cameras with new dual focus processing and OIS features!Watch out for more details and the launch in the coming days!
We use a lot of GoPros here at Gizmodo.We use them to shoot timelapse battery tests for phones and 360 degree videos of multibillion dollar transit hubs and test runs of expensive cars on a dirt track.GoPro has become the de facto action camera because it s simple enough for anyone to use and small enough to go anywhere.But now, two years after the last big Hero camera, GoPro is back with a significant update that packs in more features, retails for cheaper, and sacrifices only a minute amount of battery in the process.The Hero5 merges the best features of both variants and adds-on a few more like image stabilisation, which is useful when trying to get a smooth shot on the back of a dune buggy or a sick tracking shot while perched on your CitiBike.You can tell the Hero5 to start and stop recording, which is useful for anyone engaged in some extreme sporting.
The fall semester is well underway at this point, and if you ve been lugging around heavy textbooks for the last two months, you re probably ready for an alternative.Most people look toward the Kindle as that alternative; it makes sense, as the Kindle is billed as a slim, long-lasting and lightweight alternative to traditional books.In fact, just loading digital versions of your textbooks onto something like a Kindle Paperwhite or Voyage will be little more than utterly frustrating.There are generally two different types of textbooks you deal with in college: large instructional textbooks that you must flip through frequently, and fictional and nonfiction books you more or less read straight through.Kindle Voyage Review: Ereader RoyaltyFor the latter type of books, you re best off using a Kindle Paperwhite or other Kindle with an e-ink display: they re easy to read both inside and outside, the battery lasts a long while, the new ones include a bunch of features like Page Flip and built-in backlights, and more.
the Sony MDR-1000X headphones, noise cancelling function is one of the market's best.the Headphones basic functions have remained the same for decades.Huimin example is Finland Fluid concept developed by with the headset monitor the wearer's brainwaves and change songs with the power of thought.thoughts of the readers of the headphones are not yet commonplace, but the Sony MDR-1000X -headphones is a pair of almost magical Some competitors ' models, the presence of bass damping or high on music that belongs to kihinää does not occur at all.the Right side of the cup can swipe your finger.
Just when we thought touchscreens had killed real buttons, they go and make an unlikely comeback.Because a retail giant with a black belt in shopping psychology knows we can t resist pressing the damn things.Amazon s Dash Buttons are little battery-powered remotes that link to your smartphone and Prime account.So are they little blobs of shopping genius, or brain hacks that'll get you spending more with the Big A and drowning in brown packaging?We ve lived with the many flavours of Amazon s sci-fi shopping switches - here are our four favourites, plus a few ways that we think they need to improve.As someone who hasn t owned a car in a decade, I m rarely able to do the kind of bulk buying that s good for both my wallet and the environment.
When the BBC documentary series Planet Earth was first released in 2006, its impact was immediate and far-reaching.In addition to providing us with an unprecedented and vivid look at animal behavior across all the major continents, it was also one of the first programs that helped jump-start HDTV sales.Now, 10 years later, the second installment of Planet Earth II is just around the corner.Slated to air later this year a premiere date is still unknown , Planet Earth II promises to be even more jaw-dropping than the original.Filmed in stunning 4K, the documentary series will feature the narration of David Attenborough.DON T MISS: This $17 gadget is the best thing that ever happened to your HDTV
It s important for tech companies to have at least one voice at the senior leadership table that advocates for issues around equality, diversity and inclusion.Salesforce, a company that said a year ago that a major focus for it was the women s issue, recently became an exception to the rule with the hiring of Tony Prophet, its first-ever chief equality officer.The notion of being chief equality officer — now that was very thoughtful and deliberate on Salesforce s part and on Marc s Benioff part versus being chief of diversity or chief of inclusion because you can have a diverse workplace or a diverse culture in many parts of America that are very diverse but are hardly inclusive and there s hardly equality, Prophet told me.We want to go beyond diversity and beyond inclusion to really achieve equality.Ultimately, he sees himself as being an advocate for issues pertaining to equality, including equal pay, equal advancement, equal opportunity and equal rights, Prophet told me.We have work to do there, as does the whole tech industry, in ensuring that all feel welcome and their voices heard, and they feel respected and they can bring their authentic selves to work every day, and give their very best.
In this article, we are going to review seven best Email Marketing Services for your small business.An effective Email Marketing Service facilitates you to create highly engaging emails as well as you can manage your contacts.After that, the price is also low as $20 per month.It is very much easy to use and remarkably powerful.Convertkit, with the help of email signupConvertkit, with the help of email signup forms upgrades the content and allows to display suggestions.It is helpful for marketing automation.
This spectacular bit of hardware is the foot of a diving beetle, specialized to propel it through the water.Antonie van Leeuwenhoek was born while Galileo was still alive, and he ended up developing a similar skill in lens making to that of Galileo.Galileo turned his results to the heavens and began a revolution in how we understand our place in the Universe.van Leeuwenhoek looked inward and became the first to recognize that our own world is teeming with life that's too small to see without a microscope.The revolution he spawned is still changing our understanding about where we fit in right here on Earth.Microscopy remains a mixture of science and art.
Because I regularly test cars, I spend a huge amount of time listening to music in them — probably more time than I do at home.The days of the good-old AM/FM radio, or era when a stack of cassette tapes was all you had to satisfy your listening needs are long gone.Powerful, multispeaker audio systems are now custom-designed and perfectly integrated with a vehicle's infotainment setup.You can literally listen to anything except cassettes and and vinyl records in your car CD players, however, are beginning to vanish .And in luxury cars and SUVs, premium audio offerings are a common option.That option cost thousands of dollars.And for the most part, it's worth it.Because most premium systems make use of careful audio design to position speakers, include subwoofers, and combine excellent amps with superior speaker build quality, listening to music in your car can be better than listening at home.Over the past two years, I've experienced just about every automotive audio system out there in the marketplace.Here we're comparing four of the best.Obviously, when listening to music in a vehicle, you will be using a variety of media: terrestrial radio, satellite radio, CDs, MP3s, Bluetooth streaming, and streaming audio services such as Pandora, Spotify, and Tidal.