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7/28/2017 1:51:27 PM

1 -
The Corsair Vengeance K65 mechanical keyboard is available for less than $60 today
2 - 58% off Alinshi Foldable Soft Silicone USB Waterproof Keyboard - Deal Alert
3 - 47% off iClever BoostCube 12W Dual USB Wall Charger with Foldable Plug - Deal Alert
4 - Five to Try: The Elder Scrolls: Legends launches, and build with bricks and code with LEGO Boost
5 - FuboTV Premier review: This service streams lots of sports channels, but not ESPN
6 - Why Ryzen Threadripper has two extra chips
7 - How to build a PC: A step-by-step guide
8 - BrandPost: Mobility and Messaging Revolution Raises the Bar for Customer Experience
9 - BrandPost: Messaging Vs. Email and Voicemail: Here’s What You Need to Know
10 - Google Play Music and YouTube Red may merge into the single streaming service we all want
11 - The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update's best new features
12 - Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and the perils of previews
13 - Amazon and Newegg have this 24-inch Asus gaming monitor for $110 after rebate
14 - AMD ships Ryzen 3, facing Intel's Core i3 with more performance for less money
15 - Need help picking a streaming TV plan? These tools will help you decide.
16 - Microsoft slips four more features into the Fall Creators Update with Build 16251
17 - How to install a graphics card
18 - Crimson ReLive 17.7.2 is a massive, feature-filled update for AMD's Radeon Software
19 - Cord cutting is easier and better than ever, but it’s not the right choice for every TV fan
20 - Best Bluetooth speakers
21 - Pixel 2: Everything we know about Google’s next flagship phone
22 - Best white LED smart bulbs
23 - 13% off Zeiss Pre-Moistened Lens Cleaning Wipes - Deal Alert
24 - $50 off iRobot Roomba 690 Wi-Fi Alexa Compatible Robotic Vacuum - Deal Alert
25 - Logitech G533 review: An excellent wireless headset that's both attractive and affordable
26 - Feit Electric Intellibulb review: ColorChoice, Switch to Dim, Dusk to Dawn, and Motion Activated
27 - Kaspersky's stellar antivirus finally goes free
28 - Ryzen sales lead AMD earnings, despite issues with game optimization and mining
29 - Pyre review: Magical basketball made rote
30 - Newegg is selling the Surface 3 for less than $300 today
1 - The Corsair Vengeance K65 mechanical keyboard is available for less than $60 today

Today’s a great day to be looking for a mechanical gaming keyboard that won’t take up too much room on your desk. Both Amazon and Newegg are selling the Corsair Vengeance K65 mechanical keyboard for $55 today. That’s a pretty good price, as Amazon was selling this keyboard for closer to $75 earlier in the week.

Newegg’s sale ends on Friday night, while Amazon’s pricing doesn’t have a time limit.

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7/28/2017 11:48:00 AM

2 - 58% off Alinshi Foldable Soft Silicone USB Waterproof Keyboard - Deal Alert

7/28/2017 8:20:00 AM

3 - 47% off iClever BoostCube 12W Dual USB Wall Charger with Foldable Plug - Deal Alert

This mini USB charging cube from iClever claims to be one of the smallest on the market, and charges up to 2 smartphones, tablets, or other USB devices at your device's maximum rate with Smart ID technology. The wall plugs fold in for maximum convenience. The typical list price of $16.99 is reduced 47% right now to just $8.99 on Amazon, where it averages 4.6 out of 5 stars from just under 200 customers (82% rate full 5 stars: read recent reviews here). An additional promotion is currently available giving you an extra 10% off if you buy 2 of them, dropping the price further. See this deal now on Amazon.

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7/28/2017 8:13:00 AM

4 - Five to Try: The Elder Scrolls: Legends launches, and build with bricks and code with LEGO Boost

Don't miss this week's most tantalizing Android releases.

7/28/2017 6:00:00 AM

5 - FuboTV Premier review: This service streams lots of sports channels, but not ESPN

Cord-cutting sports fans get a lot for $35 per month, but there some big holes and plenty of rough edges.

7/28/2017 5:00:00 AM

6 - Why Ryzen Threadripper has two extra chips

When famed overclocker der8baurer “delidded” AMD’s highly anticipated Ryzen Threadripper in a video posted on Thursday, he got a surprise and spawned a mystery: Did AMD really waste two perfectly good 8-core chips to build Threadripper?

The  mystery kicked off when der8auer, cracked open his Threadripper and found what appeared to be four 8-core dies used to make the 16-core CPU. Adding to that mystery, der8bauer said AMD confirmed that only two of the “dies” were active.

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Two of the 8-core “dies” on the 16-core Ryzen Threadripper 1950x are just dummies to keep the heat spreader from bending out of shape.

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7/27/2017 7:45:00 PM

7 - How to build a PC: A step-by-step guide

7/27/2017 7:44:00 PM

8 - BrandPost: Mobility and Messaging Revolution Raises the Bar for Customer Experience

“The main focus should be on a more personalized experience, proactive and fast customer service.”

 Anja Wagner, social media marketing specialist

The mobile revolution has raised consumers’ expectations of how they communicate — not just with each other, but also with companies of all sizes. Today, customers expect a consumer-like experience in all of our interactions — whether buying a $30 Bluetooth speaker or a $1 million home.

How are organizations responding to this new mandate? We asked customer experience thought leaders what organizations are doing — and what they should do — to capitalize on this disruptive shift in how customers interact with business.

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7/27/2017 7:37:00 PM

9 - BrandPost: Messaging Vs. Email and Voicemail: Here’s What You Need to Know

There are so many marketing and customer communication channels available today, it’s hard to know where to turn.

Email drip campaigns can be effective if they’re done right. Phone support can help strengthen relationships with existing customers.

And if you’re looking for a way to improve your results dramatically and quickly, texting is a must.

Texting Is Everywhere

Texting is the surest way to get in front of your customers. Seventy-seven percent of Americans and 92% of 18- to 29-year-olds now own a smartphone, according to Pew Research. All smartphones come with SMS texting.

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7/27/2017 5:05:00 PM

10 - Google Play Music and YouTube Red may merge into the single streaming service we all want

A new mega streaming music service may be coming to your phone. In a panel discussion at the New Music Seminar conference in New York, a YouTube exec has confirmed what we all hoped would happen one day: YouTube Red and Google Play Music are planning to merge.

As first reported by The Verge, hip-hop guru and YouTube’s global music chief Lyor Cohen plainly stated, “The important thing is combining YouTube Red and Google Play Music, and having one offering,” in response to a question about YouTube Red’s waning popularity. That would come as welcome news to users who struggle to navigate between the two services.

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7/27/2017 11:50:00 AM

11 - The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update's best new features

7/27/2017 11:27:00 AM

12 - Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and the perils of previews

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus shows how hard it can be to judge a game based on pre-release demos. Coming out of E3, there was no game I was more excited about—we gave it our Best in Show prize. The E3 demo was fantastic, putting longtime protagonist Billy “B.J.” Blazkowicz in a wheelchair, taking down Nazis from waist-level.

So when Bethesda offered more hands-on time with the game a scant few weeks later, I jumped at the chance. That’s rare—I usually try to avoid doing more than one preview per game, especially when it’s not tied to an event we’re already attending, like E3 or PAX.

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7/27/2017 9:50:00 AM

13 - Amazon and Newegg have this 24-inch Asus gaming monitor for $110 after rebate

There’s a good deal on a 24-inch, 1080p Asus gaming monitor today. Both Amazon and Newegg are selling the Asus VX248H for $110 after rebate. The rebate is via Asus, which means you’ll have to pay $130 up front, and then get $20 back in the form of a prepaid card.

Still, $110 is a pretty good price for this monitor. The 24-inch display boasts a 1920x1080 resolution with a 1ms response time and a 60Hz refresh rate. It has two built-in 2-watt speakers, meaning you can use it for PC or console gaming. On the back you’ve got two HDMI, and one VGA connector. It also has Asus VividPixel Technology, which is supposed to improve image quality by enhancing sharpness and color saturation.

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7/27/2017 9:28:00 AM

14 - AMD ships Ryzen 3, facing Intel's Core i3 with more performance for less money

As AMD begins shipping its low-end Ryzen 3 chip Thursday, it's employing a familiar strategy: undercutting Intel’s Core i3 pricing while offering more performance.

AMD used the same tactics with its higher-performance Ryzen lineup, most notably with the eye-popping discounts attached to its Threadripper high-end gaming processors. But don’t expect such massive cuts with AMD’s new Ryzen 3 1200 and Ryzen 3 1300X: You’ll pay just a few dollars less, though AMD promises performance from 17 percent to 29 percent better than what Intel’s Core i3 chips can achieve.

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7/27/2017 8:00:00 AM

15 - Need help picking a streaming TV plan? These tools will help you decide.

A guide to the best cord-cutting guides.

7/27/2017 5:00:00 AM

16 - Microsoft slips four more features into the Fall Creators Update with Build 16251

Microsoft isn’t quite finished developing Windows 10’s Fall Creators Update after all: Four new features were added as part of Windows 10 Insider Build 16251, including new Cortana capabilities and more communication between Windows and your phone.

If there’s a theme to the new build, it’s following up on promises that Microsoft made earlier. At its Build developer conference, Microsoft promised that phones and Windows would begin to communicate with one another, so tasks begun on the phone could be completed on the desktop. Voice commands to shut down and reboot your PC have also been enabled via Cortana—who now has greater freedom to provide answers without launching a browser. Finally, if you do need to reboot your PC, you can program your PC to skip the authentication process.

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7/27/2017 5:00:00 AM

17 - How to install a graphics card

Few upgrades add as much punch to your PC as installing a new graphics card. It can transform your PC from a system that chokes on lightweight games into a monster that churns through even the most visually punishing titles with ease.

But you need to get that new hardware up and running before you’re able to bask in enhanced graphics glory. Here's how to upgrade your existing computer with a new graphics card, from basic buying considerations to step-by-step installation instructions.

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7/26/2017 6:55:00 PM

18 - Crimson ReLive 17.7.2 is a massive, feature-filled update for AMD's Radeon Software

7/26/2017 4:00:00 PM

19 - Cord cutting is easier and better than ever, but it’s not the right choice for every TV fan

Cable and satellite TV can be expensive, but don’t feel guilty if you want to keep it.

7/26/2017 11:46:00 AM

20 - Best Bluetooth speakers

Updated July 26, 2017 to add our review of the Bose Soundlink Revolve+ as runner-up in the outdoor speaker category.

There was a time when Bluetooth speakers were like jelly beans: They were cheap, they all looked the same, and they were invariably of dubious quality. Times have changed. Every major audio manufacturer has at least one model on the market today, and most have several. If you haven’t listened to a Bluetooth speaker lately, you’re in for a very pleasant surprise.

The industry’s progress doesn’t mean that every Bluetooth speaker justifies its price tag, no matter how inexpensive it might be. There’s still plenty of dreck floating around. Don’t worry, we’re here to help you steer clear of the junk and point you to the best speakers at the price range that fits your budget. To that end, we’ve picked the best Bluetooth speakers in four broad price ranges: budget, mid-range, high-end, and—yes, there are ultra-high-end Bluetooth speakers—price is no object. We also added an outdoor category to our coverage, with Soundcast's VG7 the first to win our praise, with the Bose Soundlink Revolve+ taking the runner-up spot.

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7/26/2017 11:31:00 AM

21 - Pixel 2: Everything we know about Google’s next flagship phone

Update 7/26/17: Rumors point to the Pixel 2 getting a souped-up version of the Snapdragon 835 chip, and new 3D renders confirm the lack of a headphone jack and show the Pixel 2 with a camera bump.

Google flipped the script last year when it retired the Nexus line in favor of its own branded handsets. Now all eyes are on the Pixel 2. With improved specs and even better cameras, the new phones are poised to propel Google back to the head of the class with a pure Android O experience.

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7/26/2017 11:27:00 AM

22 - Best white LED smart bulbs

Updated July 26, 2017 to include our reviews of Feit Electric's Intellibulb lineup, designating its Intellibulb ColorChoice our pick for best semi-smart bulb.

With their rainbow of hues and myriad party tricks, color-tunable LEDs get all the press in the world of smart lighting (click here if color is what you're looking for). It's fun stuff, but the reality is that most of us will rarely find much of a need to turn all the lights in the house blue or red—unless it’s time to celebrate our team winning the World Series. Even then, you’ll probably want to turn them all back to white after the celebration.

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7/26/2017 10:30:00 AM

23 - 13% off Zeiss Pre-Moistened Lens Cleaning Wipes - Deal Alert

Zeiss provides an effective way to clean and preserve valuable optics. Whether used with camera lenses, eyeglasses, sunglasses, telescopes, or spotting scopes, these non-abrasive pre-moistened wipes are safe and effective. These ammonia-free wipes are appropriate for anti-reflective coatings and may also be used to clean laptop, GPS, tablet, or cell phone screens without leaving streaks. Designed for a single use, these wipes come in individual disposable packets.  The wipes are highly rated on Amazon, where it currently averages 4.7 out of 5 stars (read reviews). Its typical list price of $29.99 has been reduced 13% to $25.99 for a pack of 400. See the discounted Lens Cleaning Wipes now on Amazon.

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7/26/2017 8:45:00 AM

24 - $50 off iRobot Roomba 690 Wi-Fi Alexa Compatible Robotic Vacuum - Deal Alert

7/26/2017 8:43:00 AM

25 - Logitech G533 review: An excellent wireless headset that's both attractive and affordable

The G533 makes an interesting counterpoint to its predecessors. Pull up pictures of 2016’s G633 and G933 headset, the heirs apparent to Logitech’s old G930—bulky air-traffic-controller silhouette, coffin-shaped earcups, RGB lighting, edgy accent decorations. The video game aesthetic. Take all of that and throw it out.

What are you left with? Probably something that looks like Logitech’s new G533.

Design: Professional courtesy

Okay, maybe keep the air-traffic-controller silhouette—the G533 is a bit slimmer than its older siblings but not by much.

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7/26/2017 7:00:00 AM

26 - Feit Electric Intellibulb review: ColorChoice, Switch to Dim, Dusk to Dawn, and Motion Activated

These four bulbs give you a degree of control over color temperature, brightness, and other settings without need for a hub or a smartphone app.

7/26/2017 5:00:00 AM

27 - Kaspersky's stellar antivirus finally goes free

Kaspersky has always charged a premium price for its antivirus product, and rightfully so. The software's topped independent testing results for years, to such an extent that in 2016 AV-Comparatives created a new "Outstanding Products" category for it and Bitdefender. But late Tuesday, the company announced Kaspersky Free, letting you deploy that top-notch defense without spending a single dime. 

Kaspersky Free isn't as full-featured as the full-blown version, offering only antivirus protection for files, emails, and the web, along with table-stakes features like automatic updates and a quarantine for flagged files. "In short, the indispensable basics that no one on the planet should do without," CEO Eugene Kaspersky wrote.

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7/26/2017 1:06:00 AM

28 - Ryzen sales lead AMD earnings, despite issues with game optimization and mining

Ryzen was the star of AMD's second-quarter earnings call Tuesday: The processors helped boost earnings 19 percent compared to a year ago. Company executives also had two messages for gamers: one, that game developers had largely completed their code optimizations for Ryzen, and two, that miners who hoarded graphics cards wouldn't be around forever.

Both messages should resonate with gamers, who have struggled to find available graphics cards because cryptocurrency speculators have snapped up the available supply. Meanwhile, those same gamers have had to wait while developers rewrote their code to take advantage of the new Ryzen chips.

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7/25/2017 6:45:00 PM

29 - Pyre review: Magical basketball made rote

Supergiant's Pyre ($20 on Steam) has me thinking about repetition.

All games are repetitive, be it on the macro level or micro. Pong, you hit a ball back and forth. Super Mario Bros, you run to the right and sometimes jump. Doom (and basically every shooter since) you enter an area and gun down everything that moves. The Witcher 3 might house one of gaming’s best stories, and some of its most creative side missions, but even there you’ll do an awful lot of “Following the glowing red footprints to the waiting monster.”

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7/25/2017 2:00:00 PM

30 - Newegg is selling the Surface 3 for less than $300 today

Microsoft stopped production of the Surface 3 in late 2016, but there are still some new units lying around at Newegg. The online retailer is selling the non-Pro version of the Surface 3 for $289 on Tuesday. Now while this deal isn’t quite as good as Newegg’s bundle earlier this month that included a type keyboard, it’s still a great price for the tablet on its own. Microsoft sells refurbished Surface 3 devices for $300. 

The Surface 3 features a 10.8-inch touchscreen with 1920-by-1080 resolution, a quad-core 1.6 GHz Atom x7-Z8700 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of onboard storage, and Windows 10. The device has a single USB 3.0 port, one mini DisplayPort, a microSD card reader, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.0.

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7/25/2017 12:00:00 PM



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