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Who buys a $600 tablet? No one really seems to know. It’s a weird mix of people who don’t want to own a laptop, business travelers who voraciously consume email, hardcore artists, and people who just like nice things. That’s the understanding you get looking at the Galaxy Tab S3. It’s a tablet designed to be all things to all people, and for the most part it delivers.
It has one of the best screens I’ve ever seen on a consumer-level mobile device, period. The stylus is slim and a genuine pleasure to use. Battery life is sufficient that when I roll over, pick it up, and fire up a movie, I don’t have to go find a charger.
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The Black Friday floodgates officially opened this week as virtually every retailer and company in the country began sharing the details of their upcoming sales events. On Friday, Sony joined in by revealing its own Black Friday deals, which are some of the more enticing video game hardware deals we’ve seen so far.
First of all, it’s worth noting that Sony’s sales event begins Sunday, November 19th and lasts through Cyber Monday, November 27th. The Black Friday Week deals will be available at participating retailers while supplies last.
For anyone who doesn’t own a PS4, but is considering grabbing one before the end of the month, the most important deal of Black Friday Week is the $100 discount on the 1TB standard slim PS4. While supplies last, you can buy a 1TB PS4 console for $199 from participating retailers, which is a great deal for the best-selling console.
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Reports from a few iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus buyers have suggested there could be an issue with the battery inside some of the devices swelling, causing the case of Apple’s new iPhone to split open and expose the smartphone’s internals.
Apple has now confirmed it is looking into it, although a spokeswoman declined to comment further when asked how many devices are affected.
From what we’ve heard the number of reports so far is very few.
Yesterday CNET rounded up the handful of reports that have emerged — saying there are at least six different reports in at least five countries of the iPhone 8 splitting along its seams.
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All is well here, although only because I’ve given up, in the most relaxed way possible. I’m still trying to get everything done by the 20th, but I understand that’s tomorrow and that I live in a world of dreams. Even if I don’t totally finish, I’ll be close enough that the last few days of the holidays won’t be an enraged blur of wrapping paper and baking. The gingerbread was baked last night, dinner for tonight is almost made, and it’s a simple one, so it’s bubbling on the stove, making the house smell like I’m ready, even if I’m not. A little while ago I got this huge urge to vacuum, and then realized that only a fool vacuums *before* a two year old comes to your house for dinner. I’ll clean up the crumbs he leaves behind tomorrow. It was always a pipe dream to have the knitting done by the 20th – I haven’t thought I would make that for a while… but I stand by my idea that I’ll be knitting for me on Christmas Day, with a cup of eggnog and the tree twinkling next to me. I don’t have that much to knit really (sorry, let me just stop laughing enough to type.) No, really – it’s not that bad. A pair of Cloisonée mittens remain to be finished…
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The race for self-driving car technology heats up.
Apple officially tossed its hat into the ring with a letter from Steve Kenner, Apple’s director of product integrity, to the US National Highway Safety Administration.
Rumors of a secret autonomous vehicle lab surfaced earlier this year but Apple denied them. Apple can no longer hide its intent.
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