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Woot Black Friday deals: $200 portable monitor, Android TV discounts & more

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This year's Black Friday sales are truly unlike any that have come before them. Now that social distancing is so important, retailers are doing everything they can to keep their stores from becoming overcrowded and that may just make this the best Black Friday yet. We're already seeing Black Friday deals popping up at places like Best Buy and Target , and we'll also be seeing more online deals than ever before. That means no rushing, no pushing, and less worrying about missing out on the items you want to buy. Woot Black Friday 2020 Woot Black Friday ad Woot Black Friday hours Best Black Friday deals at Woot One exclusively-online retailer you won't want to forget to shop at this month is Woot. If you've never shopped there before, there are just a few crucial things you should know before placing an order. First, Woot is owned by Amazon, and while it does charge a $6 shipping fee for every order, you can score free shipping there just by logging in with an

What Android phones are compatible with Visible?

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Best answer: Although Visible is powered by Verizon's LTE network, only select phones are compatible with the carrier. This includes many popular devices, such as the Galaxy S20 family, the Pixel 4a and 5 series, and the Moto Edge. If you prefer Team Apple, every iPhone from the iPhone 6 up to the iPhone 12 Pro Max is fully supported. Great choice: Visible ($40/month at Visible) Incredible camera: Google Pixel 4a ($350 at Amazon) Awesome 5G experience: Moto Edge ($400 at Amazon) Visible only works with select Android phones Visible is one of the most enticing carrier options on the market right now. Still, at least for the time being, the most significant limiting factor is its lineup of supported Android phones . Google Pixel 3 Pixel 3 XL Pixel 4 Pixel 4 XL Pixel 4a Pixel 4a 5G Pixel 5 Hot Pepper Hot Pepper Ghost LG G8 Stylo 5/M7 Stylo 6 V40 Velvet Motorola Moto E Moto E6 Moto Ddge Moto G power Moto G7 power Moto Z4 OnePlus 8 Pro

Get creative with a year of Adobe Creative Cloud for $40 a month

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Black Friday is the perfect time to get those creative juices flowing. Whether you're a photographer who needs some editing tools or a content creator for YouTube and need a more premium way to splice those montages together, today is your day to save money doing it. You can get this Adobe Creative Cloud package on Amazon that includes a 12-month subscription billed at $39.99 a month plus a $10 Amazon gift card. That's a total price of $480 for a year, and you still have that extra $10 to spend however you want. Normally a prepaid annual subscription would cost $600, and if you chose to go monthly that would cost $52.99 instead of today's Black Friday price of $40. You're saving a ton of money with this deal, but it's not going to last very long. This is part of Amazon's Black Friday Week sales, and the deal price is set to expire tonight. The Creative Cloud subscription price actually comes from Adobe and you'll probably still be able to find that on A

Clean up your mess with $250 off the Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T5 robot vac today

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Can you believe November is almost over and Black Friday is almost here? The closer we get, the more the deals get ramped up. Amazon is just throwing everything out there as it has kicked off "Black Friday Week" and we're seeing a ton of deals. The Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T5 robot vacuum and mop is just one of those deals, and today it's down to $349.99 from a street price of $600. The previous best price on the T5 ever was a drop to $400 back in August that only lasted for a day. Today's sale won't last much longer than that, either, so get on it. The Ozmo T5 actually mops and vacuums simultaneously. It's smart enough to know when to do one versus the other. In fact, it has sensors that can automatically detect upcoming carpet so your soft floors don't get mopped. As for vacuuming on carpet, the robot vac can pump up the suction to give your carpets a deep clean. The water tank on the robot vacuum is 240 ml so it's large enough to cover over 2,0

The best backpacks for carrying and organizing all of your tech

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Whether you're a writer, photographer, or someone with a long commute to work every day, backpacks are the most efficient way to carry a full day's worth of gear without having to fuss with annoying rolling bags or messenger bags that wreck your shoulder. They're also a huge commodity, with thousands of tech backpacks to choose from, ranging from plain empty bags to more specialized options with dividers, pouches, and pockets galore. These are the best backpacks that cater specifically to tech. Best Overall: Peak Design Everyday Backpack v2 Peak Design makes one of the most instantly recognizable backpacks around. The San Francisco-based company makes backpacks that put an equal focus on both aesthetics and functionality. The result is a bag that many of us on the Android Central team use every day. The Everyday Backpack v2 is available in 20L and 30L configurations to accommodate different body types and carry needs. The design is the same on either size bag, and s

How to watch UFC 255 live stream online anywhere

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The UFC is back in Las Vegas after holding its final event at Fight Island and this Saturday we'll get to see both a men's and women's flyweight title fight when Figueiredo defends his title against Perez and Shevchenko does so against Maia. At the top of UFC 255's Main Card, Deiveson "Deus Da Guerra" Figueiredo will face off against Alex Perez in a flyweight title bout. Figueiredo is coming off of a three fight win streak after defeating Joseph Benavidez twice and Tim Elliott once at UFC Fight Night. Perez on the other hand is an up and comer who is also going into Saturday's match with a three fight win streak after defeating Jussier Formiga, Jordan Espinosa and Mark De La Rosa. UFC 255's co-main event will see Valentina "Bullet" Shevchenko defend her flyweight title against Jennifer Maia. Shevchenko is currently on a five fight win streak after defeating Katlyn Chookagian by knockout back in February. However, her last win in the Oct

Google finally took RCS messaging worldwide but it's too little, too late

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The right time for cross-platform unified messaging was five years ago, not in late 2020. The long battle over messaging is finally over now that Google has incorporated RCS across the entire globe and is pushing out encryption features as I type. Not really; the battle for universal messaging was over long ago and Google just now got to the playing field. Here's what's happening in case you didn't catch it: Google has finished making RCS chat features available in its Messages app in every country that it can be made available (it's never coming to a few countries like China or Russia) and it's slowly pushing out end-to-end encryption for users who opt-in for Google's Chat features. That means Android users can enjoy rich messaging as long as they use the Messages app and the other party is also using the Messages app. In theory. The fine print reads that it works through Google's Jibe service unless your carrier supports the RCS Universal profile

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