Xbox Restock For Black Friday: Buy Xbox Series X At GameStop This Week

The Xbox Series X launched earlier this month, but if you haven’t managed to buy the Series X or the cheaper, digital-only Series S, you may be hoping to buy it during Black Friday or Cyber Monday 2020. There’s already been one Black Friday Xbox Series X restock at Walmart, which restocked the systems on Wednesday evening, only to have them sell out in minutes. However, that’s not your only chance to buy the Xbox Series X this week: GameStop will have limited stock in stores on Friday.

For more info on where you might be able to pick up a Series X or Series S this holiday season, keep on reading. We’ll be updating this story as we learn more about restocks and other opportunities to pick up a next-gen Xbox before the holidays. For everything else, we have general Black Friday tips and other essential info (like retailer

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The Best Black Friday Home Deals to Make Your Quarantined Winter a Lot Cozier

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Black Friday 2020 TV deals: 55-inch TCL Roku TV for $280, 50-inch Android TV for $230, Vizio OLED for $900

This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2020, CNET’s gift picks with expert advice, reviews and recommendations for the latest tech gifts for you and your family.

Some folks will tell you that “the best time to buy a TV” is January or February, right before the Super Bowl. And if you want to wait until then, more power to you. That said, Black Friday deals are upon us, and they’ll morph into Cyber Monday sales this weekend, and that means it’s definitely the best time to buy a TV before the turn of the new year. Best BuyWalmartTarget and Amazon have unleashed the bulk of their TV sales, with small models as low as $100 and 65-inchers going for as little as $250. Discounted brands include Samsung, Vizio, Sony, LG, TCL and Hisense, along with everything else in between. And, of course,

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Popl Set To Replace Business Cards With Instant Contact Sharing And New ‘Pro’ Subscription

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Popl, a new startup that lets you instantly share anything from your contact information to your social media – such as Instagram, Calendly, Snapchat, Spotify, Venmo and more – announced a major redesign of its iOS app and a premium subscription service called Popl Pro.

The new subscription service lets users create two unique profiles – one social, one business – and adds new features including multiple links, analytics, and new community-based mapping features to the Popl experience.

The redesigned Popl App and Popl Pro subscription advance the brand’s mission of replacing business cards and simplifying how we connect in person. The receiver does not need a Popl or the app for the transfer of information to work, allowing for the fastest, easiest and most fun way to connect and share with others.

“We are on a mission to change the way

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‘Saved By The Bell’ And ‘The Flight Attendant’ Compete For Thanksgiving Streams

One is a revival of a classic 1990s sitcom. And the other stars one of the leading actors from the biggest sitcom in recent history. Saved by the Bell (Peacock) and The Flight Attendant (HBO Max) have both landed on streaming in time for Thanksgiving, but which one is America watching?

The long-awaited reboot of Saved by the Bell is one of the calling cards of NBC Universal’s
new Peacock streaming service and premiered its entire first season on Wednesday. WarnerMedia’s HBO Max launched the first three episodes of Flight Attendant Thursday after a weeklong preview window of the first episode for non-subscribers.

Both Peacock and Max are betting big on these buzzy new shows helping the fledgling streamers break big in Year 1, relying on familiar intellectual property and familiar names to draw in subscribers to compete with Disney+ and Netflix

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Smartphone Shipments Will Return to Growth in the Holiday Quarter and Beyond Driven by Strong Push Behind 5G, According to IDC


Following a stronger than expected third quarter (3Q20), the global smartphone market is expected to return to growth during the holiday quarter this year. According to the International Data Corporation ( IDC ) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, smartphone shipments are forecast to grow 2.4% year over year in 4Q20, followed by 4.4% year-over-year growth in 2021. The market rebound will be fueled by an impressively quick supply chain recovery as well as significant incentives from both OEMs and channels on new 5G products. IDC expects the global market to grow each year through 2024 with a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.3%.

“Despite concerns around weakness in 5G demand, smartphone volumes exceeded the forecast in 3Q20 and supply-side momentum headed into the holiday quarter and 2021 remains strong,” said Ryan Reith, program vice president with IDC’s Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers

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Leading Healthcare Supply Chain Management Company Coldchain Technology Services Partners with …

Coldchain Technology Services Purchases an Initial
4 Vital Intelligence Assessment Units

Los Angeles, CA., Nov. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Draganfly Inc. (OTCQB: DFLYF) (CSE: DFLY) (FSE: 3U8) (“Draganfly” or the “Company”), an award-winning, industry-leading manufacturer and systems developer is pleased to announce that Coldchain Technology Services, LLC (“CTS”) is partnering with Draganfly with an initial purchase of four Vital Intelligence assessment units to implement within their customer base.

Coldchain Technology Services provides comprehensive solutions for healthcare supply chain management for multiple government and commercial clients, including the US Army, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Reserve Component forces, Johnson & Johnson brands, Chicago Department of Public Health, and others.

CTS introduced rapid result COVID-19 tests at the early onset of the pandemic which provide positive results in 5 minutes and negative results in 13 minutes.

Draganfly’s Vital Intelligence assessment station and screening technology is quick and non-invasive (contactless).

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This Dell G3 15 gaming laptop is less than $600

If you’re on the lookout for a laptop amid this year’s Black Friday gaming deals, then this Dell G3 15 will be an excellent place to start when this deal goes live at 15:00 PT/18:00 EST. While it won’t be running the most demanding games at the highest specs, there’s a surprising amount of oomph hidden in here. If you’re looking for something to run your favourite multiplayer games on, this has everything you’ll need without having to push the boat out.

Whatever you’re playing, it’ll look great thanks to the 15.6-inch Anti-Glare display. And with a 256 SSD, while you might struggle to have too many games stored at any one time, they’ll all load up with some serious speed. Add an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, a 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor, and 8GB of RAM, Dell’s offering is likely to remain relevant for a good

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System in Package (SiP) Technology Market Estimations By Manufacturers, Trend Analysis and Forecast 2030-Market.Biz

Pune, Maharashtra, November 26 2020 (Wiredrelease) Market.Biz :The research report on the Global System in Package (SiP) Technology Market delivers extensive analysis of market trends and shares from 2021 to 2030. Which will help to analyzes the current market situation, global size, recent market trends, key segments, and future prospects in the System in Package (SiP) Technology Market. The main objective of the report is to identify the changing dynamics of the Software and Services industry and gives an opportunistic roadmap to the participants of the System in Package (SiP) Technology industry.

System in Package (SiP) Technology Market explores the best analytical report based on industry size, market share, product sales, Marketing Structure, and business strategies along with financial expense ratio. Also, Manufacturing companies had experienced phenomenal growth in the System in Package (SiP) Technology market which ware divided into 2-D IC Packaging, 2.5-D IC Packaging, 3-D IC Packaging. The

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Neuroscientists use sports to study surprise — ScienceDaily

The gasp of surprise. Fans leap to their feet. Shouts ring out.

The most exciting moments in sports are often linked to surprise, an unexpected change of circumstances that abruptly shifts the anticipated outcome of the game.

Princeton neuroscientist James Antony decided to capitalize on these moments to study how human brains process surprise.

“We’re trying to figure out how people update their understanding of things that are occurring in the real world, based on how events unfold over time — how they set up these contextually-based predictions, and what happens when those are confirmed or contradicted,” said Antony, a CV Starr Fellow in Neuroscience and the first author on a paper published today in the journal Neuron.

The researchers observed 20 self-identified basketball fans as they watched the last five minutes of nine games from the 2012 men’s NCAA March Madness tournament. While they watched the games, a

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