Stars Attend Uplift Family Services 7th Annual Norma Jean Gala

first_imgOver the weekend, Uplift Family Services proudly honored the agency’s friends and champions Ike Barinholtz and wife Erica Hanson with the Ambassador of Children Award, and the agency’s first-ever Volunteer of the Year Award went to CAA’s Chris Andrews.Sally Pressman, Dawn McCoy, Busy Philipps, Colin Hanks, Samantha Bryant, Peter Weller, and Shari StoweCredit/Copyright: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Uplift Family ServicesThe master of ceremonies was Busy Philipps and the event featured a musical performance by Allie Crow Buckley.Other guests included: Edgar Ramirez (presenting to Andrews); Colin Hanks (presenting to Barinholtz and Hanson) and wife Samantha Bryant; actress and lifestyle blogger Ali Larter; stand-up comedian and writer Hayes MacArthur (Super Troopers 2); Carson Meyer (A Million Little Pieces); Sally Pressman (NBC’s “Good Girls”; TBS’ “The Detour”); Nicole Sullivan (“Black-ish”, “Disjointed”, “MADtv”); Jon Barinholtz (NBC’s “Superstore”); prolific character actor Peter Weller and more.“Uplift Family Services is involved in active change,” said Colin Hanks. “Time and energy spent helping these kids in our community is time well spent.”Uplift Family Services at Hollygrove’s 7th Annual Norma Jean Gala benefitted the agency’s behavioral and mental health programs that provide help and hope to more than 1,200 at-risk children and their families in the Hollywood and South Los Angeles communities. Its namesake is the Hollygrove campus’ most famous alumni – Norma Jean Baker, who benefitted from the agency’s care as a child before she ultimately came to be known as the international icon Marilyn Monroe. Proceeds from the Norma Jean Gala support Uplift Family Services at Hollygrove’s unique and effective privately-funded therapeutic afterschool, summer and parent support programs that help create stability, strengthen the family and provide a greater chance of success for the child to become productive and thrive. In addition to underwriting support from presenting sponsor Houlihan Lokey, major gala sponsors included: RETS Associates, Bryant-Reichling Real Estate, CAA, CB Technologies, COMPASS Hollywood, the Johnny Carson Foundation, UTA and Paramount Studios, CIM Group.last_img read more

TSX ends week with tripledigit loss Wall Street turns higher in advance

TORONTO — The Toronto Stock Exchange finished the trading week with a triple-digit loss in the wake of a pessimistic report from Goldman Sachs that said crude oil prices could dip as low as US$20 a barrel next year.The S&P/TSX composite index closed off its worst levels of the day but was still down 108.42 points at 13,461.47, with energy by far the leading decliner as the sector fell just over three per cent.The Canadian dollar lost 0.15 of a U.S. cent to 75.45 cents US.South of the border, major indexes turned solidly positive after recovering from a morning swoon over oil prices as traders increasingly turned their attention to next week’s interest rate meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve.The Dow Jones industrial average shot up 102.69 points to 16,433.09, while the broader S&P 500 advanced 8.76 points to 1,961.05 and the Nasdaq added 26.09 points to 4,822.34.On commodity markets, the October crude oil contract fell $1.29 to US$44.63 a barrel, while October natural gas advanced a penny to US$2.69 per thousand cubic feet. December gold lost $6 to US$1,103.30 an ounce.The pessimistic report on crude prices from Goldman Sachs came out on the same day as the International Energy Agency predicted that overall production outside OPEC countries would drop sharply in 2016 because prices are so weak.However, Goldman analyst Damien Courvalin said the world already has more oil than previously believed and that the non-OPEC cuts may not be enough. He lowered his forecast for 2016 to US$45 per barrel from $57, but added that prices could collapse to around $20 if production decreases too slowly.Markets also reacted to the latest reading on U.S. consumer confidence, which saw the University of Michigan’s preliminary index for September unexpectedly fall sharply to 85.7 from 91.9 in August.“Reading through the report, it seems people are focused on the market’s volatility and the potential impact of a slowing China (economy),” said Phil Orlando, chief equity strategist at Federated Investors. “I understand why folks are nervous.”Traders were also looking nervously to next week’s two-day meeting of the Fed amid conflicting signals from the U.S. central bank over whether it will finally move to raise interest rates from historically lower levels near zero.Lower interests rates are considered a major factor in helping markets stage an almost uninterrupted recovery since the Great Recession.Meanwhile, a batch of economic reports are scheduled for this weekend in China, including retail sales and industrial production.“If recent data is anything to go by, it will most likely point towards yet more trouble in the beleaguered Asian powerhouse,” said IG market analyst Joshua Mahony.That means trading on Monday “is likely to start with a bang,” he added.— With files from The Associated Press read more

Madduma Bandara gets additional portfolio

Minister Ranjith Madduma Bandara was sworn in as the Minister of Rural Economic Affairs today.Madduma Bandara will continue to hold the port of Public Administration and Disaster Management Minister apart from his new portfolio. Meanwhile, Minister P. Harrison, who held the post of Minister of Agriculture, Livestock Development, Irrigation and Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development and Rural Economic Affairs today took oaths as the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock Development, Irrigation and Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development. read more

Brock University Wind Ensemble presents Thats Entertainment

On Tuesday, April 6, the Department of Music’s University Wind Ensemble will present a concert of musical fireworks, from Rimsky-Korsakov to John Williams, in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre at 7:30 p.m.Under the direction of conductor Zoltan Kalman, the Ensemble is comprised of 55 musicians drawn from Brock students, high school students, and members of Niagara’s musical community, including the Niagara and Hamilton Symphonies.The evening’s program, entitled “That’s Entertainment”, features masterworks of the past and present including Sheherazade by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov; Symphonic Songs by Robert Russell Bennett; Les Miserables by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg, featuring Vanessa Vella, soprano; I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin’ by George Gershwin, featuring April Curran, soprano; and John Williams’ Star Wars.Performances like this by the Department of Music are an essential part of the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts’ mandate to build connections between the community and the breadth of talent and creativity at the University.Tickets: $5 (plus GST) general admission. Contact the Centre for the Arts box office at 905-688-5550 x3257. read more

Dont Give the Stanley Cup to the Kings Just Yet

If you read the North American sports media — Sportsnet, CBC, THN, USA Today, CBS, ESPN — you’ve heard that Henrik Lundqvist may as well go on vacation; this year’s Stanley Cup already belongs to the Los Angeles Kings. My quick scan showed 12 of 14 hockey media types picking the Kings to beat the New York Rangers in the NHL playoffs’ final round, which begin on Wednesday, and it’s easy to see why. The Kings have a recent track record of success (a Cup in 2012 and a conference finals appearance in 2013). They come from the stronger conference — the West won 246 games and lost 202 against the East this year — and to get to the finals they had to beat teams that had 111, 116 and 107 points this season. Quite different from the Rangers’ playoff run, which included struggles to beat flawed teams and scrapping against backup goaltenders.Except it isn’t that simple, and not just because hockey is a sport disproportionately fueled by luck. The Rangers have a case to make — even on paper. The stats give them a real shot.Let’s start with shooting percentage, where the teams are evenly matched. Both New York and LA struggled this year: The Rangers’ 6.7 percent at 5-on-5 ranked 28th in the league and the Kings’ 6.6 percent was 29th. That’s not a big enough gap to make a difference, because shooting (and save percentages) in hockey are prone to large fluctuations. Given that the teams took about 2,000 shots, that 0.1 percentage point difference represents just two goals, and it’s easy to see how some random bounces could explain it.That’s not to say that shooting percentage is completely meaningless. Pulling our estimates of a team’s shooting skill two-thirds of the way towards the mean helps account for the impact of random chance. If the Rangers and Kings had huge differences that might tell us something about their differing skill. But they only had a margin of 0.1 percentage points this year and 0.8 over the last three years. Between the change in personnel and systems over time and the limitations of multiyear analysis, the Kings and Rangers are close enough that it’s hard to be confident that either team has an edge in shooting percentage.But there are differences to be found among the less top-level stats. Much of today’s advanced stat analysis begins with studying teams’ shot differential as an indicator of their ability to control play. In this regard, the Kings do have a clear edge; indeed, over the last few years they’ve been the best puck-possession team in the league.The Kings outshot their opponents 57 percent to 43 percent during 5-on-5 play this year,1In this piece, “shots” will be taken to include both shots on goal and shots that miss the net, the measure proposed by Matt Fenwick. excluding situations where the score was close enough that teams sat back to protect a lead.2Focusing on situations where the score is close was first popularized by hockey stat pioneer Tore Purdy, more commonly known as JLikens. Purdy recently died at the age of only 28, a tragic loss. He wrote the piece about estimating team shooting talent that I linked above. He’ll be missed. They led the NHL, but the Rangers weren’t too far behind, outshooting their opponents 54 percent to 46 percent. From these two figures, we might expect the Kings to get something like 51.5 percent of the shots against the Rangers; when we include the somewhat tougher opponents they faced this year, we might revise our estimate upwards a bit to something closer to 52 percent.3The Kings’ average opponent got 49.91 percent of the shots, just a little bit higher than the Rangers’ average opponent (49.77 percent). That simple 0.14 point difference probably underestimates the competition — just as the Kings’ shot differential underrates them by not factoring in the strength of the opponents they faced, this metric also underrates their opponents slightly for the same reason. Since there are lots of things we can’t account for (specific matchups, who’s currently nursing an injury, etc.), our projected matchup can never be accurate to three decimal places. I’ve been rounding these figures off in most places, which means that we don’t need to plow through the arithmetic of exactly how much of an effect it has; the Kings’ likely share of shots against the Rangers will round to 52 percent in the end.But that was the regular season, and it’s worth testing whether anything has changed in the playoffs. That means looking at a smaller sample of data — 20 games instead of 82 — which makes it important not to let any stat go to waste. So instead of outright excluding the lead-protecting situations from our analysis (the common way of doing it), let’s include them and correct for the impact of score effects.4To do that, I used a methodology I developed a couple of years ago. It’s a small but important difference, especially when dealing with a sample size this small.By this method, the Kings’ adjusted shot differential in the playoffs was about 52 percent to 48 percent, very similar to the Rangers’ 51-49. However, the Kings were dominant against much tougher competition; they held their opponents about 5 points below those teams’ season averages, whereas the Rangers held their opponents just a fraction of a point below theirs. Once we correct for that, we again end up estimating that the Kings will get about 52 percent of the shots over the series, or maybe as high as 53 percent. That represents a clear edge, if not an overwhelming one.So far, so Kings. But there’s also special teams play to take into account. The Rangers drew 32 more penalties than they took in the regular season, whereas the Kings took 12 more penalties than they drew. The Rangers had a higher power play conversion percentage and a better penalty kill percentage,5They also had better shot rates in both situations, which is an important component of predicting future performance. so we should expect the them to have more and better power plays than the Kings in the long run — even if the actual results of this short series will be dominated by random chance.Finally, it’s possible that it’s all going to come down to goaltending — this is hockey, after all — and the Rangers have a clear advantage there. This was the fifth straight year that Henrik Lundqvist posted a save percentage higher than 92 percent, and his save percentage has been higher than Jonathan Quick’s in every year of Quick’s career. Obviously, over a short series either goalie can get hot and turn the tide, but goalie streaks are almost entirely unpredictable and all we can do in advance is note which goalie is more talented. In this case, it’s clearly Lundqvist. The question is just how big of an advantage he gives the Rangers.In other words, Lundqvist is the fulcrum. If we expect the Kings to get 52 to 53 percent of the shots and expect Lundqvist and Quick to match their average save percentages over the last three years, that leads to a draw at even strength. Other components — special teams, shooting and perhaps fatigue — are all pretty small factors, but also seem to work in the Rangers’ favor.Ignore the pundits — this thing’s closer to a toss-up than a blowout. read more

INMO Nurses wont carry out doctors work during 24hour strike

first_imgIRISH NURSES WILL back junior doctors during next week’s planned 24 hour strike, the INMO has confirmed this evening.Non-consultant hospital doctors are planning the action for Wednesday 25 September. They are calling for an immediate end to shifts that last longer than 24 hours, and for a detailed plan on achieving working hours in line with a European directive by the end of the year.INMO General Secretary Liam Doran confirmed this evening that the union had agreed to a request to support the strike.He said members would be advised not to do work that was normally carried out by a doctor on the day of the dispute.“The HSE are clearly in breach of both Irish and EU Law and are exposing the State to very substantial fines, from the EU, for their continuing failure to implement the law having breached all deadlines,” Doran said.“It is unacceptable that they have now forced doctors into dispute in order to achieve safe working hours and protect patients.“Nurses and midwives stand firmly with their medical colleagues and will not do anything to undermine the dispute next Wednesday.”The Irish Medical Organisation — which represents the doctors — has promised the strike will not interfere with emergency services.Read: It’s on — junior doctors to strike on 25 September >Column: Working conditions are so bad in Irish hospitals I sometimes get no sleep at all >last_img read more

Smartphone bill shock

first_imgThe term ‘bill shock’ was coined to describe the reaction that follows an unexpectedly high mobile phone bill, often due to stiff roaming charges or over-use of data applications. With the spread of the smart phone seeing more Australians glued to their devices, how are they managing to keep their costs in check and bill shock at bay? Exceeding the data cap has pushed bills into triple figures and the way to prevent this is careful planning and keep an eye on your usage at all times. Source: The Age Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Peuton être optimiste pour Windows Phone

first_imgPeut-on être optimiste pour Windows Phone ?L’étude d’un cabinet spécialisé répond en tout cas par la positive à cette question d’ici l’horizon 2015. Alors, rêve ou réalité ?Pour le cabinet d’analyse iSuppli, il ne fait aucun doute que les Windows Phone vont effectuer une belle progression dans le marché des smartphones d’ici 2015. “En 2015, les Windows Phone représenteront 16,7% de l’ensemble des smartphones commercialisés, contre moins de 2% en 2011”, explique ainsi une étude relayée par Clubic. Pour les analystes, l’OS de Microsoft se placerait alors derrière Android (58,1%) et juste devant iOS (16,1%).Des analystes qui voit dans le partenariat privilégié passé avec Nokia la raison principale d’espérer pour la firme de Redmond. Surtout que le constructeur finlandais semble enfin vouloir percer aux États-Unis, pays où il n’y est jamais vraiment parvenu. En cela, le lancement du Windows Phone Lumia 900 au CES 2012 de Las Vegas est un symbole. Et ça tombe bien puisque iSuppli estime que la part de Windows Phone produits par Nokia, qui est de 50% cette année, devrait passer à 64% d’ici 2014. Reste que tout ceci relève bien de la prévision, en qu’en la matière, nombreux étaient ceux à prévoir une croissance bien plus rapide des smartphones sous l’OS Microsoft il y a quelques mois seulement. Dans le monde impitoyable de la téléphonie mobile, tout peut donc très vite changer… Le 20 janvier 2012 à 14:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Amazon Daily Deals Atomic Clock 27

first_imgThe Internet is where we do most of our shopping, and a solid 90% of it is done at Amazon. Jeff Bezos has turned his humble bookstore into a sort of Automat of the digital age, selling everything from soup to nuts at low prices with speedy shipping. Nobody knows Amazon deals quite like we do. Except for you, that is.1/25/2018La Crosse Atomic ClockHarness the power of the atom for the most precise timekeeping you can get anywhere. No, this doesn’t actually have a decaying atom inside it to sure – instead, it syncs with the United States atomic clock at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Boulder, Colorado every so often to make sure that it’s up to speed. Also includes a moon phase display, alarm settings, and even a USB port so you can charge your phone.$27.04 from Amazon Prime, Buy it herePulled Pork Shredder ClawsIt’s always barbecue season around Geek HQ, but we had to pass along this deal on “shredder claws” that are ostensibly for ripping up slow-cooked pork but actually look like something you could battle ninjas with.$8.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/24/2018Pikachu 2DS XLNintendo has really hit a goldmine with their limited edition DS models, tricked out in the skins of some of their most famous franchises. The latest, which ships on Friday, takes inspiration from that notorious electric mouse Pikachu. In bright banana yellow with raised facial features on the outside of the clamshell, this is a must-have collectible for Pokemon lovers. If you want one, act fast, because they won’t make these babies forever.$159.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereDetective PikachuI guess it’s Pikachu Day here in the deals hole, as you can get preorder savings on the little guy’s upcoming mystery adventure Detective Pikachu too.$39.96 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/23/2018Mega Man Legacy Collection 2Capcom seems to have taken the Blue Bomber out of exile with the announcement of a new Mega Man game and some high-quality repackaging of his older adventures. Legacy Collection 2 folds installments 7-10 into one convenient package, featuring everything from the 32-bit slickness of 8 to the throwback retro nailbiter of 10. These are all-time classics and for four bucks each you can’t beat the price.$15.89 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereJohn Wick: Chapter 2Amazon’s $10 Blu-Ray sale continues, and if you’re not on board with Keanu Reeves re-inventing himself as a hardened killer in the John Wick movies than we don’t know what to tell you, buddy.$10.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/22/2018Spider-Man HomecomingSony and Disney finally working together so that Spidey could interact with the Marvel Cinematic Universe was one of the best things to happen in the last few years, and the results were great: Homecoming captures the essence of Peter Parker and his world better than any other Spider-Man film, in our opinion. Amazon’s having a huge Blu-Ray sale right now and you can get this one and many more for just a ten spot.$10.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it herePowerBlock 24 Pound Dumbbell SetThe life of the mind is all well and good, but you need to take care of your body as well – especially if you ordered those Snickers last week. Best price ever on this compact and versatile weight set.$100.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/19/201824 Snickers BarsThe rising price of candy bars is one of the greatest crimes of the modern era. Spending over a dollar on a single one is more common than not these days, with some places going as high as two bucks. Well, Amazon has your back. Yes, these are the 100 calorie Snickers, so they’re a little smaller than the regular bar, but you get two dozen of them for a nickel and seven bucks. 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Lots of fun timing-based battles, an amusing story and plenty of playtime.$29.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/16/2018Dragon Ball FighterZWe’ve been neck-deep in the Dragon Ball Fighterz beta and it’s fair to say that this might be the next hot fighting game. Three-on-three battles with all of your favorite characters from Akira Toriyama’s sci-fi martial arts universe, with all of the massive death rays and spirit bombs your little heart could wish for. It’s fast-moving, surprisingly deep and loaded with fanservice, and time’s running out to pre-order with Amazon Prime and get that sweet 20% discount.$47.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereNi No Kuni II Collector’s EditionWe love how insane collector’s editions are getting for games – the Ni No Kuni sequel from LEVEL-5 comes with exclusive DLC, papercraft, a rotating diorama and more.$198.75 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/15/2018Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920If you’ve been wanting to break into the gaming streamer lifestyle, you’re going to need a decent camera for those essential picture-in-picture reaction shots. This Logitech widescreen model is deeply discounted for Amazon Prime members right now and features 1080p resolution, low light correction, dual stereo microphones and responsive autofocus. Show the world your beautiful face, friend.$45.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it herePotion ExplosionGet ready for Hogwarts with this amusing board game that casts players as alchemists using colored marbles to mix potions and create combos on the unique sliding dispenser board.$29.74 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/12/2018TCL 55S405 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TVIt is wild to me how cheap massive flatscreen monitors are now. Just a decade ago you’d pay through the nose for a display this big, and now Amazon is cutting retail prices nearly in half. The TCL 55S405 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV is a really great deal for $400, featuring access to over 4,000 streaming channels in crisp, beautiful 4K right out of the box.$399.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereRiddick: The Complete CollectionEVERY MORNING I WAKE UP AND OPEN PALM SLAM A VHS INTO THE SLOT. ITS CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK AND RIGHT THEN AND THERE I START DOING THE MOVES ALONGSIDE WITH THE MAIN CHARACTER, RIDDICK. 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Revisit the last season on Blu-Ray with this price drop on the set. It also comes with the animated documentary Conquest & Rebellion, which provides backstory on the fall of the Targaryen hold on the Seven Kingdoms. It’s only another year. You’ll make it. You’re strong, and winter is leaving.$32.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereGoPro Hero 6Amazon just released a $100 price drop on the latest and greatest GoPro, featuring true 4K video at 60FPS in a durable housing.$399.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/9/2018DropMixWe’ve been singing the praises of DropMix, the bizarre card-battling remix game from Harmonix and Hasbro, since it came out. It’s unlike any other music game we’ve played, an engine for creativity that lets you take chunks of real songs and blend them together willy-nilly to awesome and hilarious ends. If you haven’t tried it yet, Amazon has a $50 price drop right now which is way too good to pass up.$49.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereTitanfall 2If you want something a little more conventional, you can pick up the well-reviewed Titanfall sequel for a little over ten bucks, or the cost of a fancy sandwich and a fountain drink.$10.29 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/8/2018Akira Blu-Ray Combo PackIncredible price on one of the most influential anime movies of all time. Katsuhiro Otomo’s Akira is an epic that’s almost impossible to condense into a coherent film, but the 1998 adaptation – which he also directed – gives it the old college try and creates a spectacle that pushes the medium to its limits. Incredible crisp transfer lets you see this like you’ve never been able to before.$14.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereDeluxe Rubber DumbbellsGreat deal on these high-quality rubber weights that are perfect for curls, dips and other exercises for your upper body and arms. 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Pre-order on Amazon for a nice discount.$49.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereSanDisk 240GB SSDGetting an SSD is one of the best ways to increase both storage space and system speed for your computer, and this is an insanely sweet price for one of the most dependable on the market.$69.50 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here1/2/2018Fire Emblem: Shadows Of ValentiaIf you need a fantasy world to hunker down in through the cold winter months, the latest Fire Emblem is right up your alley. This is a full remake of 1992’s Fire Emblem Gaiden that adds tons of new features and RPG elements to the intense tactical action. Dungeons to explore, new story elements and streamlined mechanics make this a must-play. Ten bucks off can’t hurt.$29.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereDeath Note Complete Blu-RayLowest price we’ve ever seen on the anime adaptation of the morally ambiguous and weird as hell manga. If you only know the live-action Netflix movie, you’re in luck – this is deep, complex and thrilling stuff.$29.96 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/29/2017Sphero BB-9EIt’s crazy to think that we’ve been bringing you Amazon deals every day for over a year. If you bought every product we spotlighted, you could have saved (does a little math) fifteen million dollars. Wait, I might not have carried a six in there. Let’s close the year out with a nice price on Sphero’s BB-9E (you know, the evil BB-8 from The Last Jedi). 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Capcom: InfinitePretty quick price drop on the latest crossover fighter. It’s very fun, though, with an innovative tag system that opens the door to crazy combos.$29.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/27/2017CupheadOne of the most lauded games of the year, Cuphead took its developers years to release because every single frame of animation is hand-drawn in the style of 1930s cartoons. The difficult run-and-gun gameplay is also a throwback to the glory days of Mega Man, but with a surprising amount of tactical depth courtesy of the equippable power-ups and modifiers that give you all sorts of interesting abilities. Insanely good price on the dual PC / Xbone version for Prime members.$16.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereRoku Streaming StickNice price on this low-profile piece of hardware that transforms your TV into a portal to hundreds of different streaming services in glorious 4K.$49.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/26/2017Death Note Box SetNeed to wash the taste of Netflix’s weird-ass live action Death Note out of your mouth? There’s no better way to do it than to revisit Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s original manga. A story of tension and moral compromise, it revolves around a cursed notebook that lets the bearer murder anyone in the world simply by writing their name down. When it’s found by a slightly unhinged high school student, things get out of control very quickly. Lots of twists and turns make this a wildly engrossing read, and you can’t beat this price.$62.66 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here24-Pack Of Red BullIf you need a little help staying energized during this long, cold winter, Amazon is offering 24-packs of Red Bull “Red Edition” cans for egregiously cheap. Just be safe out there, friend.$36.85 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/22/2017Harry Potter 4K CollectionIf spending Christmas with the fam is too much to deal with, why not spend it at Hogwarts instead? This beautiful 4K transfer of all eight Harry Potter movies comes in a whopping 16 disk package with all the special features you could ever hope to see. Hell, if you started watching them on Christmas you might not even be done by New Year’s.$129.88 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereEcho ShowAmazon really wants you to have an Alexa-enabled digital assistant in your home so they keep slashing prices. Good deal on this one, which has a screen for video calling and more.$149.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/21/2017Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac AgeBaby, it’s cold outside. So there’s no better time to start a new role-playing game. Squaresoft originally released Final Fantasy XII for the venerable PS2 in 2006, and over a decade we’ve started to expect new things from our games. The PS4 remaster keeps all of the epic game’s content but wraps it in nicer graphics and adds an improved Job system to give you more control over how your characters grow. For just $25, this is an impossibly good value.$24.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Amazon Echo 2nd Generation </ulIf holiday stress is getting you down, here’s a great deal on the Etekcity heated neck and shoulder massager with eight built-in motors and adjustable speeds.$39.95 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/15/2017Complete DeadwoodThe news that one of HBO’s all-time greatest shows is coming back next year is very good indeed. Deadwood was by turns brutal, captivating, incredibly funny and deeply sad, a rich and nuanced examination of the lawless chaos that built America’s frontier. If you never watched it, you’re in for a serious treat, especially as the Blu-Ray set just dropped in price to under thirty bucks. All of the mud, blood and cussing now in high definition? Go for it, boss.$29.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here The Cabin In The Woods 4K UHD Blu-Ray </ulLook, we’re all going to be fighting for our lives to entertain the rich soon enough, so why not pick up some pointers from Katniss before it happens? Really nice price here.$19.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/19/2017PS4 Slim & Star Wars Battlefront II BundleDon’t expect this price to last through the holidays, so if you don’t have a PS4 yet this is going to be the lowest price you’re likely to find. The redesigned Slim model boasts 1TB of storage in a sleek form factor, comes with a wireless DualShock controller and is bundled with the latest Star Wars Battlefront, which folds in characters and battles from every Star Wars film so far except the one that just came out. Fifty bucks off retail is a hell of a bargain.$249.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Head on back to Hogwarts with all eight Harry Potter movies for $70 less than the sticker price. We told you the deals were big today.$29.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/22/20171TB PS4 SlimWe’re careening madly towards Black Friday, and the deals are starting to come hot and heavy. If you want to beat the rush, Amazon is dropping some prices early. One of the best bargains we’ve spotted so far is a solid Benjamin off on a 1TB PS4 Slim model, controller included. This is a potent console with a ton of market life left in it, and with a PS Plus subscription you’ll get something like 30 free games over the course of a year. Jump on this one before they run out.$199.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here As we were saying, you can also get $20 off on a year of PS Plus – online gaming, streaming, demos, free games and discounts for 12 months. It pays for itself at this price.$39.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/21/2017Razer Ornata ChromaOne of the freshest trends in battlestation design in recent years has been the explosion in cool LED-accented keyboards. No longer are they staid arrangements of letters – now they can pulse, glow and otherwise respond to your ass-kicking in-game. The Razer Ornata Chroma boasts the company’s “Mecha-Membrane” technology that combines soft touch with that satisfying mechanical click, and the built-in wrist rest will keep carpal tunnel away for quite a while. Twenty bucks off is a nice price.$79.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Echo Dot Harry Potter Complete Movie Collection Back your stuff up, people. Sure it’s convenient to have it all in the cloud, but if something catastrophic happens, you’ll want it close at hand. Great price on a big beefy drive.$15.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it hereFive bucks for a digital copy of the new Imagine Dragons album Evolve? That’s a great deal, but you know Gary Gygax could imagine all the dragons he wanted for free.$5.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Flabbergasting price drop – $50 off – on this beefy Blu-Ray box of the first six seasons of HBO’s prestige titties & treachery drama.$69.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/16/2017Fitbit AltaIt’s never too early to get started on your New Year’s resolution to get in shape, and the Fitbit Alta will track your steps, tell you how many stairs you climbed, monitor your sleep cycles and more. Amazon’s running a special deal where they’ll give you a $30 gift card when you buy one. You need to read the fine print: make sure the card is in your cart and make sure the FitBit is sold by Amazon, not another seller. Even with those extra steps this is still a super bargain.$128.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here </ulAs we ramp up our excitement for the new Star Wars movie, here’s a great pre-order price on the companion volume that gives the deets on all the characters, vehicles, planets and droids we’ll see in it.$11.36 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/6/2017Anki Overdrive Fast & Furious EditionIf you could shrink yourself down to the size of an insect, all you’d need is this set of awesome app-controlled slot cars to race with Dom, Hobbs, Letty and the rest of the Fast & Furious crew. Without Pym Particles, though, you’re going to have to settle for driving like the rest of us. Special weapons, magnetically-assembled tracks with multiple layouts and more make this a sweet purchase at $50 off.$119.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here </ulNine films from one of the masters of modern comedy in one box set, including the classics Blazing Saddles and Spaceballs.$26.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/20/2017Wolfenstein: The New ColossusAmazon has dropped prices on a bunch of Bethesda games this month, but our pick is Wolfenstein: The New Colossus. The series that started the FPS craze back in the day has come into the modern era with a remarkable amount of intelligence and invention. Yes, BJ Blazkowicz is back behind enemy lines hunting depraved Nazi super-soldiers and the like, but in between the mayhem there’s some remarkable storytelling going on as well. Great price on one of the year’s must-play games.$34.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here The single best Nickelodeon cartoon of all time, a rich and detailed fictional world packed with action, drama and memorable characters, for a can’t-beat price.$18.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/15/2017Good Smile Dark Knight NendoroidJapanese manufacturer Good Smile is a top name in the figure field, known for their incredible detail and multiple switchable parts. Get ready for Justice League with this chibified Batman, who comes with six different pairs of hands, a Batsignal, grapple gun and even a second cape-covered body for maximum drama. It’s super rare to see these under twenty bucks, so grab it fast.$19.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here If you want to get into the world of streaming, you need a capture device. Amazon has one of the most popular for a wild $60 off today.$119.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Philips Hue Starter Kit LifeStraw Personal Water Filter Planet Of The Apes Trilogy You are not going to find a better deal on a monitor with this size and specs. Under a buck fifty for 24 inches diagonal of LCD crispness and QHD resolution with 4ms response time? Dang.$159.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/3/2017Yakuza Kiwami SteelbookThe Yakuza series is one of the best things going, and if you’re new to the franchise here’s some good news: Yakuza Kiwami, the next-gen remake of the first game from 2005. Kiwami updates the controls and user interface for modern tastes and adds new scenes to tighten up the plot as well as the new Majima Everywhere system where your rival pops up at inopportune times to make your life miserable. It’s a truly geat, unique game and for just $25 in a steelbook it’s a must-buy at this point.$24.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Batman / Superman 9 Film Collection Elgato Game Capture H60S Mel Brooks Deluxe Collection Game Of Thrones Season 1-6 All of the fun and functionality of Amazon’s voice-activated personal assistant minus the big internal speaker. Can’t beat this price if you’ve been wanting to explore the Alexa ecosystem.$29.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/28/2017Raiden VThe shopper’s holiday weekend is over, but the deals never stop at Amazon. Today we’re giving you 20% off on Raiden V, the latest game in the long-running vertical spaceship shooter series. This Director’s Cut version comes with the awesome soundtrack and some interesting tweaks to the formula, including a trio of selectable ships with different abilities. This one for the hardcore score attack maniacs on your Christmas list – or just, you know, yourself.$31.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War Doom VFR </ulAmazon’s nosy little digital assistant just gets more useful by the day, and we predict big things for Alexa in 2018. Get twenty bucks off the latest iteration of the device.$79.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/13/2017Corsair LED Mousepad“Put an LED on it” is sort of the prime industrial design trend of the 2010s so far, and you know what? We’re cool with it! Why shouldn’t everything you own glow in every color of the rainbow. We’re living in the future, after all. This soft cloth mousepad has 15 programmable LED zones around the perimeter of the unit along with a non-slip rubber base and a USB pass-through port for your mouse. Save $20 off of the normal retail price.$39.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here </ulBring some side-scrolling platformy goodness to your Switch with this exceptional adventure from Ubisoft featuring new touchscreen compatibility and a Switch-exclusive Tournament mode.$24.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/7/2017The Legend Of Zelda: Hyrule HistoriaThe chronology of the Legend of Zelda universe is a befuddling one, with multiple incarnations of our elfin hero battling Ganondorf in wildly different worlds. Hyrule Historia is a massive tome published along with Skyward Sword that dives through the development process of all the Zelda games, featuring production artwork, design notes and way more. A must for any true Nintendo fan.$19.36 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Essential Phone The Evil Within 2 LEGO Saturn V If you’re ready to break free from the chains of Apple, check out this incredibly powerful, sleek new mobile from Andy Rubin, the creator of Android. 128GB storage, titanium and ceramic construction, edge to edge screen, $200 off right now.$499.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/13/2017VIZIO SB2920-C6 29-Inch 2.0 Channel Sound BarIf you’re over the audio from your TV’s built-in speakers but don’t want to go whole hog on an external system for space or budget reasons, here’s a pretty solid compromise. This two-channel sound bar delivers a solid 95 decibels at a really good price and blends in with pretty much any decor. Built-in Bluetooth lets you stream Spotify and other audio services from your mobile device as well.$67.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here What’s more brutal than Doom? Experiencing all of the demon-blasting mayhem and gibs of gore in full virtual reality. This isn’t a port – it’s a totally new game made with VR in mind.$23.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/29/2017Star Wars – Hero Droid BB-8You’ve seen those little pocket-size BB-8 droids that you control with your cell phone. They’re cute. But this is something a lot better. The Hero Droid remote-controlled BB-8 stands a staggering sixteen inches tall (plus an extra three for the antenna) and can listen to voice commands and roll across all sorts of terrain. The price on this droid has never dropped below $200 in our memory, so it’s a safe bet that this deal won’t last for long.$129.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Get your horror fix with this solid sequel from Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikamis Tango Game Works. Nice price for Cyber Monday only.$25.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here </ulWhat a cool set this is – a replica of the Saturn V rocket that took the Apollo mission to the moon. When completed, it stands over three feet tall.$119.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/14/2017Corsair LED MousepadIt is absolutely insane (and sort of worrisome) that the sequel to Bungie’s shooter franchise has dropped in price this heavily. Yes, we know there’s been some pushback from gamers about a bunch of stuff (most notably that one gun that kills you instantly, that thing’s not good), but we can’t imagine they’re happy that Amazon is selling Destiny 2 for under $25 so soon into the game’s lifespan. Real talk though: this game is more than worth $25 and is only going to get better over time, so why not hop aboard now?$24.88 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar It’s wild to me that you can get this crystalline, pixel-perfect reproduction of Drew Goddard’s meta-horror spoof hit for less than the cost of a decent sandwich at Quizno’s. This is the world we live in.$7.88 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/10/2017DJI Mavic Pro QuadcopterIf you’re looking for an airborne solution that’s a little higher end than your typical Radio Shack jobbie? Get $100 off on this Mavic quadcopter that’s built to last, with 4.3 miles of transmission range and true 4K motion stabilized vieo. Multiple positioning redundancies including GPS and GLONASS make it tough to fly this thing into a wall. Trade up to a grown-up drone. You deserve it.$899.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here South Park: The Fractured But Whole Stay hydrated no matter what kind of nightmare apocalypse scenario you find yourself in with this revolutionary water filter that strips toxins from liquids lickety split. Ten bucks off.$19.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/27/2017New 2DS XL Poke Ball EditionWelcome to Cyber Monday, Black Friday’s mechanized counterpart. The deals from Amazon are still coming hot and heavy, with new ones popping up over the weekend. Here’s a jumbo-sized roundup of some of our favorites. Let’s kick off with the Poke Ball-skinned 2DS XL, Nintendo’s long-running portable console that features a massive library of classics. Take $25 off retail price today only. Already got one? Read on, my friends.$135.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Seagate 5TB Portable Drive Get your grooming situation in order with this deep discount on Panasonic’s most advanced electric shaver, with a powerful motor that delivers 14,000 cuts per minute and a shave sensor that detects beard density and adapts to it.$99.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/7/2017Your Name Blu-RayNo, not your actual name – you already have one of those and we’re not going to charge you $20 for another one. We’re talking about Kimi no Nawa, the most commercially successful anime motion picture of all time. This Japanese blockbuster tells the story of a pair of high school students who inadevertently start switching bodies. It sounds like the premise from a goofy 80s comedy but it’s handled with grace and charm, building to a potent and affecting conclusion. A great watch for people who turn up their nose at the power of anime.$19.96 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Firefly Complete Series Blu-Ray Insane 50% price cut on this massive, ultra-clear TV. If you’ve been waiting to trade up, now’s the time to pull the trigger.$1696.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/24/2017500GB Xbox One SIt’s the biggest shopping weekend of the year, so here’s an extra jumbo-sized roundup of Amazon deals for the Black Friday hellscape. Let’s feature this 500GB Xbox One S, which has a price drop of ninety bucks. It’s a 4K Blu-Ray player, a fine gaming console, and features tons of backwards compatibility with the last few generations of Microsoft machines. Already got one? Read on, boss. We have more.$189.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here HORI Switch Controller The Sopranos: The Complete Series Call Of Duty: WWII </ulIf you don’t have your Christmas decorations up yet, why not move into the future with smart lighting instead? The Philips Hue system uses LEDs to create every color of the rainbow, and communicates with Google Home, Amazon Echo and more. Sixty bucks off right now.$139.97 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/11/2017LEGO Minecraft The FortressThere would be no Minecraft without LEGO, so it’s not surprising that the virtual building game has looped back around to the physical world courtesy of the immortal construction toy. This is the biggest and baddest LEGO Minecraft set out there, a massive building with pressure plate operated doors, creeper banners, skeletons and Steve. Solid price drop for the holidays.$76.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Avatar: The Last Airbender Complete Series Heated Fleece Blanket If you just can’t get enough Justice League, here’s a steep price drop on this 9 Blu-Ray set of the Christopher Reeve Supermans (plus Returns) and the pre-Nolan Batmans.$37.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/16/2017ICE Orb Levitating/Floating Wireless Portable Bluetooth SpeakerYou can get a wireless Bluetooth speaker that’s shaped like a rectangle. Or a cylinder. But would you do that when you can have a floating sphere banging your tunes like something out of a sci-fi movie. This gravity-defying orb rotates freely in the air above the base, delivering 360 degree distortion-free sound even at high volumes. If you start it spinning, it’ll go by itself for like three days because of no resistance, which is pretty awesome. You need more orbs. We all need more orbs. Hail to the orb. Praise the orb.$129.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here The Hunger Games 4-Film Collection </ulOf all the remakes and reboots that Hollywood’s churned out over the last few decades, the new Planet Of The Apes movies have been some of the best. Taking the 70s original’s goofy premise and giving it a modern and quasi-realistic spin was a brilliant idea, and they escalate beautifully.$17.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/8/2017NETGEAR Nighthawk X4 Ultimate Gaming RouterNot all routers are created equal, and if you’re getting angry messages about lag after games it might be time to trade up to something a little beefier. The Nighthawk X4 is a wireless router specifically designed for gaming use, featuring four-stream architecture for uninterrupted connections and 4GB LAN ports in case you want to plug in. This is a very serious price drop that won’t last long.$121.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Lenovo 24″ Monitor Nintendo Switch AC Adapter LG 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Kate Beckinsale in a leather catsuit. Oh, and I guess some stuff about vampires and werewolves or whatever. First four films, twenty bucks.$19.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/9/2017WakaWaka Power+ Solar-Powered Flashlight + ChargerThe sun – that mighty orb of flaming gas that makes all life on this planet possible. Tap into its might with this cool flashlight and phone charger that soaks up its rays and transforms them into electrical power. $20 off, charges a typical iPhone from scratch in two hours, battery fills up with 12 hours of sun exposure. Also has a built-in LED flashlight and SOS emergency beacon.$49.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here </ulJoss Whedon’s sadly cut short sci-fi Western series all in one place for a can’t-beat price. Really nice packaging includes photo cards and a map.$16.81 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/4/2017X Rocker 51396 Pro Series Gaming ChairA gaming chair is one of those things that sounds like a pointless luxury until you try one. If you’ve ever found yourself cramping up after a marathon session on the couch or in a normal office chair, you know that they’re not designed to give gamers the support they require. This sweet seat has an ergonomic design with gunstock arms for elbow and wrist support, built in 2.1 AFM speakers and subwoofer and a tilt and swivel base. Over a Benjamin off today.$156.77 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here If you haven’t played the new South Park RPG from Ubisoft, it’s a solid and often times hilarious adventure in the vein of Earthbound but filthier. Here’s an early price drop.$40.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here One of the most engrossing games of the last year gets a major price drop – you won’t be able to see it until you add it to your cart.$25.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here New price drop on the must-have LEGO collectible of the year, a 309-piece holiday extravaganza featuring minifigs of like a hat-wearing BB-8 and a Snowtrooper along with vehicles and more.$29.42 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/14/2017Westworld Season 1 UHD Blu-RayWith Game of Thrones limping to a conclusion, the time is right for Westworld to claim the throne as HBO’s most compelling drama. The mind-twisting tale of a robot-populated theme park where nothing is as it seems is set to come back with a second season that ventures beyond the Western locale we’ve seen to new fantasies, and if you didn’t watch it when it aired Amazon has a spectacular deal on the UHD 4K Blu-Ray with incredible picture quality – this is a show that seriously benefits from it.$32.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here The Last Jedi Visual Dictionary </ulIf you can live with a cord (and, let’s be frank, every true geek has plenty of cords), this is the absolute best price you’re going to find on a high-quality Switch gamepad.$20.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/5/2017JBL Pulse 2 Portable Splashproof Bluetooth SpeakerSynaesthesia is the mental condition where the brain translates sensory input as other senses – sufferers can smell colors, feel tastes, et cetera. If you want to dabble with it minus the actual brain chemistry, Amazon has an incredible deal on JBL’s Pulse 2 bluetooth speaker that features an array of LED lights that pulse in time with the audio. Up to 10 hours of playback time with the included rechargeable battery, and an echo-cancelling speakerphone for crystal clear calls. Better than Black Friday price on this one.$79.95 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Take back your kingdom from the insect pests that bedevil you with this high-tech bug swatting tool that terminates them with a brief bolt of pure electrical power, reducing them to atoms with no muss or fuss.$16.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/8/2017Your Name Blu-RayBlack Friday draws near and Amazon is already cutting prices in anticipation. If you’ve been putting off investing in a truly big screen for your home entertainment setup, you’re not likely to find a better offer on this 70″ Sony 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV. This is the 2017 model, with 60Hz native refresh rate, three HDMI and two USB inputs, built-in Netflix and YouTube and more. 40% off is a hell of a bargain.$1198.00 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here </ulHibernation season is here and if your regular bedding isn’t doing the trick, it might be time for *Tim Allen grunts* more power. This electric fleece blanket will deliver the heat to your sleepy body.$66.56 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/1/2017Exploding Kittens NSFW EditionOne of the most successful card game Kickstarters of all time, Matthew Inman (the Oatmeal guy)’s Exploding Kittens has now spawned an adults-only variant replete with “boob wizards” and other things you wouldn’t want your sensitive little ones to know about. What does excessive nudity add to a game about detonating cute little kitty cats? You’ll never know until you try it.$15.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Panasonic Arc5 Electric Razor PlayStation VR With Camera </ulSure, it’s not glamorous, but it’s smart to keep an AC adapter for your Switch at home so you don’t have to plug and unplug it all the time. Official Nintendo hardware is rarely discounted, so jump on this while you have the chance.$25.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/12/2017One Year PlayStation PlusEven at full price PlayStation Plus is a bargain – dozens of free games every year along with access to online play, discounts and more. It’s ridiculous to even have a console without it. But being able to cut twenty bucks off of a year’s subscription? Worth it. This deal won’t last through the holidays, so jump on it now – you can always cash it in whenever your current one runs out.$39.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Rechargeable Electric Bug Zapper Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds 1 Year PS Plus Membership Logitech Artemis Spectrum Wireless Gaming Headset Wildly good price on one of HBO’s most iconic prestige dramas, the New Jersey Mafia series that established the pay cable network as an innovative home for boundary-pushing programming.$49.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/1/2017Grave Of The FirefliesEverybody has one of them in their lives: an Anime Hater. No matter what you say, it’s impossible to convince them that Japanese animation is anything but yelling and panty shots. For those people, we prescribe a copy of Studio Ghibli’s 1988 masterpiece Grave Of The Fireflies, a moving meditation on survival that no less an authority than Roger Ebert called one of the greatest war films of all time. Beautiful, crisp Blu-Ray transfer for under eleven bucks.$10.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Step into the new frontier of gaming with a hundred bucks off on the leading console virtual reality solution. You haven’t lived until you’ve played the new Resident Evil in VR.$249.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Unexpected but very welcome price drop on the most recent release in the Call of Duty franchise. You know what you’re getting here: tons of shooty value for your money.$37.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/30/2017Destiny 2Yes, Bungie is having some… problems with their latest multiplayer shooter. But if there’s one thing we learned from our time with the original Destiny, it’s that they’ll eventually figure things out, and the ride to get there’s usually pretty fun. If you’ve been holding off on Destiny 2, this Black Friday carryover price is probably the best bargain you’re going to see for quite some time. And don’t get me wrong: the game’s very fun. Just… a little weird with the loot drops right now.$25.95 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here One of the most popular games of the year comes to Xbox One – scavenge, sneak and slaughter your friends in this tense and hilarious battle royale. Preorder for a big discount.$23.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here11/2/2017Boosted Electric SkateboardIf you want a new way to get around town that doesn’t require constant effort, this is a pretty slick skateboard that combines classic styling with modern technology. A battery with 12 miles of range couples with precision Bluetooth control and a top speed of 22 miles per hour makes this a sweet way to gleam the cube or whatever it is you do.$1499.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Rayman Legends Definitive Edition </ulTake a Benjamin off of the retail price for this high-end gaming headset featuring 7.1 Dolby Surround, or 7.1 DTS Headphone: X Surround Sound, compatible with pretty much anything you play on.$99.99 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here12/18/2017Dragon Ball Z: Season 1: The Vegeta SagaHee’s where it all began – and you can’t beat this price on digitally remastered DVD box sets of Dragon Ball Z, the long-running anime series that introduced American audiences to the pleasures of yelling at your opponent for an entire episode before blasting them with a massive energy beam. This season kicks off the invasion of Earth by the Saiyan race, with their advance guard Prince Vegeta making landfall and just wrecking everybody’s shop. Big fights, big speeches, big fun.$16.96 from Amazon Prime, Buy it here Underworld: The Legacy Collection Heated Back & Neck Massage Pillowlast_img

Sexting bill would divert teens from adult sex offense rules

first_imgOLYMPIA — Legislation aimed at keeping youth who send sexually explicit texts from being charged under adult sex crime laws has cleared the Legislature in Washington state.The bill, which passed late Wednesday night, would create a new group of crimes reserved specifically for minors who are caught with explicit images of other minors, attempting to solve what lawmakers described as a paradox in current law, where even youth who report a sexual picture or video can themselves be potentially charged with a felony — and even forced to register as sex offenders.A 2018 survey by the American Civil Liberties Union found 22 states had passed legislation that differentiates between teen and adult offenders, with varying specifics.Under the Washington bill, most of the new youth-only crimes would be set as misdemeanors, a status that would exempt convicted youth from having to register.Sexting — a combination of the words “sex” and “texting” — refers to sending explicit photos or videos over messaging services, a practice that has gained some popularity among teens who grew up with cellphones.“This is a statute written for dealing with child pornography, at a time when no one had cellphones,” said Sen. Manka Dhingra, a Redmond Democrat who voted for the Washington bill. “No one could even anticipate that we would live in the culture that we currently do, with our children actually sexting.”last_img read more

Pakistans Father of Taliban cleric killed in attack

first_imgIn this file photograph taken on 23 August, 2017, Maulana Sami Ul-Haq, head of the Defence of Pakistan Council, a coalition of around 40 religious and political parties, attends a press conference in Islamabad. Photo: AFPUnidentified attackers have assassinated a key Pakistani cleric with close ties to the Afghan Taliban, officials and family said Friday.Maulana Sami Ul-Haq was stabbed and shot by unknown killers in an attack at his home in central Punjab province in Pakistan.He was chief of his own faction of the religious Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-S) party, and ran a madrassa that educated several prominent Taliban leaders.”Unidentified attackers killed Maulana Sami ul Haq inside his residence,” Umar Jahangir, a senior government official, told state-run Pakistan television.Hamid Ul-Haq, the cleric’s son and a former MP, confirmed the killing to private TV channel GEO, and said his father was stabbed by the attackers before they opened fire.Maulana Yousuf Shah, a party spokesman, said unidentified attackers killed him in his residence and fled the scene.Ul-Haq, who was in his 80s, was known as “Father of the Taliban”. His Dar-ul-Uloom Haqqania seminary educated Taliban stalwarts including Mullah Omar and Jalaluddin Haqqani.Ul-Haq was in 2014 a member of the negotiating committee from the Pakistan homegrown Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) — who brokered a ceasefire with government, although the talks later failed.He twice held roles as a member of Pakistan’s Senate.His JUI-S party was an ally of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party headed by prime minister Imran Khan.Khan, currently on an official visit to Beijing, condemned the killing and ordered an investigation, his office said in a statement.last_img read more

Amazon Is Bringing Prime Video to Oculus VR Headsets

first_imgOculus VR headset users just got one more video service to watch in their virtual living rooms: Amazon’s Prime Video service went live on Oculus Go, Quest and Samsung Gear VR headsets with a dedicated Prime Video VR app Wednesday.In addition to access to the entire Prime Video catalog, Prime Video VR will also feature select 360-degree video films. At launch, these include “Invasion!” from Baobab Studios and “Greenland Melting” from Frontline and NOVA, according to a blog post.The app offers users a way to watch Prime Video titles in a virtual theater setting, and also comes with voice search for the entire Prime catalog. Prime Video VR is at launch only available to Prime subscribers in the U.S. and the U.K., but there does seem to be a way for users who aren’t Prime subscribers to browse their Amazon Video purchases. Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15center_img There has long been talk about Amazon expanding into VR. Back in 2016, job offers revealed that the company was looking to produce original VR content out of Amazon Studios. The company even hired former Tribeca director Genna Terranova to oversee its mixed reality content efforts. However, Terranova’s Linkedin page indicates that she has since moved on to a more general role within Amazon Studios, perhaps indicating less of a focus on original VR productions.last_img read more

Control This AtHome Drone With Amazon Alexa

first_img UPS Wants to Bring Drone Deliveries to U.S. HospitalsWatch: Drone Captures Great White Sharks Interacting Off Cape Cod While most drones are developed for use in large, open spaces, Aire is an exception to the rule.Marketed as “a safe flying robot that lives in your home,” the unmanned aerial vehicle fits on your end table and pairs with Amazon Alexa to follow voice commands.Aire (pronounced like the mixture of nitrogen, oxygen, and other gases that forms the earth’s atmosphere) aims to “revolutionize” home automation, smart assistants, home monitoring, and personal robotics, according to maker Aevena.The flying machine boasts hidden sensors to help avoid obstacles and move between multiple floors, as well as the capacity to snap HD photos and record 4K videos, capture 360-degree panoramas, and live stream.A companion mobile app lets the user enable aviation autonomy—”no piloting experience needed.”Modern art or modern tech? (via Aevena)I suppose Aire, when not in use, could simply serve as a piece of modern art— it’s Echo-like speaker poking out of the top like a bottle of bubbly chilling in an ice bucket.“We believe personal robots designed for the home will enhance our daily lives and offer peace of mind,” California-based Aevena said.Owners can keep an eye on their home, office, pets, or loved ones while away; the app notifies users of any loud noises or unexpected motion, and makes it easy to make virtual visits to any location.Worried you left the stove on? Just send Aire to the kitchen to remotely check-in. Then go into a blind panic when you realize the room is engulfed in flames and your expensive drone is melting onto the hardwood floor.Or tap into the IFTTT automation capabilities, setting up triggers like if Aire senses a dark room, then turn on Philips Hue lights, or if Aire captures a panorama photo, then save it to Google Drive.Noise-reduction technology promises an easy work environment (via Aevena)Aevena will eventually unlock its Aire API, opening the IoT device to future updates, including virtual home mapping, autonomous navigation, and scheduled security patrols.Early-bird buyers can pre-order the robot for a steeply discounted $749 (more than 50 percent off the retail price of $1,499); that includes free lifetime premium cloud services and software updates, plus a charging dock, battery, and power adapter.The only downside: You’ll have to wait more than a year for delivery of the new toy, expected to ship in December 2018.A beta model, set for distribution a few months earlier, is also available for $699.Already more than halfway to its all-or-nothing funding goal, Aevena Aire has 30 days left to collect a total of $50,000.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img read more

Amazon Had Another RecordBreaking Prime Day

first_imgStay on target Amazon’s ‘Marvelous’ Gas Station Discount Causes Chaos in CaliforniaAmazon to Donate Unsold Products Instead of Trashing Them Another year, another Prime Day record.This week’s two-day “parade of deals” marked the largest shopping event in Amazon history, according to the company.From July 15 to 16, sales surpassed the previous Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, counting more than 175 million items purchased throughout the event.AdChoices广告Prime Day, which promises exclusive deals for subscribers, was also a hit with Amazon devices; top-selling deals globally include Echo Dot, Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote, and Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote.“We want to thank Prime members all around the world,” CEO Jeff Bezos said in a statement.“Members purchased millions of Alexa-enabled devices, received tens of millions of dollars in savings by shopping from Whole Foods Market, and bought more than $2 billion of products from independent small and medium-sized businesses,” he boasted. “Huge thank you to Amazonians everywhere who made this day possible for customers.”I mean, maybe not the warehouse workers in Minnesota, who planned to strike during the shopping extravaganza.Employees at a Shakopee fulfillment center arranged a six-hour work stoppage on July 15—day one of the retail giant’s 48-hour summer sale.Ultimately, Prime members in 18 countries saved more than $1 billion on millions of items shipped in one day or less (making this the fastest-ever Prime Day).Amazon also welcomed more new Prime members on July 15 than any previous day (ever), and almost as many on July 16.In the US alone, folks purchased more than 100,000 lunchboxes, 100,000 laptops, 200,000 TVs, 300,000 headphones, 350,000 luxury beauty products, 400,000 pet products, 650,000 household cleaning supplies, and more than 1 million toys.As part of the company’s 20th anniversary, Amazon launched Prime Day in 2015, hoping to entice buyers with discount prices on a scale you’d expect to see only around the holidays.The inaugural event—a mix of “Deals of the Day” and “Lightning Deals”—lasted 24 hours. Prime Day 2017 boasted 30 hours of deals, and last year, Prime members had a record 36 hours to shop.At this rate, the 2024 affair will last all week.More on Celebrates Prime Day With Live Shopping Show ‘Twitch Sells Out’Target, eBay, Walmart Sales to Challenge Amazon Prime DayThe Weirdest Deals of Amazon Prime Day 2018last_img read more

Two concerts feature songs of yesteryears

first_imgAt a concert on December 6, the focus was Bengali theatre and its music, specifically songs, used in cinema or chhaya-chhabi right from its birth on screen in the early twentieth century. Over the years, these film-songs were influenced by the popular genre of theatre or Mancha-Gatha. The songs touch all aspects of life — romance, weddings, funerals, rituals, get-togethers, even protests — and emerge as a medium to articulate every shade of joy and sorrow, love and longing, hope and despair. “In films like Sita and Alibaba, made in the 1930s, the songs from the original plays were used. We have covered the period from 1917 to 2017 in the concert. Also, some films from Bangladesh which have used songs from their theatre have been used”, director of the event Devajit Bandopadhyay told Millennium Post. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe concert was held at the Academy of Fine Arts where singers like Riddhi Bandyopadhyay and Devajit Bandyopadhyay performed, the narrator was Samiul Islam Poluck (Bangladesh), the script and direction was by Devajit Bandyopadhyay and his team, Academy Theatre Production.Songs like Keno Dekha Dile (Jor Borat), Aar Rekhona Amay (Notir Puja) by Riddhi Bandyopadhyay, Aji Esechhi (Shahjahan/Film-Balika Badhu), Karar Ei Lauha Kapat (Jibon Theke Neya) by Devajit Bandyopadhyay are worth a mention. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveIn another concert, poets and songwriters like Tagore, Dwijendralal, Atulprasad, Rajanikanta, Himanshu Dutta, Dilip Kumar Roy who enriched the horizon of Bengali music scene with their melodious creations were showcased. Many of the songs got instant fame but many went unnoticed. Riddhi Bandyopadhyay, a noted vocalist, known for her brand “Pancha Kabir Gaan” initiated and conceptualized a musical, Smriti Bismritir Gaan”, at Abanindra Gallery (ICCR). The venture was jointly initiated by ‘Riddhi A Step for Music’ and ICCR. Singers like Riddhi Bandyopadhyay, Haimanti Shukla, Devajit Bandyopadhyay, Lopamudra Mitra, Sahana Bakshi performed at the event. What’s more, an audio CD titled PRONAAM featuring songs of Atul Prasad Sen was released on Perennial Records. Interestingly it features a song by legendary film actor Pahari Sanyal which came up for the first time in an audio CD. The rest of the six songs have been rendered by Riddhi Bandyopadhyay. ‘Ke Abar Bajay Banshi’, ‘Ami Jabona Ghore’ (Riddhi Bandyopadhyay), ‘Ami Okriti Adham’, ‘Keu Nayan Mude’ (Sahana Bakshi), ‘Swapan Parer Daak Shunechhi’, ‘Ulangini Nache Ranarange’ (Lopamudra Mitra), ‘Jibon Marane Eso’, ‘Jodi Diyechho Badhuya’ (Sudip Bandyopadhyay), ‘Aji Esechhi Badhu Hey,’ ‘Dhano Dhanyo Pushpe Bhora’ (Devajit Bandyopadhyay), ‘Diyechho Jibon Amrito Soman’, ‘Phir Kisiki Yaad Ayi’ (Haimanti Shukla) were presented. Undoubtedly, it was an unforgettable evening meant for music buffs.last_img read more

Princess Cruises to offer its biggest Canada New England program ever in

first_imgTags: New England, Princess Cruises Posted by Share Princess Cruises to offer its biggest Canada & New England program ever in 2018 Travelweek Group center_img SANTA CLARITA, CALIF. — Princess Cruises’ 2018 Canada & New England cruise season will be the line’s largest deployment ever along the east coast, sailing onboard two of its newest ships – Regal Princess and Royal Princess.Both ships, carrying a maximum 3,560 guests, will sail for the first time together and depart from New York and Quebec to offer 10 cruise departures on four itineraries. These will visit 12 destinations in New England and Canada.“We’re excited to bring two of our newest ships to Canada & New England in 2018 so that more guests can enjoy the gorgeous fall foliage and famed destinations and landmarks in this region,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president.All 2018 Canada & New England voyages are open for sale on Dec. 1. Highlights include:· Royal Princess makes her maiden 10- to 11-day voyages out of Quebec and New York with overnight stays in Quebec on every voyage. These cruises visit Newport, Boston, Portland, Saint John, Halifax, Sydney, Charlottetown and Quebec, and include an overnight stay in Boston. Cruises depart Sept. 25, Oct. 5 and 16.More news:  CIE Tours launches first-ever River Cruise Collection· Royal Princess offers a 14-day ‘Canada & Colonial America’ cruise from Quebec to Ft. Lauderdale, departing on Oct. 26 and featuring calls in Port Saguenay, Sydney, Halifax, Saint John, Bar Harbor, Boston, Newport, New York and Norfolk.· Regal Princess sails on seven-day roundtrip cruises from New York, departing Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13 and 20. Stops include Newport, Boston, Bar Harbor, Saint John and Halifax.· Regal Princess also offers a five-day ‘Canadian Atlantic Provinces Getaway’ voyage out of New York, visiting Saint John and Halifax, and departing on Oct. 27.· Guests are offered a choice of two cruisetours on the East Coast, including ‘Historic America Cruisetour’, which includes highlights like Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate and Colonial Williamsburg, and ‘The Maple Explorer Cruisetour’ in Niagara Falls, Ottawa and Montreal, featuring highlights like the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Rideau Canal.Princess Cruises loyal past guests are eligible for a special promotion when they book before August 31, 2017. Captain’s Circle members purchasing a Canada/New England cruise or cruisetour will receive a savings of $50 per person (does not apply to third and fourth berth guests).More news:  War of words between Transat, Group Mach ramps upAll fall 2018 Canada/New England guests sailing aboard Royal Princess or Regal Princess can book a new stateroom category featuring VIP amenities and exclusive dining with the new Club Class Mini-Suite. This elevated mini-suite category features select perks like Club Class Dining, priority embarkation and disembarkation, and complimentary wine.For more details go to Friday, November 25, 2016 << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

NYC partners with Cape Town to tap the tourism potential

first_imgAfrica’s Cape Town and USA’s New York City has formed a partnership in order to boost tourism between the two destinations.The tourism partnership agreement was signed in New York by NYC & Company President Fred Dixon and Cape Town Tourism’s Chief Executive Enver Duminy.A two-year contract is signed between the two nation by which they will have to collaborate the best practices in tourism marketing and exchange marketing assets that will cultivate a productive tourism relationship in the years ahead.Dixon mentioned that the two cities share a lot in common in terms of culture, cuisine and design.Cape Town will be promoted in the New York City through advertisements on bus stop shelter and LinkNYC kiosks that is expected to reach 17.6 million media impressions.In Capetown, advertisements will be rolled out through digital and out-of-home media of the same value with specifics to be determined.  To boost inbound and outbound tourism within both the countries, special travel packages are to be launched to increase the footfall in both places.South Africa is ranked the largest African origin market for visitors to New York City.last_img read more

Anorthosis vice president remanded Updated

first_imgVice president of Anorthosis football club Kyriacos Yiangou was remanded for three days on Saturday, following days of allegations over irregularities in the health fitness card issued to the club’s latest signing, Nigerian goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.Yiangou had been one of several people questioned by police on Friday and was arrested later in the day. He is being investigated for forgery, fake document circulation and registration under false pretences.He was arrested after the footballer reportedly told police that he was on an airplane to Cyprus when his health fitness card was being issued.The allegations centre on the procedures surrounding the mandatory medical card issued to Uzoho who was acquired by the Famagusta side on Thursday, January 31, the transfer deadline day. He arrived on the island only on Friday, February 1, yet was on the starting line-up for last Saturday’s game against Apollon, which Anorthosis won, 1-0.After the game Apollon said the Nigerian goalkeeper could not have had a valid health card. This is the responsibility of the Cyprus Sports Organisation (KOA) and is issued following a review of the player’s medical records.The club said Uzoho had only arrived in Cyprus on Friday afternoon, shortly before 4pm, and questioned how he could have had his health card issued about an hour after KOA’s offices closed on Friday at 2.30pm.On Thursday Apollon sent a letter to KOA demanding that Uzoho underwent a fresh medical certified by other Cypriot doctors.Failure to do so immediately, or before Saturday at the latest, or if the new test shows the initial one was bogus, then those responsible should pay for their actions and his medical card should be revoked, the Limassol side said.Around lunchtime on Friday, KOA announced a news conference in which its chairman, Andreas Michaelides, was expected to shed light on the matter but an hour later a second announcement by KOA informed the media that it was postponed due to new evidence that has surfaced. A few hours later Yiangou was arrested.Police on Saturday said that they continue investigations and did not rule out more arrests as several people appear to be involved.Meanwhile, Anorthosis said that Uzoho would be benched during Saturday’s match against New Salamina. The club had asked the Cyprus Football Association (CFA) whether or not their goalkeeper would be eligible to play in the game against Nea Salamina.All this seems to have affected the young Nigerian international with reports in the media on Friday suggesting Uzoho has asked to leave and that Anorthosis officials are trying desperately to dissuade him from doing so.  You May LikeYahoo SearchBack Pain Treatments That Might Surprise You. Search For Back Pain TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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