Home is where the heart is where you’ll find some killer deals. You’ve reached our Cyber Monday deals hub for all things home, including all the smart home gear your house can handle, plus furniture, kitchen accessories, tools, and more. Stay tuned, we’ll be updating this post as deals go live, and throughout the day. Looking for the rest of our Cyber Monday coverage? You can visit our Cyber Monday hub, or jump straight to one of the posts below: More Cyber Monday Deals Cyber Monday Hub | Tech | Home & Kitchen | Clothing & Lifestyle | Media & Gaming | Kinja Deals Exclusives | Top 15 Deals The Best Deals If you still don’t have an Instant Pot in your kitchen (or want a second; it’s not that crazy!), your two best Cyber Monday options are the Instant Pot Ultra for $85 (down from the usual $120-$150), or the Instant Pot Smart with Wi-Fi for $90 (one of its first discounts from $150). In terms of cooking, they’re both going to be … [Read more...] about The Best Cyber Monday Home Deals [Updating]
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Best Deals of the Day The best deals from around the web, updated daily. Black Friday is in the rearview mirror, and Cyber Monday looms. As usual, the middle Saturday is a good mix of new deals, plus a surprising number of Black Friday deals that are still available. We expect a lot of Cyber Monday deals to go live tomorrow, but until then, there’s plenty to tide you over. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter and Facebook to never miss a deal. BEST TECH DEALS The release of the new Apple Watch Series 4 coincided with a price drop for the still-excellent Series 3. But this is deals week, which means prices have dropped even lower. This deal is valid for the 42mm GPS model ($229), plus both sizes in GPS + Cellular configurations. All of the prices are $80 below Apple’s new MSRPs, but we don’t expect it to last for long. While it can’t handle the highest end games of the Oculus Rift, the portable Oculus Go doesn’t require a $1500+ gaming … [Read more...] about Saturday’s Best Deals: Not (Just) Black Friday Leftovers
Memory Everything feels fleeting these days, so this week we're stepping back to explore all things memory in technology, science, and entertainment. Let’s say your long-term relationship totally implodes. Browsing for a new apartment, or a therapist that takes your insurance, you hear your dog bark in the other room—and realize, with a start, that it’s not actually your dog. Once you’re all moved out, the dog will be out of your life, too. Stewing in self-pity you think—and subsequently become convinced—that this dog, who you’ve fed and bathed who knows how many times, and coined several adorable nicknames for, will forget you ever existed by the start of next spring. Probably, for your own health, you should just avoid those kinds of thoughts. Still, the question remains: Are you correct? Can a dog forget one of the people in its life, if that person suddenly leaves it for a long (or long-ish) period of time? To find out, for this … [Read more...] about Do Dogs Forget Their People?
1. Eddie the dog, Frasier When Frasier raced to the front of the sitcom pack in 1993, its breakout character was the one member of the Crane family who never needed a witty retort to score a laugh. Moose, the Jack Russell terrier who played family dog Eddie, landed on the cover of Entertainment Weekly and earned glowing accolades from his human co-stars. (“He’s probably the most disciplined cast member,” John Mahoney said, and Jane Leeves raved, “He’s amazing, the things he can do.”) But one voice is conspicuously absent from that EW feature: the actor most frequently upstaged by the deadpan dog. “I do draw the line when somebody says, ‘Oh, he’s such a good little actor,’” Kelsey Grammer told Washington Post TV critic Tom Shales prior to Frasier’s second season. The quotes about Moose in the Post profile could be read as a peevish sitcom star blowing off steam, but in Shales’ telling, it sounds like … [Read more...] about “She was always biting us”: 6 TV pets hated by their castmates
We’re so close to being free from the sweltering heat of summer. Fall is nearly upon us, with its orange leaves, cool breeze, and the saintly scent of petrichor in the air. We’re not scientists, but we’re pretty sure it’s scientific fact that these are the perfect conditions to read a ton of new comics in. Good thing there’s some on the way! In cased you missed them, we’ve already published our 2018 Fall Previews for movies and books. Here now is a massive amount of comics coming our way in the next few months, minus December, as the solicits for that month haven’t been published yet. September Marvel Wolverine #1—Wolverine’s been through an awful lot in the comics lately, mostly down to the fact that he’s actually spent the last few years being dead. Super dead, really, encased in adamantium. But this is comics, so of course, he’s back, and has been for a while, snooping around the edges of the Marvel universe and … [Read more...] about All the Incredible New Comic Series to Cozy Up With This Fall