We've spent hours poring over circulars and ads to pick out the top discounts coming later this week.
You don't have to wait until November 23 for good tech deals: They've already begun rolling out. We'll keep updating this article with new ones as they emerge.
The home theater category is rife with junk products and outright rip-offs on Black Friday. But here are the living room deals that TV buffs and cord cutters should actually care about.
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Amazon is selling the Wemo smart light switch for $28 and plug for $19, both all-time-low prices.
Logitech's outstanding G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse is on sale for startlingly cheap now that its slightly upgraded successor is here.
The SimpliSafe Video Doorbell Pro is a wired doorbell with infrared motion detection that produces a great picture.
Can Apple's newest iPhone stand up to the best Android handsets of the year—the Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 3 XL, and OnePlus 6T? We break it down by design, display, performance, camera, battery life and more.
Acronis True Image 2019 has all the features and speed you need. But its system footprint is bigger than most, and it might be a bit much for the average user.
Amazon has become a major consumer electronics manufacturer, so naturally some of its best Black Friday deals are for Echo smart speakers, Fire tablets, and Fire TV sticks.
This year, you can put together a Ryzen-based, FreeSync-ready gaming PC for just $272—including Windows.
Amazon is selling Anki's Vector smart robot for $175 today, 30 percent its list price and the lowest price we've ever seen.
The new MacBook Air is essentially the 12-inch MacBook, made larger.
Plus: Crackdown 3 gets one last release date, Rainbow Six Siege hosts a free weekend, and Telltale starts the liquidation process. This is gaming news for November 12 to 16.
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