Day: November 27, 2020

Black Friday AirPods deals: Standard AirPods hold at $110, AirPods Pro for $170 (but probably out of stock) – CNET

It’s Black Friday and it’s a great time to snag Apple’s AirPods — if you can find them. …read more Source:: CNet

Used car shopping? Check out these 2020 Black Friday used car deals – Roadshow

Black Friday is a little different this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, but there are still sweet deals to be had — even on used cars. …read more Source:: CNet

Black Friday: Best gaming chair deals – CNET

Treat yourself or your favorite gamer with the perfect home office or gaming lair throne. …read more Source:: CNet

Best Black Friday Apple deals: Save on the Apple Watch Series 6 and MacBook Pro – CNET

The savings have started on Apple products for Black Friday 2020. Here are the best ones we’ve found so far. …read more Source:: CNet

Best Cyber Monday 2020 deals: Save now on Kindle Oasis and Paperweight, tomorrow deals on Chromebook, Dyson and even more deals on Monday – CNET

It’s Black Friday right now, but it’s not too early to think about Cyber Monday. Here are some of the best deals we’ve already found for you. …read more Source:: CNet

Nintendo Switch bundle in stock on Black Friday? How to check at Best Buy, Amazon and Walmart – CNET

It’s already as difficult to find as the PS5 and Xbox. Here are your best options. …read more Source:: CNet

What The Crown season 4 gets right (and wrong) about Margaret Thatcher – CNET

The drama introduces Britain’s controversial first woman prime minister, played by Gillian Anderson. …read more Source:: CNet

Best Buy Black Friday deals 2020: Huge discounts on TVs, laptops, headphones, treadmills and more – CNET

The full Best Buy Black Friday sale is on, with huge savings to be made on tech, including Fitbits, Roku TVs and Beats headphones. …read more Source:: CNet

Best Apple Watch Black Friday deals: Series 6 for $330, Series 5 for $299, plus more models on sale – CNET

It’s a good time to be in the market for an Apple Watch. …read more Source:: CNet

WHO Says Would be ‘Highly Speculative’ To Say COVID Did Not Emerge in China

The World Health Organization’s top emergency expert said on Friday it would be “highly speculative” for the WHO to say the coronavirus did not emerge in China, where it was first identified in a food market in December last year. From a report: China is pushing a narrative via state media that the virus existed…