• Revisit the good old days with the NES Classic Mini, now in stock at Amazon

    27 days ago - By Windows Central

    You should hurry up.
    Ah, Nintendo, breaker of hearts and crusher of dreams. How can one company be so good at releasing such limited quantities of the coolest items ever?!
    The Nintendo NES Classic Mini has been hard to nab from the get-go. When it was first released, people waited in line for hours in the hopes of snatching one up - myself included. This little gadget hit the reseller market fast after stock was depleted, selling for up to $1,000. Seriously. It was once thought to be gone forever, and it left thousands of fans upset, knowing that they may never have the chance to revisit...
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  • Microsoft, Best Buy, and RavPower are offering some good back-to-school deals

    Microsoft, Best Buy, and RavPower are offering some good back-to-school deals

    27 days ago - By The Verge

    Amazon Prime Day is behind us, but there are still a few remaining deals that even non-Prime members can take advantage of. If you're wondering when you'll be able to find similarly steep discounts on tech, there's always Back to School season, which has already kicked off with promotions from companies including Apple .
    But heading back to school isn't just about buying a new laptop. From price-slashed photo editing software and laptops to a free season of Dragon Ball Z and exclusive discounts on Anker and RavPower chargers, this week's best deals cover quite the range.
    Season 1 of Dragon...
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  • This year's Prime Day struggles show that not even Amazon can keep up with the monster it created

    This year's Prime Day struggles show that not even Amazon can keep up with the monster it created

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    Amazon Prime Day set another record as the company's largest sales event ever , but it wasn't without incident.
    The retailer's website experienced an outage at the start of the day, which CNBC reports was partially caused by higher-than-expected traffic.
    This reflects the fact that not even Amazon is always able to handle the mob it has created with its hard-to-resist Prime membership.
    Amazon's Prime membership is extremely popular.
    For proof of that, one needs only look at how demand for this year's Prime Day event briefly crashed Amazon's website on Monday afternoon. CNBC reports that...
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