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📦 Happy Friday everyone! Today is Black Friday, which also means it’s an incredibly slow news day. Still, we’ve got a quick roundup of deals and a bit of the latest news to keep you up to date.

It’s Black Friday

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Black Friday sales started earlier this week (and will continue into next week), but today is the day with the steepest discounts you’ll find. We have a hub full of deals that will be updated throughout the day, but here’s a selection of tech products worth picking up. Note that these deals are US-focused, but we have separate lists for Black Friday deals in the UK and in Canada.

Audio and streaming deals are also, well, streaming in. Both for devices and subscriptions.

  • Bose headphones, earbuds, and speakers are on sale on both its official website and Amazon.
  • Want more bass? Beats headphones are up to $200 off today.
  • Sonos speakers rarely go on sale, but they’re currently up to $180 off at Crutchfield, so don’t miss out!
  • If Sonos speakers are a bit pricey for you, there are plenty of other soundbars and speakers on sale, too.
  • Need something to watch? Hulu, HBO Max, Peacock Premium, and more have steep discounts, some of which lock in low prices for up to a year.

Friday Fun

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In something completely unrelated to tech deals or news, today is National Flossing Day. If you’re like me and floss once a year right before heading to the dentist’s office, let today help you build the habit.

  • The celebration only dates back to 2000, but flossing has a much longer history.
  • Dental floss was first patented by Johnson and Johnson way back in 1898. At the time, toothbrushes were still quite pricey.
  • Early floss was made of silk, with nylon replacing it after WWII.
  • The holiday was started to boost awareness of dental hygiene, which is very important for your overall health.
  • Humans have been brushing their teeth for thousands of years, with the oldest known model dating back to 3500 BCE.
  • It was found in a pharaoh’s tomb. It’s important to pack one for every trip, even to the afterlife!

Stay minty fresh,

By Janet J

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