Black Friday 2018 is upon us, and that means some fantastic deals and discounts on all sorts of tech products. From laptops to software, we round up the very best Black Friday 2018 tech deals.
Remember, the trick with Black Friday shopping is to be judicious and buy at the right moment. We have a few tips and tricks for working out if you’re getting the best price possible, so see our guide to checking if it’s a real deal.
The most important advice? Be sure of what it is you’re buying. You’re better off getting a healthy discount on a good brand, rather than snapping up the cheapest product you see from a brand you’ve never heard of.
If you’re unsure about all the tech jargon (and there’s no shame in that) check out our handy Black Friday Survival Guide. Happy shopping!
You can find some great deals on smartphones in time for Black Friday. Often, mobile network providers will slash their monthly contracts, including on some high-end models.
Below, we’ve rounded up a couple of great smartphone contract deals we’ve spotted so far, including a bargain price on the old iPhone 6S model – it’s a couple of years old now, but a perfectly respectable iPhone.
Russia is preparing to test whether it can completely cut itself off from the internet. The country is ready to take this extreme measure in the event of a cyber or real-world attack from a foreign power. But with Russia’s reputation for censorship, is there more to the story?
Samsung Accidentally Reveals New Wearables Line-Up
Whoops. It seems that somebody at Samsung HQ has hit a button early, as the line-up of its latest wearable products has appeared on the front of its dedicated Wear app.
The products include a new fitness watch, fitness bands and wireless headphones.
Amazon Cancels New York HQ, But What About The Reporting?
Amazon might be reconsidering its New York HQ expansion. But, the truly interesting news here may be how the story was broken by the Amazon-owned Washington Post, in a strangely-framed story whose conclusions have since been disputed by the New York Times. Here’s our take.
Apple’s Subscription News Service Might be in Trouble Before it Even Starts
Apple’s reported subscription news service before its even got going. Publishers are, apparently, not keen on the terms of the deal that Apple is proposing — which involves the company taking as much as 50% of all the subscription revenue generated.
Don't panic! There's still time to do your Christmas shopping, especially if you're an Amazon Prime member. To give you a helping hand, we've rounded up the best tech Christmas presents for the techie in your life
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