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Make your home smarter with this Echo Dot plus two Hue bulbs bundle for just $35 ($45 off)

Setting up a smart home infrastructure can be costly, especially when you're starting from scratch. However, thanks to this bundle, you'll be able to do so without breaking the bank. The kit includes all the essentials to get you started: An Amazon Echo Dot smart speaker, as well as two Hue bulbs for just $35, which is $45 less than what you'd typically have to spend.

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Amazon's new portable Echo Input has 10-hour battery life, launches first in India

India is an increasingly important market for Amazon’s retail business as a whole and its smart speaker line in part. The Echo range commanded close to 60 percent of the local market last year and gained support for the Hindi language this September to reach a broad base of non-English speakers. Maintaining that trajectory, and by popular demand, Amazon today introduced the portable Echo Input — its second battery-powered Alexa smart speaker — in the Indian market.

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Practically steal a Ring Video Doorbell and Echo Dot for $80 ($120 off)

With all those packages rolling in from your Cyber Monday shopping, you're going to want to know exactly when some of them arrive — and keep an eye on ones that arrive while you're not at home. Home security options can get expensive, but today's the perfect time to start shopping for one. Amazon is offering the Ring Video Doorbell for just $80 ($70 off), its lowest price ever — and, on top of that, it's bundled with a free Echo Dot (a $50 value).

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UK Cyber Monday 2019 roundup: The best deals on phones, wearables, smart home devices, and more

Black Friday is out of the way, but that doesn't mean the deals have all ended. It's a time-honored tradition for retailers to milk these commercial holidays for all they're worth, and so today is Cyber Monday.

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UK Black Friday 2019 roundup: The best deals on phones, wearables, smart home devices, and more

It's the most wonderful time of year for tech aficionados who've been waiting to buy some new gear. You've probably seen a lot of US-only discounts on the site over the past few days, so it's about time we took a look at some of the best Black Friday deals across the pond in the UK.

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Amazon's Android app gets a shopping assistant to help you check prices on its site even if you're browsing elsewhere

If you do the bulk of your shopping on Amazon, but still check competitor sites for price comparisons, Jeff Bezos would like to know. The company has pushed out a new Amazon Assistant service — available within the Amazon Shopping app, as a standalone app, and as a browser extension — to close the gap between browsing other sites and opening up a fresh tab for Amazon.

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Woot has a bunch of Anker deals today only, but some are better bought off Amazon

Mobile accessory maker (and maker of other things like mini projectors) Anker has a boatload of products on sale right now on Amazon and its flash deal site, Woot. You can save a whole bunch on car chargers, wireless chargers, Bluetooth speakers, AA batteries, and so much more. But where should you go to save the most?

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Amazon's mid-size Echo Show 8 smart display is now available for purchase

If you can't decide between the 10-inch and 5-inch Echo Shows, Amazon unveiled an 8-inch smart display at the end of September, which offers a good compromise thanks to its compact footprint and fair-sized display. The device is now available on the retailer's site, selling for $130.

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Pick up Amazon's latest Kindle at its lowest price ever of $60 ($30 off)

If you're looking for an e-reader this Black Friday, you're probably checking out Amazon. The company is well known for aggressive discounts on its own line of products, and this Black Friday is no exception: Amazon is offering the lowest price yet on the updated base model Kindle, priced at $60 with special offers (down from $90) or $80 without special offers (down from $110).

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The ultimate guide for installing the Google Play Store on Amazon Fire tablets

Amazon's Fire tablets are unique, not just because they're extremely cheap, but also because they don't come with the Google Play Store. Instead, you get access to the Amazon Appstore, which might not have the exact app you're looking for. For example, Chrome and YouTube aren't available.

Thankfully, the Play Store can be installed on Fire tablets in around 10 minutes, and you don't even need a separate PC. This is the ultimate guide to installing the Play Store on Fire tablets, with detailed instructions for every model produced since 2014.

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