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Grab a Pixel Stand for just $40 (half off) at multiple retailers

Grab a Pixel Stand for just $40 (half off) at multiple retailers

The Pixel Stand is a fun and convenient way of charging your Pixel, but unfortunately it costs a quite a bit — that is, it usually does. When we reviewed the Stand, we were overall pleased with it, but couldn't excuse the price tag. Luckily, today, the Pixel Stand is on sale for just $40 (half off) at B&H, Best Buy, and the Verizon Store.

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The Pixel Stand is on sale for just $39.50 (half off) at the Google Store

The Pixel Stand is on sale for just $39.50 (half off) at the Google Store

Wireless charging is convenient, not to mention just plain neat. You can get a wireless charging pad for relatively cheap, but if you want a high quality, fast charger like the Pixel Stand, you'll have to shell out a pretty penny — that is, you would, until today. The Pixel Stand is on sale for just $39.50 (half off) on the Google Store.

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Save 15% on Google's Titan security keys from now until December 6th

Save 15% on Google's Titan security keys from now until December 6th

As you're surfing Black Friday deals you might be considering how secure all those passwords you're entering are. If you're particularly concerned, Google's Titan security keys can beef up your accounts' security. Whether you're looking to stock up on keys or you've just been curious about trying one, now wouldn't be a bad time to give it a go: Google is offering 15% off their entire Titan range from now until December 6th of this year.

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Google is 21 today: Celebrate with 21% off Google Store purchases in Europe

Google is 21 today: Celebrate with 21% off Google Store purchases in Europe

For younger folks, it's hard to believe that there was ever a world without Google. Finding something on the internet has always been synonymous with Google for me, since I'm a little older than the search engine itself. But boy, Google had much busier teenage years than me as it grew into one of the world's biggest corporations and even started selling its own hardware. Today, Google turns 21, as it points out in the latest doodle, which means it can now legally drink in its home nation.

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