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Dilbert - November 21, 2018 - 12:59am
Categories: Geek

Walmart Black Friday 2018 deals: Xbox One bundles available now, $59 Instant Pot, $99 Google Home Hub coming soon - CNET - News - 30 min 22 sec ago
The megaretailer is going nuts with Black Friday gaming deals -- and some sale prices are already available.

Steam Link hardware faces permadeath - CNET - News - 31 min 41 sec ago
The company announced that the hardware was almost gone and pointed people to its software substitute.

PlayStation VR on Black Friday: The bundle and games to get - CNET - News - 34 min 52 sec ago
Should you get a PSVR? At the right price, it might be worth it.

Amazon bids on Disney's sports networks to feed its appetite for video - CNET - News - 35 min 27 sec ago
It would get Amazon in the channel-ownership business.

Google Call Screen will let you save call transcripts by the end of the year - CNET - News - 35 min 55 sec ago
You'll be able to save and re-read the phone conversations you have on your Pixel.

New Lego Movie 2 trailer shows new characters in a wasteland - CNET - News - 38 min 47 sec ago
A shape-shifter, a raptor and a rescue mission are coming in the 2019 sequel.

Microsoft now lets you log into Outlook, Skype, Xbox Live with no password - CNET - News - 41 min 11 sec ago
It's not yet time to laugh off data breaches, but authentication technology is advancing beyond the password-era problems.

Sony Digital Paper is $100 off for Black Friday - CNET - News - 43 min 17 sec ago
This is the lowest price on Sony's cool-but-pricey Digital Paper notepads.

Apple Black Friday 2018 deals: Here's what we know - CNET - News - 45 min 11 sec ago
Apple's sale kicks off on Nov. 23. What can you expect -- and what deals are available right now?

Black Friday 2018 Best Buy deals available now: Philips Hue, Moto G6, Roku TVs and more - CNET - News - 46 min 3 sec ago
Black Friday starts early and often -- and online -- at the home of the Geek Squad.

Galaxy S10 'Beyond X' model may have 6 cameras and 5G - CNET - News - 50 min 8 sec ago
And it's bigger than the Note 9, if the report is accurate.

Costco Black Friday 2018 deals: Powerful Lenovo Flex 5 discounted, $250 iPad and more - CNET - News - 50 min 58 sec ago
Grab a Lenovo Flex 5 -- with an Intel Core i7 and Nvidia GeForce MX130 -- for under $900.

Black Friday 2018 iPhone deals: Free iPhone XR, $750 off iPhone XS, free $400 iPhone X gift card - CNET - News - 51 min 23 sec ago
The best iPhone discounts from Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, Best Buy, Target and Walmart.

Now it’s Office’s turn to have a load of patches pulled

Ars Technica - 52 min 3 sec ago

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After endless difficulties with the Windows 10 October 2018 update—finally re-released this month with the data-loss bug fixed—it seems that now it's the Office team's turn to release some updates that need to be un-released.

On November's Patch Tuesday two weeks ago, Microsoft released a bunch of updates for Office to update its Japanese calendars. In December 2017, Emperor Akihito announced that he would abdicate and that his son Naruhito would take his role as emperor. Each emperor has a corresponding era name, and calendars must be updated to reflect that new name. The Office patches offer updates to handle this event.

Two of these updates, KB2863821 and KB4461522, both for Office 2010, are apparently very broken, causing application crashes. The company has suspended delivery of the patches, but the problem is so severe that Microsoft is recommending that anyone who has installed the updates already should uninstall them pronto (see instructions for KB2863821 here and for KB4461522 here).

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The Lego Movie 2's real-life Lego sets unveiled - CNET - News - 52 min 16 sec ago
You'll be able to recreate the 2019 sequel's post-apocalyptic world -- but everything should still be awesome.

Amazon trying to buy 22 cable TV sports channels, including Yankees network

Ars Technica - 57 min 8 sec ago

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Amazon is trying to buy 22 regional sports TV networks (RSNs) from the Walt Disney Company, according to a CNBC report today.

In June, Disney received Department of Justice approval to buy 21st Century Fox properties on the condition that it divest Fox-owned regional sports networks (RSNs). Together, these networks have programming rights for 44 Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, and National Hockey League teams.

"In addition to Amazon, Apollo Global Management, KKR & Co, The Blackstone Group, Sinclair Broadcast Group and TEGNA also made first round bids for the full slate of networks," CNBC wrote, citing anonymous sources.

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Black Friday 2018 Pixel 3 deals: Free Pixel 3, $400 Pixel 3, $530 Pixel 3 XL - CNET - News - 1 hour 1 min ago
The latest from Verizon, Google and Best Buy.

Black Friday 2018 kitchen and appliance deals: $40 off Instant Pot, $100 off Vitamix products and more - CNET - News - 1 hour 2 min ago
Upgrade your cooking game or make laundry day more fun with our favorite deals on kitchen gadgets and large appliances.

Black Friday 2018 Galaxy deals: Free Galaxy S9, $600 Note 9, $300 gift card, $5 monthly plan - CNET - News - 1 hour 2 min ago
Some of these deals from Amazon, Target and your carrier are already on.

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