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    SHOPPERS are anxiously awaiting to find out what the best deals are for Black Friday. Stores like Walmart are having deals over a span of multiple days so everyone gets a chance to shop at sale price. 2Walmart will be opening its doors on Black Friday bright and early What are the opening times for Walmart on Black Friday 2021? Walmart will be having three Black Friday events for 2021 both online and in-store. The first will be an online-only event beginning on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, through November 5. Their second Black Friday sale begins online on November 10 at 7pm ET and continues in-store on November 12, with doors opening from 5am local time. Stores are expected to be open throughout the night, though it is advised to check with your local one for the most up-to-date times. 2Walmart will have three events for Black Friday specialsCredit: AFP Most read in MoneyCASHING IN Families eligible for ‘surprise’ $8,000 payment after 'Thanksgiving' cash issuedCASHING IN States issue 'surprise holiday cash' up to $1.1k with parents in line for $1.8kTAKE...
    GAME is launching an online "Easter Egg hunt" where eagle-eyed winners can bag themselves a sold-out PlayStation 5. Starting next week, the Brit retailer will release clues on its website that lead gamers to one of more than 100 PlayStation prizes. 3Gamers have struggled to get their hands on a PS5 after the console sold out around the world within minutes of launching last month As well as four PS5 bundles up for grabs, players can also win accessory bundles and some of the next-gen console's top games. The contest launches on December 7 and is spread across five dates, closing on December 17. "Easter eggs" will be disguised as PlayStation's iconic triangle, circle, cross and square shapes on random web pages across the official Game site. With more than 1,000 pages to scan through, that's a daunting task, but Game says it will release clues on its official Twitter and Instagram pages. 3Game is launching an online 'Easter egg hunt' where winners can bag themselves one of four PS5 bundlesCredit: Alamy Easter eggs will be hidden for two hours...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– More and more people have been adopting pets amid the pandemic. With this demand for pets, there has also been an increase in pet scams this year. The Better Business Bureau reported a spike in pet fraud reports, with more than 4,000 reports received in 2020 from the U.S. and Canada. Officials said fraud offenders tell would-be pet owners they cannot meet the animals before sending money. Money is typically sent through apps like Zella or requested through gift cards only. “With this rising demand has come to a spike in pet scams, in which an online search ends with a would-be pet owner paying hundreds of dollars or more to adopt a pet that ultimately doesn’t exist,” BBB officials stated in a written release.” BBB data revealed 337 consumer complaints of puppy scams in November 2020 as COVID-19 restriction increased. In November 2019, there were only 77 complaints. “The projected dollar loss from these scams is expected to top $3 million, more than six times the total losses reported in 2017,” BBB data reported. Virtually meeting the...
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The books for the IPO of Russian online retailer Ozon are expected to close on Nov. 23, three financial market sources told Reuters on Wednesday. (Reporting by Olga Popova; Writing by Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber; Editing by Andrew Heavens) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters. Tags: Russia, United States, Europe
    Getty De'arra & Ken 4 Life on the red carpet of the #YouTubeBlack FanFest 2018 at Howard University on October 23, 2018 in Washington, DC. Ken Walker is being accused of cheating on his fiancée De’arra Taylor after a video showing a man looking exactly like the YouTube star getting cozy with another woman in a parking lot that was not his future wife. After The Shade Room shared the video on Twitter, users online heatedly debated whether or not it was actually Ken. Ken and De’arra are famous for their shared YouTube channel, De’arra & Ken 4 Life, aka DK4L, which shows the duo pulling pranks and playing fun games such as “Truth or Drink.” They started their channel in 2014 and have since amassed over 6 million subscribers. After 5 years of dating, Ken, 26, proposed to De’arra, 24, while on a Grecian vacation in August 2019, and to the viewers of their YouTube channel, they appeared to be the apex of relationship goals. That is, until this video surfaced on November 12. DK4L's Ken Walker...
    We’ll have a very limited number of Xbox Series X and S console bundles for purchase at https://t.co/CYyCoH1dWE this evening, and in stores for tomorrow’s launch. pic.twitter.com/jGBy7X5R2x — GameStop (@GameStop) November 9, 2020 GameStop said it will have a “very limited” number of consoles available online and at stores when they open at 7 AM ET. If you’re trying to pick one up in-person, you may want to check with the store first to see how many units they will receive — if you’re not in line already the odds probably aren’t good. Xbox Series X GameStop bundles Xbox Series S GameStop bundles Newegg is also going to have online sales starting at 12:01 AM ET, with unspecified numbers of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S available. Buy Xbox Series X at Newegg – $499 Buy Xbox Series S at Newegg – $299 Target may have systems available at local stores, but don’t bother showing up to get in line — the only way to get one is to order it online via...
    The date of launching of the Playstation 5 is getting closer after so many months of waiting. Finally, fans will be able to get their next-gen console starting November 12, but Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has just confirmed a piece of news that not everyone will like. Through a statement, Sid Human SIE confirmed that the console will only be sold online on the day of its launching. That is, the Playstation 5 It cannot be purchased in physical stores on November 12, all with the intention of protecting the health of customers and employees of the establishments. Photo: PlayStation Latam “There will be no units available for sale in physical stores on launch day, so don’t plan on visiting your regular store on launch day hoping to find a PS5 for sale. Protect your health, stay home and place your order online ”, says the SIE statement. Those players who made their reservation in some store determined they will be able to pick up their PlayStation 5 without problem on the day of launch,...
    SONY has warned gamers that they'll only have the option to buy the new PlayStation 5 online when it launches next week. In a blog post on Thursday, the Japanese gaming giant announced that brick-and-mortar stores will not stock the console and urged fans to plan ahead to ensure they get their hands on one. 3The PS5 is out in the US and other regions on November 12, and will launch in the UK a week later Sony said the move was made to keep customers and staff safe during the coronavirus pandemic. "All day-of launch sales will be conducted through the online stores of our retail partners," PlayStation's Sid Shuman wrote. "Please don’t plan on camping out or lining up at your local retailer on launch day in hopes of finding a PS5 console for purchase. "Be safe, stay home, and place your order online." 3Sony's PS5 console boasts an unusual white and black design The PlayStation 5 is the latest and greatest gaming machine from Sony, boasting 8K graphics and lightning-fast loading times. Two version of the console...
    Update: All PS5 console sales on launch day, November 12 or November 19 depending on your region, will be online-only. No units will be available in-store for purchase. More info: https://t.co/SikqDMEW9X pic.twitter.com/zXDCppsWm6 — PlayStation (@PlayStation) November 5, 2020 “Please don’t plan on camping out or lining up at your local retailer on launch day in hopes of finding a PS5 console for purchase,” Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Sid Shuman wrote in a blog post. “Be safe, stay home, and place your order online.” If you managed to confirm a pre-order and plan to collect your PS5 from a store, this change shouldn’t affect your pick-up time. Still, it might be worth checking with the retailer where you placed you pre-order if you want to be extra sure.  Oddly enough, Sony made the announcement at the same time reviews of the new Xbox consoles went live. You can now check out News Brig’s full reviews of Xbox Series X and Series S.
    After a hectic preorder season, Sony today announced that there will be no PlayStation 5 consoles available for walk-in purchases at retail stores on the console’s launch date. The company shared the news via a tweet and blog post and is strongly discouraging eager gamers from lining up outside stores. If you do, it’ll be for nothing. “All day-of launch sales will be conducted through the online stores of our retail partners,” Sony’s Sid Shuman wrote in the blog post. “No units will be available in-store for purchase on launch day (November 12th or November 19th, depending on your region) — please don’t plan on camping out or lining up at your local retailer on launch day in hopes of finding a PS5 console for purchase. Be safe, stay home, and place your order online,” he added. Note that this does not impact orders placed for in-store pickup. If you’ve already preordered a PlayStation 5 with Best Buy, GameStop, Target, or another retailer and have been confirmed for launch day pickup, you’ll still be getting your new console without issue....
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have spoken out about the upcoming U.S. election, in a stark break with British tradition that prohibits royal involvement in politics, as they continue to define their new public roles after stepping down as senior royals. 'Every four years we are told the same thing, that this is the most important election of our lifetime. But this one is,' said Markle, 39, in the video clip broadcast as part of the Time 100, the magazine's annual list of the world's 100 most influential people. Markle continued: 'When we vote, our values are put into action and our voices are heard. Your voice is a reminder that you matter, because you do and you deserve to be heard.'  For his part, Harry said: 'As we approach this November, it's vital that we reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity.'  TIME Privacy Policy Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have spoken out about the upcoming U.S. election, in a stark break with British tradition that prohibits royal involvement in politics For his part, Harry said:...
    Texas officials on Friday announced that schools can continue online-only learning until November as the state sees climbing cases of the novel coronavirus.  AP reports that the changes were announced just hours before Texas set another daily record for COVID-19 deaths, with 174, as well as more than 10,000 new cases of the virus as the state sees a growing outbreak.  Previously, state officials had given districts the option of remote learning for three weeks, but then would have been required to offer in-person classes. Most schools will also require masks and social distancing when they reopen.  Gov Greg Abbott (R) tweeted after the announcement that "the health [and] safety of students, teachers [and] parents is the top priority." The decision comes as President TrumpDonald John TrumpAmash confirms he won't seek reelection Chicago mayor to White House press secretary: 'Hey, Karen. Watch your mouth' Pentagon mulling plan to ban Confederate flag without mentioning it by name: report MORE and Education Secretary Betsy DeVosElizabeth (Betsy) Dee DeVosFear not: 'Deep State' lies undermine federal bureaucracy truths 23 state attorneys general sue DeVos over...
    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - President Donald Trump posted identical messages on Twitter and Facebook this week. But while the two social platforms have very similar policies on voter misinformation and glorifying violence, they dealt with Trump’s posts very differently, proof that Silicon Valley is far from a united front when it comes to political decisions Twitter placed a warning label on two Trump tweets that called mail-in ballots “fraudulent” and predicted problems with the November elections. It demoted and placed a stronger warning on a third tweet about Minneapolis protests that read, in part, that “when the looting starts the shooting starts.” Facebook left the posts alone. TOP STORIES Chattanooga police chief tells officers OK with George Floyd death to turn in badges George Soros, 89, is still on a quest to destroy America Pelosi wont take the bait on riots: I kind of ignore what President Trump says “Facebook doesn’t want to alienate certain communities,” said Dipayan Ghosh, co-director of the digital platforms and democracy project at Harvard’s Kennedy School. “It doesn’t want to tick off...
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