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Apple's groundbreaking 'polishing cloth' is backordered until November

Apple's groundbreaking 'polishing cloth' is backordered until November

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Apple fans know true innovation when they see it. The early adopters who snapped up Apple's awe-inspiring $19 "Polishing Cloth" made that clear Monday, buying out whatever immediate supply of the product Apple had in stock. A visit to the company's store on Monday, when the product was first announced, showed orders of the stunning towelette were going to be delivered to Bay Area area codes between Oct. 26 and Oct. 28. Merely a day later, that delivery window has already been pushed back more than three weeks. The new window is Nov. 18 to Nov. 24. For the tragically unaware, Apple describes its latest creation as a poet would a spring day: "Made with soft, nonabrasive material, the Polishing Cloth cleans any Apple display, including nano-texture glass, safely and effectively."Oh yeah, and ...
The best early Black Friday pet deals to help you treat your furry friend

The best early Black Friday pet deals to help you treat your furry friend

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UPDATE: Oct. 19, 2021, 4:24 p.m. EDT This story has been updated to include the latest deals.Spoil your furry friends this Black Friday with these deals, which are all available as of Oct. 19:OUR TOP PICK: Whistle Pet GPS trackers — 25% off all devices with code BRAND25BEST DOG DNA KIT DEAL: Wisdom Panel Premium DNA kit — Save $34 with code ADOPTDOG34BEST FOR CAT PARENTS: Basepaws Breed + Health DNA Test — Save $40 and get a free dental test with code CATMONTHHoliday shopping is all about buying gifts for your loved ones, and if your loved ones happen to be cats or dogs, you're in luck. Ahead of Black Friday, we're already seeing tons of sweet pet deals, so you'll be able to spoil your furry friend for a bargain this year.How to shop for pet deals this Black FridayPet tech and DNA kits are
The 'Only Murders in the Building' finale, explained

The 'Only Murders in the Building' finale, explained

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After ten thrilling episodes, the central mystery of Only Murders in the Building is solved and Tim Kono's murderer will finally face justice. Congratulations to those who saw past the red herrings, twists, and the entire other murder the OMITB crew accidentally solved to point the finger at Jan, Charles' bassoon-playing beau. Jan's plan to get away with poisoning and then shooting Tim Kono for dumping her was nearly perfect, but it wasn't flawless enough to make it past Charles, Mabel, and Oliver, who came together to apprehend Jan before she could kill everyone in the Arconia with a coordinated gas leak. It's a great ending, but there was no way Only Murders in the Building was going to leave it at that. The season opened with a flash-forward to a future where Charles and Oliver discover...
Get to know Microsoft Office on a deeper level for less than $6 per course

Get to know Microsoft Office on a deeper level for less than $6 per course

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TL;DR: Work smarter not harder with the Complete 2022 Microsoft Office Master Class Bundle, on sale for less than $6 per course as of Oct. 19. That's a 94% savings. Microsoft Office is here for the long haul. And chances are, at some point, you’re going to need to understand its many facets. Whether you’re giving a presentation at work via PowerPoint, drafting an invoice in Excel, or collaborating with your coworkers using Teams, it’s not a bad idea to familiarize yourself with all that Office has to offer — no matter where you are in your career.This Complete 2022 Microsoft Office Master Class can educate you on all of the most essential tools under the Office umbrella — including Excel, Word, Teams, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and beyond. And it'll only cost you a little over $5 per cou
In worst Apple event ever, the tech giant becomes a parody of itself

In worst Apple event ever, the tech giant becomes a parody of itself

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The first Apple keynote I ever attended began with a parody of Steve Jobs. Literally: Noah Wyle, the ER actor who'd just played Jobs in the TV movie Pirates of Silicon Valley, strode out on the Macworld 1999 stage promising "really, totally, wildly, insanely great new products" before being interrupted by the real deal. It was a neat way to defuse and co-opt Wyle's (correct) portrayal of Jobs as an egomaniac who had gotten himself kicked out of his own company. More importantly for us Apple faithful, it was a sign that this was not, and would never be, a boring button-down tech conglomerate with snoozefest keynotes. All Apple events since have had some element of entertainment in their DNA. We laughed when Jobs unveiled the iPod socks, and loved discovering later you could actually buy the...
A guide to the best tablets out there — find one for work, Netflix, or Facebook

A guide to the best tablets out there — find one for work, Netflix, or Facebook

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Even if you have a very capable smartphone and a nice laptop, tablets are still a worthwhile hunk of tech to add to your arsenal. The touchscreen that can be carried anywhere makes for a portable studio for creatives, a crucial sidekick for commuters and frequent travelers, and a mini TV for people who aren't missing the newest episode of Loki just because they're on vacation. Basically, pretty much anyone can enjoy a tablet. Certainly, no one would be upset to be gifted one, which is why we expect them to be a hot ticket item again this holiday season. Though retailers are anticipating this, don't plan on scoring a tablet last-minute — in typical unprecedented pandemic fashion, supply chain shortages mean you'll want to do your shopping much, much earlier this year. Luckily, that's anothe
The 13 year-old pug who dictates what kind of day you're going to have

The 13 year-old pug who dictates what kind of day you're going to have

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Some people wake up and check the weather, others check their horoscope, but the latest thing to do is to check if Noodle has bones or not. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, Noodle is Jonathan Graziano's 13-year-old pug. Every morning he posts a video on his TikTok account @jongraz where he plays the game "no bones" with Noodle. The game is simple, and involves chicking if Noodle has bones or not that morning. If Noodle can hold himself up, it's a bones day. If he can't, it's a no bones day.SEE ALSO: Best electric toothbrushesToday? A bones day. @jongraz hope you all have the best Monday! 🔮🦴 ##nobones ##bonesday ##pug ##noodletok ##monday ♬ original sound - Jonathan Bones days and no bones days have taken on a meaning of their own based on Graziano's corresponding com
Olivia Colman dazzles in chilling trailer for Netflix's 'The Lost Daughter'

Olivia Colman dazzles in chilling trailer for Netflix's 'The Lost Daughter'

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Olivia Colman fans are in for a hell of a mystery with Netflix's The Lost Daughter, based on author Elena Ferrante's book of the same nameHelmed by first-time writer-director Maggie Gyllenhaal, who also produces, this seaside drama follows Leda (Colman), a woman on vacation whose mysterious past bubbles to the surface when she meets Nina (Dakota Johnson) and her young daughter on the beach. What begins as a friendly interaction between travelers soon blooms into an unsettling obsession — a theme the trailer's nail-biting soundtrack and dream-like cinematography underscores. Peter Sarsgaard, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Paul Mescal, Dagmara Domińczyk, Jessie Buckley, and more support in what's sure to be an edge-of-your-seat thriller. Heck, it already has great reviews.The Lost Daughter is in som