The Apple Watch Series 5 drops to $299 on the Series 6 launch day

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Get ready to spend the fall baking with these stand mixers on sale

Fall lovers rejoice. The weather is finally cooling down, and so our kitchens are about to heat up. 

If you’re anything like us, fall makes you think of warm cookies, pies, and everything in between. Besides stopping at some super-cute farmers markets this season, try making your own creations at home. 

To do so, you’ll want a stand mixer. Trust us, it makes the process less stressful and quicker. But don’t worry, you don’t have to spend $300 on a KitchenAid stand mixer. We’ve rounded up some sales going on so you can start baking for much less. 

Cuisinart Precision Master 3.5 Qt Stand Mixer

With 12 speeds and a 350-watt motor, this Cuisinart mixer is ready to get the job done. It also comes with a chef’s whisk, flat mixing paddle, dough hook, and splash guard with pour spout. Save over $70 and grab it for just $179.95. Read more…

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab E is on sale for $70 off at Best Buy

TL;DR: Treat yourself to a Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6″ 16GB for just $129.99, a $70 savings as of Sept. 16. 

In a world that is iPad-obsessed, we’re here to show some love to the Android fans out there. 

If you’ve been wanting a convenient tablet to have by your side, but just can’t force yourself to get into iOS, this Samsung Galaxy tablet may be just the thing. 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab E features a 9.6″ display that’s compact enough to bring with you wherever you go while still offering clear and bright resolution. Use it to play games, watch movies, or even finish up those work emails. 

Plus, its dual HD cameras make face-to-face chatting easy — and fast. Its quad-core processor is built for rapid multitasking that delivers smooth responses without any loading time.  Read more…

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Apple's new Fitness+ feature might make Peloton sweat

Apple has just announced Fitness+, a kind of Netflix for exercise videos that also monitors your personal metricsPeloton is probably sweating, and not in a good way.

Revealed at today’s Apple event, Fitness+ lets you watch workouts on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV while your Apple Watch records your heart rate and calories burned. These metrics will be displayed up on your screen in real time, though you can turn them off if you want to enjoy your workout without fretting about analytics. Fitness+ will also display Apple’s familiar Activity rings, complete with fireworks animation when you close one. Read more…

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Snag a smart TV for as low as $99 at Best Buy

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Twitter-controlled anal vibrators are the cyberpunk future we need

What if technology was invasive but, you know, in a good way?

Say hello to the Double-Oh, a custom-built battery which theoretically allows for wireless control of any device that uses AA batteries. And, as its inventor Buck — the pseudonymous fursona of a 31-year-old maker based in Berlin — let Twitter know on Friday, that control extends to anal vibrators. 

To demonstrate his invention, Buck connected a Double-Oh-augmented vibrator, which was at that time in use, to a Twitter poll.

“Here we go: my open-source Wi-Fi vibrator is in my butt again,” he wrote. “Vibration intensity is controlled by the poll. Liking the tweet means 10 more seconds of vibration. Retweeting means 30 more seconds of vibration.” Read more…

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Curb your home's energy usage with a Google Nest thermostat on sale

TL;DR: As of September 14, select Nest smart thermostats are $50 off at Home Depot.

If you’d like to decrease your home’s energy usage, a smart thermostat is a great way to start. 

Google’s Nest smart thermostats gather information on your schedule and temperature preferences so you can take a hands-off approach to heating and cooling your home. If you’re rarely on the top floor of your home during the day, for example, it doesn’t make sense to blast the heat up there. That’s the sort of issue the thermostat will help solve — plus, it’ll save you a chunk of money on your energy bill if you play your cards right. (We’re not sure why, but when testing these links internally, certain people saw different prices than others. If you don’t see these prices, try a different device.) Read more…

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