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Black Friday 2019 deals at Kohl’s: LG TV, DJI Spark mini drone and Google Home Max

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The LG 55-Inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Alexa and Google is on sale at Kohl’s right now.


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This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2019, your source for the season’s best gifts and deals, hand-picked by the experts at CNET.

For Black Friday Kohl’s has prepared an amazing array of deals for the holidays from across the store, including enough electronics, toys and home goods to put the store on even footing with the likes of Target and Walmart.

And that’s not all. While Kohl’s has the usual array of Black Friday deals that’ll kick on the aforementioned Nov. 25 online as well as in-store at 5 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving Day, there are a slew of deals running right now. We’ve rounded up both the right-now-deals and the later-deals for you below.

Don’t forget that if you’re shopping at Kohl’s, come prepared for the best savings. The Kohl’s mobile app tracks discount codes and Kohl’s Cash. And you get $10 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 that you spend online or in the store. Plus the Yes2You reward program gives a $5 for every 100 points you earn — and you get a point for every dollar spent.

Kohl’s deals available right now

You know the drill by now. It’s no longer enough to have a giant sale that starts on Turkey Day. Now it has to start weeks in advance, tracing a path through the month of November all the way to Black Friday. That means there are some great deals at Kohl’s you can get right this very minute, and we’ve highlighted them for you here.

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In just a few years, Skynet will take control of all the drones to subjugate humans, so you should enjoy them while you still can. DJI is the uncontested leader in the drone world, and the DJI Spark is a great lightweight quadcopter that has advanced features like obstacle avoidance and gesture controls.

Read our DJI Spark review.

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Google’s Home Max is aimed at folks who want a smart speaker, but would really like better audio quality at the same time. Think of it like a Sonos Play:5, but from Google. Of course, it builds in Google Assistant, so you can use it to control music, command smart home appliances and hear the news.

Read our Google Home Max review.

LG

LG’s 55-Inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV with AI ThinQ proves that there are going to be some amazing prices on TVs this season. CNET hasn’t reviewed this model, but we looked around and it has gotten great reviews from users. In addition to featuring a 4K display and support for HDR, it also has both Alexa and Google Assistant built-in, so you can command it with the AI assistant of your choice.

Kohl’s deals coming later this month

These are a few of the best deals we’ve spotted in Kohl’s Black Friday ad that won’t be available until Thanksgiving. Of course, we recommend that you check the ad yourself to determine which days these items will be available, if there are any special requirements, and whether they’ll be available in the store, online or both.

Sony

We’re surrounded by great console deals for the holidays, and $200 is a familiar resting point for PS4 bundles. But this 1TB Slim console comes with Fortnite Neo Versa and thanks to the $60 in Kohl’s Cash, this may well be one of the more attractive bundles out there right now.

Read our PS4 Slim review.

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‘Tis the season for stepping up to a smartwatch with health and fitness features, and the Fitbit Versa Lite is in the sweet spot of offering a great array of features at a very affordable price — especially compared to the Apple Watch, the other device that’s doubling down on fitness features.

Read our comparison of the Versa Lite and Inspire HR.

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Virtual reality might be a hot commodity this year, but a lot of packages — like HTC’s Vive and Oculus Rift — are too expensive for casual gaming. Even some of the cheaper second-generation headsets that came out in 2019. But PlayStation VR has it all: a great price, lots of games and the right kind of games that you can jump into, play for a little while and pop out before it gets boring. And this deal makes the PlayStation VR all but irresistible.

Read our PlayStation VR review.


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DoT invites bids from agencies to hold spectrum auction – Latest News

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The Department of Telecommunications has invited bids from agencies to conduct e-auction of 8526 megahertz of spectrum worth Rs 4.98 lakh crore. Interested companies can submit their bids by January 13, for which financial bids will be opened on January 24, according to a request for proposal (RFP) floated by the DoT.

“Department of Telecommunications (DoT)…invites bidders to submit e-bids for selection of agency to conduct the e-auction of spectrum. The tenure of the contract would be 3+1 years for the auctioneer with a normal tenure of 3 years and a provision of extension for 1 year by mutual consent, if required,” the RFP said.

According to official sources, the agency selected will need at least one month to understand and streamline the bidding process and then the auction can be held around June-July 2020.

The government had plans to hold spectrum auction in the current financial year but the Supreme Court’s order on adjusted gross revenue delayed the process.

The upcoming spectrum will also include some airwaves that are considered suitable for 5G services.

According to official data, 275 megahertz of radiowaves frequency between 3,300-3,400 Mhz and 3,425-3,600 Mhz band is available for 5G auction in each of the telecom circle.

In the DoT’s view, the current available spectrum is enough to start the 5G services.

According to ITU, a 5G application in general should be able to transmit data with a speed of 10 gigabit per second and in some cases, 20 gigabit per second.

Industry experts have said the lower data speed case requires around 320 Mhz of spectrum, while higher data speed needs around 670 Mhz.

The DoT has set a target to roll out 5G in 2020. Swedish telecom gear maker Ericsson in its global study published early this week said that 5G connections are likely to be available in India from 2022.



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  • You can change the email that Steam uses for your account, which is useful if you’re changing email accounts.
  • Steam uses emails to send you updates about games on your wishlist, and other announcements. 
  • You can change your Steam email through the Settings or Preferences menu.
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It’s not uncommon to change your primary email account over time. This is especially true if your current email address is about to expire, or if you need to change email providers.

Luckily, Steam allows you to change the email address associated with your account. 

This is ideal for those that don’t have access to the original email associated with their account, or want a different email specifically for Steam. 

Here’s how to change the email on your Steam account. 

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How to change your Steam email 

1. Launch the Steam application.

2. In the top left-hand corner of the screen, click “Steam” and wait for the drop-down menu to appear. Then click on “Settings” if you’re on a PC, or “Preferences…” if you’re on a Mac.

3. Once the Settings or Preferences window appears, stay on the “Account” tab and click on “Change contact email address…”

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4. If you have two-factor authentication, enter the code that Steam sends you. 

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5. Once you’re in, enter the new email address you wish to use, then click “Change Email.” You might also need to enter your Steam password.

6. After you enter your new email address, Steam Support will immediately send a confirmation email to the new address. Click the link inside the email to verify your new email address.

7. After you click on the confirmation link, Steam will confirm that your email address has been changed.

8. After the email address change has been confirmed, click “Finish” to complete the process.

 

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  • How to update your Steam games manually or automatically, or update to a beta version of a game

  • How to delete your Steam account permanently, which will erase all of your games and account information

  • You can refund games you buy on Steam, but there’s a time limit — here’s how to get your money back

  • How to appear offline on Steam in 2 simple steps, so others can’t see that you’re playing online

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