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Amazon Slashed Prices on Hundreds of Vacuums Ahead of Prime Day—and Prices Start at $29

Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. Every year, Amazon keeps shoppers on their toes until announcing when Prime Day, the retailer's two-day sale spectacle, will occur. Shoppers' guessing can finally come to a close because this year's sale is slated for July 12 and 13. But the biggest misconception about Prime Day is that it's the only time to shop. Ahead of the event, Amazon already has quietly released thousands of sales on name brand products—and there are vacuums that are almost 80 percent off right now.
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Lost Ark Ditches Pay-to-Win Skins After Backlash

Lost Ark creators Smilegate RPG and Amazon Games announced plans not long ago to add a new consumable which would bring with it skins that came with stat bonuses. Dubbed "Yoz's Jar," this announcement had a lot of things going against it given that the skins awarded by using the consumable were random with reroll elements also at play. That's enough to result in backlash on its own, but once you affix stat bonuses to the skins, it's easy to see why players weren't fans. Unsurprisingly, Amazon announced this week that Yoz's Jar and its associated skins are no longer happening.
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How to earn rewards with the Seated app while dining out or ordering in

I’m what some may call a “foodie.” I love trying new restaurants and cuisines as well as revisiting favorites. That’s why the app Seated is my new best friend. Seated allows you to dine out and get paid for it. This app rewards diners with cash they can redeem in the form of gift cards. All you have to do is let the app know you’ll be dining at a location before you take a seat.

Skip the Saw: This Shoebox-Sized Under-$20 Tool Is the Secret to DIYing Wall Moulding the Easy Way

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. I’ve watched a lot of DIY videos in my time, as I’m sure you have, too. They can be exciting and inspirational — but the scenes with saws will always give me pause. I applaud anyone who can use them with enough ease to impress the cohort of pros that frequent Home Depot on weekday mornings, but I personally feel like I’d be the person who would make one false move to turn my cute makeover video into a cautionary tale. But, that said, I don’t want my hesitation to preclude me from one of this year’s biggest DIY trends — picture frame moulding. That’s why this TikTok from Laura Burkhalter of @makingseamisthome seems even more appealing than a typical before and after project. Why? She doesn’t use a single saw in creating her DIY picture frame moulding.

The Boys Boss on the 'Herogasm' Scene That Set Off Alarm Bells: Amazon 'Has a Policy Against [Spoiler]'

Click here to read the full article. Warning: The following contains spoilers for The Boys Season 3, Episode 6. Proceed at your own risk! In addition to being “one of the more graphic hours of mainstream television,” as The Boys showrunner Eric Kripke called it, the Prime Video drama’s “Herogasm” episode also earned another distinct honor: It gave Amazon execs pause for the first time because of a certain moment involving two unlikely fornicators at the supes orgy. (Unrelated, but: Did you also catch the episode’s stealth cameo?) “We had a lot of discussion this season about the scene with Deep and the...

'Don't Make Me Go': Trailer, Release Date, Cast, and Everything We Know So Far

Many a family has embarked on a cross-country road trip. These kinds of family road trips are often a mixed bag of feelings and experiences. Some of us fortunate enough to have experienced them remember hot sweltering drives through the middle of nowhere, bickering with siblings about whose arm was on whose armrest, and bathroom stops at questionable roadside establishments. But also, we remember the sing-a-longs, the family bonding, the car games, and the beauty of the American countryside as it rolled past through the glass of the window. Amazon’s tear-jerking dramedy Don’t Make Me Go from director Hannah Marks and writer Vera Herbert captures the essence of the road-trip experience. This road trip is just a little different.

Is John Mayer Becoming Country Music’s Biggest Muse?

On a recent episode of our Whiskey Riff Raff podcast this month, Parker McCollum shared some of his neatest and most notable experiences on his rise to country stardom. In addition to opening up for both the Chief and King George, McCollum added: “There’s only like three men in the world who make my heart race when I’m standing there talking to them…” Shockingly, he didn’t note the two previously mentioned men, but went on to add: “John Mayer is […] The post Is John Mayer Becoming Country Music’s Biggest Muse? first appeared on Whiskey Riff.

Use this Hack Before Doing ANY Amazon Prime Shopping!

I know, you think you’re a savvy consumer and well-versed in pricing items on Amazon. We all think we’re smart shopping ninjas! Especially on Amazon Prime Day. Not all deals, whether they be travel deals we find on sites like Google Flights or deals on Amazon Prime Day, are as great as they seem.

Chevy Engine Autopsy Reveals $20 Engine Killer

A classic chevy rebuild returns to the garage all because of a common $20 automotive part that led to the destruction of an otherwise fine engine that serves as a good reminder when doing engine work or having engine work done. Back to the Garage…on a Tow Truck. One...

3 incredibly common mistakes you should never make on Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is just under three weeks away now and we're well underway with our preparations here at TechRadar. Between updating our main Amazon Prime Day page and highlighting all the best early deals we thought we'd just stop for a second to share a few words of advice...
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13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 processor review: Incremental upgrade and unexciting

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. — Apple's new13-inch MacBook Pro is the first to arrive with the Apple Silicon M2 processor, but in every other aspect, it clings to an old design ethos in every regard.