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Watch More, Spend Less With Used Amazon Fire TV Omni Series Options Starting at $190 – CNET

These 4K TVs come equipped with Alexa and can save you hundreds off their brand-new counterparts.

1-Day Deal at Best Buy Knocks $100 Off Microsoft’s Latest Surface Pro 9 – CNET

This powerful and lightweight two-in-one laptop is great for working on the go, and today only it’s on sale for $900.

Mortgage Refinance Rates for Jan. 5, 2023: Rates Retreat – CNET

Multiple benchmark refinance rates fell this week. The Fed’s interest rate hikes have affected the refinance market.

Current Mortgage Rates for Jan. 5, 2023: Major Rate Recedes – CNET

Mortgage rates are moving in opposite directions this week, but one benchmark rate shrank. If you’re shopping for a home loan, see how your payments might be affected by inflation.

Ring’s Newest Gadget at CES 2023 Is a Dashcam for Your Car – CNET

Ring is thinking beyond your front door at CES this year, with a new Car Cam that offers an extra set of eyes for the road.

Apple Fitness Plus Kicks Off 2023 With a New Workout, Sleep Meditation and More – CNET

As people are finalizing their fitness goals for the year, Apple adds kickboxing workouts, another type of meditation and Beyoncé music to its exercise service.

Amazon’s Latest Matter Moves Should Make Smart Homes a Little Less Confusing – CNET

The team behind Alexa is doubling down on Matter, the universal wireless smart home standard, with support promised for additional Echo and Eero devices.

Snag a Grade A Refurbished 2022 iPhone SE for As Low As $300 – CNET

This 3rd-gen SE is a solid budget-friendly option in nearly-new condition.

Roku Cracks 70 Million Active Accounts – CNET

The streaming platform claims the most hours streamed in the US, Canada and Mexico, too.

Most semiconductor execs say supply chain shortages should ease by 2024 |Accenture

Three in four (76%) semiconductor executives expect supply chain shortages should ease by 2024, according to a new report from Accenture.Read More

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