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Best Cyber Monday deals still available: Save on Google Home, HP laptop, 4K TV, Bose headphones

This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2020, CNET’s gift picks with expert advice, reviews and recommendations for the latest tech gifts for you and your family.

Cyber Monday 2020 is technically done and dusted, but there are still some deals available while retailers wait for the stock to trickle away. While you can still pick up some bargains, now’s the time to act as when they sell out, they won’t be restocked at the discounted price. If there’s something you want, don’t wait. (That’s especially true given the long ship times we’re seeing right now, especially at Amazon.)

Read on for our favorite deals that are still available, at least for now. And watch for late-breaking additions, like the impossibly cheap Google Home, below.

The best Cyber Monday 2020 deals

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The now-discontinued Google Home was a solid smart speaker

Cyber Monday 2020 deals: $35 Google Home, $80 Echo Show 2-pack, $449 HP laptop, $179 Chromebook and more

This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2020, CNET’s gift picks with expert advice, reviews and recommendations for the latest tech gifts for you and your family.

Cyber Monday 2020 is drawing to close, having served up a mix of Black Friday leftovers and a few tasty new dishes. While we do expect some of these deals to continue for the next day or two, others will absolutely disappear at midnight. If there’s something you want, don’t wait. (That’s especially true given the long ship times we’re seeing right now, especially at Amazon.)

Read on for our favorite deals that are still available, at least for now. And watch for late-breaking additions, like the impossibly cheap Google Home, below.

The best Cyber Monday 2020 deals

Chris Monroe/CNET

The now-discontinued Google Home was a solid smart speaker in its day, and on this

ProBeat: Google even now demands you to label shots for its ML

Google this 7 days finished its totally free endless Google Photographs storage give, effective June 1, 2021 (photos uploaded just before then will not depend in opposition to the 15GB cap). The world wide web collectively dropped its mind. Some termed the go a traditional bait and swap (lure customers into uploading their complete picture library with the assure of free storage, and then commence charging). Other folks experienced antitrust problems (price tag out opposition like Everpix, Loom, Ever, Picturelife, and then begin charging). Then came the equipment finding out and surveillance jokes. Possessing finished training its ML designs and mining our photograph knowledge, Google was simply adjusting its small business product.

Equipment finding out requirements some sort of enter information to practice on. In most circumstances, that info to start with requirements to be labeled by humans. Shots are a key case in point. In truth, Google has

Google is not evil, but it does have some issues to determine out

With Google’s current selection to ax endless storage across quite a few of their products and services, users have not been responding effectively. As a substitute of welcoming new characteristics like Google Photos’ doodle collages that are rolling out now, numerous persons on Twitter have made use of the company’s primary tweet as a location to request for more essential and important features on the service or to share their distaste with their new choices. For example, just one person asks them to offer guide deal with tagging, when another asks to stop staying prompted by the app’s AI/ML suggestions that they repair the lighting on their photos in which they deliberately built a stylistic choice.

1 individual basically states that they’re leaving Google entirely since of their determination to halt offering totally free limitless photo storage. These sentiments are actually very typical and have turn out to be nearly