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CNET NewsJul 18, 2024
These 120 Prime Day Deals Are Still Available: Score Deep Discounts on Tech, Home Goods and So Much More
Amazon's Prime Day event may have passed but a lot of deals are still active. Grab these discounts on top brands like Apple, Google and more -- vetted by our experts -- before they're gone.

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CNET NewsJul 17, 2024
Best Prime Day Amazon Device Deals: Last Chance to Save Up to 60% on Kindle, Echo, Fire TV, Ring and More
CNET's tech experts have combed through all the best Prime Day Amazon device deals to find the deepest discounts available, but act fast, as the sale is ending in a few hours.

CNET NewsJul 17, 2024
150 Best Prime Day Deals: Final Hours to Score Deep Discounts on Tech, Home Goods and So Much More
Amazon's Prime Day event is almost over. There are just mere hours left to shop top deals from Apple, Yeti, Roku and more -- all vetted by our experts.

New York Times TechJul 17, 2024
How Trump's Running Mate J.D. Vance is Connected to Silicon Valley
Mr. Vance spent less than five years in Silicon Valley's tech industry, but the connections he made with Peter Thiel and others became crucial to his political ascent.

CNET NewsJul 17, 2024
33 Walmart Anti-Prime Day Deals: Shop Massive Discounts on Tech, Outdoor Gear, Appliances and More
Prime Day is still ongoing, and other retailers like Walmart are jumping into the sales frenzy. We've scoured all the bargains at Walmart to find you only the best deals.

EngadgetJul 17, 2024
Shop the best Amazon Prime Day tech deals before the sale ends at midnight — Top picks from Apple, Anker, Dyson and more
The Amazon Prime Day sale ends tonight, but don't think that all opportunities to save have come and gone. In typical Amazon fashion, most of the best Prime Day deals on day one of the sale remain the best offers now on day two — if they didn't sell out already, that is.

Thankfully, many of the best tech deals we curated yesterday are still around today. If you didn't get the chance to shop yesterday, Engadget has you covered. We've collected the best Prime Day deals you can still get right now before the shopping event is over tonight. We expect a few Prime Day deals to still be available tomorrow — there are always a few stragglers — but most of them will expire at today at midnight.

If you're looking for even more Prime Day deals that are still available, check out Engadget's Prime Day hub where you'll find all of the best tech deals you can get for the shopping event this year. In addition to Amazon devices, Prime Day is typically a great time to pick up big-ticket items like tablets, laptops and robot vacuums, and accessories like power banks, streaming devices, Bluetooth speakers and the like.



EngadgetJul 17, 2024
The Morning After: AI models from Apple, NVIDIA and more were reportedly trained on YouTube videos
 Some of the world's largest tech companies trained their AI models on datasets that included transcripts of more than 173,000 YouTube videos without permission. That's according to an investigation from Proof News, which laid out how Apple, NVIDIA and Anthropic, among other companies, used transcripts of YouTube videos from more than 48,000 channels. This goes against YouTube's own platform rules, which Google execs have repeatedly mentioned.

Earlier this month, Apple was criticized for failing to reveal the source of training data for Apple Intelligence, the company's own spin on generative AI.

Not only have these AI models been trained on some of your favorite YouTube stars, like Marques Brownlee and MrBeast, but also Engadget's own Cherlynn Low. (I love you, Cher.)

Intrigued by what else may be part of that dataset? Head over to the Proof News lookup tool.

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CNET NewsJul 17, 2024
Best Prime Day Deals Under $50 to Shop Now: Save on Fitness Gear, Home Tech, Toys and More
You don't have to drop a ton of cash to shop one of the biggest sales of the year -- but time is running out, so you'll want to act fast.

EngadgetJul 17, 2024
Meta gives researchers access to Instagram data for teen mental health study
Serious concerns have been raised about the effect of social media on teenagers' mental well-being. Meta is letting a group of researchers examine some of Instagram's data to determine if social media is psychologically damaging younger users.

The Verge reported that the Center for Open Science (COS) is launching a new joint pilot program with Meta to produce independent studies about how social media affects teenagers' mental health.

The Instagram Data Access Pilot for Well-Being Research program will conduct "independent academic" research using up to six months of Instagram data to determine the "potential positive or negative associations of Instagram use" among teens and young adults. The study will also examine the positive and negative differences of large populations across the world and the causes of "statistical relationships between Instagram and social or emotional health," according to the program's website.

The data researchers can access may include an Instagram user's followers and the accounts they follow, account settings and the amount of time they spend on the photo sharing service. The researchers will not have access to users' demographic information or the contents of their posts and comments. The data will come from accounts based in 24 countries including the US and UK, according to the request for proposal (RFP).

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EngadgetJul 17, 2024
Amazon Prime Day tech deals that are worth shopping on day two — Top picks from Apple, Anker, Dyson and others
In only a few short hours, Amazon Prime Day 2024 will be in the books, but you still have time to shop day-two deals right now. This year's July Prime Day has been, for lack of a better word, typical, but that's a good thing for anyone who missed out on shopping yesterday. The best Prime Day deals we saw on day one are, indeed, the best deals you can get now during day two — and most of them haven't sold out yet.

If you have any electronics on your wishlist, or you're back for day two and want to take advantage of the still-live sales, Engadget has you covered. We've curated the best Prime Day deals on tech that you can still get for the remainder of Amazon Prime Day. Stay tuned to this post for updates as we close out Prime Day 2024 at the end of the day today.

If you're looking for even more Prime Day deals that are still available, check out Engadget's Prime Day hub where you'll find all of the best tech deals you can get for the shopping event this year. In addition to Amazon devices, Prime Day is typically a great time to pick up big-ticket items like tablets, laptops and robot vacuums, and accessories like power banks, streaming devices, Bluetooth speakers


ResearchBuzzJul 10, 2024
Medical Devices Information System, Google, Apple, More: Wednesday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, July 10, 2024
NEW RESOURCES World Health Organization: MeDevIS platform announced to boost access to medical technologies and devices. "World Health Organization (WHO) has introduced an online platform called MeDevIS (Medical Devices Information System), the […]
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