The great gaming chair deals continue this Cyber Monday as you can currently score up to $150 off popular chairs from Secretlab, Razer, and more. This means you can get the likes of Secretlab’s new Evo 2022 series for just under $500, or an OMEGA 2020 chair for about $364.
Best Cyber Monday Secretlab Gaming Chair Deals
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Best Cyber Monday Gaming Chair Deals
Gaming chairs are the perfect Cyber Monday purchase to level up your current setup. While you might be able to settle down on your couch in your living room, a gaming chair can give you a perfect seat that’s easy to move from room to room, so you can have consistent comfort wherever you want to game. Here’s some more great gaming chair deals available.
Best GTRACING Gaming Chair Deals for Cyber Monday
GTRACING’s Cyber Monday deals are live now as well. And, chairs like the GTRACING Ace-M1 are discounted nearly $200, from $359.99 down to $199.99. From the Pro Series to the gaming recliner chair, here are our picks for the best GTRACING Cyber Monday deals.
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Twitter's experimental 'Flock' feature will let you share tweets with your closest friends – Yahoo Movies Canada
Twitter is still working on a feature that will give you a way to blast tweets that can only be seen by the friends you choose. In July last year, the social network revealed that it’s considering letting you designate “trusted friends” so some tweets would only be visible to them. Now, developer and reverse engineer Alessandro Paluzzi has unearthed evidence that the feature is currently in development and that Twitter now calls it “Flock.”
It might be called differently if it gets a wider release, though — the company told The Verge that “Flock” is just a placeholder name. Based on the explanation that Paluzzi found, its current iteration will let you add up to 150 users to your list, and they’ll be the only ones who can see and respond to tweets you send to the group. Any tweet you send to your Flock will be come with a notice telling your audience that they can see it because you’ve added them to the group. You can edit the group anytime, though, and Twitter says it won’t notify anyone you remove.
When the company first revealed that it’s considering adding a trusted friends feature, it also presented another concept that would allow you to take on different personas within the same account. It’s unclear if that version of the feature is no longer in development. Twitter is also testing a feature called Communities that gives you a dedicated space for groups of people with the same interests. Flock, however, was designed with your real friends in mind, similar to Instagram’s Close Friends for Stories. In its statement sent to The Verge, Twitter said it’s “always working on new ways to help people engage in healthy conversations, and [it’s] currently exploring ways to let people share more privately.”
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on Engadget.
[Invitation] Galaxy Unpacked 2022: The New Epic Standard of Smartphone Experiences – Samsung Newsroom Canada
True innovations don’t just evolve with the world – they help shape it. To create the devices that push us ahead, rewrite the future and bring light to the dark, we must continue to break the rules of what is possible with a smartphone.
Join Samsung Electronics on February 9, 2022 for the next Galaxy Unpacked as we set an epic new standard for smartphones with the most noteworthy S series ever created.
Check out the event live on the Samsung YouTube channel starting at 10 a.m. EST for an in-depth look at the devices that will shape the future of mobile.
Stay tuned to Samsung Canada Newsroom for more updates ahead of the event, as well as for all the latest device information and media resources.
Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event is set for February 9 – MobileSyrup
Samsung has finally confirmed the launch date and time for the Galaxy Unpacked event, February 9th at 10am ET/7am PT.
The invitation doesn’t reveal very much about the upcoming phone but has the tagline “The Epic Standard” and features both an S and a 22 in invite the animation.
With that, we expect Samsung to unveil the Galaxy S22 series and the Galaxy Tab S8 series going off previous rumour.
According to previous leaks, the Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, up to 12GB of RAM, 512GB of storage and work with an S Pen. The other S22 models reportedly lack the S Pen support, sport an S21-like design with three cameras and feature the same Snapdragon 8 gen 1 chipset as the S22 Ultra.
We won’t know for sure until Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy S22 series and the Galaxy Tab S8 series.
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