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Score Great Cyber Monday Deals on VIZIO TVs From Amazon and Target

Score Great Cyber Monday Deals on VIZIO TVs From Amazon and Target

Target’s Cyber Monday TV deals are live, and the highlights are a variety of VIZIO Smart TVs at low prices, and with generous gift cards thrown in for good measure. In many cases though, Amazon has either matched the deal, or beaten it by about $20 with cash discounts for Prime members (get a free trial here). Just note that if you’re taking advantage of the Prime savings, you’ll see the discount at checkout.

While we’re on the topic of VIZIO, some of our favorite Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals were on VIZIO sound bars, and they’re both still available.


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Huge Crash Crumples Mark Webber’s Porsche 919 Into A Little Fiery Ball

A massive crash took Mark Webber in the number 20 Porsche out of the race in the last hour of the World Endurance Championship’s 6 Hours of São Paulo. The Porsche 919 collided with Matteo Cressoni in the number 90 Ferrari 458 of 8 Star Motorsports, then hit the wall.

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Music labels sue Cox for not doing enough to stop piracy

Large American internet service providers these days tend to operate under a “six strikes” approach to piracy — they’ll warn you if they catch copyright violations, but it’s unlikely that you’ll get the boot. However, that isn’t good enough for BMG …

Remove Your Data from Tons of “People Search Engines” with This List

Remove Your Data from Tons of "People Search Engines" with This List

Search engines like Pipl allow you to find information on just about anyone. If you’d like to get your information removed, Computerworld has a giant list of opt-out links for the most popular sites.

Each service has different rules for opting out, and they don’t make it easy to find the instructions. Removing your information may take some work, but you’ll be safer in the long run. If you do opt-out, run a search a month or so later and see if they honored your request.

Check out the link and avoiding people checking out your personal information.

Doxxing defense: Remove your personal info from data brokers | Computerworld

Lockheed Wants To Take The Man Out Of The USAF’s U-2 Dragon Ladies

Lockheed Wants To Take The Man Out Of The USAF's U-2 Dragon Ladies

The Global Hawk vs Dragon Lady debate never ends in Washington. Each aircraft has its own positive and negative qualities and keeping both would be ideal. The problem is that sequestration makes ideal no longer an fiscal option. As a result, Lockheed is now coming to the table with an offer that may be a decade or two over due- to produce a optionally manned Dragon Lady.

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Watch A Le Mans Prototype Explode Into Confetti Like A Giant Piñata

Watch A Le Mans Prototype Explode Into Confetti Like A Giant Piñata

Olivier Pla of G-Drive Racing isn’t having a great day in his World Endurance Championship prototype racer. He missed a braking point at the 6 Hours of São Paulo and whacked into one of Interlagos’ barriers at speed. The resulting smash looks more like an exploding piñata than a race car.

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The Best Cyber Monday Deals

The Best Cyber Monday Deals

Cyber Monday incoming. Bookmark this page and get ready. We’ll be adding deals as we get them and hyperlinking as they go live. Follow us on Twitter to make sure you never miss a deal and follow our deal coverage year round on Kinja Deals.

Find a deal we missed? Drop it in the comments (with links!).


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Angry Ram Assaults Car In Driveway: ‘You Shall Not Pass’

Australia’s Angriest Ram is back, and this time some fool thinks they can drive up the ram’s road without his curly-horned permission. No gonna happen, friend. Ba-Ba-Back it up!

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Firefly Space Systems charges full-speed toward low Earth orbit

CEDAR PARK, TEXAS—Former SpaceX engineer Tom Markusic has brought Firefly Space Systems to the outskirts of Austin to make rockets and chew bubblegum, and he’s all out of gum. Standing in the vast field on the outskirts of the Texas state capital watching Markusic flitting between clusters of workers welding together test stand equipment, it’s easy to get caught up in the man’s vision of democratizing access to space—a vision of filling that vault of empty sky above our heads with countless twinkling lights.

That’s the genesis of the company name: Firefly Space Systems. It isn’t named after the TV show, as many people commonly assume. Rather, Markusic says the name came to him one evening while sitting on his back porch, watching fireflies dance in the air over his lawn. One day, he believes, that’s what the sky above Earth will look like—filled with spacecraft ferrying people to Mars, in a journey as commonplace as going to the store might be today.

But to get to Mars—really, to get anywhere at all—we’ve first got to make it easy for people and equipment to claw their way up out of Earth’s gravity. After all, as the Heinlein quote on Firefly’s website explains, “When you’re in low Earth orbit, you’re halfway to everywhere.” Making that first hundred miles easy and affordable is what Markusic wants to do.

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The delightful (and dangerous) world of DIY kits

We can’t always work alongside a pro to see what makes things tick, and that’s where do-it-yourself projects come in handy. They’re the entertaining alternative to learning a new skill. In this week’s Rewind, we’ve tracked down a series of kits that …