Last night at 11:47 PM EST, Adobe released its Cyber Monday 2017 data for this year: digital transactions hit $6.59 billion in 24 hours. This represents a 16.8 percent year-over-year increase. It is not so surprising since Cyber Monday’s smartphone, laptop and other deals were expected to generate more than $6 billion in 2017.
After a successful Black Friday where Americans spent $5 billion – with 42 percent of sales coming from mobile devices, according to Salesforce – Cyber Monday might generate more than $6 billion in internet sales, according to Adobe Analytics. Let’s see the best deals you can find today on Amazon!
With Thanksgiving coming next week – time flies, right? – you should definitely get ready for Black Friday. This year, it’s all going to be about cell phones they say. Obviously, the 2017 big stars are Apple’s iPhone 8, Samsung’s Galaxy S8, and Google’s Pixel 2.
This week has been rich in exciting news: Samsung dissed Apple, Uber teamed with NASA on the Flying Car Project, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 exploded, Facebook is going after revenge porn, and Apple fixed its autocorrect issue.
Now that Apple released the iPhone X and the iPhone 8, the company is done with its 2017 launches and can focus on its 2018 devices. Here’s what to expect from the new iPad.
iPhone X is what everybody has in mind and talks about right now. But this is about to change. Samsung already announced its radical Galaxy X and is planning on shading Apple with the release of the Galaxy S9. Nothing is official yet, but new information recently leaked, and we are going to tell you what you can expect from the Korean brand’s next flagship smartphone.
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