Cyber Monday Cookware Deals: 22 Kitchen Tools & Gadgets Worth the Investment

Let’s face it: searching for Cyber Monday cookware deals on the internet might actually be a good use of your time right now. After all, with restaurants shutting down again due to rising coronavirus cases, it looks like we’re all going to be using our kitchens a lot more during the next few months.

Not just for a source of sustenance, though—but also a potentially a source of fun. How many of us found small joys in crafting a unique cocktail, or baking some sourdough, last go around? (Did this writer once spend five hours crafting three different types of tiny English tea sandwiches to eat during a Tiger King binge-watch? Yes, yes she did.) There’s a reason that “comfort food,” “procrastibaking,” and “anxiety bakes” are newly oft-used phrases in our cultural vernacular. Food energizes our body, but can also set our minds at ease.

So as we stare down

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Cyber Monday cheat sheet to 2020’s hottest gadgets

2020 has had enough bad news, so this list covers only gadgets that impressed. It’s not necessarily the stuff you see most advertised — like the fib about faster 5G phones — that made the best impression.

All of the major smart speakers got an audible upgrade this year, with one exception. There’s once again a new iPhone sized to slip into skinny jeans. And I’ve actually gotten catcalls zipping around (stop laughing) on my pandemic commuting solution, the sleek VanMoof S3 e-bike.

A word of warning about one notable release I didn’t get a chance to test: Apple’s new MacBook Air. It uses a new kind of chip that promises better battery life but requires a rewrite or translation software for older apps.

Serious sound

Smart speakers that talk just turned five, and you can actually hear them maturing. This year, all three of the biggest brands finally offer

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Omni-Connected Tech Gadgets Are Booming

Whether you want to track your run times, monitor your sleep or try to avoid a sunburn, the market for wearable technology is growing and evolving as companies large and small try to cash in on one of the holiday season’s hottest segments.

By some estimates, the wearables market is currently worth about $70 billion annually, a huge total sales figure. However, that actually implies a temporary stall in year-on-year growth due to COVID-related manufacturing disruptions during the second quarter that momentarily limited supplies of some products.

Longer term, however, the wearables industry’s rising trajectory remains solidly intact. Forecasts call for double-digit percentage growth for years to come, driven by an array of new products from a range of new mass-market companies looking to take on early entrants such as Apple and Fitbit.

To see what is arguably the “prime” battleground in the

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Kmart launches a massive Cyber Monday sale on popular gadgets



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Kmart Australia has launched a one-off Cyber Monday sale with prices slashed on home gadgets – including a WiFi projector, a $29 smartphone and a dash camera.

The retailer is selling popular tech products at affordable prices that are ‘too good to miss’, which is available exclusively online only for shoppers in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia.

For one day only, customers can snap up bargains such as a $99 two-in-one WiFi projector with DVD player or a $39 full-HD dash camera.



graphical user interface: Kmart Australia has launched a one-off Cyber Monday sale with prices slashed on home gadgets - including a $99 WiFi projector, a $29 smartphone, a $39 dash camera, a $99 soundbar and wired subwoofer, a $15 selfie light stand and a $499 gaming monitor


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Kmart Australia has launched a one-off Cyber Monday sale with prices slashed on home gadgets – including a $99 WiFi projector, a $29 smartphone, a $39 dash camera, a $99 soundbar and wired subwoofer, a $15 selfie light stand and a $499 gaming monitor

Take your small screen to the big screen at

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Kmart Australia launches Cyber Monday sale on popular gadgets

Kmart Australia has launched a one-off Cyber Monday sale with prices slashed on home gadgets – including a WiFi projector, a $29 smartphone and a dash camera.

The retailer is selling popular tech products at affordable prices that are ‘too good to miss’, which is available exclusively online only for shoppers in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia.

For one day only, customers can snap up bargains such as a $99 two-in-one WiFi projector with DVD player or a $39 full-HD dash camera.

Kmart Australia has launched a one-off Cyber Monday sale with prices slashed on home gadgets – including a $99 WiFi projector, a $29 smartphone, a $39 dash camera, a $99 soundbar and wired subwoofer, a $15 selfie light stand and a $499 gaming monitor

Take your small screen to the big screen at home or create the ultimate outdoor cinema with the $99 two-in-one WiFi

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Samsung U600 – Smart Sophistication

When every other handset manufacturer has released ultra cool handsets, Samsung can not afford to stay behind. For that, Samsung finds a perfect answer in the form of its highly acclaimed ultra sleek family, which is endowed with very good looking handsets. The very first member of this ultra family is the Samsung D900, which clearly catches the attention of users worldwide with its sleek profile and extravagant features. And now, Samsung has released its another remarkable gadget – the Samsung U600 , which is endowed with various advanced multimedia and productivity applications. However, the competition has reached the pinnacle stage in the mobile world and Samsung has taken every necessary step to retain its dedicated following.

Designing does play a critical role in the overall success of a handset. And, you just can not ask for a better designing, when it comes to Samsung U600 . Besides all the … Read More

These discounted Tile Stickers stop you from losing your gadgets

It’s a terrible feeling when you realize you’ve lost something, but you can ease that stress with some handy little trackers. Tile Stickers are small enough to attach to remotes, phones, or other gadgets. You can grab a 4-pack of Tile Stickers for $20 off as part of a Cyber Monday deal.

This 4-pack of Tile Stickers includes models from 2020, so they’re using the latest tech to keep track of your items. As their name suggests, they have an adhesive back that makes them easy to attach to things like remote controls or other gadgets. You can then keep track of items with an app on iOS or Android.

If you’re within 150 feet of an item, like when you forget where your phone is or lose the remote, you can ring a tracker with the Tile app. If you’re outside of Bluetooth range, you can use the Tile

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Best tech gifts 2020: Gadgets to gift family and friends this Christmas

The Here’s our ultimate pick of the best gadgets to buy this Christmas (Metro.co.uk)

‘Tis the season to be techy. And as we emerge from another national lockdown, thoughts will inevitably shift to Christmas.

If you’ve been too busy to think about what the fam might want in their stocking this year, then fear not. We’ve compiled a list of the top 20 gadgets that would make ideal gifts this yuletide.

Christmas 2020 won’t be like any other year, but it has to be said the tech is better than ever.

Whether your loved ones are into gaming, need a new smartphone or just want to mix things up in the kitchen – there’s something here that’ll fit the bill.

Best tech gifts 2020

We’ve hand-picked the top tech you can buy this Christmas right here. All I want for Christmas, is USB…

DJI Mini 2

The DJI Mini 2
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Black Friday 2020: 7 best handy gadgets on sale at Amazon

Who can deny the allure of a new gadget to play with, especially one purchased at a steeply discounted price? 

Amazon has always understood the shiny appeal of these object and prices them to move once the holiday sales hit. Below you’ll find a smattering of selections from a fun robot vacuum that cleans your floor to a dog-pleasing treat tosser that keeps your pups entertained while you’re out for the day. 

Keep scrolling to see which fun and handy electronic gadget you should pick up today that can streamline your life on the cheap. 

You can trust our independent reviews. We may earn a commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing, expert advice and our own research. This revenue helps to fund journalism across The Independent.

Proscenic M7 Pro LDS Robot Vacuum Cleaner

We’re currently testing

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Best things to buy on Black Friday: Gift cards? Gadgets? The best and worst products for deals

A fresh wave of COVID-19 lockdowns have shuttered stores and restaurants, but that doesn’t mean that Black Friday deals are shut down. They’re out there, and whether you’re buying online or willing and able to brave the crowds, there are deals to search for as well as ones to avoid. 

Before you firm up your list and whip out your credit card, it’s important to make every dollar work as hard as it can — especially if the coronavirus has put a squeeze on your wallet. Figuring out if you should get that gift card now or in a few weeks can go a long way to maximizing your holiday budget.

The good news: So many sales are starting early that you can snap up some great deals right now — without even having to brave lines and crowds. 

The bad: It can be tricky to figure out what sales

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