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Today’s best Labor day smartphone deals could save you up to $850 on a new flagship

The Labor Day sales may be known as a bastion of furniture and appliance deals for most, but there’s also plenty of excellent tech deals to be found, and, especially as we’ve found this year, including deals on top smartphones.

We’ve spotted a few prime Labor Day smartphone deals that we think might just be worthy of your attention – although fair warning, these offers may be expiring tonight, so get your wallets at the ready if you’re ready to commit and don’t want to let these deals slip through your fingers.

Probably our favorite Labor Day smartphone deal is over at the OnePlus store, which is offering its stunning flagship OnePlus 8 for just $699 (was $799) right now. You’ll have to use the code OPLD100OFF at checkout to redeem your saving, but once you do you’ll also be able to score an additional $100 off some accessories too.

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IGT Sole Gaming Industry Supplier with Three Wins in Casino Journal’s 2020 “Top 20 Most Innovative Gaming Technology Products Awards”

LONDON, Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — International Game Technology PLC (NYSE: IGT) announced today that its Hexbreaker 3 slots game, PeakBarTop cabinet and PlaySports Bank and PlaySports Pod were all winners of Casino Journal’s 2020 “Top 20 Most Innovative Gaming Technology Products Awards.” IGT was the only gaming supplier to win three positions on the esteemed 20-product list of gaming innovations.

In its 23rd year, Casino Journal’s annual award program recognizes the most innovative technology offerings in the gaming industry and is judged by a panel of accomplished professionals representing varied dimensions of the casino gaming sector.

“IGT’s success in Casino Journal’s 2020 ‘Top 20 Most Innovative Gaming Technology Products Awards’ is a reflection of our pioneering spirit and commitment to developing and delivering growth-driving solutions for our customers worldwide,” said Renato Ascoli, IGT CEO, Global Gaming. “IGT’s Hexbreaker 3 game, PeakBarTop cabinet and PlaySports Bank and

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Kano PC review: A Surface meant for the classroom

Design and construction

Let’s start with the former. Kano originally caught the public’s attention by wrapping a Raspberry Pi board — which was cheap and capable, but overwhelming for the average parent — in a transparent case with a child-friendly assortment of colorful cables and dongles. The company even put an instructional booklet in the box so that everyone would know how to snap the pieces together. It wasn’t a full PC build, though, and I’ve always wondered if the company would attempt a more complicated construction kit. If the Raspberry Pi was LEGO, I wanted its eventual Windows machine to be like LEGO Technic. 

Unfortunately, it hasn’t quite panned out that way. The Kano PC’s core components, including the processor and RAM, have already been installed, so you simply need to connect the red battery and blue speaker before snapping on the transparent rear panel. These plastic-covered parts, at

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