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Tracking down gadgets gets easier, DirecTV Now details comingIn this week's wrap-up, hunting down hard-to-find gadgets online gets simpler. Meanwhile, AT&T will spill more info on its new video-streaming service.
This is CNet. And here the story that matter right now. Black Friday might be in the past. But there are still plenty of deals all over the place. You can always check CNet.com for the best deals. However, if there is an item you are eyeing but cannot seem to find online, check out nowinstock.net. You can receive notifications when an item like the NES Classic Edition becomes available. You can receive a desktop notification, an email, or text when that hot item is back in stock. Over on Netflix, the streaming giant just added new episodes of Gilmore Girls. The miniseries is called Gilmore Girls, a year in the life. There are four episodes in total, but each episode is a whopping 90 minutes. The miniseries went online at Netflix on Friday, November 25th. Coming up on Monday, November 28th, AT&T is holding a DirectTV Now event. Full details have yet to be confirmed, however, AT&T has said the Internet-based video streaming service will cost $35 per month with 100 channels. What is not known is pricing for video on demand services, channel bundles, and exactly which networks will be available. Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNet Tech Today app in the Apple App Store. [BLANK_AUDIO]