Amazon Prime Day is on and the joke plot to storm Area 51 keeps growing
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Amazon's annual Prime Day kicks off Monday and the deals are already piling up for the online shopping giant.
Amazon has struck the price of many of its own devices including the Echo Dot, Echo Show, Fired tablets and Ring doorbells ahead of the Prime Day discounts.
Monday we'll see the offline seven going for just $99.
Jabber are cutting 30% of popular head phone lines and the pixel three and three XL a set to receive a $260 reduction.
You go to getting quick prom date only lasts until midnight July 16.
Tech giants Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple will again front Congress this week, facing hearings on anti-trust issues and putting Facebook new digital crypto currency Libra under the microscope.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill will hold two separate hearings Tuesday, as the issue of how to best regulate the tech industry continues to bubble away.
And finally, we're talking aliens again, a Facebook event called Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop Us All has amassed almost 1 million attendees.
The tongue-in-cheek event calls for would-be raiders to meet up at the Alien Tourist Center of Area 51.
Situated in the Nevada desert so they can see them aliens.
Area 51 is operated by the US Air Force and an Air Force spokeswoman discouraged anyone from entering the site, telling the Washington Post on Friday The Air Force stands ready to protect America and its assets.
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