Posts tagged with: fire

Whoa, This 2022 Insignia Fire TV Is Only $80 Right Now on Amazon

TVs have gotten pretty affordable over the years, and plenty of people have more than one in their home. You’ll want a big screen in the living room, but if you’re looking for some smaller TVs for your bedroom, guest...

Amazon Kicks Off Epic Sale With Up to 59% Off Echo, Fire TV, Fire Tablets and More

Amazon Kicks Off Epic Sale With Up to 59% Off Echo, Fire TV, Fire Tablets and More – CNET Want CNET to notify you of price drops and the latest stories? Why You Can Trust CNET Our expert, award-winning staff...

Best TV Deals of 2022: Save Up to $1,500 on LG, Samsung and Amazon Fire TVs

There’s a lot to consider before you buy a new TV. You’ll want to figure out how much space you have and how big your TV should be. If you’re going to be using it for gaming, you might want...

Best 4K TV Deals: Up to $1,000 Off From Samsung, LG, Vizio and Amazon Fire TVs

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET’s guide to everything you need to know and how to find the best deals. In the last few years, TVs have undergone significant advancements, and now you can get a stunning...

Amazon’s Huge Back-to-School Sale Offers Savings on Echo Devices, Fire TV and More

You’re likely familiar with Amazon’s first-party devices already, and we’re all used to the popular items going on sale around events like Prime Day and Black Friday, but the company is giving you another opportunity to some of its smart...

Amazon.com: First Alert EZ Fire Spray, Extinguishing Aerosol Spray, AF400 : Everything Else

Style:EZ Fire Spray Product Description The First Alert EZ Fire Spray Fire Extinguishing Aerosol Spray is easier to use than traditional fire extinguishers and discharges 4 times longer than regular extinguishers, making it ideal for fighting common household fires and...

Verizon recalls 2.5 million mobile hotspots flagged as fire hazard

Ellipsis Jetpack mobile hotspot devices sold by Verizon have been recalled after it was determined the lithium-ion battery could overheat, creating a fire and burn hazard. The recall impacts 2.5 million of the devices, imported by Franklin Wireless and sold...