The Wirecutter’s best deals: A Sony 55-inch XBR 4K TV drops to $1,290

Sony XBR X930D 55-Inch 4K TVStreet price: $1,500; MSRP: $2,200; Deal price: $1,290While we’ve seen the Sony XBR X930D around this price before, this is still the best price we’ve seen. It’s a nice $200 drop below the normal street price of $1500, and beats the previous low by an extra $10 bucks. The last sale on this TV lasted several weeks, so it’s unlikely that this deal will disappear over night.The Sony...

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The Wirecutter’s best deals: A Sony 55-inch XBR 4K TV drops to $1,290

Sony XBR X930D 55-Inch 4K TVStreet price: $1,500; MSRP: $2,200; Deal price: $1,290While we’ve seen the Sony XBR X930D around this price before, this is still the best price we’ve seen. It’s a nice $200 drop below the normal street price of $1500, and beats the previous low by an extra $10 bucks. The last sale on this TV lasted several weeks, so it’s unlikely that this deal will disappear over night.The Sony...

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Apple Updates iMac Family with Stunning New Retina Displays

The idea behind iMac has never wavered: to craft the ultimate desktop experience. The best display, paired with high-performance processors, graphics, and storage — all within an incredibly thin, seamless enclosure. And that commitment continues with the all-new 21.5‑inch iMac with Retina 4K display. Like the revolutionary 27‑inch 5K model, it delivers such spectacular image quality that everything else around you seems to disappear....

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Tech’s biggest players tackle climate change despite rollbacks

Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft are some of the 154 companies that agreed to embrace clean energy during the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. The American Business Act on Climate Pledge set ambitious, concrete goals like reducing emissions by 50 percent and water usage by 80 percent, achieving zero waste-to-landfill and purchasing 100 percent renewable energy.”We believe that strong clean energy and...

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Tech’s biggest players tackle climate change despite rollbacks

Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft are some of the 154 companies that agreed to embrace clean energy during the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. The American Business Act on Climate Pledge set ambitious, concrete goals like reducing emissions by 50 percent and water usage by 80 percent, achieving zero waste-to-landfill and purchasing 100 percent renewable energy.”We believe that strong clean energy and...

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