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If you have an older TV or just don’t like the video-streaming settings that came with your set, maybe it's time to do something about it. And maybe we know exactly what that thing should be: heading over to Amazon and scoring the Fire TV Stick Lite for just $25, or $5 off — that's a nearly 20 percent savings and the lowest price on the internet right now!
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Easy as pie
Normally priced at $30, the Fire TV Stick Lite couldn’t be easier to use. Simply plug it into one of your TV’s HDMI ports and it’ll search for your home’s Wi-Fi network automatically and wait for you to log in.
Once synced, you’ll have access to hundreds of streaming apps and channels, including Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Disney+, Prime Video, Peacock, HBO Max, Starz and Showtime. Between that smorgasbord of viewing options and the Fire TV Stick's interactive settings — like pop-up results for actor and director names via IMDb — you might be tempted to ditch cable for good.
"...I'm very pleased with the Fire TV Stick Lite," raved a delighted five-star reviewer. "Alexa is installed and using voice commands to change the TV is so wonderful! I can also turn the lights off from my remote control when it's time to movie watch. I love it! Let's see the cable companies let me do that! I figure I'll be saving about $230 per month now and all for an investment that was less than paying for 1 month of paying a cable bill."
The Fire TV Stick Lite is exactly the same as the standard Fire TV Stick, with a different remote. It still comes with Alexa voice assistant for voice search, hands-free navigation and instant access to news, weather and sports scores.
"...The Lite is pure delight," raved a delighted five-star Amazon reviewer. "The same pieces as the other sticks: The stick, the extender, the adapter connector to the outlet, and the Alexa-enabled remote. This remote won't control the TV but it does everything I need. I prefer individual remotes anyway..."
At $25 (was $30), the Fire TV Stick Lite is one of the best video-streaming devices out there with a wide range of popular channels, breezy ease of use and super-low price.
Algeria will reimpose restrictions on gatherings from Monday to cope with a rapid spread of the more infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus that has led to an increase in the number of patients, the prime minister's office said. All gatherings, including wedding celebrations will be banned, while cafes and restaurants will be allowed to provide only take away services. The Delta variant caused 71% of total infections for July, according to the state research centre Pasteur Institute.
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Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who endured beatings and jail while leading black voter registration drives in the American South during the 1960s and later helped improve minority education in math, has died. Moses worked to dismantle segregation as the Mississippi field director of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee during the civil rights movement and was central to the 1964 “Freedom Summer” in which hundreds of students went to the South to register voters. Moses started his “second chapter in civil rights work” by founding in 1982 the Algebra Project thanks to a MacArthur Fellowship.
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United States will to continue to carry out airstrikes to support Afghan forces facing attack from the insurgent Taliban, a regional U.S. commander said on Sunday as U.S. and other international forces have drawn down troops in Afghanistan. The Taliban escalated its offensive in recent weeks, taking rural districts and surrounding provincial capitals, after U.S. President Joe Biden said in April U.S. troops would be withdrawn by September, ending a 20-year foreign military presence.
Renowned Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein minced no words in sharing his thoughts about Donald Trump, calling the former president an "American war criminal" who suffers from "delusional madness." During an appearance Sunday on CNN's "Reliable Sources," host Brian Stelter posed the question of "where we are heading as a country" to Bernstein, after what Stelter called "a week full of Trump delusion headlines." Though Bernstein noted that he has no professional qualifications as a psychiatrist,
MILAN (Reuters) -Italy asked European states on Sunday to send firefighting aircraft to help tame fires that have swept across parts of the island of Sardinia, prompting the evacuation of hundreds of people. Italy's Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Facebook the country's civil protection authority had issued the request and said he was grateful for help that was already being sent. "Two (aircraft) are on their way from France, which I officially thank," Di Maio said.