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On Black Friday 2020, you can save up to 51% off some of Garmin's sporty smartwatches and fitness trackers. Garmin is a top pick in our guides to the best GPS watches for running and the best fitness trackers, so you can't go wrong with one of these deals. The Black Friday 2020 deals just keep on coming, and Garmin's unique range of fitness-focused smartwatches and trackers make fantastic gifts. There's also a tempting deal on Garmin's fitness tracker for kids, which could be the perfect way to ensure your little ones stay fit. Best Garmin Black Friday dealsThe Garmin Vivoactive 3 is a complete smartwatch with comprehensive fitness tracking features, GPS, contactless payment support, and more.
Persons: There's, Garmin Vivofit, Galileo Organizations: Garmin, Garmin Vivofit
The gadgets and tech that got us through 2020
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Cnn Business Staff | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Here's what impressed our editors, reporters and producers the most -- and in many ways, helped us survive the rollercoaster that has been 2020. -- Samantha Kelly, Senior Tech Writer 2020 made me rethink everything in my home, from the air quality to hand sanitizers, shampoos and even baby wipes. -- Samantha Kelly, Senior Tech Writer1PasswordIt's stunning to me how so many people try to remember dozens and dozens of passwords. -- Frank Pallotta, Media ReporterDiscordI've used the free Discord app popular among gamers and in esports since its testing release in 2015, but this year I did more. -- Matt Quinn, Senior Tech Editor
Persons: Bose, eero, Mike Tarson, Mario Aguilar, you've, I've, Sara O'Brien, andapparently, They'll, Dave Goldman, AirDoctor, Samantha Kelly, 1Password, Oliver Darcy, it's, Frank Pallotta, Shannon Liao, Rishi Iyengar, Honda, Matt Quinn Organizations: CNN, CNN Business, eero, Garmin, GPS, Google, Senior, Senior Media, UE, UE Boom, Tech, San Francisco Bay Area, Honda Locations: esports, San Francisco Bay
Help your friends and family prepare to travel in style with pieces from Away’s Holiday Collection. Away also included its organizational packing and shoe cubes in the Holiday Collection, and The Jewelry Box and The L-Fold Wallet. After being sold out for months, the June Smart Oven is back in stock with an enhanced third generation model. In addition to the smart oven, June sells a handful of accessories, such as a nonstick pan and a food thermometer. Whether you’re celebrating online or in-person, the jewelry featured in Studs’ new Holiday Collection can dress up virtually any outfit.
Persons: you’ve, Barack Obama, you’re, Outerknown, we’ve, Dre, Otterbox, Hedley, Yoon Ahn, Siri, earphones, Bose, Rose, Sage Matte, Serena Williams, sweats, Pant, Olive Grove —, Madewell, Bennett — Organizations: CDC, Walmart, Instacart, Madewell, Apple, Apple Watch, Powerbeats, Triple Black, Melbourne Black, Garmin, Hedley, NBC Locations: Target, Mobile, Bonobos, Olive, Melbourne, Gua Sha
Mr. MacIntyre’s running group surprised him at the finish of his 100th half marathon with a banner listing all 13.1-mile races he’s completed over the years. He ran his first marathon at age 70 and, after completing more than a half-dozen 26.2-mile races in the span of two years, turned his attention to the half marathon. When the coronavirus forced races to go virtual, he convinced six original Seasoned Soles members to join him for virtual 5Ks and 10Ks. He recently completed his 102nd half marathon virtually in 2:50:14, his fastest time since he ran his 86th half in April 2019. After the run, he meets the Seasoned Soles for socially distanced workouts.
Persons: John MacIntyre, Jock, , MacIntyre, Pat Hochstat, hadn’t, Hochstat, MacIntyre’s, Mike Westwood, Jeff Gallowayrun, , McIntyre, Hope Santos, Ms, Santos, Josh Huskin, that’s, ” Mr, you’re, Miriam Morey, Morey, it’s Organizations: Club, 102nd, Wall, Blue, Mr, Wall Street, Garmin Connect, Garmin, Center, Duke University, , Locations: San, Texas,
The founder of a health care booking app has said he wanted to help people stay fitter after realizing that most people die from non-communicable diseases. Chevy Beh, founder of Malaysian company BookDoc, told CNBC's "Squawk Box Asia" Monday that he wanted to create a fitness app in light of figures from the World Health Organization (WHO). Beh's BookDoc Activ system lets people sync their fitness devices and apps such as Fitbit or Apple Health, and then track their average daily steps over a month. The coronavirus has boosted China's health care tech start-ups, with investments recovering to pre-pandemic levels, according to CB Insights. Then subsequently we added more (services) such as an e-commerce marketplace … so we have multiple revenue streams," Beh said.
Persons: Beh, CNBC's, BookDoc Activ, BookDoc, Xin Lijun Organizations: Malaysian, World Health Organization, WHO, Apple Health, Garmin, Tencent, JD Health, JD.com, CNBC's, CB Insights, JD Locations: China
Boeing shares were up slightly in premarket trading as of 7:40 a.m. General Electric (GE) – GE reported a third-quarter profit of 6 cents per share, compared to forecasts for a loss of 4 cents per share. GE shares rose 4% in premarket trading as of 7:40 a.m. Blackstone (BX) – The private-equity firm reported distributable earnings per share of 63 cents per share, beating the 57 cents a share consensus estimate. The provider of online content delivery technology reported quarterly profit of $1.31 per share, 8 cents a share above estimates.
Persons: , Tupperware, Bunge, FireEye Organizations: Boeing, – Boeing, Wall Street, Revenue, General Electric, GE, – GE, Blackstone, United Parcel Service, – UPS, UPS, Garmin, Bunge, Six, Microsoft, Deutsche Bank, DB, – Deutsche Bank, Juniper Networks, Sony, – Sony, Entertainment, Tropicana, Gaming, Leisure Properties, River Worldwide Holdings, Akamai Technologies, General Electric (GE), GE, UPS, Microsoft (MSFT), Microsoft, FireEye, Deutsche Bank (DB), Juniper Networks (JNPR), Sony (SNE), Sony, Demon Slayer, Caesars Entertainment (CZR), Akamai Technologies (AKAM) Locations: Tropicana Evansville
The new Invesco Nasdaq Next Gen 100 ETF (QQQJ), a "junior" version of the issuer's incredibly popular Invesco QQQ Trust ETF (QQQ), launched on Oct. 13 to a good deal of fanfare from investors looking to get in on the next growth trade. "I expect them to get some traction with this ETF," he told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. "The QQQ ... will always get assets and certainly is a place for dollars in the FAANG [stocks], but they're coming under some fire, right? "Going forward, especially as we're seeing rumblings of antitrust discussions, are we going to be as confident in those FAANG stocks going forward? Or here's an opportunity to maybe invest in the future FAANG stocks while you can diversify away and maybe catch lightning in a bottle one more time in the form of this next ETF."
Persons: Andrew McOrmond, CNBC's, QQQJ's, McOrmond, Tom Lydon, Zynga —, Lydon, QQQJ, Tom Lydon Organizations: Nasdaq, Marvell Technologies, WallachBeth Capital, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Garmin, Lyft, Zynga, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Apple, Garmin
It's launching a new product, the Nasdaq Next Gen 100 ETF (QQQJ). It might more appropriately be called the Nasdaq 100 Junior Varsity list. The Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ) started tracking the Nasdaq 100 Index in 1999. The Invesco Nasdaq Next Gen 100 ETF will consist of 100 mid-cap companies that are using technology in interesting or innovative ways. Also launching is the Invesco Nasdaq 100 ETF (QQQM), a lower-cost version of the QQQ for longer-term buy and hold investors, Invesco Nasdaq 100 Index Fund (IVNQX), a mutual fund tied to the QQQ for investors (like some retirement plan advisors) who can't invest in ETFs but can invest in mutual funds, and the Invesco Nasdaq 100 Growth Leaders Portfolio (QQQG), a unit investment trust.
Persons: Invesco, it's, John Hoffman, Invesco's, Van Eck, John Hoffman Organizations: NASDAQ, Times, Nasdaq, Seagate, Garmin, Zynga, Pepsi, Costco, Starbucks, Gold Miners, Garmin, Lyft, Zynga, Starbucks, Van Eck Locations: New York City, U.S, Invesco
How smartphones are slowly killing GPS devices
  + stars: | 2020-10-03 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
How smartphones are slowly killing GPS devicesGarmin was the biggest name in GPS devices in the early 2000s. The introduction of the iPhone, Android and Google Maps, however, disrupted the GPS industry, forcing Garmin to move into other businesses and find smaller niches to leverage. In recent years, it has innovated through products such as smartwatches for athletes and outdoor recreation, and GPS devices for boats, RVs, motorcycles and airplanes. In an age of increasingly advanced smartphones, however, can Garmin's success last?
Organizations: Garmin, Google
It's very similar to the Apple Watch Series 5 launched last year. You can't really think of a new Apple Watch model the same way you do a new iPhone. Apple Watch Series 6 Source: AppleFinally, the Apple Watch software is still the best of any smartwatch on the market. Finally, one of my editors has an Apple Watch Series 6 and noticed that the screen didn't always register to his taps. If that's too expensive, you can even go with an Apple Watch Series 3, which starts at $199, for the basics.
Persons: Todd Haselton, CNBC I've, Canalys, I'm, who've, Apple, you've, You'll Organizations: Apple, CNBC, Apple Watch, FDA, CNBC Apple, Garmin, Apple
Apple Watch Series 6 in blue Todd Haselton | CNBCThere's now an Apple Watch for all price ranges. Apple will continue to sell the Apple Watch Series 3 for $199. The Apple Watch SEThe Apple Watch SE is seen on a laptop computer during a virtual product launch in Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. Apple Watch Series 3Apple Watch Series 3 Nina Raja | CNBCThe Series 3 is similar to the Apple Watch Series 3 that launched in 2017 for $329. It's still a great watch but has a slightly smaller screen than the Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 6.
Persons: Todd Haselton, Canalys, It's, I've, Daniel Acker, isn't, you've, Siri, that's, Nina Raja, you'll, You'll Organizations: Apple, CNBC There's, Apple Watch, Huawei, Garmin, Fitbit, Samsung, CNBC Apple, CNBC, Bloomberg, Getty, Apple, Huawei, Garmin, Illinois, Sept Locations: Tiskilwa , Illinois, U.S, Tiskilwa
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