BLACK FRIDAY 2014

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FIFA 15 Is Available Now
FIFA 15 Is Available Now

EASports has just released FIFA 15 for major consoles, including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, and PC. It will be available on Wii on October 1. It comes in two flavors: the regular FIFA 15 and the FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Edition. The latter allows you to build concept teams by buying, selling, and trading players.

Emotional Intelligence is new for 2015. Players show emotion based on what's happening in the match. EA says there is over 600 reactions that you'll come across during missed goals, epic shots, and bad tackles.

They've also made improvements to the Dynamic Match Presentation, meaning you'll find more unique commentary, fan chants, and team bench reactions. All of which should make it more of a submersive experience for the specific match you're playing.

Goalkeepers have gotten more authentic for 2014 with tips, deflections, last second saves, and 50 new animations.

Your teammates and opponents will react and adjust tactics depending on what's happening in the game, just like real life.

Player faces, jerseys, and shoes are more realistic than ever. Jerseys move with motion and get dirty as the game goes on. In the same vein, the field gets marked up as the game goes along.

These are just a handful of the improvements to FIFA this year. For more features and videos, go to http://www.easports.com/fifa/features

FIFA 15 is available for purchase right now on Amazon.

Apple Is Launching the iPhone 6 Today
Apple Is Launching the iPhone 6 Today

This time of year has been quite popular for tech enthusiasts and anyone needing a phone upgrade. Today is sort of a holiday for Apple fans and investors. You've probably been hearing the rumors of the iPhone 6, maybe you already pre-ordered one. Today the iPhone 6 launches and is available in stores.

Despite past claims from Apple that a 4" screen was more than enough, they've taken a page out of Samsung's playbook this time and are offering two big-screen variations: iPhone 6 (4.7") and the iPhone 6 Plus (5.5"). Even the smaller 4.7" iPhone 6 is much bigger than what iPhone users are normally used to. I have the Samsung Galaxy S3 which has a 4.8" screen, which seemed huge when I upgraded to it from an iPhone 4 a few years back. Trying to use my wife's 4S is ridiculous. It's amazing how you get used to the device you're using, and changing the screen size by fractions of an inch seem drastic.

It's actually funny how many blogs online are trying to help iPhone users decide which model iPhone 6 they want. I've seen a lot of diagrams showing you how far your thumb will reach on each screen :) This isn't anything new to Android smartphones, only Apple. But Apple often makes a big deal about things that have existed in the marketplace for a while.

I think this was a smart move by Apple. I think a lot of former iPhone users were lured over to Android by the bigger screens, and I wouldn't be surprised if you see a lot of people switch back to Apple.

The iPhone 6 has a display resolution of 1334 x 750. The pixel count of 326ppi is the same as the 5S. The contrast ratio is 1400:1, which is almost double than the 5S. The iPhone 6 Plus resolution is 1920 x 1080.

The iPhone 6 and Plus come with the Apple A8 64-bit processor. The camera has new video features like 1080p 60fps, slow motion at 240fps, and time-lapse mode.

Pricing will start at $199 for the 16GB iPhone 6. $299 for the 64GB, $399 for the 128GB. Pricing for the iPhone 6 Plus will start at $299 for the 16GB version, $399 for 64GB, and $499 for 128GB.

Personally I've grown to love the Android operating system, and feel like you have a lot more control over the device. But I must admit I'm intrigued by the iPhone 6. I certainly would never go back to a smaller screen, so now that the size is comparable, it's something to think about.

New, Online-Only Black Friday Specials Announced by Walmart
New, Online-Only Black Friday Specials Announced by Walmart

Out of the blue we get an email from Walmart with a spreadsheet of 421 online-only Black Friday specials. These are deals you haven't seen in their BF ad or anywhere else.

View the Online-Only Black Friday Specials page at Walmart.com now

Some of the amazing deals we've seen are:

Get The Hunger Games [2-Disc Blu-ray + Digital Copy] for $8.99
Get The Hunger Games [2-Disc Blu-ray + Digital Copy] for $8.99

Best Buy and Amazon.com are both selling The Hunger Games on Blu-ray + Digital Copy for just $8.99. For a recently-released blu-ray and box office hit, that's an extraordinary deal. Normal price is around $20.

It's for sale right now at BestBuy.com. It will come to about $9.45 after tax. Shipping is free if you don't mind receiving it somewhere between Dec. 3-10. It might arrive sooner, but that's the estimate on their website. If you want it to have it next week it will cost you $4.50. That's not worth it unless of course you have some higher ticket items in your cart as well.

You might be better off waiting to pick it up in-store. Or if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can get it during Amazon's 11/23 10:20 AM to 2:20 PM CST lightning deal. If you don't have Amazon prime, standard 3-5 day shipping costs around $2-3. However, if you purchase exceeds $25, you may be eligible for free shipping.