When you’re reading a polygon article, you’re more likely to see a post that contains a headline like “The best deals for November.”
And when you see a story about a new product or service, you’ll likely see that headline.
But when you’re writing about the internet industry—where the vast majority of stories are about new tech or new products—you’re likely to get an entirely different type of post.
That’s because the internet is still evolving, and the best deals are only going to continue to evolve.
This week, we’re exploring five of the biggest deals that the internet of things (IoT) is still working on.
Here’s what we’re up to. 1.
Amazon Prime Day is here and you can’t miss it.
On Tuesday, Nov. 22, Amazon Prime members will be able to take advantage of free shipping on over a thousand items—including Amazon Echo and Alexa devices, cameras, and much more.
The Amazon Prime offer will run from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and members can sign up for a free two-day trial of Amazon Prime at checkout.
If you’re new to the service, here’s what you need to know.
It’s cheaper to buy something on Amazon Prime than it is to buy it on any other platform.
The company says that when it comes to Prime Day, you only pay $19.99 per month on Amazon for the first month.
That means you can buy items from Amazon on almost every platform you can imagine.
For example, Amazon is launching a Kindle Fire TV, an Echo Dot, a Fire TV Stick, and an Echo Show.
This includes Amazon’s own Echo Dot and Fire TV stick, but there are a few other options too.
For instance, you can get a $39.99 Amazon Echo Show with Chromecast support for $35.
Amazon is offering an Echo Stick, an $79.99 Echo Dot with Chromasecast support, and a $79 Echo Dot Plus for $199.99.
You can also get a Chromecast-enabled Echo Dot for just $49.99 (the $149.99 price tag is still on sale).
You don’t need an Echo device or an Echo TV for Amazon Prime.
Amazon said that Prime members can choose between two devices, one for Amazon Echo or Amazon Echo Dot or one for Alexa and one for Chromecast.
Alexa is currently available for free, while Chromecast is a $99.99 monthly subscription.
The Echo device also comes with a free month of Amazon Echo Prime, which can be used to pay for any of Amazon’s Alexa-enabled products.
Amazon says that Echo Dot is compatible with Echo Dot devices that are running Android 4.4 KitKat.
The best deal on the Internet of Things: The Nest Cam.
This is one of the best pieces of technology you can own, but it’s not the only one.
The Nest is a smart thermostat that lets you set and change your temperature in real time.
You’ll also be able control your thermostats remotely, which is great for those of us who love our smart therforens.
But that’s not all.
The internet of everything can also be used as a smart home hub.
If Nest’s smart thermoregulation is not your thing, you could use the Nest Cam as a remote control for your smart home devices.
You won’t need a lot of fancy gadgets to use this, but if you want a lot more, you should definitely pick up a Nest Cam to take it from there.
The $69.99 Nest Cam is also compatible with the $149 Wink and Hue smart bulbs, which you can use to control your lights.
You’re not going to get a free Echo or Echo Dot when you sign up.
Amazon’s website says that you will only be able buy items on the Amazon Prime store, and if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you will receive an Amazon Echo Device.
You should know by now that this is a bit misleading.
Amazon does not guarantee that any items will be delivered free of charge.
This means that you might not get a new Echo or an Amazon Dot when it goes on sale, even if you signup for Amazon’s Prime service.
The same goes for any other products, like Amazon’s Echo and Echo Dot.
But there are some deals that you can make it to.
If Amazon’s pricing is accurate, you might be able get an Echo or Dot for $99 on Amazon.com for one year.
And you might even be able find a free Amazon Echo Home Mini for $79 when it’s available on Amazon’s store.
This will likely be a better deal than the $69 that you’ll pay for an Echo.
If the Amazon Echo device doesn’t come with a trial period, you still