Black Friday is over, but its spirit lives on in these 10 stellar deals [Deals]

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Get these deals still with Black Friday prices, don't miss out.
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As Cyber Monday and the rest of the holiday shopping season prove each year, the need for bargains reigns eternal. So even though the consumer frenzy of Black Friday 2019 may be part of history, you can still enjoy the spoils of the day with 10 great holiday gift ideas that remain available at ridiculously low Black Friday pricing.

But there are no guarantees on how long these prices will remain, so get in on these offers pronto — or watch them magically disappear. Don’t forget to use the promo codes at checkout for additional savings!

Score two awesome DJI-powered drones at down-to-earth prices [Deals]

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Ryze Main
These two DJI drones are affordable, easy to use, and packed with features for the novice pilot.
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Who doesn’t want to fly? As drones get easier to use, we can get really close to the feeling of taking to the skies. Along with getting better, they’re also becoming more affordable, so even people on a budget can join the ranks of hobby pilots. One of the best names in the business is DJI, and they’ve got a pair of options that offer a great way into the world of drones.

DJI’s new Mavic Mini is the perfect drone for everyone

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The Mavic Mini is ready for liftoff.
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DJI unleashed its smallest and lightest drone on the world this morning and it just might be the cutest drone ever.

The Mavic Mini is so light it’s one of the first (if not the first) mass-market drones that does not have to be registered with the FAA. Don’t be fooled by its tiny size. This little drone can capture some serious cinematic footage and it’s so cheap it won’t hurt your bank account.

If you’ve been thinking of getting your first drone, this is the one for you:

Finally, a simple photo editor focused on drone aerial photography [Deals]

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AirMagic Photo Editor
Quickly and easily touch up those beautiful aerial drone shots with this Mac app.
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Drones aren’t just fun toys anymore. Drones are changing…well, everything. Drones are delivering medical supplies in Africa, keeping school kids safe in Indiana and improving our understanding of tornado behavior in Texas.

And oh, the aerial photography. From shooting action sequences in “Game of Thrones” to changing the real estate game, it’s not enough just to capture aerial footage. That footage actually has to look brilliant too.

Star Wars drones will blow your nerdy mind [Deals]

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Live out your Star Wars flights of fancy with these high performance, feature-rich drones.
Live out your sci-fi flights of fancy with these high-performance drones.
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Any Star Wars fan can relate to the dream of taking off in an X-wing. The best we could do in the old days was to play video games or mouth engine noises while running around the living room a toy starfighter. But it’s the future now, so anyone can live out their own Star Wars dogfights and chase scenes.

Apple gets permission to use drones to improve Apple Maps

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Drones and HD cameras are affordable, giving everyone a chance to make beautiful, cinematic video.
Apple was one of the companies given permission to carry out drone experiments.
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Apple Maps was a laughingstock when it launched, but it’s come a long way since then. Now Apple has been given approval to further improve the service using drones.

As part of the U.S. Transportation’s new drone program, Apple is allowed to capture images of North Carolina using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). This will allow it to enhance its mapping services with more detailed images.

Apple wants official permission to test new drone program

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Who wouldn't want their new iPhone delivered via drone?
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Apple is one of a number of big companies seeking permission to be part of a new U.S. drone testing program, launched by President Donald Trump last year.

With the government now opening up applications for the new program, Apple has joined other tech giants including Amazon, Intel and Qualcomm in applying. It’s not yet clear what Apple is interested in achieving with its drone ambitions, although companies such as Amazon have been outspoken about their desire to pursue drone deliveries.