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With Wzye security cameras, some things in life still are free


A new Wyze pay-what-you-want plan lets you pay nothing.
A new Wyze pay-what-you-want plan lets you pay nothing.
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Wyze Labs launched a new pay-what-you-want subscription tier Tuesday for its Cam Plus Lite lineup of home security cameras. And the company touts the fact that you can pay nothing if you like.

Wyze said it also plans to remove its cameras’ 32GB microSD card size limit and add new rewind and skip buttons to make it easier to scrub through footage saved locally.

Sling TV goes free every night. No strings attached


Free Sling TV every evening.
Sling TV launched a Happy Hour Across America with free service every evening. And for much longer than an hour.
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Sling TV streaming video service is now available during primetime at no charge. New customers can watch every night from 5 pm to midnight for free.

The company hopes this will help American families staying home during the COVID-19 crisis.

Get a bunch of super-cool apps to trick out your Mac for free [Deals]


Mac Freebie Bundle
Snag some of these utility Mac apps for free!
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Every once in a while, you’ve got to let a doctor take a look at you and maybe even hit you with a flu shot or some extra vitamins before deeming you a-OK. Well, your Mac is just like you. So consider The Ultimate Q4 Mac Freebie Bundle a trip to the doc for your Mac.

Epic offers free Fortnite glider following event confusion


Fortnite Equalizer glider
Look out for the Equalizer glider in Battle Royale.
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Epic Games is gifting Fortnite fans a free glider following confusion over its latest event.

Many players believed they had until January 3 or 4 to complete the recent 14 Days of Fortnite challenges, and when it came to an end on January 1, they missed out on the festive rewards. The best item on offer will now be distributed for free.

Apple offers free audiobooks narrated by celebrities


Apple Books free audiobooks
‘Great First Listens’ get you started with Apple Books.
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Apple is offering a bunch of free audiobooks narrated by celebrities, including Kate Beckinsale and Kelsey Grammer.

The giveaway is an effort to promote Apple Books, which saw a big overhaul with iOS 12 — but audiobook fans will probably feel Apple could have done better.