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Do you rely on cable because your television lacks smart-TV features? If so, this is the perfect Black Friday deal to instantly upgrade your viewing enjoyment. The genius Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale at its all-time lowest price — just $25!
And Amazon will give you free shipping too. Of course, if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get so much more — from access to new movies and TV shows, discounts at Whole Foods, exclusive sales, and two-day shipping on many, many items. Not yet a member? What are you waiting for? Sign up for a free 30-day trial here.
Here's how to use it: Simply plug the Fire TV Stick 4K into one of your 4K TV’s HDMI ports and the streaming device will immediately search for your home’s Wi-Fi network and wait for you to log in. (If your TV is less than 10 years old, it's probably a 4K model. The term "4K" just refers to the resolution of the screen.)
Once the device and TV are synced, you’ll have access to hundreds of streaming apps and channels, including Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Disney+, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Starz, Showtime and so much more. You’ll find fun interactive settings like pop-up results for actor and director names via IMDb.
Need to check in on the news, weather, or sports scores? The Alexa voice assistant is at your service!
With a jaw-dropping 631,000 five-star reviews, it's safe to say this thing is a winner. "If you get this new Fire Stick, forget cable," one savvy Amazon shopper shared. "I love this new Fire Stick. I need one for each room. It has more features and stations that are free and come with the Fire Stick."
"The picture quality looks great, and I love the new remote," said a smitten five-star reviewer. "It was easy to set up to my Samsung Smart TV and soundbar. I use it to watch DirectTV Now and it works flawlessly."
The Fire TV Stick 4K is one of the best ways to instantly add video streaming to your TV without getting a new set. Cheers to that.
More than £70,000. That’s the basic cost of raising a child to the age of 18 for couples in the UK, according to the Child Poverty Action Group’s latest “Cost of a Child” report. More than £70,000 per child, that is. Throw in additional expenses like food – which, somewhat bizarrely, isn’t classed as a basic cost – and childcare and that figure rises to more than £150,000 per child. Or £600,000 if you’re a mum of four like me.
Ten countries are on the red list, Switzerland has effectively banned British travellers, EU countries are tightening entry rules – and Nicola Sturgeon is calling for an eight-day quarantine for all UK arrivals… our travel horizons are becoming murkier by the day.
Gill Charlton has been fighting for Telegraph readers and solving their travel problems for more than 30 years, winning refunds, righting wrongs and suggesting solutions. She takes on a different case each week – so please send your problems to her for consideration at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please give your full name and, if your dispute is with a travel company, your address, telephone number and any booking reference. Gill can’t answer every question, but she will help where she can a
It was almost too good to be true. We were sliding into the ski season without a bump in our path, then in a matter of days travel restrictions around the globe went from being in the favour of skiers and snowboarders, to threatening to push the start of the ski season off a cliff.
An amendment to the law could make photographing breastfeeding women without their permission a criminal offence. This follows a ‘Stop the Breast Pest’ campaign launched by Stella Creasy, who was photographed breastfeeding her baby.