Tag: Vacuum

Our favorite affordable robot vacuum just got a major price drop

Clean without lifting a finger. (Photo: Eufy)

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As far as chores go, vacuuming stinks. Robot vacuums, which are designed to zip around the house and do all that hard work for you, are the perfect solution to dirty, dusty floors for those who absolutely hate the task of cleaning them. If that happens to be you, you’re in luck, because you can get the best affordable robot vacuum we’ve ever tested—the Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S Slim on sale. 

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For a limited time, the legendary  drops from $219.99 to $179.99 at Amazon when you check the coupon box beneath the price. While it’s not the lowest price we’ve ever seen on it—it dropped

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Indian start-up ShareChat is one of many looking to fill the vacuum left by TikTok ban

  • ShareChat, a Twitter-backed Indian social media platform that caters to users in 15 regional languages, launched a short-video sharing app just days after New Delhi banned TikTok.
  • The app, Moj, now has more than 80 million monthly active users who spend on average 34 minutes on the platform, the company said. 
  • The TikTok ban left a vacuum that local start-ups are moving in to fill. 



a close up of a person wearing a mask: A girl wearing a protective mask depicting the TikTok logo poses for a picture in Mumbai, India, July 1, 2020.


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A girl wearing a protective mask depicting the TikTok logo poses for a picture in Mumbai, India, July 1, 2020.

SINGAPORE — India’s ban of the popular short-video sharing app TikTok has left a vacuum that local start-ups are moving in to fill. 

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One of those start-ups is ShareChat, a Twitter-backed Indian social media platform that caters to users in 15 regional languages.

Citing national security concerns, New Delhi announced the ban on TikTok, which is owned by Beijing-based

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