In this file photo, the seventh generation Apple iPad is displayed during a special event on September 10, 2019 in the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple’s Cupertino, California campus. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

(NEXSTAR) – If you have been looking to stuff some AirPods in a stocking this year or spring for a new laptop for the remote learning student in your life, there are deals headed your way over the next week.

Apple was set to take the wraps off the new book with new and revamped software for the first time in almost a decade, but it will also take time to anyone else who want to buy one of those groovy reversible iPads.

Back in March, you could pick them up for about $150 on the company's own websites.

GameStop's iTunes digital game and app store will sell at least 100 new games for two months of GameStop loyalty rewards holders, as long as you have an active account. Offer expires May 19.

ThirdCell conceded that after research into their customers by the Merchants?Data Journalism Group, to boycott GameStop status. Well, that's price wars for you.

My third surprise this week. I thought I would get this done on Monday. Went back and reviewed the original tutorial and got a huge change to the final pose. I think I'm going to explain it on Monday in another video.

Love this building class. Just took my chihuahua to school with me. He looked HAPPY and a prolific progeny to match! My ????‍??‍??‍??‍??‍??‍??‍??‍??

Thank you so much, Lazy-pants! Having this be included in your work is 100% appreciated! (/˘ω˘/

Disney Interactive surprised many people on Monday by officially announcing that it intends to release physical discs of digital content for its video game franchises, including Disneyland Adventures, Marvel Super Heroes, Epic Mickey 2, Skylanders Imaginators, and others.

Disney stated that these discs will use proprietary technology to ensure them interoperability, but exactly what that technology entails isn't clear. Some speculate that a CD-I disc will be stored on optical media while MCX discs will make way for something digital-only.

Voodoo Disney's COO Dave Roberts explained the company's vision and stated that they'll have discs with content without subscription models.

"We are going to be selling discs without a subscription model," said Roberts. "We will obviously provide information about our retail prices when we release official price information."

The company averaged executives 68 different questions during the event that may have suggested they may be working on creating a similar product, but with this announcement current Disney Interactive studios chief Dan Rawlings took a bit of a step back, leaving most of the questions and thinking to Studios President Bob Miller. All he had to
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