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Preparing ourselves the deals are coming I'm Bridget Carey and this is your CNET update. Spec says wise and charge those phones -- this episode at CNET update has -- for conquering Black Friday being a shopping day of the year. The first step -- do some research and load up on helpful apps there -- apps that pull in all the store -- in door buster deals in one menu. Check out Black Friday survival guide on iPhone or there's an app called TGI Black Friday next to had to make a list to stay focused -- want if -- need. If you're with a group -- and -- confirmation you list the list. It's available on Apple or Android list the list lets you sync -- shopping list with a -- when someone checks something off the Lister as an item. You can see it sees that we don't -- -- -- doubles. You'll also want to have a bar code scanner app handy because some stores are price matching with competitors' best buy is price -- with Amazon. So while -- -- in line scan a bar code for an item. And an app like shock Saudi will show other store prices and he finds someone selling it for less -- the cashier the game in the lower price. -- -- -- we also have a list of some Black Friday deals that caught our attention a few worth mentioning. Target and best buy -- giving gift cards and buy new iPod Touch best buy is knocking twenty bucks off all. Models of the roku stores like RadioShack and best buy are selling the Samsung galaxy S three Smart -- for fifty bucks. Sears has last year's nook simple touch. And you don't already have game system there are several choices of bundles for Xbox and PlayStation it will throw an accessories games and not about a hundred -- -- the price. If you're in the market for Blu-ray player -- C -- -- great price go ahead and -- at our editors have found that there's a difference between picture quality -- Blu-ray players these days. But -- -- -- ups on a warranty for some products because you're a -- you're tired and cashier starts asking if you wanna buy an additional warranty. He -- think ahead if it's worth it if you aren't -- -- gadget for cheap -- might be worth the extra money also most products already come with a one year warranty. If you're shopping online over the weekend and on Cyber Monday do your homework -- note if the sale price is really deal or a dead -- -- price grabber to see what typical prices are for a product you might also -- -- could check that he Lanka at retail me not dot com. And before you start -- spending spree is an update on a story we mentioned our last show. We reported on a bill being drafted that could make it easier for law enforcement to access your emails without a warrant. Well just a few hours -- the story came on CNET the senator abandoned the controversial proposal. But we'll keep you post on this next week when it comes to -- vote. That's your tech news update you can find links to all of these stories on the block cnet.com slash update from our studios in New York averaging scary yeah.