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Sunday November 30

18:05
Weekly Game Replay: Strong Nintendo sales, Ubisoft...

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN sum up some of the news from the gaming industry over the past week in one article. In this week's edition of Weekly Game Replay, we take a look at the strong sales of Super Smash Bros. and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby for Nintendo consoles, Ubisoft's free downloadable content (DLC) and games for botched Assassin's Creed Unity launch, This War of Mine statistics, new Star Citizen funding goal for pets, and upcoming PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Games with Gold releases....



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18:00
Best Cyber Monday 2014 deals on iOS and OS X apps

The holiday deals continue with discounts on a variety of apps in the App Store. Below are some of the best titles on sale for Cyber Monday.
iOS Software Discounts

Spender - Personal Finance Manager [iPhone; Now free, down from $0.99] Tracking y...

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17:00
Cyber Monday sales on Apple hardware and accessories

Black Friday may be over, but the holiday shopping deals continue on Cyber Monday. The deals on Apple gear are not as plentiful last week, but you can still save some money if you are looking for a Mac, an iPod or an iPad mini.
Mac

Apple® - 21.5" ...

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15:48
Nintendo updates emulator patent to target...

Last week the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) posted a recent patent update from Nintendo. Patent application 20140349751 filed in June 2014 looks to improve upon Nintendo patent 8157654, adding processor-level adaptation for emulators of handheld consoles like the Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advanced. While some fans may take it as a sign that Nintendo is official moving into the smartphone and tablet space, it's likely done for legal purposes....



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15:44
Apple retail store signage goes (RED) for World AIDS...

Like it did last year, Apple’s participation in this year’s Worlds AIDS Day will include changing the iconic glowing white Apple logo that hangs outside its retail stores to red in order to raise awareness for the fight against AIDS. The new red Apple signage is already up at Apple’s Australian stores (pictured above) as we roll into Dec. 1 local time.

This year, Apple has increased its contributions to the cause alongside the Product Red charity organization through a tie-in with its Black Friday promotions. The company announced...

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15:00
Steve Jobs has been awarded almost 150 new patents...

Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011, in Palo Alto, CA, leaving behind a legacy of technological innovation and having built one of the largest companies in the world. At the time of his death Jobs had been awarded 317 patents over the course of his li...

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14:00
Apple turning lighted store logos red for World Aids...

As reported by Mashable, Apple today changed the color of the Apple logo at its flagship Sydney store from white to red as part of the company's World Aids Day campaign. Due to its timezone, the Sydney store is the first store to modify its logo with...

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13:37
Stunning photos that made you appreciate Earth in...

The Roosevelts:

2014 is coming to an end and if you didn’t get all the majestic locations checked off your travel bucket list this year we have 50 photos that inspired awe and wonderment in 2014.

Spectacular images showing the awesome beauty of our planet.

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13:30
This weekend in the App Store -- the best free apps...

Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can.

Apps Now Free
Spender - Personal Finan...

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13:17
Flying, 1920s style

The Passion of Former Days:

A terrific set of cigarette cards depicting a flight from London to Amsterdam in the early days of commercial air travel. The images (each “from an official photograph supplied by Imperial Airways”) are accompanied by text detailing “our” flight, from check-in and take-off, to views over the Channel, France, and Brussels (where we land for lunch), to the final landing in Amsterdam.

I’ve included the backs with the text, as the little details are fascinating insights into a time when planes held “as many as” 20 passengers, reached cruising altitudes of 3,000 feet, and got from London to Brussels in “only” two and a half hours.

For the vast majority of us, flying is an awful experience but, in the 1920′s, if you could afford it, flying was a lot more genteel. The descriptions on the backs of these cigarette cards are also wonderful insights in to how writing has evolved and how information was presented to customers of the day.

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13:00
Video: A hands on demo with Apple Watch

The release of the Apple Watch is still off in the distance, but excitement has been building for the product since it was announced. Despite all this excitement most of the footage we've seen of the device has been in controlled videos from Apple. G...

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12:30
'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' trailer now...

As announced last week, the first trailer for director J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now being featured on Apple's iTunes trailers website. More like a teaser than a trailer, the 88-second clip provides a quick glimpse at the next Star...

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12:00
The Week in Review: news and features you don't...

Last week was a busy one with your favorite TUAW writers posting some excellent How-To guides, commentary and other informative news articles. Here's a quick roundup of our recent feature worthy posts you may have missed:

News

Apple Watch website...

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11:30
A roundup of recent hardware reviews on TUAW

Last week, we reviewed a variety of hardware and accessories that'll complement your favorite iOS or OS X devices. Here's a quick roundup of recent hardware reviews that you may have missed:

Mr. iPhone, meet Mr. Coffee
WeMo Maker brings the fun o...

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11:03
Story of young demonstrator’s tearful hug with...

Oregon Live:

With emotions running high as speakers were addressing the crowd, he noticed a young man with tears in his eyes holding a “Free Hugs” sign among a group of people.

After talking to Devonte about such things as school, art and life, Barnum said he pointed to the sign and asked, “Do I get one of those?”

I’d seen the picture all over but the stories of the event and the people behind it, in particular Devonte, are amazing. Don’t read without a tissue or two handy.

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11:00
All the best app reviews last week on TUAW

Last week was a busy one for apps in the iOS App Store, giving your favorite TUAW writers a chance to post some great reviews of the apps that grace their home screens. Here's a quick roundup of our recent reviews -- and a few app roundups -- you may...

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09:41
MGG 529: Baby, It’s Cool Stuff Found Outside

Dave's fresh off of a cruise ship (RC's Oasis of the Seas) and he and John have a pile of Cool Stuff Found for you today. Let's see how much your two favorite geeks can rock this boat!


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09:30
WordHeist brings good design to uninspired word game

WordHeist is a multiplayer word game that encourages theft for your own personal gain. Using your own letter bank, create words with up to three other players. Then steal each other's letters to create your own words and protect yours from being stol...

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09:26
Google Chrome crashes hard with Mac OS 10.10.2 beta...

…Use Safari! (lol,)

Google Chrome 39 had started to crash for me as soon as I updated to 10.10.2 Beta. I tried all of the normal things (trashing Google prefs, using Canary, etc etc). Nothing worked except downgrading back to Mac OS 10.10.1 stable.

Just FYI if you use Chrome, don't update to the latest Yosemite build. I was't able to start Chrome until I downgraded


Seth Weintraub (@llsethj) November 28, 2014

It turns out that the new 10.10.2 has depreciated some Trackpad APIs that cause an immediate crash.

@llsethj If I understand correctly, some trackpad APIs were deprecated — drivers aren’t relevant. http://t.co/f93RBntG4J

— Scott Buscemi (@swb1192)...

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09:00
Review: Deliveries for Mac and iOS is the perfect...

With Cyber Monday coming up, a lot of us shop online, as opposed to going out to the store. It would be nice if there was an easy way to track all of your packages. Of course you could set up mail rules to filter any emails that contain the words, “the tracking number,” but all that does is put all of your emails into a folder without notifying you of any changes in the status of your package. After initially receiving the email most forget about it and never track their packages, which happens all the time to me causing me to not pick up my packages for weeks. Or you can be the type of person that can obsessively track your package by constantly pressing the refresh button hoping...

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07:30
Teach your youngsters more about football with Kids...

Football has become a national passion that takes over out weekends from Labor Day through the Super Bowl in early February. Now you can help your kids have a better understanding of the rules and terminology used in America's favorite game with Kids...

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06:30
Mighty Smighties: Battle of the smightiest

Players compete in real time matches or single player missions in their attempt to be the best card commander around in Mighty Smighties. Building a strong card deck and strengthening that deck is key to success when customizing a character's strateg...

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06:14
Review: Moga Rebel iOS gaming controller for Apple...

Moga's new full-size Rebel Bluetooth gaming controller is the best iOS-compatible controller we've tested yet, successfully helping to bridge the gap between powerful home game consoles and mobile devices like both the iPhone and iPad.

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Saturday November 29

14:00
Canopy offers curated shopping on Amazon

So many of us love shopping on Amazon, but at times the choices can be overwhelming. Canopy (free) is a new iOS app designed as sort of a front door for Amazon, offering community-curated shopping suggestions for items offered on the online shopping ...

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11:00
Daily Deals for November 29, 2014, featuring four...

It's time to save some of that hard-earned cash with our Daily Deals, featuring exclusive TUAW Deals, a handy list from Dealnews and our own handpicked iOS and OS X selections.

All prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly....

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10:45
Hands On: Tintype 'selfie' photo filter...

Most iOS photo enthusiests are familiar with Hipstamatic's first, eponymously named, and most well-known app, which is designed to give a fun, vintage feel to photos taken with the iPad or iPhone. Recently, the company released TinType, their fourth app available for iOS. This time, they've taken aim at modifying the selfie....



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10:35
How to manage your iCloud security and Apple Pay...

Ever since Apple transitioned from its legacy MobileMe service to iCloud, it has sought to add more cloud features to match those of Google and Dropbox. With iOS 8 and Yosemite Apple has also opened iCloud Drive for file storage and Family Sharing of purchases, but managing your iCloud account can be challenging and confusing, especially when it comes to security.

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10:12
Thanksgiving weekend blues

The New York Times:

Thanksgiving weekend in 1990, I spent two hours at the loneliest place in the world for an obscure novelist — the book-signing table at a Waldenbooks in a suburban New Jersey mall.

I sat at the table smiling like a game show host. Store patrons scurried past me, doing all they could to avoid eye contact. I kept smiling. I straightened out my pile of free bookmarks for the umpteenth time, though so far none had been taken.

A lovely story about perspective.

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10:02
Amplified: “I’m Kinda Ticked Off”

Jim and Shawn talk about trading in your iPhone, Tim Cook, Google replacements, AC/DC, Rush and The Tragically Hip!

Sponsored by Audible (Visit the link to get a free audiobook of your choice and a free 30-day trial membership)!

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10:00
Apple Watch website updated with new product details...

Apple last week provided a bit of a makeover to its Apple Watch webpage, adding a number of interesting tidbits regarding the device's UI and functionality.

Specifically, three new sections were added: Timekeeping, New Ways to Connect, and Health & ...

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09:52
Pad & Quill

My thanks to Pad and Quill for sponsoring The Loop’s RSS feed this week. I have one of these bags and I love it.

Pad and Quill, a Minneapolis based company, began as an idea on a napkin in 2010. Starting with 4 prototypes, a barter to paint our web designers deck and a Paypal account to track orders, Brian and Kari began shipping cases from their basement and since they have grown to a business selling tens of thousands of unique hand crafted products a year.

Initially riding the Apple iOS wave, Brian and Kari (Mr and Mrs PQ) sought to bring to market iPhone and iPad cases crafted from organic materials such as leather, Baltic birch wood and buckram linen book cloth. Over time, the celebration of the craftsman,...

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08:20
Bing, Yahoo start 'right to be forgotten'...

This week has been a busy one for Europe's "right to be forgotten" stricture. Not only have Yahoo and Microsoft's Bing launched the mandated efforts for users, but the European Commission has also issued guidance to the search engines on how to handle requests. The guidance is similar to what Google has implemented, but there may be some issues ahead, as the document published by the commission takes issues to search engines warning site operators when a page with information is delisted, potentially stirring up old issues and bringing more attention to the deleted content....



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07:30
Impractical ICE BlackBox can film, share emergency...

ICE BlackBox promises a secure, easy system for delivering audio, video and your location to personalized emergency contacts with the push of a button in any emergency situation. It also features a one-touch "Call 911" button to connect you directly ...

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07:30
iPhoneography 101: Photo Tip Q&A

Vern Seward answers some burning iPhoneography questions in this edition of iPhoneography 101: the difference between camera apps; should you use a tripod; and the all-important best way to take a selfie.


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07:00
Caturday: Le magnifique chat devant l'iMac

Ahhh, the hunting grounds of the magnificent tuxedo cat ... in front of an iMac. This is Kali, a cat belonging to the daughter of TUAW reader Denis Giguere of Laval, Quebec. Denis poetically notes that:

We are currently sitting Kali, one of our daug...

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05:30
Settle those sports arguments with Who Won Sports

Many of us love to argue or rather have animated discussions about a variety of topics, politics, religion, where to go for the best hamburger and the king of argument starters: Sports. Now with Who Won Sports you and your friends can settle those di...

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05:10
Cox sued by labels over failure to inform users of...

A pair of music publishers have launched a suit against Internet service provider Cox Communications. BMG Rights Management and Round Hill Music accuse the provider of failing to penalize serial rights infringers, with warnings by watchdog Rightscorp going ignored. The pair claims that Cox's refusal to deliver the messages serves to dilute the entire anti-piracy effort agreed to by the ISPs, and hurts the ISP industry, and music producing business in the process....



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05:00
Quirky Cameras, Quick Charges and Racing Robots


HTC is stepping so far out of the box with the RE Camera, it's almost as if there was never a box to begin with. Instead of making us stare through a viewfinder, this minimalist device almost demands a return to older forms of photography, while still taking advantage of modern technology. It looks like a cross between a periscope and an asthma inhaler, neither of which scream style to anyone who might spot it in your hand. The positives: It captures 16-megapixel still images and 1080p video while wirelessly transferring the content to a phone.

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04:36
When should you shop? Right after Black Friday

New York Times:

Want the best deals on electronics, but don’t feel like camping out for two weeks in front of Best Buy? Stay home on Friday, but don’t wait too long after that to shop online.

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04:36
Roundup: Holiday app deals bring deep discounts on...

As brick-and-mortar shops welcome an onslaught of holiday shoppers looking for the year's best savings, purveyors of digital goods are also offering deep discounts and promotions for their wares.

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Friday November 28

20:24
Briefly: Scannerz 1.9, PDFpen Scan+ 1.5

Software and Computer Systems Company has released a new version of Scannerz, a hard drive, SSD and system testing tool for OS X. Scannerz allows users to identify bad sectors or blocks on a hard drive or SSD, and can also be used to help identify other issues such as drive problems, bad SATA or I/O cables. The latest version now includes the new Performance Probe 2 as well as Phoenix and FSE, and is fully Yosemite compatible. Systems running OS X 10.5 or later are compatible, with pricing beginning at $22 for the Lite version. Current users of fully licensed versions receive the update for fr...

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18:18
The best deals we can find

The Wirecutter:

The holiday season is approaching once again, and that screaming you hear is the sound of Internet users everywhere becoming inundated with holiday “deals.” Thousands of deals. Tens of thousands of deals. And, as you may know from experience, most of those deals don’t actually result in any kind of savings.

In fact, they are often a waste of money due to marketing trickery or just plain bad products. In fact, according to our research so far only 0.6% of the 42,000 deals we’ve studied since early November are actually a good deal on a good piece of gear. Our attitude is dictated by a general idea: if we wouldn’t buy it ourselves or tell our friends and family to do so, we won’t list it. If the price or the item itself is not good, we won’t list it.

This time of year, we are inundated by “deals”. The folks at The Wirecutter do a great job of separating the wheat from the chaff. It’s also a great list if you are looking for gift ideas.

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18:13
I’m buying people gift cards for Christmas, and you...

Vox:

I write about economics for a living, so I understand concepts of deadweight loss and depreciation and inefficiency.

That said, I still ask my parents for gift cards for Christmas every year. And I buy them for people, too.

I know this is a sacrilege, and you might, too — there are all sorts of articles out there about how gift cards are sincerely a terrible, horrible gift. And yet I keep wanting them. It could be because I’m just a bad decision-maker, but I think there are excellent reasons to get a person a gift card … provided you buy it for the right kind of person.

I think gift cards can have their place for certain people. Do you give gift cards? Do you like to get them?

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17:01
Black Friday: Deals for musos

If you're a beginner learning to play a guitar, sing, play the bass or drums, or you are a veteran looking to further develop your skills there are some great Black Friday deals on offer at the moment on the net. This also extends to guitarists and other musicians looking for some great drum loops and samples to add flavor to your home recordings. Electronista has been on the lookout and spotted some excellent deals with Jammit, JamPlay and Platinum Loops....



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15:52
Giveaways

For the holidays, MacNN and Electronista are giving away a bunch of great prizes from software and games to Bluetooth speakers and keyboards. Find out more about the prizes and how you can enter to win.



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15:15
Ask Slashdot: Objective C Vs. Swift For a New iOS...

RegularDave writes: I'm a recent grad from a master's program in a potentially worthless social science field, and I've considered getting into iOS development. Several of my friends who were in similar situations after grad school have done so and are making a healthy living getting contract work. Although they had CS and Physics degrees going into iOS, neither had worked in objective C and both essentially went through a crash courses (either self-taught or through intensive classes) in order to get their first gigs. I have two questions. First, am I an idiot for thinking I can teach myself either objective C or Swift on my own without any academic CS background (I've tinkered in HTML, CSS, and C classes online with some success)? Second, if I'm not an idiot for attempting to learn either language, which should I concentrate on?

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15:11
Giveaways now live at MacNN and Electronista

Over the course of the last couple of days MacNN and Electronista have been making it rain prizes. Maybe it was the turkey going to our heads, or the lack of news stories that drove us to this madness. Perhaps we were just feeling very generous. Whatever it was, we wanted to make sure that you knew about all the great prizes we had to offer. Below you will find a list of the giveaways that are going on right now....



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15:00
Desk: A painless writing and blogging tool for Mac

For writers and bloggers, the choice of a text editor can make a huge difference in productivity. The best tools simply fade out of the way and let you write, then magically transform your work into published format with a click. That's the case with...

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14:57
FingerKey app lets you unlock your Mac using iPhone’...


A new app called FingerKey allows Mac users to unlock their computer using Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the iPhone 5s, 6, or 6 Plus.

That means you’ll be able to login to your Mac using your iPhone’s fingerprint sensor rather than typing in a password each time. The app takes advantage of Apple opening up the Touch ID sensor to third-party apps for logins after previously being reserved for unlocking the device itself and authenticating App Store and iTunes purchases.

The FingerKey app includes the ability to unlock multiple computers from a distance, 256-bit AES encryption, and a Notification Center Today...

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14:17
Hands On: Alarmy (Sleep if U Can) alarm clock (iOS)

Waking up is a difficult feat for some. It certainly doesn't help when most alarms require only a simple tap to activate snooze mode. Some people become so adept at serial-snoozing that they don't even have to wake up to do it. Alarmy (Sleep If U Can), by Delight Room, promises to put an end to the phrase "just another ten minutes."...



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14:00
iPhone users taking astronomical photos with the...

Taking pictures of stars and deep sky objects with an iPhone would not have been something I thought would have worked, but as Apple hardware improves with better low light camera performance, apps are there to exploit it and push the envelope.

Seve...

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13:50
Giveaway: win a Penclick B2 Bluetooth mouse

Last, but certainly not least on our list of giveaway items today is the Penclic B2 Bluetooth mouse. This isn't your average, every day basic Bluetooth mouse though. This mouse takes computing to the next level by harnessing the natural power and dexterity in our fingers and hands and helps to prevent Repetitive Strain Injury. Read on to learn more, and to find out how you can win....



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13:25
Black Friday: lowest prices on Apple desktops

This year, like every year, Apple is running a Black Friday promotion, however this year if you are looking to save the most cash on a new Mac, the best bet is to look elsewhere. BestBuy.com has reduced prices on a wide selection of Macs. The 21.5-inch iMac with a 1.4GHz Intel i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 500GB hard drive has seen a $200 discount to $899, which is around $80 less than the lowest price found anywhere else....



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13:02
Black Friday Special: Take an Additional 10% Off...

For today only you can pick up Soundfreaq’s Pocket Kick speaker for only $67.50 using our 10% off Black Friday Deal to save even more on the already great price. Ultra-portable, Pocket Kick has been meticulously designed to produce full and powerful sound with a pair of custom-engineered drivers and a passive radiator set between two full-metal, open air grills for full-frequency sound overall and lower bass frequencies kicked out the back.…

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12:27
Giveaway: Win a Verve 2 sensor system

What is the Verve 2? We asked ourselves the same question when we first heard of it. It turns out that it is quite unlike anything we have ever seen before. The Verve 2 is a sensor system that can be used to interact with a computer in a whole new way. We have one Verve 2 system to give away to our readers. Read on to learn more about this unique technology toy, and find out how you can win....



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12:13
News: Apps of the Week: The Longest Journey...

New Apps + Games The Longest Journey Remastered ($7) — Funcom’s critically acclaimed PC adventure game comes to the iPhone and iPad in a new “Remastered” version that provides touchscreen optimized controls and a new introduction narrated by original series creator Ragnar Tørnquist. With its iOS release, the epic adventure game puts a new generation of players into the shoes of the young art student who discovers that she can…

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12:10
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer on iTunes

Star Wars: The Force Awakens isn't due in theaters for about a year, but that shouldn't stop you from getting your Sci-Fi nerd on in a big way because you can see the movie's first trailer today. The minute and a half long trailer doesn't show any of the main characters - meaning no Luke, Leia, or Han - but it has plenty of stormtroopers, droids, X-winds, and the Millenium Falcon. Also, a triple-blade Sith lightsaber. That's right: a triple-blade Sith lightsaber. What's missing is Jar Jar Binks, which means there's a really good chance Episode 7 will be substantially better than all three prequel movies combined.


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11:40
Razer Nabu fitness tracker available in North...

Razer is finally going to release its fitness tracker, just in time for the holiday sales. Originally launched at CES in January followed by delays caused by hypoallergenic testing and a beta test with developers, the Razer Nabu is being made available to purchase from the Razer website and retailers from December 2nd in North America, with Razer pricing the fitness band at $100....



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11:40
Black Friday: Android tablet deals from zero dollars

With all the great deals out there on Android tablets today, it gets a little bit tricky trying to figure out what exactly the best prices are. To help, we have put together a list of some of the best Black Friday Android tablet deals we could find. At TigerDirect.com right now get the Proscan 7-inch Android tablet with McAfee 2015 multi-access for only $70. That's already $80 off the list price of $150. A $70 mail-in-rebate offer on this bundle drops the final cost down to zero dollars. However, McAfee activation is required to claim this rebate....



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11:37
Blueprint of Apple's "iPad Air Plus,...

A Japanese Apple fan magazine published on Friday what it says is a full-scale schematic of Apple's much rumored "iPad Air Plus," along with claims that the device will be powered by an A9 chip and ship between April and June of 2015.

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11:35
Report: Schematics of 12.2-inch ‘iPad Air Plus’...

Japanese magazine Mac Fan has published what it claims are drawings for the much rumored upcoming 12-inch iPad (via Macotakara).

The report in Mac Fan, which refers to the 12-inch iPad as the iPad Air Plus, claims that the new iPad will include a 12.2-inch display, new A9 processor, four speakers to offer stereo sound in any orientation, and arrive sometime between April and June of next year.

Latest rumors for the device claimed iPad Pro would sport a smaller 12.2-inch display and a profile of 7mm, which lines up with the drawings published in the latest Mac Fan issue today. Several reports have pointed to a yet to be announced iPad that...

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11:17
35 percent off iTunes gift cards – if you act fast

Heck, I thought getting 20% off iTunes gift cards was a good deal.

Turns out 35% off is a lot better.

Here’s how to get the deal of the year on iTunes gift cards.

Paypal Digital Gifts is offering a 25% deal ($100 iTunes code for $75) on eBay – which trumps Wednesday’s deal from Costso by five percent.

To make things sweeter, a tipster notified me that you can stack another $10 discount on top of the already good $100 code for $75 deal. Instead of clicking “Buy in Now” on eBay,...

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11:00
Apple upsets customers by not extending Black Friday...

Black Friday shoppers in the UK were surprised this morning to discover Apple was not offering any promotions on the sales day that kicks off the holiday shopping season. Shoppers took to Twitter to express their surprise and frustration that Apple's...

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10:56
Giveaway: win a Penclic K2 wireless mini keyboard

Black Friday is in full swing, but instead of door-buster deals we have more prizes to give away to our readers. To get things started today we have the Penclic K2 wireless Mini keyboard. Reclaim your desk, and create a healthy working position while you're at it. Find out how you can enter to win below....



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10:55
Hands On: Rugby Nations 15 (iOS)

Sports games have existed for about as long as video gaming has and have been popular whether played on arcade cabinets or on the Xbox One. While most would agree that sports games tend to thrive on console, Rugby Nations 15 by developer Distinctive Games makes a strong argument for sports gaming on mobile platforms....



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10:30
MacMall offering Black Friday discounts across all...

One of the biggest online Apple resellers, MacMall, has kicked its Black Friday deals, offering significant discounts on a wide range Mac hardware, iPads, and Apple-related accessories. Below are some highlight and, you can find the remaining discoun...

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10:23
DealNN: iPad mini for $250, 4K monitor for $700, more

At Staples.com get the Space Gray iPad mini with Wi-Fi on sale for $199. That's a savings of $50 off the regular price of $250, and the best price we have seen on this configuration by more than $20. This iPad features a 7.9-inch LED-backlit display, A5 chip, 5MP iSight camera, built-in Wi-Fi and 16GB of storage. Included is Apple's one year limited warranty on parts and labor....



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10:18
Apple Black Friday Deals Include Gift Cards for Macs...

Apple's Black Friday deals are out, and this year the iPhone, iPad and Mac maker is sticking with gift cards as incentives to buy - a plan the company first used last year. This year, however, those gift card incentives are limited Apple's own products, including Beats headphones.


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10:00
Apple's Black Friday gift card promotion now...

Apple's Black Friday sale is now live with the company offering a Product(RED) iTunes gift card for each eligible purchase. Gift card amounts range from $25 to $100 depending on the items being purchased. The promotion is available in both Apple's re...

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09:56
Apple CarPlay vs Google Android Auto — full...

Apple and Google are back at it again and attempting to bring a safe and friendly mobile experience to your car. Android Auto and CarPlay are the two company’s re-imagining of mobile user interfaces for the car and both are gearing up for a major rollout over the next year.

Each system is designed to work with its respective native mobile platform, but there are differences between the two that may appeal to different people. Today we’re comparing Apple’s CarPlay to Google’s...

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09:46
Rounding up the best (remaining) Apple iPad Air and...

While deals on Apple's iPad lineup where aplenty in the week leading up to Black Friday, most of those offers have since dried up due to a shortage of inventory. Fortunately, if you know where to look, significant discounts and availability are still able to be had. Here's where and how.

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09:39
9to5Toys Black Friday: Sabrent 10-port USB charger $...

Last USB charger you’ll need: Sabrent 10-Port USB Desktop Charger: $20 (orig. $45)

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Anki Drive Starter Kit, iOS-controlled killer robot car racing game ...

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09:04
Nintendo patent hints at official Game Boy emulator...

TechCrunch points to a newly published patent filed by Nintendo that shows the company is interested in bringing Game Boy titles to mobile devices through emulation technology. Many emulators exist online to mimic old consoles and allow gamers to play back catalogs of games converted to ROM files on Macs and PCs, and Nintendo could possibly do the same to officially bring titles to mobile devices without much heavy lifting in terms of rewriting the games:

A software emulator for emulating a handheld video game platform such as GAME BOY.RTM., GAME BOY COLOR.RTM. and/or GAME BOY ADVANCE.RTM. on a low-...

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08:18
Rounding up the best Apple MacBook, iMac, Mac mini...

With the 2014 shopping season now "officially" in full swing, finalized Apple Black Friday deals are now live. We've curated the creme of the crop in this roundup that highlights up to $300 off MacBook Airs, up to $600 off MacBook Pros, up to $200 off iMacs, and up to $600 off Mac Pros.

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07:18
Critically acclaimed console game ‘Oddworld Stranger...

Oddworld Stranger’s Wrath first debuted on the original Xbox in 2005 to praise from critics and today the game has officially arrived for iOS devices with some new additions and enhancements specifically for the smaller screens.

Developed by Oddworld Inhabitants, Stranger’s Wrath is the latest installment in the franchise despite being first released on the original Xbox almost 10 years ago. The title foregoes the side scrolling puzzler gameplay that made the original Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee and follow up games in the series popular when released on PlayStation in the late 90’s. Instead, Stranger’s Wrath is half first-person shooter, half third-person platformed with lots of the usual Oddworld exploration and theatrical soundtrack.

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06:20
IBM analytics show that iOS dominates online...

Android might have the sheer weight of numbers, but when it comes to ecommerce, it’s iPhone and iPad owners retailers want to attract. Online shopping data compiled from Thanksgiving shopping yesterday showed that despite iOS devices in the US being outnumbered almost two-to-one by Android, it’s iOS devices that dominate online purchasing.

iOS accounted for a quarter of online purchases, compared to less than 7% for Android devices. Average order value was also higher, at $118.57 compared to Android’s $95.25 … 

The data was compiled by IBM’s Digital Analytics unit, which reported that overall mobile purchasing was up...

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06:05
Forums: MBP vs. Air and Siri fails continue

This week in the MacNN forums there was much conversing early in the week, however with the holiday approaching things quickly quieted down. Forum goers continue to add opinions on which new Mac is the best to purchase; MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. New tales of Siri fails continue to be added to the conversation in the thread titled "Siri fails."...



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06:00
Apple Deals: refurbished Macs from $769 and iPads...

Today at Apple's online store save on refurbished Macs as low as $769 and iPads from $309. The refurbished 11.6-inch MacBook Air with a 1.4GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of solid state storage is available for $769 after a $130 discount. Priced at $309 after a $70 discount is the refurbished iPad mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular for AT&T and 16GB of storage....



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05:29
How to find the lowest prices on Apple's Macs...

While Apple has again chosen to forgo offering discounts on its products this Black Friday in favor of offering iTunes Gift Cards, many Apple Authorized Resellers and big-box retailers are competing aggressively for the business of Apple shoppers. Here's how to quickly and easily find the lowest prices anywhere on your iPad or Mac of choice.

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05:00
Black Friday Deal: Take 10% off anything in iLounge...

Black Friday is here, and so is today’s Black Friday iLounge Deal! For today only, you can get 10% off anything in the iLounge Deals store. We’re still offering great deals on popular products like The Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 with Aerial Camera, the Limefuel LP200X 20,000 mAh Battery Pack, and the 10’ MFi-Certified Lightning Cable, but for today, you can get an even better price on these items and anything else in our ilounge Deals…

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05:00
WWI's March on Technologies


When the "Guns of August" began firing 100 years ago, few expected it to be a long war, and fewer still expected it to be a "World War." However, the "Great War," as it was known to contemporaries, in fact was destined to become the First World War -- and it truly was the first modern war. Today it is easy to look back at the Second World War for providing great technical advancements. It ushered in the atomic bomb, jet aircraft and even Silly Putty; however, the First World War also was a war of great technological advances.

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04:19
MIT looks back at Steve Jobs patents, including the...

Steve Jobs may have passed away more than three years ago, but he is still having patents awarded today as applications work their way through the system and old patents are renewed with updates. MIT Technology Review notes that of the 458 patents credited to Jobs, almost a third of them have been awarded since his death in October 2011.

Since his death in 2011 from pancreatic cancer, the former Apple CEO has won 141 patents. That’s more than most inventors win during their lifetimes.

His patent documents act as a record of Apple’s history, says the site … 

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03:14
Apple’s Black Friday deals in effect, (PRODUCT)RED...

Today’s the day for both decent deals as well as that Apple (PRODUCT)RED iTunes gift card you’ve been dreaming of.

Per 9to5Mac, Apple is now offering a one-day-only deal on its products for Black Friday. Customers who purchase qualifying Apple products will receive a (PRODUCT)RED iTunes gift card valued from US$25 to US$100 depending on the product.

Below you’ll find a full list of the qualifying products for each denomination:

iPod touch – US$25
iPod nano – US$25
Apple TV – US$25
Select Beats by Dre headphones – US$25
Any iPad – US$50
Any Mac – US$100

Apple is also donating the proceeds from many specially-marked iOS apps to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS until December 7th.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available...

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03:00
You Should Play: TwoDots brings a much-needed twist...

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

Need a game that will keep you entertained and challenged for hours? Let me help you connect the dots—TwoDots, that is. TwoDots is a dot-connecting game reminiscent of more traditional match-three games (think Candy Crush and Bejeweled), but with a twist: instead of matching tiles, you’re connecting dots.

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02:32
XSAN: No visible Luns

Forums: Troubleshooting

Hello I have XSAN with 4 MacPro's. Two of them are MDC and two clients. Suddenly the volumes disappeared from one of the clients. I checked on one of the mdc and the volumes were visible but in Xsan admin there was a message No visible luns. I turned off all computers and turned on just one of the mdc. Immediately i get a message that the system see some volumes that are not readable and offer me to initiliaze them. Xsan admin no does not see any luns and no volumes are mounted. The LUN are visible in disk utility.

Can you help? What is going on? Can I get my volumes back?

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Thursday November 27

23:50
Black Friday: $200 gift bundles with the purchase of...

Right now at PowerMax.com get close to $200 worth of accessories with the purchase of select in-stock standard configuration new Mac from their online store. Three different bundles are available....



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22:55
Briefly: NewerTech's new Screen Armor for...

NewerTech has introduced an update to its line of Impact X-Orbing Screen Armor, now available for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Featuring military grade, triple-layer protection, the self-adhesive layer requires no water or other liquids for easy, bubble-free installation. the screen protector is compatible with cases, and includes a lifetime limited warranty. Regularly priced at $20 for iPhone 6 and at $25 for iPhone 6 Plus, the Impact X-orbing Screen Armor for the latest iPhones can be ordered through NewerTech. An instant rebate, which can be applied upon ordering at the time of this writing,...



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21:38
Apple Black Friday 2014

Until midnight tonight (November 28) Apple is giving away Product (RED) gift cards ranging from $25 up to $100 with the purchase of qualified products from Apple's Online Store as well as retail locations.



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21:37
Apple’s Black Friday deals are now live: get a $25-...

As we noted earlier this week, Apple is now offering a one-day-only deal on its products for Black Friday. Customers who purchase qualifying Apple products will receive a (PRODUCT)RED iTunes gift card valued from $25 to $100 depending on the product.

Below you’ll find a full list of the qualifying products for each denomination:

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21:31
Apple's Black Friday offer: iTunes Store gift...

Buy a gift, get a gift, and Apple will give a gift to the Global Fund—the Black Friday sale is on at the Apple Store. Apple’s one-day-only deals don’t save you any cash, but you do get a PRODUCT(RED) iTunes gift card with purchase, and Apple makes a donation too.

Buying an iPad or iPhone gets you a $50 gift card, while iPods and the Apple TV come with $25 gift cards—and so do Beats by Dr. Dre headphones and speakers. Mac buyers can get a $100 gift card when purchasing an iMac, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro.

It’s worth noting that these are iTunes Store gift cards, not Apple Store gift cards. You can use them for apps (the App Store’s own RED promotion is still going on through December 7), as well as music, movies, audiobooks, iBooks, in-app purchases, and so on—but not a new iPhone.

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21:05
Apple's Black Friday 2014 event

As the clock strikes midnight, and Black Friday officially begins, we wanted to get things started right away, so we have rounded up a selection of items from Apple's Black Friday sale. This year Apple has combined their Black Friday promotion with the World AIDS day promo announced earlier this week. With qualified purchases, customers will receive Product (RED) gift cards on everything from iPhones and iPads to iPods and Beats by Dr. Dre headphones....



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17:44
Briefly: Three trials same-day delivery, Slingbox...

British carrier Three is starting to offer same-day delivery for smartphone orders, within central London, saving customers from going to a store. The trial will allow customers to order a Samsung Galaxy S5 or the iPhone 6 from the carrier from Monday to Friday between 7am and 3pm at "selected London postcodes," reports Engadget, with customers paying £15 ($23.50) for the privilege....



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16:46
Free Apple TV and the lowest prices anywhere on...

Exclusive: In a deal that only AppleInsider can deliver, we've teamed up with Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama to give away a free Apple TV to every customer who purchases a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, non-Retina iMac, or Mac Pro bundled with AppleCare. These bundles are the most heavily discounted bundles available anywhere, even before the Apple TV is thrown in. There's never been a better time to buy a new Mac.

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16:00
iWork ’14 review: Still waiting for that great leap...

When Apple released the 2013 edition of the productivity suite formerly known as iWork, it represented a radical departure from iWork '09 and earlier versions. The "iWork" moniker disappeared along with upfront costs for many, and those were only two of the 2013 update's many changes. Things only move forward from there as the 2014 iteration doesn't backtrack, so those hoping for the old iWork to rise from the ashes will be disappointed.

However, Apple isn't plowing full steam ahead in the new direction either. This year's updates don't break much—if any—new ground. Rather, they add refinements, and version numbers reflect this: on the Mac, Keynote is now version 6.5, Pages 5.5, and Numbers 3.5 (up from 6.2.2, 5.2.2, and 3.2.2, respectively). And while...

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15:19
Where to find the best Black Friday deals on Apple...

There’s some good Black Friday deals out there if you’re willing to brave the crowds. And if you’re feeling less than completely brave, there’s some good online savings to be had as well.

The cool cats at MacRumors have compiled a terrific Black Friday roundup page, complete with savings from brick and mortar stores such as Apple, Target, Walmart, MacMall, Sam’s Club, Best Buy, Staples, Radio Shack and Toys ‘R Us as well as online outfits like Twelve South, Speck, Apogee, Sonos, Karma and others.

Apple is offering a number of discounts tomorrow (Black Friday) in store and online, click through for the details…

This year’s Apple Black Friday sale includes gift cards ranging from $25-$100 with the following hardware purchases:

  • iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c ($50...
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14:41
Obama signs E-Label Act, allows manufacturers to...

The backs of smartphones will become slightly better looking, after a bill concerning the labeling of electronic devices has been signed into law by President Obama. The E-Label Act, created by Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.), will allow manufacturers to leave off a large amount of the logos and other regulatory iconography from the device itself....



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14:35
Giveaway: Win a Skrillex X UE Boom Bluetooth speaker!

This next prize we are sure anybody would be very thankful to receive. Last week Ultimate Ears released the latest addition to their lineup, the custom designed Skrillex Edition UE Boom. Ultimate Ears teamed up with Skrillex and asked him to create custom artwork for their award-winning Boom speaker. What they created is a speaker that combines high-end sound quality with a twist of rave-culture style....



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14:09
Behind Apple's Sapphire Screen Debacle

Frankie70 (803801) writes Apple invested more than $1 billion in an effort to make sapphire one of iPhone 6's selling point. But the iPhone 6 was released without the sapphire screen. GT Advanced Technologies, the small company chosen to supply Apple with enormous quantities of cheap sapphire, declared bankruptcy a month later. Recent documents from GT's bankruptcy proceedings, and conversations with people familiar with operations at Apple and GT, provide several clues as to what went wrong. GT said that to save costs, Apple decided not to install backup power supplies, and multiple outages ruined whole batches of sapphire. The terms Apple negotiated committed GT to supplying a huge amount of sapphire, but put Apple under no obligation to buy it. In its bankruptcy documents, GT would later accuse Apple of using "bait-and-switch" tactics, and said the terms of the deal were "onerous and massively one-sided."

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14:09
Pre-Black Friday: best SSDs at the lowest prices

This year for Black Friday there will surely be heaps of discounts on solid state storage devices, with many of those deals showing up online already. Right now Newegg has the Corsair 240GB Force LS Series internal solid state drive on sale for $115. That's already a discount of 50 percent off the list price and a $30 rebate card drops the price further to $85. Just that alone makes this the best price out there by nearly $50. Use coupon code 'NAFVC10' and checkout with Visa Checkout to bag an additional $10 in savings....



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13:55
Daily Deal: Get the Active Wrap Bluetooth Headphones...

In today’s iLounge Deal you can pick up a set of SPBEAT9 Active Wrap Bluetooth Headphones for only $24 – that’s over 50% off. Designed to free you from hassling with ugly and knotty wires, these headphones are designed to be durable while also being lightweight and comfortable for all of your physical activities. The built-in lithium-ion battery provides up to 8 hours of non-stop listening, and built-in noise cancelling technology keeps…

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