Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

This clever power strip (can I even call it that?) is shaped like a cube to accomodate all of your oversized all warts. It even has a couple of USB ports for your convenience. It’s only about a dollar off its usual price right now, but it’s never seen a big discount. [PowerCube Power Strip with 4 outlets, Dual USB Port, $24]


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Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Amazon’s in-house magnetic earbuds are actually pretty great, and luckily, you don’t have to buy a Fire Phone to get them. Normally, they sell for $25, but today only, you can get a pair for $10, plus a $1 MP3 credit. [Amazon Premium Earbuds, $10]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

If you have any old MP3 players or stereos without Bluetooth capabilities, this $20 dongle is an easy way to add them. [GOgroove BlueGATE TRM Wireless A2DP Bluetooth Transmitter / Adapter, $20]

Need a receiver instead to update your old speakers? Try this one. [GOgroove BlueGate Bluetooth Wireless Receiver, $25]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

If you’re paying a monthly modem rental fee to your ISP, you should absolutely buy this modem. Even at full price, it’d pay for itself in a year for most people, but it’s currently marked down to one of its lowest prices ever. [Motorola SurfBoard SB6141 Cable Modem, $69]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

You might not see an immediate need for this type of tool, but the next time you drop something tiny into a hard-to-reach space, you’ll be glad to have it handy. [TEKTON 36-Inch Claw Pick-Up Tool, $6)]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

We all love Logitech gear, and there’s a boatload of it on sale today on Amazon.

Unfortunately, favorites like the Marathon Mouse and G710+ are absent, but everything here is still solid, and all of the prices are fantastic. Some of my personal highlights include the K810 illuminated Bluetooth keyboard for $50, the Z523 speaker system for $55, and the X300 Bluetooth speakers. Let us know about your favorites in the comments! [ Amazon]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Everyone seems to love these desktop chargers, and this one from Anker is one of the best-reviewed. [
Anker 40W 5-Port USB Desk Charger, $20 with code 20DF7105]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Woot! is having a pretty significant gaming sale, with lots of price lows and generally great deals. We put some of the better deals in the respective platforms sections but it’s worth digging through. [Woot! Gaming Sale]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Amazon has a great selection of Ken Burns’ incredible documentaries discounted this week. We’re not even going to attempt to recommend just one. [Ken Burns]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

No more tangles![
SoCoolMart Universal Retractable USB Data Cable with Micro USB Plug, $2, or $4 for a 5-pack]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

$5 for 100 velcro cable ties. Why not, right? [
Velcro Reusable Self-Gripping Cable Ties, 100-pack, $5]


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Charging your phone on the road is pretty much a must these days, but it’s easy and cheap to do with these deals.

Omaker Premium 3 USB 26W 5.1A Aluminum Panel Compact Designed USB Car Charger ($10) | Amazon


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Four million of you have preordered the iPhone 6, and some of you will be wanting a case on day one. Here are some of the best cheap options we’ve seen.

Anker Ultra-Slim Bumper Frame with Clear Back ($6) | Amazon

Anker HD Screen Protector for iPhone 6 ($5) | Amazon

amCase iPhone 6 Hybrid Bumper Case ($3) | Amazon

Spiegen Air Cushion Bumper for iPhone 6 ($10) | Amazon

Spiegen Non-Slip Perfect Fit iPhone 6 Case ($11) | Amazon

KAYSCASE iPhone 6 ArmorBox ($11) | Amazon

JETech iPhone 6 Plus Bumper ($10) | Amazon


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

It’s a big week for media releases, with Ghostbusters getting a Blu-ray 4K Master and Godzilla making the transition from IMAX to your home theater, MetalPak and all.

The Fault in Our Stars rounds out the September 16th lineup, but right around the corner on the 23rd we’ve got Ghost in the Shell and Attack on Titan Part 2.

Check out our Movie Release Calendar for a full list of upcoming releases.


Ingenious Power Strip, Magnetic Amazon Earbuds, Logitech Gear [Deals]

Voting was fierce, but the Travelpro FlightCrew4 22" Rollaboard made it through your security checkpoints to be crowned the Best Carry On Luggage.


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Reminder: Back Up Your Stuff Before iOS 8 Drops Tomorrow

          Reminder: Back Up Your Stuff Before iOS 8 Drops Tomorrow

          iOS 8 is coming tomorrow. (Hands in the air emoji!). Updates are great, but they’re almost always buggy, which means you should back up your stuff before you load up the new platform. Here’s a refresher on how:

          iCloud

          • Make sure you’re connected to Wi-Fi.
          • Go to Setting. Select iCloud.
          • Select Storage & Backup.
          • Tap Back Up Now. Depending on the last time you backed up, this should only take a couple of minutes.

          Reminder: Back Up Your Stuff Before iOS 8 Drops Tomorrow


          iTunes

          • Plug your phone in.
          • Select iPhone tab on the top right-hand corner of iTunes
          • Select the Summary tab.
          • Scroll down to the second section. Under Manually Back Up and Restore, click Back Up Now. Then your computer will automatically begin storing all your stuff. Once again, this shouldn’t take super long, unless of course you never back up your phone.

          Reminder: Back Up Your Stuff Before iOS 8 Drops Tomorrow

          Once you’re all set, upgrade at will. Have fun and good luck!

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          The Consumerprise Comes To Vistor Registration With Envoy

          Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 8.33.55 AM When you think about things that need to be disrupted, the entryway sign-in booklet is probably the last thing on your mind. And yet. Having spent four years at Google and three years at Twitter as a backend engineer, Larry Gadea started building Envoy, an iPad-based, visitor-registration system this past November. At Twitter Gadea was part of the team that built Murder, a BitTorrent for the… Read More

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          Vintage ad promising a free U2 tape with every Walkman is fake

          Vintage ad promising a free U2 tape with every Walkman is fake

          Apple recently gave iTunes users something they didn’t want for free: a new U2 album. Reactions have ranged from "who the hell is U2?" to "who the hell is U2 and why is this on my phone?" The move has also spawned countless jokes, including the photoshop’d image above. Yes, despite looking plausible enough, it’s yet another fake.

          Twitter user JamieDMJ posted this vintage ad for Walkmans (Walkmen?) that promised a free U2 cassette with every purchase. "Exactly how long have U2 been forcing their music on us for?!" reads the tweet.

          It’s a funny chucklegoof. But it’s a fake. The image has clearly been photoshopped from the original 1986 catalogue ad below, found at Retro Mash.

          Vintage ad promising a free U2 tape with every Walkman is fake

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          Leica’s medium-format S shoots 4K video, 37.5-megapixel stills

          Leica’s ready to jump on the professional video bandwagon, releasing its 4K-capable S here at Photokina in Cologne, Germany. The 37.5-megapixel camera sports a medium-format sensor that’s just a hair larger than full-frame, giving you a crop factor of 0.8x. It can snap 3.5 frames per second in a continuous-shooting mode, 1080/30p video and 4K clips at 24 fps. You can capture 42MB RAW files or 37.5, 9.3 or 2.3-megapixel JPGs, but if you’re spending €20,230 ($25,400 in the US) on a camera (body only), you better be shooting RAW.

          The bundled battery lets you snap up to 1,000 stills, so while many pros will be tethered to an external pack or an outlet, you can also use the cam away from another power source if you’d like. There’s clean HDMI output, of course, for pushing 4K video to an external recorder, which you’ll need to purchase separately. You’ll also need to add on a lens, such as the €6,450 ($7,995 in the US) 100mm f/2 Summicron-S we were shooting with in the hands-on photos above. While most of us don’t have nearly $35,000 to spend on a camera and one lens, there’s no doubt that the latest S will make its way onto at least a few magazine cover/billboard/motion picture shoots in the months and years to come.

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          Foxconn employee charged with stealing shells for Apple’s iPhone 6

          Foxconn employee charged with stealing shells for Apple’s iPhone 6

          The suspect allegedly began stealing iPhone 6 shells in July.

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          Ask Slashdot: Any Place For Liberal Arts Degrees In Tech?

          Nerval’s Lobster (2598977) writes A new article in Fast Company suggests tech CEOs want employees with liberal arts degrees, because those graduates have critical thinking skills. Meanwhile, a new article on Dice (yes, yes, we know) posits that STEM degrees such as data science, IT admin, and electrical engineering are what science-and-tech companies are going to want for the foreseeable future. What do you think? What place do those with liberal arts degrees have in companies such as, say, Tesla or a biomedical engineering firm?

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          From E-Commerce to Web 3.0: Let the Bots Do the Shopping

          From E-Commerce to Web 3.0: Let the Bots Do the Shopping

          Back in 2007, even before the iPhone was launched, giving us a powerful computer in our pockets or handbags, I started outlining a vision for Web 3.0. Tim Berners-Lee, a father of the World Wide Web, talks about the “Semantic Web,” a way that computers employ the meaning of words — not just pattern matching […]

          The post From E-Commerce to Web 3.0: Let the Bots Do the Shopping appeared first on WIRED.



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          Tuesday Dealmaster has a just-released Lenovo gaming computer for $300 off

          The Lenovo Erazer X315 can be yours for just $649.99 http://ift.tt/eA8V8J

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          Y Combinator, a Start-Up Incubator, Goes to College

          If you want to attend the classes in person, you’ll have to be a Stanford student. But all the lectures and reading material will also be posted online. http://ift.tt/eA8V8J

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