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Apple MFi summit coming Nov. 12-14; Joswiak goes to Code/Mobile

09/11, 3:41pm

MFi gathering will brief companies on HomeKit, iBeacon, other tech

Apple will hold its annual Made for iPod/iPhone/iPad summit between November 12th and 14th this year in Shenzhen, China, according to an announcement. The event is intended to brief accessory and peripheral manufacturers. This year Apple says that sessions will concentrate on HomeKit, iBeacon, AirPlay, and in-app purchases.

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Briefly: Netflix adds Post-Play to Chromecast, new Epson printers

09/09, 11:21pm

Netflix announces availability of Post-Play feature for Google Chromecast

TV and movie streaming platform Netflix has announced that its Post-Play feature is now available for use with Google Chromecast devices. Netflix "casted" to Chromecast is now capable of playing the next episode in a TV series automatically after the end of an episode. Customers using Android or iOS devices sending content to a Chromecast dongle can utilize this function as they already have been able to when viewing Netflix on their device alone. PC support is expected to be made available in the future.

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Apple Store goes down, Apple TV channel goes up ahead of press event

09/09, 9:08am

Regular Apple event prep underway

The online Apple store has gone down temporarily, ahead of today's press event. Apple regularly takes the store offline just before an event, so that product pages can be put in place without spoiling announcements. Typically, the store only returns after the event is completely finished.

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Tesoro brings upcoming mechanical keyboards, mice to PAX Prime

09/07, 6:40pm

New Tizona LED, Excalibur LED and Shrike mouse put on display with company's catalog

At Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, peripheral manufacturer Tesoro put a number of new devices on display for consumers, including new keyboards and mice. Some new devices, including an LED version of the Tizona, the recently-announced Excalibur LED, and a new version of the Shrike mouse are said to be coming to the market in the next two months.

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Briefly: Just Mobile's backup battery, iMac-mounted USB 3.0 hub

09/06, 6:01pm

TopGum backup battery with Lightning cable announced at IFA 2014

Just Mobile has announced the launch of its new backup battery at IFA 2014, the TopGum. A portable power pack clad in unibody aluminum, TopGum features a tangle-free Lightning cable and a magnetic recharging dock, for recharging without the need to find additional cords. The TopGum's capacity allows for an iPhone to charge up to three times, or top up an iPad mini to 75 percent. Also featured is a standard USB connection, meaning USB-powered devices can be recharged, and TopGum's internal batteries can be refilled when its dock is out of reach. The TopGum backup battery is priced at $80.

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DealNN: 21.5-inch iMac slashed to $1,030

09/05, 11:11am

21.5-inch iMac slashed to $1,030

MacMall.com has the previous-generation 21.5-inch iMac on sale for $1,110, which is already $390 off the list price of $1,500. An $80 mail-in-rebate offer is also available, that drops the price further to $1,030. That discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this Mac model by more than $350. This iMac features a 2.9GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. It is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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Briefly: Isis Wallet now Softcard, FAVI's $35 MiraStick

09/04, 2:36pm

Mobile payment service Isis Wallet to rebrand itself as Softcard

Isis Wallet, a mobile payment service for iOS and Android, is moving to rebrand itself in the coming weeks as Softcard. Initially announced in July, the company has stated that the name change is to avoid association with Middle Eastern militant group ISIS. The new name, Softcard, aims to reflect the visual nature of its already-established payment system, which allows its users to pay for purchases by adding participating credit cards to their "Wallet."

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Briefly: Cross DJ for Android adds MIDI control, PC-V1000L Tower case

09/04, 1:37am

Cross DJ for Android updated, adds controller compatibility, record and sharing on Mixcloud, SoundCl

DJing app Cross DJ has updated its Android version, now enabling external controllers and other features. Users can now connect their Android device to the U-Mix Control-Pro, a MIDI controller that has all Cross DJ controls mapped onto it. When using the controller users can browse, scratch, sync tracks, add effects and more.

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Logitech K480 keyboard switches between phones, tablets, computers

09/03, 3:40pm

Switch toggles between Bluetooth-connected devices

Logitech has announced a new keyboard peripheral, the K480. While usable as a generic, compact Bluetooth keyboard, the K480 is more versatile in being able to connect to three devices simultaneously, including Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and even Chrome OS devices. A dial lets users change which device is being controlled.

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Native Instruments announces Komplete 10 bundles, new keyboards

09/02, 12:49pm

Komplete gets new Rounds, Kontour, Polyplex instruments

Native Instruments has announced Komplete 10, the next version of its audio production suite, bundling together all its instruments with some extra perks. This version adds several new instruments, including Rounds, Kontour, and Polyplex. Rounds combines sound design and sequencing functions, while Kontour is a synthesizer with "organic" textures. Polyplex designs drumkits, combining up to four samples per slot; randomization can be applied on a global, sound, or sample level.

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DealNN: iPad mini for $200

09/02, 12:07pm

iPad mini for $200

Right now at BestBuy.com, get the 16GB iPad mini in Space Gray on sale for $200. That is $100 off the list price of $300, and about $50 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. Free US shipping is included, but sales tax applies for residents of most states. This iPad features a Retina display, 1GHz A5 dual-core processor, 16GB of storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, iSight camera and a FaceTime front-facing camera. Included is a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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Review: Logitech Hyperion Fury mouse

08/30, 2:00am

Great control, quick DPI adjustments packaged with hybrid optical sensor

Selecting the correct gaming mouse comes down to finding a device that balances the needs of a user with a price they can afford. Often the features break down to styles of play, allowing manufacturers to design and market peripherals for specific genres of games. For first person shooters (FPS) the market is especially competitive, forcing companies to innovate and push themselves to come up with something new that gamers can't resist. Logitech Gaming recently released the Hyperion Fury, a mouse created fit the needs of demanding FPS players. But does the Hyperion Fury have what it takes to lure gamers in, or is it just another device on the shelves? Find out in our review.

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DealNN: iPads, iMacs and curved HDTVs

08/29, 2:17pm

iPads, iMacs and curved HDTVs

Staples.com is currently offering a $30 price cut on the 32GB iPad Air in Space Gray, which drops the cost from $599 down to $569. Use coupon code '11605' at checkout to drop the price down to $469, beating the next lowest price by more than $65. This iPad features 32GB of storage space, a 9.7-inch Retina display, A7 chip with M7 motion coprocessor, built-in Wi-Fi, 5MP iSight camera, FaceTime HD camera and a battery that lasts for up to 10 hours. It is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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Showtime Anytime arrives on Apple TV

08/26, 11:30am

Live streaming locked to authenticated subscription

In addition to an updated iTunes Festival app, the Apple TV has also been refreshed with Showtime Anytime, an app for the Showtime TV network. While some episodes are available on-demand for free, full use of the app -- including live streaming -- requires authenticating a subscription with compatible providers. That list includes AT&T U-Verse, Bright House, Comcast Xfinity, Cox, DirecTV, Optimum, Time Warner, Verizon FiOS, and a number of regional firms.

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Briefly: Dropbox iOS update, Thunderbolt 2 SATA Adapters

08/25, 11:45pm

Dropbox update for iOS adds higher fidelity previews for Word and PowerPoint documents

Cloud storage platform Dropbox has updated its iOS app today. Allowing users to access any file saved to their Dropbox from an iOS device, v3.3 can now offer search within Word and PowerPoint documents. Larger animated GIFs are supported, and improved caching allows the app to use less data and disk space.

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Briefly: Satechi Bluetooth smart keyboard, Spotify's listening map

08/22, 11:02pm

Satechi's Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keyboard now available

Satechi has announced the release of its new Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keyboard, suitable for Mac or PC systems. Measuring 0.7 inches thick, the keyboard's wireless functionality allows users to have an extra USB port available to them, and can use the keyboard from up to 33 feet away. Its multimedia keys provide access to controlling video and audio content, including play/pause, volume, forward/backtrack and activating functions on other mobile devices. The white version of the keyboard features specific keys mapped for use with OS X and iOS, and the black version mapped for PC and Android features. Priced at $55, Satechi's smart keyboard is available through Amazon and the company's own online store.

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Briefly: Kaebo cloth Lightning cable, bike mount case for iPhone

08/22, 7:45pm

Juno Power announces cloth braided Lightning cables

Portable power solutions company Juno Power has announced its newest line of Lightning adapter cables, named Kaebo. An Apple-certified charge-and-sync cable, the Kaebo features high-strength cloth that is resistant to rips or tears. Its aluminum build is designed to withstand most accidental damage. The cable is equipped with an aluminum connector and USB head for optimal performance, and is available in silver, light gold, and slate gray. Measuring at one meter (3.3 feet) long, the Kaebo is priced at $22 through Juno Power and Amazon.

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DealNN: MacBook Air, iMac, HDTVs and more

08/22, 2:34pm

MacBook Air, iMac, HDTVs and more

BestBuy.com this week is offering a $150 discount on the current-generation 13.3-inch MacBook Air, dropping the price from $999 down to $849. That discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this Mac model by about $50. This MacBook Air features a 1.4GHz Intel core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB solid state drive. It is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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Apple TV 'unavailable for pickup' at many US Apple Stores

08/21, 9:25am

Empty stocks linked to $25 iTunes cards

The Apple TV is showing as "unavailable for pickup" at many Apple Stores across the US, including the most high-profile ones in California, Texas, and New York. The absent stocks are reportedly being blamed on the ongoing $25 iTunes card bundle. Sales may also be influenced by a recent Lollapalooza livestream, and Apple's forthcoming coverage of iTunes Festival London.

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Apple TV gets delayed NFL Now app

08/20, 2:41pm

Includes access to personalized streams

Nearly two weeks after its announcement on August 7, the NFL Now Apple TV app has finally gone live. Functionally, the app is similar to its iOS counterpart, providing a certain amount of free content, while moving other material -- such as game highlights and NFL Films specials -- behind a paywall. The NFL is promising to add 105 hours of original content per week.

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DealNN: Retina MacBook Pros, 4K HDTVs and more

08/19, 1:58pm

Retina MacBook Pros, 4K HDTVs and more

Amazon this week cuts the cost on the 15.4-inch Retina MacBook Pro from $2,599 down to $2,250 with free delivery. That $350 discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this by $150. This MBP features a 2.3GHz Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of PCIe-based flash storage. Included is a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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Review: Tesoro Tizona G2N Elite mechanical gaming keyboard

08/17, 7:00pm

Keyboard offers quick response, switch choices in compact package, but few macro keys

The market for gaming keyboards is getting crowded, starting off with some fairly simple keyboards and diverging into the land of modular configurations and piecemeal construction. But what about gamers that just want a plain mechanical keyboard that handles the daily grind with ease, only to spring to life in gaming situations? Would what a relatively unknown brand - Tesoro Tizona -- calls a "tenkeyless" keyboard be something that users should consider, or would they be better off looking for something a little more complex? Find out in our review.

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DealNN: iMacs, iPads, printers and more

08/15, 3:47pm

iMacs, iPads, printers and more

At BestBuy.com this week, get the 21.5-inch iMac for $990. That's $110 off the list price of $1,100, and the lowest price we have seen by $10. Free US shipping is included, but sales tax applies for residents of most states. This iMac features a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive. It is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple. This configuration is also available in open-box condition for $921.

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Mac reseller Dr. Bott exiting market, liquidating inventory

08/14, 8:10pm

Company specialized in Apple accessories, reseller distribution

Veteran Apple and Macintosh accessory reseller Dr. Bott is closing its doors after 15 years in the business, and offering discounts on its remaining stock to liquidate its inventory. The Wilsonville, Oregon-based company, which acted as both a vendor and distributor of its own and other companies' products, said it was "sad to announce" the closure, but did not elaborate on the reasons behind it.

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Razer announces Chroma versions of three gaming devices

08/14, 7:53pm

Full-spectrum, color-customizable lighting added to keyboard, mouse and headphones

Gaming accessories manufacturer Razer announced at Gamescom this week that it would be bringing new versions of three of its devices to the market with a new feature. Chroma, a new system that allows custom color backlighting adjustments and syncing across enabled devices, is being been added to the Razer DeathAdder mouse, BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard, and Kraken 7.1 headset.

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Review: GX Gaming DeathTaker mouse

08/14, 1:00am

Mouse offers a great core and software, but button and comfort issues hard to overcome

Gaming is a serious endeavor for many people, driving them to look for the best performance in their system and interface devices. From the pinpoint accuracy needed to get the perfect shot to the ability to unleash a string of macros, there are many things to consider when looking for the perfect mouse. But with the number of big companies offering mice, is it worth it to look to some of the smaller manufacturers? For example, should consumers consider the DeathTaker mouse from GX Gaming? It offers a number of options that should be appealing to gamers, but are they enough to make gamers look toward the company's brand of gaming devices? Find out in our review.

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Forums: Bugs in Yosemite

08/12, 3:48pm

Bugs in Yosemite

This week in the MacNN forums, members continue to discuss bugs they have found in the developer preview and beta versions of Yosemite. Today "angelmb" started a thread looking for help trying to figure out what keeps causing "Circus Ponies NoteBook" to crash, and they included a complete crash report.

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DealNN: Staples online offers iPad Air for $399

08/12, 3:44pm

iPad Air with Retina display cut to $399

At Staples.com right now, get the 16GB iPad Air in Space Gray for $499. Use coupon code 79449 to drop the price down to $399. That discount makes this the best price we have seen on this model by about $50. This iPad model features a Retina display, Apple A7 processor, built-in Wi-Fi, 5MP iSight camera, FaceTime HD camera, and comes with iOS 7 and iCloud.

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Apple gives away $25 iTunes gift cards with new Apple TV purchases

08/12, 11:37am

Likely attempt to revive sales

In tandem with the upcoming iTunes Festival in London, Apple has announced a promotion that will get buyers of new Apple TVs a $25 iTunes gift card. The deal runs through September 30th, the end of the festival. The card can be used to buy apps, music, movies, TV shows, and books.

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DealNN: 13.3-inch rMBP for $1,450

08/08, 11:03am

13.3-inc rMBP for $1,450

At Adorama.com this week, get the 13.3-inch Retina MacBook Pro on sale for $1,449. That's $250 less than the MSRP of $1,699, and the lowest price we have seen on this Mac model by the same price margin. Free US shipping is included, but sales tax is applied for residents of New York state. This MBP features retina display, a 2.6GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM and 128GB of flash storage. It is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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ABC News app for Apple TV proving more popular than mobile, desktop

08/06, 2:55pm

Users tuning in during primetime hours

ABC News has published new statistics showing that its Apple TV app is enjoying early popularity. During its first 30 days, the app is said to have registered about 50 percent more live video access than ABC's desktop and mobile services combined. Moreover, viewers are said to spend 65 percent more time per session on the Apple TV than on ABC's website.

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DealNN: new Mac Pro now $3,199

08/05, 3:48pm

new Mac Pro now $3,199

Currently, Adorama.com has the new Mac Pro on sale for $3,199. That's $200 off the list price of $3,399, and about $150 less than the lowest price seen anywhere else. This Mac Pro features a 3.7GHz Intel Xeon E5 quad-core processor, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of PCIe-based flash storage. Included is a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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Updated Apple TV beta firmware brings interface in line with iOS 7

08/04, 2:52pm

Changes only cosmetic

Today's updated Apple TV beta firmware brings a new look to the home screen, users note. This includes redesigned icons, as well as a thinner font. Both of the changes bring the look of the Apple TV closer to par with iOS 7, on which the firmware is based, but no extra changes apart from the last beta's Family Sharing and iCloud Photos support.

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NFL Now coming to Apple TV soon, source indicates

08/04, 9:59am

No live games to be included

NFL Now -- a video service launching later this month -- will also be getting an Apple TV app, as revealed by an image shared by a worker inside the league. While the app will offer live coverage of events like press conferences and Hall of Fame inductions, users won't be able to watch full games. Instead the app will mostly offer on-demand content, including original programming, NFL Films material, and highlights, including a "premium instant highlights service during the game window."

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MakerBot expands into Europe with German reseller acquisition

08/01, 3:58pm

MakerBot Europe formed to manage Central, Eastern European 3D printer sales

MakerBot is making an expansion into Europe, by acquiring its largest reselling partner. A seller of MakerBot products in Germany for a number of years, Hafner's Büro has been rebranded as MakerBot Europe and will manage resellers of its 3D printer range across Central and Eastern Europe, with a view to covering more markets within the continent in the future.

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Friday Deals: iPad Air, Readdle apps, OWC Garage Sale, more

08/01, 12:28pm

Electronista and MacNN deals for August 1, 2014

Once again, it's time for the MacNN and Electronista Friday Deals! Every Friday, we're going to take a look at current sales, and bring you what we think are some of the best bargains on prime apps, gadgets, and peripherals for you, our faithful readers. All prices are verified at the time of publication, but any sales may not be valid if you're reading a few days down the line. Check pricing before you click buy! We have a tendency to add deals over the weekend as we find them, so check back often!

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Apple updates Epson drivers, Yosemite Feedback Assistant

07/31, 9:30pm

First incremental update for OS X 10.10 includes Public Beta users

On Thursday, Apple updated its supported drivers for Epson printers and scanners for all OS X Snow Leopard (10.6), Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8) and Mavericks (10.9) users, and also added an update intended only for those testing the forthcoming OS X 10.10 Yosemite beta (either developers or members of the Beta Seed Program). The latter is just a small incremental update to the Feedback Assistant used to send Apple data on issues with the beta, and is available to all Yosemite testers.

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No redesigned Apple TV set-top until 2015, report says

07/30, 4:24pm

Cable deals, Comcast/Time Warner merger interfering

Apple is indeed working on a new set-top that will let people will watch both live and on-demand TV, but won't have it ready until sometime in 2015, a source indicates. Engineers at the company are allegedly being told not to expect to ship the device this year, and working along that timeline. The issue is claimed to be cable companies "dragging their heels," and the possible Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger, which together are interfering not only with the device but a matching TV service.

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Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury claimed as 'fastest gaming mouse'

07/30, 3:02pm

Gaming mouse from Logitech capable of tracking at over 500 inches per second

Peripheral producer Logitech has created what it claims is the world's fastest gaming mouse ever manufactured. The G402 Hyperion Fury uses Logitech's Fusion Engine system on a built-in 32-bit ARM processor for tracking, allowing it to keep up with tracking speeds faster than 500 inches per second, more than the preceding G502 Proteus Core's 300 inches per second tracking.

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Briefly: Galaxy Avant at T-Mobile, Tesoro Lobera Supreme keyboard

07/30, 1:00pm

T-Mobile announces availability of Samsung Galaxy Avant for $9 per month

T-Mobile has announced its release of the new Samsung Galaxy Avant, available starting today. Promoted as part of its Uncarrier lineup, the Samsung Galaxy Avant features a quad-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1.5GB RAM, and a 4.5-inch qHD screen. The phone connects to T-Mobile's 4G LTE network, and is priced at $220, or $0 down and $9 a month for 24 months. The Simple Choice plan includes no traditional contract, no overages, no device financing fees, global roaming and the company's Music Freedom service.

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DealNN: Mac mini for $490

07/29, 2:19pm

Mac mini for $490

Currently, BestBuy.com is offering a $110 discount on the Mac mini, dropping the price from $600 down to $490. That discount makes this around $60 less than buying it anywhere else, and it's nearly $10 less than what Apple charges for a refurbished model. They also have it in open-box condition from $465. This Mac mini features a 2.5GHz Intel core i5 processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000, 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive. Included is a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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CNBC, Fox Now added to US Apple TV lineup

07/29, 11:23am

Bulk of content locked to cable subscriptions

Apple has added a pair of new app channels to the Apple TV, CNBC and Fox Now. The former is NBC's business network, while the latter offers access to shows like Glee, Family Guy, and The Following. In both cases, viewers must have a cable subscription to unlock the full range of content. Otherwise, people are limited to a much smaller selection of clips and episodes.

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DealNN: $300 off 15.4-inch rMBP

07/25, 3:44pm

$300 off 15.4-inch rMBP

This week at B&H.com, save $300 on the 15.4-inch Retina MacBook Pro which has been cut from $3,099 down to $2,799. That discount makes this nearly $160 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. Included is a free copy of either Parallels Desktop 9 or LoJack. This MBP features a 2.3GHz Intel Core i7 (Crystalwell) processor, 16GB of RAM and 1TB of PCIe-based flash storage. It is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor from Apple.

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Review: Razer Taipan mouse

07/25, 12:45am

Low profile, symmetrical design gives users balance, comfort and button choices

The list of gaming devices is growing larger with each passing day. A large number of companies have entered the gaming input arena, already containing some well-known names in the industry. Many PC gamers know one such name, Razer, as the go-to company for mice and other controls. The Taipan is a mouse that Razer has offered since 2012, but gave it new flair with a white finish this May. Does the new finish give gamers a good reason to revisit the Taipan, or is it a dated approach to gaming? Find out in our review.

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Briefly: Origin's EVO15-S laptop, Adata's DDR3 overclocking memory

07/24, 8:20pm

Origin PC introduces new EVO15-S lightweight gaming laptop, Back to School promotion

Origin PC has announced its new EVO15-S gaming laptop, as well as a Back to School promotion. The laptop is thin, with a width measuring 0.78 inches, and weighing 4.36 pounds. Featuring a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 Processor, 16GB of DDR3 memory, Nvidia GeForce GTX 870M 3GB discrete graphics and Creative Sound Blaster Cinema 2 sound, the 15-inch laptop manages up to four hours of battery life. The EVO15-S includes Bluetooth 4.0, a KillerNIC E2200 LAN connection and USB 3.0 connectivity. Its anti-ghosting backlit keyboard offers seven standard color choices, with the option to fully customize colors and zones. The laptop's exterior can also be customized with a variety of paint choices and etching options.

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Crowdfunding Critic: Pond wireless charging system

07/24, 5:28pm

System has days to go, and several thousand dollars is still needed

Historically, MacNN and Electronista have covered few, if any, in-progress crowd-sourced projects unless there was something unusual about them, like making 100x their goal. Starting this week, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons we're going to look at crowd-funded projects that we find interesting. Keep in mind that we aren't specifically endorsing any projects, or telling you that there aren't any risks in funding a prospective project, we're just pointing out something we found that we like. Please do your research before investing! That all said, our inaugural crowd-sourced project this week comes to us from Kickstarter -- the Pond Wireless Charging device for iPhone 5/5s, Android and Windows.

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Steam Controller image leak suggests another iteration coming soon

07/24, 11:54am

Image shows thumbstick on Steam Controller replacing button group

Valve Software may have made another change to its Steam Controller, the gaming peripheral designed for use with Steam Machine game consoles. An image appearing in files associated with the beta version of the PC Steam client shows a modified version of the last controller design, with four face buttons instead replaced by a thumbstick.

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Rumor: Apple working with Swatch, Timex, more for 'iWatches'

07/23, 11:16pm

Collaboration, if true, could bring diversity of styles and models

Though Swatch is perhaps best-known these days for pooh-poohing the idea that Apple's forthcoming "iWatch" health device would "be a revolution," a new rumor from anonymous sources claims that the Swiss watchmaker may be among other watch firms working with Apple to bring the "iWatch" technologies to a wide range of co-branded devices for different markets. While such collaborations would be unusual for Apple normally, the company has been opening itself up to more partnerships lately.

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DealNN: 11.6-inch MacBook Air cut to $950

07/22, 1:20pm

11.6-inch MacBook Air cut to $950

This week, BestBuy.com is offering sale prices on a variety of Mac models, one being the 11.6-inch MacBook Air, which has seen a $150 discount from $1,099 down to $949. That discount makes this the best price currently available on this Mac model by $50. Free US shipping is included, and sales tax applies for residents of most states. This MBA features a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 256GB of solid state storage. A one-year warranty on parts and labor is included from Apple.

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Briefly: Thunderbolt to eSATA adapter, new DevonTechnologies freeware

07/18, 11:25pm

Kanex Products introduces Thunderbolt to eSATA adapter

Kanex Products has announced the release of its Thunderbolt to eSATA and USB 3.0 adapter. Allowing users to connect Thunderbolt-equipped Mac or PC to an eSATA device, the adapter is capable of extending the use of existing eSATA-equipped external storage units. It USB 3.0 port facilitates a fast connection to peripherals that users may already have, such as external hard drives, a keyboard, or mouse.

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