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Apple Releases Photos App for Mac and OS X 10.10.3

1:07 PM, Apr. 8th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · Product News

Apple Releases Photos App for Mac and OS X 10.10.3

Apple released OS X 10.10.3 on Wednesday, an update that includes the long-awaited Photos app. Photos replaces Apple's popular iPhoto software, as well as the company's professional software, Aperture. The update also includes new Emoji characters, adds Spotlight suggestions to Look Up, improves Wi-Fi, and more.

Innori 22400mAh Portable Battery Pack with 3 USB Ports: $39.99

9:30 AM, Apr. 8th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Innori 22400mAh Portable Battery Pack with 3 USB Ports: $39.99

Our deals on portable chargers are always popular, and we have a good one for you today on the Innori 22400mAh Portable Battery Pack. It has three USB charging ports, and it optimizes the charge for the device you plug into it.  You can get this portable charger for 42% off through our deal, at $39.99.

Bill O’Reilly Calls Apple Today’s Opium on Fox News

8:05 PM, Apr. 7th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · Cool Stuff Found

The young people with their twitter tweets and facespaces and tap screens and hoohaws! They're ruining America! They're zombies! Faces all mashed into the shiny...and Apple and its retail stores and those iPhones and iPads are at the center of it! Or so Bill O'Reilly of Fox News would have us believe. Maybe he's gunning for Andy Rooney's beat over at 60 Minutes, or maybe he's just pandering to the Fox News demo. Either way, he sent Jesse Watters (posted to YouTube by IamYesYes, via CNet) to an Apple Store to ask people if they'd rather give up their Apple devices or sex. Because #lolthatshilarious. In the piece, Mr. O'Reilly says Apple devices are like opium, and he inferred that they're ruining America. Also, he would like the youths to please get and stay off his lawn.

HBO Now Live on Apple TV and iOS Today

6:54 PM, Apr. 7th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · News

HBO Now on Apple TV

HBO Now went live on iOS and Apple TV Tuesday. The standalone service allows users to get HBO content without a cable or satellite TV subscription. It was announced on March 9th for a premier in April, and that day in April is at hand—just in the nick of time for Game of Thrones season 5.

iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit with 70 Tools: $64.99

9:30 AM, Apr. 7th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit with 70 Tools: $64.99

I love iFixIt's tools. I have the company's lock pick set (it's writing research, folks) and one of its bit kits. They're super high quality, and I'm a total fan boy—which is I am delighted that we can offer you a deal on the iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit. This collection has 70 industry-standard tools—including Pentalobe and Torque Security bits—designed to help you fix computers and gadgets. It all rolls up in an included canvas carrier, too. There's a video walkthrough on the deal site, as well as images. Through our deal you can get the iFixIt Pro Tech Toolkit for $64.99, 40 percent off retail. 

Hand Stylus: $14.95

3:15 PM, Apr. 6th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Hand Stylus: $14.95

We have a deal on a stylus for you today called Hand Stylus. According to the manufacturer, it has the world’s smallest conductive-silicone 4 mm rubber tip. Better yet, that tip is retractable and replaceable. It retails for $25, but through our deal you can get it for $14.95, a 40 percent discount. Check it out!

iPhone 6 and iOS 8 Lead Apple to Record Share in China

11:29 PM, Apr. 3rd, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · News

iPhone 6 and iOS 8 Lead Apple to Record Share in China

Apple enjoyed record market share in China during the three months ending in February according to a new report from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. iPhone 6 was the number one selling smartphone in China during the period, and iOS grew its market share to 27.6 percent, up from 17.9 percent in the year ago period—Android lost 9.4 percent share, but still ruled the market with 70.9 total share.

Save 85% On The Complete Apple Watch Developer Course: $29

7:06 PM, Apr. 3rd, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Save 85% On The Complete Apple Watch Developer Course: $29

If you want to make apps for Apple Watch, we have a great deal for you on a training course. This full spectrum course covers Objective-C and Swift, and applies them specifically to coding for the Apple Watch. There are 13 hours of content, 240 video lectures, and free source code you can modify for your own apps. Through our deal you can get this training course for $29, 85 percent off retail.