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Full Stack Hacker Developer Training Bundle: $49

6:02 PM, Feb. 25th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Full Stack Hacker Developer Training Bundle: $49

Today's deal will get you eight developer training courses for just $49. It's called the Full Stack Hacker Bundle, and it includes courses on Amazon Web Services, HTML 5, GitHub fundamentals, Python, MySQL, PHP, and more. The retail value of this package is $668.

Daimler Chairman Continues Auto Industry’s Dismissal of Apple Car

9:53 PM, Feb. 24th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · Analysis

Daimler Chairman Continues Auto Industry's Dismissal of Apple Car

Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of Daimler AG and chief executive of Mercedes-Benz Cars, has stepped up to be the next major auto executive to dismiss Apple's much rumored "Titan" car. Dr. Zetsche, a 37 year veteran of Daimler, said that Apple has no experience in cars and asked why the iPhone maker would be interested in such a low margin business.

Large ilumi LED Smartbulb for $89

4:42 PM, Feb. 24th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Large ilumi LED Smartbulb for $89

The ilumi-brand LED lightbulbs are now available in a larger size, and we have a deal on them. These bulbs are fully controllable from your iPhone or iPad, including hue and intensity. The app also allows you to program the lights for automated sequences like waking up in the morning to a slowly brightening light. The larger size is designed for overhead lighting, and you get these devices for $89 through our deal.

Samsung Buys ‘Battery Pack Business’ for Electric Cars

10:40 PM, Feb. 23rd, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · Analysis

Samsung Buys 'Battery Pack Business' for Electric Cars

Samsung announced Monday that it will acquire the "battery pack business" of Magna International, a major automotive supplier. The company said the purchase, "is expected to enhance Samsung SDI’s capabilities in batteries for electric vehicles by combining the company’s established leadership in battery cells and modules with Magna's expertise in battery packs."

Power Vault 18000mAh Portable Battery Pack for $29.99

6:27 PM, Feb. 23rd, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Power Vault 18000mAh Portable Battery Pack for $29.99

We have a great deal on the Power Vault 18,000mAh Portable Battery Pack for just $29.99. In addition to a high capacity, it has two USB ports so you can charge two devices at one time. It's slender, can stand on its edge, and has a minimalist style. Check it out.

TravelCard iOS Lightning Wallet-Size Charger for $29

4:44 PM, Feb. 20th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

TravelCard iOS Lightning Wallet-Size Charger for $29

Check out the TravelCard iOS Lightning Wallet-Size Charger. It's a portable battery for recharging your Lightning iOS devices, and it's tiny enough to fit in your wallet like a credit card. At that size, it's capacity is an impressive 1,500mAh—that's enough for a 30-40 percent charge on your iPhone, less on an iPad. It's perfect for an emergency boost you don't have to think about bringing with you. Through our deal, you can get this device for $29.

Apple Car Will Reportedly Enter Production in 2020

9:43 PM, Feb. 19th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · Rumor

the Apple Crystal Ball

Apple will reportedly begin production on its much-rumored Apple Car in 2020. Bloomberg reported Thursday that the company is pushing its development team to have the car in production in that time frame. Apple hasn't commented on the rumor, and Bloomberg didn't specify its sources.

Register for the Macbook Pro Giveaway

7:43 PM, Feb. 19th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · TMO Deals

Register for the Macbook Pro Giveaway

We have another giveaway for you today, this time a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display. All you have to do is register to receive notification of TMO deals, something you should do anyway. The giveaway ends on March 15th. Check out the giveaway page for more information, and get registered! We'd love for you to read TMO on laptop you won from us.

Lenovo Installs Backdoor Malware on Its PCs Usable by Anyone

6:13 PM, Feb. 19th, 2015 · Bryan Chaffin · News

Lenovo Installs Backdoor Malware on Its PCs Usable by Anyone

Computer maker Lenovo has been caught shipping computers installed with software that gives it, or a malicious hacker, backdoor access to the PC. The company claims the backdoor is there to, "help customers potentially discover interesting products while shopping," but it also allows a man-in-the-middle attack.