Mobile charging gets more and more important for many of us, and we have a deal for you today on the BatteryBox that will help. This is a portable charger that provides 60Wh (that's watt hours, not milliwatt hours!) for charging your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, and a mobile device, too. That's an additional 5-13 hours of jusice for your laptop, and days of power for your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. Better yet, you can charge both at the same time. It retails for $220, but through our deal it's $134.99.
Lots of people are stoked about Apple Watch, and if you're a developer, here's your chance to learn how to make apps for the device. We have a deal on the Apple WatchKit Course from Mammoth Interactive. It's five hours of tutorials that will walk you through creating six different sample apps for Apple Watch. You'll learn how to transport data from the iPhone, how to navigate the WatchKit interface, and learn Apple's human interface guidelines for the device. All that for $19. Get on it. Make some cool apps.
If you're a selfie taker, you need the Selfie Stick from iZZi Gadgets. It's a collapsible/extendable rod with a mount that will hold your iPhone or Android device. Extend it, and Boom! Classic selfie. Oh, but wait. It's at the end of that stick? How do you take the photo? This deal has that taken care of, too, because it comes with a Bluetooth remote. Through our deal, you can get it for $24.95.
Stack Social has extended the Ultra-Premium Mac Bundle for one more week. This is a great collection of apps, including ScreenFlow 5, Things 2, Data Rescue 4, ExpanDrive 4, AfterShot Pro 2, Typed, Snapselect, and Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth (a great game!). This is hundreds of dollars in Mac apps for $44.99, but it's ending in 6 days and change.
We have a bundle of six training courses that will teach you to protect yourself on the Internet. There's a course on Word Press security, the command line in Linux, a technical and security course on OS X, a course on white hat hacking and penetration, a course on ethical hacking, and a course on Web scraping. Through our deal, this bundle is just $49, more than 90 percent off retail.
We have a great deal on Dragon Dictate 4 for the Mac from Nuance. these are the people Apple relies on for speech recognition in Siri—they're the best in the world at this stuff. Dragon Dictate 4 for the Mac retails for $200, but with our deal you can get it for half that, $99.99.
This your last chance to pay what you want for the Learn to Design Bundle, a collection of tutorials that will teach you design skills. You'll also learn how to use Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, how to design flat, responsive websites, and more. If you pay the minimum, you get Creative Web Design Course and Responsive Web Design Course. But if you beat the average price ($8.62 as of this writing), you get six more courses. And 10 percent of your purchase price goes to Creative Commons. That's a sweet deal. Get it while you can before it expires.
The Code Black drone with built-in HD camera has been a very popular deal, but it's about to end. As of this writing, there are 11 hours left to get it for $89—retail is $199. It fits in your palm, has a six-axis gyro, takes HD video, and flies for 10 minutes. Check it out.
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.
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