We have a cool device for you today called the Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool. It’s a car charger with two USB ports, but it also has a built-in window breaker and seat belt cutter for emergency use. It’s $19.95 through us.
Check out the Complete iOS 11 Developer Bundle, a collection of four iOS 11 developer training courses. This is one of our Pay What You Want deals, meaning you can pay anything—even a penny—and get one of the courses (the Starter Edition). Beat the average price, and you’ll get all four. Make the leaderboard at any point, and you’ll be entered into a giveaway.
We have a deal for you on Filmora for Mac, video editing software. It comes bundled with Filmora Education Set, a collection of 60 video assets. You can get this package through us for $49.
Check out FRETX, one of those devices I’d write up as Cool Stuff Found if I didn’t get to offer you a deal on it. This device slips onto the neck of your guitar and then lights up to show you where to put your fingers. It’s controlled by a smartphone app, and it’s $69.99 through us.
We have a bundle of apps called the Storyteller’s Must-Have Mac Bundle. It features seven Mac apps from Mariner software, including StoryMill, Narrator, Mariner Writer, Contour 2, Montage, Persona, and MacJournal, all for $29.
We have a deal on Data Rescue 4 for Mac, a data recovery utility. It can recover files from crashed hard drives, cameras, and more. It’s $49 through us.
Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto took great lengths remain anonymous, yet the NSA figured out who this person is using stylometry—comparing written works to identify someone. The NSA used the data is collected from mass surveillance projects like PRISM to compare known writing from Satoshi and was ultimately able to pin him (or her or them) down, although it isn’t sharing its findings. Turns out our writing is at least as unique as our fingerprints.
We have a deal on the ClutchIt Double-Sided Magnetic Phone Mount. The video below is the company’s crowdfunding pitch, and they successfully brought the device to market. It has dual magnets and dual pivots, and is designed to attach to any metallic surface or “nearly any surface with metal plate pads.” It’s $29.95 through us.
Germany isn’t waiting for others to define a path forward for the ethical behavior of its autonomous cars.
We have a deal for you on CleanMyMac 3 the popular Mac maintenance utility app. You can get a single user license through us for $27.99, with 2-Packs and 5-Packs available, too.
We have a deal for you on the 5-in-1 Clip and Snap Smartphone Camera Lenses. It’s a kit with 5 camera lenses for your smartphone, and the holder clips onto your device. so it fits different smartphones, It’s $17.99 through us.
Check out the Clip On Smartphone LED Selfie Light. It’s a ring of LEDs that fits in your pocket and clips on to your iPhone for taking a well-lit selfie. I’d have covered it as a Cool Stuff Found if we weren’t running a deal on it. Speaking of which, it’s $10.99 through us.
We have a deal on Nisus Writer Pro 2.1.5, a writing app for Mac. It features customizable tool pallets, assignable keyboard shortcuts, the ability to open and save in Word file format, and more. It’s $39 through us.
We have a deal for you on Prizmo 3 Scanning for Mac. It will scan, allow you to edit, and built-in optical character recognition (OCR). You can use your smartphone as your scanner, too. It’s $29.99 through us.
Bloomberg reports that Apple and Comcast have been negotiating with two movie studios for a very early rental of theatrical releases — 17 days later on Apple TV for $50. The theater owners don’t like it.
We have a deal for you on a pair of 1Voice Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones. They have up to 5 hours of playtime, and they’re $22.99 through us.
Check out the iKlips Wizard, a 3-in-1 cable with Lightning, microSD, and USB 3.1 connectors. It lets you transfer files between Macs, PCs, iOS devices, and Android devices. It’s $59 through us.
Check out the CASA USB-C 6-Port Hub with two USB 3.1 Type-A ports, a USB 3.1 Type-C port, plus HDMI, ethernet, and SD card reader. It’s US$79.99 through us.
We have a deal on a 2-year subscription to Private Internet Access VPN. You can get it for $59.95 through us.
There are only a few days left to get ready to watch the August 21st solar eclipse—the first eclipse in nearly 100 years with a path of totality that stretches from coast to coast in the continental United States. TMO put together a list of apps, websites, and other tips to help you get the most out of this once in a lifetime event. We just updated our list with more resources including an interactive Web-based eclipse map, and additional places where you may still be able to find protective eyewear.