We have a deal on cloud storage service pCloud Premium Plus. It’s a one year subscription for 2TB of space, including 2TB of download bandwidth, all through a 256-bit TLS/SSL connection. One year is $29.99 through us.
The TRON light cycles were really cool in the original 1982 movie, and even cooler in 2010’s TRON: Legacy. The only way to ramp up that coolness even more is with LEGO, and that’s exactly what happened. LEGO is releasing its TRON: Legacy Light Cycle kit on March 31st for US$34.99. The kit is a fan-designed LEGO Ideas winner and includes two light cycles, Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler minifigures, and even has the light cycle energy walls. You can order your kit on the LEGO website, or visit a LEGO store this Saturday.
Apple plans to start airing its original TV shows as early March 2019, but no later than summer 2019.
He’ll be talking design, including working on that famous 6 color Apple logo.
I spotted the Azio mechanical keyboard as a sponsored post in my Instagram feed last night, and I thought it was super cool. Originally funded on Indiegogo for more than $388,000, the Azio keyboard is shipping now. The one shown in the image below is the Azio Retro Classic BT (for Bluetooth), with a USB version available, too. It’s not quite steampunk, but it’s close, and there are several other styles, too. There are also also different color options for each model. There are also models with modern key shapes, and some much cheaper entry-level models, but I love this typewriter feel on the Retro Classic. It’s priced at $189 for USB and $219 for Bluetooth. The video is from the original Indiegogo campaign. [2nd Update: Azio told me that the Bluetooth version supports the Mac and comes with replaceable keys. The USB version is Windows only. – Bryan] [3rd Update: I’ve now published an Azio Retro Classic BT Mac review].
The apps and games included are Concepts, Grokker, TypeShift, War Dragons, and codeSpark Academy.
If these accessibility emojis are approved, they would be included in Emoji 12.0 which comes out in the first half of 2019.
We have a clever little device for today’s deal, ShutterGrip. It’s a grip that fits on your iPhone and it has a Bluetooth button for triggering your camera. It’s designed to make your iPhone (or Android device, if that’s your thing) easier to hold and balance while you’re snapping pics, and it fits on most devices with or without a case. This is one of those products I’d have made a Cool Stuff Found if we weren’t running it as a deal.
Now that the window has closed for developers to toss their hat in the ring in hopes of scoring Worldwide Developer Conference 2018 passes has closed, notifications are heading out.
Only go through with this guide if you deleted your Facebook account and want nothing more to do with it. This is basically the scorched earth nuclear option.
There is a social network for anyone, like readers, athletes, outdoorsman, and a whole lot more.
Just as it neglected the Mac, Apple neglected the education market for too long. It’ll be a major challenge to solve its new education problem, and less expensive iPads are only a start.
Get ready for a foldable iPhone, because that’s exactly what one analyst says is coming in 2020.
For another quick tip, if you don’t want to hide an app, but want to minimize it using the keyboard, press Command (⌘) + M.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to look at some cool alternatives to Apple’s Terminal app, plus they share some handy command line tools.
Apple’s March 27th “Let’s take a field trip” media event in Chicago will highlight education-focused software, along with lower priced iPads for the education market.
Adweek has a great behind-the-scenes video that shows—among other things—that all that stretchy-house stuff from Apple’s new HomePod ad was done with practical effects, rather than CGI.
IK Multimedia shipped AmpliTube Leslie and T-RackS Leslie on Thursday. Announced in January, these are amp models for the famous Lesli rotary speakers. I love a great guitar sound coming through a Leslie, having played in a band that used one. And, of course, A Hammond B3…man, I love a Leslie! Anyhoo, this software package for AmpliTube and T-RackS include: Leslie Type 147, 122, 122A; Leslie 3300w, Leslie G-37, Leslie Studio 12. It also includes five Leslie amp models, including: Leslie Type 147, Leslie Type 122 – vintage tube model; Leslie Type 122A – new tube model; Leslie 3300w – new hybrid amp, and the Leslie G-37/Studio 12 – new hybrid amp. The AmpliTube and T-RackS apps are US$99.99 each, or you can get both for $149.99. They’re available now. The promo video below gives a nice overview of what they can do.
Among the updates include image conversion and certain security enhancements.
Apple has a new spot out, and I love it. It’s called Fly Market, and it features a young man dancing through a street market using Apple Pay and Face ID on his iPhone X to buy clothes and a present for his mom. The song is “Back Pocket” by Vulfpeck, a great tune. This commercial has charisma, and I love the imagery—I think it’s great. I’d love to hear what you think.