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The ultimate back to school deal: 6 months of Amazon Prime for free

By on August 13, 2015 at 8:55 AM.

The ultimate back to school deal: 6 months of Amazon Prime for free

Back to school sales start earlier and earlier each year, but they always have two things in common. First, they serve as bitter reminders that summer is coming to an end and a new semester will soon coma along to ruin it. Second, they all offer deals that are generally pretty “meh.”
Well, here’s a deal for you that is anything but dull: 6 months of free Amazon Prime service, and then a 50% discount thereafter.

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Save 99% on the eight-course coding 101 bundle and learn JavaScript, C, HTML5, and more

By on August 12, 2015 at 2:01 PM.

Save 99% on the eight-course coding 101 bundle and learn JavaScript, C, HTML5, and more

We’re mere weeks away from September, ruefully known to many as back to school season. Luckily, now that you’re an adult, that doesn’t mean begging Mom for a Superman lunchbox (or does it?)—it means a crazy big discount on our Coding 101 Bundle. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to code, there’s no better time than right now. Get all eight courses in the bundle for just $49. More →

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Troubleshoot your Wi-Fi connection with 86% off NetSpot Pro

By on August 11, 2015 at 3:10 PM.

Troubleshoot your Wi-Fi connection with 86% off NetSpot Pro

As one of the chief laws of the universe, your Wi-Fi connection will inevitably act up during the following: the last few seconds of the game you’re watching on your computer, the series finale of your favorite show on Netflix, and about an hour before you need to submit something to your boss. Until now, that is. We’re making it easy to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi connection with NetSpot Pro, now $19.99 at the BGR Store. More →

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Amazon Prime Vs. Jet Comparison

Amazon Prime vs. Jet.com: Which is really the better deal?

By on August 11, 2015 at 1:46 PM.

Amazon Prime vs. Jet.com: Which is really the better deal?

Amazon Prime is wildly popular with shoppers but it’s not the only subscription based shopping service out there. Last month Jet.com launched with the hopes of unseating Jeff Bezos’s empire and it offered some great deals of its own that in many cases bested Amazon Prime’s prices. Rather Be Shopping has taken an extensive look at both Amazon Prime and Jet.com and has written up a terrific comparison to help shoppers determine which service is right for them. More →

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Safeguard your Apple Watch with the Spigen Rugged Armor case and stand

By on August 10, 2015 at 1:39 PM.

Safeguard your Apple Watch with the Spigen Rugged Armor case and stand

Whether your Apple Watch is on your wrist or at home, you want to keep it safe from bumps and bruises. The Spigen Rugged Armor case and stand does just that…and it does it with style. Get it from the BGR Store for $21.99. More →

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Don’t travel without this super-powered ZeroLemon 30000mAh battery pack

By on August 7, 2015 at 1:35 PM.

Don’t travel without this super-powered ZeroLemon 30000mAh battery pack

These days, a battery pack is a can’t-leave-without-it item. It’s a must-have for powering up our devices during our commutes, or giving our phones a little extra charge at the end of a late night. But when it comes to traveling with a battery pack—and avoiding the endless outlet search—we look for one that offers a huge amount of power and durability. We’ve found it in the ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30000mAh battery pack…and we’re offering it to you for $59.99 at the BGR Store, a savings of 40%. More →

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Best Buy Back to School Xbox One

Amazing Best Buy deal: $500 for Xbox One and 40-inch Samsung Smart TV bundle

By on August 7, 2015 at 9:00 AM.

Amazing Best Buy deal: $500 for Xbox One and 40-inch Samsung Smart TV bundle

It’s Back to School season, which means you’re going to be bombarded by many special deals and sales, including plenty of hot tech-related discounts that are too good to pass up. Some deals apply to school-related products while others are more related to after-school fun. Best Buy right now has an incredible Back to School deal that includes an Xbox One and a 40-inch Samsung Smart HDTV that are being sold together at a shockingly low price. More →

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Factory Reset Devices Before Returning

The most important thing you need to do when returning gadgets to Best Buy

By on August 6, 2015 at 5:15 PM.

The most important thing you need to do when returning gadgets to Best Buy

Have you ever bought a computer, a cell phone or any other gadget and realized days later that you’re not satisfied with your purchase? Once you reach that conclusion, you know you’re on the clock — most stores will only give you a few days to return your device with a receipt before you have to eat the cost — but always take the time to restore factory settings.

The following story from an Ars Technica reader should help to illustrate why this is so important.

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Online Shopping Tips How To Avoid Price Increases

Use these simple tricks to avoid online retailers’ sneaky price increases

By on August 5, 2015 at 4:50 PM.

Use these simple tricks to avoid online retailers’ sneaky price increases

Have you ever seen a product online whose price mysteriously increased from the time you first spotted it to the time you added it to your cart and proceeded to checkout? WiseBread explains that many online retailers use “dynamic pricing” systems in which they will “change the price of a product depending on factors like your browsing or purchase history, operating system, and even your zip code.” Thankfully, however, there are some simple ways to beat this system that mostly involve being smart with how you search for things to buy online. More →

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No, you probably don’t need to take it to a repair shop

By on August 5, 2015 at 3:40 PM.

No, you probably don’t need to take it to a repair shop

Sometimes our devices make horrifying, nightmare-haunting noises before the screen goes black—and that’s when you take it to a repair shop. But for screen replacements, battery switches, cleaning, noisy fan repairs, and other hardware fixes? Believe it or not, you can DIY. Especially when you have the right tools, aka this iFixIt Pro Tech screwdriver set and jimmy bundle, now $59.95 at the BGR Store. More →

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