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Feb 1 2015 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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There's never a shortage of awesome offers available in our Deals tab. But, they're only around for so long. We'd have to have you miss out on great savings for items that we know you're after, so we've rounded up some of the deals that are about to end. Take advantage of big discounts and get these great products before they shoot back up to retail price.

What lurks behind the scenes in the apps you count on every day? It's Ruby on Rails, one of the important programming languages that keeps everything ticking. If you want to work your hands behind the curtains, check out this course to become a Ruby on Rails Ninja. A two year subscription is available on sale for just $49.

For iPhone 6 owners, it's understandable to want to use your phone for every facet of your life. But when you need that extra battery power, MOTA has you covered. The phone case with a built in 3800mAh battery keeps you powered throughout the day, well after you'd otherwise have to stop and plug in. It's lightweight—you'll barely notice it's there when you don't need it. But when you do need it, it'll keep your phone charged, protected, and has a kickstand for easy viewing.

The MOTA Smartphone Battery Case usually retails for $99. Head to our Deals tab today and you can save 64% off that price. That means you pay just $35. It's a great price for a case that will keep you going, so grab this offer today!

Keeping your device charged wihile still having range is important. With the standard Lightning and micro-USB cords, you're pretty limited in how much you can move. Give yourself some range with this data cable, which gives you 6 feet of flexibility. This sturdy, long cord will stay plugged and keep your iOS or Android device at full power, even if you're across the room from the outlet.

The 6 foot MFi-Certified iOS and Android Charging Cable usually retails for $40. If you grab it from our Deals tab, you can save yourself 52% off of that price. That means you'll pay just $21 in the U.S. or $22.99 internationally for this great data cable. Get it today and stay fully charged!

Running with headphones in can be a pain when the cords get in the way and tangle while you're trying to focus. Save yourself the hassle and make sure your music never gets in your way with the Active Wrap Headphones. It's on sale for just $24.

You need to keep your hands warm, but how can you keep them in your pocket when there are webpages to browse and swipes to be made? The Knitted Touchscreen Gloves allow you to make the most out of your iPhone while keeping your fingers and hands nice and toasty. Get them on sale for just $19.

When you need to go hands free, you can trust the Neutron S with your phone or tablet. It's a great way to keep your mobile device at hand without keeping it in hand. The Neutron S is made, precision machined, from solid aerospace aluminum and can hold up to a pound of weight. You can use it in your car, on your desk, around the house—anywhere you could use a little extra support to manage your life.

The Neutron S usually retails for $30. If you head to our Deals tab, you can save 16% off the retail price. That means you'll pay just $24.99. It's a great deal for an accessory that will help you out, so grab this offer today!

The barrier for entry into the business world today just requires you have a great idea and know how to impliment it. If you want to take your innovation and turn it into a business, you need the Build-A-Startup Course Bundle, a huge collection of must-have knowledge for any entrepreneur. Get it on sale for just $29.

Presentions are a boring but necessary part of spreading information and keeping on top of work. But they don't have to be that way. You can turn your presentations into eye-catching displays with 1stFlip, the Mac app that turns your documents into gorgeous flipbook-style catalogues to engage your audience. Get it for just $19.

Jan 31 2015 11:03PM EST | Source: CNET iPad Atlas
Apple's fingerprint sensor has been around since last year's iPhone 5S, but owners of the latest devices may benefit from a helping hand on how to set up and enable the feature.






Jan 31 2015 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Ever have issues with your WiFi connection? Stop messing around with slower speeds and bad connections. Fix your wireless network and make sure you're getting the speed that you need with the help of NetSpot Pro. It's on sale for just $19.

We count on our Macs for a lot, so it's devastating to think about losing all our data. That's a crisis that you don't want to run in to. If your hard drive goes haywire, you can count on the data recovery software from Stellar Data Recovery to get it back for you. It's on sale for just $49.

This bundle from Mac developer FIPLAB brings you the best tools for increasing your productivity on your Mac. With over 60 apps in the Mac Store, you can trust this developer has the expereince and expertise to give you just what you need. These apps are some of the most downloaded in the Mac Store. Get tools for organizing and cleaning up your hard drive, notetaking, data management, privacy and security, and much more.

The 10-for-$10 Mac App Bundle usually retails for $46. If you head to our Deals tab, you can save 78% off the retail price. That makes your total just $10. It's an offer you can't beat for apps that will change the way you use your Mac, so grab this deal today!

Writing on your Mac is great because you can take your projects everywhere, but it also presents a true problem: The biggest distractions follow along with you. Stop getting knocked off track as you write and start working distraction free with Typed Text Editor. It's on sale now for just $14.99.

If you need a place to put your files to access them anywhere and free up your hard drive, then you need CloudApp. With this Pro Lite plan, you'll have a lifetime subscription to the perfect place to store files, with unlimited drops on files up to 100MB in size. Get it for just $39.

If you have some documents that need to catch the eye of your audience, then check out Swift Publisher 3. Packed with over 180 templates that will help you make your documents and presentations and customizable text and layout options, it's sure to keep everyone's attention. Get it on sale for just $9.99.

Jan 31 2015 12:17AM EST | Source: MacLife.com

In today's news, Apple might be preparing for another big media event showcasing the Apple Watch, judging by a request it recently sent a major developer. Elsewhere, Apple's stock hit yet another all-time high today, and on a more tragic note, long-running Apple blog TUAW will close as a result of recent cuts at AOL.

Apple Asks Some Devs to Have Apple Watch Apps Ready By Next Month

The Apple Watch won't show up on store shelves until April, according to CEO Tim Cook, but as MacRumors reports, the Cupertino company is asking at least one big (unidentified) app developer to have its Apple Watch apps ready to launch on the App Store by February 12.

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It's currently not clear why Apple wants such an early launch date for this particular developer (and it's possible it contacted others), but there's little chance it means we'll see the long-awaited piece of wearable tech around Valentine's Day. More likely, it means that Apple either wants to have a few key apps ready for a big media event in February or March, or that it wants to check the battery life with third-party apps before it releases the unit into the wild.

In related news (also via MacRumors), "thousands" of Apple employees have reportedly been seen wearing Apple Watches in and around the San Francisco Bay area, indicating that Apple's all but ready for the device's launch.

Apple Stock Reaches $120, a New All-Time High

By now the news is probably a little old hat, but there's a new little tidbit regarding the impact of Apple's spectacular quarterly report for Q1 2015. As AppleInsider notes, the news caused AAPL stock to shoot up to $120, representing a new record for the company and another boost to its seemingly inevitable market valuation of $700 billion.

Apple's stock last record-breaking high was in November of 2014, when it reached $119 per share. Since then, it's danced around $110. Most investors, especially Carl Icahn, seem convinced that Apple stock could go up further still, and indeed, it'll be interesting to see what happens if the Apple Watch is as popular as Tim Cook and friends hope it is.

AOL Said to Shutter TUAW

As a part of a larger "restructuring" push that's also behind the tragic shuttering of well-known gaming site Joystiq, AOL will reportedly be shutting down The Unofficial Apple Weblog, better known as TUAW (via The Verge). The site is expected to close for good on Monday, February 2.

TUAW is one of the old hands in the Apple news and reviews business, having been around since December of 2004. Its closure marks yet another step in a sad trend we've seen elsewhere. Earlier this month, the U.K.'s MacUser magazine closed its doors, and last September Macworld magazine ceased the publication of its print edition in order to focus on online content. In addition, Macworld canceled its long-running Macworld/iWorld Expo indefinitely.

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Jan 31 2015 12:09AM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
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Jan 30 2015 9:57PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
Accidentally enabled the Hotspot or Invert Colors feature in Android 5.0 Lollipop? You may have noticed two new icons in the Quick Settings menu. Here's how to get rid of them.






Jan 30 2015 9:43PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
Accidentally enabled the Hotspot or Invert Colors feature in Android 5.0 Lollipop? You may have noticed two new icons in the Quick Settings menu. Here's how to get rid of them.






Jan 30 2015 8:35PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - The head of China's commerce regulator met with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd chairman Jack Ma on Friday to discuss combating fake products, the official Xinhua news agency reported, with the two adopting a conciliatory tone after a row over illegal business on the Internet company's platforms.

Jan 30 2015 7:41PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SEATTLE (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp brought back annual performance bonuses for its chief executive and her top lieutenants for 2014 despite falling profits and a tumbling stock price, a regulatory filing showed on Friday.

Jan 30 2015 7:22PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. judge appeared skeptical on Friday about Uber's bid for a quick pretrial ruling that its drivers are contractors and not employees, a critical question facing Silicon Valley's sharing economy.

Jan 30 2015 6:57PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We've got the answer. This time in Ask, we offer solutions on how to fix blurry text when you're using an external monitor on your Mac. 

Question

I’ve just switched from an iMac to a Mac mini, but on the cheaper monitor I'm using — a 27-inch Samsung LCD — the text is blurry and no changes in System Preferences seem to help. I have tried the monitor on a PC and it looks fine. What can I do?

Answer

There are lots of reasons why you might get a blurry image. The two most common are that the monitor is over- or under-scanning (there’ll be an option for this in the monitor’s own menu) and font smoothing (try typing defaults -currentHost write -globalDomain AppleFontSmoothing -int 2 in Terminal, then log out and back in; click here for more details).


If your display is blurry, try smoothing fonts or run a script to convince OS X the monitor only supports RGB.

There’s another possibility. Apple’s DisplayPort uses the YCbCr color-encoding scheme by default, and this can look weird on some monitors. You can fix it by running a script to convince OS X the monitor only supports RGB. Right-click and download the script at embdev.net/attachment/168316/patch-edid.rb and then type ruby patch-edid.rb in Terminal. This creates a folder in your home folder. Move the patch-edid.rb into /System/Library/Displays/Overrides and restart your Mac.

Got an Apple tech question? Email ask@maclife.com.

Jan 30 2015 6:39PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SEATTLE (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp brought back annual performance bonuses for its chief executive and her top lieutenants for 2014 despite falling profits and a tumbling stock price, a regulatory filing showed on Friday.

Jan 30 2015 6:28PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - AT&T Inc spent close to half the total in the record-setting U.S. sale of airwaves for mobile data, with Dish Network Corp spending heavily to manage a surprise win at No.2 ahead of Verizon, results showed on Friday.

Jan 30 2015 5:56PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

We've got a couple of dueling top-shelf calendar apps on sale this week, so pick your team and run with it if you want something that puts Apple's stock calendar app to shame. But wait, there's more! We've also got dueling price chops on to-do apps, note taking apps that let you write on the screen, and even competing maps of the constellations. It's an ultimate app price drop showdown this week, so to arms, to arms! And to the App Store!

Jan 30 2015 5:39PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
The mobile phone maker lays out the challenges involved in pushing out the latest version of Android to all Motorola smartphone owners.






Jan 30 2015 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Your music can come with you anywhere thanks to your iPhone and great streaming services. But sometimes, when you really want to rock out, you need some speakers capable of broadcasting your tunes at top-quality. That's where the Boundless S3 Bluetooth Speaker comes in. It's on sale now in our Deals tab.

When you hear your music come through the Boundless S3 Bluetooth Speaker, you'll think it's your very own home theater system. It's hard to believe it's a wireless, portable speaker that you can take anywhere. With 6 hours of battery life and 33 feet of range, you'll get a great day of music even when you aren't right near by. The speaker is also compatible with NFC, so you can connect to it in a matter of seconds.

The Boundless S3 Bluetooth Speaker from IconQ usually retails for $79. If you head to our Deals tab, you can save 25% off the retail price. That makes your total just $59. It's a great price for a great speaker, so grab this offer today!

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Quirky lives up to their name with the design of their products, but in this case different is a very good thing. While your Apple accessories are usually getting wrapped around things they aren't supposed to, Quirky keeps them safe, secure, and infinitely more manageable. Stop struggling with your cords and start keeping them in line with the full kit of Quirky cord management tools. Wrape up your power cords, headphones, USBs, and much more.

The Quirky Apple Accessory Kit usually retails for $49. You can save 26% off that in our Deals tab right now. That makes your toal just $36. It's a great price for a kit that will keep your cords in line, so grab this offer today!

Keeping your device charged wihile still having range is important. With the standard Lightning USB cords, you're pretty limited in how much you can move. Give yourself some range with this data cable, which gives you 10 feet of flexibility. This sturdy, long cord will stay plugged and keep your iOS device at full power, even if you're across the room from the outlet.

The 10 foot Apple-certified MFi Lightning Cable usually retails for $50. If you grab it from our Deals tab, you can save yourself 52% off of that price. That means you'll pay just $18.99 for this great data cable. Get it today and stay fully charged!

 

Jan 30 2015 4:57PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SEATTLE (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp brought back annual performance bonuses for its chief executive and her top lieutenants for 2014 despite falling profits and a tumbling stock price, a regulatory filing showed on Friday.

Jan 30 2015 4:26PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Ride service Uber, which is trying to enhance its image after several controversies, on Friday released the findings of a report on its handling of passenger data and said it would act on all the report's recommendations for improvements.

Jan 30 2015 4:15PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - AT&T Inc spent close to half the total in the record-setting U.S. sale of airwaves for mobile data, with Verizon Communications Inc and bidding partners of Dish Network Corp also spending heavily, results showed on Friday.

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