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It's the day after a major sporting event, and it is almost certain some people are feeling a bit worse for wear after watching the big game, and possibly partying afterward. If you need to buy some hardware, software, or gadgets today, let Daily Deals be your guide, and help you find great offers from online and offline retailers, while you take care of yourself. The Deals slate has been emptied of older inactive deals, with the new collection including a WD 2TB Berry My Passport Ultra external hard drive for $73, a ChugPlug external Macbook battery pack for $19, and an assortment of Apple-refurbished iMacs.
It's the end of the week, and the last thing you want to do is anything that involves effort. To save you the trouble of scouring online retailers for great offers, the crew of MacNN have done it for you. The still-active deals from earlier this week are accompanied by a new batch, including a four-unit D-Link Smart Plug pack for $60, a HP Business 23.6-inch monitor for $110, and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection for $28.
It's a new month and a new week, and it also happens to be time for new deals! Daily Deals is the post where the staff of MacNN scour the Internet for offers, bundles, and discounts on hardware, software, and games for our readers. Today's list of active deals includes an Olympus OM-D E-M10 mirrorless camera for $500, a QNAP two-bay personal cloud NAS for $200, and the Destek Vone 3D VR headset for your smartphone for $20.
It's the last Friday of the month, and to some people, that means it's payday. After paying off your essential bills, why not consider looking through today's Daily Deals list for things to spend your spare cash on. Today's new additions to the collection include a pair of Xbox One games that are free after a rebate, a 40-inch Sceptre HDTV for $240, and a Netgear ProSAFE 5-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch for $13.
It's late on Thursday, which means it's close to Friday, and only one working shift until the weekend for most people. If you want a new toy to play around with over the weekend, have a look through Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN scour the Internet for bargains on hardware and software. Today's new additions include a Sony Action Camera for $248, a third-generation Apple TV for $49, and the start of OWC's Garage Sale.
As a reader of MacNN, there is a chance you may have invested in Apple, and may have heard it enjoyed yet another high-revenue quarter. If you are one of the many likely to benefit from Apple's great financial position, why not celebrate by looking through today's Daily Deals list, the collection of offers found on the Internet by this site's staff. Today's highlights include an Abdtech 130-inch Mini LED Projector for $73, the Lytro Illum 40 Megaray Light Field Camera for $330, and Destiny: The Taken King Legendary Edition for $20.
Monday launched the latest trial in the Apple versus VirnetX patent battle over virtual private network technologies used in FaceTime communications. In opening arguments in the retrial start, VirnetX demanded Apple pay $532 million in damages on the strength of more modern devices added to the complaint, saying that "Apple hasn't played fair. They have taken Virnetx's intellectual property without permission."
Every day, the writing team of MacNN searches the Internet for bargains to add to the Daily Deals list. While some deals from the end of last week are still alive today, the new collection of items include a selection of MagSafe 2 power adapters starting from $30, a DBPower EX5000 14MP action camera for $100, and a Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1-channel surround sound for $70.
In our pursuit to find items for our MacNN Deals and Daily Deals lists, we also discover items deserving to be featured in their own post. The Big Deal this time is the refurbished D-Link Wi-Fi Hotspot, a handy device if you need to get Internet to your devices while on the move, and tethering with your smartphone is out of the question.
It's the end of the week, and you probably don't want to go outside (especially in parts of the United States besieged by snow) for the rest of your weekend. Stay at home instead, and peruse this list of deals picked out by the staff of MacNN, and let the delivery service deal with the cold weather. Today's selections include a HGST Deskstar 6TB 7,200RPM NAS hard drive for $240, a Logitech Harmony smart control for $60, and an LG 60-inch 120Hz UHD LED TV for $900.
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