Apple invents retractable motorized iPhone screen protector

Article Image In continued attempts to prevent costly display damage due to accidental drops, Apple has devised a system that automatically extends retractable tabs above an iPhone’s screen when a drop event is sensed, thereby creating a buffer zone between delicate glass and the ground.

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Misfit introduces Flash Link multifunction wearable, releases Misfit Link app

Misfit on Thursday announced price drops for its existing fitness wearables –?Shine and Flash –?to make way for a new model called the Flash Link, and breathed life into older Flash models with the new Misfit Link app for iOS.

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LEDs: Illuminating your light choices

The cheaper a technology becomes, the more pervasive it gets. So the precipitous price drops in the LED bulb market mean it’s ready to go mainstream — although you may need a few pointers about how to choose the right LEDs for your home.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/06/15/leds-illuminating-your-light-choices/

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Nvidia GTX 980 Ti Review: Titan X performance at a fraction of the price

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Nvidia’s new GTX 980 Ti drops today, with virtually all of the Titan X’s performance and a vastly lower price. If you’ve wanted an Nvidia card with better-than GTX 980 performance but couldn’t stomach a $1000 price tag, this is the card to buy.

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Deals: Force Touch MacBook Pro Price Drop ($88 to $120 off) ; 256GB 13-inch MacBook Air for $899.99; 64GB iPad mini 2 for $320

The first set of price drops on new 13″ Force Touch MacBook Pros are here, knocking $88 to $123 off Apple’s 3 standard retail configs. Meanwhile, Amazon is blowing out a 256GB 13″ MacBook Air at $900, Apple’s lone 13″ MacBook Pro with CD/DVD can be had for $850, a 64GB iPad mini 2 is available for $320, and AI readers save 10% off all Apple-oriented Kickstarter-backed products from BiteMyApple.co.



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Deals: Force Touch MacBook Pro Price Drop ($88 to $120 off) ; 256GB 13-inch MacBook Air for $899.99; 64GB iPad mini 2 for $320

The first set of price drops on new 13″ Force Touch MacBook Pros are here, knocking $88 to $123 off Apple’s 3 standard retail configs. Meanwhile, Amazon is blowing out a 256GB 13″ MacBook Air at $900, Apple’s lone 13″ MacBook Pro with CD/DVD can be had for $850, a 64GB iPad mini 2 is available for $320, and AI readers save 10% off all Apple-oriented Kickstarter-backed products from BiteMyApple.co.



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Deals: Save up to $200 on 2013 MacBook Airs while supplies last; prices start at $818

Apple’s minor revamp of the MacBook Air lineup has triggered price drops of up to $200 on several of last year’s models — all of which are identical to the models introduced Tuesday with the exception of a 100MHz speed bump on the four standard retail configurations.



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