Deals: $40-$50 off iPad mini 4, $200-$300 off select 2015 MacBook Pros

Article Image This week, Apple authorized resellers have marked down a selection of 16GB-128GB iPad mini 4s by $40 to $50. Meanwhile, big discounts are popping up here and there on individual 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro configurations, like an instant $300 discount on the Early 2015 13″ MacBook Pro (3.1GHz 8GB 1TB).

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Apple takes 50% off popular productivity apps in new iOS App Store campaign

Article Image In its latest iOS App Store promotion, Apple is for a limited time knocking 50 percent off a selection of 14 productivity titles like PCalc, task manager Things, second screen solution Duet Display and more.

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Amazon's Underground Unshackles Freemium Android Apps


Amazon last week freed a selection of Android apps of the in-app payment requirements necessary to enjoy them to their fullest. The value of the goodies in the apps labeled “Actually Free” comes to more than $10,000, Amazon said. The Actually Free apps can be accessed via Underground, a new app available from Amazon. Amazon Underground is essentially an expansion of the company’s core mobile shopping app. To take advantage of this cache of content, consumers only need an Amazon account, which is free, and an Android mobile device.

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Apple's smartphone-only lineup poised to pass Nokia in total mobile phone shipments

Despite selling only a limited selection of high-end smartphones, Apple may soon ship more total handsets than Nokia — which still offers more than two dozen models, including cheaper feature phones — as the once-mighty Finnish company falls even further from its throne.



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