All In One Stories September 18, 2015

9to5Toys Last Call: Free App of the Week, Brother inkjet w/ AirPrint $45, Samsung 50″ smart HDTV $500, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals:

Last Call Updates:

GoPro HERO3+ Silver Action Camera: $219 shipped (Reg. $300)

 

App Store Free App of the Week: Shadowmatic puzzle game goes free for the first time ($3 value)

AirPrint All-in-One Inkjet Printers: Brother $45 shipped (Reg. $90), HP $70 shipped (Reg. $100)

Samsung 1080p Smart LED HDTV 50-inch $500 (Orig. $750)

Save $100 on Apple’s all-new 12-inch MacBook + extra $50 for students/faculty: 256GB model $1,150 w/ .edu (Reg. $1,299)

13″ Retina MacBook Pro $1,280 (Reg. $1,499)

Save $100 on Apple iPad: Air 2 Wi-Fi 16GB $399, 64GB $499, 128GB $599, mini 3 Wi-Fi 16GB $299

Review: Tile’s 2nd-gen Bluetooth tracker makes finding lost keys, dog, or iPhone easier than ever

The Mega Mac 2015 Bundle: 15 solid Apps including MacBooster 2, Disk Drill Pro & More $25 (Orig. $564)

MacUpdate Bundle: 10 apps including Toast 14, DevonThink, ExpanDrive, Boom, iMazing and more for $50

Giveaway: Schoolhouse Electric makes the clock cool again, $290 value

More new gear from today:

Games/Apps: Splashtop 2 Remote Desktop for iPhone free, Worms titles up to 80% off, iOS freebies, more

More deals still alive:

OtterBox iPhone 6 Defender Case (gray or black) from $24 shipped (Orig. $50)

Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drives: WD My Passport Ultra 3TB $125 (Orig. $200), Samsung 2TB $70 (Reg. $80)

New products & more:

iRobot takes its new Roomba 980 vacuum to the cloud with Wi-Fi connectivity and remote management

Timex combines its analog heritage with fitness tracking on the new Metropolitan+

All In One Stories May 3, 2013

ItsOn, a company building software for carriers that provides users with dynamic pricing plans on mobile devices, last year announced plans to partner with one of the big U.S. carriers for its launch early this year. We’ve since learned that the carrier is likely Verizon, and that ItsOn will be launching as a consumer facing MVNO later this month (Verizon and Vodafone who both share ownership of Verizon Wireless are both investors).

There’s no word on exactly what the announcement will consist of or what the ItsOn service will include, but based on the company’s software we expect to see flexible pricing plans that, of course, run on Verizon’s robust LTE network. Despite executives expressing doubts about the service running on iOS devices in previous interviews, we also believe that an iOS version of the service is indeed coming, but at launch the service will initially be limited to other smartphones (likely Android-based). expand full story

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