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Oh, you still use a light switch? How retro! Save 32% on the SMFX Smart Bulb at TweakTown Deals.
Dim, brighten, change the color, or turn on/off your light from your the SMFX app. The Android- and iOS-compatible bulb can be set on a timer and has multiple dimming levels and millions of colors to choose from - literally. There's even a "disco mode" that syncs up the light with music, for full atmosphere immersion. Plus, the SMFX Smart Bulb uses just 10 percent of the energy that a standard lightbulb uses, saving you major cash on your energy bills for all 40,000 hours of its life (that's 27 years of normal use).
And you thought it couldn't get any better than the Clapper. Head over to TweakTown Deals now to get the SMFX Smart Bulb for $32.99.
An external battery than can fuel an iPhone seven times over...with nothing more than the power of the sun? We're sold. And you will be too-the ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Battery is going for $49.99 at TweakTown Deals.
Solar-powered, shockproof, and rain-resistant, this portable battery is perfect for fans of the great outdoors, whether you're on a day hike or just waiting in a really long line for brunch. The dual output lets you quickly charge two iOS or Android devices at the same time wherever you are. Not outside? It comes with a MicroUSB cable so you can charge it at home.
A deal this good won't last long-get the ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Battery for 50% off at TweakTown Deals now.
Safeguarding your online privacy is smart. Saving 84% while you do it? Even smarter.
TweakTown Deals is offering a four-year subscription to ibVPN's Total plan for just $59. That works out to a little over a buck a month for access to more than 75 VPN servers around the world. Whether you're on your phone or computer, you'll stay safe as you browse-ibVPN is compatible with Windows, OS X, Android and iOS. Access blocked sites, VOIP apps, and TV and radio channels, and even use 256-bit encryption for P2P file-sharing and torrent download. Plus, you'll get super-fast streaming with the SmartDNS solution.
It's a no-brainer. Get your four-year subscription to ibVPN's Total plan for $59 at TweakTown Deals.
New to programming and not sure where to start? We're about to make your day-for a limited time, you can pay what you want for the eight-course back-end developer bundle from Udemy.
Learn at your own pace from professional programmers with decades of experience. You'll get more than 95 hours of content helping you navigate Ruby, PHP, Python, and Django from scratch. Familiarize yourself with key concepts, follow along with hands-on programming projects, and learn to write code. When you're ready to move on, the advanced Ruby course and intermediate Python course in this bundle will take your skills to the next level.
Valued at $990, you can set your own price for the back-end developer course bundle at TweakTown Deals.
It's a bird...it's a plane...it's the Micro Drone 2.0, now 46% off at TweakTown Deals! (Just go with it.)
The only micro drone in the world that can carry a camera, this remote-controlled quadcopter comes equipped with a swiveling lens for the best photo and video angles-you'll probably find that pretty handy when it's doing 360-degree flips. And it's small but mighty, weighing in at just over an ounce but durable enough to use both indoors and outdoors.
Ready to grab the Micro Drone 2.0 for just $74.99? Good, because the sale's ending soon at TweakTown Deals.
NVIDIA has been enjoying some great times since it launched its Maxwell architecture last year, but the domination of Team Green has been going on for a while, especially when you look at a graph from the Beyond3D forums.
The graph shows all of the GPU launches from Q3 2003, right up to Q4 2014. This includes the good old days of ATI with its Radeon X850 Pro/XT cards back in the first quarter of 2005, where AMD had 50.5% of the GPU market. Things really started diving down with the change to the HD 2000 series name change, where at the launch of the Radeon HD 2900 PRO, AMD had just 34.5% of the market.
Things hit another drop with the launch of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 295, GTX 285 and GTX 275, where AMD reached just 31%. But, with the launch of the very impressive Radeon HD 5000 series (including the HD 5850 and HD 5870, which at the time were beasts of VGA cards), AMD bounced back right up to 43.8%, but it didn't last long. They dropped down to 34.7% in Q1 2010, but bounced right back up to 44.5% in Q2 2010. It has stayed at around 38-40% of the GPU market share until recently, where in Q3 2014 (right at the time of the Maxwell launch from NVIDIA), AMD dropped from 37.9% in Q2 2014, to 28.4% in Q3 2014, and to just 24% in Q4 2014.
This isn't doom and gloom for AMD, and we're not saying that at all. This is a chart that shows the discrete GPU market only, and not everything else that AMD is involved in. Personally, I think the big swing around was with consoles, where AMD pushed to have its APUs in all of the next generation consoles (the Nintendo Wii U, Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4). It should've been investing heavily into GPU development for the PC, and we've seen no release of a new architecture from AMD since the release of the Radeon 200 series since Q4 2013 - some 18 months ago.
NVIDIA is left securing a massive 76% of the market, sucking up 14% of that from AMD in just six months. With AMD on the verge of releasing its new Radeon 300 series, there's no better time than now for AMD to try and scoop back a chunk of those consumers in the next two quarters, where we should hopefully see AMD back to around 35-38% of the GPU market by Q1 2016.
Tangled headphone rage is real. But now you can quit your support group-we're offering tangle-free Bluetooth Feather earbuds for 58% off.
Compatible with any Bluetooth device, the Feather earbuds offer three gelled sizes and optional ear hooks ensure they stay put, while the noise-canceling outer shell makes it easy to block out that co-worker who's always mumbling to himself. Plus, with the built-in mic and call-answering functionality, you can quickly switch from your workout mix to the phone calls which can't wait.
This deal's almost gone-head over to TweakTown Deals now to get the Bluetooth Feather Earbuds for 58% off.
Sure, you can spend your next vacation touring local coffee shops in hopes of finding one with Wi-Fi. Or, you can head over to TweakTown Deals to grab the MiFi 2 Unlocked Global Hotspot for 50% off.
The portable hotspot comes unlocked, so you can use it with a SIM card from any mobile carrier. You'll stay connected for 16 hours on up to 10 laptops, smartphones, and tablets whether you're around the corner from home or traveling internationally.
This deal won't last long-get the MiFi 2 Unlocked Global Hotspot for just $99 at TweakTown Deals.
Let's get right to the point: you want it, we have it, and you can get it free.
Enter the Choose Your Own Apple Watch Giveaway for a chance to be one of the first to get the year's most wanted wearable in your hands and on your wrist. Sleek? Sporty? Your only job is choosing the Apple Watch you want...well, that and practicing your happy dance (your Apple Watch will track the calories you burn, natch).
What are you still doing reading this? Head over to TweakTown Deals to enter the Choose Your Own Apple Watch Giveaway.
From theory to practice, Wi-Fi Hacking & Penetration Testing from Scratch will take you through top techniques used by industry pros for just $29.
Your instructor-an ethical hacker, pentester and programmer-will provide you with over 47 lectures and five hours of content, starting with the basics before covering methods for carrying out practical attacks using Linux. You'll learn how to crack WEP/WPA/WPA2 encryptions, extract info like passwords, cookies, and urls, and use more than 20 penetration testing tools. New to penetration testing? No problem-the course is perfect for beginners.
Now, enough dilly-dallying. Head over to TweakTown deals to get Wi-Fi Hacking & Penetration Testing from Scratch for 80% off.