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We are looking for a professional YouTuber for video content

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Sep 2, 2015 4:40 pm

Not only are we looking for US-based news reporters, but we are on the lookout for a US-based video professional, too. TweakTown is wanting to step into the world of video content in a big way, so we need a professional video guy or girl, too.




The candidate would need extensive experience in video content, with previous bodies of work as an example before applying. Preferably, we are looking for someone who is already in the industry who might work for a smaller site or company (or even on your own) and wants to join the big leagues, but you don't need to be intimidated by this. You might do kick ass work and just haven't been noticed yet, so this is your chance!


We would need someone based in the US who is willing to travel to trade shows and expos around the world, including CES in Vegas, E3 in LA, Computex in Taipei, and more. We are looking for someone who has considerable experience in YouTube, Vessel, and more - and has no issues dealing with deadlines. There's no super amount of technology expertise required, but this would be an advantage.


Previous experience is preferred, especially when it comes to trade shows and product reviews or unboxings of products. As we said, this isn't required, but it will go in your favor. This is a paid position, as we are looking for someone to grow into our team for the long term. We aren't looking for someone for a 3-6 month period or temporary, but someone who wants to build a future with TweakTown.


If you want to apply, send an email with your name, details, links to your work and why you think you'll be great for the job to and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Digitize Photos, Important Files, and More in 8 Seconds

By: TweakTown Deals | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Sep 2, 2015 4:15 pm



Many of your photos and documents from recent years are most likely already digital. Keep moving into the digital age and get a head start on next year's spring cleaning with the Doxie Go Wi-Fi scanner, now on offer for $175 at TweakTown Deals.


Unlike the bulky flatbed scanners you may remember, Doxie Go Wi-Fi is small, portable, and best of all, fast, taking just eight seconds to scan a page. Digitize everything from business cards to legal-sized documents-the scanner will make it easy to store and organize up to 450 documents with no computer required, thanks to its Wi-Fi capability. It's never been easier to keep old photos, paper files, and mementos safe and conveniently accessible.




Get your documents and pictures out of the shoebox and into the Doxie Go Wi-Fi. Get it now for 23% off, making your final price just $175 at TweakTown Deals.

We are looking for a US-based news reporter, join our awesome team!

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Sep 2, 2015 3:34 pm

TweakTown is expanding! We are on the lookout for a US-based news reporter that will join our team. The job is pretty straight forward and easy, and it's a ton of fun, too.




The candidate will of course need to be based in the United States, with the West Coast being preferred. The candidate would be required to have above average English and grammar skills, and a large interest in technology and games. Previous experience isn't required, but it is definitely favorable. You'll of course need Internet access, a computer of some sort to write on, and the time required (which varies depending on your typing speed, and how quickly you get used to writing news, hopefully for a living).


This is a paid position, where you'll start off on a trial for 1-2 weeks before joining our awesome news crew led by yours truly. We are looking for a serious candidate, so if you're working a full-time job, you'll have to think twice before applying. The candidate would also have to be excited about attending local technology and game trade shows, such as the Consumer Electronic Show in Vegas, E3 in LA, and more.


If you'd like to apply, send us an email with a few details about yourself to - include your name, previous experience, where you're based, and then a little on why you think you'd be perfect for the job. Please remember, we're looking for serious candidates, as this will turn into a full-time position. There's a large future for you here at TweakTown, yes you - so apply now!

Get Ahead of the iOS 9 Curve: Create Your Own iPhone Apps

By: TweakTown Deals | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Sep 1, 2015 3:00 pm



When it comes to learning how to make apps, reading about it will only get you so far. The key to making progress? Hands-on instruction - which you'll get plenty of as you prepare for the arrival of Apple's iOS 9 update, by making 33 apps in the two-course all-inclusive iOS 9 and Swift 2 bundle, now just $49 at TweakTown Deals.


With guidance from pro developer Rob Percival, you'll learn how to build clones of best-selling apps like Instagram, Tinder, Flappy Bird, Snapchat, and Uber. By the time you get through the hands-on instruction, you'll be fluent in Swift 2, Apple's programming language, and you'll be able to navigate Xcode 7 and the interface builder with ease. You'll even learn how to market and monetize your own original app-and to get you started, the bundle includes a year of unlimited web hosting and over 1,000 free design assets.


Start learning how to code the next best-seller. Get the all-inclusive iOS 9 and Swift 2 bundle for $49.

NVIDIA secures 81% of the GPU market according to JPR

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Sep 1, 2015 1:24 pm

According to the latest data from JPR, NVIDIA has pushed into owning 81.9% of the GPU AIB market. AMD on the other hand, dropped from 22% to just 18% this quarter, and when looking at the year-over-year data, AMD has dropped down from 38%.




JPR's report finds that total AIB shipments decreased this quarter, down to 9.4 million units. AMD's quarter-to-quarter total desktop AIB unit shipments decreased by a sharp 33.3%, while NVIDIA's dropped 12%. JPR also noted that the "demand for high-end PCs and associated hardware from the enthusiast and overclocking segments has bucked the downward trend and given AIB vendors a needed prospect to offset declining sales in the mainstream consumer space".

Save Up to 96% On August's Top 3 Deals

By: TweakTown Deals | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Aug 31, 2015 3:00 pm



The month of August has come to an end... which means time's almost up for you to take advantage of August's best deals. Don't miss your chance to grab the deals fellow readers loved for up to 96% off at TweakTown Deals.


Microsoft Certified Solutions Engineer: Server Infrastructure Bundle - 92% Off

Working in IT? The five courses in this bundle may be your ticket to your next promotion. Learn how to design, implement, and manage servers-plus, learn the skills you need to get certified. Get the bundle for $59.99!





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Never having to think about how to back up our files again? We'll take it. This lifetime solution from SkyHub backs up as much data as you want from up to three computers for life, keeping it secure yet easy to access from any device. Get it for just $89.99!

Secure, Powerful Hard Drive Storage for 20% Off

By: TweakTown Deals | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Aug 28, 2015 11:39 pm



If you're one of those unfortunate souls who's experienced a hard drive crash, we've got something that will save you hours of despair and screaming into a pillow. Get the Dubbler Dock Pro 2-Bay for $79.99 at TweakTown Deals.


The Dubbler Dock is hard drive storage at its best, making it easy to copy an entire hard drive, access the data, and even transfer data between two hard drives quickly and securely. Erasing sensitive files from a drive? Dubbler Dock uses NSA/DoD Level secure erase to permanently delete data and keep it out of the wrong hands.




Not into cloud storage, or want a second backup system? Don't miss your chance to grab the Dubbler Dock Pro 2-Bay for $79.99.

Charge ALL the Things With a 4-Port USB Hub

By: TweakTown Deals | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Aug 27, 2015 7:40 pm




It's 2015 and you're still charging your devices one at a time? Unacceptable. Step into modern-day convenience with the MOTA four-port USB 3.0 hub, now $18 at TweakTown Deals.


Use the MOTA to charge four USB-compatible devices simultaneously-smartphones, tablets, e-readers, and more. The thin, compact design fits easily into a pocket or bag so you have backup power every day, and it even has LED light that let you know when your device is powered and ready for use. Plus, there's built-in overcharge protection, so your devices are safe from power surges.




All that for under 20 bucks? We're into it. Get one for yourself at TweakTown Deals.

4 Steps to Passing the CompTIA A+ Certification Exam

By: TweakTown Deals | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Aug 26, 2015 5:00 pm



If you've been wanting a new career in IT but dread studying for the CompTIA A+ certification exam, we've got something to make the process a lot less painful. Pass the exam and launch your IT career with this CompTIA A+ test prep bundle for $49, a savings of 95%.


The bundle consists of four courses:


1. CompTIA A+ 220-801 covers IT fundamentals and basic networking principles, like how to install and configure hardware.


2. CompTIA A+ 220-802 gets you up to speed on installing and configuring PC operation systems and setting up network connectivity and email for Android and iOS.


3. CompTIA Network+ teaches you network topologies and media, IT protocols and standards, and more.


4. CompTIA Security+ will go through security concepts pertaining to infrastructure, cryptography, and more.


With a year of access to the course material, you'll become proficient in troubleshooting networking and security issues-and you'll be one step closer to passing the CompTIA A+ certification exam and starting your career in IT.


Get the CompTIA+ test prep bundle for $49 at TweakTown Deals.

Learn How to Code for $59

By: TweakTown Deals | More News: TweakTown | Posted: Aug 24, 2015 6:18 pm



The hardest part about learning how to code can sometimes be figuring out how to start. Which programming languages are important? What are the best classes to take? Luckily, we've answered those two questions for you. If you're ready to get started, this eight-course Complete 2015 Learn to Code bundle has everything you need to launch your career as a programmer. Get it for 94% off at TweakTown Deals.


For $59, you'll get over 74 hours of training on web development basics, Python, Node.js, HTML, CSS, Ruby on Rails, PHP, and more. You'll learn how to build websites and mobile apps with programming languages used by professional developers, work with APIs, create animations, and pick up the skills you need to start a career as a developer.


With lifetime access to the material and instructors that have years of experience creating software, there's no better way to learn how to code, even if you're a complete beginner-get your questions answered anytime, and review the material as often as you need to.


Your new career awaits. Get the Complete 2015 Learn to Code bundle for only $59.

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