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[Deal Alert] Up to 66% off many NVIDIA SHIELD titles like MGR: Revengeance and the new Q*Bert Rebooted

Back when I was a student, a long long time ago, "back to school" was end of September or even beginning of October. But summer school vacations here in Lebanon seem to be following the same pattern as the US recently: they're getting shorter and thus school is starting sooner.

I'm not sure why you'd celebrate "back to school" with game discounts though — isn't that counter-productive? Or maybe kids are going to be so taken by their studies that it'd be nice to give them a break on the cheap, especially when playing in the sun becomes less feasible as fall hits.

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[Deal Alert] Pick up a new OnePlus 2 for $240 on eBay

If the Galaxy S7 deal from yesterday was out of your budget, you might wanna take a look at this one. The OnePlus 2 isn't the Shenzhen-based company's top dog anymore, but it's still a pretty decent smartphone. Now, you can pick one up in new condition from an eBay seller with 99.3% feedback on over 110k ratings for just $240.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished UE MEGABOOM portable Bluetooth speaker $150 at Best Buy (50% Off)

In early 2015, the MEGABOOM was the biggest, baddest speaker in the Ultimate Ears lineup. To get one, you had to fork over $300. By the end of the year, we were happy to see the speaker on sale for $50 off. Now you can turn that dollar sign into a percent sign... and move it to the right.

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[Deal Alert] Jaybird X2 Bluetooth earbuds on sale for $69.99 at Best Buy

In recent years, people have commonly associated Jaybird with quality; their earbuds are widely considered some of the best available on the market. However, good stuff comes at higher prices—or so we thought. Now, as part of Best Buy's 50-year anniversary sale, you can pick the Jaybird X2 earbuds up for just $69.99.

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Fragment, a prismatic art app, is down to £0.10 / €0.10 in a few European countries and Australia (no US)

Apps that do things with photos are becoming very popular these days, with Prisma racking up a considerable amount of downloads since its release on Android almost a month ago. Today, Fragment, an app which converts photos into prismatic works of art, is available for €0.10 in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain, 10p in the UK, 10 RUB in Russia, and $0.20 AUD in Australia.

Having played around with Fragment, it certainly makes photos look really good with little to no effort. There's a shuffle button if you just want to get some kind of prism of your photos, or you can choose what you'd like in the myriad of options.

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Snapchat is acquiring search and recommendation service Vurb, winner of TechCrunch Disrupt

Snapchat is quickly becoming the place where teenargers, young adults, and even older generations share what they're doing and communicate with each other. Now the service is looking to buy Vurb, a start-up specialized in mobile search, recommendations, and discovery.

Vurb had won TechCrunch's Disrupt in 2014 with its idea of a mobile search engine that serves you relevant results in the form of cards from the apps you care about most, like Yelp, Google Maps, Fandango, Netflix, Uber, and so on, and combines them together in a way that makes sense: take a ride, watch a movie, get dinner, get another cab home.

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[Deal Alert] True Skate is available for £0.10 / €0.10 in many countries (no US)

The Tony Hawk series might be the King of skateboarding games, but that doesn't mean there can't be other viable contenders for the title. True Skate, currently available for $0.10 in many countries (but not in the US), is one such game, and by the looks of it does a damn good job.

True Skate is the official 'Street League Skateboarding' video game, which a bit of Googling tells me is an international competitive skateboarding series. For True Skate to have these credentials is a pretty big indicator of its quality (or at least potential quality) and should inspire confidence if you are a skateboarding fan.

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[Deal Alert] Choetech 6-pack USB-C cables for $12.99 on Amazon with coupon code

Are you still looking to buy some USB-A to USB-C cables? Maybe you didn't jump on board last year's Nexus phones or the LG G5 or HTC M10 or any of the new devices being released with USB-C, but you're eying that new Note7 and you can't wait to have it in your hands... except you need new cables. Or maybe you already have a couple of cables but you need moar, much moar, for the car and the portable charger you keep in your backpack and your Macbook/Pixel C and the nightstand and the dock at work, etc...

Either way, here's a deal you can jump on.

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[Deal Alert] 32GB Nexus 6P on sale for just $347 at Jet.com

This deal may disappear fast, so I'm not going to waste time with needless banter. Jet.com currently has the 32GB Nexus 6P on sale for just $347, with free shipping, thanks to a coupon code and a couple of other stipulations. Here's what you need to do to see that price in your cart.

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[Deal Alert] Sleep Cycle alarm clock $0.25 worldwide, Colin McRae Rally €0.10 and Cameringo+ €0.10 in select countries

I come bearing deals. They're not gifts per se, but they're nice deals for two apps and a game that you can grab for next to nothing this week. Without further ado, here are the discounts. You can find the download links to all of them at the end of the post.

Sleep Cycle alarm clock is an alarm app that monitors your sleep — for that, your phone has to be placed on your mattress next to your pillow ideally — and analyzes your movement to figure out the most appropriate time to wake you in your light sleep phase. It normally costs $0.99, but it's now discounted worldwide to the equivalent of USD 0.25.

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