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[Deal Alert] One Year Of Dashlane Premium Can Be Yours For Free If You Rush Over To AppSumo

One way to get accustomed to a service is to try it out. Then, after you've gotten used to things, keep using it for a year. Maybe then you will be better able to determine if you value the product enough to start paying.

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[Deal Alert] Get A Lifetime ProXPN Premium VPN License With No Restrictions On Torrent Traffic For $39

Hey, you don't have to explain to me why you want a VPN account. In an age where people are increasingly concerned about what companies do with their data, being compromised by hackers, and government surveillance, I'm not going to give you a hard time for wanting your privacy. Huh? You just want to torrent some stuff? Oh, well, whatever, sure, yeah, you can do that too.

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Humble Weekly Bundle Is An Aspiring Developer's Dream Including Games, Source Code, And A GameMaker License With Android Export ($450 Value)

Playing games is fun, but what about making them? The Weekly Humble Bundle can help you do just that for a very reasonable price. In addition to a pile of games (mostly Windows), you can get a license to the popular GameMaker: Studio Pro software with Android export. That would usually cost you $299, but it's only $12 via Humble Bundle.

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[Deal Alert] Tronsmart 42W 3-Port USB Charger With Quick Charge 2.0 $12 On Amazon After $8 Off Coupon

Your phone shipped with a wall charger capable of pumping juice back into one device at a time, but there's a decent chance you have a couple more than one lying around. Want to charge several with one plug? You can.

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[Deal Alert] Grab A Brand New Unlocked AT&T Samsung Galaxy S5 On eBay For $300

The days of receiving somewhat flimsy feeling flagship handsets from Samsung, at least for now, appear to be over—but that just means this is a good time to grab the past devices for cheap. The Galaxy S5 is available right this moment on eBay for $300. Think of the S5 as the epitome of plastic phone hardware from Samsung.

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[Update: Back At $349.99] [Deal Alert] Unlocked Refurbished HTC One M9 For $379.99 Via eBay Daily Deals

The HTC One M9 may not have lived up to all our hopes, but it's still a good phone overall. I'd get an M9 before a great many other devices out there, if the price is right. Today, you can get your hands on an M9 for the reasonable price of $379.99 if you act fast.

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[Deal Alert] Get An Omaker 10W Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker For $25 (Down From $35) With Coupon Code

You want a portable Bluetooth speaker. Sorry, that was meant to be a question. You want a portable Bluetooth speaker? Then listen up.

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'Jones On Fire' And 'Muertitos A Matching Puzzle' Join Humble Mobile Bundle 14—And We're Giving Away 10 Free Codes [Update: Winners]

A week has passed since Humble Bundle debuted its most recent Android bundle. With the passage of time come two additional games: Jones on Fire and Muertitos a Matching Puzzle.

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HTC Hot Deals Are Back In The US: Save 40% On The Nexus 9, 25% On The M9 With $100 Play Store Credit, And 50% On Accessories And Re Cameras

Remember when HTC had its Hot Deals discounts in July and everyone tried to grab a Nexus 9 for 40% off? Well, the deal is back and you better hurry because the stocks seem to be depleting as I type this. Right now, only one color of each 16GB (black) and 32GB (white) Nexus 9 remains available, while the other is gone, gone, gone. If you're too lazy to do the math, you're looking at paying $239.40 instead of $399 for the 16GB, and $287.40 instead of $479 for the 32GB. At those prices, the tablet's flaws sort of disappear from the equation.

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[Deal Alert] Get A Lifetime Subscription To TigerVPN For Just $29, Android Support And Access To Endpoints In 15 Locations Included

Concerns about privacy online are only growing nowadays. You might be interested in avoiding the NSA, advertising agencies, your ISP, hackers, or whatever is going on at that free hotspot you just connected to. A popular and powerful method of doing this is using a VPN, which both changes your visible IP address (like a proxy) and encrypts all your web traffic to keep prying eyes away (unlike a proxy).

TigerVPN in conjunction with StackSocial is now offering a lifetime subscription to their "lite" VPN service for only $29, less than a one-year price for most competitors.

Your money earns you perpetual access to connections in 15 different locations, giving you a variety of options depending on your specific needs.

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