To celebrate the launch of iPad 2, they’re offering up to 70% off on every EA game optimized for iPad, including Madden NFL 11 and Mirror’s Edge, plus FIFA 11, ROCK BAND Reloaded, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, TETRIS, RISK, MONOPOLY, SCRABBLE, and Pictureka.
All games are available through the iTunes store. You can use the links from the EA site to each individual game in the store, or just launch iTunes.
Games on Sale for 99 Cents
ChuChu Rocket HD (iPad)
Ecco the Dolphin
Phantasy Star II
Super Monkey Ball 1
Super Monkey Ball 2
Super Monkey Ball 2 Sakura Edition (iPad)
Streets of Rage
Virtua Fighter 2
Games on Sale for $2.99
Sonic the Hedgehog 1
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Sonic 4 Episode 1
Song list includes:
“Nothing Like You”
“One Life Stand”
The Bamboos (featuring Kylie Auldist)
“On The Sly”
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
You need the iTunes software installed to redeem your code and receive your songs. The code is revealed by clicking the link on the page link provided below. This offer expires August 31, 2010.
A computer in a pen that helps you never miss a wordTM. PulseTM records everything you hear, say and write, and links your audio recordings to your notes. Find the most important information from your meetings or lectures just by tapping on what you wrote.
2GB of memory can hold over 200 hours of audio (actual recording time varies by audio quality setting).
The pen is tremendously under-marketed by Livescribe and (in my opinion) most people are not really made aware of its full potential. The only way to really get what it’s capable of is to watch some of the video reviews on Youtube… (John Henry, Consumer Review)
• Capture everything you write, draw, speak or hear
• Find the information you captured in seconds
• High-speed infrared camera
• Embedded microphone and built-in speaker
• OLED display
• USB connector
• Audio jack
• Livescribe Desktop software
You will not regret buying this tool (i stress tool and not toy)…(BV, Consumer Review)
What You Need
• Intel-based Mac with OS X 10.5.5 or later, including 10.6
• Windows XP with SP3 or Windows Vista or Windows 7
• 600 MHz CPU or higher
• 300 MB free disk space
• Available USB 2.0 port
• Internet connection
• Requires LivescribeTM dot paper. Use it to activate all smartpen applications.
To celebrate Thanksgiving, Agile Web Solutions is giving thanks to its customers this week in the form of a free iPhone app. Previously $7.99, 1Password Pro touch [iTunes link] is completely free until December 1st.
Whether or not you use the excellent Mac edition of this app, which was recently updated to version 3.0, 1Password touch is a great addition to your iPod touch or iPhone. Essentially a password manager, this app stores login usernames and passwords, wallet information like credit card numbers, software license keys, and secured notes behind one or two levels of protection (depending on how sensitive you deem the data). With cut and paste functionality, as well as a built-in web browser, it’s a great way to simplify logging into password-protected sites or even making online purchases. Of course, to get the most out of the mobile version, a copy running on your Mac is a must. With it, you’ll be able to sync your information between the devices.
The standard app is great and all, but since both versions are free for the time being, you might as well grab the Pro. Extra features include folders for better organization, the ability to copy multiple fields to paste elsewhere, and a unique switching mode to quickly copy and past info into Mobile Safari. In addition, there are some Pro-only features on the way including MobileMe and WebDAV syncing (I can’t wait for that!), and Favorites.
If you already have the regular touch edition, make sure to back up your data before removing the old app and upgrading to the Pro version. Those with the Mac application can rely on Wi-Fi syncing to ensure the latest info is on the computer, however Agile has instructions on its site for those without. Once you’ve removed the standard 1Password touch and installed Pro, you can restore the data.
The special one-day Apple shopping event. November 27.
Come back to the Apple Online Store the day after Thanksgiving for a special one-day-only holiday shopping event. You’ll find dozens of great iPod, iPhone, and Mac gift ideas.
Mark your calendar now. And until then, start your research by browsing the Apple Online Store to find iPod, iPhone, and Mac gifts for everyone on your list.
iMacs, iPod Nanos, iPod Touch, Macbooks, Apple TVs, Mouse & Keyboards and more will all be on sale.
This post is simply to serve as a reminder for those who may have missed our post back on May 27th, 2009. The last day to claim your free iPod Touch is on September 8th, 2009.
The clock is ticking on the best deal of the school year. Buy a qualifying Mac today—complete with newly refined Mac OS X Snow Leopard—and get a free iPod touch. Plus, you’ll save even more with Apple education pricing. But get going—the last day for this offer is just around the corner.
By purchasing an Apple computer, using Apple’s Education Individual pricing, and a qualifying iPod, between May 27, 2009, and September 8, 2009 you’ll be eligible to receive up to $259 via Apple’s mail-in rebate.
- You must purchase your Mac computer and iPod from the Apple Online Store, an Apple Retail Store, or an Apple Authorized Campus Store. Products purchased at other locations are not eligible for this offer.
- Your purchase must be made between May 27, 2009, and September 8, 2009, to be eligible. Your claim must be postmarked by October 8, 2009.
- Your computer and iPod purchases must appear on the same receipt. Online orders may ship separately. In this case, include all relevant invoices.
- Apple will process a maximum of five claims for multiple computer and iPod purchases on the same receipt.