If you still haven’t gotten around to doing your taxes, you’ve got a big advantage over the early birds: $10 in additional savings on H&R Block tax filing software, courtesy of Amazon.
If you still haven’t gotten around to doing your taxes, you’ve got a big advantage over the early birds: Huge discounts on H&R Block tax filing software, courtesy of Amazon.
Tax forms are finally starting to roll out, but before you go out and pay full price for filing software, be sure to check out Amazon’s TurboTax discounts.
Not content to coast into 2017, Amazon just kicked off its first ever Digital Day, with tons of deals on, you guessed it, digital downloads.
We’re running right up against holiday shipping deadlines for you procrastinators out there, but Amazon’s here to help with a collection of giftable digital subscriptions that will arrive in your inbox immediately.
I know the year isn’t over, and nobody wants to think about dealing with taxes yet, but today only, Amazon’s taking at least 50% off downloads and discs of H&R Block’s tax prep software.
Well here’s something I didn’t expect to see today: Amazon is offering up $50 gift cards when you subscribe to a year of Dropbox Pro for $99, today only (Note: New Dropbox Pro customers only). That gets you 1TB in the cloud to store all of your stuff for a full year, and the Amazon gift card couldn’t arrive at a…
Yesterday, Apple released its latest major software update with iOS 10. As far as I can tell, the iteration exists only to cut my battery life in half, make my Messages app unusable, and trick me into downloading hundreds of cartoon Biebers and one George R. R. Martin. Reader, don’t be like me. Don’t update your…
The Golden State Warriors are the team of the megalomaniacs and bloodsuckers of Silicon Valley, and they are run by a trophy-fucker who thinks he invented smallball. From their continued obfuscation of their own ridiculous luck with a teleological argument about how their success was predetermined by their…
While we do see 20% discounts from time to time, a $100 iTunes gift card for $85 is still a solid deal if you pay for Apple Music, iCloud storage, or PokéCoins.
I’m not that far removed from my last math class, and I was pretty good at it back then, but I barely remember what the equations in this demo video are trying to express, let alone how to solve them. But this is the future, and retaining what you learn isn’t important anymore.
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Last week you may have accidentally received a notification from Facebook asking you if you were okay following the bombing in Lahore, Pakistan—even if you were nowhere near Lahore, or the country of Pakistan.
Did you know that water is good for you? You should drink a lot of water. In fact, you should drink more water than any other beverage. How much water should you drink? Well, that’s up for debate, but let’s say eight glasses of water per day, eight ounces per glass. That’s a lot! Are you drinking enough water? Have…
If you have kids, chances are that they live and breathe Minecraft, and with today’s Amazon Gold Box deal, you can turn that obsession into something more productive.
Major League Baseball just kicked off their annual Father’s Day sale, allowing you to save 50% on an annual MLB.TV subscription for the rest of the 2015 baseball season. My Reds appear to be dead in the water, unfortunately, but if your favorite team or disgusting baseball chin is still in the hunt for a pennant (and…
I take buses and trains everywhere in the San Francisco area, and I know the city’s bus routes better than I know the UX on my phone. So I had to try Leap, the city’s new private bus service. It was a nice experience in many ways, but I wouldn’t recommend it – and not just because of the $6 price tag.
That goddamn app. Even though it's ugly and incomprehensible and barfs useless notifications at me, I keep using it. When I touch its stupid icon on my screen, it's a hate tap. It's a finger cringe. But I can't quit!
Tech companies make my blood boil. I live in San Francisco, where I'm surrounded by them. What's worse, I'm surrounded by their employees—by droves of social-media strategists and integrated-marketing specialists, by dev-ops leads and database engineers, by bro-grammers. So, so many bro-grammers. This phylum…