Apple has released a new way to subscribe to Apple Music, this time for a little bit cheaper. Users can now pay up front for a full year of Apple Music and receive a discount of about 17 percent over the total on the month-to-month plan.
Apple is now offering the popular iOS journaling app Day One 2 for free, although the process to obtain the app is a bit different from past Apple deals. Here’s how to get it.
Audible has long offered just about everyone a one-month free trial, but Amazon Prime members new to the service can now get a 3-month free trial, which includes three free audiobooks. Check out the details within.
If you’re looking to pick up an Xbox One, now might be the time. In addition to the free games that already come with the various console bundles, you can pick up an additional free game this week with the purchase of an Xbox One.
Microsoft is now offering one year of 100GB OneDrive storage for free to Dropbox users. Users need only to log in to their OneDrive account and then upload a verification file to their Dropbox Account.
3D Realms, former game developer and publisher that defined PC gaming in the early 1990s, has returned to offer a compilation of the company’s classic genre-defining games. The 3D Realms Anthology, released via digital download this week, features 32 games updated with a custom launcher to run on modern versions of Windows.
Microsoft’s Surface 2 tablet just got a big price cut. The company has cut the price of all Surface 2 models by $100 until September 27th, giving the 32GB entry-level model a new starting price of $349.
TekRevue recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. To thank our readers for their amazing support, we’re going to give away an iPad worth up to $629!
Steam’s annual Summer Sale kicked off this afternoon, with the digital content service offering dozens of games each day at discounts of up to 80 percent.
The popular iOS game Infinity Blade II is free for the next week as part of Apple’s “App of the Week” promotion. Related to the promotion, developer Chair Entertainment has also discounted 2012’s Infinity Blade III to $2.99, down from its regular price of $6.99. You can grab both apps now from the iOS App Store.