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Daily Deals: $849 MacBook Air, 77% Off iPod touch Cases, 32GB iPhone 4




We start off another week with a mix of bargains for the Mac fan. First up are several factory-refurbished Apple MacBook Air laptops from the Apple Store, starting at $849 for a1.86GHz Core 2 Duo unit with 13.3-inch screen. Also, Handhelditems has a 77 percent discount on various cases for the iPod touch. Finally, AT&T Wireless has several refurbished iPhone 4 handsets, such as a 32GB model.

Along the way, we’ll also check out the latest batch of iPhone app price cuts, including “Harry Potter: Spells.” Additionally, we’ll take a look at another sale on 160GB Apple TV units, iPhone applications and Mac software. As always, details on these and many more items can be found at CoM’s “Daily Deals” page right after the jump.

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon App Debuts on iTunes App Store



NBC’s Jimmy Fallon is the first American late night TV host out of the gate with a dedicated app for Apple’s mobile device users, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (iTunes link), available free as of Wednesday in the App Store.

Fallon, arguably the most tech-savvy of all the late night talk show hosts in the US, regularly spotlights tech and social media in his show’s skits and jokes and in the past showcased “fantasy” apps such as “Axl Rose Relaxation” and “Moldova Y/N” that actually made it into the production release.

The mobile app — compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch — will also showcase video clips and photos from the TV show along with behind-the-scenes blog posts from the Late Night site.

Daily Deals: iPad Folio Case, iPhone App Freebies, iPhone Warranty




We start out with yet another case for your iPad. The Folio Case from Kensington provides your tablet with a synthetic leather cover and a padded interior, plus the $13 item can double as a landscape-mode stand. We also have a new crop of free applications from the iPhone App Store, including “Word Warrior,” a game which promises to challenge your vocabulary skills. Finally, there is a two-year warranty from SquareTrade. The company offers the warranty, covering drops and spills for $93.75 with a coupon code.

Along the way, we’ll also check out other items, including “MemoryMiner 2”, a digital storytelling application for your Mac. As always, details on these bargains and many others can be found at CoM’s “Daily Deals” page right after the jump.

Turning On Your Computer Kills Battery Life [Comment of the Week]



Comment of the week comes from reader Flash Man regarding the story that Adobe’s Flash kills battery life. Writes Flash Mac:

A new study also indicates that using web and desktop applications will significantly decrease battery life. In fact, in a stunning series of tests soon to be released, scientists have determined that simply running the computer would decrease the battery by up to 50X compared to keeping it in the ‘off’ or ‘standby’ mode. Scientists are looking for solutions to this problem. One five year old girl suggested plugging in some kind of ‘charging device’ to combat this threat. Fanboys quickly dismissed the idea as too simple and instead suggested purchasing multiple Macbooks and having an elaborate series of spares available at all times. Additionally, Apple suggests purchasing an AppleTV and an iPhone to make end users feel better.

Redsn0w Now Available To Jailbreak iOS 4.1



Been holding out for redsn0w before jailbreaking your iOS 4.1 device. Good news: the Dev Ream has just released the latest version which will allow you to jailbreak your iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, 3rd or 4th generation iPod Touch and second generation AppleTV on either Mac or Windows machines. It uses geohot’s limera1n exploit, and also adds “custom bootlogos for iPhone3G/iPhone3GS/iPod2G users (with qualifying bootroms)” and an option that implements the ‘DFU’ button in PwnageTool” in Windows.

Interested? Grab it here, and let the hacking commence.

Flash Video Coming to iPhone on 11/4 with Skyfire Browser



At 9 AM ET on Thursday, November 4, the Skyfire Browser will be coming to iOS and will allow users to watch Flash video on their iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch by converting it to HTML5.

Priced at $2.99, Skyfire Browser has been available on Android devices since May 2010, and has been incredibly popular with 1.5 million downloads. Now, after a “rather rigorous review,” Apple has finally approved the app for iOS devices, and it will soon be available in the App Store.

iPhone 5 Will Enable Ambitious Remote Computing Program – Source [Exclusive]



We’ve received a tip about an unexpected application for the NFC chip Apple is expected to build into the iPhone 5.

Near Field Communication (NFC) is a short-range wireless connection technology that would turn the iPhone into an electronic wallet or security passkey.

NFC is already in use in Asia and is expected to explode here in the next three to five years, especially if Apple adopts the technology. NFC has been rumored for the iPhone 5, and Apple appears to be gearing up for a NFC revolution. It has made a lot of NFC hires, including a a leading NFC expert and has patented a lot of NFC technology.

If the iPhone 5 does have NFC, applications like an eWallet are a no-brainer. But we’ve been told that Apple is also researching NFC for remote computing.

Daily Deals: iPhone ‘Scary Prank’, iPad Mini Stand, Cyclops iPhone 4 Case




We start off with two frightfully good deals for your iPhone. First is the latest crop of free iPhone applications, including “A Scary Prank.” Next is the Cyclops Case for your iPhone 4. A bit more on the ‘treat’ side is a stylish mini stand for your iPad that’s just $2.

Along the way, we’ll also check out some cases for your iPod touch, as well as some refurbished second-generation iPods, and a 27-inch LED Cinema Display bundled with Apple’s Magic Trackpad. As usual, details on these and many other bargains can be found at CoM’s “Daily Deals” page right after the jump.