Unknowing shoppers often pay 10 times as much for these cables. Don't make that mistake!
Norton Save & Restore 2.0, currently on sale from Buy.com, will set you back just $2.99 after a pair of mail-in rebates, and you don't even have to pay for shipping.
Just upload your favorite photos from your phone; this service binds them into a sweet little flip-book. There's just one weird little catch.
Drawing from iOS 7's new design with rainbow colors and jumpy icons, the Twitter client app revamps its look and hikes up its price to $2.99.
Reading RSS feeds on your iPhone should be something you do in style.
That's not 99 cents per day or even per month -- that's 99 cents for an entire year. And every year after that.
New MatchBook program offers Kindle editions of print books that Amazon customers purchased as early as the online store's first days. For now, the list is limited and could cost up to $2.99 per title.
This is about as cheap as laptops get. But is it too limited to be of practical value? Not if you know what you're getting.
This iPhone app helps keep your camera roll uncluttered by saving photos to the cloud and providing a link that you can then use for a reminder or in an email or text.
It you can select an Instagram-like filter, then you can create a convincing watercolor painting with the Waterlogue app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.