Want to be cool this summer? Get a pool. Here's a pretty big inflatable pool for a buck under $20.
Looks like the Xbox One will still require Xbox Live Gold to stream Netflix or play games online. That's a bummer. But it only makes getting a deal on Xbox Live Gold even more important—so pick up a year right here for $35.
True Blood, HBO's softcore vampire epic, doesn't have anything to do with consumer audio, but that didn't stop V-Moda from releasing a pair of their popular M-80 headphones with True Blood branding. As a result of this ill-fated crossover, you can cop a pair of nice cans for $70 off the normal price.
Here's a 1TB, USB 3.0 capable portable hard drive for $60 shipped from Amazon. That's a good price! And it's another reminder to back your data up.
You don't need a timepiece because your phone has a clock, but if you're going to wear one anyway, you should have it make a statement. Here's what this Casio Databank calculator watch says: I'm retro, I'm nerdy, and I think math is really important.
After the holiday season, early summer is the second best time to pick up some discounted digital games. Steam's summer sale is coming soon, but right now there are a ton of apps on sale for both iOS and Android, some of which are no-brainers, like the original Sonic The Hedgehog for $1. Actual smartphone not included.
Fuji's X-Series mirrorless cameras may not be the most beginner-friendly cameras, but they're certainly some of the prettiest. Beauty may come at a price, but both the X-Pro1 and the X-E1 recently got a $200 price cut.
Right now Amazon's selling a 3TB Seagate desktop hard drive for $110. That brings the price per terabyte to just over $36, which is a solid price for desktop storage.
Newegg is currently selling a 27-inch, matte Dell IPS screen for $550. The monitor in question sports a matte panel running at 2560 x 1440 resolution. This is an excellent deal.
The keyboard you're typing on is probably gross as hell, and it isn't doing any favors for your posture, either. Consider replacing it with Microsoft's stalwart ergonomic split keyboard, which is on sale for $30 from Amazon at the moment.
Most people cook meat by feel with a timer, but sometimes you've got to step away from the grill. Or you need to know exactly how hot your meat is. There are lots of meat thermometers that can take a temperature, but wouldn't you rather have one that you can monitor on your phone?
You're supposed to back up your computer regularly, but it's easy to understand why many people don't, especially if their daily driver is a laptop. If you're rarely at a desk, it's fairly annoying to have to plug in an external hard drive. What you need is a simple NAS, like this Seagate Central currently on sale.
Earlier this morning we blipped that Barnes & Noble is selling current-generation Nooks for as low as $130. You might have missed it among the Apple announcements. But it's worth a second look, because this is one of the best Android tablet deals we've ever seen.
Routers are boring. Most people set them up and forget they even have one. But this Asus router is so notorious that it has a cool nickname: "The Dark Knight." And Newegg's selling them for $100 shipped.
When the Surface RT launched, the most exciting hardware feature was the Touch Cover, a slick cover-keyboard hybrid. However, it cost an extra $120, which is a lot for a practically obligatory feature. Microsoft's online store is now giving them away with a Surface RT purchase, which is the way it always should have…
Amazon clearly thinks that moms are a key demographic—it even offers a Prime-style membership for moms. There isn't an analog for cool dads, but Amazon is running a few good promotions for Father's Day, and you don't even have to be a dad to get the savings.
You're about to spend a couple glorious months outside in the sun, and the easiest way to bring your tunes beyond the reach of a power outlet is a portable Bluetooth speaker. Good thing that both Jawbone Jamboxes just got an across-the-board price cut.