After shelling out a measly $30 for OSX Lion, going through a week of transitions and quirks and perhaps feeling a little unnerved with this cloud computing thing; not having a physical disk to go with your purchase. So, why would you have to go and pay again for a USB bootable copy when Apple releases it later this month? You don’t, and you wont, not with this handy little tool called Lion Diskmaker. It’s a simple app that extracts the “necessary embryonic Lion items” from the package you previously downloaded from the App Store, then writes them to your USB drive or a DVD. Then of course, you have your physical copy of Lion, not just a virtual DMG installer. If you’ve already installed Lion you may have noticed that your installer has disappeared, yeah, Apple did that. What you will have to do is load the App Store on another computer, then re-download Lion again.
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There are tons of deals from the Amazon Appstore that will be offered starting now and throughout the holiday shopping season. They say that they will have "hundreds of titles that are eitehr free... or available between 50-90% off" the regular price.
Case in point, if you head over to the Google Play Store right now, you'll find that Google is celebrating all Cyber Weekend with discounts on all sorts of content. This includes many popular apps and games
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If you were hoping to save yourself some cash as you brave the Black Friday shopping crowds, you'll want to go somewhere other than the official Apple Stores.