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If you're planning an overseas trip anytime soon, today's Amazon Gold Box features Level 1 Rosetta Stone packs in over a dozen languages for $69 each. [Rosetta Stone Language Software, $69]


Anker makes some of the highest-rated gadget charging gear on the market, their products are among the most popular we've ever posted, and today, they're having a nice little sale on Amazon. The four included items are listed below; just be sure to note the promo codes.

Anker 2nd Gen Astro E4 13000mAh External Battery + 10W Adapter ($32) | Amazon | Promo code V5YWQXDA

Anker Astro E1 5200mAh External Battery ($16) | Amazon | Promo code Q4UXW3E2

Anker 2nd Gen Astro Mini 3200mAh External Battery+ 3' Lightning Cable ($24) | Amazon | Promo code XH88FBEZ

Anker 24W 2-Port Car Charger+ 3ft MFi Lightning Cable ($16) | Amazon | Promo code 16DF2452


No matter how long you've been driving, it's never too late to learn better habits. Automatic is a little Bluetooth dongle that plugs into your car's OBD-II port (found on almost any car made since 1996) and communicates with your smartphone to track driving habits, mileage, and engine problems. Best of all, if you're in an accident, Automatic will automatically alert the authorities and call your family, no subscription required.

Automatic normally goes for $100 around the web, but today you can take a $20 discount. [Automatic Smart Driving Assistant, $80]


$20 is a solid price for any surge protector with 12 outlets, coax, and ethernet ports. The fact that several of the outlets swivel for better space management is a nice bonus though. [Rosewill 4320 Joules Rotating Outlet Surge Protector with RJ11 and Coax Protection, $20 with code EMCANNV67]


This compact mechanical gaming keyboard features Razer's custom mechanical key switches, on-the-fly macro recording, and a great low price. [Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Stealth Keyboard, $60]


If your car's built-in stereo didn't come with Bluetooth or Siri Eyes Free, it could be cheaper than you'd expect to upgrade. [ Pioneer FHX-720BT 2-DIN CD Receiver with Mixtrax, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, USB, Pandora, and Android Music Support, $110]


Fitness bands are popular, but some people still prefer clip-on trackers. The Jawbone Up Move has solid user reviews on Amazon, but if you buy it from Dell, you'll get a free $25 gift card. [Jawbone UP Move Bluetooth Activity Tracker plus $25 Gift Card, $50]


I love my SodaStream, but the carbonating bottles are shockingly expensive. This is one of the best deals we've ever seen on a pair. [Sodastream 1l Carbonating Bottles (Twin Pack), $14]


Before you go out and buy a DJI Phantom, you'll want to hone your skills on a cheap indoor quadcopter like this one from UDI. It even has a built-in (albeit low quality) camera for first-person flying. [UDI 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera, $55]


Microsoft's $40 deal on Xbox Live is getting a lot of hype around the web today, but remember, you can get 13 months for the same price from Walmart. [ 13 Months of Xbox Live Gold, $40]


The Eneloop battery deal trend continues with the lowest price ever on four Eneloop Pro AAAs. [ Panasonic eneloop Pro AAA Rechargeable Batteries, 4 Pack, $14]

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Also still available: [Panasonic 4x eneloop AA New 2100 Cycle Rechargeable Batteries with Charger, $17]


We've got ourselves another Humble Weekly Bundle. This time around, you can pay what you want for a collection of games from Japanese developers. [Humble Made in Japan Bundle]


Ubisoft has taken its share of lumps recently, which might explain why Target is doing a rare BOGO sale on select titles. Still, if you see two games on the list that you want to try, this is about as good a deal as you're likely to find. [Buy One Select Ubisoft Game, Get One Free]


Want to try a civilization-building strategy game that isn't...Civilization? Europa Universalis IV is only $10 on Steam right now, and it's free to play all weekend if you want to take it for a test drive. [Europa Universalis IV, $10]


Get the one day shipping for a wild weekdend. [Five Pounds of Haribo Gummi Bears, $11]


Anyone who thinks vacuuming is the best chore is dead wrong. If you agree, delegate it to this high-end Roomba for $420, or about $80-$100 less than usual. [iRobot Roomba 790, $420]


It's not a Humble Bundle, so you don't get to name your own price, but Humble's store is offering terrific prices on a wide variety of Square Enix games this weekend, including multiple entries from the Tomb Raider series, Sleeping Dogs, various Hitman games, and a lot more. [Humble]


I won't bury the lede here: If you own a Mac, you should own a copy of the Alfred Powerpack.

If you haven't used Alfred, it's basically OS X's Spotlight search on steroids. The free version is great, but the Powerpack opens up a a world of possibilities with its workflow feature, and also unlocks a powerful clipboard manager that I use dozens of times per day. Lifehacker's written a lot about Alfed in the past, but here's my personal usage graph for the last month.

The Powerpack is 15% off this weekend to celebrate the app's fifth birthday, and the discount applies to a single license, a family pack, or the "Mega License," which grants you free lifetime updates. I don't think I've ever seen Alfred go on sale, so don't miss out on this chance. [Alfred]


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