Refurbished Apple MacBook Pro 13″ Laptop w/ Retina for $900 + free of charge shipping

Large Value Inc. via eBay provides the factory-refurbished Apple MacBook Pro i5 13″ Laptop with Retina Display in Silver, model number MF839LL/A, for $899. 99 with free shipping . Absolutely $199 under our refurb point out from three weeks ago as well as the lowest total price we’ve observed in any condition. (It’s $199 beneath the best price we could find for a refurbished today. ) It features a good Intel Core i5 2 . 7GHz Broadwell dual-core processor, 13. 3″ 2560×1600 Retina display, 8GB RAM, 128GB SOLID STATE DRIVE, Intel Iris graphics, 802. 11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4. 0, FaceTime HD camera, USB 3. zero, HDMI output, and Mac OPERATING SYSTEM X 10. 10 Yosemite. A f warranty applies, but its duration will be unclear.

Refurbished Apple MacBook Pro 13″ Laptop w/ Retina for $900 + free of charge shipping

Large Value Inc. via eBay provides the factory-refurbished Apple MacBook Pro i5 13″ Laptop with Retina Display in Silver, model number MF839LL/A, for $899. 99 with free shipping . Absolutely $199 under our refurb point out from three weeks ago as well as the lowest total price we’ve observed in any condition. (It’s $199 beneath the best price we could find for a refurbished today. ) It features a good Intel Core i5 2 . 7GHz Broadwell dual-core processor, 13. 3″ 2560×1600 Retina display, 8GB RAM, 128GB SOLID STATE DRIVE, Intel Iris graphics, 802. 11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4. 0, FaceTime HD camera, USB 3. zero, HDMI output, and Mac OPERATING SYSTEM X 10. 10 Yosemite. A f warranty applies, but its duration will be unclear.

Unlocked Smartphones at eBay: Up to 92% off, from $28 + free shipping

Various merchants via eBay take up to 92% off select new, open-box, and refurbished unlocked phones, with prices starting from $27.99. Plus, these orders qualify for free shipping. A couple of best bets, with comparisons to new units:

  • Unlocked Blu Studio 7.0 LTE 16GB 4G LTE GSM Android Smartphone for $99.99 (low by $11)
  • open-box Unlocked Apple iPhone 5s 16GB Smartphone for $199.95 (pictured, low by $49)

Note that warranty information is available on individual product pages.

Unlocked Smartphones at eBay: Up to 92% off, from $28 + free shipping

Various merchants via eBay take up to 92% off select new, open-box, and refurbished unlocked phones, with prices starting from $27.99. Plus, these orders qualify for free shipping. A couple of best bets, with comparisons to new units:

  • Unlocked Blu Studio 7.0 LTE 16GB 4G LTE GSM Android Smartphone for $99.99 (low by $11)
  • open-box Unlocked Apple iPhone 5s 16GB Smartphone for $199.95 (pictured, low by $49)

Note that warranty information is available on individual product pages.

Fix `Failed To Fetch` Google Chrome Repository After Google Dropped Support For Its Browser On Linux 32bit

As announced back in December, Google stopped supporting Google Chrome on 32-bit Linux starting this month. Users running a 32bit Linux distribution are advised to stop using Google Chrome because, while it will continue to work, it will no longer receive any updates (including no security fixes).
The 32-bit build configurations for Chromium continues to be supported, so you can still use Chromium browser on 32-bit Linux distributions.

Because the official Google Chrome repository no longer provides 32-bit packages, 64-bit Ubuntu/Debian users will notice an error when updating the software sources, which looks as follows:

Failed to fetch http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/dists/stable/Release 
Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-i386/Packages' in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file) 
Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

To fix this error on Ubuntu/Debian 64-bit, the repository must be specifically set for 64-bit only – this can be done by adding “[arch=amd64]” after “deb” in the /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list and /opt/google/chrome/cron/google-chrome files. To do this automatically, you can use the following commands:

sudo sed -i -e 's/deb http/deb [arch=amd64] http/' "/etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list"
sudo sed -i -e 's/deb http/deb [arch=amd64] http/' "/opt/google/chrome/cron/google-chrome"

(Update: The article was modified with the addition of a second command that adds “[arch=amd64]” to the script that generates the .list file – thanks to +Adam Gunklach)

On 32-bit, you should remove the repository and stop using Google Chrome since it won’t receive any security updates:
sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list
sudo apt-get remove google-chrome

thanks to darkfur93 @ reddit for the info (and to Bruce Ingalls for the tip)

Fix `Failed To Fetch` Google Chrome Repository After Google Dropped Support For Its Browser On Linux 32bit

As announced back in December, Google stopped supporting Google Chrome on 32-bit Linux starting this month. Users running a 32bit Linux distribution are advised to stop using Google Chrome because, while it will continue to work, it will no longer receive any updates (including no security fixes).
The 32-bit build configurations for Chromium continues to be supported, so you can still use Chromium browser on 32-bit Linux distributions.

Because the official Google Chrome repository no longer provides 32-bit packages, 64-bit Ubuntu/Debian users will notice an error when updating the software sources, which looks as follows:

Failed to fetch http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/dists/stable/Release 
Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-i386/Packages' in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file) 
Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

To fix this error on Ubuntu/Debian 64-bit, the repository must be specifically set for 64-bit only – this can be done by adding “[arch=amd64]” after “deb” in the /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list and /opt/google/chrome/cron/google-chrome files. To do this automatically, you can use the following commands:

sudo sed -i -e 's/deb http/deb [arch=amd64] http/' "/etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list"
sudo sed -i -e 's/deb http/deb [arch=amd64] http/' "/opt/google/chrome/cron/google-chrome"

(Update: The article was modified with the addition of a second command that adds “[arch=amd64]” to the script that generates the .list file – thanks to +Adam Gunklach)

On 32-bit, you should remove the repository and stop using Google Chrome since it won’t receive any security updates:
sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list
sudo apt-get remove google-chrome

thanks to darkfur93 @ reddit for the info (and to Bruce Ingalls for the tip)