Get a lifetime membership to Rosetta Stone for $120 off, courtesy of Amazon

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The world isn't as big as it used to be, so it pays to learn a second language. Whether you're a CEO learning Mandarin or simply going on vacation in Italy, an ability to converse with native speakers will take you a long way. SEE ALSO: Best deals for Oct. 9: Save on Nintendo 3DS XL, CBD oil, Rosetta Stone, Echo Look, PlayStation 4, and more Get a Rosetta Stone Lifetime Membership for $179, an excellent deal that will save you $120 on the listed price of $299. Better yet, you also get a $20 Amazon gift card with your purchase. Rosetta Stone has 23 languages available to choose from as part of this Amazon special, ranging from Greek to Vietnamese and everything in between.


Rosetta Stone is on sale, so you can stop pretending you know Spanish and actually learn it

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No one's going to shame you if you have no idea what any of these mean, but wouldn't it be cool if you could add a foreign language proficiency on your résumé or, I don't know, your Tinder profile? There is a myriad of benefits to learning a new language, including growing your brain and protecting yourself against Alzheimer's. Yeah, it's backed by science and everything. But while you can simply download a language app on your smartphone, nothing beats Rosetta Stone. It set the gold standard for language learning and has remained the most trusted language solution for a quarter of a century.


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Amazon Adds G4 Instances to Machine Learning Cloud Offerings

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Amazon's AMZN customer-oriented focus is evident from its strong efforts toward strengthening cloud service offerings. In fact, the company is making every effort to expand presence in the cloud computing space backed by robust product and services portfolio of Amazon Web Services (AWS). The move to make its new GPU-powered Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance, G4 instances, generally available is testament to the fact. Notably, these instances are capable of networking throughput of up to 100 Gbps and 1.8 TB of local NVMe storage. Further, these instances feature NVIDIA T4 GPUs and 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors.