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Kindle Fire HD 8.9 gets a price cut both Wi-Fi and LTE models for Valentine’s Day

Amazon has decide to play cupid for this year's Valentines Day as they make a temporary price cut once more for their Kindle Fire HD 8.9 editions both the Wi-Fi and LTE models. The Wi-Fi gets a $30 dollar price cut to down $269 while the LTE model gets a bigger cut of $50 down to $449 . Offer ends on February 8th PR Down Below     Here are a just few ways Kindle can act as cupid and make Valentine ...

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YouTube Will Experiment With Paid Subscriptions

I remember the first time I used YouTube, not the exact date, but how it looked and how it has changed over the time. We have seen a huge transformation in the site these last three or five years. It seems that the video player is getting smaller and smaller to make room for all the advertisement. Now, YouTube has plans to experiment with paid subscriptions. They say it can work in two ways; people should p ...

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New 128 GB iPad Joins The Family

There was a rumor this past week about Apple going to release a 128GB iPad to their current catalog. Today, this rumor becomes a reality. Apple has officially confirmed that this iPad will be available on February 5th. It is always good to have more storage, and give different alternatives to the consumers. It will have a 9.7 Retina display, the latest A6x chip, HD camera, iOS 6.1 and additional support for ...

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Microsoft has gone 100% digital for the first time. Today Microsoft launched the new Office 365. You must know that this is a cloud service. For a monthly subscription you can have Word, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook and Access on five different computers and other mobile devices. The subscription prices are $9.99 for one month, or $99.99 for a year. It will also come with 20 GB of their cl ...

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Instagram Asking for Personal Information

iPhone users how would you feel if you were asked to submit a government ID in order to upload pictures of yourself through Instagram? Safe or frustrated? Well after Instagram's latest TOS update, it has been asking users to confirm their identities with a government ID such as a drivers license or a passport. Personally, it seems unsafe to submit personal information via Internet, but according to Facebook ...

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Lookout Adroid’s New Anti-thief’s App

The Security software developer Lookout is giving Android consumer a new way to catch those smartphone thieves. They integrated a new feature in Lookout Security & Antivirus for android, called Lock Cam. The idea is very simple, once you fail to unlock the phone more than three times it will automatically take a photo with the front-facing camera. Then Lookout will send you an e-mail with the photo of t ...

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Game Over for Atari

The video game company Atari U.S. has been declared in bankruptcy in an effort to separate from their French parent company. Atari states that in order to secure investments it is necessary to grow in mobile and downloadable video games. Atari U.S. have shifted to focus on digital games and licensing, including developing games. We hope the best for Atari since they were some of the pioneers in video game h ...

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Microsoft Surface Pro Will Hit Stores On February 9

Microsoft has finally announced the release date for their most powerful surface, February 9. You already know the pros and cons of this Pro Surface over the RT version. First of all, the PRO version will run full Windows 8 Pro operating system, unlike the Surface RT  which runs the Windows 8-optimized Metro apps. The Pro version has an Intel Core i5 processor and its a little bit thicker and heavier than t ...

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Samsung Could Release an 8 Inch Galaxy Note Tablet

Samsung already has many 7-inch tablets in the market, but they want to compete directly with Apple and their iPad mini with a 8-inch Galaxy Note tablet. Supposedly, the new tablet could pop up at Mobile World Congress next month. The tablet would have a resolution of 1280x900, which is slightly better than the iPad mini's. It will be released with 16GB or 32GB of storage. The price could be around $249 and ...

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Nokia Releases 3D Print Kit for Costumers to Make Their Own Cases

We have seen that this past year 3D printers were released at very affordable prices from many different companies. Now, Nokia is taking a step forward with a revolutionary idea. They released this Friday on their website the 3D blueprints for Lumia 820 cases which includes mechanical drawings of the back of the shell. Those costumers with 3D printers will be available to print their costume colors cases. T ...

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