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Toshiba Excite 10 SE

Toshiba is releasing a new line of tablets, the Excite tablets. The newest member of the family is the Toshiba Excite 10 SE and it has a lot to offer. Not only with good specs but also with a good retail price at $350.  The Excite 10 SE will be running Android 4.1(Jelly Bean). It is 0.4 inches thick and weighs 22.6 ounces, also it has a 10.1 inch AutoBrite HD screen (1280x800), a 1.5 GHz quad-core Nvidia Te ...

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Polaroid Reborn

The Polaroid instant camera is back, but way more digitized at an incredible high price. For those lovers from the classic Polaroid iconic SX-70, the Carbon One Mini is the new option available, it keeps the same retro design, but adds a micro SD card slot, 5mp camera and the option to frame your photographs like the old Polaroid used to. All of this for a price tag of $125, pretty expensive for those specs ...

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Redbox Instant by Verizon

Redbox is going digital, now they will be streaming all their movies just like Netflix does. This service is scheduled to go live in December. The streaming-only subscription will start at $6 per month with unlimited use of the video catalog. The virtual library will be smaller than the one from Netflix, but will have more recent titles. Redbox Instant by Verizon will also offer a plan for those who want DV ...

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New BMW i3 Electric Car

During this week, BMW unveiled their newest concepts at the Los Angeles Auto Show. BMW has a program named 'i' which refers to alternative-fuel vehicles. The i3 will be powered by a huge lithium-ion batteries and will have 170-hp. The body module is made of aluminum; and there are three driving modes (COMFORT, ECO PRO and ECO PRO+) and an electric range of 100 miles with full charge. This is a very nice Cou ...

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Nintendo 3DS XL Christmas bundle

Yesterday Nintendo announced a very attractive 3DS XL bundle for this Christmas. It will arrive somewhere in December and it will cost the same, but with a preloaded game. This bundle will have the blue and black Nintendo 3DS XL and a digital copy of Mario Kart 7(awesome game). The price of the bundle will be $200 usd, same price at the moment for the 3DS XL by itself. Source: http://www.spk.la/2012/11/se-a ...

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Dell Ultrabook with Linux

Today Dell started selling their new ultrabook XPS 13, which runs a version of Ubunto Linux. It has a really sleek desing and an OS that some of us love. IT has an Intel Core i7-3517U Ivy Bridge processor, 8GB DDR SDRAM at 1600 MHZ, and a 256GB solid state drive. It also supports a 1,366x768 13.3-inch display, all of these for $1,549. Best Buy will be selling a Windows version of the XPS 13 with Intel Sandy ...

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Google Fiber adds Turner channels, like CNN and Cartoon Network

Google is really try to push its Fiber Internet and Cable network "Google Fiber" which launched in Kansas City earlier this year. Google recently added Turner networks, such as CNN and Cartoon network. There lineup of channels was lacking slightly at first, but they are npw starting to catch up with there competition. Residents in Kansas City are able to get Crazy fast 1 Gigabit internet and Fiber televisio ...

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LG Optimus G revealed

The LG Optimus G is packing a serious punch here, with its Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC,  LTE, 2gb RAM, 13 MP camera  and awesome 4.7"  gapless  AH-IPS HD display. Those are some hefty specs LG has brought to the table, and easily one of the best devices, spec wise to be released/announced. The quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro in the Optimus G is one serious chip, with its 4 Krait cores, and Adreno 320 GPU this phone i ...

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Motorola getting rid of 4000 employees as Google Restructures it

Motorola Mobility seems to be letting go a whopping of 20 percent of its work force and also close third of its offices worldwide. The cutbacks seem to  come from Motorola's new owner Google, who is looking to "reinvent" the smartphone manufacturer, as it has fallen away significantly in recent years. Apple and Samsung are currently owning the smartphone market, and Google would like to reboot Motorola, wit ...

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Ouya kickstarter ends with $8.5 Million earned

Ouya (pronounced "oh yeah") is a $99 "hackable" console that is powered by Android, and a Tegra 3 SoC. , designed by Yves Behar, who also designed the  Jawbone Jambox and One Laptop Per Child.  The company started a kickstarter program with a goal of $950,000. The soon-to-be Console quickly caught attention, and the kickstarter fundraiser ended today, exceeding their target goal by nearly 805 percent. Compa ...

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