Archive for Nov 30, 2012

New PS Vita bundle coming to the US

New PS Vita bundle coming to the US

Sony's portable console, the PS Vita hasn't exactly been selling like gangbusters. Sony is hoping that the new PlayStation Plus service that is available for the little portable console will help spur gamers to purchase the device. Next week a new PS Vita console bundle will arrive in the US in time for holiday shopping.

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Honda unveils updated 2013 Civic in LA

Honda unveils updated 2013 Civic in LA

Love it or hate it, the Honda Civic has become one of the more popular cars for a new generation of automotive enthusiasts. Fans of the Honda Civic will want take a nice look at the 2013 Civic sedan that Honda unveiled at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show this week. The sedan gets a fresh style and other features to update the popular car.

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Google Play revenue up over 300% but App Store still sells more

Google Play revenue up over 300% but App Store still sells more

A study looking at app analytics from a company called App Annie Intelligence has been released for the first time. The app analytics firm has released its inaugural study looking at both Google Play and the App Store. The data from analytics firm shows that Google Play revenue is up 311%.

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Rumors hint next-generation Xbox will come in time for Christmas 2013

Rumors hint next-generation Xbox will come in time for Christmas 2013

Nintendo recently released its next-generation console with its Wii U. While you can buy the next generation Nintendo console right now, there still no firm information on next generation game consoles from Microsoft and Sony. Rumors have been circulating that Microsoft is set to release its next-generation Xbox game console in time for the 2013 holiday shopping season.

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Microsoft Surface Pro battery life is half what the Surface RT offers

Microsoft Surface Pro battery life is half what the Surface RT offers

Multiple reports have been surfacing over the last several weeks that hints Microsoft isn't doing well with its Surface line of tablets. Yesterday we mentioned that a source in Microsoft's supply chain said that surface RT tablet production orders had been chopped in half due to low demand. That same source tipped that the Microsoft Surface Pro might be coming earlier and at a reduced price.

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Samsung offers Protective Flip Cover bundle for Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S III

Samsung offers Protective Flip Cover bundle for Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S III

If you're the owner of the Samsung Galaxy Note II or the Samsung Galaxy S III devices, Samsung is offering a bundle you might be interested in for the holidays. The bundle adds multiple Protective Flip Cover colors in one package allowing users to change the looks of their device. The bundles offer multiple colors at a discounted price.

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Google Maps Navigation now available in Mexico

Google Maps Navigation now available in Mexico

Android Police noted on Wednesday that Mexico had appeared on the list of countries with Google Maps Navigation support. Soon after, Google announced via @GoogleMexico on Twitter that Maps Navigation is now available for Android in Mexico. Users can grab the beta app via the Google Play Store.

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RIM changes App World to BlackBerry World

RIM changes App World to BlackBerry World

RIM has unveiled the new name for its BlackBerry App World: BlackBerry World. Not much of a change, yet the difference is there, and will be rolled out in January. The name change was announced at BlackBerry Jam Asia in Bangkok, along with a few other tidbits of info related to the name change. Expect to see the change take place before the January 30th BlackBerry 10 event.

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Staples Easy 3D printing service set to launch in 2013

Staples Easy 3D printing service set to launch in 2013

Staples is set to launch its own 3D printing service in 2013 called Staples Easy 3D. Alas, however, it is slated for launch in Belgium and the Netherlands, so most of us will have to shelve our 3D models for now. This comes after a deal made between Staples and Mcor Technologies, bringing 3D printing to the average consumer.

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Tesla Motors launches new pricing for the Model S

Tesla Motors launches new pricing for the Model S

On Friday, we reported that Tesla was slated to increase the price of its popular Model S car, with no word on when exactly that would happen. Turns out the buying public didn't have long to wait, with the company announcing earlier that effective today, the Model S is now a couple grand more expensive. The price won't be applied to new reservations until January 1, however.

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Dell now offering XPS 13 Ultrabook running Ubuntu

Dell now offering XPS 13 Ultrabook running Ubuntu

Dell has launched an Ubuntu version of its attractive XPS 13 ultrabook. The ultrabook is aimed at developers, offering them "the essentials they want" bundled up in a Linux-harboring device. The laptop is available for purchase now from Dell starting at $1,449. You can also nab a Windows version of the machine if Ubuntu isn't your thing.

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Apple now offering unlocked iPhone 5 starting at $649

Apple now offering unlocked iPhone 5 starting at $649

Starting today, Apple is now selling unlocked iPhone 5 handsets for those who want to eschew a contract and drop a few more Benjamins in the process. The unlocked units are available online via the U.S. Apple Store. All three models are available, with the price starting out at a hefty $649. Limit two per customer.

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