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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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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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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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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