Archive for March, 2013

Expedition 35 crew successfully docks to the International Space Station

Expedition 35 crew successfully docks to the International Space Station

Just a week or so after Expedition 34 left the International Space Station, a new set of crew members have joined the three already on board. Expedition 35 successfully docked to the International Space Station last night at 10:28 pm ET carrying one American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts. The Soyuz capsule launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at around 4:30 pm ET.

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Google Shopping Express goes public in limited areas

Google Shopping Express goes public in limited areas

Earlier this month we talked about Google testing a new same-day shipping service for different types of goods to compete with Amazon Prime. At the time, we didn't know when the service would launch outside of the internal testing that was being conducted at the time. The Google Shopping Express service is now available to the public in limited areas of California.

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Walmart considers crowd sourced shipping

Walmart considers crowd sourced shipping

Walmart is the largest retailer in the world. The retail giant has put more than one small business out of business around the country because it's almost impossible to compete with the prices Walmart offers. However, Walmart and many other retailers are now feeling significant pressure from online giants such as Amazon.com.

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Best Buy plans Samsung Stores in time for GALAXY S 4 launch

Best Buy plans Samsung Stores in time for GALAXY S 4 launch

One of the biggest launches of the year in the Android smartphone market will be the launch of the Samsung GALAXY S 4 smartphone. Best Buy is already gearing up for the launch of the new GALAXY device and will be adding special Samsung sections to their mobile department. The Samsung section of the mobile store isn't the only dedicated and branded section in many Best Buy locations around the country.

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Refreshed 2014 Scion tC unveiled

Refreshed 2014 Scion tC unveiled

Scion has officially unveiled its new refreshed 2014 tC at the New York international Auto Show. The refreshing of the tC is a big deal for Scion because the vehicle is its most popular model. According to Scion, 40% of all Scions ever sold are tC models.

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Ouya video game console ships on June 4

Ouya video game console ships on June 4

Early on when the Ouya video game console turned up on Kickstarter, it was easy to see the device is nothing more than a way to bring Android game apps to the big screen in your living room. The more we learn about the cheap little Android-powered game console, the more it became clear that playing Android games wasn't all this little device is about. This console will have access to video games developed by major game developers and also supports other types of content.

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Sega announces Company of Heroes 2 closed beta

Sega announces Company of Heroes 2 closed beta

There are a number of military-themed shooters on the market today with some of the big ones being the Battlefield franchise and Call of Duty. A lot of gamers are also big fans of the Company of Heroes franchise and Sega has offered up some new news for the second game in the franchise. Sega will be running an exclusive early access beta phase that will launch on April 2 for Company of Heroes 2.

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Dragon Eternity cross-platform MMO hits the iPad

Dragon Eternity cross-platform MMO hits the iPad

There are hordes of gamers all around the world who enjoy a good MMO video game. Typically MMOs can only be played with gamers on the same platform. That means if you buy the game for your PC, you can only play against other PC gamers, while if you buy it for a console, you can only play against other console gamers.

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