September 26, 2011

Blockbuster Offers Deal to Netflix Scorned


It's no secret that Blockbuster is probably giddy with delight now that Netflix has enraged so many former customers. They are offering runaway subscribers a 30 day free trial with both movies by mail and unlimited in-store exchanges. Included in the deal is their game service, pre-release videos and Blu-ray titles. We expect them to announce a total VOD service for those who do not have On Demand devices. The move could perhaps save the beleaguered company from oblivion if they amass more fans.

Via Blockbuster

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September 15, 2011

Best Buy To Expand Online Marketplace


Best Buy seems to be feeling the pinch in sales and will be concentration its efforts by improving its Marketplace. They have added several third party sellers to join them such as, resulting in an "increased assortment of products, brands and price points."

You can bet that you will see a change as the holidays approach this year as they have promised about a third more products online.

Via Best Buy

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August 23, 2011

Sony Lowers PS3 Price


Sony has lowered the price of its Playstation 3 to get more in the proverbial game. It seems that reduction has already moved the system to the top of game console sales at Amazon. With the 160GB model and the 320 GB PS3 cut by $50.00, get yours before the price starts to soar again during the holidays. A Call of Duty Bundle is also available .

Another move that will probably keep the company in the bright green is the deal to bring DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket to the PS3.

Via Sony

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August 18, 2011

Affordable nüvi For The Lost


It's hard to believe that it was only about a year ago that we finally invested in GPS to get our navigationally challenged selves a chance to not get lost when out and about but now most cars and smartphones come with them. But for those who have not yet admitted to their inferior driving skills, Garmin believes it can change your mind.

Their nüvi 1300 4.3" Widescreen Portable Navigator is pre-loaded with 48 states, millions of points of interest, pedestrian usability and public transit mode. And yes, you get those annoying turn-by-turn directions with text-to-speech. Suck it up and take the plunge for about half the price that we paid.

Via Garmin nüvi GPS

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July 19, 2011

Spotify Takes Up Residence in US


Watch out, America. Spotify has made the trek across the pond to offer it here. Not content with its mere 10 million subscribers in Europe, with the free ad-supported audio service, ($4.99 for Premium,) search for over 15 million tracks, build up a library and share your tunes with others. Available for both PC (and offline and mobile usage with that premium service,) sign up today to take advantage of endless, live tunes.

Via Spotify

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June 15, 2011

Pre-Order iSteve: The Book of Jobs Bio


Steve Jobs always manages to stay a couple of steps ahead of everyone else but we found it really interesting that there is already a pre-order page for iSteve: The Book of Jobs, his authorized biography that won't come out before March 6, 2012. Maybe his recurring illness prompted the move, but there is a $20.00 price tag that comes with the book, about a third of the cost of the tome before its release.

Via "iSteve: The Book of Jobs

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May 27, 2011

Freakin' Friday! Plants vs. Zombies Android


Plants vs. Zombies fans who don't have an iPhone can rejoice as it is coming out for Android by the end of the month. The PopCap game comes with a price of $2.99, but head for Amazon's AppStore on May 31 and you can get it for free!

Via Amazon Appstore

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April 15, 2011

Freakin' Friday! XBox 360 With Credit


Haven't been able to Kinect? Amazon is offering such a deal! Order an Xbox 360 4GB Console with WiFi and they will give you $50 credit towards other items to get you started. The promotion credits your account within 2 days of shipping and there is a one per family limit.

Via Xbox 360

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March 17, 2011

Zite Digital iPad Mag Adapts


Worio has a service that allows its users to search for things that are related. After changing their name to Zite, they created an iPad-based digital magazine that "gets smarter as you use it." It will collect information tailored to each person when he/she signs up, recommends articles based on likes and dislikes and steers them towards the blogs they prefer. Best of all, the download is free.

Via Zite

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March 11, 2011

Freakin' Friday! Free WiFi for NES 3DS


When Nintendo launches its 3DS March 25, they are adding an extra benefit. Users will be able to get free WiFi at AT&T's 10,000 hotspots. This means that not only can you play to the max, you can buzz up on Starbucks Trenta. Look for a $250 price for the portable game system.

Via Nintendo 3DS

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