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Netflix is testing multiple new subscription plans, like 3 streams for $9.99

Netflix likes to run small tests of features and packages before it offers them widely (like its new unified UI), and that includes the “1 SD stream for $ 6.99″ some have started seeing recently. Another offer currently in testing covers the hole …

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Sky Sports pay-as-you-go streaming arrives on Now TV for £9.99 per day

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UK PayTV provider Sky will finally allow Now TV subscribers to access its line-up of sports channels, following an original promise to bring Sky Sports content to the service by the end of 2012. Sky Sports access is available for a £9.99 (around $ 15) per day, with unlimited access to live football, Formula 1, tennis, cricket and other high-profile sporting events.

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Tweetro hits back at Twitter API restrictions with $9.99 Windows Store relaunch

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After Twitter’s imposition of strict API limitations “completely crippled” Tweetro, the popular Windows 8 client’s developers have pressed reset. A new app called Tweetro+ is now available in the Windows Store for both Windows 8 and RT, but there’s a catch — you’ll have to pay $ 9.99 this time around, or $ 12.99 in a couple of weeks.

As with the $ 19.99 Tweetbot for Mac, Tweetro+’s developers have felt the need to charge a fairly high price because Twitter’s API rules limit third-party apps to a maximum of 100,000 user tokens. Tweetro+ allows you to use two Twitter accounts at first, but additional in-app purchases can raise that limit to five.

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A MicroReview Of The Fantastic $9.99 MicroStylus

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This just might be the best stylus ever made. I’m completely serious. The problem with most styli is that there is never one around when needed. Besides that, the pen form factor is often not conducive for use on a small screen. But the MicroStylus, well, it’s so tiny but yet functional that it’s perfect for the task. Plus it’s only $ 9.99 and stores neatly in a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The company sent me a pair to test but there’s not much to say. It works well. You simply grasp the stick like you would a pen. A soft touch capacitive silicon tip screws into the a milled aluminum body. It’s not as accurate as a pencil on paper but your Draw Something doodles will look fantastic.

The MicroStylus isn’t going to completely disrupt the stylus space. This little guy is the perfect casual use stylus for a mobile person. Sit at a desk all day? Get yourself an Adonit Jot stylus. They start at $ 20 and are fantastically precise. But if find yourself needing a stylus on the go for note taking or gaming, the MicroStylus is perfect for the task.

The MicroStylus is available in black or silver and $ 9.99 buys you one while two can be had for $ 15 at MicroStylus.com.



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Yeast Free Cooking – $9.99

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NHL GameCenter streaming comes to PS3 for $9.99, free for Plus members

In addition to updated apps for the Roku and Boxee, the NHL just announced its GameCenter streaming app is coming to the PlayStation 3. Free to PlayStation Plus members ($ 9.99 for all others) gamers get access to the app with its highlights, stats and information, while subscribers to the $ 169 GameCenter Live service get the full package including streaming out-of-market games and some playoff matchups. It’s pretty similar to the MLB app that’s also available on PS3, but similarly the lack of locally blacked out games makes it more of an alternate way to catch more sports than a cord-cutters best friend. Additional details are in the press release after the break, or check for the app under the video section of the PlayStation Network store.

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NHL GameCenter streaming comes to PS3 for $ 9.99, free for Plus members originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 10 Nov 2010 13:08:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Hulu Offers a $9.99 Subscription to Full Seasons of Current TV Shows

Hulu Offers a $9.99 Subscription to Full Seasons of Current TV Shows
For a monthly fee of $9.99, viewers would be able to watch the entire season of their favorite TV shows.

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For $9.99, Hulu Offers Full Seasons of Current Shows

For $9.99, Hulu Offers Full Seasons of Current Shows
For a monthly fee of $9.99, viewers would be able to watch the entire season of their favorite TV shows.

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Wi-Fi Sync app rejected by Apple, headed to Cydia for $9.99

Can’t say we’re surprised to hear that Apple rejected Greg Hughes’ Wi-Fi Sync app. You know, the app that allows you to wireless sync your iPhone / iPod touch with iTunes without having to USB tether to your computer. Messing with Apple’s synchronization technology is a pretty big no-no as demonstrated by Palm’s webOS bluff. Here’s the rejection as explained to Greg by an unnamed Apple rep over the phone:

“While he agreed that the app doesn’t technically break the rules, he said that it does encroach upon the boundaries of what they can and cannot allow on their store. He also cited security concerns.”

So while you won’t find it in Apple’s App Store, it will make its way to Cydia as expected for a cool $9.99. You have jailbroken your device haven’t you? Don’t make us get all MuscleNerd up in here.

Wi-Fi Sync app rejected by Apple, headed to Cydia for $9.99 originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 14 May 2010 00:59:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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etc: Microsoft has announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics CRM for nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). The cost for nonprofits and NGOs is $9.99 per user, per month, and customizations available for free.

Microsoft has announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics CRM for nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). The cost for nonprofits and NGOs is $9.99 per user, per month, and customizations available for free.

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