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Get an Apple TV and $25 iTunes gift card for $99.99

Get an Apple TV and iTunes gift card for .99
Ah, but if you already own an iDevice of some kind, meaning you're already vested in the Apple ecosystem, I would argue that an Apple TV is the box you should choose — despite the higher price. I'll explain that reasoning momentarily. For now, this …
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Apple Releases Apple TV 7 Beta 1 Firmware, Drops Support for 2010 Model
Notably, beta firmware was only released for the 3rd generation and 3rd generation Rev A models suggesting that support for the 2010 Apple TV has been dropped. Apple TV 7 Beta 1 Known Issues • Stuttering (dropped frames) may occur intermittently during …
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Apple Events channel now available on Apple TV for WWDC keynote stream
With only a few hours to go before Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote, where the company is expected to unveil iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, the "Apple Events" channel for streaming the presentation is now available on Apple TV. As it has …
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AT&T to sell the Nokia Lumia 925 for $99.99 starting on September 13th

Confirming earlier reports, AT&T today announced that it will be selling the Nokia Lumia 925 for $ 99.99 on-contract starting on September 13th. Anxious customers will be able to place a preorder for the device as early as August 28th. Unlike T-Mobile, which only offers the Lumia 925 in silver and white, AT&T will be selling an exclusive black variant of the device. The Lumia 925 features a 4.5-inch, 720p display, 8.7-megapixel PureView camera with optical image stabilization, Nokia’s Pro Camera and Smart Camera apps, and the Windows Phone 8 operating system. The 925 is also one of the slimmest Windows Phones on the market, making the earlier 920 and the more advanced 1020 look pudgy in comparison. With the Lumia 920, Lumia 1020, and…

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Amped Wireless’ ACA1 802.11ac WiFi adapter launches July 22nd for $99.99 (video)

Amped Wireless' ACA1 80211ac WiFi adapter launches July 22nd for $  9999

“It’s not me, it’s you,” scolds the distant WiFi hotspot as your connection drops for the ninth time in an hour. As much as you may dream of buying a 20 meter Ethernet cable, Amped Wireless is determined to curtail that flirtation with its latest piece of 802.11ac hardware, the ACA1. The USB 3.0-powered unit clips to Windows and OS X machines, utilizing the company’s long-range mojo to ensure that you’ll be the envy of frustrated tweeters on the periphery of a public router. The gear arrives on July 22nd, but pre-orders begin today with $ 99.99 securing you a piece of the action — and if the idea of that big Ethernet lead still appeals, we’ve got a video to convince you otherwise after the break.

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HTC 8XT, Sprint’s first Windows Phone 8 device, available July 19th for $99.99

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A couple of weeks after revealing plans to offer two Windows Phone 8 devices on its network, Sprint has announced that the HTC 8XT will be available on July 19th. The carrier previously said that the mid-range smartphone would cost $ 99.99 with a two-year contract. The device has a 4.3-inch, 800 x 480 display, a 1.4Ghz dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of onboard storage. There’s no word yet on when you’ll be able to pick up Samsung’s Ativ S Neo, the second Sprint Windows Phone 8 device, but we’re sure the carrier will announce its plans soon enough.

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HTC 8XT, Sprint’s first Windows Phone 8 device, available July 19th for $99.99

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A couple of weeks after revealing plans to offer two Windows Phone 8 devices on its network, Sprint has announced that the HTC 8XT will be available on July 19th. The carrier previously said that the mid-range smartphone would cost $ 99.99 with a two-year contract. The device has a 4.3-inch, 800 x 480 display, a 1.4Ghz dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of onboard storage. There’s no word yet on when you’ll be able to pick up Samsung’s Ativ S Neo, the second Sprint Windows Phone 8 device, but we’re sure the carrier will announce its plans soon enough.

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Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone With 8.7-Megapixel PureView Camera Available May 16 For $99.99 On Contract

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Nokia has officially pulled back the curtain on the Lumia 928 Windows Phone 8 device, which advertises its PureView camera as its marquee feature. The new flagship phone offers an 8.7-megapixel rear-facing camera, which boasts optical image stabilization for better low-light photography and more stable pics overall.

The new phone has wireless charging and NFC, as did its predecessor, and comes with a 4.5-inch OLED display, which has a 1280 x 768 display with 334PPI, the same as the Lumia 920. Overall, the phone looks to be fairly similar to that device, with Nokia emphasizing the camera difference as its major selling point.

Other stats include the same touch-sensitive tech that can work through gloves and with long fingernails that was introduced with the 920, a 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm processor, a 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It’s also sleeker than the 920, which should be a good way to convince buyers its an upgrade from the last one. The fact remains that Nokia is essentially just re-skinning an existing phone, however, so it’s not likely to upset the cart too much in terms of mobile industry composition.

Nokis is likely pushing the camera tech as the big difference here as a way to help highlight why the 928 might appeal to Android and iPhone customers, as the tactic of playing up the Windows Phone 8 angle hasn’t done much in terms of attracting customers so far. But overall this launch feels a little off-key, as the official reveal came by way of a simple press release, wedged between Nokia events for the new Asha 501 (in Delhi) which Elop attended, and one next week, which is definitely a Lumia event but about which not much else is known for sure so far.

Nokia is probably going to be rolling out a number of announcements next week, which could include tablet or phablet hardware, according to recent speculation. They’ll still have time to hype the 928, too, but it is unusual to see a pre-announcement like this ahead of a big splashy press event like the one next week. The Lumia 928 goes on sale at Verizon for just $ 99.99 on a two-year agreement just two days after Nokia’s event on May 16.

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Nokia Lumia 928 for Verizon announced, available May 16th for $99.99

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Following weeks of rumors, Nokia is finally unveiling its Lumia 928 handset today. Verizon will stock Nokia’s latest flagship on May 16th, which includes a 4.5-inch OLED display, 8.7-megapixel camera, and wireless charging. Nokia’s latest flagship also includes a Xenon flash that the company has been teasing over the past few days.

Most of the hardware is similar to Nokia’s Lumia 920, but the company has also included a loudspeaker that, coupled with three microphones, will record sound up to 140dB and then play it back without distortion. Nokia’s Lumia 928 Xenon flash will be used exclusively for still images, with an LED included for video. The Lumia 928 will be available in white and black colors at Verizon stores and online from May…

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Best Buy offering pre-orders for Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC 8X for $149.99 and $99.99 under contract

Best Buy offering preorders for Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC 8X for $  14999 and $  9999 under contract

Nokia and HTC’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 flagships are still on the common release path: announcement, government approval and now, pre-order. Keeping gadget availability tucked solidly under its hat, Best Buy is now offering Nokia’s Lumia 920 and the HTC 8X for pre-sale, priced at $ 149.99 and $ 99.99, respectively. Early customers have choices, too: the Lumia 920 is kitted out in red, blue, yellow, black and white shells. Fashionistas with a style for purple, nonetheless, will require to stick to HTC’s equipment. Sadly, you do not get that much choice– Bust Buy’s pre-orders don’t balk at the gadgets’ AT&T exclusivity. The retailer doesn’t state when devices are going to ship, but we think of very early adopters will not need to hang around too long.

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Kyocera Rise now available for $99.99 contract-free on Virgin Mobile

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It’s rarely that we see smartphones with physical QWERTY keyboards and Android 4.0 (hell, it’s rarely that we see smartphones with physical keyboards at all anymore), but the Kyocera Increase coming in on Virgin Mobile today has merely that. A penny under a Benjamin will grant you access to the Rise’s 3.5-inch HVGA display, single-core 1GHz processor, 3.2-megapixel video camera, and, of course, that four-row keyboard. The Surge is readily available in shops and online now, and can easily be combined with Virgin’s Beyond Plans that provide unlimited data and messaging beginning at $ 35 per month.

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GoPro releases Wi-Fi BacPac + Wi-Fi Remote Combo Kit for $99.99

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GoPro just released its new Wi-Fi BacPac + Wi-Fi Remote Combo, a kit that we saw earlier this year which allows you to control up to 50 GoPro HD Hero cameras from a wrist or a smartphone. The Wi-Fi BacPac is an add-on for for GoPro’s HD Hero and HD Hero2 cameras, while the waterproof Wi-Fi Remote can be attached to any secure surface to trigger a recording. While the Wi-Fi remote may be waterproof, the Wi-Fi BacPac has to be enclosed in the included waterproof casing before engaging in any watersport activities.

The current app (for iOS and Android) will let you customize camera settings, but the next version of GoPro’s app will show a live-preview from any of the 50 connected cameras, all router-free. It will also tether to a…

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