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Home Travel AC Wall Charger Power Adapter For Motorola XOOM Tablet Tab 12V 1.5A

$8.59
End Date: Saturday Oct-25-2014 2:27:14 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $8.59
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12V 1.5A Home Travel AC Wall Charger Power Adapter For Motorola XOOM Tablet Tab
$8.59
End Date: Saturday Oct-25-2014 2:29:09 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $8.59
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Home Travel AC Charging Power Adapter Wall Charger for Motorola XOOM Tablet Tab
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End Date: Saturday Oct-25-2014 2:32:29 PDT
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An MSNBC Host Said That The People Who Make “Call Of Duty” Are As Evil As A Drug Trafficking Dictator

Here’s an argument no one asked for!

Manuel Noriega, the disgraced and imprisoned former ruler of Panama, is suing Activision, which publishes the Call of Duty franchise, for using his likeness in one of their games. He is currently serving 20 years in a Panamanian prison for drug trafficking, racketeering, and money laundering. He was also convicted by a Panamanian court of ordering the murder of political opponents.

And according to MSNBC noise hole Mika Brzezinski, it's unclear who is “more reprehensible”, the people who make CoD, or the murderous military dictator.

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An MSNBC Host Said That The People Who Make “Call Of Duty” Are As Evil As A Drug Trafficking Dictator

Here’s an argument no one asked for!

Manuel Noriega, the disgraced and imprisoned former ruler of Panama, is suing Activision, which publishes the Call of Duty franchise, for using his likeness in one of their games. He is currently serving 20 years in a Panamanian prison for drug trafficking, racketeering, and money laundering. He was also convicted by a Panamanian court of ordering the murder of political opponents.

And according to MSNBC noise hole Mika Brzezinski, it's unclear who is “more reprehensible”, the people who make CoD, or the murderous military dictator.

Nice.

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Micro USB Host OTG Cable with Power for Samsung Galaxy s2 i9100 s3 i9300 Xoom

Home Travel AC Wall Charger Power Adapter For Motorola XOOM Tablet Tab 12V 1.5A

$8.59
End Date: Saturday Oct-25-2014 2:27:14 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $8.59
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12V 1.5A Home Travel AC Wall Charger Power Adapter For Motorola XOOM Tablet Tab
$8.59
End Date: Saturday Oct-25-2014 2:29:09 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $8.59
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

Home Travel AC Charging Power Adapter Wall Charger for Motorola XOOM Tablet Tab
$8.59
End Date: Saturday Oct-25-2014 2:32:29 PDT
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With Multiple iWatch Designs And A Host Of Sensors, Apple Could Win Over Smartwatch Skeptics

iwatch Apple’s iWatch is almost certainly coming soon, according to a host of recent reports, and the latest from the Wall Street Journal is that it’ll be offered in a variety of designs and screen sizes, and be loaded with over ten sensors including those that track health and fitness. Apple plans to sell a lot of them – between 10 and 15 million before the year ends, according to… Read More

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With Multiple iWatch Designs And A Host Of Sensors, Apple Could Win Over Smartwatch Skeptics

iwatch Apple’s iWatch is almost certainly coming soon, according to a host of recent reports, and the latest from the Wall Street Journal is that it’ll be offered in a variety of designs and screen sizes, and be loaded with over ten sensors including those that track health and fitness. Apple plans to sell a lot of them – between 10 and 15 million before the year ends, according to… Read More

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Popcorn Time Installer Pulled From Host For Violating Terms Of Service UPDATE: It’s Back

Update: The installer is back on Mega. Popcorn Time is a magical program that takes all the hassles out of torrenting a movie. It’s Hollywood’s worst nightmare. It’s essentially Netflix for pirated movies. And now it’s gone. The program’s installer was hosted by Kim Dotcom’s Mega. Not anymore. The installer was pulled from the hosting site this morning for… Read More

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This Week On The TechCrunch Droidcast: The Google Play Edition Moto G Arrives While Our Host Departs

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We’re freshly back from CES, so visions of new Android-powered devices swirl in our heads. While in Vegas we subjected the new Z1S to the rigorous water salad test, so we talk about that, the new HP Android “voice tablets,” and the logic and value of Google’s Play Edition device program to solve the mystery of the Play Edition Moto G.

There’s also some bittersweet news, as Droidcast host supreme Chris Velazco formally announces his departure – he’s moving on from TechCrunch to Engadget, where he’ll probably be even more engaged with all things Android and mobile. He’ll be back for frequent visits, so Droidcast listeners needn’t worry, but expect a lot more self-indulgent monologuing from yours truly, along with a more varied lineup of guests.

We invite you to enjoy weekly Android podcasts every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern and 12:30 p.m. Pacific (generally speaking), in addition to our weekly Gadgets podcast at 3 p.m. Eastern and noon Pacific on Fridays. Subscribe to the TechCrunch Droidcast in iTunes, too, if that’s your fancy.

Intro music by Kris Keyser

Direct download available here.

 

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This Week On The TechCrunch Droidcast: The Google Play Edition Moto G Arrives While Our Host Departs

droidcast-banner-19

We’re freshly back from CES, so visions of new Android-powered devices swirl in our heads. While in Vegas we subjected the new Z1S to the rigorous water salad test, so we talk about that, the new HP Android “voice tablets,” and the logic and value of Google’s Play Edition device program to solve the mystery of the Play Edition Moto G.

There’s also some bittersweet news, as Droidcast host supreme Chris Velazco formally announces his departure – he’s moving on from TechCrunch to Engadget, where he’ll probably be even more engaged with all things Android and mobile. He’ll be back for frequent visits, so Droidcast listeners needn’t worry, but expect a lot more self-indulgent monologuing from yours truly, along with a more varied lineup of guests.

We invite you to enjoy weekly Android podcasts every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern and 12:30 p.m. Pacific (generally speaking), in addition to our weekly Gadgets podcast at 3 p.m. Eastern and noon Pacific on Fridays. Subscribe to the TechCrunch Droidcast in iTunes, too, if that’s your fancy.

Intro music by Kris Keyser

Direct download available here.

 

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