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Amazon and Warner Bros. reach truce over movie pricing

Well, that didn’t last long. A couple of weeks after Amazon stopped taking pre-orders for Warner Bros. Blu-ray and DVD movies to extract a better pricing arrangement, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the two sides have reached a truce. Swing…

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The MacBook Air is directly competing with iPad pricing for the first time

The MacBook Air is directly competing with iPad pricing for the first time
The iPad and MacBook Air have always competed with each other in terms of on-the-go computing, but the two have always been separated by price. No matter the specs of your dreamy iPad, you could never get an ultra-slim MacBook for the same price …
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Microsoft adds printing support to Office for iPad apps, other features
When Microsoft launched its Office for iPad apps last month, one of the most requested missing features was printing support. Just over a month later, today the company announced in a blog post that it's updating the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint iPad …
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The Top iPhone and iPad Apps on App Store
Top Paid iPad Apps: 1. Minecraft – Pocket Edition, Mojang. 2. The Amazing Spider-Man , Gameloft. 3. Leo's Fortune, 1337 & Senri LLC. 4. The Survival Games : Mini Game…, wang wei. 5. Heads Up!, Warner Bros. 6. SpongeBob Moves In, Nickelodeon. 7. Blek …
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Microsoft Unleashes Slew Of Surface Updates, As Pricing For The LTE Surface 2 Leaks

Microsoft released a bundle of software updates this morning for its Surface line of tablets, including support for the Power Cover, which just went on sale, and improved touchpad input. Also out this AM is a leaked price point on WPCentral for the coming Surface 2 64GB SKU that includes LTE: $ 679. That’s quite a step up from $ 549, the normal price for a Surface 2 with that much storage. It’s… Read More

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Uber adds surge pricing push notifications to its iOS app

A week after Uber CEO Travis Kalanick promised push notifications were on the way to help riders cope with surge pricing, the outfit has added the feature to its iOS app. With the latest update, those handset-based pop-ups alert you when the dreaded…

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AT&T tweaks Mobile Share pricing to significantly discount 10GB or larger plans

AT&T is making its shared-data family plans a lot more appealing starting tomorrow. The carrier is slashing the price of Mobile Share Value plans that come with 10GB or more of data; depending on your setup, you could be saving anywhere from $ 50 or $ 100 per month with the adjusted plans.

The carrier’s Mobile Share plans have long operated the same way: you purchase a bucket of data (alongside unlimited talk and text) to share with everyone on your account, and then pay an additional fee per month to add devices. AT&T recently overhauled its pricing structure to give discounts to off-contract customers and those using the Next early upgrade plan, and now it’s making a tweak to make large data plans less expensive.

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Apple gets slapped by Taiwan’s trade commission over iPhone plan pricing

Apple has been fined 20 million New Taiwan dollars (roughly $ 667,000) over its alleged involvement in setting carrier plan pricing with the country’s local network operators, The Wall Street Journal reports. The country’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) levied the fine this week, claiming that “email correspondence” revealed that Cupertino interfered both with plan rates and iPhone retail pricing on Chunghwa Telecom, Far EasTone, and Taiwan Mobile in violation of local laws. How those emails got to the FTC is unclear, but Apple is allowed to appeal the ruling — if it ultimately loses, the fees could run as high as NT$ 50 million (about $ 1.7 million). Seeing how Apple made $ 7.5 billion in profit in the most recent reported quarter, that…

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Taiwanese FTC fines Apple for interfering in iPhone handset and contract pricing

Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has ruled that Apple’s been naughty rather than nice this holiday week, fining it for 20 million Taiwan dollars (around $ 670,000) after it specified pricing to iPhone carriers. Once Apple sells distribution rights to an …

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Taiwanese FTC fines Apple for interfering in iPhone handset and contract pricing

Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has ruled that Apple’s been naughty rather than nice this holiday week, fining it for 20 million Taiwan dollars (around $ 670,000) after it specified pricing to iPhone carriers. Once Apple sells distribution rights to an …

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Sony’s PS Vita TV launching in Asia in January, regional pricing TBA

Sony's PS Vita TV launching in Asia in January, regional pricing TBA

Earlier this month, SCEJA president Hiroshi Kawano announced that the PlayStation 4 would hit Japan on February 22nd, a full three months after the console’s mid-November launch in the US. To help ease that pain, however, Sony introduced a new product at the same event: the $ 100 PS Vita TV. The compact device, which offers Vita-like functionality but with a DualShock 3 controller and TV output, is scheduled to launch in Japan on November 14th. Now, at a pre-Tokyo Game Show event in Japan, we’ve received word that the same box will hit stores in other Asian countries, such as China and Korea, come January 2014, with pricing for those countries yet to be announced. Sadly, it’s still unlikely that the Vita TV will debut in Europe or North America.

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Source: Engadget Chinese

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Time Warner Cable CEO vows to end CBS blackout, proposes a-la-carte pricing

Time Warner Cable CEO vows to end CBS blackout, proposes alacarte pricing

Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt today sent an open letter to CBS CEO Leslie Moonves today, expressing a desire to resume negotiations and end the current programming blackout. In the document, which was reportedly received by CBS executives at the same time it was sent to reporters, Britt proposes that TWC make the network’s stations available to consumers with an a-la-carte pricing model — the cable company will hand over the entire tariff to CBS. While the terms are being discussed, Britt expects CBS to give permission to resume broadcasts immediately, and to re-enable CBS.com access for TWC internet subscribers as well. The bizarre “open” nature of this letter makes it possible to conclude that today’s action was simply a public-relations ploy, giving the impressions that Time Warner is being generous by bringing this peace offering to the table. We imagine the situation is significantly more complex than this single-page letter would make it seem, however.

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