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Huawei is launching another phone in the United States, and it’s managed to recruit a powerful ally to share it with consumers: Walmart. On the same day that founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei pushed back against US national security allegations involving his company, Huawei has announced that its W1 Windows Phone 8 handset will be available this month from America’s largest retailer. The W1 isn’t exactly a new addition to the Windows Phone portfolio, but this marks the first time US buyers will be able to secure the device. As a refresher, the hardware contains a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 5-megapixel rear camera, and a 4-inch Gorilla Glass IPS display. You’ll find just 1.7GB of storage available out of the box, but thankfully that can be…
This is a video of a woman presumably methed out of her mind doing her grocery shopping at Wal-Mart. I can’t tell if the drugs make her super efficient at shopping or not, but my guess is she’s probably not gonna be able to pay for everything she puts in her cart when she makes it to the checkout. IF she makes it to the checkout. Also, I’m surprised the guy filming is comfortable with ol’ Mary Meth-head coming so close to his cart considering he’s got his kid riding in it. You think a meth-head won’t sell your kid for drugs? THINK AGAIN. Man, I could tell you some stories about the serious addicts I’ve known in my life but a lot of them are dead now and it makes me sad to think about so I’m not going to. Stay off the hard shit, kids. REAL TALK.
Hit the jump for the video, which at times I could have sworn was some sort of trippy aerobics workout. And don’t even try to act like for-real crazy people know what Pintrest is.
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Launch day has finally arrived for Boxee’s second hardware effort and now we’re finding out even more about it. As we heard yesterday, the $ 99 Boxee TV will be a Walmart exclusive at retail (also available via Boxee’s website), however early adopters in the holiday season can also expect a three month period to try out the “No Limits DVR” for free, plus a discounted service rate of $ 9.99 (normally $ 15) for life, three months of free Netflix access and a $ 5.99 Vudu credit. After the holidays, buyers can still expect free DVR trials, but there’s no details on exactly what is in store. The list of supported apps has also grown, with Spotify, MLB, TED, Wall Street Journal and Boxee’s own Cloudee joining the previously announced Netflix, Vudu, YouTube, Pandora and Vimeo on day one. Finally, we’ve got our first look at the HTML5 webapp that serves as a guide and second screen remote control. The screenshots (in the gallery) focus on its integration with live TV access and recording, we’ll be interested to see how it evolves blending video from different platforms, as Roku has recently shown.
For owners of the original Boxee Box, the company posted in a blog entry (the link appears to be down at the moment) that all of the back end support will remain running “for the foreseeable future” and an updated Flash Player is on the way. The bad news is that due to a lack of updates from Intel, it will not be able to upgrade the Netflix app for access outside the US and Canada, while agreements with premium content providers also preclude any kind of opening it up for root access. The project has evolved a long way, from XBMC spinoff with a focus on support for locally stored and streaming video, then moving to a set-top box, offering OTA live TV viewing, and now its latest incarnation as a more conventionally shaped box built for OTA and ClearQAM channel viewing with the possibility of easier cable access in the future. We’ll be reviewing the new hardware soon, potential buyers (in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Washington DC) can check out the galleries for one last look or hit the link below to try out Boxee’s take on the future of TV viewing.
Gallery: Boxee TV HTML5 guide
Gallery: Boxee TV press shots
Gallery: Boxee TV hands-on
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Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system doesn’t officially go on sale until October 26th, but at least one Walmart store has copies ready for customers. The Verge reader Aaron sent us a tip that his local Walmart store has several boxed copies on display, with a price of $ 69.99 for the Windows 8 Pro upgrade. Aaron didn’t purchase a copy, but Walmart employees informed him the copies were available to purchase and that the store just wasn’t fully promoting them yet — despite them being on display fully.
Microsoft officially unveiled its final box art for Windows 8 last week, alongside pre-orders for the operating system and associated hardware. It’s not clear if anyone has managed to purchase a copy of Windows 8 copy early, but the fact…
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Examine those calendars. It’s September 29th, which indicates, for those who follow the globe of e-readers, that we’re 2 days from Kindle Paperwhite day. According to Target and Walmart, it additionally means that Barnes & Noble’s own lit up e-reader, the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight, is getting a $ 20 cost cut, down to $ 119. That rate applies the reader on par with the entry-level Paperwhite (no 3G, with ads). Let the battle of the front lit e-readers commence!
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Check those calendars. It’s September 29th, which means, for those who follow the world of e-readers, that we’re two days from Kindle Paperwhite day. According to Target and Walmart, it also means that Barnes & Noble’s own illuminated e-reader, the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight, is getting a $ 20 price cut, down to $ 119. That price puts the reader on par with the entry-level Paperwhite (no 3G, with ads). Let the battle of the front lit e-readers commence!
Once once again, the list of spots where you can easily buy one of Amazon ’ s Kindles has actually gotten briefer. Asing reported by a brand-new report from Reuters, reasonable retail titan Walmart has completely dropped Amazon ’ s full line of Kindle e-readers from its online and brick-and-mortar stores.
Don ’ t hold your breath for your municipal Wally World to stock new styles like Kindle Fire HD or the Kindle Paperwhite either — it seems Walmart is making a clean break right here.
It ’ s not the very first time a major nationwide merchant has actually opted to drop Amazon ’ s prominent line of e-readers and tablets — Target made a similar decision back in May after “ examining ” its item assortment, though the company was quick to take note in its clipped statement that it would still sell rival e-readers like Barnes & Noble ’ s Nook.
Unlike Target, which forecasted the Kindle ’ s exit from its stock in advance, Walmart already seems to have actually done the deed. A quick search for “ Kindle ” on the Walmart site doesn ’ t yield a lot more than a slew of Android tablets, and a bit more digging exposes that the retail store may have been clearing out Kindle stock as early as last month.
The natural question to ask at this point is, well, why? If Walmart ’ s party line is to be believed, it ’ s just because the company carries enough tablets and e-readers to make the Kindle unneeded. The genuine explanation may be more nuanced than that — the moves made by Walmart and Target seem more like the sign of a deepening schism between strictly on-line merchants and those with brick-and-mortar businesses to keep.
Amazon has actually historically been pretty delighted to drive wedges into that gap, too. Right at the peak of 2011 ′ s holiday buying frenzy as an example, Amazon started a new deal for individuals of its mobile Cost Examine app — anyone who used it to price inspect a product in a brick-and-mortar retailer would get a 5 % discount off of that same item if bought on Amazon. The reality that those discounts topped out at $ 5 (and Amazon never ever brought up how effective the promotion was) meant that its swaying power was sketchy, but it clearly illustrated that Amazon was more than pleased to strengthen the thought of physical retailers as showrooms while it laughed all the way to the bank.
Retail huge Walmart is to stop selling Amazon’s Kindle e-readers and tablets, asing reported by an internal memo obtained by Reuters. In what will certainly be seen as a clear snub to the online retail store and content provider, the memo clarifies that “we have recently made the business decision to not carry Amazon tablets and eReaders past our existing inventory and purchase commitments. This features all Amazon Kindle models current and recently revealed.”
The move follows a comparable decision made by fellow big-box retail store Target earlier this year– validating dropping the products, Target management explained a “argument of interest” between their method and Amazon’s, which has concentrated on strongly undercutting typical retailers … Continue reading & hellip;
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If you’ve ever before thought it was impossible to score an outstanding smartphone together with a prepaid plan, it’s time to reexamine the presumption. Similar to the Galaxy S II will soon arrive at Boost Mobile for $ 360, those eager to brave the crowds at Walmart will certainly save some money with T-Mobile’s model of the device, which now sells for $ 299– in comparison, T-Mobile currently sells the Galaxy S II for $ 550 outright. As one caveat, the phone needs to be sold with a no-contract plan of a minimum of $ 30, but one can cease service whenever they desire. If your wallet is now tingling, you’ll discover the full PR after the break.
, Wireless, MobileSamsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile now readily available for $ 299 without agreement from Walmart initially appeared on Engadget on Tue, 04 Sep 2012 21:52:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink|| E-mail this|Comments
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Looking at at Walmart could quickly be a much quicker procedure for iPhone managers, Reuters reports. The mega-retailer recently called on staff members in Arkansas to test a new ‘Scan & Go’ attribute for its IOS app, which would enable consumers to browse and instantly bag products on their shopping listing. They ‘d then have the ability to quickly finalize their acquisition at a self-checkout counter. Presumably browsing products with the iPhone would certainly assemble a listing that would certainly be reflected during the computerized payment procedure, though information of just how such a system would certainly work are presently unknown.
Workers of Walmart’s flagship Bentonville, Arkansas area were asked to sponsor buddies and household for an hour-long trial run of the software application, which would be videotaped and …