Republic Wireless Goes All In, Announces Unlimited Everything

December 23, 2011

Upstart wireless service provider Republic Wireless is upping the ante in the market. The company announced in a blog post that it will offer unlimited service to all users for just $19 per month. Republic Wireless–which is still in beta–earlier offered the flat $19 per month plan, but its limits were bound up in a […]

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AT&T’s Consolation Prize: Qualcomm’s Spectrum

December 23, 2011

Well, you win some, you lose some. Nobody is more painfully aware of that this week than AT&T, whose failed merger with T-Mobile cost the company billions in break-up fees. However, AT&T also just received word that the FCC approved its purchase of wireless spectrum from Qualcomm, with the deal to be finalized within days. […]

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GoDaddy Pulls an About-Face, No Longer Supports SOPA

December 23, 2011

Internet domain registrar GoDaddy isn’t afraid to ruffle a few feathers, because if it was, it would never run all those sexually suggestive ads during the Super Bowl and at other times during the year. But what really got GoDaddy in hot water was the fact that it was supporting the “Stop Online Piracy Act,” […]

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Best Buy Cancels Some Online Orders at the Last Minute

December 23, 2011

The holidays bring enough stress as it is, such as dealing with the in-laws, fighting through crowds and bumper-to-bumper traffic, and even what to wear. For some, Best Buy is piling even more on by letting an untold number of customers know the electronics chain will not be fulfilling their orders, according to a report […]

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HH Hot Deals of the Day: iTunes Discounts, Dell LCDs and Vostro, Cheap HDTV, and More

December 23, 2011

Are you getting excited, folks? The big day is on Sunday! Did you get all of your shopping done? If you’re like me, you haven’t even started yet! Luckily we’ve got LogicBuy helping out with plenty of HOT deals! On the agenda this fine Friday morning, we have discounted iTunes gift cards, a dual Dell […]

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Louis C.K.’s DRM-Free Internet Experiment Nets Over $1 Million and Counting

December 23, 2011

Looking for a last minute gift idea? Time is running out, but if you have $5 to spare, a sense of humor, and want to flip the finger at big media companies who insist on shackling their content with sometimes draconian-level DRM schemes, you need to purchase Louis C.K.’s “Live at the Beacon Theater” comedy […]

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Ultra-D "Glasses-Free 3D" Technology To Hit CES 2012

December 23, 2011

Glasses-free 3D — it’s the wave of the future, man. Actually, the jury is still out on 3D as a whole, but that won’t stop a flood of companies from trying to hop on the bandwagon at CES next year. Stream TV Networks is preparing to launch a new 3D-without-glasses product line at the convention, […]

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Dear NTSB, please don’t sterilize Siri and her friends

December 23, 2011

The NTSB wants a full ban on mobile technology use in the car, including hands-free calling. CNET Reviews Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Turrentine thinks a hands-free ban is the fastest way to neuter the technology that could make us all safer drivers.

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Tablets hurt, but cloud helps Intel

December 23, 2011

Although the chipmaker is not benefiting directly from tablet shipments, sales are strong for Intel-based Web servers, which tablets rely on.

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Sony releases impressive list of Vita U.S. launch titles

December 23, 2011

Just days after its Japanese debut, Sony has announced the entire game launch lineup for the U.S. PlayStation Vita.

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