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Barnes & Noble named exclusive e-book provider for Plastic Logic eReader

Barnes & Noble Plastic Logic eReader

Barnes & Noble has just announced that they’ve formed an alliance with Plastic Logic and that they’ll be the exclusive eBookstore for the Plastic Logic eReader device. This is a definite play at Amazon, as the Plastic Logic eReader is definitely being positioned as a Kindle competitor. Up until now, many wondered how the Plastic Logic eReader would compete in a …

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Kingston drops a 256GB thumb drive on us, world’s first

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Storage

Kingston Datatraveler 300 256GB thumb drive

Okay, check it. We know that media consumption is growing rapidly, those torrents are flying fast and furiously, and sometimes you just want the convenience of not having to being a notebook with you. We get it. But really, there’s no excuse to drop $900 on Kingston’s DataTraveler 300 256GB thumb drive, okay? Just buy a netbook! Or four 64GB thumb drives …

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Amazon Kindle-Gate: Purchased copies of Orwell’s Animal Farm and 1984 disappear

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Handhelds, Wireless / WiFi

Amazon Kindle 2I have no idea what to even say about this, other than that we are severely, severely disappointed with Amazon and how they are allowing their publishers to treat Kindle users. In a nuthsell, Kindle users who purchased George Orwell’s 1984 and/or Animal Farm found yesterday that those two titles had mysteriously disappeared from their Kindles, and that they were credited $.99 for each …

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Verizon Wireless opts to end handset exclusivity agreements (with a catch)

Verizon WirelessVerizon Wireless announced this morning that their President and CEO, Lowell McAdam, has sent a letter to lawmakers on Capitol Hill announcing that “Effective immediately for small wireless carriers…any new exclusivity arrangement we enter with handset makers will last no longer than six months - for all manufacturers and all devices.” At first glance, that’s kind of a big deal. After all, handset exclusivity is …

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Slacker makes debut on BlackBerry Storm

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Handhelds, Music, Software

Slacker BlackBerry Storm

You know that Slacker streaming radio service that we’re so fond of in these parts? Well, BlackBerry Storm owners will be able to start enjoying Slacker directly on their phones, starting today. Verizon Wireless is pushing the Slacker Radio app to BlackBerry Storm phones, and the app will connect to V CAST as well. If you are listening to a track that is also available …

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iMovie 8.0.4 released, includes iPhone 3GS video fix

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Cell Phones, Software

iMovie 8.0.4

If you run iMovie ‘09, it’s time for you to fire up Software Update to grab the latest iMovie 8.0.4 update. According to Apple, this update aims to fix a screen orientation bug as it pertains to iPhone 3GS video, as well as squashing a couple of other bugs. As we said, the update is available now, yours for the taking.

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