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Nokia Lumia 900 release pushed back to April

Nokia Lumia 900

March 18th was the set date for the Nokia Lumia 900, but due to technical difficulties, red tape, and all that jazz, the release date has been bumped back a bit to April 22nd, reports BGR. However, though the longer wait time may be disappointing to some, the price is definitely not. As stated earlier this year, the Lumia 900 will sell for $99 with a two-year contract. The only question that’s left to be answered in my mind, is will this phone be indestructible as the old Nokia brick phones? Time will tell when April rolls around and we’ll make sure to keep you posted, but for now just know that the best Windows Phone yet will be available in just over a month.


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MLB Opening Day 2010

Posted by Adrien Griffin Categories: MLB,

Yankees World SeriesWhat does April mean to the sporting world? Well, there’s the Final Four on the NCAA March Madness tournament. The NHL and NBA seasons wrap up and two-plus months of exciting playoff action begins. The Masters kicks off the PGA season. Perhaps most importantly, major league rosters are finally cut down to 25 each and camps break away from Florida and Arizona to throw first pitches for the new season. Opening Days take place over the next week, but none more important than last night’s titanic brawl between Boston and New York.

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Marvel Comics Review: Web of Spider-Man #1

Posted by David Torres Categories: Reviews, Marvel Comics,

Webof1Rating: *** 1/2

I began collecting comics in the mid-80s.  I remember that my first issue of Uncanny X-Men was #188 and that my first issue of the Avengers was #250.  My first Spider-Man comic was Amazing Spider-Man #264, but I also received around that time, the premiere issue of the new monthly Spider-Man comic book, Web of Spider-Man.  This all took place during the hype of Spider-Man’s black costume which was featured prominently in this first issue.  The suit was a symbiote, meaning that it was alive and it wanted to fully take over Peter Parker.  In this issue, Peter fights back and we see the famous bell ringing scene that had Peter ripping the costume off of himself.  An homage was made in Spider-Man 3.

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