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1-23-15 PerpAlert promises protection for victims By Clip Syndicate The PerpAlert app promises to expose criminals and helps identify them through cell phone images captured by the victim. ...Read More »
Sprint Guarantees $200 Trade-in Credit to T-Mobile Customers By Clip Syndicate It appears that Sprint has fired a shot over competitor T-Mobile's bow. The company announced Friday that between now and April 9, T-Mobile subscribers can walk into a Sprint store and immediately receive at least $200 in credit for any working smartphone if they switch to Sprint's network. Sprint's deal can also be combined with a contract-buyout offer in which Sprint gives T-Mobile customers up to $350 per line to cover costs associated with switching carriers. ...Read More »
Filmmakers Blur Lines With Virtual Reality at Sundance By Clip Syndicate Whether putting moviegoers inside the yurt of a Mongolian tribe, in the studio with a musician or in the path of an oncoming train, filmmakers are blurring the lines of reality for viewers at this year's Sundance Film Festival. This year's conclave of independent films in Park City, Utah, is devoting its New Frontier showcase to virtual reality film with 11 works, the largest such lineup in the festival's three-decade history. ...Read More »
Microsoft Will Launch Office 2016 Later This Year By Clip Syndicate Microsoft announced on Thursday that it will be releasing its next big Office suite this year. It's called Office 2016, and the announcement comes on the heels of its big Windows 10 event. Microsoft has been focusing more on optimizing Office for mobile, but Office 2016 is best for desktop computers. It will be available in the second half of 2015. General Manager Julia White wrote, "We will have more to share on Office 2016 in the coming months, but this suite will remain the comprehensive Office experience you’re long familiar with, best suited for a PC with keyboard and mouse."

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Analyst-turned-fund Manager Basks in Xiaomi Glow By Clip Syndicate Richard Ji, whose little-known fund was the biggest investor in leading Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi's $1.1 billion fundraising last month, is a numbers man looking to spot 'category killers' - start-ups with the power to disrupt. Ji, a former Morgan Stanley technology industry analyst, co-founded All-Stars Investment in Hong Kong last April with half a dozen colleagues from the Wall Street bank. ...Read More »
T-Mobile Wants to Offer You a Deal Despite Your Credit Score By Clip Syndicate T-Mobile is trying to reel in more smartphone customers through a new program that doesn't care about your credit score. T-Mobile wants to include those with low credit through a new program it calls "Smartphone Equality." Consumer Intelligence Research Partners said that, in a survey this month, T-Mobile scored the highest percentage among major carriers in terms of winning over new customers and retaining existing subscribers. Starting January 25, Smartphone Equality will offer the same deals to all customers whether or not they have a good credit score, and will apply to both prepaid and postpaid subscribers. The only catch? T-Mobile subscribers have to have made 12 straight monthly payments on their current plan without any interruption in order to qualify for the best prices and deals.

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Helpful Money Apps By Clip Syndicate Do you find yourself having lots of trouble keeping money in your pocket? Maybe that smartphone in your pocket can help. There are apps out there that can make finances a little easier to keep up with. Certified financial planner Ross Marino shares some of his favorites in this week's Marino on Money. ...Read More »
Gold BlackBerry Passport Now Available, but Only 50 of Them By Clip Syndicate Even BlackBerry isn't immune to blinging up its phones with a little gold. The slowly recovering smartphone maker has created a very limited run of a black and gold edition of its flagship BlackBerry Passport smartphone. It also costs $899. BlackBerry is only making 50 of the Black & Gold BlackBerry Passport. In a blog post , BlackBerry Director of Content Marketing Eric Lai said a few hardcore BlackBerry fans had already gone to great lengths to trick out their BlackBerrys in gold. ...Read More »

portable DVD players
PD701W Portable DVD Player - 7" Display - White (DVD+RW, DVD-RW, CD-RW - JPEG - DVD Video - 16:9 - 2 x Speakers - CD-DA - 1 x Headphone Ports - Lithium Polymer)
By GPX, start from $ 52.97
MDP1008 Portable 10.1" DVD Player
By Azend Group, start from $ 98.70

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