Must See HDTV (February 4th - 10th)

Must See HDTV (February 4th - 10th)

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New It's finally over -- pro football is done for the year. In its absence we have a number of big returning shows to look forward to, including favorites like Community and The Walking Dead. Also of note, Syfy will air Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome this weekend, a show...
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Amazon discounts 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD models as part of Valentine's Day promo

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Amazon clearly doesn't have a problem with slashing the prices of its 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD from time to time. As such, don't color us surprised after the mega online retailer announced that it's kicking off Valentine's Day festivities by offering up to a $50 discount on the 8.9-inch...
Amazon discounts 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD models as part of Valentine's Day promo

How To Get $50 Off A New Kindle Fire HD (AMZN)

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Amazon is offering discounts on new 8.9" Kindle Fire HD tablets when you use the discount code "FIRELOVE" at checkout, we learned via Forbes. Through February 8th you can save $30 on Kindle Fire HD or $50 on Kindle Fire HD with 4G LTE. These are brand new, non-refurbished tablets,...
How To Get $50 Off A New Kindle Fire HD (AMZN)

Editorial: Is that Kevin Spacey behind all those Apple products?

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Up until this one specific camera shot, 31 minutes and 42 seconds into the sixth episode of House of Cards, it had all been going pretty well. The endearing evil of the series' anti-hero Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey, there on the left) had carried me through the first five...
Editorial: Is that Kevin Spacey behind all those Apple products?
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Sony VAIO T14 and T15 Ultrabooks arrive at Sony's store, Best Buy starting at $770

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Sony flaunted its VAIO T series 14- and 15-inch Windows 8 Ultrabooks at CES 2013 last month, but we weren't able to do anything at the time but snap, film and fondle them a bit. Now those models have arrived on Sony's store for pre-order, giving us a complete...
Sony VAIO T14 and T15 Ultrabooks arrive at Sony's store, Best Buy starting at $770

BLU Products rolls out Quattro Tegra 3-powered devices

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Latin-owned BLU Products has rolled out its new line of quad-core based smartphones running Nvidiaís Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.5GHz. The Quattro 4.5, Quattro 4.5 HD and Quattro 5.7 HD all center on large displays of 4.5-inches and up to 5.7-inches, while all run Android 4.1 ëJelly Bean.í BLU...
BLU Products rolls out Quattro Tegra 3-powered devices

AMD offering Never Settle: Reloaded games bundle with Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs

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If you're the fidgety type that's also in the market for a new GPU, AMD's ready to tempt you into springing for a Radeon HD 7000 series card with the promise of free gaming swag. The imaginatively named "Never Settle: Reloaded" bundle reuses several titles from last year's promotion...
AMD offering Never Settle: Reloaded games bundle with Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs

BLU Products unveils Tegra 3-running Quattro 4.5, 4.5 HD and 5.7 HD

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It was just weeks ago that BLU Products' smartphones were largely dual-core models like the Vivo 4.65 HD. The company clearly wants to ramp things up, as it's kicking off the Quattro line based around Android 4.0 and the quad-core, 1.5GHz Tegra 3. At the entry level is the...
BLU Products unveils Tegra 3-running Quattro 4.5, 4.5 HD and 5.7 HD

Dijit acquiring Miso, plans to give you even more to do while you watch TV

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Having already declared war on the grid, TV remote / guide app maker Dijit is taking GoMiso under its wing. The company announced via its site that it's in the process of acquiring the social TV developer. The move will incorporate more discovery into Dijit's offerings. The company has...
Dijit acquiring Miso, plans to give you even more to do while you watch TV
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