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Best Buy Debuts Rogers, Bell and TELUS Galaxy Note on February 14 for $250

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Rogers, TELUS and Bell have already confirmed they will carry the Samsung Galaxy Note starting next month, but neither of them unveiled details on the smartphone’s exact release date and pricing options.   However, it appears that Best Buy has just announced that it will offer Bell, Rogers and TELUS...
Best Buy Debuts Rogers, Bell and TELUS Galaxy Note on February 14 for $250
Aereo Offers A "Try For Free" Option In NYC; Android And PC Support Later This Summer

Leaked Rogers memo details its BlackBerry Playbook 4G LTE pricing options

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For a few days now, folks in the Great White North tied to Telus and Bell have known how much coin they'll have to layout for a BlackBerry PlayBook 4G LTE when it launches on the 9th. Thanks to leaked memo from Rogers, obtained by MobileSyrup, we now know...
Leaked Rogers memo details its BlackBerry Playbook 4G LTE pricing options

Mac Users Spend 30% More Than PC Users On Orbitz, So It's Going To Show Them More Expensive Hotels (AAPL, MSFT)

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Travel site Orbitz found that Mac users spend 30% more on average than PC users, so it's going to start showing them more expensive hotel options, Dana Mattioli at The Wall Street Journal reports. The travel site decided to offer different prices and hotel options after it found Mac users...
Mac Users Spend 30% More Than PC Users On Orbitz, So It's Going To Show Them More Expensive Hotels (AAPL, MSFT)

Orange Rolling Out Facebook To All Phones In Africa

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Mobile phone users in Africa may be saying, “Orange you glad we can get on Facebook now?” France Telecom’s Orange service provider announced that the social network will soon available on any phone within its footprint across the continent, potentially giving Facebook’s mobile user count a huge boost. Orange, which...
Orange Rolling Out Facebook To All Phones In Africa

Rumor Mill: T-Mobile to impose data roaming caps

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Starting April 5, T-Mobile USA plans to limit the amount of data that its customers can use while roaming onto the networks of other carriers, according to the blog TMoNews, which cited internal T-Mobile documents. Importantly, customers who exceed their limits won't be able to use data services while roaming...
Rumor Mill: T-Mobile to impose data roaming caps

Fusebill Raises $2M From OMERS And Covington To Expand Its Subscription Billing Software For SMBs

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Ontario-based Fusebill, a company that offers online software to help companies deal with and support subscription-based businesses and billing cycles, has raised a new $2 million round of funding. The financing will be used to help the company expand its offering and grow its user base, Fusebill CEO Steve Adams...
Fusebill Raises $2M From OMERS And Covington To Expand Its Subscription Billing Software For SMBs

Sky to expand its reach in the UK with new Web TV service

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Satellite broadcaster Sky has revealed plans to introduce a new Internet TV service that will make its content available to non-Sky users through the Web on a series of flexible pricing options. The new service, which will launch in the first half of this year, will boast a sizeable range...
Sky to expand its reach in the UK with new Web TV service
EE announces UK LTE data tariffs alongside handset prices

Liveblogging Sony's "PlayStation 4" reveal, 6PM EST Feb. 20

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Nintendo may have officially started off the "next generation" of home game consoles with the Wii U, but Sony is set to really get the hardware race going with the widely expected announcement of the PlayStation 4 at the "PlayStation Meeting" in New York City, starting at 6 PM...
Liveblogging Sony's "PlayStation 4" reveal, 6PM EST Feb. 20

Mobile Start-Up Hopes to Build a Business That Lasts on Apps That Don't

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While many app developers are focused on creating apps that people want to keep on their phone, Joshua Merrill is more interested in the kind that can be used for a time and then thrown away. Merrill is the founder of a start-up called TapCanvas that focuses on helping people...
Mobile Start-Up Hopes to Build a Business That Lasts on Apps That Don't

T-Mobile USA to Cease Offering Subsidized Device Pricing Options in 2013

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Just as it announces that it will begin offering Apple products, presumably including the iPhone and iPad, next year, T-Mobile USA has also revealed that it will be restructuring the way it sells to customers by eliminating device subsidies and focusing on lower monthly plan costs. The plans were announced...
T-Mobile USA to Cease Offering Subsidized Device Pricing Options in 2013
Adobe's Creative Suite is dead, long live the Creative Cloud
LevelEleven redesigns & rebrands its Salesforce app that cleverly gamifies sales

Is Barry Diller Stealing Broadcasters' Content? Aereo Patent Applications Say Maybe Not

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Aereo, the controversial Barry Diller-backed service that is streaming live and pre-recorded TV over the airwaves in New York City, is celebrating its recent preliminary court victory against 18 broadcasters by offering a free hour of service and new pricing options. But the real key for the viability of this...
Is Barry Diller Stealing Broadcasters' Content? Aereo Patent Applications Say Maybe Not
Google Voice creator’s teleconference startup UberConference wins TC Disrupt
Amazon pitches better-than-ever cloud deals

Uber Tripled Number Of Drivers Yesterday, Owing An Extra $100K In Payments, So Surge Pricing Is Coming Back

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Uber has just sent out an update via email regarding the pricing options in New York after Hurricane Sandy. Surge Pricing is back. Yesterday, the company implemented Surge Pricing — a higher rate during times of high demand — and then abruptly turned it off after a poor reaction by...
Uber Tripled Number Of Drivers Yesterday, Owing An Extra $100K In Payments, So Surge Pricing Is Coming Back

Tep Wireless expands mobile hotspot rental plan to 50 countries, revamps pricing

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The international mobile hotspot rental market just got a lot more interesting. While Xcom Global's offerings are still broader, Tep Wireless is expanding in a major way. Previously reserved for European nations, the upstart is now serving a full 50 nations, adding Brazil, the United States, South Africa, Singapore,...
Tep Wireless expands mobile hotspot rental plan to 50 countries, revamps pricing

LG Optimus Pad Now Free at Rogers on 2 and 3-Year Term Contracts

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LG’s first try on Android tablets, the Optimus Pad is now available for free at Rogers. However, customers who want to take advantage of this offer will have to commit to a new two- or three-year contract.   The tablet’s one-year term and no-term pricing options are still the same...
LG Optimus Pad Now Free at Rogers on 2 and 3-Year Term Contracts
How RFID chips & virtual currency could bring some sanity back to SXSW
Build-your-own-Dropbox service AeroFS now open to the masses
On-Demand Helper Startup Wunwun Launches Branded Delivery Services For Businesses

Sky Will De-Couple Pay-TV Content From Satellite For IPTV Era

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BSkyB (NYSE: BSY) is acting to head off rising City concerns about the threat from over-the-top connected TV services, by announcing it will launch, by the summer, its own such service that does not require a satellite subscription. The as-yet-unnamed and unpriced service will offer Sky Movies, Sky Sports...
Sky Will De-Couple Pay-TV Content From Satellite For IPTV Era

T-Mobile Plans To Limit Domestic Data Roaming On April 5

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If you tend to play on the magenta network, a leaked document out of T-Mobile may require your attention. According to TmoNews, the carrier will impose new rules for domestic data roaming on April 5. Instead of the unlimited data goodness you’ve likely grown accustomed to, the carrier will cut...
T-Mobile Plans To Limit Domestic Data Roaming On April 5
Verizon announces ultra-high speed FiOS “Quantum” service, up to 300 Mbps for $210 a month

The Zipcar of electric scooters launches to the public

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Scoot Networks, which has been testing a network of shared electric scooters in San Francisco for months, officially launched on Wednesday and opened up its network to the public. The startup now has around 50 electric scooters parked around neighborhoods in San Francisco, which can be rented out by the...
The Zipcar of electric scooters launches to the public

Cheaper satellite radio: promise from XM and Sirius could be a game changer

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Would you pay $6.99 a month for 50 of your favorite satellite radio channels? If the idea sounds appealing, that's exactly what struggling satellite providers XM Satellite Radio Holdings (XMSR) and Sirius Satellite Radio (SIRI) were hoping for. During a speech in Washington, Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin promised there will...
Cheaper satellite radio: promise from XM and Sirius could be a game changer

Inventor of Google Voice now reinventing conference calls

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Craig Walker, the inventor of both Google Voice and DialPad, is now reinventing conference calls with his latest venture, UberConference. Teleconferences notoriously suck, but UberConference thinks it’s fixed that, claiming to have created “the best conference calling service ever.” The company has identified  four main problems with teleconferences. First, of course,...
Inventor of Google Voice now reinventing conference calls

Audiobooks.com drops all-you-can-listen-to book plan

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When Audiobooks.com launched a year ago, the service's distinguishing factor was that it provided unlimited audiobook listening for a flat $25 monthly fee. On Monday, the company changed course and switched to a two-tier pricing model for a specific number of books. Audiobooks.com now charges $15 a month for...
Audiobooks.com drops all-you-can-listen-to book plan
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