Nikon D800 Pre-Orders from Amazon.com Slip to January 2013

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Those who ordered a Nikon D800 the day it was announced from Amazon.com may have to wait almost a year for delivery. That’s according to Amazon.com order updates sent out to eager Nikon D800 buyers yesterday. Amazon.com sold the Nikon D800 and D800E as pre-orders beginning February 6, but shut down pre-orders February 7. Amazon.com […]

HTC Thunderbolt for $149 after $50 Coupon at Wirefly

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Wirefly is offering the HTC Thunderbolt for $149.99 through Sunday thanks to a $50 coupon. This is a full $100 cheaper than purchasing the HTC Thunderbolt directly from Verizon and $25 cheaper than purchasing it from Amazon Wireless. In order to get this deal, you’ll need to visit Wirefly.com and use coupon code THUNDER0418 by midnight […]

Amazon Kindle with ‘Special Offers’ Only $114

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Amazon is now selling the cheapest version of its wildly popular Kindle for just $114. The Kindle with Special Offers is nearly identical to the WiFi-only Kindle, which sells for $139. The $25 price difference is being covered by sponsors, who will serve ads on the device in the form of sponsored screensavers and small ads on […]

Verizon HTC Thunderbolt for $175 at Amazon

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Amazon.com is selling the HTC Thunderbolt for just $174.99 with free two-day shipping. This price includes free two-day shipping and most buyers won’t have to pay tax up front.This is the best deal on the Thunderbolt at the moment. The HTC Thunderbolt has an MSRP of $599.99, but you’ll only need to pay that if […]

HP TouchPad at Amazon.com…Almost Ready to Go on Sale?

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Amazon.com has posted a product page for the HP TouchPad. The page is pretty sparse at the moment, just listing specs and asking if you’d like to receive alerts when the device is actually for sale. There’s no HP TouchPad pricing or availability information at Amazon.com yet and I don’t think this indicates that the […]

Amazon Prime Instant Videos Free for Paying Prime Members

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Amazon introduced Prime Instant Videos today, a new Prime benefit that allows members to watch more than 5,000 movies and TV shows for free. Amazon typically rents or sells videos via its Instant Video service. Existing Prime customers may or may not be able to watch all of the free movies and TV shows however. […]

Deal: Mophie Juice Pack for iPhone 4 for $66

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Mophie recently introduced the Mophie Juice Pack Air Plus for iPhone 4 for $99. The original Juice Pack Air for the iPhone 4 dropped to just $79 since it only has 75% of the juice of the new model. Amazon.com’s apparently clearing out stock of this unit and dropped the price of the Juice Pack […]

Amazon Looking to Get Into Bricks and Mortar Retail?

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The TimesOnLine is reporting that Amazon is looking around in London for locations to possibly open brick and mortar retail outlets. Supposedly this is to satisfy those customers who can’t wait on delivery but would rather buy on-line and then pick up in the store. If this “secret plan” is true it would be a […]

Uploading to the Cloud to Slow? Try FedEx

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I’d love to backup every last bit to my various cloud services, but the Internet tubes that lead from my office to services like Amazon S3, Sugarsync and MobileMe make it a daunting, if not impossible task. Amazon’s introducing a service called AWS Import/Export, which lets you mail an external backup drive to a data […]

Is Bar Code Scanning in Your Future?

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Interesting post on ReadWriteWeb about retail stores not grasping what appears to be a coming wave of customers using applications on mobile phones to do price checking via bar code scanning apps. The T-Mobile G1 has an application that apparently (I haven’t tried the phone or the app) does it up right. Shop Savvy will […]