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  • $100 Price Drop on iPhone / iPod Touch, Then 8GB Burial?
    $100 Price Drop on iPhone / iPod Touch, Then 8GB Burial?

    In a move that wouldn’t be very surprising, 9to5Mac is reporting that we may see a $100 price drop from Apple on the full iPhone / iPod Touch line within the next two months. The 8 GB iPod Touch is also said to be on the chopping block and will be du

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  • Apple Drops Price on 1 GB iPod Shuffle; 2 GB Model Coming Soon
    Apple Drops Price on 1 GB iPod Shuffle; 2 GB Model Coming Soon

    Every time the Apple Store goes down, an angel gets its wings. Ok, maybe that’s not entirely true, but if it was true there would be a whole lot of newly-winged angels these days. The Apple Store seems to drop offline every Tuesday lately and once it

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  • Nokia's N810 Price Drop Ammended; Oops!
    Nokia's N810 Price Drop Ammended; Oops!

    It was reported across the net last night that Nokia’s US online shop dropped the price on the N810 Internet Tablet. Apparently there were some lines crossed at LetsTalk, Nokia’s online distributor in the US, because this morning the price jumped up

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  • iPod Touch price drop on the horizon?
    iPod Touch price drop on the horizon?

    If the Dutch iTunes store is to be believed, the answer is a definite "yes!" The Dutch store is currently running an ad for the iPod Touch, advertising the multi-touch DAP at the bargain basement price of 199 Euros. This represents an 79 Euro drop fr

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  • Official referee with the whistle AT&T iPhone pricing, there will be a no contract price!
    Official referee with the whistle AT&T iPhone pricing, there will be a no contract price!

    There’s been a ton of confusion over the handset pricing on Apple’s iPhone 3G on AT&T. Stevie announced they’d go for $199 and $299 for the 8GB and 16GB models, but obviously that’s a subsidized price. We just got a hold of the final pricing for

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • Slow Sales Lead to Mass HDTV Price Cuts
    Slow Sales Lead to Mass HDTV Price Cuts

    As the economy continues to decline and unemployment rates continue to rise, now is a tough time for everyone. Particularly tough perhaps, if a big part of your business involves selling luxury items like HDTVs. In times of economic crisis people mos

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  • Nokia N810: Twice as Fast, Half the Price*
    Nokia N810: Twice as Fast, Half the Price*

    Oh sorry, we thought it was ok for anyone to make that false statement as long as there was an asterisk at the end. Hey, at least you won’t be paying added charges totaling more than the initial purchase price of the N810 over the course of a two-yea

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • BlackBerry Bold Gets a Hefty Price Tag on Rogers
    BlackBerry Bold Gets a Hefty Price Tag on Rogers

    Ouch. Our friends north of the boarder just got a bit of a rude awakening as the Bold received pricing for the Rogers network. How does $400 CAD sound? That’s right folks, according to the leaked flyer pictured above Canadian BlackBerry fans on Roger

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  • Microsoft shares the Love; Slashes Xbox prices in the US
    Microsoft shares the Love; Slashes Xbox prices in the US

    Earlier this week Microsoft announced that it would cut Xbox 360 prices in Japan by 30% in an attempt to bolster their abysmal sales. Sales in Japan folks, not here, so calm yourselves. It looks like they have not forgot about their home nation. Star

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  • T-Mobile G1 coming to Wal-Mart at reduced price?
    T-Mobile G1 coming to Wal-Mart at reduced price?

    According to the fine folks over at Engadget, Wal-Mart might be poised to pick up the T-Mobile G1 in the very near future. The deal would involve the top 10 stores in every regional market gaining the privilege of hawking the very first Android hands

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  • Microsoft drops Zune prices, updates software
    Microsoft drops Zune prices, updates software

    Microsoft is turning up the heat a bit as part of its holiday plans, and likely in an effort to make its digital player option a bit more of a contender. Firstly, Microsoft has dropped the prices on three Zune models – the 4 GB version is now $99, th

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  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic price gouge explained, still lame
    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic price gouge explained, still lame

    We’re not sure if anxious Spaniards will be more or less upset by this news, but we now have an explanation of the massive 54% premium found on Nokia Spain’s pre-order page for the 5800 XpressMusic. Like it or not, the extra €150 can be accounted for

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  • Bell has yet to decide on 3-year price of the Storm but sets non-contract price of $699.95
    Bell has yet to decide on 3-year price of the Storm but sets non-contract price of $699.95

    Today the $249.99 Christmas promotional pricing of the Telus Storm was sent into every major tech blog on the net from the same source — that’s why we didn’t bother to post it, in case you’re wondering– which left a lot of people wondering what Bell

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  • Sirius XM price increases coming in March
    Sirius XM price increases coming in March

    Well, satellite radio lovers, we have good news and bad news. The good news is that the positive stipulations to the Sirius XM merger deal will finally begin to bear fruit and a variety of new programming packages will be available. The bad news is t

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  • AT&T ditches "MEdia Net", replaces it with "Data" and drops the price
    AT&T ditches "MEdia Net", replaces it with "Data" and drops the price

    Looks like AT&T may be overhauling the data plans for its non-smartphone lineup. AT&T is reportedly ditching the name “MEdia Net” and rebranding all of its data packages with the brilliantly simplistic term “Data”. Accompanying the name chang

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • Rogers raises prices of BlackBerry devices to make up for $30mm in acquistion expenses
    Rogers raises prices of BlackBerry devices to make up for $30mm in acquistion expenses

    Some Canadians in the market for a new BlackBerry might have noticed that Rogers recently enacted a price hike on the three-year contract prices for some of its most popular BlackBerry devices. The price increases saw the Curve 83xx go to $149.99 (up

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • AT&T bringin' sexy back, offering iPhone 3G at no-commitment price, no activation
    AT&T bringin' sexy back, offering iPhone 3G at no-commitment price, no activation

    Time to clear out some inventory, boys! AT&T, starting March 26th, is going to start offering the 8GB and 16GB iPhone 3Gs at a no-commitment price. These prices are $599 and $699 respectively. The good news is that you do not need to perform an a

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • Three new Samsung BOGO offers coming to AT&T; A877 gets a name and a price
    Three new Samsung BOGO offers coming to AT&T; A877 gets a name and a price

    It looks like Samsung fans looking to re-up with AT&T or open a new account are in for a hell of a deal next month. Word from one of our ninjas has the carrier kicking off a killer BOGO promotion on April 7th and it’s all about Sammy this time ar

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • Class Action suit alleges Best Buy conspiracy to avoid price matching
    Class Action suit alleges Best Buy conspiracy to avoid price matching

    Circuit City might have lost the retail electronics battle recently but that doesn’t mean the war is over for Best Buy. This past week, a US District Court ruled to allow a new Class Action suit that alleges what is basically a company-wide conspirac

    • Posted January 1, 1970
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  • Sony drops the price on the PlayStation 2 to $99
    Sony drops the price on the PlayStation 2 to $99

    Sony confirmed on Tuesday that its PlayStation 2 console will finally hit the sub-$100 price point. Starting April 1st, the gaming console — now almost ten years old — will retail for a mere $99.99. That low price point will certainly appeal to entry

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