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Amazon Starts Shipping The Fire TV Stick, Its “Fastest Selling” Hardware Yet By Clip Syndicate Amazon announced this morning that its Chromecast competitor called the Fire TV Stick, which the company also revealed is the “fastest-selling Amazon device ever,” is now shipping to customers on a first-come, first-serve basis. The dongle’s immediately popularity likely came from the introductory price Amazon offered its Prime subscribers. The company sold it for only $19 for the first few days of its availability. Normally, the device will retail for $39. ...Read More »
Logitech’s New AnyAngle iPad Case Gives It A Surface-Style Kickstand By Clip Syndicate Logitech is slowly but surely turning the iPad into a Microsoft Surface, which is good news for those who envy some of the Windows device’s productivity features, but not its software or overall form factor. The new Logitech Keys-To-Go feels a lot like the keyboard included in the Microsoft Type Cover, and now there’s a stand/case called the AnyAngle that essentially mimics the Surface’s variable inclination kickstand. ...Read More »
Nokia's N1 Android Tablet is a Dead Ringer for the iPad Mini By Clip Syndicate This may come as a surprise, but Nokia is still producing hardware. The company sold its mobile phone business to Microsoft in 2013, but it still has its technologies division (the first product from there was the Z Launcher, a home screen launcher for Android devices). Now, post-Microsoft Nokia has launched its first hardware product: The Nokia N1, an Android tablet that looks almost exactly like the iPad mini. ...Read More »
Logitech Keys-To-Go: Finally, An iPad Keyboard That You Can Use Long-Term By Clip Syndicate Logitech has been building iPad keyboards for years – they were among the first to recognize the value of doing so, in fact. But for all their experience, and various iterations of the concept of the keyboard case, the company may have got it most right with a remarkably simple design introduced just this past month with the new Keys-To-Go Bluetooth wireless keyboard. ...Read More »
Kindle Software Update Lets You Share Your Amazon Library With A Partner And More By Clip Syndicate Kindle has a new update rolling out to its Kindle e-reader device hardware, which includes new features for the latest Kindle, Kindle Voyage and Kindle Paperwhite devices. The update includes the new Word Wise feature that automatically shows definitions to difficult words above the within text on compatible titles, as well as Family Library, which lets you access not only your own books, but also those of a spouse, partner or family member, and Kindle FreeTime Unlimited, a subscription service starting at $2.99 per month that provides curated access to special selections for kids and beginner readers. You’ll get the chance to link two accounts to a device, which can include a spouse or partner, rather than having to share a single account across devices, which is likely what most people do currently.

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Nvidia Shield Tablet Gets Lollipop Nov. 18, Grid Streaming Game Service Coming This Month By Clip Syndicate Nvidia’s Shield Tablet will be one of the first tablets beyond the Nexus 9 and Nexus 7 to get Android 5.0 Lollipop, with an update that arrives November 18. Nvidia isn’t stopping there, however, as the update also includes a brand new Nvidia Dabbler app for use with the Shield Tablet’s stylus, and a new Shield Hub, plus use of Material Design cues throughout. Also launching this month is Grid, Nvidia’s on-demand streaming gaming service, which is available exclusively to Shield devices. The Grid service was available in beta to users in California before now, but it’s opening its doors to a general audience across North America this month, with a debut in western Europe starting in December and a rollout throughout Asia in 2015.

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Walmart Unwraps Black Friday Tech Deals By Clip Syndicate Walmart will try to lure in Black Friday tech buyers with a variety of in-store only sales, as revealed in its new flyer. Touting its deals for November 27 and 28, Walmart will start selling the original 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Mini for $199 and throw in a $30 gift card to sweeten the deal. That offer kicks off at 6 p.m. on November 27. A couple of hours later at 8 p.m., the retailer will sell the 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Air for $397, complete with a $100 gift card. Another November 27 deal, Walmart is offering an RCA Google Play Android tablet for $29.

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Walmart's 'new Black Friday' Will Be a 5-day Event This Year By Clip Syndicate Walmart announced a bevy of Black Friday deals on Wednesday, including substantial savings on several HDTVs, Apple's iPad mini and Beats wireless headphones. The company calls these deals the new Black Friday, which run from Thanksgiving morning on Nov. 27 through Dec. 1. Walmart claims the event includes more deals then ever, but will have plans in place manage crowds.

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Microsoft Office Apps Skyrocket To The Top Of The App Store Following Pricing Changes By Clip Syndicate Nothing sells better than "free," and Microsoft has finally figured that out. Microsoft Word is now the number one free iPhone and iPad application on iTunes, closely followed by other Microsoft Office apps including Excel and PowerPoint. The apps have shot upto the top of Apple’s App Store after last week’s pricing changes. Before, Microsoft had required iPad users to subscribe to Office 365 in order to create new files, and had offered a limited feature set on iPhone. ...Read More »
Monitoring Your Office While You're Away By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Protect your small business with the latest technology. ...Read More »

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