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  • 29Nov

    Saving money on Games this week

    This week looking at where to save money on games, we will also be featuring Cyber Monday deals! A word of caution, if you try to buy items while at work during Cyber Monday, know that your IT department can see where you are going and could tell your manager that you’re shopping on company time. Other Cyber Monday tips…make sure you are buying from legit sites. Be careful of where you are putting your credit card information. On with the sales! Games out this week: Yoga (Wii) Rogue Trooper (Wii) Reader Rabbit Kindergarten (DS) MX vs ATV: Reflex (DS,PS3, PSP) James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game (Wii, PC,DS, 360) Rogue Warrior (PC,PS3) Alvin & the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (Wii,DS) Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes (DS) Amazon.com Cyber Monday deals: Street Fighter IV MadCatz Bundle $39.98 Left 4 Dead 2 $39.99 Uncharted 2: Among Thieves $40 Halo 3: ODST $39.99

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  • 29Nov

    Warning about Xbox Live iPhone App

    You may have read some communities promoting an Xbox Live app for your iPhone. The app seems really cool because you can easily see your gamerscore, achievement breakdown and see your friends’ cards. The app is also on sale for $1.99 which raised my suspicions. I would like to use this to warn you to use caution and wait until we get official word from Microsoft about this app. I have made some inquiries on the Xbox MVP boards to get more information. First the app is not sourced from the Xbox Community Developer Program where many trusted community apps are made. Second, community apps are not supposed to charge for their use. So this app should be free and this person should not be making money off of it. The largest question is where your login information is going. One of the reviews on the iPhone app page does

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  • 29Nov

    Callpod Fueltank Uno: Portable Power

    The concept behind Callpod Fueltank  has existed almost as long as we have had portable gadgets. We travel, have business meetings, and we need to keep connected.  When a gadget like our cell phone gives out, what are we to do? Well portable charging devices have emerged with many different forms, and this is the premise behind Callpod Fueltank Uno. The Callpod Fueltank Uno is a charging device that needs no outlet in order to charge your small gadgets. The Fueltank has the ability to charge your devices 3-5 times before you need to charge the device itself. The device is made out of a lithium ion battery and uses device specific adapters covering more then 3,000 different devices from a gambit of major manufactures such as RIM/Blackbeery, Motorola, Samsung, LG, and Apple. Upon purchese, the system will include: Fueltank UNO base unit AC/DC Wall Plug iPhone/iPod Direct Connect adapter

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  • 29Nov

    Review: NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer

    Platform: Nintendo Wii OFLC: G Genre: Simulation Number of Players: 1 Developer: Lightning Fish Release Date: September 17th 2009 (PAL) BUY NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer Official Website – Australia We all know the stigma that is floating around cyberspace when it comes to fitness “games” and the Wii – that the Wii is being marketed to women, and using fitness as bait is the way they are doing it. While this may be true, the added opinion that the console itself is for women is something I highly disagree with. Besides, both genders need to stay fit somehow, and people seem to have forgotten that the other consoles have had a stab at it at some point. NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer is one of the most recent productions for the Wii. It has been developed in conjunction with trainers and dieticians, and the gym franchise Fitness First. While

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