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UPDATE: Here’s What You Need to Know About Google Wallet

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Sprint is rolling out an update to all Nexus S 4G owners as we speak to take advantage of Google Wallet and the NFC technology built into the handset. The only catch is that it’s being confined to New York and San Francisco as expected. Back in May, Google announced that it would initially launch [&hellip

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How does Google’s Flight Search Compare to KAYAK?

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On Tuesday, Google launched their travel portal that allows the user to search for flights in a fashion that’s similar to Expedia, and KAYAK. Currently, the system only allows you to search for flights, but let’s see how it stands up against the popular KAYAK travel search. In my test I searched for a flight [&hellip

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Look Forward: Amazon’s 7-Eleven Lockers are a “Sign of the Times”

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Vending machines and automated-checkout services were a small part of U.S culture back in 1888 with the invention of gumball dispensers. Fast forward to now and you’re surrounded by machine automation. From a business perspective it’s more affordable to maintain a machine rather than pay an employee to sell some sodas, or the day’s paper. [&hellip

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Weekly Wrap-Up (08/28/2011): Phones, Tablets, and Ultrabooks

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According to my computer and most calendars in the US, the beginning of the week starts on Sunday, so I’ve decided that this will be the day I start our week for the weekly wrap-up. This week was a fun filled one for those attending IFA as there were plenty of gadgets coming out the [&hellip

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Amazon Kindle Tablet – 7″ capacitive touch at $250

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MG Siegler of TechCrunch is assuring the public that he’s not only got the scoop on specs for the Amazon Kindle Tablet, but he’s touched and played with it. MG says it’s sporting a 7″ back-lit capacitive touch screen, no physical buttons, and will be priced at $250. If all of this is true it [&hellip

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