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  • Square’s COO Keith Rabois Discusses Gift Cards, Revolution Of Payments And Social Signals

    Square’s COO Keith Rabois Discusses Gift Cards, Revolution Of Payments And Social Signals

    This weekend, we told you about the launch of Square Wallet gift cards, which allow you to send gift cards to friends to their favorite places to eat and visit in their neighborhoods. The power of this is that you don’t have to visit the physical store to buy an actual gift card, which is a time suck any way you slice it. Read More

  • Punchbowl Partners With A Dozen Retailers To Add A Gift Card Option To Its Greeting Cards

    Punchbowl Partners With A Dozen Retailers To Add A Gift Card Option To Its Greeting Cards

    Punchbowl, the party planning site that expanded into digital greeting cards last year, is today announcing a series of new partnerships that will allow consumers to send out greeting cards with gift cards attached. The company first began offering Amazon gift cards in time for Mother’s Day 2012, but today’s expansion includes a dozen of new gift card brands such as Banana… Read More

  • Moo Adds Programmable NFC Chips To Their Business Cards

    Moo Adds Programmable NFC Chips To Their Business Cards

    As the proud owner of a set of tiny Moo business cards with a big sexy QR code on them, I’m impressed to see that Moo itself has done me one better. They’re now adding nearly invisible programmable NFC chips to their business cards, thereby allowing high-tech business folk to run around town tapping other peoples’ phones to pass contact information. One NFC card is going… Read More

  • These 3D Printer Trading Cards Are What Kids Will Swap In The Future

    These 3D Printer Trading Cards Are What Kids Will Swap In The Future

    While, arguably, you’re not going to convince many kids to give up their Topps or Pokemon cards for these things, it’s nice to know they exist. They’re 3D Printer trading cards featuring some of the best 3D printers in the world. You got your Makerbot Replicator, your UP! Printer, and your Printrbot Plus. You got stats on there, a little trivia, some pricing information and… Read More

  • Toshiba's 64GB SDXC card to finally go on sale (in Japan)

    Remember way back in August last year, when Toshiba announced the “world’s first 64GB SDXC card”? Well, actually Panasonic was faster (even though that company waited until January this year with its announcement), and it already has been selling their own 64GB card [JP] in Japan since February. But starting this Saturday, Japanese users can choose between that and the… Read More

  • Sound & Vision goes ears-on the Lincoln MKT THX II sound system

    The days of automakers shoving the same OEM radio into all of their cars are long gone – at least for vehicles over $20k. Now if you drop enough coin, you can get a system that will rival your home theater gear. Sound & Vision recently spent sometime with the THX II sound system found in the Lincoln MKT crossover. Spoiler: your audiophile dad should like it. Read More

  • Tarot cards now available in 8-bit form

    The traditional Tarot deck has finally been updated with some new artwork, although the update didn’t quite make it past the mid-to-late 80’s. ThinkGeek is selling “8-Bit Tarot Cards” which look like a cross between the ancient mysteries and the also-ancient Nintendo Entertainment System. Read More

  • CG Holidays 2007 Recommendation: ReProduct Greeting Cards

    I’m a guy. I don’t like greeting cards. But if you have lady parts and/or you really like greeting cards, here’s a way to send someone a special message while helping the environment. ReProduct cards come with a 2-way envelope. You open the card, enjoy it, and then send it back to ReProduct. Then, and I quote, “Shaw Industries then uses 100% of the cards and envelopes… Read More

  • Lexar's 300x UDMA CompactFlash Cards

    Hipsters who hang out in the DSLR crowd should rejoice after hearing about Lexar’s new series of CF cards. These new 300x UDMA cards are professional-grade CF cards that will come in 2, 4, and 8GB sizes. Lexar claims that the new cards are 125% faster than previous versions and that UDMA-equipped devices will be able to enjoy a lovely write speed of 45MB/s. Of course you’ll need… Read More