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  • Boingo Deal Could Bring 30 Minutes Of Free Wi-Fi At New York Metropolitan Airports

    Boingo Deal Could Bring 30 Minutes Of Free Wi-Fi At New York Metropolitan Airports

    If you travel frequently in the New York-metropolitan area, you’ll be happy to hear that the Port Authority is expected to approve a new deal with Boingo Wireless today, which would offer free Wi-Fi for up to 30 minutes. Read More

  • Evernote Partners With South Korean Messaging Giant KakaoTalk

    Evernote Partners With South Korean Messaging Giant KakaoTalk

    Evernote is going after KakaoTalk’s 90 million registered users by inking a partnership deal with the South Korean messaging giant that would bring Evernote integration to KakaoTalk’s mobile app. Despite boasting nearly 4 million users here in the United States, chances are you’ve never heard of KakaoTalk. The┬ámessaging app is mostly used by Korean Americans (such as myself)… Read More

  • HowAboutWe Provides Hand-Picked Date Ideas To Help Couples Fall And Stay In Love

    HowAboutWe Provides Hand-Picked Date Ideas To Help Couples Fall And Stay In Love

    Helping couples to stay happy, connected and in love is what HowAboutWe for Couples is all about. Each month, members receive a DateBook with beautifully presented, one-of-a-kind dates specifically curated for its users. Couples just have to select one of the romantic local experiences and the service will take care of everything. The newly launched service is HowAboutWe’s second product. Read More

  • Cadence wants you to learn how to tell time in binary

    Here’s a geeky watch that won’t destroy your budget. Cadence teamed up with designer John Flear to produce the 4-BIt watch. The geek angle? All of the time indications are shown in 4-bit binary language instead of arabic or roman numerals. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Get a G4 iBook at a netbook-like price

    For those of you out there who like to say “Why would I spend $500 on a netbook when I could get a full notebook?”, here’s a deal for you. Remember the iBook? You can get a refurbished one with a 1.07GHz G4 processor, 256MB RAM, 30GB hard drive, and an Airport Extreme wireless card for $349 from Geek.com. The regular price is $379 but use promo code “IBOOKDEAL”… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 24-inch monitor for $249.99

    Ah, plummeting technology prices. Time was, you couldn’t get a 24-inch monitor for under $800. Now you can grab one for just under $250. Sure, it’s a Soyo, but has Soyo ever done you wrong? If not, why not give Soyo a chance? Here’s what you get if you were to walk into Office Max and buy this monitor: 24" Widescreen SXGA TFT LCD Display 1920 x 1200 Native Screen… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Refurbished Xbox 360 for $199.99

    Buy.com has the refurbished 20GB Xbox 360 for a mere $200 (free shipping too). It’s the non-HDMI version, so keep that in mind. But if you’re looking to get into an Xbox 360 on the cheap, this appears to be a pretty good deal. Microsoft Xbox 360 Premium System – Recertified [Buy.com via dealnews] Read More

  • CrunchDeals: HD radio for $39.99 after $50 rebate

    Remember high-definition radio? It’s still around. If you want to experience high-definition radio, now’s your chance. The iLuv i68 HD Radio with Dual Alarm Clock can be yours for only $39.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. If you’ve never heard of HD Radio, you’re not alone. And if you think that there’s nothing good on regular radio nowadays, you won’t like… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Decked-out HP laptop for $529.99 AR

    More laptop deals this weekend, as Office Depot has the 15.4-inch HP Pavilion dv6910us for $529.99 after two mail-in rebates totalling $170. Specs look good: AMD Turion processor (64-bit, dual-core), 3GB of RAM, 200GB hard drive, double-layer DVD burner with LightScribe, Bluetooth, wireless, 5-in-1 card reader, and Vista Home Premium. The notebook weighs just over six pounds, which I… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 15.4-inch Acer Extensa for $399

    Circuit City has a 15.4-inch Acer Extensa laptop for $399.99 with no rebate-like strings attached. It’s a Circuit City Outlet item, so supplies might be a tad limited. Specs look pretty nice: Dual-core Intel processor, 120GB hard drive, 1GB RAM, DVD burner, and Vista Home Premium. I’d upgrade the RAM right away but other than that, it looks like it’s good to go. Again… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: In-car GPS system for $79.99

    Looking to get into the GPS game for under a hundred bucks? Newegg has the Initial GM-351 GPS system with 3.5-inch touchscreen for just shy of $80. Why so cheap? Well, apparently the maps are from a few years ago and they’re not currently updateable. That might just be a deal breaker for some people. However, if you live in an area of the country that fears change, especially as it… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 25.5" LCD for $409.99 after $50 rebate

    Newegg.com has the Westinghouse L2610NW-SP for $459.99, plus a $50 mail-in rebate, which brings the price down to $409.99. Shipping’s almost $20, but this is still a pretty good deal for such a big monitor. Specs include a 25.5-inch viewing area, 1920×1200 resolution, 350 cd/m2 brightness, VGA and HDMI inputs, and 3-watt built-in speakers. Westinghouse L2610NW-SP [Newegg.com]… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: $80 off Creative Aurvana headphones

    With so many headphone choices out there, I generally look for ones that have been deeply discounted from a starting price of over $100. It’s a crude method, I know, but the time I save headphone shopping can be spent doing things I enjoy more, like not running and not volunteering. If you’re looking for a pair of deeply discounted over-the-ear headphones that appear to be… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: HD DVD player + 9 movies for $199

    Having trouble finding an in-stock HD-A2, the same one Vince told us about yesterday? You can pick up its big brother, the HD-A3, from Best Buy for $100 more PLUS you get seven nine free DVDs to boot — two of them in the box, two of your choice in the store, and five in the mail. Sure, it’s not a $98 HD DVD player but remember, you’ll get nine HD DVDs that you can use to… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Fujitsu LifeBook U810 for $889.99

    The new-ish Fujitsu Lifebook U810 has been lauded for its relatively low starting price of $999 but ComputerGeeks.com has chopped $110 off of that, which makes this a great deal for anyone looking for a UMPC with a built-in keyboard and tablet-like abilities. It’s got an 800-MHz Intel A110 processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 40GB storage, Windows Vista, 1024×600 5.6-inch touch screen… Read More