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  • Radio Shack doesn't understand the Xbox 360

    Radio Shack doesn't understand the Xbox 360

    So yeah, this picture isn’t possible. Any Xbox 360 owner knows that you cannot sit the console on the HDD side. It won’t sit up and sometimes will produce a horrible, game ruining, scratching noise because it’s upside down! Oh, Radio Shack. When will you return to your random electronic parts origin and leave the low profit margin gaming stuff to the big boys? via… Read More

  • TomTom and Radio Shack launch GO 630 GPS unit

    TomTom and Radio Shack launch GO 630 GPS unit

    Radio Shack is gaining yet another exclusive GPS model after the Motorola and NAVIGON units. The TomTom Go 630 seems similar in specs to the GO 720 with even the same $399 price. IQ Routes Technology Advance Lane Guidance Access to TomTom MapShare Text-to-Soeech 4.3-inch widescreen Bluetooth handsfree call Side note about why Radio Shack is selling “exclusive” models after the break. Read More

  • Best Buy Mobile stores growing up; to start pimping computers and iPods

    Best Buy Mobile stores growing up; to start pimping computers and iPods

    Best Buy is set to take over your local mall with small stores designed for your “life on the go”. These locations are going to be stocked with not only cell phones, but also ultra-portable notebook computers, PMPs, and of course, accessories. The upgraded Best Buy Mobile stores build on the cell-phone only model that the company started rolling out last year but will now include… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Samsung Instinct $99 at Radio Shack

    CrunchDeals: Samsung Instinct $99 at Radio Shack

    Starting tomorrow, Radio Shack will be selling the Samsung Instinct to new Sprint customers for $99. If you’re an existing Sprint customer looking to upgrade, it’ll cost you the normal price of $129. The sale is going on through Labor Day, so if you’re going to Radio Shack anyway, why not pick up a new Instinct? What am I saying? Nobody goes to Radio Shack. What I meant to say… Read More

  • Samsung Instinct $99 at Radio Shack

    Samsung Instinct $99 at Radio Shack

    Starting tomorrow, Radio Shack will be selling the Samsung Instinct to new Sprint customers for $99. If you’re an existing Sprint customer looking to upgrade, it’ll cost you the normal price of $129. The sale is going on through Labor Day, so if you’re going to Radio Shack anyway, why not pick up a new Instinct? What am I saying? Nobody goes to Radio Shack. What I meant to say… Read More

  • Radio Shack looks to Apple stores for inspirado

    Radio Shack looks to Apple stores for inspirado

    Since the launch of Apple’s super-popular iPhone, competing handset manufacturers have been scrambling to produce phones that at least somewhat replicate Cupertino’s device. So it should stand to reason that the look and feel of Apple’s stores, which are quite popular with shoppers, might begin to appear in competing retailers’ stores. Case in point, it’s being… Read More

  • Radio Shack ad confirms Xbox 360 price drop

    Radio Shack ad confirms Xbox 360 price drop

    High res available here. This purported ad sent in by a Radio Shack employee to Joystiq backs up the last week’s ad from K-Mart that Microsoft will give the Xbox 360 a price cut during E3. Hold off a few weeks if you’re in the market, kiddies. Read More

  • Rumor: iPhone 3G to be available at Radio Shack and Best Buy

    Rumor: iPhone 3G to be available at Radio Shack and Best Buy

    BGR’s “Apple ninja” is claiming that the iPhone 3G may be available for sale at Radio Shack and Best Buy, but it’s unknown whether or not this will take effect on the 11th if it happens at all. Yeah. Whatever. Read More

  • BlackBerry Curve runs Windows Mobile, according to Radio Shack

    BlackBerry Curve runs Windows Mobile, according to Radio Shack

    Radio Shack is selling a WinMo Curve mash-up in a half-page circular it’s giving away in stores. In case you couldn’t tell this is a huge mistake and basically proves that Radio Shack should stay in the battery business. Read More