Posts tagged "deal"

Cheapest Deal Yet Alert: iPhone 5 for $127 (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint)

In the bewildering position of deciding whether to renew your contract for an iPhone 5? If you are set on upgrading now, we have the best deal yet for those willing to sign a new two-year contract (which is required at any subsidized price). Join us after the break for

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One-Day Deal Alert: iPhone 4/4S Battery Case – $19.99 at Woot.com

Are all of today’s headlines about wireless charging and bigger, more difficult-to-manufacture next-generation iPhone batteries making you wish your 4 or 4S could manage a few more hours without having to be plugged in? For one day only, Woot.com has you covered with a uNu iPhone 4/4S Battery Case that’s had its price slashed in half to be yours for just one Jackson (for those unfamiliar with which President’s on which bill, that’s a solid $20 – or specifically, $19.99).

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AT&T’s $9 iPhone May Sell Alongside “iPhone 4S”

The iPhone, at the cheapest price it has ever been. For just $9 and a two-year contract/soul-selling commitment, AT&T customers can purchase a refurbished iPhone 3GS in the company’s retail stores and website. A $49 deal can also be found for a brand new iPhone 3GS from the phone’s exclusive

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Sears Advertises a $69 iPad 2

Would you like to buy an iPad 2 for $69? Hey, don’t be greedy, you cannot buy thirty and resell them. Actually, you cannot buy them at all for that price anymore. Keyword being “anymore.” That is because shoppers really did have such an implausible question proposed to them on

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AT&T’s $50 iPhone 3GS Outselling Newer Android Phones

After almost two years on AT&T, the carrier recently dropped the iPhone 3GS’s price further from $200 to $100 to its current price of $50. Despite its age, the iPhone 4′s predecessor is still selling at a steady pace thanks to its new price. While buyers are not getting the

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iPhone Developers, Firemint (Flight Control, Real Racing 1 & 2) Acquire Infinite Interactive

This morning I received news via email that Firemint (Flight Control, Real Racing and Real Racing 2) have acquired Infinite Interactive. Both based in Australia, these teams have merged together into one in Firemint’s recently expanded offices. Founder of Infinite Dreams, Steve Fawkner will take on the product management role

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MLA Orders Developer To Remove Baseball Team Logos From iPhone App

The Major League Baseball association is pressing charges against a small developer for using MLB team logos in their app. The app is called Baseball (iTunes), and it offers thousands of team and player statistics, reaching back to 1888, all the way up to the current baseball season.

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