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Amazon and Ebay Offer Nintendo Wii Console Bundle Deal

Written on September 23, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Amazon and Ebay are battling for a greater Nintendo Wii Console Bundle deal. Which one would you take home?

Nintendo’s Wii console with the Mario Kart Wii Bundle has two different sales running on Ebay and Amazon. While Ebay offers the bundle on larger discount, Amazon’s deal comes with added perks. So no matter what sale you choose, there’s no looser in this battle.

The Wii Console Bundle comes with a Mario Kart Wii, a Nintendo Wii Wheel, Wii Remote Controller, Nunchuk controller, sensor bar, the Wii console and all of the required cable to get it running.

Meanwhile, Amazon is offering the Wii Console Bundle for $134.96 with a $20 Amazon credit. This offer could end any time, so if you’re in the market to purchase a Wii, better grab this deal. On the other hand, Ebay offers the console bundle for only $129.99 with free Economy Shipping.

Whichever deal your grab, no one’s a looser here by saving big!

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MacBook Pro with 3G Protoype, Appears on eBay

Written on August 15, 2011 by Adam Eve

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An alleged older MacBook Pro prototype with built-in 3G cellular data functionality made its appearance on eBay, indicating that the company looked into adding wireless data capabilities to its notebooks as early as 2007.

An alleged prototype of Apple MacBook Pro with built-in 3G cellular data functionality made its appearance on eBay. According to the auction, it is a one-of-a-kind pre-production prototype unit of the 2007 15-inch Santa Rosa MacBook Pro.

Its distinguishable features are the extendable cellular antenna at the top-right side of the display, and the SIM card slot beneath the memory cover. An evidence that the said notebook is an Apple prototype is its bright red circuit boards and the lack of EMC number. The laptop’s serial number is not available at the company’s online database either.

According to the seller, he was able to obtain the device through Craiglist. It was listed by a former Apple engineer who received the machine for “software development work.” The engineer was granted to keep the machine before he left, and told the seller that he was not able to use the cellular data functionality because it was not related to his work.

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PayPal UK’s Twitter Account — Hacked

Written on July 07, 2011 by Adam Eve

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In another high-profile Twitter attack, hackers hijacked PayPal UK's Twitter account and posted tweets critical of the online payment processing company.

Tweets posted on Tuesday criticized eBay’s subsidiary – PayPal – for its poor security, and provided links to an anti-PayPal website — PayPal Sucks. Based on IDG News, some of the tweets were claiming that PayPal freezes user accounts for no reason.

In relation to this, PayPal confirmed that its UK Twitter account was hacked. However, the account runs separate from the PayPal UK site, so no user data was affected. The hack attack on PayPal UK’s Twitter account comes in, just days after Fox News’ account was breached.

On the other hand, Twitter made no official response in relation to the recent attacks on two high-profile accounts. Still, pundits believe that these incidents could raise doubts on the security of the micro-blogging site as a means of communication.

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Nintendo DS with Gaming Legends’ Sigs Up at eBay for Japan Disaster Relief

Written on March 15, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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It's time to help save Japan with the power of a Nintendo DS, five of Nintendo's greatest people that the gaming industry has ever seen, and eBay.

Have you done your humanitarian duty to support the relief efforts for Japan’s quake and tsunami victims? Well this one’s willing to give a very rare collectible just for the cause. eBay username ‘meaganvanb’ has put up a red, original Nintendo DS bearing four of some of Nintendo’s most legendary names in gaming history for sale on the online-auction site. All proceeds will go to the Red Cross disaster relief effort in Japan, which we all know has been shattered by a massive earthquake and an unforgiving tsunami.

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Warning: Fake iPad 2 Roams on eBay

Written on March 03, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Just right after iPad 2 was announced, a lot of scammers and bogus merchandisers are making their way to eBay.

Just right after Steve Jobs made the iPad 2 announcement, sellers from eBay are now posting pre-order for the latest Apple tablet. However, potential buyers will have to wait until merchandisers purchase the device on March 11. They also need to get their wallets ready, because markups are getting hefty and prices are rising quickly.

Just a note of warning though, there are some site listings on eBay that says “Pre-sale Brand New Factory Sealed Apple iPad2″ which were probably fake according to some experts.

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Celebrity Auction’s Prize Involves 140-Characters

Written on September 23, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Click, bid and tweet. These are the things you need to do in order to help build an orphanage in Haiti.

The top bidder online charity running on eBay today is willing to shed $14,900 just to have a Twitter access to Zachary Levi, the lead actor in the TV series “Chuck.”

Once the bid is won, Mr. Levi must follow the winning bidder’s account on Twitter, retweet the winner’s messages and mention the winner’s name on every tweets he sends.

This charity auction was launched by an Atlanta church in hopes to raise money to build an orphanage in a town in Haiti. Currently, the auction has raised $215,000 in bids.

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Safari Gets Official Extensions Gallery

Written on July 30, 2010 by Adam Eve

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After Safari 5, came its 5.0.1 version. The latest version comes with an extension gallery that includes old third-parties plus new offerings like Twitter for Safari. The gallery includes extension from Twitter, MLB.com, Bing, eBay, Amazon and many more.

After Apple released the Safari 5 earlier this summer, one of its features is the ability to install third-party extensions. The company released today Safari 5.0.1 with an official extension gallery. The Safari Extension Gallery includes extensions built by Twitter, MLB.com, eBay, Bing, Amazon and more. Also available for one-click install are the best creations submitted by the developers over the last few weeks.

Just click on the “install now” button under the description if you want to install a new extension. The Official Safari Extensions Gallery can be accessed by clicking the Safari menu (or File, for Windows users), then selecting “Safari Extensions Gallery.”

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