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Rumors fly about Wal-Mart soon selling the iPhone, Twitter ditches instant-message support, the government wants to watch "World of Warcraft" behavior, and the second-generation Prada phone gets a price to match its fabulousness.
Wal-Mart may not be selling iPhones for $99 (as rumored), but AT&T is. The catch? They're refurbs.
The price for Toshiba's HD-A2 HD DVD player has dipped below $200 at Amazon.com, Circuit City, and Wal-Mart Stores. Is that the magic price point?
This isn't some refurbished no-brand drive that requires a $20 mail-in rebate. Rather, it's a new PNY drive, and that's your out-the-door price (not including tax).
New e-readers highlight a big week for product announcements, while hackers claim to steal Apple IDs. Also: iPhone 5 next week?
Earth2Orbit will sell you the right to have your small satellite stow away on an Indian launch vehicle.
Readers offered some cogent arguments for and against the Xoom tablet. Google and Motorola face an array of obstacles in cracking the tablet market, as readers astutely point out.
Kenley is our guest host for the today, and she helps us run down a list of stories including The Beatles coming to iTunes, buying the original Apple-1, Black Friday deals, and how to refund the purchase of Apple apps!
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