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Loaded: Google learns to Disco
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Loaded: Google learns to Disco

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Wal-Mart offers a $100 credit for your Nintendo DS if you go 3D, YouTube Create will help you with video editing, and Google launches a group-texting service called Disco.

IT'S MONDAY, MARCH 28th. I'M NATALI MORRIS, AND IT'S TIME TO GET LOADED. [*] WE HAVE A LOT OF GOOGLE NEWS TODAY. FIRST OFF, THE COMPANY LAUNCHED DISCO, A GROUP TEXTING SERVICE. YOU SIGN UP FOR THE SERVICE AT DISCO- DOT-COM AND YOU CAN CREATE AN ACCOUNT WITH YOUR MOBILE NUMBER. THEN YOU CREATE GROUPS THAT YOU COMMONLY TEXT TO. BE CAREFUL WHAT NOTIFIED OF THE MASS TEXTING GROUP YOU'VE PUT THEM IN. SO YOU'D WANT TO AVOID THINGS LIKE "THE DREADED IN-LAWS" OR WHATEVER. [*] YOUTUBE ADDED A NEW TOOL CALLED YOUTUBE CREATE. IT IS AN EDITING OTHER VIDEO COMPANIES INTO YOUR OWN VIDEOS. VIDEOS AVAILABLE TO YOU ARE FROM XTRANORMAL, STUPEFLIX, AND GO-ANIMATE. IT IS KIND OF FUN TO PLAY AROUND WITH MIXING ELEMENTS. YOU CAN FIND THIS AT YOUTUBE-DOT- COM-SLASH-CREATE. [*] GOOGLE IS LAUNCHING IN-APP PAYMENTS ON ANDROID DEVICES THIS WEEK. THROUGH YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT. GOOGLE IS ALSO REPORTED TO BE WORKING CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT. [*] INTEL MAY BE LOOKING INTO SMARTPHONES AGAIN. THIS HAS BEEN TALKED ABOUT FOR A LONG TIME BUT HAS NEVER COME TO FRUITION. INTEL HAS A MEMORABLE PHONES. OF COURSE INTEL HAS NOT SAID ANYTHING ABOUT ANOTHER STAB AT AN UPDATED MOBILE CHIP JUST YET. [*] IN A SORT OF DIGITAL LOCKER SERVICE. SOURCES FROM THE FILM AND MUSIC SERVICE THAT WOULD LET CUSTOMERS STORE ALL OF THEIR EXISTING FILM, MUSIC, AND BOOK COLECTIONS ON AMAZON'S OWN SERVERS, READY TO CALL UP AND USE AT YOUR DISCRESSION. AMAZON HAS NOT OBTAINED ALL OF THE LICENSES FOR THIS JUST YET. [*] NOW THAT THE NINTENDO 3DS IS OUT, YOU CAN TRADE IN A REGULAR OLD DS AT WAL-MART. IT IS NOT AN EVEN TRADE OF COURSE, YOU WILL GET A $100 CREDIT TOWARDS THE PURCHASE OF THE $250 3D DEVICE. TRADEINS MUST INCLUDE THE POWER CHORD. THIS OFFER IS GOOD UNTIL APRIL 30. [*] AND FINALLY, A NEW DEVICE LETS YOU LOOK AT YOUR BABY FROM INSIDE THE WOMB. IT IS CALLED PREVUE AND THE CONCEPT GADGET WON AN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES IN AUSTRALIA. IT FITS OVER THE PREGNANT MOMMY'S BELLY AND USES ULTRASOUND AND A STRETCHABLE ELECTRONIC TEXTILE LAYER THAT EXPANDS OVER THE BELLY. YOU JUST PUSH A WOMB WITH A VIEW. WHO KNOWS IF THIS WILL EVER HIT THE MARKET, OR IF IT SHOULD. BABY NEEDS A LITTLE PRIVACY AFTER ALL. [*] THAT IS YOUR NEWS FOR THE DAY. I'M NATALI MORRIS FOR CNET AND YOU'VE JUST BEEN LOADED.

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