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Apple selling unlocked iPhone 4s
It's Tuesday, June 14, 2011.
I'm Wilson Tand on CNET.com and it's time to get loaded.
If you've always in iPhone, but hated AT&T, Apple has finally started to sell the iPhone 4 unlocked.
The company's online store now list a 16 gigabyte and 32 gigabyte unlocked iPhone 4 for $649 and $749 respectively.
Apple says the unlocked iPhone 4
should work on any support with GSM network.
Anonymous is stepping on various groups that it disagrees with.
Over the weekend, they disabled a Spanish police website after a law enforcement agents arrested 3 anonymous members.
Now, the group plans to attack United States federal reserve after Fed chairman, Ben Bernanke, refused to resign.
The campaign is being dubbed as operation empire state rebellion and it's time to coincide with today's celebration of Flag Day in the US.
Hulu is stepping up efforts to bring original content to the stream video website.
The website has acquired the rights the rights of the British sci-fi series Misfits that show us a comedic take on humans with new superpowers and Hulu will debut their first 2 episodes on June 20th.
Ever wonder what city twitters the most.
Well give me wrong if you guess Silicon Valley or San Francisco.
Now, New York City twitters more per capita than any other city in the world.
In addition, residents of New State twit 20 more percent than the national average.
Amazon is shutting down it's affiliate program in Connecticut and Arkansas over the controversial issues of collecting state taxes.
The company announced the moved in a letter to affiliates in Friday.
Generally affiliates of Amazon to associates programs are websites and bloggers who are in cash by leaking to Amazon.
The online retail has been a major battle of cash drop states across the country over sales and taxes and Amazon has gone as far as closing shipment centers to start around the constitutional issues of having a physical presence of in the state.
Starting on Tuesday Wal-Mart customers will soon be able to buy budget cards for Voodo digital downloads.
Once buyers get home, they can plug in the scratch of code into any Voodo compatible streaming device, which includes the PS3, Mac, PC, mini TVs, Blu-ray players.
The budget cards are not rentals but purchases.
So, owners can stream their purchased movies for ever.
The first film to be offered is Battle Los Angeles for just 14.96.
AMD has list updates to its fusion chips that combine multiple CPU and GPU processors.
The new chips are called the A series and promise it performs close
to Intel's Sandy bridge processors.
Previously, Fusion C and E chips are mainly designed for low power Netbooks, but the new A-series is built for laptops and desktops.
AMD claims that graphics performance alone will be 30% faster than Sandy Bridge chips.
The fusion A series also has the ability to run in [unk] with AMD stand alone radio and graphics cards.
Those are your headlines for today.
I'm Wilson Tang for CNET.com, and you just been loaded.