Apple Drops Refurbished iPad Price to $429

Getting closer. Clossserrrr.

Apple’s dropped the base-level price for a refurbished 16GB iPad from $449 down to $429. The refurbished 32GB version is down to $499, which is a full $100 lower than the price of a new one. The refurbished 64GB version is also $100 off—$599 instead of $699 for a new one.

These prices are for the …

God of War’s Kratos in PS3 Version of Upcoming “Mortal Kombat”

The angry Spartan hero of the Playstation’s action series will be facing off against the ninjas and mystical warriors in next year’s Mortal Kombat reboot. According to the latest issue of Official Playstation Magazine, Kratos will be exclusively playable in the Playstation 3 version of Mortal Kombat. David Jaffe–creator of the God of

Will We See the iPad 2 in April?

Rumor has it that Apple will launch a new iPad in April of next year, which happens to be roughly one year after the first one came out.

That a new iPad will eventually be available is inevitable, and the idea that it’d be available a year after the first one isn’t too far fetched given Apple’s tendency to cycle products annually, but …

Will Samsung Sell 330 Million Handsets in 2011?

A unnamed Samsung official said that they hope to move 330 million handsets next year, an 18 percent increase from 2010, according to Reuters. It’s a bold number to state, especially because Samsung only sold 195 million units by the end of the third quarter of 2010. They’re expected to close out the year with a solid 280 million, and …

Hackers Target MasterCard for Blocking WikiLeaks Payments

A group of hackers simply going by the name “Anonymous” is targeting companies that have blocked whistleblowing site WikiLeaks from using their services.

The latest target is MasterCard, whose site has currently been knocked offline thanks to a series of DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks against it. On a very …

PostPost: A Social Newspaper for Facebook Users

For Facebook users who don’t have time to delve into their Facebook newsfeed every day, PostPost is something you may want to give a test drive. A real-time “social newspaper,” PostPost is a web-based service created from what your friends post on Facebook, and only the latest in a series of social news aggregators. It’s kind of like

Google Exec Shows Off Next Generation Android Tablet

The prototype Android tablet made by Motorola that Google’s Andy Rubin showed off at All Things Digital’s mobile conference yesterday sure looks nice. It won’t be available until some time next year, but it runs Google’s tablet-specific operation system, Android 3.0—also known as “Honeycomb”—and sports a 3D graphics chip by …

App of the Week: Google Reader for Android

Gather ’round, kids. Gather ’round. I’ll tell you a story about the early days of the internet: pre-2006. Facebook was a relative unknown and Twitter was the sound a bird made right outside your open window while you tried to sleep off a long night of outdoor merriment on an Applebee’s patio.

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) was all …

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