Sprint Cuts iPhone 4S Price Another $100

We mentioned earlier this week that Sprint had cut the price of the iPhone 4S by $50 and waved the activation fee for new contracts. If getting iPhone 4S with 16 GB of storage for $149.99 wasn’t enough to get you to dig for your wallet, this new deal may be. Sprint is offering the 16 GB iPhone 4S at a much more significant discount.

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Spotify Radio for Desktop gets Ranking Feature

If you’re a fan of streaming music from the Internet to your computer at home or in the office, Spotify has added a new feature to its desktop application you might enjoy. Spotify now allows users to store the songs they like by giving them a thumbs up saving, it to a “Liked from Radio” playlist. This feature was previously not available on the desktop app.

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Video of Police Raid on Kim Dotcom Mansion Hits the Web

I’m certainly not the sort of guy that thinks piracy is a good thing. I happen to believe that ultimately piracy costs us all more money when we buy legitimate software, movies, and music. However, I believe that the tactics many companies take against people and businesses when it comes to piracy are often not justified.

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Roximity App Launches for iOS Devices

Ford has announced a new application that supports the iPhone and will be coming for other platforms later called Roximity. The new app is designed specifically to work with Ford’s Sync AppLink. When the app is installed on your smartphone, drivers then connect the smartphone to the car using the onboard USB plug.

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Samsung Smart TV Owners Finally Get Verizon FiOS App

Samsung and Verizon wireless have announced that the FiOS TV application for Samsung’s line of 2012 smart TVs is finally available. The application was announced as being under development back in January. Using the app on a compatible Samsung smart TV or Blu-ray player, subscribers to Verizon FiOS TV service need no additional set-top box.

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Flow Makes Some High-End Wired Headphones Wireless

If you happen to own a set of the high-quality Beats Solo, Beats Studio, or Bose Quiet Comfort headphones and think they’re perfect other than the wire, you are in luck. A product is up on Kickstarter called Flow that will turn any of those headphones wireless. I can’t see why this accessory wouldn’t work with any headphones that have a removable cable using a standard 3.5 mm plug on one of the ear cups.

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Redbox and Sony renew rental agreement

I’ve never been a huge fan of Sony or its products. On the technology front, I think Sony hardware is typically overpriced compared to similar offerings from other manufacturers. Sony is a massive company and it has its fingers in things other than technology products and hardware, including movies.

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Pandora Outs July Statistics

Pandora has offered up some interesting statistics for the month of July 2012 for its audience of listeners. The company is talking about how many hours users listened to its service during the month and how much of an increase the service racked up compared to previous months and previous years. The number of listener hours for Pandora is impressive.

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AOC e2752Vh 27-inch Computer Display Now Shipping

AOC has announced that it is now shipping its 27-inch high-definition LED monitor for PC gaming and home theater. The monitor is called the e2752vh and has a 27-inch display with a pair integrated 2.5 W speakers for sound. The display promises a two millisecond response time for smooth and clear gaming action.

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