Stealthy Maxima still Nissan’s top offering

Nissan Maxima

I once thought Nissan should drop the Maxima. What’s the point? The Altima is nearly the same size, is cheaper and is nearly identical in look.

So I thought.

I changed my mind when I drove a Maxima recently. The Altima is a very good family sedan. The Maxima is a nearly great four door sports car.

Nissan still markets the Maxima as such. The 4DSC stickers are still on the rear windows, nearly hidden though. I guess to keep the car’s stealth demeanor.

Once you press the gas pedal the stealth attitude disappears. The Maxima snaps to life with brisk take off and just a hint of torque steer. The steering is light and precise and the chassis seems willing to take whatever you want to give.

Take it on the highway and the car is whisper quiet. It will eat up a great deal of pavement quickly. You can get to 60 mph in a scant 6.2 seconds, which will just about dust every entry level luxury sedan out there. Those 290 horses are ready to run. Find stretches of road which switch from straight to curvy and the Maxima will put a big grin on your face. Braking, steering, accelerating – the Maxima does all this adroitly while delivering 19 mpg in the city and 26 on the highway.

Not bad for something that passes itself off as a near luxury sedan. Heck, It would be easy to throw the Maxima into the Infiniti mix were it not for the delicious G37. It’s about the size of a Maxima but is built better, is driven by its rear wheels and has a longer warranty.

This may be the Maxima’s biggest problem – its identity. What is it, really? Should it be an Infiniti or should it stay Nissan’s top offering? It certainly seems it could handle both.

OK, back to reality. This is a Nissan, no question. Infiniti has what it needs. Nissan needs this comely sedan, if nothing else to remind us why so many people bought Nissans in the ‘80s and ‘90s. Maxima’s and Z cars gave the company its heritage as well as those fuel-frugal Sentras. The Maxima is fine where it is.

Spacious interior a plus for Maxima

It’s still a looker. The wide body and sculpted fenders make the car look fast. The interior is tasteful and offers luxury car touches. The top Maxima, the SV, starts at $34,450. There is a plethora of standard equipment, including the venerable 3.5-liter V6, but my test car was loaded to the gills with extra stuff. The Monitor package gives you a lovely 7-inch color touch screen with a backup camera and iPod connectivity. The Sports package adds the 19-inch smoke grey wheels, firmer suspension, rear bucket seats, driver’s side seat memory, heated leather steering wheel, paddle shifters and heated leather seats. The Sport Technology package adds voice activated navigation and XM radio with data services.

Throw all that into your calculator and you get an as-tested price of $40,055. You can get into many entry level cars from almost every big luxury name plate at that price. True, but that’s not stopping the Maxima from being worth this cash if that’s what you are looking for.

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The AllDayTech.com review: One week with the iPhone 5 and…..

Like many of you, I pre-ordered iPhone 5, actually two of them, the first day it was available. I’ve carried an iPhone since the iPhone 3G appeared and have had every subsequent model since then. This year, I reviewed and fell in love with the Samsung Galaxy SIII and very nearly left Apple for the larger nearly 5-inch phone.

But after watching the Apple keynote and getting a hold of an early version of the device, I decided to stay with the Cupertino, CA, company — and after a week with iPhone 5, I’m glad I hung around.

Listen, there wasn’t much I didn’t  like about the Samsung. It’s fast. It’s customizable. It’s a pretty phone and it does just about everything better than most any phone I’ve tested.

Two things concerned me, though.

The Samsung ecosystem just isn’t as good as Apple’s. Just isn’t. The Google Play store has apps you can’t always trust and apps that are not as good, in general, as the majority I find in the App Store from Apple. I like how Apple products seamlessly integrate with each other as well.

The second thing was the sheer size of the Samsung phone. End of the day, it’s got a gorgeous screen, but it’s just too big. I can reach all parts of the phone with one hand, but it’s just a very very big phone, especially when you make calls with it.

Samsung, which makes so many different sized phones, should try a 4.0 or 4.3 Galaxy S III version. But back to the topic:

What impressed me about the Apple keynote when iPhone 5 was announced was that Apple was making the screen longer, but not wider. The 3.5-inch model was getting too small. The heavily rumored 4-inch screen was needed.

I figured that would create more room for apps, typing and “viewability” and when I got the phone last Friday, Sept. 21, I was right. The new iPhone, impossibly thin and light (you really have to hold it to appreciate that fact) still was the same width. It was easy to hold in one hand. To me, that was a smart design move.

A new processor makes the phone noticeably faster than the iPhone 4S I was carrying, and I felt the rear-facing camera took better pictures than 4S it was replacing and the front facing camera, updated to HD, absolutely smoked the old one, which wasn’t good enough to take self portraits for Facebook, to be honest.

When I used the iPhone for first time, it looked extra long and weird, but the feeling quickly went away. New technology on the screen which essentially makes the screen thinner as well as stronger once again clearly establishes iPhone as having the best display. The colors are richer on iPhone 5 vs. the 4S and everything is still Retina display sharp. And now with the longer screen, you can watch videos and movies in true 16 x 9 resolution like on your HDTV. Other phones have offered these features in the past.

Other phones have also offered 4G LTE, which came to the iPad last spring and hits iPhone 5 now, but Apple has brought 4G LTE to the masses with the same type of battery life 3G users get. Some other companies have accomplished similar feats, but really didn’t do so until this year. Apple has said it didn’t want to make design compromises to accommodate 4G LTE prior to a time, like now, when it could bring it to market and keep its devices thin and light.

Mission accomplished.

I’ll leave the battery tests to others, but I could regularly start my day at 7 a.m. and watch videos, talk, send emails and text all day and have plenty of battery left when I put the phone down around midnight.

And the new iPhone feels like, well, an expensive watch, jewelry, something very expensive — and all of those at the same time.

There’s no cheap plasticky feel like with the Samsung. It’s doesn’t feel cheaply built like some other phones. No, the iPhone 5 feels and looks elegant, though, I fretted all week about carrying it without a case.

All the drop videos we’ve seen indicate the iPhone 5 screen and back are stronger than ever, but the phone still seems a little tender to us. It’s so light, so delicate looking and feeling that it feels as though it needs a case. Thankfully, on Thursday — on Day 6 — Otterbox sent in a few cases for review (more on those later)

A few things I noticed about iPhone 5:

— Wi-Fi reception is improved. The signal in the same spots in my house is stronger on the 5 than the 4S it replaced.

— I live in Charlotte, and the Maps app is money here. It shows streets as you approach and the Siri voice guides you easily around town. It called a few streets “Coll” for some reason, but everything was right. Of course, we know more than a few folks have issues with Maps lack of accuracy and Apple is working hard to address it.

Once completed, Maps should be a solid update. The 3D “flyover” feature is gorgeous to look at, but I’m not sure how useful it is. Could see a teacher plugging into a big screen to give a tour of a city she or he is talking about to the class.

— The new Lightning cable doesn’t work with older iPhones or older iPhone cables and is a bit of a nuisance. Apple should be selling converters and new cables for less than $20-$40, but the new cable is easier to use, more durable, and in time, we’ll forget about the hassle of conversion. Plus, it allows the new iPhone to be so thin and light, and the old cable was bulky and not very, well, cool. Lightning is.

— Phone reception is better and FaceTime calls over AT&T cellular, via 4G LTE and 3G, are solid. In fact, many of my contacts report I sound clearer now than before.

— The camera is improved, but not hugely so. The biggest change is you can take photos while shooting video (part of iOS6) and the iPhone 5 is incredible when shooting photos in low light. There’s no comparison between this and any other iPhone or Android phone in low light.

The new panorama feature works well and takes large and beautiful pictures with little effort. I had some file sizes over 30MB and the 4G LTE send them effortlessly.

— I created a few Passbook cards via the passsource.com website and they worked. I made a grocery store card and fitness club card.

This could be the killer feature for iOS 6 if company’s start supporting it. I hate carrying all those loyalty cards in the wallet or keychain.

This could also set the stage for Apple to add technology called NFC to allow iPhones to be used as virtual credit cards.

You’d swipe your phone over a scanner instead of your card in the future. Imaging kicking your wallet to the curb.

— Apple’s new EarPod earphones are a huge leap over the old Apple headphones. Bass response is so much better and the total sound is richer. I wouldn’t seek to buy after market “buds” to replace these. Better? They fall out of the ear much less often. If you run, though, you still may want to look elsewhere.

— Siri is also a little better, too, offering sports scores and stats and a super easy way to make dinner reservations. It’s also more responsive and less error prone.

All in all, Apple has seriously raised the smartphone bar with iPhone 5. There are other smartphones on the market that are certainly worthy contenders, and for some users superior. But for the vast majority of average every-day users, Apple has again produced the most compelling, easy-to-use smartphone in the world.pivothead купитьЕгерьочки pivotheadвиниловых проигрывателейработу найдумедсправки в москвеcar cover for zafiraкамера очки цена наhover омск

Apple CEO Tim Cook says Maps app will get better

It’s not often that Apple makes big mistakes, and it’s not often that Apple admits them and publicly encourages customers to use other alternatives, but Apple CEO Tim Cook writes an open letter to customers today doing both things.

Apple has come under major fire from bloggers and tech press and users after releasing its new iOS6 mobile operating system’s new maps application. The maps app has caused frustration with users getting lost or the app not having streets where they should be or directing people to destinations that don’t exist.

Apple is working on the app, which is awful good when it works, to improve it. Meanwhile, Cook urges users to use other apps in the meantime.

Here is the letter:

To our customers,At Apple, we strive to make world-class products that deliver the best experience possible to our customers. With the launch of our new Maps last week, we fell short on this commitment. We are extremely sorry for the frustration this has caused our customers and we are doing everything we can to make Maps better.We launched Maps initially with the first version of iOS. As time progressed, we wanted to provide our customers with even better Maps including features such as turn-by-turn directions, voice integration, Flyover and vector-based maps. In order to do this, we had to create a new version of Maps from the ground up.

There are already more than 100 million iOS devices using the new Apple Maps, with more and more joining us every day. In just over a week, iOS users with the new Maps have already searched for nearly half a billion locations. The more our customers use our Maps the better it will get and we greatly appreciate all of the feedback we have received from you.

While we’re improving Maps, you can try alternatives by downloading map apps from the App Storelike Bing, MapQuest and Waze, or use Google or Nokia maps by going to their websites and creating an icon on your home screen to their web app.

Everything we do at Apple is aimed at making our products the best in the world. We know that you expect that from us, and we will keep working non-stop until Maps lives up to the same incredibly high standard.

Tim Cook
Apple’s CEO

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iPhone 5, um, smashes Samsung Galaxy SIII in a Hong Kong Droptest

Well this didn’t take long.

We’re getting our first iPhone 5 drop test videos and, while we’d still recommend putting a case around the iPhone 5 — which does detract from the phone’s premium design — it is more durable than probably any iPhone we’ve seen.

The guys at Android Authority, admitting the iPhone is the “phone we love to hate,” did a drop test in Hong Kong with a new iPhone 5 that didn’t even have the software running against a Samsung Galaxy SIII.

They didn’t drop the Samsung Galaxy SIII as much as the iPhone 5 because it sustained major damage to the screen. The drops came from pocket height, ear height (which smashed the Sammy) and level-to-the-head height. iPhone 5 suffered screen to the framing, but nothing that made the phone unusable. The Samsung screen still worked despite major damage to the plastic housing.

A reader at an iPhone forum was able to scratch up a black one pretty seriously as a store with a pin. This was, of course, a store model. This only gives credence to our theory that you still want a case on your i5.

Here’s another drop test from iFixYouri

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iPhone 5 sales open to long lines, Maps controversy

Apple’s new smartphone, the highly anticipated iPhone 5, went on sale today and from all reports, the lines at Apple stores have been quite long. Some fans have camped out for more than a week.

Several hundred iFans lined up outside Apple’s New York store and were featured in national broadcasts during the morning news cycle. Apple employees were seen walking around the line answering questions, handing out coffee and water, as people waited to get inside the store to get the phone.

USA Today spoke to two such fans

David Lopez and his son, David, arrived at the Upper West Side store on Wednesday around 1:30pm. Their early arrival paid off: they held the first two places in line.

“I’m excited,” said the younger Lopez, who turns 18 Saturday. “I’m tired,” said his father, who had suggested they wait in line together and get the phone to mark his son’ birthday. They brought a cooler of food to sustain them during the wait. It included Doritos and Coke. The Lopezes, who live in Manhattan, also sustained themselves on burgers and fries from a local diner.

They’re part of the cultural phenomenon of shoppers shamelessly engulfed in a retail love fest and sweaty urban camping experiment — for the latest hot gizmo. The ritual gathering at Apple stores worldwide was once again swelling in numbers as fans queued up at stores in the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore for the Friday sale.

Hundreds of people lined up outside Apple’s Georgetown store in Washington, DC, many cradling coffee cups, quilts, and muffins.

Meanwhile the iPhone 5’s operating system, called iOS 6, is generating some news of its own. Amid a variety of improvements, including the ability to make a FaceTime call over a cellular network (instead of only from WiFi), Apple has introduced a new Maps application. Previously it had used one from Google. That old app was removed from Apple’s software, along with Google’s built-in YouTube app. Google has released a iPhone YouTube app that was better than the one it replaced. It’s free for download.

Google apparently is going to release a new Maps app for iPhone, but it’s not available yet.

Apple’s application has been widely panned because it often times is not polished and complete enough, perhaps leading to people being lost or being asked to take routes that are much longer than necessary.

For now, iPhone users can search the App Store for third party apps to help with mapping or go to http://maps.google.com in their iPhone mobile Safari browser and add it to home screen. That will grant you access to many of the old Google Map app’s features.

It’s understandable that a new Maps app would need time to get more user data to get completely polished, but it’s a little surprising that Apple was caught so unaware. In any event, the company issued a statement to AllThingsD and several bloggers have noted that the team that produced the app is under heavy pressure to come up with a quick update.

The statement:

“Customers around the world are upgrading to iOS 6 with over 200 new features including Apple Maps, our first map service,” said spokeswoman Trudy Miller. “We are excited to offer this service with innovative new features like Flyover, turn by turn navigation, and Siri integration. We launched this new map service knowing it is a major initiative and that we are just getting started with it. Maps is a cloud-based solution and the more people use it, the better it will get. We appreciate all of the customer feedback and are working hard to make the customer experience even better.”

 

 

 

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Sony releases new slimmer PlayStation 3 model

While we wait for PlayStation 4, which may show up by 2014, and while we really wait for Nintendo Wii U, which shows up Nov. 18, Sony has brought us a new PlayStation 3 model.

The new PS3 will come in a 250 gigabyte model and a 500 gig version. It’s also 20 percent smaller and 25 percent lighter than the current PS3.

The 250 gig version releases Sept. 25 for $270 as part of a limited edition bundle with UNCHARTED 3: Drake’s Deception and a voucher for more than $30 worth of bonus digital content for the critically acclaimed DUST 514

New PlayStation 3 Bundle

We are also excited to announce that the launch of this new PS3 model will include incredible additional value. The 250GB PS3 will be available on September 25th for $269.99 (MSRP) as part of a limited edition bundle featuring UNCHARTED 3: Drake’s Deception: Game of the Year Edition and a voucher for more than $30 worth of bonus digital content for the highly acclaimed digital title, DUST 514. This bundle offers more than $70 in total combined value.

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Apple releases iOS 6 mobile operating system, Maps app creates controversy

Apple has released its latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 6, today. It’s available for download.

Current users of Apple mobile devices can install it by connecting to a computer or by hitting settings on the user screen, the “general” and then “software update” when connected to WiFi.

The new iOS6 removes YouTube and Google’s Maps applications. You can download a new YouTube app from the App Store that is better than the one previously included. For now, Google has no Maps app for iOS 6 and early reviews of the Maps application for iPhone, the one created by Apple, haven’t been favorable.

Apple has partnered with Tom Tom for the app and some experts feel that was a mistake.

 Business Insider spoke with Waze CEO Noam Bardin about Apple’s mapping services (Waze is listed in the Apple Map’s app copyright notices).

“One of the things that happened between Google and Apple, I believe at least, is that the value Google was getting out of the relationship was disadvantaging Apple to the point of saying, ‘We’re going to make a huge bet’,” Bardin says. “Their bet is that they can, within two years, build a product that will compete with Google’s ten years of experience in both search and maps, and navigation, and all of these different things together.”

Maps are a core feature of many mobile apps, and the best way to integrate local ads is to display them on a map. According to Bardin, Apple hopes that its app can bring in more money than it did through its revenue share with Google.

And it may be that over time, as millions use the app and generate data for Apple, that Apple’s Maps app gets better. And Bardin tells Business Insider that Apple is heavily relying on Tom Tom and warns that the iPhone app, at least right now, could get you lost.

“Apple went out and partnered with the weakest player,” Bardin says. “They’re now coming out with the lowest, weakest data set and they’re competing against Google, which has the highest data set. What’s going to happen with the Apple maps, is that you’re literally not going to find things. When you do find them, they might be in the wrong place or position geographically. And if you do have it, the route to it may not be the optimal route.”

Flip side? Consider that Google’s Maps usage is going to drop significantly as people upgrade to iPhone 5 and the new iOS6 operating system.

Lumatic is a cool app that helps maps cities. Lumatic’s Scott Rafer blogs that Apple will be behind, but not for long:

What’s missing from this conversation is that map usage is critical….more than half of Google’s mobile map usage is going away in the next month or two….Usage makes maps better a lot faster than software does….Google’s maps are going to start degrading. Apple’s will get better. They’ll meet in the middle within 18 months.

Here are the complete notes from iOS6:

This update contains over 200 new features, including the following:
Maps
Apple designed vector based maps
Turn-by-turn navigation with spoken directions on iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (2nd and 3rd generation)
Real-time traffic information
Flyover for photo-realistic, interactive 3D views of major metro areas on iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad (3rd generation), and iPod touch (5th generation)
Local search results with Yelp photos, ratings, reviews, and available deals
Siri integration for requesting directions and finding places along a route
Siri improvements
Sports: scores, player stats, game schedules, team rosters, and league standings for baseball, basketball, football, soccer and hockey
Movies: trailers, showtimes, reviews and facts
Restaurants: reservations, reviews, photos and information
Send a Tweet
Post on Facebook
App launch
Eyes Free in supported automobiles
Local search available in Siri supported countries (availability may be limited during initial rollout)
Additional country and language support for Canada (English and Canadian French), China (Mandarin), Hong Kong (Cantonese), Italy (Italian), Korea (Korean), Mexico (Spanish), Spain (Spanish), Switzerland (Italian, French, German), Taiwan (Mandarin), US (Spanish)
Supported on iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad (3rd generation) and iPod touch (5th generation)
Facebook integration
Single sign-on from Settings
Post from Photos, Safari, Maps, App Store, iTunes, Game Center, Notification Center and Siri
Add location and choose audience for any post
View up-to-date Facebook profile photos and contact information in Contacts
View Facebook events and birthdays in Calendar
Like content and see your friends’ Likes in App Store and iTunes Store
Shared Photo Streams
Share selected photos with the people you choose
Friends can view shared photos in Photos app, iPhoto and Apple TV
Friends can like and make comments on individual photos
Passbook
One place for boarding passes, store cards, movie tickets and other passes
Barcode display for boarding flights, buying coffee, getting into movies and other actions
Passes displayed on Lock Screen based on time or location
Passes can be automatically updated
Supported on iPhone and iPod touch
FaceTime improvements
FaceTime over cellular support for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (3rd generation)
Receive FaceTime calls, sent to your iPhone number, on your iPad and iPod touch
Phone improvements
Do Not Disturb to suppress incoming calls and notifications
‘Reply with message’ option when declining a call
‘Remind me later’ option based on time or location when declining a call
Mail improvements
VIP mailbox to quickly access mail from important people
Flagged email mailbox
Insert photos and videos when composing email
Open password protected Office docs
Pull down to refresh mailboxes
Per account signatures
Safari improvements
iCloud tabs to see open pages on all your devices
Offline Reading List
Photo upload support
Full screen landscape view on iPhone and iPod touch
Smart app banners
JavaScript performance improvements
App Store and iTunes Store improvements
Updated store design
iTunes Preview history
Complete my season
Complete my album
Game Center improvements
Challenge friends to beat high scores and achievements
Post high-scores and achievements to Facebook and Twitter
Friend recommendations based on your Facebook friends
Accessibility improvements
Guided Access to limit device to one app or restrict touch input on certain areas of the screen
VoiceOver integration with Maps, AssistiveTouch and Zoom
Support for Made for iPhone Hearing Aids for iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S
Improved privacy controls for Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Photos and data shared over Bluetooth
Reminders can be reordered in the Reminders app
Custom vibrations for alerts on iPhone
Clock app for iPad
Clock alarm with song
Search all fields in Contacts
Automatic movie mode for improved video sound quality
Definitions of a selected word for Chinese, French, German and Spanish
New keyboard layouts for French, German, Turkish, Catalan, Arabic and Icelandic
Keyboard shortcuts shared across devices via iCloud
Bluetooth MAP support
Global network proxy for HTTP
Features for China
Baidu web search
Sina Weibo integration
Share videos to Tudou
Share videos to Youku
Improved text input for handwriting and Pinyin
Bug fixes

 

 

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T-Mobile to fight iPhone 5 with money on Zero Down Magenta Days

T-Mobile may not be getting the iPhone 5, but it’s running a promotion that it hopes to lure customers into its stores regardless.

For Sept. 21, the day Apple’s iPhone 5  hits stores, until Sept. 30, T-Mobile is sponsoring a deal its calling “Zero Down.”

What’s it mean? New and existing T-Mobile customers can purchase any device, including the hot new Samsung Galaxy S III, for what works out to be a zero down payment plus a monthly payment of $15-$20 on top of the cell phone contract.

So for the Galaxy SIII, for example, you pay $149.99 out of pocket at purchase, but you get a $150 mail-in rebate card. Then, each month, you pay $20 for the phone on top of a T-Mobile unlimited 4G talk and data plan. T-Mobile says the plan has no data caps, speed limits or overage fees.

T-Mobile is offering similar deals on BlackBerry Bold 9900 ($100 down/$20 monthly), Samsung Galaxy Note ($100 down/$20 monthly), HTC ONe S ($50 down/$20 per month) and the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G ($100 down/$15 per month).

Below is the news release:

T-Mobile Helps Customers Fall Into Savings

From Sept. 21–30, get any device, including the Samsung Galaxy S® III, for $0.00 down

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Sept. 18, 2012 — Prices are falling at T-Mobile® this September during the “Magenta Deal Days” Zero Down promotion, making staying in touch more affordable than ever. Starting Sept. 21, customers can purchase any device, including the Samsung Galaxy S® III, for $0.00 down payment on qualifying Unlimited ValueTM and Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plans after mail-in rebate card.

“Our customers continue to appreciate our ‘Magenta Deal Days’ offerings because they showcase our commitment to giving all our customers the best 4G experiences,” said Andrew Sherrard, senior vice president of marketing, T-Mobile USA. “With back to school in full swing, we’re glad to offer another great deal to keep families in touch.”

The Samsung Galaxy S III is one of T-Mobile’s fastest 4G (HSPA+ 42 technology) smartphones. With an intuitive design, the Galaxy S III enables customers to effortlessly share photos, videos and more to a compatible TV or other Galaxy S III devices. Featuring a beautiful 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED™ screen, the Galaxy S III packs a powerful entertainment experience, which allows customers to watch HD movies and TV shows, download apps, and securely browse the Web.
New customers will be eligible for this deal when they sign a two-year agreement on any qualifying Unlimited Value and Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan (Unlimited, 5GB or 10GB). Existing customers also can take advantage of this offer.1

Data-hungry smartphone customers can choose the ultimate worry-free experience with T-Mobile’s new Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan, featuring no data caps, no speed limits and no overages, as well as fast, dependable nationwide 4G coverage. For more details about T-Mobile’s Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan, visit http://www.T-Mobile.com/unlimited-data-plan.
The following is a sample of device pricing and EIP payments included in the “Magenta Deal Days” offer with a qualifying Unlimited Value plan:

The “Magenta Deal Days” promotion will be available at participating T-Mobile retail stores nationwide. For more information about T-Mobile’s “Magenta Deal Days” promotion and details about qualifying plans and services, visit http://bit.ly/NldCS8.

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Microsoft plans to have 30 new store locations by Christmas

Move over Apple store, Microsoft’s coming.

The Redmond, Calif, based company is planning to more than double the number of its U.S. retail stores in time of the holiday season.

Microsoft has plans to open 30 new locations, according to a report in PC Magazine.

Microsoft is anticipating heavy demand for its new Surface tablet as well a Windows phone and other new devices that will use Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system.

Currently, Microsoft has 23 U.S. retail stores, where customers can play new Xbox games, try out Windows phones and other Microsoft-based devices.

“The holiday stores continue to offer customers the opportunity to learn new technology skills and get the most out of their Microsoft-enabled devices,” Microsoft said in a statement.

According to PC Magazine, the new holiday store locatiosn include:

  • Aventura Mall – Aventura, Fla.
  • Beachwood Place – Beachwood, Ohio
  • Cherry Creek Shopping Center – Denver, Co.
  • Dadeland Mall  – Miami, Fla.
  • Eaton Centre – Toronto, Ontario
  • Fashion Mall at Keystone – Indianapolis, Ind.
  • Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas, Nev.
  • Glendale Galleria – Glendale, Calif.
  • Mall at Green Hills – Nashville, Tenn.
  • Mall in Columbia – Columbia, Md.
  • Metropolis at Metrotown – Burnaby, B.C.
  • Montgomery Mall – Bethesda, Md.
  • Natick Collection – Natick, Mass.
  • North Star Mall – San Antonio, Texas
  • Oakridge Centre – Vancouver, B.C.
  • Penn Square Mall – Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Perimeter Mall – Atlanta, Ga.
  • Roosevelt Field Mall – Garden, City, N.Y.
  • Ross Park Mall – Pittsburgh, Pa.
  • Saint Louis Galleria – St. Louis, Mo.
  • San Francisco Centre – San Francisco, Calif.
  • South Shore Plaza – Braintree, Mass.
  • Southpark Mall – Charlotte, N.C.
  • Stonebriar Centre Mall – Frisco, Texas
  • Streets at Southpoint – Durham, N.C.
  • Time Warner Center – The Shops at Columbus Circle – New York, N.Y.
  • Washington Square– Portland, Ore.
  • West Edmonton Mall – Edmonton, Alberta
  • Westfarms Mall – West Hartford, Conn.
  • Westfield Garden State Plaza – Paramus, N.J.
  • Woodland Hills Mall – Tulsa, Okla.
  • Woodlands Mall – Woodlands, Texas

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Twitter for iPad app is updated

Twitter has updated its iPad app today. The company says it’s “rebuilt the app from the ground up to make it fast, beautiful and easy to use.”

The new app loaded faster for us and made switching between your home feed, your mentions and searching easier. Those tabs sit on the left side of the screen, however you hold your iPad.

When you expand Tweets with photo or video links, the tweet launches in full screen with the photo or video displayed for easy viewing or playback. You can also see much more of the summaries of your timeline, giving you a better idea if the topic is something you want to open up in your “twitter browser” and explore further.

Here are the release notes from Twitter product manager Sung Hu Kim

Home

Tweets come alive in the new Twitter for iPad. Expand Tweets with a single touch to see beautiful photos, rich videos and web page summaries right in your timeline. Dive into the content with another tap to see the photo, play the video or read links from the web in fullscreen mode.

Connect

Keep conversations going by tracking your interactions with other people: See who has followed or mentioned you, retweeted or favorited your Tweets.

Discover

Tap into a stream of useful and entertaining information personalized for you. Read news stories that are popular within your network, see which Tweets and accounts are favorited and followed by the people you know, see what topics are trending, and find great new accounts to follow.

Me

Express yourself by adding a beautiful new header photo to your new profile. It appears consistently above your Tweets on iPad, mobile apps and twitter.com, and you can change it anytime. You can also remember the moments you’ve shared on Twitter by swiping through your photo stream on your profile or tapping photos to go fullscreen.

 

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