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Apple: Apple launched a new low-end model of iMac priced at $1,099. However the specs had been slightly tuned down to a 1.4GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor (same speed as a MacBook Air laptop) and comes with 8GB of memory and a 500GB hard drive. Previously, it was $1,299 but it had a a 2.7GHz quad-core i5 processor.
eBay: eBay launched a new app named “eBay Valets”. You send in the stuff that you want to sell and eBay will have someone selling it for you. You get 70% of the sale price.
Fleksy: Fleksy is a new app that will allow Gear 2 users to reply to SMS messages directly on their watch. The video is pretty amazing, make me feel like Dick Track if I owned one.
Facebook: Slingshot is Facebook’s answer to Snapchat with a twist. The app lets you send photos and videos to contacts. The twist is the recipients can’t see what you sent until they send you something back.
You reach the end of Nightly. Cheers to an awesome Wednesday and two more days to Friday.
Nike: Finally, after two long year FuelBand app for Android has arrived. Note: It only works with the newer FuelBand SE and you need to be running Android 4.3 or above.
Mario: Someone found a new trick on Super Mario Bros to allow Mario to have unlimited lives and play forever.
Microsoft: Microsoft is paying bloggers to write good about Internet Explorer. The application link is here and the hashtag to use is “#IEbloggers”.
Yelp: Yelp has announced that its users can now message business owners directly with any questions or feedback they have. So now you can skip waiting on the phone and connect with the businesses straight.
YouTube: YouTube is set to launch a new subscription music service. The paid service will likely allow playback of videos without ads and allow for offline playback on mobile devices.
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