The Beatles finally land in the iTunes store, a new app makes Google Voice easier to use, Intel wants to put health-monitoring chips in football helmets, Vizio releases two new 3D Blu-ray players, and Amazon wants to get promising writers' scripts produced.
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After a very long chase, and multiple false rumors, The Beatles are now available in the iTunes store. Are you as excited about this as Apple is?
Despite multiple apps trying to cover the Google Voice product, it's always been a little hard dialing out. A new app aims to change that.
Intel has a plan for putting health monitors in football players' helmets. Doctors would monitor them, and they could be pulled from play before getting injured too badly.
There are a lot of 3D televisions on the market, but not so many 3D Blu-ray players. Vizio has added to that narrow field with the release of the VBR333 and VBR334 players.
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