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BlackBerry wants you to advertise on its behalf in exchange for the weekly chance to win… wait for it… BlackBerry-branded gear like a bag, mugs, a hat, and more. Okay, and also a monthly drawing for a BlackBerry smartphone. The program, called BlackBerry Smartphone Fan League, has you connect your social media platforms in order to promote BlackBerry and earn points. The more points, the more entries. To win a BlackBerry hat. Or cup. Yay.
To get your first 100 points, you have to connect either your Twitter or Facebook account. Then, the Fan League (run by a company called Social Toaster) prompts you to connect even more accounts you can use to shill for BlackBerry, from Instagram to Pinterest to YouTube. Once you’ve decided where…
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Movie and TV streaming app Vudu has become a popular option on Android in recent years. Its last big update added a nifty service that allows you to digitize your old discs for a small fee, and adding parental controls was another important recent improvement. The latest update, to version 188.8.131.52141, adds more useful features that you might expect from a streaming app of its kind.
Most useful of the new additions is probably the watch list that will help you track your progress through certain series and jump back in more easily.
Latest Vudu update adds multiple features, including a watch list, swag shop, and video zooming was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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Rockstar's new update for Grand Theft Auto Online is (mostly) all about Independence Day, a holiday Americans will be celebrating through the weekend and, some, until Tuesday. The goods, which are now live, include an adversary mode dubbed "Dawn Raid…
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During my four days at the Aspen Ideas Festival, I smiled during a panel only once. This happened when, before the speakers even began, I overheard a woman in a white shirt say to her friend, “I keep attending all these panels on ‘the turning point in medicine,’ but I don’t think I’ve seen the turning point yet.”
The festival, which I attended on scholarship, promises “deep and inquisitive” intellectual discussion. What I got were vague buzzwords, branded gifts, and a fine assortment of interesting snacks.
Before I got to experience ideas, I received a sturdy canvas swag bag. I am now the proud owner of a water bottle from the America’s Pharmaceutical Companies, an umbrella from Mount Sinai that is the same quality as the $ 5 umbrellas…
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