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06 Jul 2019

5 TV Shows We’re Excited About Coming to Comic Con

The Witcher Netflix is bringing The Witcher to Hall H on Friday July 19th from 2:15-3:00pm. The Witcher stars Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter. The Netflix show is based off the books of the same name by Andrzej Sapkowski. The Witcher is set to debut sometime

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18 Jan 2016

Dual Pixels Radio #10: Retailers Let Them Fight

Hello all. We’re back with another heavy-hitting podcast full of candy walls and retail fighting! We delve into games we’ve been playing, the pre-order battle between Amazon and Best Buy (sorry Gamestop), dabble in some NPD numbers and end it out with our main topic of ESports on ESPN! Duh-nuh-NUH

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23 Apr 2014

HBO Bringing Programming To Amazon Prime Instant Video

Last month, Amazon increased the price of a Prime Membership from $79 to $99 to very mixed reactions. The question always is, will this benefit me? Apparently, the answer is yes because Amazon and HBO have inked a deal to bring programming exclusively to the Amazon Prime service. The deal

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02 Apr 2014

Amazon Throwing Its Hat Into The Streaming Fray With Amazon Fire TV At $99

The often-rumored Android-based console Amazon was hinting at is seemingly coming by way of a set-top box. With a number of set-top boxes already saturating the market, Amazon is looking to top the market with its bevy of exclusive features and technically superior hardware. During today’s reveal of the Amazon

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11 Nov 2013

Amazon Now Shipping on Sunday

Amazon has made a recent deal with the U.S. Postal Service to bring you your packages on Sunday. For us gamer’s this means early launches to more game titles, especially Nintendo which loves releasing Software on Sundays. If you order on Friday you  can expect the package on Sunday with the

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31 Aug 2012

Amazon Spreads More Fire

Looks like Amazon wants everyone to have a Kindle Fire these days. According to a recent WSJ report ,  Amazon is planning to develop a Kindle Fire tablet with ad support,  just like the other Kindles this one is looking to cut cost even further.  Amazon has also added the

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