Amazon takes on supermarkets with drive-through grocery pickup

Over the last couple of decades, Amazon has slowly conquered the online retail space. The Seattle-based e-commerce company has made it possible to purchase any thing from books to live ladybugs within seconds. But the site hasn't seen the same succes…

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Nintendo’s DSi Shop is somehow still open, but not for much longer

Nintendo's DSi portable console, the precursor to the 3DS, was released way back in early 2009. Amazingly enough, the DSi's online shop is still up and running, even though Nintendo stopped selling the console years ago. But those days are about to e…

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The Roadie 2 gives you no excuse for an out-of-tune guitar

I have what has been described as a “really crappy guitar.” It's not even mine. It belongs to my friend who, before handing it to me, said, “yeah, I let my kid hit this thing with stuff. Also, I've never changed the strings.” It seemed like the perfe…

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David Pogue's search for the world's best air-travel app

David Pogue's search for the world's best air-travel appThis month, Expedia (EXPE) killed off the world’s best app for air travelers: FlightTrack Pro, which it had bought in 2010. Its attractive, tidy screens show you far more detail than the airline generally provides—not just the departure and arrival times, but also the terminals, gates, flight maps, aircraft type, speed and altitude, weather radar, and so on. FlightTrack Pro, dead at ate 8.

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David Pogue's search for the world's best air-travel appThis month, Expedia (EXPE) killed off the world’s best app for air travelers: FlightTrack Pro, which it had bought in 2010. Its attractive, tidy screens show you far more detail than the airline generally provides—not just the departure and arrival times, but also the terminals, gates, flight maps, aircraft type, speed and altitude, weather radar, and so on. FlightTrack Pro, dead at ate 8.

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