Verizon Wireless to offer New Share Everything Plans

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(Best Syndication News) - Verizon Wireless announced that they would be offering Share Everything Plans for up to 10 wireless devices. The mobile devices include basic mobile phones, smartphones, tablets, and more. The new service plans will become available on June 28, 2012.

The Share Everything Plans will offer customers unlimited voice minutes, unlimited text, video and picture messaging, and a lump sum of data transfer allowance for up to 10 wireless devices that are able to use Verizon Wireless. Mobile Hotspot service is also available at no extra expense for all devices that are part of the Share Everything Plan.

Both new customers and existing customers will be able to move to the Share Everything Plans. The 1GB data allowance plan starts at $50.

Amazon supports Apple iPhone and iPod Touch with their Cloud Player

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(Best Syndication News) - The Amazon Cloud Player app is now available for Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. The new Amazon Cloud Player allows music to be either streamed or downloaded to the supported players. The cloud idea is to store the music in one location online so that a person can access it whether they are on a computer or a phone.

Samsung Cloud Gaming Service demonstrated at E3

(Best Syndication News) - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd announced a new cloud video game service that will work on their 2012 Smart TV sets and their 2012 LED 7000 TV sets. Samsung has partnered with Gaikai, a cloud-based video game provider, to offer Samsung TV owners another venue of entertainment. The new service will be offered in the US and is called “Samsung Cloud Gaming.”

Samsung will offer AAA video games and family-friendly ones too. Samsung said that the quality is the same as state-of-the-art game consoles. The service works in such a way that the consumer does not have to download any video games. They decide which video game to play and within a minute, they are playing it.

Nintendo Wii U GamePad Sneak Peak at E3

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(Best Syndication News) - Nintendo will be demonstrating features of their Nintendo Wii U GamePad at the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) that is going on this week in Los Angeles. On Tuesday, the company will reveal even more about the Nintendo Wii U and how it works. On Sunday, Nintendo Global President Satoru Iwata, gave a presentation of the features of the Wii U and how it can connect users in the same room and across the world. Social networking is one of the big features of this electronic device.

Microsoft unveils the “Nike+ Kinect Training” Workout Program for the Xbox360

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(Best Syndication News) - Microsoft Corp. and NIKE Inc. unveiled the “Nike+ Kinect Training” home fitness program that will only be available on the Xbox 360 using the hands free Kinect controller. The announcement was made today at the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3), which is going on in Los Angeles this week.

The home fitness-training program is able to track a person’s movement and the program will analyze how the body moves and look for areas that could be improved upon. The fitness program is tailored to each person to improve strength and athleticism.

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