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Amazon.com launches new MYHABIT Shopping App

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(Best Syndication News) - Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) announced the availability of MYHABIT App for the Kindle Fire and Android mobile phones. MYHABIT is a shopping website that is operated by Amazon.com. What makes this free app worth having is for those that want to save when shopping for designer labels.

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.

Salesforce.com taps into Twitter Firehose

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(Best Syndication News) - Salesforce.com [NYSE: CRM] announced today that they have a strategic global alliance with Twitter. The alliance will allow Salesforce.com to tap into Twitter’s Firehose of public Tweets. The data will be used by Salesforce Radian6 customers to help analyze the over 400 million Tweets that are sent daily.

Salesforce.com said that they have been working with Twitter for the past three years. The Twitter Firehose will deliver the Tweets over to the Radian6 social intelligence application.

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.

No-Contract Mobile Broadband Service offered to Lenovo ThinkPad Owners

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(Best Syndication News) - Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) announced the availability of Lenovo Mobile Access service to provide Internet and corporate network connections wherever a person is. The company has embedded the service into certain ThinkPad notebook computers.

The service comes with no-contract requirements. The occasional user can buy a “Time Pass” that starts at $1.95 for 30 minutes of time, or $8.95 for a one-day pass. This is great for people who travel from time-to-time and want to remain connected while away from home or their business.

Longer duration plans offered are monthly plans that vary between 2 GB up to 6 GB of data transfer. There is also an automatic monthly renewal option for people that will be using it for a longer duration of time. This would more than likely appeal to business people because they may need the connectivity on a day-to-day business as they travel regularly.

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