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  1. Shaw lowers the price of its Shaw Gateway Television system

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    Shaw Cable today reduced the price of its Gateway Television system. Released this past summer, the Shaw Gateway is a digital set top box which connects to the coaxial cable coming into the home and then acts as a server or central hub to one or more portals throughout the home. Effective...
  2. Mobilicity offers $25 wireless plan with unlimited text and data

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    Upstart wireless provider Mobilicity today launched the "Student Plan," a new wireless offer which gives consumers in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton and Calgary unlimited local calling, unlimited local text and picture messaging, unlimited data, and caller ID for $25 a month. Mobilicity...
  3. HP slashes price of Touchpad tablet again

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    After less than a month on Canadian retail shelves, HP has been forced to slash the price of its tablet computer for the second time. The HP TouchPad 16GB and 32GB Wi-Fi will now be available for $400 and $500 respectively, down from the originally announced $520 and $620. HP says the price...
  4. Nintendo dropping price of Wii to $150 on May 15th

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    Just more than a week after it said it would launch a new video game console in 2012, Nintendo announced today that effective May 15th, it was dropping the price of its Wii gaming system to $150 from $200. The price drop should help to boost Wii Sales which have slumped 20% in each of the past...
  5. Nintendo cutting price of DSi and DSi XL Systems

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    Nintendo announced today it is dropping the price of its Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL video game systems in the United States by $20. Starting September 12th, the Nintendo DSi system will sell in the U.S. for $149.99, down from $169.99. The Nintendo DSi XL system will be $169.99, down from...
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