- Learn about Google's new service called Helpouts, which uses Hangouts video chats to connect to people with expertize in different subjects. - Get the latest on BlackBerry's struggles, as the company fails to find a buyer to go private and appoints a new CEO. Perhaps there's still hope in the new BlackBerry Z30 smartphone, hitting Verizon later this month. - Watch Netflix go after Oscar glory by picking up a documentary called "The Square," while Amazon plays catchup and launches its first TV series next week.
- Expect the Moto G to be a cheaper version of the Moto X when its unveiled Nov, 13, - Find the Galaxy Note 3 in pink on Nov, 11 in the US, It's for sale on Newegg, but it's not clear if any US carriers will sell the extra-large pink phone, - Hope that no parent confuses the Wii Mini with the Wii U this holiday, as Nintendo will sell a lighter, redesigned model of the original Wii in the US for $99, iTunes (HD) | iTunes (SD) | iTunes (HQ), RSS (HD) | RSS (SD) | RSS (HQ), A new video chat service from Google will provide a marketplace for advice, Motorola teases a Moto G smartphone, and Nintendo brings the Wii Mini to otterbox statement series iphone xs max case - storm grey / clear the US for the holidays..
AT&T said it saw strong demand for AT&T Next, its monthly installment plan in which customers can walk out of the store without putting any money down. (Customers are required to sign up for a data plan.). The company said another driver was AT&T Mobile Share, its family data plan that allows customers to add a tablet for $10 a month. The tablet would draw from a shared bucket of data. Updated at 3 pm PT: to include the comparison of launch times between this year and 2012. The carrier also says there was strong demand for its AT&T Next monthly installment plan.
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