Question by keisha89x: How do you send money overseas (as a gift, not to pay something)? Do you use Western Union, Remittance centre, Money Order, bring it with you there? Have you ever heard of Visa Money Transfer?
Answer by loanquestDon’t do it.
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Question by Jordan J: What are some birthday gift ideas for 14 year old boys? In April, I’m turning 14 and I’m writing down my birthday gift list and I can’t think of much stuff. I already got iPad 1 or 2, iPod Touch, and Kindle down so don’t say those. So if you could please give me some gift ideas I would be really grateful!! I also already have an Xbox 360 with Kinect.
Answer by nikPS Vita? PS3? Xbox 360? Depends on what you like to do . ahah
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If you’re still desperate to get that Facebook acquaintance something for their birthday or some kind of anniversary, the Social Network has instituted a new way to take your money give. You’ll be able to pick up gift credit for the likes of Jamba Juice, Olive Garden, Sephora and Target, plucking what you’d like from the gift cards and digital category, stating an amount and the lucky gift-getter. The friend will get a notification and a lovingly Facebook-branded card will be sent their residence. The card can then be used immediately, reused and even hold multiple balances for the differing providers — ideal for the times you need fragrances, electronics and … olives. Balances can be monitored direct from your Facebook page or app, even updating and sending notifications when credit is being used. Facebook says the cards will roll-out gradually across the US, though wasn’t specific on any launch regions. Expect to hear more in the next few days.
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Question by Ben: Best place to buy xbox kinect? Any bundles or free gift cards? I want to get kinect and I know it will not be cheaper than $ 150 but does any store offer a free gift card or game bundle? 10 points right away for best answer! Also what game should I buy with it: dance central or sonic free riders?
Answer by Blemon SurOh! I have one and i Bought them from Amazon. Great for some games in Xbox 360. We’ve been playing Xbox almost all day and they have fun using Kinect. They’re great!
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MOTOROLA XOOM MZ602 32GB, WI-FI + 4G VERIZON ONLY 10.1IN - BLACK 10.1" TABLET $227.95End Date: Saturday Jun-22-2013 15:03:57 PDTBuy It Now for only: $227.95Buy It Now | Add to watch list Motorola XOOM MZ601 32GB, Wi-Fi + 3G. 10.1in - Black $130.00 (1 Bid)End Date: Saturday May-25-2013 3:30:42 PDTBid now | Add to watch list Motorola XOOM MZ602 32GB, Wi-Fi + 4G (Verizon), 10.1in - Black $189.99End Date: Friday May-31-2013 0:13:57 PDTBuy It Now for only: $189.99Buy It Now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
My first encounter with Golla bags happened at the Mobile World Congress in 2012. Their vibrant display at the event was hard to ignore. Even now, it’s hard to ignore the breadth of designs and options they give you for protecting and toting your personal gear.
They sent over their Carter Large Pro Sling Camera Bag for review and I must say there is a lot to like about it.
- It’s solidly constructed. All the seams are tightly sewn and it appears that it would handle over-packing. Inside, it has three modular, velcro dividers that let you customize how you want to position your gear within.
- The polyvinyl exterior looks to be able to withstand the elements decently. I didn’t put it to the “DryCase” test or anything, but it looks like it would give you reasonable, temporary protection from water.
- The bag has good padding for protection. It feels “puffy” enough that you could drop it without inflicting too much damage to your camera.
- Let’s be honest, it looks pretty good. Vibrant blue. Large graphics. Stylish sling. I mean, there is the “man-purse” stigma to contend with, but if you are cool with “murses”, that won’t be a problem for you.
- It will hold a small tripod in the side exterior laces.
- Lastly, if you are a low maintenance traveler and leave the bulk of your camera gear behind, this little bag could double as an overnight bag instead of a camera bag only. It has a pocket to hold a tablet and a couple of zip pockets here and there. For a quick flight, it might do the trick.
There are a few negatives but very few.
- The biggest problem I have with the bag is that while it is big enough for a pro photographer to carry the necessary gear (and clearly that is the goal of the bag…I don’t want to distract from that), it’s not quite big enough to hold a laptop computer. As a traveling blogger, I need to have a laptop with me at all times which means I would need to carry two bags if I used this one for my camera. And this bag is a little too big to carry with another bag. So that is a bummer.
- Additionally, it is a tad bulky, meaning that it sticks out from your back a bit when you are wearing it. It’s not going to get caught in a revolving door or anything, but, it’s a tad fat. But most larger camera bags are like this though so, that’s a minor issue.
What I would like to see is a bag that holds the same volume of gear but is maybe a tad longer and dimensionally flatter (if possible). In this way it might be able to accommodate a small laptop as well and not stick out as far from your back. Maybe they already solved this conundrum with their Herman bag?
But as a camera/day pack, (when I don’t need a laptop with me), I would totally rock this bag. It is comfortable and offers good protection for your DSLR gear, and that’s what matters.
It looks like it will be retailing for $ 79.99 and will be available for purchase in the USA in about a month. Golla doesn’t currently sell bags at their own website, but initial online retailers will likely include ebags.com. In any event, Golla’s typical retailer list is here.
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As one of TechCrunch’s resident watch fans, I was intrigued by the Victorinox Dive Master 500, a fairly unique automatic watch that brings the best of the Swiss mechanical along with styling reminiscent of some of the better divers. The build is solid, the 43mm case is well-polished, and the face is very legible. Interestingly, I’d actually recommend this for a fairly adventurous lady who is looking for something a little more rugged – and handsome – than the traditional sport watch.Long Version Features:
- Automatic ETA 2892-A2 movement
- Rubber strap
- Comes in four colors
- Android 4.1
- 1200 x 720, 4.7-inch display
- MSRP: $ 1,250 (although I found it for $ 740 elsewhere)
- Product page
… A very cool, very solid automatic divers watch in the vein of a Tissot Seastar or Seiko Orange Monster. Although it’s a bit pricey, it looks great on the wrist of your best gal (or yourself, if you enjoy a smaller case) and is very well-made. Victorinox has long been famous for their knives and I’m pleased to note that this is one of the first watch models that really lives up to the Swiss Army name.Buy the Dive Master 500 for…
… a picky watch lover who may want something different. While similarly kitted watches can be found for considerably less, the $ 1,250 MSRP (and $ 750 street price) of this piece is right on par with others in its class. I wouldn’t normally recommend “Swiss Army” branded watches as I’ve seen too many clunkers in my day, but this is the first one I’m genuinely entranced by.Because…
… Watch lovers – mainly beginning collectors – will really like it. It’s got some pedigree, it’s got some charm, and it’s very well built. You could get an Orange Monster for much less, but if you’re going Swiss, try this.Related Posts:
Apple’s iPod touch is arguably among the last of a dying breed, being a standalone media player that isn’t also a phone. But just because you’re among a species on the verge of extinction doesn’t mean you can’t shine, and the 5th generation iPod touch brings a lot of goodness to the table for a connected mobile device that can’t call anyone.Long Version Features:
- Thin (~20 percent thinner than iPhone 5), weighs just 88 grams
- Crazy loop strap thing for wristband, or your cellphone charm, if that’s how you roll
- Much-improved camera
- 4-inch Retina display
- Available: Now (Ships in 1-3 business days)
- MSRP: Starts at $ 299
- Product page
… still easily the best media player out there, and now a much more capable mobile gaming device thanks to the introduction of the dual-core A5 chip that powers it. And with the new, super thin design, it’s actually the most portable iPod touch, despite the screen size increase.Buy the iPod touch for…
… kids, or anyone who wants a dedicated media and game player that’s more portable than the similarly priced iPad mini. Also good for users who are on Android or BlackBerry for their primary phone, but want to test the waters of Apple’s iOS ecosystem. Apple knows full well that the audience for dedicated media players is dwindling, but this iPod touch was tailor-made for the niche audiences to whom it still appeals.Because…
… the design is so impressive, I actually find myself wishing this was the latest iPhone from time to time. It isn’t without its drawbacks: the ultra-thin case meant Apple had to leave out the ambient light sensor that adjusts screen brightness automatically, which is a shame because Apple devices are among the few that get this feature right. But honestly, if you’re looking for a media player, and you also want a ton of great apps, there’s really no contest here.Related Posts:
Welcome to the Engadget holiday gift guide! Picking presents for friends and loved ones is never a simple task, and with thousands of options for each category, buying technology can be an especially frustrating experience. We’re here to help. Below you’ll find today’s bevy of curated picks, and you can head back to our hub to see the rest of the product guides as they’re added throughout the holiday season. And don’t forget to enter our giveaway — leave a comment for a chance to nab AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Express.
Smartphones and point-and-shoots do a fine job at snapping HD footage, so there’s really no need for a dedicated video shooter, right? Well, not quite. Despite the best efforts of manufacturers, our handsets and pocket cams most often can’t compete with the usability or stabilization features of a camcorder. There are three options to contemplate this holiday season: a tiny, versatile action cam, a consumer camcorder or a high-end professional model. We’ve rounded up our picks for each category, collected for your consideration just past the break.