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Sears, Kmart launch Alphaline Entertainment movie download service

Posted in movies by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

Sears and Kmart are launching Alphaline Entertainment, a new venture to sell downloadable movies online. It’s powered by Sonic’s RoxioNow backend just like Best Buy and Blockbuster, and the price is $3.99 rent / $19.99 new release.

There are plans to embed the service in a variety of connected Blu-ray players, mobile devices, TVs and more. So, would you use this service? Or are you happy with the one you are currently using?

Sears and Kmart to launch streaming video service this Christmas

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2010

Is it too early to talk Christmas? Not for Kmart and Sears. As physical media sales continue to drop, these two names are looking toward streaming content, with the Alphaline Entertainment service. Alphaline is powered Sonic’s RoxioNow and will be available on TVs and Blu-ray players manufactured by Sharp, LG, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, and RCA.

Setup of the device is included in the sale price, should you find your DIY skills lacking. The service will arrive this holiday season.

Motorola Droid for $149.99 at Sears

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2009

Motorola Droid for $149.99 at SearsThe Motorola Droid is one of the hottest phones we’ve seen in quite some time, so we aren’t surprised to see all kinds of deal-hunters scouring the Internet for better pricing on the phone. Who wants to go through the hassle of waiting for a mail-in rebate anyway?

Well, the deals are out there. Sears is offering the phone for $149.99 off the shelf. It will come bundled with the 2-year Verizon contract, of course. You may not typically think of Sears when buying a phone, but at this price you may want to get over there.

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Craftsman CompuCarve will carve anything

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2008

Craftsman CompuCarve
Hey oldtimer. Whittling is now officially dead. The Craftman CompuCarve brings it into the 21st century, so put away that pocket knife and clean up your mess. This is a fully automatic carving machine, capable of carving most soft materials like woods and plastics. It’s all done with assorted carving bits, which are easy to change with QuickRout technology.

It also has a pretty cool memory card system so you can load your designs. So you won’t need to consult the old garage computer first. Just design a 3-dimensional project, load it onto the memory card and insert it into the machine. It walks you through the rest. It’s a bit pricey, but if you do this sort of work regularly I imagine it’s well worth it at $1,800.