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Tamatha Tovar bought her son a late Christmas present over the Easter weekend, a brand new PSP from Wal-Mart in Manatee County, Florida reports myfoxboston. When 6 year old Eliso turned on the PSP for...

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Wal-Mart Stores Incorporated has cancelled its online video download service, which accounted for about 40% of all DVD sales, less than a year after the site went live and is most likely related to Hewlett...

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Hey, two Wal-Mart stories in a row. No conspiracy here, I promise. Quote - Linux, the free operating system that's a perpetual underdog in the desktop market, is showing up in...

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Wal-Mart's Anniversary Sale in Canada is pricing the 80GB PlayStation 3 at $549.83 CAD, which is the approximately same price that the 60GB model currently carries. A quick survey of Wal-Mart stores in west Canada...

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Wal-Mart has announced plans to sell Dell Dimension desktops in its retails store beginning on June 10. The Dell Dimension Multimedia Desktop Computer will be available at all of Wal-Mart's 3,400 retail stores. A second,...

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Wal-Mart has announced what it called "a pilot" solar power project consisting of solar power arrays installed on 22 of its stores and warehouses in Hawaii and California that will generate up to 20 million...

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Wal-Mart has denied rumors of placing a substantial order with a Taiwan-based consumer electronics manufacturer, Fuh Yuan, and TDK in China to manufacture $250-299 HD DVD players. "The article... was full of inaccuracies and we...

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Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) and Novell Inc. (NOVL) announced Tuesday that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) have become their latest customer. Wal-Mart is expect to begin using Novell's SUSE Linux; Novell will provide support for the software....

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It's not the first time, nor the last, that people will find porn on (supposedly) new or recycled consumer electronics. This time it happened to a family in Southside Chicago who purchased Microsoft's Zune from...

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Wal-Mart Stores announced Tuesday that it will launch its own video downloads service this week beginning with an exclusive "Superman Returns" DVD bundle containing a video download option with purchase of the physical DVD. Wal-Mart...

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will start selling build-your-own-computer components in more than one-third of its U.S. discount stores this month as it looks for ways to tempt shoppers to buy more than just low-margin food. Wal-Mart...

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Wal-Mart has launched a pilot program using radio frequency identification technology, as it moves ahead with plans for all its top suppliers to be using the inventory-tracking tags by January, the retail giant said Friday....

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Singing at Wal-Mart

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer, said Tuesday it officially launched its online music store, which it began testing in December. The store, which allows customers to download a song from...

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc. launched a bare-bones Web site Thursday to test its new 88-cents-per-song online music service, hoping that its cheaper price will lure listeners from more expensive competitors. Other sites, such as Apple Computer...

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Java Goes to Wal-Mart

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Sun is challenging Microsoft on a new front: the consumer market. Believing its Java Desktop System is "a more effective home and retail solution," the company is negotiating with major retailers Wal-Mart and Office Depot...

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Wal-Mart plans to spend $3 billion over the next several years on a new inventory tracking technology that uses radio frequency signals to keep tabs on merchandise, sources familiar with the project said. The system...

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc. last week canceled a closely watched experiment using radio-frequency identification systems to track individual merchandise. But rather than signal waning enthusiasm for RFID, the decision shows how companies are focusing on the...

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The bar code-hacking Web site Re-Code.com shuts down, though not without firing some last-second salvos at evil chain store hegemonic domination. The art graduate students behind Re-Code.com said it was satire. Wal-Mart said...

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