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Is Microsoft getting ready to slaughter Apple and Google with a little help from Nokia? The bloodbath is coming if a report from BGR is true.

Lumina 900 is a high end phone from Nokia. The phone received glowing reviews at CES in Las Vegas.

The shocker is that AT&T (T) may price the phone at $99 with a two-year contract. The low price is a game changer. At present, comparable phones from Apple and Samsung are priced at $199 with a two year contract.

If AT&T lands this phone as an exclusive

I was treated to a nice sampling of House of Marley audio gear at a trade show recently, and came away impressed. HOM offers a wide selection of distinctly styled in-ear and full-size headphones, docks, and other gear, but when it came down to what I wanted to review I gravitated to the Stir It Up on-ear headphones ($200 with free shipping).

The Stir It Up won me over even before I heard it. Construction quality is a step up from the mostly plastic Bose Quiet Comfort, Monster Beats by Dre

Why Pay for Radio? By David DritsasThere's been a lot of talk about digital satellite radio. From gala events at trade shows to production studio openings to satellite-ready hardware introductions, Sirius Satellite Radio, XM Satellite Radio and their manufacturing partners are working hard to generate interest in the radio services that are poised to launch nationally this summer. The remaining challenge is in convincing the consumer that the programming is worth the price. "The dearth of consumer choice that's available on the conventional radio dial" is what Joe Capobianco, senior vice president of content for Sirius, said is the compelling reason for buying satellite

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