Hottest Video Games deal for Black Friday 2013

We put together a list of the best deals on console and video games deal available during Black Friday 2013 USA, LLC

Wal-mart is leading the way this year with huge deals. They have a number of games on sale from 6pm – 7pm and there is Guarantee Card for these games. Meaning, if the games sell out during the first hour they will be ship it to your store before Christmas. Can’t beat that! Here are their top deals on video game


Call of Duty: Ghosts
Call of Duty: Ghosts for $39.96 ¬†(page 3, Walmart’s Black Friday Ad)
NBA 2K14
NBA 2K14 for $34 (Page 3, Walmart’s Black Friday Ad)

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Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V for $34 (page 3, Walmart’s Black Friday Ad)

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Batman: Arkham Origins
Batman: Arkham Origins for $33 (Page 3, Walmart’s Black Friday Ad)


Other video game sales include:
Assassin’s Creed Iv: Black Flag — $29.99 (Best Buy)
Battlefield 4 — 29.99 (GameStop)
BEYOND: Two Souls — $25 (Wal-mart)
Disney Infinity Starter pack — $37.49 (Toys ‘R Us)
FIFA Soccer 14 — $25 (Wal-mart)
The Last Of Us — $25 (Wal-mart)
Skylanders Giants (Starter Pack) — $37.00 (Wal-mart)

Console and Portable Deals

Microsoft - Xbox 360 250gb Holiday Bundle With Tomb Raider And Halo 4
$189.99 – Microsoft – Xbox 360 250gb Holiday Bundle With Tomb Raider And Halo 4 (At Best Buy)


  • Basic Xbox 360 4GB at Wal-mart for $99
    PS3 Slim 250GB Bundle — $199.99
    Comes with: The Last of Us and Batman Arkham Origins
    Where: Best Buy, Wal-mart, GameStop, and Toys R Us
  • Basic PS3 12GB at Wal-Mart for $149.99
  • Nintendo 3DS Bundle –$149.99
    Comes with: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon
    Where: Toy ‘R Us and Best Buy
  • Nintendo 2DS at Wal-Mart for $99
  • Wii U Deluxe Bundle — $319.97
    Comes with: Super Mario U, New Super Luigi U, Nintendo Land, and Mario or Luigi Wii Remote Plus
    Where: Best Buy

FREE Sneak Preview of the Ender’s Game Movie for IT Professionals!

IT Professional, this event is for you! That’s right this Pre-screening of Ender’s Game on November 1st is for IT Professionals ONLY. There is a limit of two passes per company and corporate email addresses are required for registration.

There will be screenings in Albany, Austin, Baton Rouge, Bellevue/Seattle, Bloomington, Boston, Calgary,Cincinnati, Denver, Hollywood FL, Milwaukee, New York City, Oakbrook, Oklahoma City, Overland Park, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Raleigh, Reston, Richardson, Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San

Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Tampa, Toronto, Tulsa, and Vancouver.

So if you are an IT Professional then click here to get you FREE Ender’s Game Screening

Thanks I Crave Freebies!

Still waiting for Google Chromecast to arrive?

Google speeds up Chromecast shipments, but inventory remains low

Google has reduced the time buyers have to wait to receive the $35 Chromecast TV device, saying it will ship orders in two weeks or less.

The Chromecast order page on Google’s Play Store states that units will ship by Sept. 3. Earlier, Google did not provide a specific date and said units would ship within three weeks from the order date, but a shortage led to cancelled orders and delayed shipments.

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MacBook Air for $799.99 at BestBuy

Today only, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the¬†Apple MacBook Air model MD223LL/A for $799.99 shipped¬†(plus sales tax where applicable). It’s new, not refurbished, and $200 less than what Apple charges. That kind of price break just doesn’t come around very often.

This is the 11.6-inch MacBook Air, stocked with a 1.7GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 64GB SSD, and all the other standard Air amenities. (Also available: the 13.3-inch Air for $999.99!)

Amazon Game Deals: Crazy Action Pack (PC) and 2K Shooter Pack (PC) for $9.99 each

For a limited time, Amazon has the Crazy Action Pack (PC) and 2K Shooter Pack (PC) for $9.99 each. The first bundle comes with Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition, Darkness II, and Duke Nukem Forever. The second includes BioShock, BioShock II, and Duke Nukem Forever. Also available: Max Payne 3 (PC) for $14.99.

No audio on HP dc7700 machine after Windows 7 Enterprise upgrade

I recently upgrade a HP dc700 to Windows 7 Enterprise and next thing I know there was no audio. The speaker icon will show a X and the tool tip said “No Audio Output Device”. I did all the typical stuff (download drivers from HP, manufacturer, run troubleshooter, etc) and still have no audio. If this is you, don’t be alarmed. There may still be one thing left to do. I resolved this issue by¬†accessing¬†the BIOS by¬†restating¬†the computer and pressing F10. Locate On Board Devices and Enable On Board Audio. Yes, it was that simple. Let me know if it works for you.

How to Restart Windows Remotely using Remote Desktop

There are situations when you need to restart a Windows machine¬†remotely¬†while logged in using Remote Desktop (Software installation, Spyware removal, etc.) The point is that the Restart/Shutdown¬†option is not available so here is the how to restart the machine. It’s actually simple…

To shut down a remote computer when you are using Remote Desktop, press CTRL+ALT+END, and then click Shutdown. Or, use the shutdown command at a command prompt. You will get a small window with a¬†drop-down¬† Here you can choose to Shutdown or Restart the machine. That’s it.

To shut down a remote computer when you are using Remote Desktop, press CTRL+ALT+END, and then click Shutdown.
To shut down a remote computer when you are using Remote Desktop, press CTRL+ALT+END, and then click Shutdown.

Get out and vote

voteCalvin Coolidge, Thirtieth President of the United Statessaid, ‚ÄúIf the people fail to vote, a government will be developed which is not their government‚Ķ The whole system of American Government rests on the¬†ballot box. Unless citizens perform their duties there, such a system of government is doomed to failure.‚ÄĚ

Of the 52 million voter-eligible Evangelical Christians in America, 10 million were not registered to vote for the 2006 Election, and over 20 million who were registered, did not vote. Quite simply, less than 40 percent of all eligible to vote Evangelical Christians in America… voted.

Millions of evangelical Christians, out of apathy, ignorance, or indifference, choose not to vote in election after election. Our absence from the voting booth has contributed greatly to the moral, spiritual, economic, and political disintegration of America.

Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th¬†President of theUnited Statessaid, ‚ÄúThe future of this republic is in the hands of the American voter.‚ÄĚ

Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd¬†President of theUnited Statessaid, ‚ÄúLet us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us.¬†The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not a President and senators and congressman and government officials, but the voters of this country.‚ÄĚ

Too often, Christians are being misled about participation of their churches in the elective process.¬†While pastors and church elders are prohibited from endorsing candidates or parties on behalf of their congregations because of the tax-exempt status of the church, the Internal Revenue Service has specifically stated that ‚Äúactivities intended to encourage people to participate in the election process, such as voter registration and get-out-the-vote drives, would not be prohibited political campaign activity if conducted in a nonpartisan manner.‚ÄĚ

“We Christians are commanded by Christ Himself to be ‚Äėsalt and light‚Äô to the culture in which we live, and Voting is an important aspect of that duty,” writes David Crowe, the Founder and President of Restore America.

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Obama and Romney election apps suck up personal data, research finds

Millions of US voters could be downloading smartphone apps created to promote the campaigns of President Obama and his Republican election rival Mitt Romney without noticing the intrusive permissions demanded by the software, GFI Software has reported.

Looking at the ‘Obama for America’ and ‘Mitt’s VP’ apps for Android and iOS, the company uncovered a surprising volume of information users will be giving up to the candidate’s campaign databases on themselves and even their friends and families.

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Nikon to extend telephoto lens range to 800mm

An early look at Nikon's forthcoming 800m f5.6 supertelephoto lens. It'll look even bigger once a lens hood is mounted. (Credit: Nikon)
An early look at Nikon’s forthcoming 800m f5.6 supertelephoto lens. It’ll look even bigger once a lens hood is mounted.
(Credit: Nikon)

Sometimes size matters, and bigger telephoto lenses make photos of distant animals possible. Nikon’s 800mm f5.6 lens will doubtless have a big price tag, too.

Nikon will add an 800mm f5.6 supertelephoto to its product line, closing a competitive gap with its longtime rival Canon.

Nikon didn’t announce when the lens will ship or how much it will cost, but you can bet it’ll be expensive. Canon’s Canon EF 800mm f/5.6 L IS USM costs more than $13,000.

But for some photographers, notably those who shoot wildlife and especially bird images, supertelephoto lenses are worth the price. And now that videographers are buying SLRs, some new purse strings may be loosening.

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