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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Online holiday shopping up 15% from last year
Consumer online holiday spending via desktops is up 15% from last year to $42.5 billion, per comScore. Mobile shopping represented 43% of all traffic last week, with smartphone shopping rising 107% year-over-year. More -- MediaPost Communications/Search Marketing Daily

Microsoft Skype Translator Preview: The real-world test
Four months after its surprise unveiling last June at the Code Conference in southern,Microsoft's Skype Translator Preview is available to download and ready to perform real-time, conversational translations of Spanish and English. And it works. More -- Lance Ulanoff, Mashable

22 Top Tech Toys for Kids
Every year, children are thrown into a frenzy over the latest toys and games, and the rest of us are thrown into a frenzy about what to get. After all, how would you know if that toy robot is a better buy for your youngster than that motorized go-kart? The choices are endless, the decisions daunting. Read on and add the perfect tech toy to your gift this holiday season. The buying, wrapping, and gifting, however, is up to you. More -- Laarni Almendrala Ragaza, PCMag.com

HMMM... "Men are from earth. Women are from earth. Deal with it."

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

DISH first major US pay-TV provider to integrate Netflix
This week DISH became the first major pay-TV provider in the U.S. to integrate the Netflix app into its set-top box. Available on DISH's second-generation Hopper, the app gives customers the ability to instantly stream Netflix movies and TV shows, including "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black," from the same platform used to access their linear television channels. The Netflix app will rollout to DISH customers throughout the day. More -- Dish.com

Can Blackberry Catch A Break?
BlackBerry just announced the Classic, a phone that looks warped into 2014 via 2009. While by all rights it appears to be solid QWERTY solution in a non-QWERTY world, it's hilarious that the company announced their latest and greatest on the eve of what could be the opening of the Cuban embargo and, more important, massive upheaval in one of Blackberry's major markets, Russia and Central Europe. More -- Techcrunch

Apple's iOS tops Android for mobile Web traffic
Android beats iOS for application-based Internet traffic in North America, but iOS accounts for a majority of Web-based mobile traffic, according to a report by Chitika Insights. Apple's Web-surfing dominance may be attributed to the likelihood that "Apple users, in aggregate, are simply more likely to use their browser throughout the course of a given day," the report says. More -- Marketing Land

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Double amputee controls bionic arms with his mind
Prosthetic technology has made huge leaps in recent years, but the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory is pushing it into Six Million Dollar Man territory. Scientists recently equipped double amputee Les Baugh with a pair of Modular Prosthetics Limbs (MPL) More -- Mashable

2014: The year Microsoft lost my loyalty
I am not a Microsoft hater. In fact, I have often written about why I prefer (or, I guess, preferred) using Windows for most things. But as I wrote my DIY-IT project recap over the weekend, I realized just how far from the Microsoft mothership I had drifted in 2014. More -- ZDnet

Intel to power new Lenovo smartphone
Intel has secured a deal with China's Lenovo Group to supply both its 64-bit Atom processor and an LTE-Advanced cellular modem chip in at least one upcoming midrange handset. A separate report suggests that Intel will power two phones, one headed for China and the other for emerging markets. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)/Digits blog

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Tech Tip of The Week

Last minute gifts right from home ...
Do you still have someone on your list who needs a gift? Well don’t worry because you still have time to head online and get something great! If that special person likes flowers, places like From You Flowers and Teleflora offer great same day delivery services and last minute tips from Beneva can help. You can send a gift of iTunes, Microsoft, Starbucks and even more gift cards via email right away! Order a magazine subscription to be delivered to the recipient of your choice. You can email a subscription to Netflix for unlimited movies. And If books are more their taste, Barnes and Noble offers email gift cards as well. If you want to head out, you can find a perfect personal gift for someone with the cool items from Things Remembered  and go pick it up at the store the same day. You can also personalize a special gift like a photobook, calendars and more from places like Walgreens and Walmart that can also be picked up that day. Making gifts is a fun thing to do and sites including Better Homes and Gardens, Messy Nessy Chic and Woo Home have some great ideas. Many more items can be found for great last minute gifts online and we hope you find everything thing you’re looking for. While you are online don’t forget to check in with us “Into Tomorrow" for the latest in cool new consumer tech.

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