eXceem - I Got My Free Item
These are the latest posts on the eXceem 'I Got My Free Item' brag thread.
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eXceem - I Got My Free Item!
Got your free item? Tell us all here.
• £85 and a Nespresso Machine
Thanks FJ. Got the money in my account, and the nespresso machine is hopefully en route to my sister's house. :mrgreen:
• I received my first gift from Xpango
Arrived yesterday in my house, a Kinect sensor for Xbox 360.Image: https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/q79/s720x720/541832_1450212711872900_1383885730_n.jpg
• First prize from Xpango
Here it is, my Nexus 7 tablet with 32 GB received from Xpango! I made a video... ;) Nexus 7 for free from Xpango - YouTube (http://youtu.be/eBFyZXrCk6I) eBFyZXrCk6I It has English legends
• iPad Air 32gb from Xpango
Image: http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc57/waynehayes_2007/e15f8ddb-a0ca-42f1-b89f-2f0fb097dee9_zpsf9fe9790.jpg My first post in quite some time. I've been slowly but surely building up my points on Xpango, and decided to upgrade my iPad 3 to an iPad Air. Many thanks Xpango!!
• Free Call of Duty Ghosts
Received free Call of duty ghosts for PS3 from select freebiejeebies! Anyone playing on PS3 add me Psn ID: euphoricape
Apple - Hot News
Here is the latest news about the MacBook Air, direct from Apple:
Apple Hot News
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• The Hour of Code is here.
As a part of Computer Science Education Week (December 9-15), code.org is organizing a worldwide campaign to get 10 million students of all ages to participate in the Hour of Code. It?s a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anyone can learn the basics of programming. ?The ability to code and understand the power of computing is crucial to success in today?s hyper-connected world,? says former Vice President Al Gore. Apple Retail Stores will also host one-hour workshops for children and teens throughout the United States on Dec. 11. Find a store and sign up today.
• Apple Unveils iBeacon to Assist Shoppers
Apple has rolled out iBeacon technology at its 254 Apple Stores in the U.S., enabling shoppers to receive iPhone notifications about products and services via the Apple Store app. As the Associated Press reports, iBeacon transmitters use Bluetooth wireless technology to sense a shopper?s exact location inside an Apple Store and send messages based on the aisle or product a user is near. For example, customers walking by an iPhone table could receive messages offering to help them check their upgrade availability or see if they can get money for trading in an old phone. iBeacon technology is moving into other venues as well. The AP reports that Major League Baseball plans to use it next year to offer features like coupons and videos based on a user?s location in a ballpark.
• iPad Helps Racers Gear Up for the Win
Mark Post, the owner of Riviera Racing, uses iPad to get up to speed for thousand-mile off-road endurance races such as the Baja 1000. Preparation is complicated, and logistics can be daunting. During the race, the MotionX GPS HD app on iPad keeps the team?s support crew coordinated without the need for paper maps, charts, and checklists. An endurance race is a huge team effort, Post says. ?There?s no chance to get the race right again. There?s no hitting replay. That?s why using iPad for our prerace logistics is critical.?
• TV Broadcaster Speeds Up Telenovela Production With Final Cut Pro X
Azteca ? one of Mexico?s leading broadcasters ? produces some of that country?s most popular soap operas, known as telenovelas. To help satisfy growing worldwide demand, Azteca recently rolled out a fast-paced, all-digital video workflow based on Apple?s Final Cut Pro X. Because of the large number of shows produced, editors ingest huge amounts of footage and must make fast turnarounds ? and Final Cut Pro X makes the workflow quicker and more efficient. Encouraged by the rollout, Azteca is looking to take Final Cut Pro X beyond telenovela production and into other divisions. ?We?re a really big corporation,? says Azteca?s Rubén Centineo. ?So we?re looking to establish an all-digital workflow that other groups can use as well. And the products that Apple is offering today are the products we need to get there.?
• iPad Assisting Speedskater Bridie Farrell in Comeback Bid
After an almost decade-long absence, world-class speedskater Bridie Farrell is preparing for a comeback, and iPad is helping her in a big way. Farrell?s coaches are using iPad and the Dartfish Express app for in-depth video analysis of her performance. They evaluate her form, aerodynamics, and body language, and provide frame-by-frame feedback. iPad also simplifies the video recording process. ?We?d have to lug around a laptop and camcorders, and so many wires and connections,? says trainer Robyn Mason. ?With iPad, you don?t need to worry about any of that. It?s so much easier, so much more accessible.?