Monday, 20 February 2017
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Uber Flat Fee Packages: Rides as low as $2

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Uber has rolled out its Flat Fee Package pricing structure to a handful of major cities. In essence, you'll pay a $10 activation fee which allows you take up to 20 UberPool rides for as low as $1.99 each or 20 UberX rides for as low as $3.99 each over a 30-day period. (You can also pay a $20 activation fee for up to 40 rides over 30 days.) It's significantly less than standard Uber fares; in fact, it approaches the cost of public transportation in some cities. Trips are available in eligible zones only and airports are excluded. The cities and costs:

  • Boston: $1.99 UberPool, $4.99 UberX
  • Chicago: $2.49 UberPool, $4.49 UberX
  • Los Angeles: $1.99 UberPool, $3.99 UberX
  • Miami: $1.99 UberPool, $4.99 UberX
  • New York City (including all 5 boroughs): $2.99 UberPool, $5.99 UberX
  • San Diego: $2.99 UberPool, $4.99 UberX
  • San Francisco / Bay Area (from Napa to Silicon Valley): $2.49 UberPool, $4.99 UberX
  • Seattle: $2.49 UberPool, $4.49 UberX
  • Washington, D.C.: $2.49 UberPool, $4.49 UberX

The Full Nerd Episode 17: Ryzen price and performance leaks, GTX 1080 Ti vs. Radeon Vega

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In this week’s The Full Nerd, , , , and  talk about AMD and Nvidia’s dueling GDC events and—whether it means we’ll be seeing or not.
Also, with the for AMD’s long awaited Ryzen, the crew goes Full Nerd on the the latest Ryzen price and performance rumors, digging into what it means for gamers, enthusiasts, and cheapskates. Gordon also compares the latest alleged Ryzen benchmarks directly against Intel’s best chips.

RFJ to expand one-price selling

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RFJ Auto Partners will begin to expand its Hassle Free Buying strategy, a form of one-price selling, to all of its stores starting this year. It currently uses the model at its high-volume Dave Smith dealerships.

From: www.autonews.com

Old Navy Men's Plaid Flannel Shirt for $6 + free shipping

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Old Navy offers its Old Navy Men's Regular-Fit Plaid Flannel Pocket Shirt in Apricot (pictured), Robbie Red, or Navy Stripe for $9.99. Apply coupon code "HUGE" to drop the price to $6.49. Plus, coupon code "FREESHIP" bags free shipping. That's $11 under our mention from Black Friday week, $29 off list, and the lowest total price we've seen. It's available sizes XS to L, but not in all size/color combinations. Deal ends February 20.

Eric Gagne Has No Business Being Anywhere Near Dodgers Spring Training Camp

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Jim Rome was right along about "that piece of crap Eric Gagne," and the guy has no absolutely business being anywhere near Camelback Ranch.

From: www.forbes.com

8 Pairs of Michael Kors Men's Trunks for $20 + free s&h w/beauty item

Added: 20.02.2017 4:13 | 0 views | 0 comments

Macy's offers two Michael Kors Men's Trunks 4-Pack in Winter White (eight packs total) for $29.98. (Add two to your cart to see this price.) Apply coupon code "PRES25" to drop the price to $19.98. Pad your order with a beauty item (they start at $4) to receive free shipping; otherwise, shipping costs $10.95. (In-store pickup may also be available in select ZIP codes.) That's $70 off list and the lowest total price we could find. They're available in size XL only. Deal ends February 20.

Grades: Johnson extends season winning streak to 10 with win at Genesis Open

Added: 20.02.2017 3:53 | 0 views | 0 comments

Dustin Johnson has been cruising along for a decade on the PGA Tour

From: www.cbssports.com

'I survived Khmer Rouge torture prison'

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Chum Mey was one of the few people who left Cambodia's notorious Tuol Sleng torture prison alive.

From: www.bbc.co.uk

NBA All-Star Weekend 2017 Schedule: Date, time, events, TV channel, stream

Added: 20.02.2017 2:53 | 0 views | 0 comments

Here's a complete schedule of all the events for NBA All-Star Weekend

From: www.cbssports.com

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