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Third Times the Charge

InCase just released its Combo Charger for the iPod, iPhone & iPad (AAPL). 

That's right -- one charger for three devices, perfect for those who travel frequently or simply lack extra drawer space. The $40 Combo Charger comes in soft-touch black rubber, with a car charging bulb and a foldable electrical outlet plug on the side, plus one USB port. You can change the Combo Charger's settings to output three different levels of power - 0.5 Amps for your iPod, 1 Amp for your iPhone, and 2.1 Amps for your iPad. 

Get yours at goincase.com

Droid Rage

The new HTC Droid Incredible is due at Verizon Wireless (VZ) stores and online on April 29. 

The latest leaked information was accidentally posted on Verizon's Web site; it was removed several hours later. The phone is reported to have a 1GHz Qualcomm (QCOM) Snapdragon processor, plus 8GB of built-in internal storage. It's equipped with a 3.7-inch AMOLED display, and will run on Android 2.1. It also has an eight megapixel camera, going above and beyond the three megapixel camera on Apple's iPhone.

Meanwhile, AT&T (T) is reportedly adding another Google (GOOG) Android smartphone to its lineup: The Samsung Galaxy S, which will also run on Android 2.1. The phone will also have a five megapixel camera, A-GPS, USB 2.0, and a microSD card outlet which can handle up to 32GB cards. The exact release date has not been posted.

Bag Some Green

Earth Week begins April 18, and Target (TGT) stores are getting into the green spirit by giving away 1.5 million reusable bags. If you already have a reusable bag from Target, remember that you can get 5 cents off your total purchase with every bag you use. You can also return your plastic bags to Target, where every 5 bags gets you $1 towards a reusable bag. And if you have any old electronic items you don't use anymore, Target will accept those in exchange for a gift card. 

Visit target.com for more information. 

Banana Bargain

Banana Republic (GPS) is offering a 25%-off discount on all regular-priced merchandise now through April 18. Just enter the code TAXBREAK25 at checkout. Discount Web site SmartBargains is also having a 72-hour sale, ending April 17. 

Visit smartbargains.com for more information.


Apple's iPhone doubles as a wireless, touch-controlled video game controller with the help of the Joypad app. Run a free helper program via OS X, launch the Joypad app, and you're ready to play. The app will cost you $2.

For those of you who play games via your Motorola (MOT) Droid, you may want to try the Game Gripper. All you need to do is slide the Game Gripper over the Droid's keyboard, which pushes the D-pad to the left and adds 8 more buttons giving you more controls while playing games. The Game Gripper will cost you $14.99.

Fave Free Playlists

Mashable.com just released a list of its three favorite online free-music-playlist sites. Mashable's picks are Mixtape.me, 8Tracks, and Grooveshark.

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