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ShoeDazzle is for anyone who would love to have their own personal shoe stylist.
Founded by pop princess Kim Kardashian, ShoeDazzle invites its potential members to fill out a fashion survey. This lets the stylists at ShoeDazzle get to know you. They'll pick five pairs and you can choose the ones you want. Your new kicks are then shipped free. You'll be choosing among several designers, including ShoeDazzle and ShoeDazzle by Michael Antonio. A monthly membership is $39.95. And if you want to skip a month, just let them know online and you won't be charged.
If you're looking to buy a new Android-based phone, Peter Ha at Techland.com created a great buyer's guide that covers every possible Android device you'll come across in your search, from HTC to Motorola (MOT).
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Finder Technologies has just what you need for those huge parking lots that make it all-too-easy to lose your car. Unlike your keyless remote, the Auto-Finder can locate your car up to a half mile away. The Auto-Finder starts at $79.95.
Research in Motion (RIMM) just confirmed its long-awaited BlackBerry OS 6.0 will be released this summer. Among its features are the WebKit browser which will work with a trackpad or touchscreen. And those with older versions will have the chance to upgrade to the new OS.
Thrift store chain Savers has created an online database to assist you in finding the nearest charity to donate your gently used goods. Each Savers store is affiliated with a local community outreach program, and its new "Nonprofit Locator Tool" will match you with local charities, outreach centers, and drop-off locations. Find yours at savers.com.
Hotels.com (EXPE) is offering some great deals for its "Cinco de Mayo" deal-of-the-week, with savings of up to 50%. With checkout code Cinco50, you'll get $50 off your next trip when you stay three nights. Hotels.com is offering discounts at hotels from Acapulco, Mexico to Kauai, Hawaii, listed alphabetically and according to price. Visit hotels.com for more.
Omni Hotels & Resorts is offering the members of its Select Guests program a "Buy One/Get the Second Night Free" deal in the next few weeks for summer weekend getaways. Members will be e-mailed at their profile address, and will receive a promo code for themselves and one to share. Visit omnihotels.com to join now.
Adobe Systems (ADBE) President and CEO Shantanu Narayen says Flash 10.1 will be available for certain devices by the second half of this year. Android, WebOS, and BlackBerry will have their own verisons of Flash 10.1. Narayen told Shibani Joshi of FOX Business that Flash fans can also expect Flash-enabled tablets later this year, too. Those will likely run on Adroid or Chrome OS. As for Flash 10.1 being available on Apple devices such as the iPad and the iPhone, Narayen says the dialogue is ongoing, but no decision has been made. OnSale readers can see the interview here.
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