Google’s Santa Tracker Adds Holiday Light Pictures From Around The World

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In a new addition to Google’s Santa Tracker Village, viewers can select the option to view Christmas light displays from around the world. Just head over to this link and search away!

This new feature will accompany other fun activities in Santa’s Village, like being able to decorate your own ornaments, translate various Christmas phrases into different languages via Google Translate, and making festive e-cards.

Source: Google

AT&T unveils deals for Black Friday through Cyber Monday

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Business have been unveiling their holiday plans for weeks now. To dissipate an influx of consumers on individual days, deals are live for specified times or span across days. The latest to tell everyone what they have to offer is AT&T. The carrier will allow eligible purchases online and in retail stores.

Hit the break to see what’s going on at AT&T.

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SwiftKey Easter egg brings snowflakes to your device’s screen

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SwiftKey certainly likes their holiday Easter eggs (remember SwiftKey Tilt?) and Christmas is no exception. They’ve already released a Winter theme for the keyboard to get everyone in a festive mood, but apparently there’s a neat little Easter egg built into that update, too.

If you type “hohoho” anywhere with the keyboard, then long-press it in the word suggestion bar, snowflakes will begin falling across your screen. They’ll keep falling as long as the keyboard is up, so if you’re typing a very long text or email, this can give the experience a little more Christmas spirit. Cool little Easter egg, right?

Samsung releases new Galaxy Note 3 video, showcases holiday spirit

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Samsung just released a nice video called “Galaxy Note 3 – Holiday Reflections,” which surprisingly doesn’t call out competitors, tell jokes, showcase major features of the device, or any other conventional marketing tactics Samsung normally uses.

Instead, the video shows Galaxy Note 3’s in a “winter wonderland” of sorts, reflecting familiar holiday images on their screens. The video can also be watched in full HD 3D inside YouTube if you have any 3D devices.

Hit the break to check out the video in action.

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