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BlackBerry Will Pay iPhone Owners Up To $550 To Switch (AAPL, BBRY)

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How much are iPhone users worth to BlackBerry? Try $550 apiece.

If you’re willing to trade in your iPhone 6 o to a Passport on ShopBlackberry.com or Amazon, BlackBerry will give you up to $400 in trade-in value, plus an extra $150 “top up” for U.S. residents. Canadian residents get an extra $200 Canadian. The Phone has to be working, but otherwise it looks like the restrictions are pretty loose

Older iPhones are worth less on trade-in — the iPhone 4 is the least valuable at $90. But the top up applies regardless.

The deal kicks off December 1. Details are here. 

What do you say, iPhone owners? Is this enough to get you to switch?

 

SEE ALSO: Obama — ‘I Forgot My Blackberry’

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Rocksmith Winter 2014: Artist Series Lookbook Featuring OG Maco, Audio Push & More

New York City based streetwear brand Rocksmith presents its winter 2014 collection in a pictorial featuring OG Maco, Father, Mod Sun, BJ the Chicago Kid, Chynna, D.R.A.M. and Audio Push.

The series was shot around CMJ on location at Rocksmith’s NYC studios. The artists featured on the lookbook are repping 6 different U.S. cities and are featured in some of the brand’s key 4th quarter styles including the “New Money” neoprene set, mixed fleece/quilted nylon jogger set and extended flannel. Other styles include crewneck sweaters, graphic tees, sweatpants and snapbacks and accessories.

Part one of the holiday collection from Rocksmith is available now on www.rocksmithnyc.com, and make sure to look out for their second delivery set to drop very soon.

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Monty Python Song Named Top Funeral Choice

Monty Python’s “Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life,” the jaunty singalong that first appeared in the comedy troupe’s 1979 film The Life of Brian, has long been a staple at funerals for its optimistic tone, bubbly melody and lyrics about one’s own demise. But in a new survey of funeral directors, the track has become the most popular song to play at British funerals, according to the Telegraph.

The survey, based on more than 30,000 funerals, found the song beating out Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,” Robbie Williams’ “Angel” and Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” alongside more traditional hymns. 

“We wonder if it’s the people who were young in the swinging Sixties, who are now in their 70s and 80s, and if that’s informing this trend,” David Collingwood, operations director at the Co-operative Funeralcare, told the outlet. “Monty Python, for example, is of a certain age.”

While Collingwood said this represents a “generational shift in attitudes towards funerals,” there are still some songs that have been rejected by funeral homes as being inappropriate. Alongside songs by Eminem and Sex Pistols, some of the verboten tracks include Meat Loaf’s “Bat out of Hell,” Queen’s “Another One Bites the Dust” and Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s “Relax.”

“Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” functioned as a different final song in July, when the comedy troupe ended their run of reunion shows with the number. The comedians dressed in white suit jackets, with four of the members conducting the London audience with batons as the song’s writer, Eric Idle, played guitar.

Earlier this year, the group re-released the song during the World Cup as the “Unofficial England Football Anthem.”

Clyne leaves it late to rescue Southampton

Aston Villa's Austrian striker Andreas Weimann (R) challenges Southampton's English defender Nathaniel Clyne during their English Premier League football match in Birmingham on November 24, 2014

Birmingham (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Southampton defender Nathaniel Clyne capped a memorable fortnight with the late equaliser that rescued a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa on Monday.

Clyne won his first two England caps against Slovenia and Scotland during the recent international break and the right-back was the man of the moment for Southampton as well thanks to his crucial 81st minute strike at Villa Park.

Ronald Koeman’s second placed side looked set for only their third defeat in the Premier League this season after Gabriel Agbonlahor put struggling Villa ahead following a mistake by Saints goalkeeper Fraser Forster in the first half.

But Clyne’s third goal of the campaign ensured Southampton, the season’s surprise success story, survived to extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to six matches and move within six points of leaders Chelsea.

In contrast, lowly Villa are without a win in their last eight league games and Paul Lambert’s team are just two points above the relegation zone.

“I didn’t come for one point but we didn’t create as many chances as we should have and we missed some fitness and some quality,” Koeman said.

“The goal was a misunderstanding defensively but we are human so we can make those mistakes.

“Every game is a battle and tonight was difficult. We did not reach our level.”

The subdued atmosphere created by the lowest league crowd at Villa Park since 1999 suggested the home fans didn’t fancy their team’s chances and it was Southampton who almost seized the early lead with Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama sweeping over from the edge of the penalty area.

But Villa took the lead against the run of play in the 29th minute.

Ciaran Clark’s long clearance should have been dealt with easily but England international Forster needlessly rushed out of his goal and Agbonlahor surged ahead of Jose Fonte, beat him to the ball and fired into the empty net.

It was the first goal Southampton had conceded in seven and a half hours of game time, and the shock sparked them back into action.

Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan had to tip Sadio Mane’s curling effort around the post on 37 minutes.

Fonte then headed straight at Guzan as the visitors threatened an equaliser before the interval.

Southampton were almost 2-0 behind two minutes into the second half, though, when Ryan Bertrand hacked Charles N’Zogbia’s goalbound effort away.

Andreas Weimann wasted a golden chance to seal the points with 12 minutes left when he broke from Southampton’s corner.

The Villa forward found Agbonlahor and received the return pass in clear sight of goal, but could only blaze over from 12 yards.

And Villa paid the price when Saints levelled with nine minutes remaining.

Bertrand got the better of Weimann and his left-wing cross was met by Clyne’s cool finish.

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New Music: Kevin Gates “Perfect Imperfection”

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As he told us on his last single with August Alsina, Kevin Gates doesn’t get tired. And with Luca Brasi 2 less than a month away, the Baton Rouge rapper keeps the new music flowing with this blistering, cathartic solo cut called “Perfect Imperfection,” produced by Red on Da Track and Touchdown. Gates’ new project drops on December 15 with guest spots from Rich Homie Quan, K Camp, Rico Love and more.

Stream below…

Kevin Gates — Luca Brasi 2 (Tracklisting):

1. Luca Brasi Intro
2. I Don’t Get Tired (Feat. August Alsina)
3. John Gotti
4. Perfect Imperfection
5. Word Around Town (Feat. Rich Homie Quan)
6. Out The Mud
7. Thugged Out (Feat. Boobie Black)
8. Plug Daughter
9. Complaining (Feat. Rico Love)
10. Talk on Phones
11. Makin Love
12. Don’t Panic
13. Break Her Down (Feat. K Camp)
14. Pourin the Syrup
15. Sit Down
16. Lean on Me
17. Fast Forward
18. The Game

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Michael Uzowuru Featuring Vic Mensa And Donnie Trumpet “April 13th”

Vic Mensa experimental tendencies are still here as he takes a side step from house to indulge in something more serene. The XXL Freshman joined frequent collaborator Mihael Uzowuru and Donnie Trumpet for “April 13th” — a previously unreleased track. Spring is on its way, and Mensa and co. are feeling the bloom: “I woke up and the butterflies/ Cocoon-covered in cosmic darkness.” It’s not an indicator of where Mensa is at now, but it’s still a worthwhile listen.

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