Galaxy Note 3, Discount Microsoft Credit, Doctor Who [Deals]

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If you're in the market for a really big phone, or a phone with a stylus, then today is your lucky day. Amazon has the Verizon Galaxy Note 3 for a cool $170 on contract. If you're not sure if this rather large handset is for you, then check out this handy Gizmodo Review. [Amazon]

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Doctor Who Limited Edition Complete New Series on Blu-ray | $300


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Edit: Obviously you heard it enough already, so let's make this comment something more useful (for myself):

Does anyone know of a way to use a Gamecube Wavebird controller on the PC? I'd appreciate any hands-on experiences with specific recommendations.

Most of the adapters I've seen seem to be only for wired controllers. I find the Wavebird to be the most comfortable (especially for my kids) to use.