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NEW YORK (TheStreet.com) - Planning a drive through New Zealand anytime soon? Well, get your iPhone (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. Report ready as TomTom's much-anticipated GPS application has appeared in Apple's New Zealand App Store. Though it's unclear if the release was a premature addition, expect to see the app in multiple countries in the very near future.

But if you're impatient like me, maybe

Microsoft's

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new baby, "Bing" is the route to go, which is reportedly giving

Google

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a run for their money. Fortunately for

Yahoo

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, it sounds like that recently inked partnership with

Microsoft was a good move .

At any rate, if you're driving somewhere this summer, don't forget your car insurance. It might be tough to remember now that

Geico

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and

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are among several companies that have officially pulled their

advertisements from the Glenn Beck show, after the host made some controversial comments about President Barack Obama. Other advertisers to nix their deals include

Wal-Mart

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,

Radioshack

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,

CVS

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,

Travelocity

and

Allergan

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, the maker of Restasis. Though it's a big hit to the show's morale,

Fox News

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has simply shifted ads to other shows, that is until the underground powers that be decide to form a mass boycott of O'Reilly and Hannity too.

So ok, you won't see

Best Buy

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promoting themselves on Beck's show anytime in the near future. But I'm sure the company will still remain a household name, especially when they knock the price down for

Sony's

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new slimmer

Playstation 3, whose new lower price apparently leaked early in a

Kmart.com

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ad.

All in all, it's great news for me because I'll finally be able to play this new copy of

"Madden 2010"

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I just scored! I guess the only disappointing thing is

Brett Favre , which

CBS

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station

WCCO-TV in Minneapolis reports now plays for The Vikings. I thought he retired, twice?

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