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PreCentral: App Giveaway: Gas Buddy to go for TouchPad

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App Giveaway: Gas Buddy to go for TouchPad

In the olden days you could judge the economy on the price of a loaf of bread or a gallon of milk. Today it's the price of a gallon of gasoline. Thankfully, we have the internet, which makes navigating the confounding differences in cost between gas stations across town. In the United States, that's GasBuddy.com, which has official apps for iOS, Android, and BlackBerry - but if you happen to have a TouchPad you can grab the

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to get access to the latest local gas prices. A buck-forty-three too much for your penny-pinching ways? Act fast, because we have a whole bunch of copies to give away. It's for the United States only (sorry, that's all the Gas Buddy system supports), but there are plenty of copies to go around. Here it goes...

USA only:

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