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Vine Launches New Audio Editing, Music Discovery Features

Vine Launches New Audio Editing, Music Discovery Features

by Staff on Friday, August 28, 2015

It appears that Vine is strengthening its music related features by introducing new tools that would allow its users to incorporate music to their videos, as well as make it easier for them to discover music tracks on videos shared by other users.

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Is Cable TV Stopping You From Watching the Debates?

Is Cable TV Stopping You From Watching the Debates?

by Yael Kent on Friday, August 28, 2015

With the season for the presidential primary being upon us, many will be surprised to find that a large number of the debates won't be aired on broadcast networks. Out of the 15 expected seasonal debates, 10 will only be able to be viewed via cable television.

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Appears in: TV

New Survey Sheds Light On What Constitutes Modern Smartphone Etiquette

New Survey Sheds Light On What Constitutes Modern Smartphone Etiquette

by Staff on Thursday, August 27, 2015

Using your cell phone while walking along the sidewalk or while riding the train to work is generally considered acceptable, but what about inside the cinema while watching a movie, or while in church?

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Verizon Now Letting Customers From Other Networks Bring Their Own Handset

Verizon Now Letting Customers From Other Networks Bring Their Own Handset

by Staff on Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Verizon Wireless is introducing a new policy that should entice more customers from other rival wireless carriers to shift to Verizon by virtue of being allowed to bring their own handsets to the Big Red.

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TuneIn Premium: The New $8 A Month Subscription Service From TuneIn

TuneIn Premium: The New $8 A Month Subscription Service From TuneIn

by Staff on Tuesday, August 25, 2015

TuneIn, a radio service provider, has just launched a new subscription service called TuneIn Premium. Costing $7.99 a month, TuneIn Premium offers music lovers loads of new premium content, plus a nice zero advertising feature.

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Appears in: Mobile, Wireless

Here Comes The First Public Beta Of Microsoft’s Cortana For Android

Here Comes The First Public Beta Of Microsoft’s Cortana For Android

by Staff on Monday, August 24, 2015

Previously, Microsoft had previously only released a private beta (not counting a number of leaks) of its personal digital assistant, Cortana, for the Android mobile operating system. But that changes now as the company has decided to officially make available a beta version of Cortana for Android for the general public. 

 

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Samsung To iPhone Users: Try The New Galaxy Phablets For 30 Days

Samsung To iPhone Users: Try The New Galaxy Phablets For 30 Days

by Staff on Friday, August 21, 2015

If you can spare a dollar and is currently an owner of an iPhone device, Samsung has got a special offer for you.

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Google Introduces New Options For Watch Faces On Android Wear Devices

Google Introduces New Options For Watch Faces On Android Wear Devices

by Staff on Thursday, August 20, 2015

Google has always been particular about making information as easily accessible as possible for everybody, including those who own wearable devices that run on its Android Wear operating system.

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Appears in: android, Mobile

20 Travel Hacks That Will Save You Time and Money

20 Travel Hacks That Will Save You Time and Money

by Yael Kent on Thursday, August 20, 2015

Traveling can be expensive and exhausting, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some travel hacks that will save you time and money so you can focus on enjoying your vacation.

1. Divide cash. Keep some cash on your person, put some in your bag, and put some into your suitcase. If you lose a piece of luggage or get robbed, you will not lose all of your money.

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Project Ara Smartphones: Not Sturdy Enough Just Yet

Project Ara Smartphones: Not Sturdy Enough Just Yet

by Staff on Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Google’s Project Ara aims to develop modular smartphones that can be assembled by mobile users themselves, using different parts from different original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

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