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Apple Music’s Arrival Has Some iTunes Users Complaining

Apple Music’s Arrival Has Some iTunes Users Complaining

by Staff on Thursday, July 02, 2015

Apple Music is Apple’s newest shiny toy in the music department. As far as music streaming services go, the recently launched Apple Music certainly has plenty to offer, and even adds an online 24/7 radio station plus a social feature that allows users to connect with their favorite musical artists. 

 

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Appears in: Apple, Mobile, Wireless

How High Can Cable Bills Go?

How High Can Cable Bills Go?

by Yael Kent on Thursday, July 02, 2015

The cost of cable television is already high, and avid viewers are being warned that more price increases are on the way. Cable industry advocates are placing the blame squarely on local television stations.

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California’s Smartphone Kill Switch Law Takes Effect

California’s Smartphone Kill Switch Law Takes Effect

by Staff on Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Beginning July 1st of this year, California’s smartphone kill switch law is now officially in effect. This means that all smartphones sold within the Golden State must now come equipped with software that allows mobile users to lock a smartphone when it gets stolen or lost, rendering it essentially useless and more difficult to resell in the black market. 

 

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71 Percent Of Mobile Users Go To Sleep With Their Smartphones Next To Them

71 Percent Of Mobile Users Go To Sleep With Their Smartphones Next To Them

by Staff on Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Do you always find yourself sleeping with your smartphone in your hand or right next to you on the bed? Odds are, you are not alone.

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Facebook’s New Photo Uploader Has Text Overlay Capabilities And More

Facebook’s New Photo Uploader Has Text Overlay Capabilities And More

by Staff on Monday, June 29, 2015

A picture paints a thousand words, or so they say. But if you incorporate a carefully chosen text over the image, it just might become the next Internet meme to go viral. Or at least get about 40 likes from your friends when you post it on your Facebook timeline. 

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Appears in: Internet, Mobile, Wireless

Kindle Now Supports Messaging Apps, Web Book Previews

Kindle Now Supports Messaging Apps, Web Book Previews

by Staff on Friday, June 26, 2015

Here is some good news for owners of popular e-book reader Kindle. They now have a new way of socializing with fellow Kindle users and e-book enthusiasts.

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Appears in: Internet, kindle, Mobile, Wireless

Here Comes Jump On Demand: T-Mobile’s New Upgrade-3-Times-A-Year Program

Here Comes Jump On Demand: T-Mobile’s New Upgrade-3-Times-A-Year Program

by Staff on Thursday, June 25, 2015

T-Mobile just recently boosted its existing Jump! smartphone upgrade program by introducing a brand new version that lets customers upgrade to a new handset multiple times in a span of twelve months.

 

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Hulu and Showtime Offer New Streaming Bundle

Hulu and Showtime Offer New Streaming Bundle

by Yael Kent on Thursday, June 25, 2015

As the battle between cable television and cord cutters continues, Hulu and Showtime have teamed up to offer a new service. This streaming bundle offers the content from Hulu's entire library (including what used to be reserved for "Hulu Plus," a label that was dropped as part of the new service). It also offers all of the content from Showtime, offered in a commercial-free streaming format.

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Dropbox’s Registered Users Now At Over 400 Million

Dropbox’s Registered Users Now At Over 400 Million

by Staff on Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Dropbox just recently revealed that it has now gained over 400 million registered users. In May of last year, the company had announced that it had breached the 300 millionth mark. This time, it adds another milestone to its continuing growth.

 

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Google Adds Free Radio Component To Google Play Music

Google Adds Free Radio Component To Google Play Music

by Staff on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Google Play Music, the music streaming subscription service by Google that costs $10 a month, has not introduced any free element since it was launched, perhaps besides the usual free trials.

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