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Google will update the streaming services every two weeks

YouTube Music is adopting a bi-weekly update schedule to release new features and functionality. Some of the first changes coming down the pipeline include SD card support, a way to select audio quality while streaming or downloading music, and an improved user interface. When Google released the new YouTube Music …

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This Daydream View deal from Verizon will save you a whopping $70

Let’s face it: the Daydream View headset is really a fancier version of the original Google Cardboard viewer. The only difference between the two is more comfortable materials and a cool little remote. Regardless, the Daydream View is a terrific way to get into virtual reality without breaking the bank. …

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Is wireless charging dead? Does it even matter?

Wireless charging has long promised a convenient alternative charging method for phones and tablets. For the past few years, various standard promoters have teamed up with automotive, furniture, and even coffee businesses to create a world where wireless power is always within reach. Wireless charging technology: what you need to know …

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 is somehow “budget-friendly” at nearly $400

Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 today. The press release touts the tablet as “budget-friendly” and “fit for the whole family” to use. But the tablet costs nearly $400, which is not-so-budget-friendly and is too expensive for small children to use. Samsung launched two tablets today. We already …

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Blockchain, Fintech, and AI Companies Join the Linux Foundation Open Source Initiative – Inside Bitcoins

This story was shared from this site Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating highly functional open source projects for the good of humanity, has announced on July 30, 2018, the successful addition of twenty-two organizations, including blockchain, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, to augment its open source software offering. A …

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