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8:35 AM - Thursday, November 27, 2014
10 hour ago - IntoMobile / Dusan Belic
The other day, a friend asked me how to free-up memory on his (now old) iPhone 5. I thought holding down the Home button will do the work, but no – Apple has its own way of doing things. So I had to search the Internet to find the solution. And . . .
11/25/2014 - The Next Web / Ben Woods
Google’s ever-expanding roster of Chromecast-enabled apps gained seven new additions today, including Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and TuneIn Radio. The remaining four apps – Sesame Street Go, EPIX, YuppTV and Encore – will also work with Google . . .
11/25/2014 - The Next Web / Mic Wright
Last week, we heard that the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs movie had been dropped by Sony but could be picked up by Universal. And lo, it’s come to pass. A studio spokesperson has confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the deal is done. Dann . . .
11/25/2014 - TechCrunch / Ryan Lawler
 With the launch of Driver Destination, Lyft will for the first time give its drivers some freedom in being able to accept rides based on where a particular passenger is going. It also could open up its service to a more casual group of drivers . . .
24 hour ago - VentureBeat / Emil Protalinski
Last night, Amazon slashed the price of its Fire phone by $250. That means you can now get the unlocked phone (compatible with GSM networks), without a contract, for just $199. But you shouldn’t. The Fire phone’s price was not the reason the de . . .
11 hour ago - ModMyi
As mentioned and promised earlier this month, Dropbox recently activated a new iOS app feature, allowing users to open and edit Microsoft Office documents through their respective apps - all with automatic syncing and saving as well. Altho . . .
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11/26/2014 - Mashable / Chelsea Stark
Sony will be forced to offer partial refunds to customers who purchased the PlayStation Vita in the first half of 2012, after the Federal Trade Commission ruled its advertising practices at the handheld's launch were deceptive. Early Vita ads . . .
17 hour ago - Engadget / Jon Fingas
It's not enough to simply strap an action camera on your helmet these days; now that you can mount a camera on a drone or get one built-in, aerial sports footage is the way to go. And GoPro knows it, apparently. The Wall Street Journal hears th . . .
21 hour ago - WSJ.com
Andrus Ansip, the new European commissioner in charge of the digital market, indicated he backed net neutrality, the day before the bloc’s telecoms ministers discuss dropping the definition of the concept from new legislation.
11/26/2014 - TechCrunch / Frederic Lardinois
 Last week we learned that Mozilla had made a pact with Yahoo to switch Firefox’s default search engine to a yet-to-be launched new version of Yahoo’s Bing-powered search experience. At that time, we already noted how easy it is to switch betwe . . .
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22 hour ago - Mashable / Rex Santus
News broke last week that Yahoo would replace Google as the default search engine on Firefox browsers. Now another — more powerful — company might also be ditching Google. Apple's contract with Google is almost up, and in 2015 the Cupertino te . . .
11/25/2014 - bgr.com / Tero Kuittinen
Apple’s market capitalization hit $700 billion during Tuesday morning’s trading session, which is a lot of moolah. It’s more than the value of the entire Russian stock market combined. It’s more than the annual gross domestic product of Sweden, . . .
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11/24/2014 - GigaOM / Kif Leswing
On Monday, T-Mobile added several new music apps to its list of Music Freedom services, including Google Play Music and SoundCloud. The program allows users to stream music from various services…
11/21/2014 - TechCrunch / Ingrid Lunden
 Amazon has been gaining ground on Netflix as the most popular video streaming service in the U.S., and now it is planning something that could see it overtake its rival. According to a report in the New York Post, the e-commerce giant is prepa . . .
11/21/2014 - Engadget / Sean Buckley
The Federal Communications Commission might seem slow, even resistant to calls for Net Neutrality, but FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says the organizations slow reaction is very deliberate. "The big dogs are going to sue regardless of what comes ou . . .
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