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Xbox One July update features revealed

The latest Xbox One update introduced some highly anticipated features such as external storage support, real names, and Games with Gold. With E3 2014 over, Microsoft has gone back to the drawing board and began working on the next system update. The company had a successful presentation at E3 during which they stated that the community is their main focus. ...

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Facebook implements new advertising options

Facebook is making a big change to their advertising system. They’re giving users more control over what ads are presented by the service and they’re also gonna harvest more user data to serve those ads. The service is going to allow users to say which ads they like and which ads they don’t. There’s basically going to be a little tab ...

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Amazon launches a free streaming music service for Prime members

Amazon has launched a streaming music service called Amazon Prime Music. The service offers access to more than a million songs and hundreds of playlists according to the company. This service is for Prime members only, but comes at no additional cost to them. This is something that’s being wrapped into the Prime service, not somethings that’s standalone. There is also no ...

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The Motorola Moto X gets a 64 GB version but at a hefty price

Undoubtedly, one of the flagship Android phones for Motorola on the market is still last year’s Motorola Moto X. There’s little question about the quality of the phone. Most critics praised it, and consumers picking it up were pleasantly surprised. This doesn’t mean that the Motorola Moto X is a flawless phone, far from it. The main concerns for those ...

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The SwiftKey Android app is now free

The Android app SwiftKey previously cost $3.99 to download but now it costs $0, which is obviously a big change in the business model. This is a very bold decision made by the company. $4 wasn’t all that cheap to begin with as far as Android apps go so to drop the price tag entirely is going to close an ...

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