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Ad-free Youtube videos coming through new subscription service

Google has confirmed what were only rumors until today: ad-free Youtube videos. Most of you, who don’t use AdBlock Plus or another ad blocking service, are familiar with the short video ads, the annotation ads and the generally annoying ads that appear at the beginning and during Youtube videos. Many people have rallied to ask for ad-free Youtube videos countless ...

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Doctor Google offers medical advice

Latest addition to Google Now offers medical advice. Google has added a new component to its greatly-expanding Knowledge Graph by providing to users health information in Google searches. Asking Google a medical question brings up specialized information, such as symptoms of an illness, it it’s contagious and what age range it affects. Prem Ramaswami, Product Manager at Google said, “That ...

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Google Wallet expanding with ChowNow partnership

Google Wallet has been relaunched in an attempt from the search engine giant to try and get back in the saddle, a saddle already crowded by Samsung Pay and Apple Pay. Google Wallet is Google’s own mobile payment system which functions in a different way than Apple Pay, rather more similarly to Samsung’s alternative. Today, it was announced through a ...

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Turkey blocks access to Youtube and Twitter

After a court decision on Monday, April 6 2015, Turkey has indefinitely blocked access to both Twitter and Youtube, two of the most popular social media and networking websites of the world. According to a report from Reuters, their sources have confirmed that complaints from individuals unknown have been made in the past and based on those, Turkey as a ...

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Underground Moon City is a definite possibility with lava tubes

Throughout history, there was always speculation and lore about the underground Moon City as being the home of aliens or humans that have migrated there before our times. Many historians, novelists, artists and entertainers talked and depicted the underground Moon City as something that is a definite possibility and even as a real thing. There are conspiracy theories out there ...

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Galaxy S6 Active confirmed through new Bluetooth SIG listing

The Galaxy S6 Active will be the next smartphone launch from Samsung and it will be the reinforced version of the main flagship, the Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S6 Active is now officially confirmed, thanks to a listing in the Bluetooth SIG database. Although the South Korean company hasn’t confirmed the existence of the ruggedized smartphone, we can go ahead ...

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OxygenOS download live complete with installation guide

OnePlus has announced that OxygenOS would be released to the OnePlus One OTA by the end of March, but no matter how we searched and looked, March ended without an OxygenOS download link. OnePlus came through and apologized for the delays, invoking that the new custom ROM from the Paranoid Android team members was delayed due to certification process taking ...

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Cell phone providers are overcharging customers

If you think your cell phone provider is overcharging you, you may actually be on to something. The cell phone industry calls it “bill shock”, that terrible feeling when you get, when you realize you owe several dollars, more than your usual monthly bill, when you go over you plans limits. Well since 2013 the wireless carriers have been sending ...

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