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Amazon launches a free streaming music service for Prime members

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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 SwiftKey Android app is now free

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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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India will introduce $25 Firefox OS smartphones

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Two companies in India are planing to introduce unlocked smartphones as cheap as $25. These phones are going to run the Firefox OS. This is a browser-based operating system so it runs a version of Firefox that’s light enough to run on mobile phones hardware. It’s basically a stripped-down OS that doesn’t run native apps like the Android OS does, it ...

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Apple is preparing a smart home software platform

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According to a report, Apple is planing to make an entrance in the connected smart house area. The company plans to make a platform that would allow their iOS devices to control their smart home devices. For instance, using an iPhone to control the lights or the security system are only some of the thing you can do with a connected ...

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Trials Frontier now available for Android

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Trials Frontier debuted last month on iOS to great success, and it is now finally available for Android devices. The game, developed by the studio creating the main console-centric Trials series, RedLynx, can now be downloaded for free in Google Play Store and the Amazon App Store. As most mobile incarnations of console games, this too is a free-to-play game, based ...

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Kairos, the world’s first mechanical smartwatch is compatible to iOS, Android and WP 8.1

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The world’s first mechanical smart watch named Kairos became available for pre-order. The new device will be Android and iOS compatible and due to the incredible number of requests, Windows Phone 8.1 was also included among the compatible operating systems. A few days ago, the device was known to be compatible only with Android and iOS smartphones but seemingly, Kairo ...

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SingStar returns on PS4 and PS3

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Sony just confirmed that the SingStar series will return on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. The SingStar karaoke game craze debuted on PlayStation 2 and continued well into PlayStation 3’s lifecycle, only to be transformed into a free-to-play service in recent years. It seems that the PlayStation 4 installment in the series will return to the series’ roots of standalone ...

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Translator app Word Lens is now free

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If the price of Word Lens, the real time translating app, is what kept you away from it, you should be happy to hear that it is now completely free. Google has bought the company behind it, Quest Visual, and made both the app and the in-app language packs free for everyone. This means that you can now download Word Lens ...

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