Amazon Prime Music Arrives to Take on Spotify

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Amazon has launched its own music streaming service that looks to take on the likes of Spotify, Rdio and even the new Beats Music, which is now owned by Apple. Amazon Prime Music is baked right into the company’s Prime memberships, so if you already have a membership to Amazon Prime, you get access to […]

How to Watch the World Cup Live Stream & 2014 Schedule

Here's how to watch the World Cup live, add the schedule to your phone and listen to radio broadcasts.

The 2014 World Cup starts on June 12th and runs through July 13th and this guide will tell soccer and futbol fans how to watch the World Cup live from start to finish with all 64 matches from anywhere they have an internet connection on a HDTV, Android, iPhone, iPad or computer. If you can’t […]

Pandora Founder Talks iTunes Radio, Beats and Future

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Apple made waves at last year’s Worldwide Developer Conference when they announced iTunes Radio as part of iOS 7. This year, the company acquired music streaming service and headphone manufacturer Beats Audio. It’s likely that they’ll integrate that technology into their current products, including iTunes Radio. In the Internet radio business, Pandora is the largest […]

15 Free iPhone Apps Every User Should Have

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When you get an iPhone for the first time, one of the things that you probably do right away (after setting it up and such) is look for useful apps to download and install. The iTunes App Store has thousands upon thousands of free apps to choose from, and it can be a little difficult […]

How To Install Microsoft Office Mobile on Unsupported Android Tablets

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Microsoft released mobile versions of Office 365, which includes their suite of Mobile Office apps, like Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel, for iPads and iPhones recently. Users can also get that same suite on most Android smartphones in the form of Microsoft Office Mobile, an all-in-one Office app. But that only runs on smartphones. Until Microsoft makes apps […]

7 iOS 7 Cydia Tweaks That Apple Is Killing with iOS 8

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Apple announced and showed off iOS 8 earlier this week, and the new version comes with a ton of new features that give iOS 8 even more functionality than ever before. Most notably, iOS 8 introduces a lot of features that jailbroken iPhones and iPads have enjoyed for some time now, including the ability to […]

How to Star Favorite Contacts on the Galaxy S5

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If you’re one of those social butterflies that has a lot of contacts, or just would like to make certain people more accessible on the Galaxy S5, you’ll need to star or “favorite” certain contacts. When you have tons of contacts like me scrolling through the huge list of people saved to your phone can […]

How to Use Your Music as an Alarm on the Galaxy S5

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If you’re like me, the subtle and calming tones of the Samsung Galaxy S5 alarm clock app just don’t cut it. If you’re wanting to add a bit of your own style or customize to the alarm, below we’ll explain how you can set any song you own as the Galaxy S5 wake up tone. […]

How to Change YouTube Quality on Android

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When it comes to watching YouTube videos on our mobile devices the experience isn’t always the best due to our connection. Whether you’re using an Android smartphone or a tablet having a solid WiFi connection vs 4G LTE, or even 3G, can make or break the experience. We’ve all been there. Trying to enjoy the […]

How to Use Your Music as an Alarm on iPhone

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If you’re wanting to add a bit of your own style to the iOS 7 alarm clock, you can actually use a favorite song as your alarm clock sound to wake you up in the morning. The default ringtones in iOS 7 are okay and Apple added a large selection of new ones that are […]

Google’s Project Tango Is the Tablet You Want, But Can’t Get

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Google Glass, self-driving cars, augmented reality headsets, and wearable computing devices are just a few of the many exciting bits of technology that will likely shape the future, and today Google’s announced one more to add to the growing list. Google originally debuted Project Tango back in February, announcing a new 5-inch Android smartphone that […]

iPhone “Strength” Ad Shows off Fitness Apps & Accessories

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In an effort to raise awareness of just how much the iPhone can contribute to your daily exercise regimen, Apple aired a new ad during the first game of the Stanley Cup finals last night that features the odd track called “Chicken Fat” from Robert Preston. The ad is of typical style that we’ve seen in […]

iOS 7 Jailbreak: Is it Worth Losing for iOS 8?

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Apple announced and unveiled iOS 8 earlier this week as a big upgrade from iOS 7. It keeps the same overall look and feel of iOS 7, but comes with a number of big improvements, both in usability and features. One thing that we see every year with new iOS releases is that Apple usually […]

Office for Android Could Arrive Before Microsoft’s Own Users Get It

The mobile apps and Office Online have much less features than the desktop apps that users get with an Office 365 Subscription.

One report now indicates that users with an Android tablet should expect a touch-centric version of Microsoft’s Office suite of productivity apps even before they debut on Microsoft’s own Windows 8 and Windows RT operating systems. A report originating from All About Microsoft indicates that Microsoft has plans to release a version of Office for Android tablet […]

iOS 8 Keyboard Finally Catches Up With Android

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Today is Apple day with the company hosting its annual WWDC event in California, and one announcement (of many) should make millions and millions of iOS users extremely happy. We’re talking about the keyboard of course, as Apple aims to reduce all those auto-correct fails that happen on a daily basis. iOS 8 was finally […]

iOS 8 Includes Third-Party Support for Touch ID and Keyboards

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Today, during Apple’s WWDC keynote where the company announced iOS 8 and OSX 10.10 Yosemite, it also announced third-party support for its Touch ID fingerprint sensor, as well as touch screen keyboards. In the past, Touch ID was only limited to Apple’s own garden, where it’s been used only for unlocking your iPhone 5s and […]

iOS 8 Arrives with HealthKit, Better Notifications, Improved iMessage

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As expected, Apple has officially announced iOS 8 at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference today. The new version of iOS comes with a very similar user interface that practically remains unchanged from iOS 7, but it includes some very cool features that we’ve seen before in other apps, but are coming to iOS natively. […]

OS X 10.10 Leaked Images Appear Ahead of WWDC Reveal

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We’re just a few hours away from Apple’s WWDC keynote where the company is expected to unveil iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, but if you just can’t wait to get a glimpse at the new OS X makeover, you’re in luck because a Reddit user has posted some photos that reveal OS X 10.10′s […]

How to Fix YouTube Buffering Problems

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We’ve all been there: you’re watching a YouTube video when all of a sudden it pauses and starts buffering, especially right when the video starts getting good. This problem isn’t uncommon and it happens to the best of us. Sometimes the problem is on YouTube’s end, whether they experience a hiccup or servers go down, […]

How to Find Popular Music on Spotify for iPhone

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Today, users who want to be able to stream music and listen to 8-hour playlists based off their favorite artists have just a handful of different services to choose from and Spotify tops all the others. That’s especially true for users of Spotify for iPhone, which is the service’s best mobile app by far. Mostly […]