How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication in iCloud

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Apple recently expanded the ability to secure your iCloud account further by enabling two-factor authentication for iCloud backups, allowing users to secure their iPhone and iPad backups with more than just a regular password. If you still haven’t enabled two-factor authentication for iCloud, now is a great time to do so. After the recent celebrity […]

YouTube Music Key Service Delivers New Features

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We’ve been hearing reports of Google launching some sort of subscription service on YouTube since last year, and new rumors have emerged this week suggesting that it may finally be coming soon. It’s called YouTube Music Key and will be bundled with, if not replacing their current Google Play Music All Access. Play Music All […]

How Watching YouTube on Xbox One Just Got Easier

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Microsoft’s Xbox One video console does a lot of things well, but one thing it hasn’t yet delivered on is a decent experience for users who love Google’s YouTube video streaming service. That is changing though, today Google revealed an upgraded YouTube experience for the Xbox One, set-top boxes and video game consoles. According to a blog […]

NFL Mobile App Redesign Arrives in Time for NFL Preseason

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With the FIFA World Cup finally behind us, the real football games can begin. I’m talking about NFL Football of course, which is finally here after what felt like forever. Before the NFL Preseason kicks things off app developers have been busy, and Verizon’s popular NFL Mobile just received a facelift. It’s that time of […]

Instagram Bolt Announced to Take on Snapchat

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Yesterday Instagram quietly announced a new photo and video messaging service called Bolt. In a similar fashion as Snapchat, or Facebook’s recently launched Slingshot, Instagram Bolt enables users to send pictures or videos to a friend, one that will self destruct after it has been viewed. Snapchat has been around for quite a while, and […]

5 Best Antivirus Apps for Android

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When it comes to using smartphones these days, security and privacy is a growing concern. With the Android platform getting bigger by the day the malware threats have continued to surface and are potentially an issue worth preparing for. While malware on Android smartphones and tablets isn’t nearly as bad as some antivirus “experts” say, […]

Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited Arrives as the Netflix for eBooks

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Amazon has launched a new Kindle ebook service called Kindle Unlimited that allows you to rent an unlimited number of ebooks for just a monthly fee of $9.99. The service is an all-you-can-read buffet that costs just $10 per month, and with that you get to choose from over 600,000 ebooks and “thousands” of audiobooks […]

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 […]

How to Download Music From Spotify on the iPhone & iPad

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It’s not really up for debate anymore. By far, Spotify is the most reliable and feature complete music service available anywhere. The different versions of Spotify allow users to do mostly the same thing: play music. They each have social networking features built into the experience so that users can find out what songs are […]

Spotify Review: What To Know Before Signing Up

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Music is a unique experience, and when provided to users correctly it can be a magical thing. Unlike the iPhone or devices running Google’s Android operating system, music knows no roots in technology. It’s an ancient art form, something humans have produced and admired for hundreds of years. For many users, Spotify, the world’s most […]

Snap Multitasking Comes to Skype on Xbox One

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Skype, Microsoft’s instant messaging and communication service has given potential Xbox One buyers one big reason to choose the more expensive Xbox One that includes the Kinect 2 sensor: multitasking. Skype announced the upgraded Skype for Xbox One app in a post on its own blog earlier today. To be clear, this multitasking doesn’t take […]

Text to 911: What You Need to Know

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Up until just recently, those in danger had to dial and call 911 in order to report an emergency, but users can text it now, thanks to all of the major carriers who have launched support for it, as well as a handful of 911 call centers across the US. If you’re unable to call […]

How to Find a Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone or Tablet

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When it comes to protecting your smartphone from loss or theft there’s plenty of apps in the Google Play Store, but like Apple’s Find My iPhone, Google has its own Android Device Manager users should know about. Tracking down a lost or stolen Android smartphone or tablet can be a daunting task, not to mention […]

Free Hulu Streaming Coming to iPhone and Android This Summer

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The popular TV show streaming service Hulu has announced that it will be launching free Hulu streaming on iPhone and Android devices starting at some point this summer. Currently, you have to be a Hulu Plus subscriber in order to stream TV shows on your mobile device, but that will change over the summer when […]

What is Office 365: 3 Things You Need to Know

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If there’s a single suite of apps that users need on nearly every device with screen and a keyboard, it’s Office, Microsoft’s suite of productivity applications. For two decades Microsoft Office has been how people around the world get work done. Companies and small businesses around the world don’t just use it. Many of their […]

Netflix Raising Prices for New Members: What You Need to Know

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In a letter  to shareholders announcing its first quarter earnings, Netflix has confirmed that it will be raising its prices by “one or two dollars” for new members only. Current subscribers will be grandfathered into the current price “for a generous time period.” As for how much the price increase will be exactly, Netflix CEO […]

How to Quit Cable and Save Money

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While cable subscriptions are still alive and well, more and more households are making the switch to cutting the cable and relying on streaming services. Cable certainly isn’t cheap (although some cable providers are making it cheaper with basic bundles), and while it will always have its advantages no matter what, users are pondering just […]

How to Sell Your Gadgets on eBay Without Getting Ripped Off

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We’ve given you some tips in the past about buying gadgets on eBay, but what if you’re selling them? Getting rid of your old gadgets can be dead easy, especially if you use a trade-in program at a store (but we don’t recommend that). To get the most out of selling your old gadgets, posting […]

Watch the ‘Game of Thrones’ premiere on Xbox For free

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HBO is making this week’s premiere episode of Game of Thrones available for free to Xbox users until April 14th. Xbox 360 users will be able to watch the episode from a specific hub once their console is connected to Xbox Live. The same goes for users of the Xbox One as well. Presumably, that’s […]

Why Spotify Looks Different for iPhone Users

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iPhone owners who use Spotify should find the app easier to look at and the music they love easier to find following today’s Spotify for iPhone update. Spotify announced the complete visual refresh of its iPhone app, desktop app and web app and more early this morning. Spotify is banking on just three basic changes […]