Apple Pay Support Rolls Out at First NBA Stadium

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Apple Pay is now available at Amway Center, the home of the Orlando Magic, making it the first NBA stadium to support Apple Pay. Apple Pay support will officially launch on Friday during a game against the Utah Jazz, and it’s a partnership with Chase that is making this happen. Spectators will be able to […]

Android Remote Check Deposit Apps

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These days more and more payments are all done on mobile, and the use of physical paper checks is on the decline. That being said, paper checks still serve a big purpose these days, and here we want to round up a list of mobile apps that allow for automatic mobile or remote check deposits […]

Apple Pay Support Expands with New Banks

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Apple Pay launched back in October alongside the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone and iPad users. The new payment platform already has a handful of major banks that support it, as well as a growing list of retail stores. However, one big roadblock has been bank support, with only a few big-name banks supporting Apple’s […]

Apple Store PayPal Support Arrives

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Apple updated its online store to finally accept PayPal as a payment method on top of credit and debit cards. This change applies to the online Apple Store in both the US and the United Kingdom. PayPal was actually already a payment option in the iTunes Store, but this is the first that we’re seeing PayPal […]

Spotify Premium Deal Offers Great Price for New Users

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Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming services on the market right now, and for a limited time, new users can take advantage of all its features for next to nothing. New users can sign up for Spotify Premium for just $0.99 per month for the first three months, which gives you more […]

How to Stop Gmail from Adding Events to Google Calendar

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About a month ago, Google added a capability to Gmail and Google Calendar that allows Gmail to automatically add events it see in your email to your Google Calendar. Here’s how to disable that feature. The feature scans your Gmail email and automatically creates new events based on emails you receive that include dates and […]

Xbox Music Black Friday 2014 Deal Brings 100 Free Albums

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Users of Microsoft’s Xbox Music subscription service and online music store are getting the ultimate Black Friday 2014 deal. As part of its holiday promotions, Microsoft is giving Xbox Music users 100 free albums and deep discounts on other albums too. Microsoft itself has yet to announce the music. Instead, news of them comes by […]

YouTube Music Streaming Service Launching Next Week

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It was only a matter of time, but YouTube is officially launching its own streaming music subscription service next week to take on the stock of existing options like Spotify, Rdio, iTunes Radio, and Pandora. The service will be called YouTube Music Key, and as you may have guessed, the service revolves around streaming music […]

Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop Release Date: What Not to Expect

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With a Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop release date all but confirmed for early November, we want to take a look at what we do not expect from the Nexus 10, Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 Android 5.0 Lollipop release date from Google. Google’s Android L update was first announced as Android 4.4 KitKat’s […]

Spotify Family Plan Will Help Families Save Big Soon

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Music subscription service Spotify isn’t holding back as it tries to become the world’s largest provider and give Spotify Free users new reasons to sign up for its paid plans. Today Spotify revealed Spotify Family, a new way for a family of five to save big on the costs of subscription music for everyone. Spotify […]

HBO Web-Only Subscription Arriving Next Year

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HBO users have been begging for it for years now, but the premium cable network is finally giving in and will offer users web-only subscriptions starting at some point next year. This means that viewers can pay for HBO and watch all of its great shows without having to pay for cable. Currently, the only […]

HTC Eye & HTC Re Come Stuffed With Camera Features, Promise

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The Ultrapixel cameras inside the HTC One and HTC One M8 already made it apparent that HTC was focusing on imaging as a way to help its devices stand out from the iPhones and Android devices it competes against. Now it’s backing that stance on quality camera technology and sensors with two new devices and […]

New Hulu for iPhone Works With Xbox One

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Microsoft may have only recently added wireless display technology to its Xbox One console, but already apps like the new Hulu for iPhone app are taking advantage and allowing users to stream their favorite television shows and movies directly to Microsoft’s entertainment console Hulu announced the new Hulu for iPhone app in a blog post […]

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 […]