Amazon Prime Air Drone Delivery Is a ‘Fantasy,’ Says eBay CEO

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Amazon has been the center of attention ever since the company unveiled its plans to deliver small packages to local households within 30 minutes using drones. The company calls it Amazon Prime Air, and UPS even says it’s experimenting with a similar drone delivery service. However, eBay CEO John Donahue really isn’t a big fan, […]

7 Digital Gifts to Give This Christmas

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With Christmas quickly creeping up on us, it’s that time where we start picking out gifts for all of our loved ones. While a thoughtful, homemade gift can be one of the best gifts to give this holiday season, a digital gift can be just as thoughtful for the technology enthusiast or media junkie in […]

Creators Confirm Beats Music, Say It’s Coming In January

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It appears that Beats Music is a real thing, and it’s coming to users this January. At least that’s according to a new BeatsMusic website and the information posted to the personal blog of Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers. As is typical with online services these days, BeatsMusic is attempting to build excitement for its […]

How to Share Amazon Prime Free Two-Day Shipping

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Amazon Prime is a great service to have if you use Amazon a lot. The $79/year service gives you free two-day shipping on Prime-eligible products (and $3.99 next-day shipping), access to Amazon’s Instant Video streaming service, and access to the Kindle Lending Library, where you can rent ebooks for free. It’s definitely a service that’s […]

Overhaul Your Christmas List with an Amazon Wish List

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It’s that time of year again when aunts and uncles ask for your Christmas list, and you get a bevy of them in return. Unfortunately, Christmas lists are still mostly done the old-fashioned way, where you get a hand-written or emailed list of vaguely-described items and you keep having to confirm with them what exactly […]

UPS to Compete with Amazon Prime Air with Own Drone Fleet

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UPS is said to be researching the use of drones for package delivery in order to compete with Amazon’s Prime Air service, according to The Verge. Amazon was the talk of the town Sunday night when company CEO Jeff Bezos revealed Prime Air for the first time on 60 Minutes. UPS says that this isn’t […]

PayPal Launches Digital Gift Store with Apple as First Partner

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PayPal has launched a new online service called PayPal Digital Gifts, which aims to be a go-to portal for buying gift cards and other digital gifts that you can email to others, and since it’s through PayPal, the company is making it really easy to buy digital gifts using your PayPal account. The storefront isn’t […]

Feedly Pro Is 20% Off for Black Friday

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It’s not uncommon to see paid web services host their own Black Friday sales, but we were pleasantly surprised to discover that Feedly is offering 20% off of Feedly Pro until December 2. This essentially knocks $10 off of the yearly regular price of $45, so you would only pay $35 for a year of […]

Apple Changes Limits to Photo Stream Uploading

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Apple has made changes to its upload and sharing limitations with My Photo Stream. The limitations are based on the number of photos that you can upload and share per hour, day or month. For instance, Apple has made it so that you can only upload 1,000 photos per hour, and only share 1,000 photos per […]

Southwest Airlines First to Offer Gate-to-Gate WiFi Service

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After the FAA decided to allow mobile devices to be used during take-off and landing last month, numerous airlines have changed their policies as well, allowing passengers to use their smartphones or tablets from gate to gate. However, Southwest Airlines is going a step further and will allow flyers to use the airline’s WiFi service […]

Coin Card Gets New Features Just Days After Pre-Order Launch

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You might remember when we talked about Coin last week. It’s a credit card that stores all of your credit and debit cards in one convenient-to-carry package, and while initial reactions were overall positive, growing concern of it being vaporware were abundant, and security concerns certainly didn’t help much. However, Coin just announced some new […]

Google Play Music for iOS Launches with Limited Access

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Google has finally released its Google Play Music app on iOS today after being available on Android devices for quite a while. The iOS variant looks similar to that of the Android version, and while Google changed a couple of things to make it feel more at home on iOS, it still retains many of […]

Coin Replaces All Your Credit Cards with One Single Card

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Much like a lot of startups that are focused on the finance industry, there’s a new one in town that aims to make your wallet a lot slimmer. The product is called the Coin, and in the simplest of words, it’s essentially a credit card that can store multiple credit cards (and debit cards and […]

Netflix Launches “Biggest Update in Netflix History” on TV Devices

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Netflix has released an UI update today for Smart TVs, a handful of set-top boxes and Blu-ray players, as well as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. This also happens to be the company’s “biggest update in Netflix history to [its] TV experience.” The new look consists of a more cinematic feel to it, which […]

Xbox Music on iOS and Android Gains Radio Station Creation Tool

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Keeping true to its promise to add more features to over time, this week Microsoft added the ability for users to create custom radio stations to the Xbox Music apps for iOS and Android. While Microsoft didn’t formally detail the changes in a blog post, it did add the features to changelog for the app […]

Digital Book Service Oyster Arrives for iPad, Invitation Free

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Oyster, the service that allows users to rent books for a flat monthly fee, is now available on Apple’s iPad. Oyster formally announced the updated version of its iOS application this week. Users can download the new application from the iTunes App Store already. It comes complete with a darker design that doesn’t rely so much […]

Nokia May Steal from Google’s Playbook, Offer Free Netflix

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Nokia is preparing to offer users a free subscription to Netflix with the purchase of a Lumia 1020. At least that’s according to sources who spoke with the Financial Times earlier today. Allegedly, users who purchase the Nokia Lumia 120 during this holiday season will receive a free year of Netflix’s on-demand streaming service. It’s […]

Google Launching Shared Endorsements, Here’s How to Disable It

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Google has announced changes to its Terms of Service today that will take effect next month. The company says it made three changes to the Terms, the biggest one being that your Google+ profile name and photo “might appear in Google products (including in reviews, advertising and other commercial contexts).” Google is calling this feature Shared […]

Smartphones Represent the Future of Democratized Health Care

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While Republicans and Democrats are still debating the merits of ObamaCare on Capitol Hill as the nation is starting to sign up customers under the Affordable Care Act, a new proposition could make the cost of primary healthcare even more affordable. Thanks to wireless connectivity and video chats, smartphones could now provide easy access to […]

U-Verse for AT&T update bringing livestreaming to iOS and Android

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New updates for the AT&T U-Verse application allow users to livestream their favorite shows to their iPhone, iPad and Android devices. AT&T announced the new add-on services to its U-Verse cable subscription plans this morning via a press release. Starting today, users with a U-Family plan or higher can livestream up to 100 channels using […]