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Amazon’s Music Storage service will remove your MP3 files on April 30th

Amazon’s Music Storage service will remove your MP3 files on April 30th

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We’ve known since last year that Amazon Music was planning to shut down its dedicated cloud music locker. Now, we have a date for when that process will begin. In an email to Amazon Music users, the company says uploaded songs will be removed from a user’s library on April 30th, 2018. You can however […]

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FCC approves SpaceX’s ambitious satellite internet plans

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The Federal Communications Commission today granted SpaceX a license to operate an array of broadband internet satellites, marking the first time the government agency has given the green light for a US-licensed low-Earth orbit broadband service. SpaceX co-founder and CEO Elon Musk has been discussing a micro-satellite constellation for providing broadband internet for years, and […]

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In a leaked memo, Facebook executive describes the consequences of its growth-at-all-costs mentality

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A leaked memo from a Facebook executive has described the consequences of the company’s growth-at-all-costs mentality. BuzzFeed on Thursday published a June 2016 memo by Andrew “Boz” Bosworth, who currently leads the company’s hardware division, in which Bosworth says he wants “to talk about the ugly” aspect of the company’s work. “We connect people. Period,” […]

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Tesla issues its largest recall ever over faulty Model S steering

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Tesla said Thursday it was recalling a huge number of its Model S sedans around the world over a power steering issue. It told customers in an email that it was a proactive move and none of the company’s other vehicles were affected. The automaker said 123,000 Model S vehicles built before April 2016 were […]

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Under Armour says 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts compromised in data breach

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Sportswear brand Under Armour announced today that its subsidiary MyFitnessPal was affected in a significant data beach, compromising as many as 150 million accounts. Account information involved in the breach includes user names, email addresses, and hashed passwords, but no financial information like credit card numbers or government or identifiers like social security numbers. Under […]

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Denon’s new HEOS HomeCinema HS2 soundbar will support hi-res audio and Alexa

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Denon has announced the next generation of its HEOS HomeCinema devices, following their initial debut in 2016, as reported by TechRadar. The HEOS HomeCinema HS2 line is comprised of a sound bar and woofer, with the new versions carrying additional features like support for high-resolution file playback and the promise of Alexa integration later this […]

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LG went to Reddit’s Android community for feedback on smartphone notches

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You may be surprised to hear this, but smartphone notches have been pretty controversial: some people hate them, other people… don’t have strong opinions on the matter. But no one loves the notch. So to find out how people are really feeling, LG has gone to Reddit and asked. As spotted by Android Police, LG’s […]

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All non-citizens will have to to disclose social media accounts at the US border

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A proposed State Department form would require all US visa applicants to disclose their social media handles, according to a Bloomberg report. The requirement is significantly broader than previous filings, which had made disclosure voluntary and applied to only a portion of visa applicants identified for extra scrutiny. The public has 60 days to comment […]

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Far Cry 5’s half-hearted attempt at politics ruins the fun

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A game about extremists that has nothing to say about extremism Continue reading…

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Serial subject Adnan Syed will get a new trial

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Adnan Syed, the man at the center of Serial’s 2014 investigation into the murder of high schooler Hae Min Lee, will get a new trial, NBC Washington reports. Although Syed was initially granted a new trial in 2016, the state appealed the decision. Today, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals decided it would uphold that […]

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