Report: YouTube Music To Supplant Google Play Music

Google Play Music users will eventually find themselves and their user-uploaded libraries shifting over to the YouTube Music app, according to a report from The Verge. YouTube Music has been gradually rolling out an update that brings a facelift and a number of new features alongside a new premium option that’s meant to bring the […]

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NBA Players Visit Googleplex For #NBACareerCrossover Program

Tech giant Google has been working with the NBA on a program known as #NBACareerCrossover for three years now, and to celebrate that program’s third anniversary, a number of current NBA players paid Google a visit at its Mountain View headquarters. The program is focused on helping professional basketball players figure out where to go […]

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FCC Commissioner Wants To Free Mid-Band Spectrum For 5G

FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly, current leader of Consumers Broadband Radio Service efforts in the United States, announced that he is working on freeing up a large amount of mid-band spectrum, and hopes to have enough up for use in the next two years to create a full 5G network. Specifically, O’Rielly is looking to free […]

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AT&T Tower Climber Getting $30M For 2013 Accident

Major carrier AT&T was partly responsible for an equipment failure that led to Thomas Jeglum plummeting 50 feet from a cell tower, and now the company is paying out a $30 million settlement to help Jeglum with life and care expenses. Currently, Jeglum is in a full-time care facility in California, where’s he’s being cared […]

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AT&T Tower Climber Getting $30M For 2013 Accident

Major carrier AT&T was partly responsible for an equipment failure that led to Thomas Jeglum plummeting 50 feet from a cell tower, and now the company is paying out a $30 million settlement to help Jeglum with life and care expenses. Currently, Jeglum is in a full-time care facility in California, where’s he’s being cared […]

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Comcast Xfinity Router Activation Site Leaks Customer Info

Security researchers Karan Saini and Ryan Stevenson reported a bug to ZDNet in which a Comcast website for customers to activate their Xfinity routers was found to be leaking sensitive customer information in plain text. If an attacker had the customer’s account number and house or apartment number, they could get the user’s name, full address, […]

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Comcast Xfinity Router Activation Site Leaks Customer Info

Security researchers Karan Saini and Ryan Stevenson reported a bug to ZDNet in which a Comcast website for customers to activate their Xfinity routers was found to be leaking sensitive customer information in plain text. If an attacker had the customer’s account number and house or apartment number, they could get the user’s name, full address, […]

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Samsung Patents Content-Based Somatic Feedback System

Samsung is prepared to explore previously uncharted territory by experimenting with content-dependent somatosensory output, according to a new patent the company recently filed. Essentially, the idea is for Samsung to create a wearable that’s able to stimulate a wearer’s somatic senses, such as pressure, wind, and temperature, among others. The company plans to accomplish this […]

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Google Primer Gets Accessibility Resources & Lessons

Tech giant Google has beefed up its Google Primer app with lessons on making your app or website more accessible to disabled users. The new lessons include things running the gamut from basic user interface and website design to marketing campaigns and assistive technologies. All of these lessons are available for free, and are designed […]

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The Steam Link Beta Is Now Live In The Play Store

Steam Link for smartphones has been requested and teased for some time, and now the public beta test is finally available in the Play Store. Users of Valve’s game curation tool, market, and launcher will be able to use this app to play their full PC game library on their phone, so long as they […]

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