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Amazon has officially announced Kindle Unlimited, a new e-book and audiobook subscription service that offers unlimited access to over 600,000 Kindle e-book titles, along with access to thousands of Audible audiobooks for $9.99 a month.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it will be laying off a total of 18,000 workers over the next year. While job cuts were expected at the company, the total number of cuts are much higher than was anticipated.
Is there any geek alive that wouldn’t enjoy a monthly delivery of geeked-out merchandise – like t-shirts, Batman figurines, and even the odd comic book thrown in here and there? Meet Loot Crate!
We’ve all noticed them etched on the back of our iPhones and iPad, the weird looking government-mandated symbols that are almost as familiar as the Apple logo. Those could be falling by the wayside if a recently introduced Senate bill passes.
If you’re planning to travel overseas, make sure to “hug the wall” and charge your electronic devices before attempting to pass through TSA security at the airport. The TSA has made some rule changes that allow them to confiscate any device that can’t power up.
In observance of Independence Day in the United States, our posting will be limited today as our editors join in the 4th of July festivities! We’ll be back on Monday, with our full gamut of Mac and iOS coverage. And, hopefully all 10 fingers…
The United States Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint against wireless carrier T-Mobile, accusing the carrier of charging their customers for unauthorized SMS subscriptions that delivered information such as horoscopes and celebrity gossip at prices as high as $9.99 per month.
The Google I/O developer’s conference today saw Google debut Android Auto, the company’s answer to Apple’s CarPlay. The contextually aware platform is designed to bring the Android experience to an automobile’s in-dash infotainment system.
Google debuted their entry in the battle for consumer’s living rooms today, as they unveiled Android TV, a new platform for internet-connected televisions and set-top boxes. The platform brings streaming video, audio, custom apps, and games to the television front.
At today’s Google I/O event in San Francisco, Google showed off its Android Wear platform, and announced the immediate availability of the first devices running the platform. Android partners Samsung and LG are now taking orders for their Android Wear devices.
Supreme Court Rules in Favor of TV Networks – Finds Aereo “Antenna Subscriptions” Violate Copyright Laws
Streaming video startup Aereo may have streamed its last, as the Supreme Court has ruled that the company’s business model – selling “antenna subscriptions” that allow consumers to stream over-the-air television content to any Mac, PC, or iOS device – violates federal copyright laws.
A research team from the University of Massachusetts Lowell has demonstrated how by using Google Glass, and other similar camera-equipped mobile products, the bad guys can steal your mobile device unlocking PIN from across the room.
Misfit and Pebble have announced a new wearables alliance, coming together in a long-term partnership that begins with the launch of an official Misfit tracking app on the pebble smartwatch. The new Misfit app can be downloaded from the Pebble appstore for free.
Microsoft has debuted its first Nokia handset after completing its takeover of the company, and the handset is powered by Android. Yup, you read that right… Android.
Microsoft is offering up to $650 in store credit for select MacBook Air models. The offer is part of an effort to get MacBook Air owners to trade in their laptops and switch to Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 3.