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Taylor Swift’s new album came out on Friday and being unavailable to Stream on Google Play (or Spotify and Amazon for that matter), the options were iTunes or getting the actual CD. Since they cost the same, and with the CD you actually own the music, instead of Apple owning it and technically can take …

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In the past, I talked about how I would listen to sports talk radio on my way to/from work. But with Hahn and Humpty first taking a turn towards the terrible (before the inevitable split up) and them knocking Le Batard off NYC radio, I turned to another option to fill my drive time: Podcasts. …

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A few weeks ago, for my birthday, some friends got me the Echo Dot, and while I will hopefully review that at some point, today’s focus is the Alexa’s Flash Briefing feature. Alexa allows you to put together a list of “Briefings” and when you ask for the flash briefing or a news update it …

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It’s been teased and hinted for a while, but Android Instant Apps is finally rolling out to many Android devices. Sometimes you click on a link that would prefer to open up inside of its native app (think Instagram), but you don’t have that app installed…well everyone hurts from that. You see a poor(er) version …

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Elon Musk tweeted last week that he has gotten preliminary approval for a Hyperloop tunnel on the East Coast, running from NY to DC, via Philadelphia and Baltimore. Just received verbal govt approval for The Boring Company to build an underground NY-Phil-Balt-DC Hyperloop. NY-DC in 29 mins. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 20, 2017 29 minutes …

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I’ve had YouTube TV now for a few weeks, and here is the good and bad/strange of it: The service is smooth. The startup is quick, the channels all run smoothly (I’ve had internet connectivity buffering, but never buffering because of YouTube), and the app is easily laid out. The Channels are seemingly in a …

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