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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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Two summers ago I talked about the predicted rise of Motorola, and I did a comparison of the top phones of the time. Well, I figured it was time to take a peek under the hood again and see how today’s phones stack up. To note, I myself have switched over to the Samsung Galaxy …

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I am in the midst of changing over from Spotify (which I’ve been a big fan of over the years) to Google Music, and while only a day or two in I already have some thoughts on it. While Google Play Music is the same price as Spotify, the benefits are seemingly much greater…the only …

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When you go to watch a legitimate movie on digital, you are presented with many options, from Apple’s library to Amazon Prime and Vudu to Crackle. But the biggest issue is: After you “buy” or “rent” the movie, where can you watch it? If you bought it from Apple, you are stuck to watching it …

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Think about it for a second: For 50 years we used credit cards with magnetic strips, and in 2007 someone thought to use phones to pay for your charges. They convinced some terminal operators to install “Tap to pay” options, using RFID (Radio-frequency identification) and/or NFC (Near field communication), to help progress how we make …

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Three weeks ago I brought up the point that Google should combine “Home” with “WiFi”. Okay, I'll pose the stupid question: Why can't they combine the two and make Google Home and Google WiFi into one device? I'd buy instantly. — Avi Greenberger (@iamavig) March 28, 2017 It just made no sense to me for …

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