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Google News rolled out a redesign in the last few days, and it’s a great way for people to get their headlines and what interests them the most. I get my news from the Google Now feed on my Android home screen, but this app works in a similar way of delivering the news to …

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Recently I took the dive and got a Sony PlayStation 4 Pro (PS4 Pro), to put alongside the Xbox One that I have gathering dust in my room. The reasons the Xbox has been sitting unused is really simple: The game selection has dwindled in recent years, with only about one or two games a year …

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I’ve been shopping recently for a cell phone plan that fits my usage, or rather what I want to use, and it’s been hard to find one that is priced fairly for one or two users. All companies seem to be geared towards giving better rates for more users, which works great at getting more …

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I’ve always wanted to find a solid place to backup all my data in the cloud, yet it always seemed extremely costly. Microsoft OneDrive offers 1TB of data for $70 a year ($5.80/month), Google Drive offers 1TB for $10/month, and Amazon S3 has a plan that brings it down to similar costs. The good thing …

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In the past I’ve talked about other streaming services, such as Hulu TV and YouTube TV, and today my focus is turned to CBS All-Access. For just $5.99/month ($9.99 without ads) you can watch CBS on all your mobile devices, not just from an On-Demand service or a desktop website. It gives you next day access …

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Everyone knows PayPal. Everyone knows Venmo. Apple Pay. Google Wallet. But does everyone know Zelle? Transferring money digitally has become a way of life, especially for millennials, and why wouldn’t it be? It’s much easier to click a few buttons and send your friend $5, then to take the money out of your wallet, and …

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For years I’ve been using the ESPN app to get notifications on all my teams. From top stories to score updates, the app was always there with the data I needed. But it was during MLS Decision Day last season that I started to realize the app wasn’t cutting it anymore. As I waited for …

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Amazons newest release has finally started shipping, and the Echo Button is there for gamers and bored people alike. The Buttons come in a two pack, for $20, and can light up a multitude of colors, allowing you to have all sorts of party games. The biggest push from them is the new “Trivial Pursuit …

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After 3+ years with the Moto 360 it was finally time to move on. A deteriorating battery that would turn off after only two hours at the first sign of a vibrate/notification, and when placed on the charger still showed 80%, caused it to be more of a weight on my wrist than any other …

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The Weatherman Umbrella, designed by Fox News meteorologist Rick Reichmuth, is the last umbrella you’ll ever need to buy…but you don’t need to trust me with that, the details speak for themselves: Strong – No more umbrellas turning inside out in the wind, as this bad boy can withstand 55-MPH winds Safe – A reflective …

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