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YouTube Red presents Lindsey Stirling: Brave Enough, a look inside the emotional journey and roller coaster ride of Lindsey’s recent album and tour. Turning 30 and recently losing her best friend, all while dealing with family problems, Lindsey takes you behind the scenes as her tour gets underway, as well as playing at the famous …

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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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About a year ago I figured out why Waze didn’t work well for me, but like a glutton for punishment, I always try things again to see what else can go wrong. And Waze didn’t fail me. For starters, signing in without Facebook was more of a hassle than it needed to be (and the …

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Google updated their keyboard this week, and seemingly (mostly) all for the better. The Keyboard now features a search bar built right into it, meaning when you are messaging you can include searches right in, things like “weather”, “videos” or “sports scores”. But the best part of this search feature: You can now search emoji …

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Google launched “Photo Scan” in the last few weeks, and its main goal is bringing your shoeboxes full of photos into the 21st century. Photo Scan allows you to scan your photos into Google Photos, using your phone camera, and the quality on it is really good. The app “scans” the photo as a whole, …

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