YouTube’s standalone TV streaming service, aptly titled YouTube TV, was launched a few months back. It was only made available in a few markets in the United States which is why the service has seen a slow start. The service is now going to be available in more markets across the country so that’s certainly going to help it grow its user base.
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Multiple reports suggest that Microsoft’s Windows 10 source code has been leaked online in parts this week. The leaked files related to Microsoft’s USB, Wi-Fi, and storage drivers in Windows 10. Microsoft has confirmed that it has conducted a review which reveals that the files are “actually a portion of the source code from the Shared Source Initiative and is used by OEMs and partners.”
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Activision released a remastered version of one of the best Call of Duty games to date a few months back. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered was not offered as a standalone title initially, but now the company confirmed that it can be purchased on its on. Activision has confirmed when the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered release for PlayStation 4 is going to take place.
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The ads you see in Gmail are targeted to you. Google does that by scanning the contents of your email. The practice has long been the center of controversy and Google has finally decided to do away with it. The company has confirmed in a post on its official blog that it’s no longer going to scan the email contents of Gmail users for the purpose of selling targeted advertising.
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Given the wide variety of devices out there, it’s impossible for everyone to use the same kind of device to record and watch video. That presents a user experience challenge for a service like YouTube which happens to be the world’s largest online video website. YouTube says that its mission is to show off videos in the best possible way, no matter what format they’ve been shot in and what device they’re being viewed on. This is why the next update for the YouTube app will enable it to dynamically adapt videos to fit the screen size.
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Samsung’s flagship devices have prices to match and that makes perfect sense. Devices like the Galaxy S8 have been very well received and many will argue that the company is justified to charge what it does for its flagship devices. However, could it ever be considered to be charging too much for a handset? You might think that when you find what the rumor mill expects the Galaxy Note 8 to cost.
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LG is due to launch its second flagship smartphone for the year in the coming weeks. The LG V30 will reportedly be unveiled this September at the IFA 2017 convention in Berlin. The company hasn’t confirmed any of that as yet but there have already been countless rumors and reports about the handset itself. It’s now being claimed that the new V series device from LG may have support for wireless charging.
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You may recall that BlackBerry has decided to no longer make smartphones on its own. What the company has done is license its iconic brand to China-based TCL which will now manufacture and sell BB-branded handsets. The BlackBerry KEYOne is the first device to come out of this partnership and it appears that another is in the pipeline.
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Even if you’re not interested in virtual currencies, you might have heard the names ethereum and GDAX yesterday on social media. Ethereum is a cryptocurrency, much like Bitcoin, and it’s one of the more actively traded virtual currencies. There was a “flash crash” in its value yesterday, the term refers to a steep immediate decline in value, which wiped out many traders but also apparently minted a millionaire.
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Tesla makes everything from electric cars to solar panels and home batteries but it’s not a company that’s known for music. However, soon it could be. According to a new report, Tesla is having discussions with record labels as it wishes to develop a music streaming service of its own. The question is, what does Tesla want to achieve with a music streaming service?
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