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Netflix Has No Plans To Remove Windows Apps

07/14/2016, It has been reported recently that Netflix is looking to remove some of its Windows applications, at one point it was even believed that the company had removed its app from the Windows Store, while some were able to easily download it across Windows...

McDonald’s Will No Longer Allow You To Watch Porn

07/14/2016, Folks who like watching porn while munching down on a Big Mac will need to take their business someplace else because McDonald’s has changed its public Wi-Fi policy. It will no longer allow customers to watch porn via the free Wi-Fi offered in its...

Man Robs Bank, Flees In An Uber

07/14/2016, Uber is used by millions of people around the world. Some use it for going to work, others catch a ride to the airport, the fact is that Uber has made it incredibly easy to hail a ride from the comfort of our smartphones. Users don’t necessarily...

Microsoft Has Begun Downgrading OneDrive Storage To 5GB

07/14/2016, You might recall that last year Microsoft announced that due to the abuse of the system, they have decided to reduce the amount of free OneDrive space they were giving to their users. It was initially supposed to drop to 5GB for everyone, but they later...

Einstein’s Smelly Leather Jacket Sold For Almost $150,000

07/13/2016, Albert Einstein is without a doubt one of the biggest theoretical physicists there has ever lived. His work on the general theory of relativity continues to make its mark on science even to this day, decades after he passed away in 1955. You may not be...

BitTorrent News Live Broadcast Kicks Off On July 18th

07/13/2016, It was reported last month that BitTorrent will soon be launching a live TV news network on its BitTorrent Live streaming platform. The news network was said to be made available alongside other channels that are already available on the company’s...

Android Auto Launched In Japan

07/13/2016, Google has only launched Android Auto in a handful of markets right now and the expansion of its in-car infotainment platform has been rather slow. Android users in Japan will be delighted to find out today that Android Auto has finally been launched in...

Second Prime Day Breaks Single-Day Sales Record For Amazon

07/13/2016, Amazon has never seen a better day before like it did yesterday. The company today announced that its second Amazon Prime Day is now its best day ever in more than 20 years. It was also the biggest day ever for Amazon devices while small businesses and...

Pizza Hut Launches Its First Pizza Chatbot

07/13/2016, Want to order a pizza? If you do, there are multiple options that you can go about doing it. One would be to order via the phone which is the old school way of doing things. Then you can order from the pizza store’s website where they are less...

Google To Expand Family Plan Beyond Play Music

07/13/2016, Back in the day it was pretty much every user for themselves. It didn’t matter if you were my brother, sister, mother, father, wife, husband, and so on, everyone pretty much needed their own account, or someone had to share their account and credit card...

Marvel & Fox To Launch An X-Men TV Series

07/13/2016, If you’re a fan of the X-Men franchise and have enjoyed the movies so far, you might be pleased to learn that there could be an X-Men TV series in the future. A report from Variety has revealed that Marvel and Fox are teaming up to create an X-Men TV...

Twitter Will Start Streaming Financial News From Bloomberg

07/12/2016, Twitter is getting really serious about streaming content on its service. It has just announced that a deal has been signed with financial news network Bloomberg to stream three of the network’s shows on Twitter. Twitter is already a great place to...

Fox Starts Live Streaming Primetime Programs

07/12/2016, Fox today announced that it has become the first broadcast network to start live streaming its primetime programming in the United States. Those who have a cable subscription can take advantage of Fox’s primetime programming live stream on iOS and...