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Amazon Now Offering Monthly Prime Subscriptions In The US

04/18/2016, If there was ever a barrier for entry for customers subscribing to Amazon Prime, it would be the upfront cost of $100 for a year’s worth subscription. Granted the benefits are pretty good and if you use Amazon frequently, it could actually save you...

Chrome Extension Lets You Save Stuff To Google

04/14/2016, On mobile devices there’s an app called Pocket that lets you save articles and whatnot for viewing later. This comes in handy if you’re running low on battery or if you’re busy but don’t want to forget about it later when you have more time. Now...

Ticketmaster Will Now Sell Tickets Directly On Facebook

04/11/2016, Facebook started out back in the day as a means for people from universities and colleges to connect. Fast forward to today, Facebook is now a place for people to network, whether it be because you are fans of a certain product, band, hobby, and etc. It...

Publishers Aren’t Happy Over Brave Browser’s Ad Swapping Feature

04/11/2016, Remember the other day we reported about the Brave browser that paid users if they were willing to see ads during their web surfing sessions? These ads are ads that the company deems more suitable, and in turn they will pay its users in Bitcoin for their...

Personal Sharing On Facebook Has Reportedly Declined

04/10/2016, You might not be alone in noticing that your Facebook feed is now a hangout location for memes, viral videos and brand updates that’s because this is something that’s happening at a much larger scale. Yes, Facebook wants all of the content,...

Microsoft Edge To Start Pausing Less Important Flash Content

04/08/2016, While Flash might have been an instrumental tool in web development back in the day, these days the feature seems to provide a fair amount of security headaches for web developers. In fact last year, Google announced that they would begin to pause Flash...

Brave Browser Pays Users Who View Ads In Bitcoin

04/06/2016, It used to be that ad blockers were additional pieces of software that users had to download to use in their browsers, but as you might have heard, several months ago, Mozilla’s ex-CEO Brendan Eich launched the Brave browser which actually comes with...

Play The Original Version Of Zelda In Your Browser

04/06/2016, It’s pretty amazing how far along we’ve come in terms of technology. Back in the day, we would need dedicated consoles to play certain games as computers weren’t as powerful back then, but fast forward to today, games that used to require a console...

Microsoft Outlook Premium Enters Invite-Only Testing

04/04/2016, This might not interest you if you’re happy with using Outlook the way millions of other people do across the globe but do read on if you’re looking to get a bit more out of this Microsoft service. Microsoft today launched invite-only testing...

Google Starts Displaying Swipeable Image Ads For Cars

03/30/2016, Don’t be surprised the next time you search for a car on Google and see an entirely new kind of ad in the search results. The global search giant has released a new product called Model Automotive Ads. This is a new ad format which puts swipeable...

Fullscreen’s Streaming Service Arrives Next Month

03/30/2016, Fullscreen, a popular media company whose creators have a combined audience of more than 600 million subscribers across YouTube and other networks, has announced today that its planned video-on-demand streaming service for mobile devices is going to be...

CNBC’s Password Security Exercise Goes Horribly Wrong

03/30/2016, This is a case of irony on an epic scale. CNBC ran an article yesterday to promote strong password practices. The article contained a tool in which people could type their passwords to test their strength. That’s where it all went horribly wrong...