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Posts Tagged ‘General Interest’

Hulu To Soon Offer Episode Downloading and Offline Streaming

Hulu recently announced that it would join both Netflix and Amazon Prime in allowing its users to download content to watch offline, but in Hulu's case, it comes with a twist. ...

Lego and Alexa Team Up For Storytelling Through Device

In terms of toys, what could possibly be better than LEGOS?  How about LEGOS, combined with Alexa?  That's the latest idea from Amazon, who has paired the unlikely duo in a ...

Firefox To Start Showing Ads On Tab Page

Before Google released its Chrome browser, Firefox felt pretty good about their arrangement.  They got a handsome reward in exchange for making Google.com their default search engine.  It was a win-win. ...

Having Chrome Issues Since The Latest Windows 10 Update?

Microsoft has been having some "issues" of late.  It's April Windows 10 rollout had to be delayed on account of some mysterious BSOD ("Blue Screen of Death") issues. This month's rollout ...

Facebook Is Adding New Features, Including Dating 

At this year's F8 Developer's conference, Facebook announced a raft of changes and updates it will be rolling out later this year.  Some are fun, others practical, but they're all interesting.  ...

Healthcare Sector Facing Rise In Ransomware Attacks

The Department of Health and Human services has issued a warning to healthcare providers to be on high alert for the SamSam strain of ransomware, which has been used to attack ...

Windows 10 Gets iTunes App For Apple Users

Apple promised that its iTunes app would be available on the Microsoft Store by the end of 2017.  The announcement was greeted with enthusiasm, but unfortunately, the company didn't meet their ...

T-Mobile And Sprint To Merge Companies

The on-again, off-again talks about a merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is definitely back on, with T-Mobile planning to buy Sprint for a staggering $26 billion. The deal has been in ...

Use Caution Traveling, Hackers Now Have Keys To Hotel Rooms

Score one for the good guys, but with hesitation. Unfortunately, in today's fast-moving digital world, even a victory doesn't mean the end of a problem. Recently, a pair of researchers (Tomi ...

Apple Will Officially No Longer Sell Routers

After more than two decades in the business, Apple is officially going to stop selling routers.  The writing has been on the wall for a while now, since the company's "AirPort" ...