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NextGen releases free “Your Countdown” App

Simple, Fast and FREE! Your Countdown to your favorite holidays and events!  Customizable with pre-loaded holidays and over 50 beautiful backgrounds! No Advertisements, NO in-app purchases, 100% [...]

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Mycroft Mark II Open-source Echo rival respects your privacy and doesn’t want to sell you anything

Mycroft Mark II (shorthanded to Mycroft from now on) is the second edition of a smart speaker, originally crowdfunded back in 2015. The original was based on the same principles, but was packaged [...]

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Some People Have a Big Complaint With Apple’s $1,000 iPhone X

After shelling out for the latest iPhone, some users are finding the device doesn’t perform its most basic function: taking calls. A growing number of users reported that the iPhone X touchscreen [...]

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New Twitter API lets developers sift through every tweet in history

Twitter has steadily improved its API offerings. In step with this trend, it just launched a new API endpoint that allows developers to parse every Tweet currently on the social networking site.

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eBay ditches PayPal!

eBay ditches PayPal for Dutch payment provider Adyen

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Facebook collects the text you type, even if you decide against posting it

Ever written out a status update or comment but decided against posting it? A tech consultant has discovered Facebook collects this content, despite the company’s claims to the contrary. [...]

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Apple Watch sells out in 6 hours

All Apple Watch models in the US sold out in just six hours, according to 9to5Mac, and shipping time for the devices is delayed by four to six weeks. At the official Apple Watch launch event last [...]

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Apple Watch in-store reservations begin April 10

Apple on Friday updated its online store with instructions on how to purchase the Apple Watch, reiterating that the wrist-worn device can be ordered online or reserved for in-store pickup. The [...]

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Periscope update keeps viewers from showing up at your house

Twitter's video-streaming app Periscope may have buried Meerkat's hopes of being the go-to way to show the world your office refrigerator. But until today, it had a rather scary privacy issue. [...]

Like it or not… Twitter is now placing ads in user profiles

Twitter is bringing promoted tweets, the app’s signature ad unit, to people’s profile pages as part of a new test. That means when you visit the page of another user, you may find a targeted [...]