Barbra Streisand Siri Jimmy Fallon

Barbra Streisand tells Jimmy Fallon about her beef with Siri

Barbra Streisand tells Jimmy Fallon about her beef with Siri

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We heard a few days ago that Barbra Streisand decided to pick up the phone and call none other than Tim Cook to demand a certain update in Siri. She wasn’t happy with the way Siri pronounces her name, and the Apple CEO obliged, letting her know that it’ll all be fixed come September 30th. Naturally, all tech blogs speculated that we’re going to get a new version of iOS on that date, likely the first iOS 10 release, though it would be a little late compared to Apple’s usual iOS rollout. But this isn’t about that at all. No, we’re just going to take a look at Streisand explaining the entire thing to Jimmy Fallon. More →

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Learn how to develop apps for iOS 10 before anyone else

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Learn how to develop apps for iOS 10 before anyone else

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iOS 10’s launch is upon us, and that means developers are scrambling to master the update’s new features. With The Complete iOS 10 Developer course, you can get the hang of this landmark update by making your own apps from the ground up. For a limited time, this course is on sale for only $25. More →

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New Movie Trailers Aug. 26

14 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

By on August 27, 2016 at 12:00 PM.

14 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

Get comfortable as we have quite a few new movie trailers to check out today, including a few horror stories that might make you shriek, and a few pictures based on true stories. Yes, before you ask, there is one horror movie in our list that’s actually based on real-life events.

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Cheap iPhone Flash Drive

Amazon sale slashes prices of 32GB and 64GB iPhone flash drives, now starting at $30

By on August 27, 2016 at 10:30 AM.

Amazon sale slashes prices of 32GB and 64GB iPhone flash drives, now starting at $30

Apple’s iPhone lineup is sleek and well-designed, featuring a hot look that rivals often imitate. iPhones are also lightning-fast and iOS is a fantastic mobile platform with hundreds of thousands of great apps to support it. Where the iPhone falls short, however, is in the storage department — but the BGR Deals team is here to help.

We’ve got coupon codes that will save you a few extra bucks on a 32GB or 64GB iPhone flash drive, making it easy to offload photos and videos to clear up space for more files. More →

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Fake Amazon Sellers

How to not get scammed on Amazon

By on August 27, 2016 at 9:00 AM.

How to not get scammed on Amazon

Amazon is the biggest online retailer in the US, but it’s also not without problems. One of the ways Amazon became so big was by opening up its distribution network to third-party retailers, who use Amazon’s warehouses and website to sell their own products.

Buying from these retailers means you’re not buying from Amazon proper, and that means you can be burned.

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Move your career forward with training as a Citrix admin

By on August 27, 2016 at 8:50 AM.

Move your career forward with training as a Citrix admin

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Trying to climb the IT career ladder? Nothing broadcasts your skill to employers quite like a shiny new certification. For only $49, the Complete Citrix Enterprise Bundle will help you get certified as a Citrix administrator, and you’ll learn the skills IT pros use to keep computer environments running smoothly. More →

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Captain America: Civil War Bloopers

These ‘Captain America: Civil War’ bloopers will brighten up your weekend

By on August 26, 2016 at 10:00 PM.

These ‘Captain America: Civil War’ bloopers will brighten up your weekend

Next week is going to be exceptionally busy, with Apple slated to reveal the iPhone 7 and Sony preparing to announce a slim PS4 alongside a “high-end” PS4. For those of us who cover the worlds of technology and entertainment, it’s important to relieve as much stress as possible the weekend before big events, which is why I’m watching this new Captain America: Civil War blooper reel on repeat.

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Spotify Vs Apple Music

Report: Spotify punishes artists who give exclusives to Apple Music

By on August 26, 2016 at 8:30 PM.

Report: Spotify punishes artists who give exclusives to Apple Music

With Apple working overtime in an effort to attract new subscribers to Apple Music, and steal away users from Spotify in the process, the company has doubled down on artist exclusives as a marketing strategy. Over the past few months, Apple has successfully managed to convince a number of big name artists like Drake and Frank Ocean to release new albums exclusively on Apple Music.

Predictably, Spotify isn’t a fan of Apple’s business strategy and has reportedly begun retaliating against artists who opt to release exclusives on Apple Music. According to a recent report from Bloomberg, artists who get into bed with Apple may discover that their content becomes harder for users to find on Spotify.

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Sprint's Unlimited Plan

Sprint proves it doesn’t understand what ‘unlimited’ means

By on August 26, 2016 at 7:00 PM.

Sprint proves it doesn’t understand what ‘unlimited’ means

Sprint and T-Mobile both recently released unlimited data plans that aren’t actually unlimited — you can use a whole bunch of data, but you are limited to streaming SD-quality video and slow speeds for gaming. As part of a new plan that Sprint is offering you can now pay $20 a month more to stream video in full HD and game faster.

This plan is called Unlimited Freedom Premium, which pretty much goes to show that Sprint didn’t understand the meaning of the word “Unlimited” in the first place.

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The ‘Freelance Business Kickstart’ course equips you with all the tools to successfully breaking from the 9-to-5

By on August 26, 2016 at 6:50 PM.

The ‘Freelance Business Kickstart’ course equips you with all the tools to successfully breaking from the 9-to-5

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Being a freelancer might seem intimidating, but it actually affords you freedom that most folks in conventional jobs don’t experience. While succeeding as a freelancer isn’t easy, you can make the most of your career with the right knowhow.

The ‘Freelance Business Kickstart’ course will help you launch your own freelance business in any industry, and it’s on sale for only $18. More →

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Britney Spears Carpool Karaoke

Britney Spears returns to promote her new album on Carpool Karaoke

By on August 26, 2016 at 6:30 PM.

Britney Spears returns to promote her new album on Carpool Karaoke

If there is a viral late night talk show segment more consistent than Carpool Karaoke, I haven’t seen it. Month in and month out, Late Late Show host James Corden continues to send the internet into a frenzy with his latest celebrity guest, from artists such as Gwen Stefani and Adele to First Lady Michelle Obama.

This week’s guest: Britney Spears. Although each and every one of the guests has been greeted with a great deal of enthusiasm, Britney Spears brings more nostalgia with her than anyone who has ever appeared on the segment before.

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Android Nougat Features

Simple free app enables Android 7.0’s hidden Night Mode

By on August 26, 2016 at 6:00 PM.

Simple free app enables Android 7.0’s hidden Night Mode

Truth be told, no one really knows whether or not features like “Night Mode” actually help you sleep better at night. Although the jury is still out, there’s no question that reducing the amount of blue light cast be your smartphone’s display is easier on the eyes in the dark. Apple introduced its “Night Shift” feature in iOS 9, allowing users to automatically or manually cut out a configurable amount of blue light from their screens. Google’s newly released Android 7.0 Nougat operating system has a similar feature baked in, but for some reason Google decided to keep the feature hidden in its new release.

Of course, you knew that third-party developers Android developers wouldn’t let this sweet new feature stay hidden for long. More →

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