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How to stop receiving iCloud calendar invite spam on your iPhone and Mac

November 28th at 8:00 PM

How to stop receiving iCloud calendar invite spam on your iPhone and Mac

An incredibly sinister new form of spam has infiltrated countless iPhones and iPads in recent weeks: fake iCloud calendar invites. Personally, I’ve been bombarded with fake invites for weeks, but many iOS users were confronted with the unfamiliar notifications for the first time over the holiday weekend.

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SoundCloud Go Black Friday

Black Friday through Cyber Monday: 90 days of SoundCloud Go for $1

November 25th at 9:01 PM

Black Friday through Cyber Monday: 90 days of SoundCloud Go for $1

Back in March, audio streaming site SoundCloud launched a subscription service called SoundCloud Go. By paying $9.99 a month, subscribers are able to listen to all 135+ million tracks on SoundCloud without ever hearing a single ad. They also have the ability to download any song, album or playlist for offline listening.

Although the monthly subscription typically costs $9.99, from now until Monday, new members can sign up for 3 months of service for just $1.

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Facebook WhatsApp Data Collection

You can apparently force Facebook to stop collecting WhatsApp data

November 17th at 9:01 PM

You can apparently force Facebook to stop collecting WhatsApp data

If you’re living in Europe and you’re unhappy with the fact that Facebook-owned WhatsApp started sharing data with its parent company in spite of saying it would never do it, then you’re in luck. It looks like Facebook can be stopped from gathering even more data about you through WhatsApp. More →

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AT&T Stream Saver

AT&T now has a bad version of T-Mobile’s unlimited Netflix plan

November 14th at 8:30 PM

AT&T now has a bad version of T-Mobile’s unlimited Netflix plan

One of T-Mobile’s headline features in its self-titled “war on cell carriers” is the Binge On feature, which allows you unlimited video streaming from most services like Netflix and YouTube. The tradeoff is that the video only streams in standard definition, rather than HD.

AT&T has decided to copy Binge On with a new program called Stream Saver — only, it’s missing the most important (and alluring) part of the Binge On deal.

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Election Day 2016 Where To Vote

Election Day 2016: Where should you go to vote?

November 8th at 6:50 AM

Election Day 2016: Where should you go to vote?

It’s finally that day, folks! The ultimate Pokemon confrontation: Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton. But it all seriousness, the choice you make today will certainly affect your life in the immediate future, and probably even further down the road. So go out and vote! Oh, you have no idea where to do it? There’s a handy Google trick for that. More →

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Internet Usage

Mobile internet usage surpasses desktop usage for the first time in history

November 2nd at 10:35 PM

Mobile internet usage surpasses desktop usage for the first time in history

For the first time in history, more users last month accessed the web from mobile devices like smartphones and tablets than they did from desktops or notebooks. According to data released by StatCounter earlier this week, 51.3% of all web visits last month came from mobile devices compared to 48.7% of visits from traditional computing platforms.

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