Apple announces iOS 10

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Nikki Sixx ramps up protest against YouTube video royalties

Mötley Crüe co-founder Nikki Sixx has ramped up his campaign to get YouTube to pay better royalties to artists by writing directly to Larry Page, accusing the Google-owned video-sharing site of stonewalling musicians in negotiations.Sixx, along with James Michael and the rest of his current band

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Siri can now search for shows from USA, Syfy, E!, and Bravo on Apple TV

The latest Apple TV’s universal search is starting to get, well, pretty universal. Apple has added several more third-party streaming apps to the list of those that Siri can dig through to find TV shows. The

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Samsungs Latest Galaxy Phone Is Pretty Much Indestructible

You can’t kill this thingSamsungs latest ruggedised flagship phone was finally revealed last week after numerous leaks. Sure enough, its a lot chunkier (30g heavier and 2mm thicker) and whole lot uglier than the delicate Samsung Galaxy S7 that shares its name and innards.The question is, has this

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Microsoft to buy LinkedIn for $26.2B in cash, makes big move into enterprise social media

Huge news today in the world of M&A in enterprise and social networking services: Microsoft has announced that it is acquiring LinkedIn, the social network for professionals with some 433 million users, for $26 billion, or $196 per share, in cash. The transaction has already been approved by both

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Facebook turns on Safety Check in Orlando – first in U.S.

New York (CNN) Facebook has previously employed its Safety Check feature after emergencies in France, Belgium, Pakistan, Nigeria, India and other countries.Sunday’s attack in Orlando, Florida, triggered its first activation in the United States.The tool lets Facebook users in Orlando confirm that

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E3 2016: Every rumor, traile

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Startup lets landlords scan tenants’ Facebook to check if they can pay rent

A UK startup has developed software for landlords that lets them analyze potential tenants using data from their social media accounts. Score Assured claims its service is simply another way for renters to secure a house in competitive markets, but

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President Obama admits his new phone is an embarrassment

Technically Incorrect: Finally, he doesn’t have a BlackBerry. The new one, however, isn’t a smartphone as we know it.Technically Incorrect offers a

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Google backs the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (also known as the TPP) is a very controversial trade agreement among twelve countries around the world, and now it has a new ally in the form of one of the worlds largest companies: Google. We hope that the TPP can be a positive force and an important counterweight

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