Google launches YouTube Music and YouTube Premium

Google launches YouTube Music and YouTube Premium “Google is launching a new, premium streaming service called YouTube Music. The company is also replacing its YouTube Red premium video service with a new, all-encompassing YouTube Premium. YouTube Music is a premium music streaming service that does away with all of YouTube’s major annoyances: It offers an…

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GameStick – Big Screen Micro Games Console

GameStick – Big Screen Micro Games Console “Portable, Dynamic, Revolutionary: GameStick delivers an all-new big screen gaming experience. Play your favorite Android games in full HD and rediscover your love of play! Gamestick disagree that big screen gaming should be tied to one living room so they have worked to pack a powerful games device…

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Plastic Logic shows off ultra-thin and flexible displays

Plastic Logic shows off ultra-thin and flexible displays “In case you didn’t get the memo, flexible displays – like the PaperTab – are the future. Plastic Logic is one of the driving forces behind this mind-bending tech that sees flexible displays housed in ultra-thin form-factors in a bid to revolutionise the way we interact with…

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Internet Archive Starts Seeding 1,398,875 Torrents

Internet Archive Starts Seeding 1,398,875 Torrents “The Internet Archive has just enriched the BitTorrent ecosystem with well over a million torrent files, and that’s just the start of “universal access to all knowledge.” The torrents link to almost a petabyte of data and all files are being seeded by the Archive’s servers. Founder Brewster Kahle…

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Virgin Media names the first 80 tube stations to get WiFi hotspots

Virgin Media names the first 80 tube stations to get WiFi hotspots “Transport for London and Virgin Media have announced the first 80 London Underground stations that’ll receive free WiFi in time for the Olympics. By the end of July, users will be able to surf from the train platform, ticket offices and escalators —…

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Amazon launches Glacier archiving service, a cheap way to put your files on ice

Amazon launches Glacier archiving service, a cheap way to put your files on ice “Amazon’s S3 cloud service has proved a popular proposition, with many large web enterprises happily depending on it (most of the time) to serve up its content. Now, the internet retail giant is offering a similar product, aimed squarely at archives,…

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