Tuesday, January 19, 2016

IT News Head Lines (Digital Trends) 20/01/2016

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Everything you need to know about the BlackBerry Priv Android phone
BlackBerry's new phone is a slider called the Priv, and it runs Android. Its the company's first Android smartphone, but it still has a full keyboard. Here are all the specs, pricing, and availability info you need to know about the BlackBerry Priv.
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Like the song you’re hearing at Starbucks? Now you can save it to Spotify
Last year Starbucks and Spotify announced a multiyear partnership, and now we're seeing the first fruits from that deal, including the ability to save songs you hear to Spotify, at over 7,500 Starbucks locations throughout the U.S.
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Tidal charged former subscribers, automatically reactivated their accounts
Some former subscribers to the Tidal music streaming services were in for a shock yesterday, as they found their accounts automatically reactivated and the cards associated with the accounts charged $20.
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Oh no! A handful of old Samsung Galaxy smartphones have been banned, thanks to Apple
Oh no! The U.S. District Court has banned a handful of old and retired Samsung Galaxy smartphones from the United States. The ruling comes about three years too late to have much of an impact, with the Galaxy S3 being the newest device on the list.
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Toyota's eco-friendly Prius gets a dose of attitude with new GT300 racer
The Toyota Prius probably isn't what most people would choose to base a race car on, but where there's a will, there's a way. This heavily-modified Prius will race in Japan's Super GT series.
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Samsung has tweaked the Galaxy Note 5’s design to fix S Pen problems
There is a right way and a wrong way to insert the S Pen stylus into a Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Doing it wrong used to result in damage to the device, but Samsung has changed the design to put and end to such problems.
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Samsung is now mass producing next-gen, high-bandwidth chips
With AMD and Nvidia both planning big GPU launches later this year, they're going to need High Bandwidth Memory, so fortunately for them and us, Samsung has now begun mass producing HBM2.
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Huawei P9 range rumors and news leaks
Rumors are gathering Huawei is working on the successor to the P8, it's gorgeous 2015 flagship smartphone. The P9 may also be joined by the P9 Max, plus several other P9 phones, and we've got all the rumors and leaks right here.
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Subaru’s performance push begins with STI-tuned variants of the Levorg and the XV
Subaru has shown the world what its STI division is capable of with two new concepts. Based on the XV and the Levorg, respectively, the concepts reveal that STI's transformation into a full-fledged, performance-oriented sub-brand is under way.
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Ditch the delivery: GE just figured out a way to put a pizza oven inside your kitchen
It's not delivery, or DiGiorno. GE's Monogram Pizza Oven lets you craft pizzeria-quality pies at home by baking them at insanely hot temperatures as high as 1,200 degrees.
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HTC might be planning to spin off virtual reality division
After a run of unsuccessful mobile launches, HTC might be banking on its virtual reality division for the future of the company. A new report says that the Taiwanese company is planning to spin off the division.
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Adidas unveils eye-catching laceless soccer shoe for better ball control
If you can put the dazzling color to one side for a moment, then these new laceless soccer shoes from Adidas are sure to impress. The company says it designed the shoes for players keen for a clean, more accurate strike of the ball.
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Twitter users experiencing outages worldwide on both the Web and mobile apps
What was once quite common has come as a shock to many, as Twitter is experiencing sporadic outages worldwide this morning. For now, users might have to find another way to kill a few minutes.
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We may get another two Nexus phones in 2016, both built by HTC
After working with LG and Huawei last year, Google might be planning to partner with HTC for two Nexus devices in 2016. It would be the first time Google has partnered with HTC on a mobile since 2010.
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Toshiba’s robot arms called in to help with hazardous Fukushima clean-up
A variety of robots have so far helped out inside the debris-strewn and radiation-filled reactor buildings of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant. The latest, from Toshiba, is a giant, remotely operated three-armed crane designed to handle spent fuel rods.
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Social network Friends Reunited is set to close down
One of the first hit online social networks, Friends Reunited, will close in the near future, after opening its doors back in 2000. The site has changed owners several times, and had new features introduced, but has never regained its initial popularity.
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20 movies coming out in 2016 you may not know about, but should
Looking beyond the 2016 blockbusters, here are 20 movies you might not have heard a lot about yet, but you'll probably want to keep an eye out for them this year at your favorite theater.
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Still fighting Uber, London cabbies launch $850K crowdfunding campaign for legal battle
Frustrated by a lack of progress in its fight against Uber, London black-cab drivers are hoping a new crowdfunding campaign will pull in enough cash to mount a new legal bid that could ultimately lead to Uber facing the same regulations as its own industry.
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Apple about to raise app prices in seven countries, including Canada
Thanks to fluctuating exchange rates, Apple has decided to push up app prices in its online stores in seven countries, including Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa. The new price plan will be in place by the end of the week.
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Hannibal Buress, Jimmy Carr, Patton Oswalt comedy specials coming to Netflix
Netflix has confirmed the early 2016 release dates for four new stand-up comedy specials, including ones from Hannibal Buress, Jimmy Carr, Theo Von, and Patton Oswalt, starting next month.
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Ice Cube: N.W.A. may reunite at Coachella this year
The Compton, CA-originated group N.W.A. brought gangsta rap to the mainstream in the late '80s. The group featured Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, MC Ren, DJ Yella, and Arabian Prince.
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Eagles co-founder and guitarist Glenn Frey has died at age 67
Glenn Frey died at 67 due to complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis, and pneumonia. A co-founder of the Eagles, he co-wrote Hotel California and some of the group's other '70s soft rock hits.
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The stunning Manifesto concept wins Ferrari’s Top Design School Challenge
The winners of Ferrari’s Top Design School Challenge have been announced. The overall prize went to the Manifesto of France’s ISD-Rubika school, whose entry features a unique door mechanism and sleek styling.
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5 winter-driving tips to survive the slippery, snowy streets
The winter solstice has come and gone in the North, which means the roads are more dangerous than ever. Inside, we’ve compiled a list of helpful tips to keep you and your ride safe under frosty conditions.
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Robots expected to replace some five million jobs by 2020
A "Fourth Industrial Revolution," characterized by unprecedented "developments in genetics, artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing, and biotechnology," may soon be upon us, replacing five million jobs by 2020.
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The 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards ceremony brought the laughs, and the booze
The 2016 Critics' Choice Awards, which aired last night on A&E, brought forth the laughs, with highlights from Judd Apatow, Amy Schumer, an adorable speech from Room's Jacob Tremblay, and Tweets with drinks.
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Pick furniture as a family (or just play air hockey) on this 40-inch tablet table
Cima NanoTech wants to make coffee tables that are interactive by putting large touchscreens in them. Instead of fighting over a tablet, kids could collaborate over the coffee table.
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Date with Uncle Sam? Here are 6 of the best sites for e-filing your taxes
E-filing your taxes online can save you time, money, and a good deal of aggravation. Check out our quick breakdown of some of the best tax-preparation software available, whether you're filing on behalf of your business or want your federal return.
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The new Wikimedia Endowment will try to keep Wikipedia free for another 15 years
The Wikimedia Foundation has just launched the Wikimedia Endowment, which will serve as a “permanent safekeeping fund” that hopes to diminish Wikipedia's reliance upon ad hoc donations. The goal is to raise $100 million over the next decade.
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Supercomputers have names and NCAR's new one is named Cheynne
Named Cheyenne for the Native American tribe and the city in which the facility is located, the powerful new computer will be used to study data from climate change to wildfires, and everything in between.
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