In an attempt to adapt to the current trends of mobile Internet usage, Spotify is said to be on the verge of unveiling a free version of its music streaming service, with ads, of course. The details, however, might make the heads of users spin and might actually tarnish Spotify’s reputation. Offering a free streaming is no easy business, especially when one wants to stay on the good side of labels and record companies
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youVerify is a new app for iPhone that aims to help reassure buyers that sellers aren't just trying to scam them. Anyone that's ever dealt with selling electronics on eBay or Craigslist is probably well aware of how many scammers there are out there. youVerify works by verifying not only you, but the products you're trying to sell
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There's a new BlackBerry Jam coming to town. Well, the internet actually, but that's the perfect venue for this one
Back when iOS 7 was unveiled there was no shortage of opinions on its looks to be found around the internet. Some people liked the general look of it and some people felt it was is a bit too much. A mixed bag I guess you could say as was to be expected considering it was quite a turnaround difference from that of iOS 6
People with tablets might want to use their devices to connect to the Internet from time to time but don’t want to be tied down to a full two-year contract. Verizon might just have the right thing with a new low-cost daily prepaid plan made especially for this type of mobile users. This daily prepaid plan starts at a very low price of $5, which gives the subscriber 300 MB of data
Mac buyers guide: How to choose the best new Mac desktop - the small but powerful Mac mini, the elegant all-in-one iMac, or the new Mac superpower, the Mac Pro Not everyone needs or wants the portability a Mac laptop has to offer. For everyone else, Apple makes desktop models, ranging in price from Apple's cheapest system to its most expensive
LG has been showing off the self healing ability of the G Flex smartphone recently. The video they released had the handset being scuffed with a bronze brush in even strokes, which as many decided — that may not be an accurate real world test
Finishing ahead of its self-imposed year-end deadline, Google ‘s security engineer Dan Dulay announced that the tech giant has successfully upgraded all its SSL certificates to the longer 2048-bit RSA. In the meantime, Yahoo is also stepping up its security game and plans to encrypt both internal and user data starting in the first quarter of 2014. Security and privacy have always been within the interests of geeks, especially system administrators