Month: September 2018

US bill modernizing music royalties only needs the President's signature

The House of Representatives has given the Senate's version of the Music Modernization Act two thumbs up, which means the bill is now heading to the White House. MMA will update rules regarding royalties and licensing when it comes to streaming in an… Source: Engadget | US bill modernizing music royalties only needs the President's …

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BTS And Jimmy Fallon Did Fortnite Dances 

K-pop supergroup BTS appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, performing “Idol” and as a special bonus “I’m Fine.” The group and talk show host also pulled off their best Fortnite dance moves.Read more… Source: Kotaku | BTS And Jimmy Fallon Did Fortnite Dances 

Instagram pushes notifications to Lite and web versions

Instagram's web version is still nowhere near as robust as its app, but the platform has slowly been adding more and more features to it these past few years. Now, it looks like Instagram has finally given it the power of notifications. Next time you… Source: Engadget | Instagram pushes notifications to Lite and web …

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Apple Pay to Be Available in 60% of U.S. Retail Locations by End of 2018

Apple Pay is expected to be available in 60 percent of retail locations in the United States by the end of the year, Apple’s VP of Apple Pay Jennifer Bailey told Fortune today in an interview at the company’s Brainstorm Reinvent Conference. Since Apple Pay’s 2014 introduction, Apple has worked to bring it to 24 …

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HP's voice-controlled Tango printer can be disguised as a book

Printers haven't really kept up with the times. Sure, you can print from your phone, but the devices aren't built for an always-connected world — and let's be honest, more than a few of them are eyesores that can feel like '90s throwbacks. HP beli… Source: Engadget | HP's voice-controlled Tango printer can be disguised …

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Lucid Motors will give owners access to VW's charging network

Lucid Motors' first electric car won't roll out of the factory until 2020, but you'll at least know where to charge it when it does arrive. The company has signed a preliminary deal that will give Lucid Air drivers access to VW's Electrify America c… Source: Engadget | Lucid Motors will give owners access to …

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Functional Apple-1 Computer Sells for $375,000 at Auction

A rare fully operational Apple-1 computer auctioned off by RR Auction at WeWorks in Boston today fetched a total of $375,000. The Apple-1 came from a person who purchased the machine from The Byte Shop, the store where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak originally sold the computers for $666.66. The seller used the Apple-1 to …

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Xbox One mouse and keyboard support is coming with Razer's help

Yes, the rumors were true. Microsoft has confirmed that it's weeks away from adding mouse and keyboard support to the Xbox One (initially for Insiders), and it's enlisting some help from none other than Razer. The gaming-oriented brand will provide… Source: Engadget | Xbox One mouse and keyboard support is coming with Razer's help

Cloud Saves Will Last Six Months After A Switch Online Subscription Ends

When Nintendo Switch Online launched last week, subscribers gained the ability to finally back up their save files. One question remained, though: what would happen if the subscription lapsed? Nintendo’s original support page FAQ was vague on the matter, but today the company confirmed they’ll last for six months.Read more… Source: Kotaku | Cloud Saves …

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