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Netflix jacks up monthly price $1 for new customers - Existing customers keep old rate

Netflix will increase its monthly subscription price $1 for all new customers. Meanwhile, existing customers will continue to pay the old rate of $7.99 a month for the service for two more years before the price increases for them, too.

Internet May 11, 2014

ZTE Open C with Firefox OS hits eBay for $99

The ZTE Open C smartphone just popped up on eBay for the bargain price of $99. The Open C sports Firefox OS 1.3 and low-end specifications. For fans of Firefox OS, the ZTE Open C is a very good deal.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 9, 2014

OMsignal flexes its muscles with biometric workout clothes

OMsignal just released biometric workout shirts that measure your heart rate, the calories you're burning and other signs of progress. The "biometric smartwear" is geared towards fitness geeks who want to keep track of their activity level without being loaded down with sensors, smartphones or fitness bands.

Wearable Tech May 9, 2014

Forget Sephora! Now you can print gorgeous makeup with Mink, a 3D makeup printer

Lies are cheap and makeup is expensive. That's why Harvard student Grace Choi decided to create Mink, a 3D printer that prints any kind of makeup in any shade. Choi says Mink will soon be available for around $300.

Gadgets May 8, 2014

Moves breaks its promise, sends user data to Facebook - Should you delete it?

Moves disappointed its users recently when it announced that some user data will now be shared with Facebook. Shortly after Facebook bought Moves, the company promise it wouldn't share the data with the giant social network.

Apps/Software May 8, 2014

Evernote pairs up with LinkedIn to scan and save business card info

Every business card Evernote users photograph from now on will scan and save the card's information, as well as other information from that person's LinkedIn account. Just by photographing a business card, Evernote users will be able to see all the pertinent information on that person's LinkedIn account.

Apps/Software May 8, 2014

Huawei Ascend P7 debuts with iPhone-like design and customized Android OS

Huawei finally introduced a high-end smartphone worth having with the Ascend P7. With a beautiful design, quality specifications and a gorgeous customizable version of Android OS, the Ascend P7 is one of the nicest looking Android smartphones out there. will it ever come to the United States?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 7, 2014

Navy hands out NeRD e-readers with no Wi-Fi - 99 bottles of beer on the wall

What's a Navy sailor to do marooned underwater in a submarine with no iPad, no smartphone and no books? Previously counting sheep or singing "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall" were the only reasonable options, but now, the U.S. Navy is handing out NeRD e-readers with hundreds of books and no Wi-Fi to sailors.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 7, 2014

Is Google in cahoots with the NSA? Email leak reveals a close relationship

Google may not be as good-hearted as previously thought. Newly leaked emails between Google executives and the NSA hint at a close relationship between the two back in 2011. Is Google's "Don't be evil" motto a sham?

Internet May 7, 2014

Manage your bookmarks with Google Stars - New preview leaks

Google wants to help organize your life with a new bookmark management tool for Chrome called Google Stars. The new service is expected to debut at Google I/O, but now a preview of Google Stars has leaked.

Internet May 6, 2014

Google Classroom app connects teachers and students - The dog ate my homework-NOT

Google in making great inroads with education in America. A new app for education, called Google Classroom, is designed to help students and teachers communicate about assignments and grades. Will Google take over the classroom one app at a time?

Apps/Software May 6, 2014

iSwatch or iWatch? Swatch complains Apple's smartwatch name is too similar

It ain't easy coming up with a cool name for a smartwatch. Apple thought it had the best one with iWatch, but now Swatch says the name is too similar to its iSwatch brand.

Wearable Tech May 6, 2014

Apple keeps hiring health tech professionals - Will Apple jump into fitness with the iWatch?

Apple appears to be on a major hiring spree in preparation for its health-focused iWatch. The high volume of new hires from the health tech industry has led many to speculate that Apple will branch out into health and fitness.

Apps/Software May 5, 2014

Harmonix marches to a different drum, puts new game Amplitude on Kickstarter

Game maker Harmonix wants to get people interested in more music-based games. Harmonix launched a Kickstarter project for a new game called Amplitude. Will it meet Harmonix's funding goal?

Video Games May 5, 2014

Apple vs. Samsung patent trial - Even the winner will have lost

The second Samsung-Apple patent trial is waiting on a verdict, but no matter which company wins, both sides have already lost. Both Apple and Samsung have lost valuable time and millions of dollars squabbling over who copied whose patents.

Legal May 4, 2014

Scared of IE? You might want to try Chrome or Firefox

Now that the U.S. government has issued a warning about Microsoft's Internet Explorer, users are starting to look at web browser alternatives. Although the IE problem has been patched, many still believe Chrome and Firefox are safer. Which one is best?

Internet May 3, 2014

Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Google break silence over government data collection

Edward Snowden set the world on fire when he revealed the government's extensive data collection from private citizens of the United States. Now, tech companies like Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft are fighting back.

Internet May 3, 2014

ZeniMax challenges Facebook for rights to Oculus Rift VR tech

Facebook and Oculus VR face a sticky situation, as ZeniMax claims that it owns the intellectual property rights to the Oculus Rift virtual reality technology. What will happen to the Facebook-Oculus deal now?

Deals May 2, 2014

This Snapchat will self-destruct in 3, 2, 1 - Snapchat adds video calls and vanishing chats

Snapchat is getting in on the vanishing act. A new feature will allow Snapchats to self-destruct once the conversation's over. Snapchat also added video calling to its mobile app. Watch out, WhatsApp!

Apps/Software May 2, 2014

Foursquare adds second app Swarm - Facebook Nearby Friends has some competition!

Foursquare split its app into two different ones. Now, users who want to search for places and explore can use Foursquare, while those who want to check in at specific places and share their location with friends will use the new app, Swarm.

Apps/Software May 1, 2014

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