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Retailers Ban Confederate Flag, Use Messenger Without Facebook, & More… [tech News Digest]

Confederate flags disappear, Messenger drops Facebook, DriveClub arrives, Eternify trolls Spotify, Reddit turns 10, and Super Mario meets Game of Thrones. Amazon & eBay Ban Confederate Flag Online retailers including Amazon and eBay are banning all sales of Confederate flags. In doing so, they join bricks-and-mortar stores such as Walmart and Sears, which banned sales […]

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Microsoft Commits To Windows 10 Mobile, Youtube Ads You Can’t Skip… [tech News Digest]

Microsoft hasn’t given up on Windows 10 Mobile, YouTube launches unskippable ads, Microsoft releases Word Flow for iPhone, Amazon improves FreeTime Unlimited, and Apple extols the virtues of onions. Windows 10 Mobile Is Still a Thing Microsoft’s mobile ambitions appear to have waned of late. Windows 10 Mobile was nowhere to be seen at Build […]

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Samsung Buying Blackberry Denials, Google Reveals Project Ara Prototype [tech News Digest]

Samsung wants BlackBerry, Google reveals Project Ara, Facebook restricts violence, Lightroom Mobile on Android, MySpace isn’t dead, and why you should never rely on your smartphone alarm. All Your BlackBerry Belong To Samsung What if Blackberry is to Samsung what Next was to Apple? Bahahahahahaha sorry couldn’t keep a straight face — Kyle Russell (@kylebrussell) […]

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Gmail Passwords Leak Online, Microsoft Drops Windows Phone, And More… [tech News Digest]

Also, California protects negative reviews, Deezer lands in the U.S., a Street View of the Pyramids, the 3DS which looks like a NES, and a Rube Goldberg machine lights the way. Millions Of Passwords Published Online The login credentials for around 5 million Gmail accounts have been leaked online, but thankfully this isn’t as serious […]

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Launching The Google Hardware Store, Play Cards Against Humanity Online [tech News Digest]

The new Google Store, Cards Against Humanity, extended iTunes downtime, an updated Chromebook Pixel, Jay Z starts streaming, and the notion of a troll-free Internet. Google Launches the Google Store Google is serious enough about hardware at this point that it has launched a dedicated online store packed full of branded devices. All Google hardware […]

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Logitech Bricks Devices, Offers Free Replacements

Logitech is intentionally bricking Harmony Link devices in March 2018. This means your Harmony Link will “no longer function after this date”. However, after the backlash that followed this announcement, Logitech is offering a Harmony Hub to all Harmony Link owners for free. All hardware manufacturers stop supporting their products eventually. It’s the only way […]