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Why Does My Netflix Subscription Price Continue To Increase?

Netflix on Tuesday announced its largest price hike since launching its streaming business 12 years ago, upping subscription rates anywhere from 13 to 18 percent. Effective immediately for newbies and being phased in over three months for current... Read More

NBCUniversal joins the streaming wars

The golden age of cord-cutting keeps getting more golden: In addition to streaming services from giants like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, another entertainment mainstay announced plans on Monday to introduce a new streaming service of their own. That... Read More

iTunes Movies and TV Shows are coming to Samsung Smart TVs

Samsung Smart TV models will offer iTunes Movies and TV Shows and Apple AirPlay 2 support as of Spring 2019. The new iTunes Movies and TV Shows app will debut on Samsung Smart TVs in more than 100 countries, while AirPlay 2 support will be available... Read More

What we need to know about the 2018 Mac mini

The mini was unveiled during Apple’s recent media event. Apple has positioned its diminutive Mac at professional users, showing off hundreds of Mac minis working together, touting its capabilities as a server and even illustrating how well the... Read More

#NewBern @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time. Featured Guest: Ursula & Devon Moore join us to talk about their #RaceToSpeakUp... Read More

Apple Is Discontinuing Its Photo Print Service

Buried among all of this morning’s MacBook news was word that Apple will be pulling the plug on its Photo Print Products services. That tidbit was first noted by the folks at 9to5Mac, courtesy of an app pop-up noting that the service will sunset... Read More

The Best Travel App Is Facebook Local

Facebook Local is the social network’s latest app feeding from its plethora of information. However, instead of allowing you to publish pictures of babies that your other half didn’t want you posting, or lending data to Cambridge Analytica, Local... Read More

Apple: USB-C to replace Lightning?

Welcome to our mid-year Apple rumor roundup, popping up just in time for the company’s annual September product announcement. Because rumors have an odd tendency to be true around these parts, treat this article as a look at possible things to come.... Read More

#GDPR goes live in the U.S. – May 25th

On May 25, a new law called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is going into effect in the European Union. The law was created to protect EU citizens from potential abuses, like the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal. Though the timing may... Read More

News and Notes about #GDPR

Has your email inbox been filling up with privacy policy updates? It seems like every service, app or subscription I’ve signed up for (including more than a few I’ve forgotten about) is sending me one. And the reason is that on Friday, May 25,... Read More

#DeathBenefit @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks / Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time. Dr Michele Reed is away this weekend. FEATURED GUEST: Jay Neyer – Co-Founder of The... Read More

Apple’s original TV programming could start next March

Apple’s original TV programming has been lackluster so far, to say the least. Planet of the Apps? Don’t bother. Carpool Karaoke? Not much better. But the company isn’t giving up and, according to The New York Times, has a major... Read More

Updates For Meltdown And Spectre Flaws – Install Now!

Tech companies are scrambling to help consumers protect their personal information after two major flaws in computer chips came to light. The bugs — dubbed “Meltdown” and “Spectre” — threaten billions of devices, including... Read More

Apple And Amazon Eye James Bond Franchise

Apple and Amazon are both bidding for distribution rights to the iconic James Bond film franchise. MGM and Eon Productions own the film rights but aren’t involved in any distribution activities. Sony’s distribution deal for the franchise ended in... Read More

Reviewing Podcast Fans And Their Purchasing Power

There’s little doubt that podcasts, which have long been un-tethered from the iPod, are a media force to take note of. In fact, more than half of U.S. households are home to podcast fans—that’s more than 60 million homes. And while the reach of... Read More

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