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Samsung Galaxy S10 now comes with premium YouTube Music, Spotify Entertainment 

Samsung Galaxy S10 now comes with premium YouTube Music, Spotify

Samsung has teamed up with two of the biggest names in the music streaming industry to provide access to their gallery from the Galaxy S10 phone. Both deals offer some of the best in streaming services today. YouTube Music and Spotify are being offered a few months of premium access for free. Starting with YouTube, you can enjoy four months of ad-free use on your new Galaxy S10 phone, Galaxy Fold, and Galaxy Tab S5e. YouTube Premium includes access to YouTube and YouTube Music without any ad interruption. The Samsung Galaxy…

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6 ways to watch TV online for free Entertainment 

6 ways to watch TV online for free

No money in the budget for a cable subscription? Or even for Hulu, arguably the best streaming-TV bargain at $5.99? Fear not: As long as you’ve got internet, you can enjoy a wealth of free TV. Granted, you may not be able to binge-watch entire seasons, nor will you be able to access every show you want to see. But you might be surprised at how much content is available online, and how many options you have for viewing it. There are, of course, some limitations. Many networks, for example, won’t let…

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Google Doodle celebrates World Wide Web’s 30th birthday Featured 

Google Doodle celebrates World Wide Web’s 30th birthday

Thirty years ago Tuesday, 33-year-old software engineer Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal to his boss that would set the technology world on fire and usher in the information age. Berners-Lee was working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) outside of Geneva, Switzerland, in 1989 when he submitted Information Management: A proposal. It was a proposal to better manage and monitor the flow of research at the labs, but within its pages were the underpinnings for what would become known as the World Wide Web. Google, which was made…

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Sprint blasts AT&T for using ‘fake 5G’ in full-page New York Times ad News 

Sprint blasts AT&T for using ‘fake 5G’ in full-page New York Times ad

As exciting as the roll out of 5G is, the reality is that most consumers will have to wait quite a while before they find themselves in an area with 5G support. T-Mobile, as a quick example, recently announced that its 5G service won’t launch until the latter half of 2019. In the interim, AT&T has taken a somewhat sneaky approach with respect to 5G. In a move that can appropriately be categorized as deceitful and misleading, AT&T has started replacing the 4G icon on select devices with a 5G…

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