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MoviePass is deader than ever as parent company officially goes bankrupt Entertainment 

MoviePass is deader than ever as parent company officially goes bankrupt

In case you thought the MoviePass saga would remain a smoldering heap of yesterday’s news from here on out, guess again. Helios and Matheson Analytics, the theater subscription service’s parent company, has at last filed for bankruptcy, according to The Wrap. While that may sound like it signals the complete end of all things MoviePass, there’s one interesting wrinkle: the company may owe subscribers a total of more than $1.2 million. “As a result of filing the Petition, a Chapter 7 trustee will be appointed by the Bankruptcy Court to…

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Fire TV streaming devices are all on sale at Amazon News 

Fire TV streaming devices are all on sale at Amazon

If you’re looking to enhance your TV with a new streaming device, Amazon’s new Fire TV sale may be able to help you out. The online retailer has discounted its second generation Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Cube, and Fire TV Recast for a short time. The basic Fire TV Stick comes with Alexa built into the remote, and allows you to turn any TV into a Smart, streaming TV. You can watch thousands of channels and use apps like Netflix, YouTube, Apple TV, and Prime…

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Secured personal loans: What you need to know News 

Secured personal loans: What you need to know

If you need to borrow money, one of the more popular options is to take out a secured loan. With this form of funding, the borrower uses an asset as collateral to back up the loan. A variety of items can be used to secure a loan, including real estate, vehicles, stocks, mutual funds or an insurance policy. Lenders most often look for assets that are easily sold and worth about the same as the amount being borrowed. A lien is put on the asset until the loan is paid…

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Everywhere You Can Get Cheap & Free Pie for National Pie Day News 

Everywhere You Can Get Cheap & Free Pie for National Pie Day

It’s not rude, even on National Pie Day, to suggest that pie is the Ed McMahon to cake’s Johnny Carson. If dessert was 90s Must-See TV Thursday, cake would be Friends and pie would be, I don’t know, Union Square? Nonetheless, you’re going to have dessert and you weren’t going to just shut the TV off between Friends and Seinfield. January 23 is National Pie Day and it’s a day where you can give pie a little extra respect, maybe not make cheap jokes about it just because you’d rather have a slice of cake. Instead,…

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Starbucks sets new sustainability goals for the decade News 

Starbucks sets new sustainability goals for the decade

Starbucks announced today that it’s going to slash the greenhouse gases it emits and waste it sends to landfills in half over the next decade. It’s also committing to conserving or replenishing 50 percent of all the water it draws for its operations and coffee production by 2030. The company also unveiled longer-term strategies to get greener, like switching to reusable packaging and putting more plant-based products on its menu. But it hasn’t yet set a deadline on those initiatives, and there are few details on how the company is…

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Find the WiFi Password For Almost Any Airport Lounge Using This Free Map News 

Find the WiFi Password For Almost Any Airport Lounge Using This Free Map

Fortunately, we’re at a point where most of the airports in the United States offer free WiFi in some form. Yes, sometimes you have to watch an ad to get there, but it’s there. That said, sometimes you end up an airport that doesn’t have WiFi, or one that has free WiFi that’s restricted by a time limit. For times like those, the WiFox Google Map can help.  With it, you can search for any airport in the world and see how to connect to the WiFi there. In some cases, you’re just going…

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Amazon may offer hand recognition payments to other stores News 

Amazon may offer hand recognition payments to other stores

Amazon’s rumored hand recognition payment tech might be useful beyond paying for produce at Whole Foods. Wall Street Journal sources say the company is developing hand-based checkout terminals that it would sell to “coffee shops, fast-food restaurants” and other stores that tend to have repeat customers, not just Whole Foods. It’s also clearer as to how the technology might work. The system would reportedly start by linking your payment card to your hand, asking you to insert your old-school plastic and scan your hand before you could pay using your…

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Nation-state hackers increasingly target organizations News 

Nation-state hackers increasingly target organizations

A new report from Radware has revealed that organizations are increasingly targeted by nation-state hackers with 25 percent of respondents attributing attacks against their businesses to cyberwarefare or nation-state activity. Back in 2018, just 19 percent of organizations believed they were attacked by a nation-state but that figure increased to 27 percent in 2019. Additionally companies in North America were more like to report nation-state attribution at 36 percent. Chief marketing officer at Radware, Anna Convery-Pelletier provided further insight on the firm’s 2019-2020 Global Application & Networking Security Report in…

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Google may soon let you record phone calls on Android Technology 

Google may soon let you record phone calls on Android

I’m pretty sure most of have wished we could record our phone calls at one point or the other. I often interview people over the phone, and it’s annoying to have to jerryrig a microphone setup. Maybe you want proof of a spam caller’s harassment. Or maybe you just want to give that you want to give your bank a taste of its own medicine and record your conversation for quality assurance. Google’s Phone app, used in Pixel and Android One devices, may soon let you (again). Mishaal Rahman over…

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AT&T will have 15 5G phones in 2020, cover 200 million people by summer Technology 

AT&T will have 15 5G phones in 2020, cover 200 million people by summer

AT&T’s 5G network is currently live for consumers with one phone that only works on its low-band service. As 2020 rolls on expect that number to dramatically change, as Chris Penrose, AT&T’s senior vice president of Advanced Mobility and Entertainment Solutions, told CNET on Wednesday at CES that the company plans to have 15 5G phones this year. Most of the phones will be capable of taking advantage of AT&T’s low-band 5G spectrum as well as its higher-frequency millimeter wave. Additional devices like laptops, tablets and hotspots will also be…

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