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New Plex desktop app drops HTPC support and more

The development team responsible for creating the awesome Plex Media Player have announced this week that the latest desktop application has dropped HTPC support. Although the existing Plex Media Players with HTC support will continue to receive updates until January 30th, 2020, after which no more updates will be rolled …

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EE adds Spotify to its EE Music Data Pass

Mobile carrier EE has announced that it has added Spotify to its EE Music Data Pass, this means that anyone using Spotify on EE to stream music will not use any of their monthly data allowance if the have the Music Data Pass. The EE Music Data Pass is available …

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Chrome OS now supports virtual desktops

As well as fixing numerous bugs and providing enhancements, tweaks and new features the latest Chrome OS 76 release also finally brings support for virtual desktops to the operating system. Other features include the ability to view a list of changes as versions are released in the future. Previously you …

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New Sky Go app revealed

Sky has announced the launch of a new Sky Go app, the app has had an update with a range of new features and design changes. The updated Sky Go App is coming to iOS, Android the Sony PlayStation, the Xbox, Amazon Fire devices, the Amazon app store and the …

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Skip S3 electric scooter features new rugged design

Electric scooter design and manufacturing company Skip has introduced their new Skip S3 electric scooter. Designed to provide a more rugged scooter when compared to its previous generations. Features include swappable waterproof batteries, companion smartphone application, larger shock absorbing wheels, wider deck, new lighting, braking system and more. Check out …

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Facebook makes changes to Group privacy settings

Facebook has announced that it is making a number of changes to Facebook groups privacy settings, the company is also looking more actively moderate bad content. The company is changing its closed and secret groups to public and private and also adding in more tools to give group admins more …

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British Airways offering VR entertainment

British Airways will trial VR entertainment on certain first class flights from London Heathrow to New York JFK. From now until the end of the year, customers on these flights will have their own private 3D cinema. They can watch a variety of films, documentaries and travel shows in 2D, …

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AT&T and T-Mobile team up to fight scam robocalls

Two major U.S. carriers, AT&T and T-Mobile, announced this morning a plan to team up to protect their respective customer bases from the scourge of scam robocalls. The two companies will today begin to roll out new cross-network call authentication technology based on the STIR/SHAKEN standards — a sort of …

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THQ Nordic acquires Gunfire Games

THQ Nordic has today announced it has acquired game studio Gunfire Games and the team responsible for creating the Darksiders, Chronos and From Other Suns series of games and is a long-term developing partner of THQ Nordic. The acquisition of Gunfire Games includes the development studio that includes a team …

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Oculus co-founder Nate Mitchell leaves Facebook

It has been announced today that Oculus co-founder and software architect Nate Mitchell has left Facebook. Nate took to Reddit to make the announcement and wrote. Hey everyone — I have some bittersweet news to share with this community. After 7 incredible years, I’ve decided to move on from Oculus …

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