Tag Archives: internet

Quincy Jones has a streaming service for jazz documentaries

It's easy enough to find concert movies or music documentaries online, but watching them across various services is kind of a pain. Jazz legend Quincy Jones wants to help with that. Along with a French TV producer, Jones is launching Qwest TV

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The Twilight Zone reboot gets CBS All Access greenlight

CBS has announced that it will soon be the destination to watch a “The Twilight Zone” reboot with Jordan Peele among the executive producers on the series.

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14 Gifts So Pretty, You Don’t Need to Bother With Wrapping

Maybe she's tricky to shop for, or perhaps she just really appreciates aesthetics - whatever the case, you can never go wrong with a gift that appeals to her visual senses.

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Comcast’s xFi Advanced Gateway modem is now available nationwide

It's no secret that modems provided by your ISP can leave a lot to be desired. While we generally recommend you use your own hardware when it comes to your internet connection, plenty of people just go with the standard default modem and router

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NBA 2K eSports league qualifiers start January 1st

If you've been itching for an opportunity to participate in the officially sanctioned NBA 2K League when things get started in earnest this May, you now know what it'll take to pass muster: the eSports competition's Brendan Donahue has confirmed deta...

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Pinterest makes it easy to share pins on Facebook Messenger

Has it been while since you've chatted with a Messenger bot? If you use Pinterest religiously, you might be tempted pick up the habit again. The visual discovery social network has launched a Messenger bot and a chat extension that make it easier to...

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I’m Lucky Enough to Be a Shopping Editor, and These Are 11 Items I’m Loving This Week

Though this is the season to shop for others , I can't help but pick out a few things for myself as well.

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SEC Cyber Unit’s first charges target cryptocurrency fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission's new Cyber Unit has filed its first charges since being formed in September.

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Venezuela will start its own digital currency to beat sanctions

The authoritarian streak of Venezuela's recent leaders has cost the country dearly. Mismanagement and sanctions have crippled its infrastructure, its money is increasingly worthless and the public is fuming. President Maduro thinks he has a solutio...

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Google’s Allo messaging may link to your email account

Google has been going out of its way to keep Allo relevant, but there's been one glaring issue: you need a phone number to sign up. How's it going to compete with iMessage or Facebook Messenger if there needs to be a phone involved at some point?

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