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6 ways Blinkist can help you start reading more ASAP

6 ways Blinkist can help you start reading more ASAP

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No time to read the latest best-sellers? Think again. If you have 15 minutes, you can catch up on your reading list, thanks to Blinkist Premium. We're offering a one-year subscription for just $29.99 (£20), a savings of 62 per cent, at Pocket-lint Deals.... >>

Uber will deliver ice cream to you for free today: This is how to get it

Uber will deliver ice cream to you for free today: This is how to get it

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It's summertime, and it's hot out (well, supposed to be anyway). The Uber team knows this and believes the best way to cool off (and to get you to use its app) is to offer a global promotion on 24 July. Called Uber Ice Cream, it's all about delivering... >>

Meerkat now lets you livestream from a GoPro: Here's how it works

Meerkat now lets you livestream from a GoPro: Here's how it works

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Meerkat doesn't want you using rival live-streaming apps, such as Twitter-owned Periscope, so it needs to come up with new ways to keep users interested, and it's latest attempt is a homerun. It teamed up with GoPro to let you broadcast your action-packed... >>

PayPal fuels Shell's new Fill Up & Go service, allowing app payments at the pump

PayPal fuels Shell's new Fill Up & Go service, allowing app payments at the pump

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Shell has today enabled a new pay at the pump system in the UK in partnership with PayPal. Unlike older systems that integrate a card payment terminal, the Fill Up & Go system lets you use PayPal to complete the transaction through your smartphone. Shell... >>

Pay what you want for over 73 hours of developer training

Pay what you want for over 73 hours of developer training

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  Waiting for the right time to learn how to code? The time has never been better, thanks to an amazing package of courses we’ve put together at Pocket-Lint Deals. We're offering lifetime access to seven programming courses, and right now you can pay... >>

Windows 1.0 to Windows 10: See how the interface has changed over the last 30 years

Windows 1.0 to Windows 10: See how the interface has changed over the last 30 years

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In November 1985 Microsoft released Windows 1.0 and the start of a long line of Windows operating systems begun. Originally called Windows Premiere Edition.1, the 16-bit graphical operating for the PC launched a new era of computing at the time and has... >>

GoPro is working on a video-editing mobile app, and it's coming this summer

GoPro is working on a video-editing mobile app, and it's coming this summer

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Everyone should have access to a solid video editor on their mobile devices, and in an attempt to meet that demand, GoPro is reportedly launching an app that will let people trim and share clips right from their phones. Tony Bates, GoPro's President,... >>

Send is a new email app from Microsoft that works a lot like a messenger

Send is a new email app from Microsoft that works a lot like a messenger

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Microsoft has launched a messenger app. Oh, wait - it's actually an email app. The app is called Send, and the whole idea behind Send is that email doesn't have to be so stiff and long-form. Instead of filling out a subject line, then adding attachments,... >>

Sky Sports will stream Premier League goals and highlights to your phone and tablet

Sky Sports will stream Premier League goals and highlights to your phone and tablet

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Sky has won Premier League rights to show clips from the forthcoming football season on mobile and online platforms. The clips can be shown "near-live" so smartphone, tablet and computer owners can watch highlights and goals almost as soon as they happen.... >>

There's now a Google Drive plugin for Microsoft Office in Windows

There's now a Google Drive plugin for Microsoft Office in Windows

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Everyone knows that Microsoft has a new company-wide vision with its new CEO, and part of that vision is getting its start productivity suite, Microsoft Office, running on and working with all the major platforms out there.Microsoft shocked the world... >>