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Contributor by Google lets you pay a monthly fee to hide online ads

Contributor by Google lets you pay a monthly fee to hide online ads

By 3 hours ago

Google is trying something new, and it's about how to monetise the web...without adverts. Shocking, right? Google's new thing is Contributor. Just think of it as an experiment. In fact, Google has described it as an experiment in additional ways to fund... >>

Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2014: Best deals and sales in the US

Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2014: Best deals and sales in the US

By 18 November 2014

Ah, 'tis the season again. It's time to check your bank accounts, do a little number crunching, and figure out how many pay cheques you have left before Christmas. All your extra money is probably going toward gifts, but lucky for you, there are plenty... >>

Best UK Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2014 deals

Best UK Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2014 deals

By 18 November 2014

Sales used to be a thing that was harshly only placed after Christmas, when you had everything you wanted or no money to buy what you did. Now the American wonders of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are starting to catch on in the UK there's a chance... >>

Skype coming to a browser near you, works without a dedicated client

Skype coming to a browser near you, works without a dedicated client

By 14 November 2014

Microsoft has announced that it will soon make available a version of Skype that runs in a browser. That means you will be able to just about use any device to make a Skype call or keep in touch with friends, family or colleagues, not just one with a... >>

Samsung considering own Netflix-style video streaming service

Samsung considering own Netflix-style video streaming service

By 14 November 2014

It seems every company wants a slice of Netflix's pie these days, with Samsung the latest to be reportedly about to dip its toe into the video streaming pool, with original content very much on the agenda. The Information claims that Samsung is preparing... >>

Taylor Swift only got $2 million from Spotify last year, record label denies claims it would make $6 million in 2015

Taylor Swift only got $2 million from Spotify last year, record label denies claims it would make $6 million in 2015

By 13 November 2014

In defence of Spotify's position in the erupting artist royalties row CEO Daniel Ek claimed that Taylor Swift, the most vocal opponent of the music streaming service, could stand to make $6 million (£3.81 million) next year if she decided to leave her... >>

What is YouTube Music Key, how much does it cost and where can I get it?

What is YouTube Music Key, how much does it cost and where can I get it?

By 13 November 2014

Google has just announced YouTube Music Key beta, a new way to pay for the music you love. After months of leaks and rumours, the new music video subscription service is now official. Google said you'll see a new home just for music on the YouTube app... >>

All trailers should be made like this: Sony and Google combine for 22 Jump Street cube

All trailers should be made like this: Sony and Google combine for 22 Jump Street cube

By 13 November 2014

Sony is pushing 22 Jump Street by announcing a virtual cube that doubles as a video player for clips from the film. And Google co-developed it. Google's Sydney Creative Lab developed an online video player last summer called Google Cube. The idea behind... >>

Facebook debuts 'Say Thanks' videos: Here's how to make one for your friends

Facebook debuts 'Say Thanks' videos: Here's how to make one for your friends

By 13 November 2014

Following the success of the Look Back video feature from earlier this year, Facebook has announced a similar experience in which you can once again create personalised video cards for your friends. The new video feature, called Say Thanks, comes two... >>

FCC delays net neutrality vote, as chairman becomes 'visibly frustrated' after Obama's plea

FCC delays net neutrality vote, as chairman becomes 'visibly frustrated' after Obama's plea

By 12 November 2014

Following President Barack Obama's plea for open internet, the Federal Communications Commission in the US now plans to postpone a vote on net neutrality until next year. According to The Daily Dot, which quoted the FCC's press secretary, there will be... >>