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  • Update: Even more free food this week!

    <span style=color:#ff0000><b> Update:</b></span> Free soda, cheap hot dogs and more this week
    Guess what? The food deals keep coming. Grab a free small Slurpee today at 7-Eleven. The convenience store chain is continuing its freebie deal of birthday presents to customers.  Thursday, July 24, 2014: 7-Eleven will finish off its week of free food...
  • Shazam expands to Mac computers

    Shazam expands to Mac computers
    On its quest to get its technology on as many of your devices as possible, Shazam has released a new version of its audio-identification service built for Apple computers. Shazam for Mac, available now on the Web and the Apple App Store, marks the...
  • Google enfrentará demanda colectiva por permitir comprar a niños

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google debe enfrentarse a una demanda colectiva presentada por una mujer estadounidense cuyo hijo realizó compras online sin su consentimiento, dictaminó un juez federal, rechazando la petición de la compañía de que la demanda fuera...
  • Dendy and Nine Raise The Stakes in Australia's Online Video Sector

    HONG KONG - Independent cinema chain Dendy is to launch a VoD service next week in Australia. The move follows shortly after TV giant Nine Entertainment took a A$1 million stake in existing VoD platform QuickFlix. Dendy Direct will kick off on Aug. 6...
  • Yo, you've been hacked

    Yo, you've been hacked
    Perhaps because of either its absurdity or its simplicity, a messaging app called Yo, which doesn’t do much more than send a contact a voice recording of someone saying “Yo,” has gone viral this week. “Yo is a single-tap zero...
  • Amazon launches Prime Music, an ad-free music streaming service

    Amazon launches Prime Music, an ad-free music streaming service
    Amazon is joining the hotly contested online music streaming business by launching its own service.  Prime Music is available free for subscribers of Amazon Prime, the company's $99-a-year membership program that includes free two-day shipping, a...
  • How Amazon Fire TV stacks up against competitors

    How Amazon Fire TV stacks up against competitors
    Amazon.com on Wednesday jumped into the crowded world of video-streaming devices by announcing the Fire TV, a $99 set-top box. The Amazon Fire TV will now go head to head against the Apple TV, the Google Chromecast and four Roku devices. These devices...
  • Editorial: Plan now for storms

    Maryland typically doesn't see the full wrath of hurricanes that is seen elsewhere in the country, but with the hurricane season starting Sunday, the state's Emergency Management Agency's reminder is particularly apt. "Even if it is a relatively quiet...
  • Apple near deal to buy Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion

    Apple Inc. is nearing a deal to buy Beats Electronics LLC, the premium headphone maker that recently launched a subscription streaming music service.  The Cupertino tech giant would pay $3.2 billion for Beats, according to a person with knowledge of the...
  • Leaving home before a hurricane? Here's where to get info about routes, road closures

    Leaving home before a hurricane? Here's where to get info about routes, road closures
    The Atlantic hurricane season begins Sunday and lasts until Nov. 30. This weekend you can take advantage of shopping tax free for some supplies like flashlights, batteries and weather radios. And before the weather turns ugly, you'll want to have the...
  • Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January

    Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January
    Google will begin selling a basic version of its Project Ara modular smartphone in January, the company said this week. Project Ara is an effort by Google to make a smartphone that consumers can customize and upgrade by easily switching modules in and...
  • Facebook and Square pull failed apps from digital stores

    Facebook Camera, Poke and Square Wallet have been removed from app stores, bringing an end to three  apps from notable tech companies that were never able to catch on. The social network giant pulled Camera and Poke from the Apple App Store on Friday....