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Apple Officially Welcomes Beats As It Gets U.S. Regulatory Approval For The Deal

Screen Shot 2014-08-01 at 9.37.01 AM Apple has a new splash page welcoming Beats to its family, with a declaration expressing excitement that both Beats Music and Beats Electronics have joined the Cupertino-based company. The page includes a brief one-paragraph explainer about why the company was a good fit, and expressing optimism for what the companies can do together in the future. A link on the page, which features a… Read More

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The Associated Press welcomes its robot journalist overlords

Robots are cool and all, but they’re just mere toys until they start doing things like reporting the news, right? (Okay, we may be looking at the prospect somewhat selfishly.) Fortunately, that’s already starting to take place — to a degree. In…

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Via Licensing welcomes China Mobile and Deutsche Telekom to its LTE supergroup

Via Licensing welcomes China Mobile and Deutsche Telekom

Via Licensing is amassing quite a deep well of patents from which its members able to pull. All in the name of keeping standards-essential LTE technology accessible to those willing to play ball. Now China Mobile and Deutsche Telekom are joining the ranks of industry giants like AT&T and NTT DoCoMo in an effort to guard themselves against litigation and ease the act of licensing each other’s patents. Others have tried and failed where Via Licensing seems to be succeeding in building a coalition around sharing standard-essential patents. Though, while plenty of big names have signed on, there are still quite a few notable holdouts.

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Xbox Live welcomes Vimeo and AOL On, boosts Verizon FiOS offering for Gold subscribers

DNP Vimeo launches on XBOX Live, brings another video service to the dashboard

A host of new Xbox Live apps came online for Gold customers today, including Vimeo and AOL On. Vimeo users will have the ability to share video clips through Xbox Live and Facebook, but the brand-new application could also be preparation for the main launch of the streaming website’s pay-to-view service, readily available to all Vimeo Pro members in early 2013. AOL On additionally brings its collection of over 380,000 videos, consisting of material from HuffPost Enjoyment, Reuters, CNET, Moviefone, Home entertainment Tonight and yours genuinely. Finally, Verizon FiOS users will now see 75 channels on Xbox Live, consisting of 49 new additions such as AMC HD and NFL Network. All applications could be managed through Kinect voice and motions, though you could require even more than zombie-like reflexes to flip to the Walking Dead.

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Maingear welcomes AMD A-Series APUs to its F131 and X-Cube desktop PCs

Maingear welcomes AMD's ASeries to its desktop lineup

In an action to make its computers more palatable to the masses, Maingear is bringing AMD’s incorporated A-Series APUs to its F131 tower and X-Cube computer Computers. Upon finding out the news, we took a peek at the maker’s internet site and discovered an adjustable X-Cube available with a $ 649 beginning rate, which contrasts favorably to its $ 939 Intel equivalent. Unfortunately, the company has yet to update its site with AMD modification choices for the F131. Regardless, we’re told that buyers can easily anticipate to find both basic and Black Edition options for AMD’s chips, the last which must appeal to overclockers. To scope out the company’s most recent gear, just hit up the source link below.

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Spotify welcomes new apps from Warner, Def Jam, Matador, more

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So, now that Rdio’s got itself a fancy redesign, it’s time for Spotify to fire back, right? The Swedish streaming service announced a new round of third-party apps, including selections from some big industry names, like Warner, Def Jam, Domino and Matador Records. The list also includes Classify, an app designed to help users discover classical music on the service, The Complete Collection, which offers up supplementary images, lyrics and liner notes and Fitr, which lets you build playlists based on Facebook friends. Also new is Hot or Not, which offers a song-based take on the internet voting site and [PIAS], which provides some curated playlists. In all, the site is rolling out a dozen new apps. Check the press release after the break for more info.

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Spotify welcomes new apps from Warner, Def Jam, Matador, more originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 21 Mar 2012 20:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Vizio welcomes YouTube as part of its Internet Apps arsenal

Vizio welcomes YouTube as part of its Internet Apps arsenal
Not long after bringing some Redmond vid-calling to your living room, Vizio’s introducing another app that may just enhance your couch entertainment. Via its Twitter account, the outfit announced YouTube will now be a part of its Internet App portfolio. Though, it’s worth mentioning the Tweet didn’t specify if it’ll support all internet-ready TV models. The Tube (as the cool kids are calling it) is joining the likes of Hulu Plus and Blockbuster On Demand as part of Vizio’s entertainment offerings. We know you can’t wait to make yourself cry watching Kony 2012, so be on the lookout for the Google-owned video service to hit your smart TV shortly.

Vizio welcomes YouTube as part of its Internet Apps arsenal originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 08 Mar 2012 20:44:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Auraslate opens Android tablets up to developers, welcomes mischief

HTC aside, not every manufacturer is willing, ready and committed to opening up its device portfolio to the idle hands of hackers. Which is why Auraslate, a recently launched start-up, is stepping in to fill that void, instituting a sea change in how devs translate their unsanctioned software concepts into actual end user products. To do this, the humble outfit’s offering up 7- and 10-inch Android tablets that range in price from $ 139 to $ 270 and come loaded up with an ARM Cortex A9 CPU, 4GB storage and a Gorilla Glass-coated capacitive touchscreen. Prospective haxxors can choose between two configurations available on the site: an Advance Development Kit which includes a source code disk and a cheaper Novice option. For the money, you’ll get that aforementioned hardware, peripherals (usb plug, power adapter), as well as access to Aura’s forums and ROM refreshes, although ICS is limited to its top shelf Lifepad 1026. So if you’re tired of damning the Man with every OEM-issued, security-patching update and just want to be left to your coding best, it might be wise to bask in this company’s glow.

Auraslate opens Android tablets up to developers, welcomes mischief originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 17 Feb 2012 04:29:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Canon welcomes ELPH 530 HS / 320 HS, SX260 HS and D20 to PowerShot lineup

Canon welcomes ELPH 530 HS / 320 HS, SX260 HS and D20 to its PowerShot lineup

In addition to the new additions to Canon’s A-Series of digital cameras, the company is also giving more demanding consumers a similar outpouring of love with four additional shooters in the PowerShot family, which sport a diverse array of features such as WiFi connectivity, 20x optical zoom and rugged designs. Leading the charge for the ELPH lineup is the 530 HS. Along with the 320 HS, it features the ability to wirelessly upload images to Canon’s online portal, where users may then post their latest captures to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The ELPH 530 HS features a 12x optical zoom lens paired with a 10 megapixel sensor and is expected to retail for $ 349 in April. Meanwhile, the 320 HS delivers a 5x optical zoom lens and a 16.1 megapixel sensor. It’ll carry a $ 280 price tag and is set to hit stores in March. Both ELPH models feature Canon’s DIGIC 5 image processor, capture 1080p video and include a 3.2-inch LCD touchscreen.

Those who roll Rear Window style may want to check out Canon’s new SX260 HS, which packs a 25mm wide-angle lens that boasts up to 20x optical zoom. Like the latest ELPH’s, it also offers the DIGIC 5 processor and captures 1080p video. Unique to the SX260 HS, it features GPS for location tagging and a burst shooting mode that captures a continuous 10.3 frames per second. It’ll be available in March for $ 349 and is set to come in black, green and red finishes. Lastly, the D20 offers up a few ruggedized features for outdoor enthusiasts. It features underwater shooting abilities (including a specific macro mode), and is also said to be shock-proof and freeze-proof — no mention of it tolerating heat, though. The D20 incorporates a 12.1 megapixel sensor, captures 1080p video and features a 5x optical zoom lens. It also offers GPS, but unlike the other cameras here, it uses the DIGIC 4 image processor. If you’re considering the D20 for your next adventure, it’ll be available in May for $ 349. You’ll discover more about these four additions in the PR, after the break.

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Canon welcomes ELPH 530 HS / 320 HS, SX260 HS and D20 to PowerShot lineup originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 07 Feb 2012 00:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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RIM welcomes Office 365 users into the fold with BlackBerry Business Cloud Services

RIM welcomes Office 365 users into the fold with BlackBerry Business Cloud Services

For wary Office 365 enterprises who’ve been reluctant to dip their toes into the beta pond, today will certainly be memorable in the IT room: Research in Motion has gone ahead and blessed BlackBerry Business Cloud Services as ready for prime time. The software, which has been in beta stage since October, allows BlackBerry users to easily integrate with their firm’s Office 365 deployment. Users can expect synchronization with their Exchange email, contacts and calendars, along with the ability to remotely wipe or lock their data should the device go missing. Likewise, IT gurus may take advantage of remote administration and wireless activation of the handsets. The software is free and will work for all medium-sized and enterprise subscribers of Office 365. So go ahead and uncork that dusty bottle of champagne, or absent that, feel free to flavor up the Folgers a bit. The press release just after the break, and you’ll definitely want to prepare yourself.

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RIM welcomes Office 365 users into the fold with BlackBerry Business Cloud Services originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 01 Feb 2012 05:04:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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