Tidal’s streaming numbers are under investigation

Norwegian authorities have recently opened an investigation into reports that millions of Tidal’s streams never happened, reports Dagens Næringsliv, a Norwegian financial newspaper. Økokrim, Norway’s National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime, is conducting the investigation after reports emerged last May that 320 million streams of Beyoncé’s Lemonade and Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo were fraudulent. If […]

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Consumer protection websites are down due to the government shutdown

As the government shutdown exceeds the key websites run by the Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission are still down, leaving consumers more vulnerable. On December 28th, the FTC announced that, while ftc.gov continues to operate, several sites will remain unavailable throughout the shutdown. Among those is donotcall.gov, the website for the agency’s National Do Not Call […]

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NBCUniversal is planning to launch standalone streaming service

NBCUniversal has recently announced that it will launch its own standalone streaming service in 2020. The service will be available in two different versions. The ad-supported version of the streaming service will be free for NBC TV subscribers in the United States, and will also be made available to Comcast Cable and Sky subscribers internationally, […]

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Trump says U.S. will hurt Turkey economically if it hits Kurds

President Donald Trump’s warning that if Turkey attacks U.S.-backed Kurdish forces in Syria, the United States will devastate Turkey economically has drawn a sharp response from Ankara and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman. Trump’s decision to pull American troops out of Syria has left the United States’ Kurdish allies in the war against the Islamic […]

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Verizon is testing a new game streaming service

Verizon is reportedly planning to launch a game streaming service, a trial of its upcoming service according to the verge reports the company is quietly running with some customers on Nvidia Shield set-top boxes. According to the report, Verizon is testing its cloud-based service by sending participants a Shield, an Xbox One controller, and login credentials to […]

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Udelv has recently partnered with Walmart and Baidu

Udelv, a self-driving delivery startup has recently announced that it has partnered up with Walmart to pilot an autonomous grocery delivery service. The Burlingame, California-based company said it was also partnering with Baidu to pilot the Chinese search giant’s latest autonomous driving open platform, Apollo 3.5. Udelv has been using its fleet of autonomous vans […]

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Whirlpool new smart oven uses AR to help you in cooking

Whirlpool has recently announced a new smart oven concept that uses AR to help users in their cooking. The new smart oven is called the Whirlpool Connected Hub Wall Oven, the AR support makes it more unique among the other smart oven category. The oven has a 27-inch transparent LCD display on its front door, […]

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Instagram now allows users to post in multiple accounts at the one time

Instagram is reportedly planning to add a new feature that will allow users to publish a post to multiple accounts at the one time, a company spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch. The feature will become available to all iOS users, but there’s no word on if or when it will come to Android. When the option to self-regram […]

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