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Tech Geek Weekly: June 16, 2017

Verizon closes $4.5B acquisition of Yahoo and Marissa Mayer Resigns As CEO I am surprised this went through I figured with massive Yahoo email hack that this deal would have fallen through. For Yahoo’s sake, I am glad it did not considering this is a...
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Music as Service Changed Music Industry

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Today’s music industry is totally different than the music industry of ten years ago or even five years ago. Music has become a service based business that users pay for monthly rather than buying indicial songs like they used to do back when the original...
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YouTube TV Review

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I recently became a cord cutter we canceled our local cable and decided to go to the internet only to help cut back on the monthly household bills. We looked at a lot of different services like Sling TV and DirectTV Now but decided the...
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Tech Geek Weekly: June 9, 2017

Apple Starts the Week off with WWDC Apple pretty much monopolized the week’s tech news with it biggest conference of the year WWDC. Apple announced the usual new hardware and software updates iOS, MacOS and WatchOS. Apple announced huge updates to the iPad and unveiled...
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What happened To Google Plus?

If you still use Google Plus (Google+) for social networking you are one of the few, but if you don’t I guess you’re wondering why Google+ is still alive. Google is hanging onto Google Plus like musicians are hanging onto Myspace. A little history behind...
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YouTube Red The Thinning Review

So for several weeks I have been blogging about YouTube Red and the added features of the service and I must say I am glad I jumped on the YouTube bandwagon as there is so much great content on YouTube. I never was a huge...
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Chromebooks out Selling MacBooks

Chromebooks have been all the rage over the last few years powered by the ChromeOS (operating system) put out by Google. ChromeOS is primary Linux based and is probably the most successful Linux desktop/laptop computer we’ve seen to date. An article posted recently by The...
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Is YouTube Red Helping Content Creators Earn Money?

YouTube Red is the subscription service offered by YouTube to its users for $9.99 a month offering added services and revenue to content creators. I would like to point out as well, YouTube Red is 12.99/month if purchased through iOS because of Apple’s fees. Sign...
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Google Music Review

So I recently started using Google Music as a trial to see if I could get off of Spotify. I liked the idea of Google music for a few reasons because unlike Groove my 10,000 songs does not count towards my space on my OneDrive...
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Tech Geek Weekly: June 16, 2017

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