YouTube Kids brings cartoons and bright colors to your smart TV

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Spread the loveTweet How easy it is to load the app depends on your manufacturer. LG is making YouTube Kids available on all 2015 and newer webOS TVs through its…


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Facebook is tweaking the News Feed to make room for fact checkers

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Spread the loveTweet In its own way, Facebook is taking responsibility for the spread of misinformation and changing how its products deliver news. The next phase of that is a…


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Google refines its search results to curb fake news

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Spread the loveTweet You’ll have more opportunities to influence the results, too. It’s now much easier to flag sketchy material when it pops up in either the search box’s autocomplete…


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Amazon’s latest Dash button orders you fresh undies

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Spread the loveTweet Other new one-press shopping-widgets include AMP Energy, Lactaid, Listerine, Mountain Dew, Tropicana and, just in time for allergy season, Zyrtec. Amazon says that the Dash buttons have…


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Streaming is boosting the music industry worldwide

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Spread the loveTweet The IFPI singles out YouTube and similar services for contributing to a “value gap” where artists aren’t paid as well as they are on dedicated music portals.…


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Spotify took its sweet time getting Behind the Lyrics on Android

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Spread the loveTweet According to an announcement from Spotify, Behind the Lyrics has “just landed” on Android. If you, devoted Android user, feel like you’ve been left out of the…


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Google will try to combat fake news using search and user feedback

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Spread the loveTweetGoogle might not be as responsible for the spread of fake news as social media, but the search giant is still doing something about it: burying known sources…


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AT&T’s rural internet push starts with Georgia

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Spread the loveTweet The $60 you pay per month on a 1-year contract ($70 otherwise) will get you 160GB of data. That’s a much higher cap than the mobile internet…


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‘Breath of the NES’ is a retro ‘Zelda’ fan project destined to die

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Spread the loveTweet Trees can be cut down and eating apples replenishes your health, for example. But WinterDrake tells Kotaku that they aren’t afraid to throw in a few personal…


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Unroll.me is sorry-not-sorry it sold email data to Uber

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Spread the loveTweet The heads-up is likely to be helpful, and may help you make a more informed decision before you sign up. However, many users (particularly those in the…


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