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Samsung is shutting down Milk Music in September

Samsung users are going to have to find a new way to listen to music: the company announced that it would be shuttering its streaming radio service Milk Music. According to Variety, Samsung will be shutting down Milk Music on September 22nd, urging its Galaxy and Note smartphone users to …

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How to be human: how to learn from unrequited love

Leah Reich was one of the first internet advice columnists. Her column “Ask Leah” ran on IGN, where she gave advice to gamers for two and a half years. During the day, Leah is a Senior User Researcher for Slack, but her views here do not represent her employer. You …

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You can now unlock your Chromebook with a PIN

Up until now, users could protect their Chromebook by entering either using their Google account password or by using a paired smartphone to unlock it. There’s now a third option: a simple personal identification number. In a recent Google + post, Google developer François Beaufort outlined how to use the feature: …

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New Operating System for Google?

Word out in the blogosphere is that Google is working on a new operating system but there is very little information on the details. According to a code-sharing site, GitHub, the new OS is being called Fuchsia, but all that was revealed was a vague post: “Pink + Purple = …

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An RV that looks ready to withstand Armageddon

This behemoth of a vehicle is the KiraVan. Created by Applied Minds, the camper can scale a 45-degree incline with ease and sports a high-efficiency turbo-diesel engine. The KiraVan also features a fully decked-out interior with creature comforts like a bathroom, kitchen, dining room and high-tech gadgetry. There are also …

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Target is struggling to sell Apple products, says sales fell 'more than 20%'

iPhones aren’t selling like they used to. (Image: Wikimedia Commons) Target (TGT) reported disappointing Q2 earnings on Wednesday, and management placed part of the blame squarely on Apple (AAPL). Comparable store sales at Target overall fell by 1.1%, but Target executives noted that electronic sales decreased by double digits and “accounted for …

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