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Want to transform an older Kindle into a full-blown Android tablet? N2Aos can do that for you: http://cnet.co/1npXwID
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Why would you lose Amazon Instant Video? 
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Google Maps Street View now lets you go back in time: http://cnet.co/1lFBmOo
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Chinese crowdfunding campaign on Pozible has shattered its target, currently sitting at 3685% of its funding goal http://cnet.co/1jxO2Eg
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Looks just like my Polar Loop that is waterproof, tracks sleep and fitness, and tells time. 
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A new Apple patent called "Driver handheld computing device lock-out" proposes automated ways to cut off texting while you're driving: http://cnet.co/1nmnJri 
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Netflix says it's planning to hike prices worldwide - but only for new subscribers at first. Do you think it's still value for money?
The online video service is planning its first US price hike since 2011 -- the year it lost thousands of subscribers after a failed attempt to split its DVD rental and on-demand services.
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+Luis Lauranzon I used to have that stupid stream service of Netflix and I cancelled my subscription, now they just keep sending me invitation to comeback with the first month for free. I really don't care about that POS
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Why the case against Comcast-Time Warner Cable is evaporating: http://cnet.co/PoGJ9Z
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T-Mobile and MetroPCS are different in the aspect of MetroPCS was off of Tmobile network to begin with. MetroPCS Did not have its own network as they leased the towers from hence the PCS in Metro PCS Personal Communication Service. They did not have their own dedicated network like TMobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. 

TMobile has the fastest 4G/LTE Network, that is proven.

They also have a smaller subscriber base.

Like living in apt building with 20 units. All sharing the same water main. You turn one faucet on..NICE FAST FLOW..Turn on another Faucet..Still nice steady flow...Turn on all of the faucets, all of the tubs and flush all of the toilets at the same time..You no longer have that nice steady flow, because it has slown down because of more people using the same water main, that is how cell phone companies are. 
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Check out the Android-powered dashboard on this 2015 McLaren 650S supercar: http://cnet.co/1gRSddo
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The OnePlus One is a beautiful Full HD Android phone running CyanogenMod and with full Google services. We go hands-on: http://cnet.co/1rlrURM
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Why can't Apple get Siri right? The world-renowned Adventures in Tech explains why the robot butler's job is so hard, and what it could do to improve. Watch the show, then let us know whether you think Siri is useful… or not. http://cnet.co/1iFIxH3
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+Eric Snickars To be honest, I don't think Apple has much talent at coding either... As I write this on OSX (Because I am forced to use it for work) I am fighting things that just don't make any sense on it. 

Apple is just not a software company. I cannot deny that their hardware is first rate... not entirely sure it's worth the price, but if someone else buys it for you it's really good. But software? They are bit players in that realm... 
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T. rex's tiny arms are even more evidence of the dinosaur/avian link, new research says http://cnet.co/1kUSNMg
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Birds are far more vicious than many people give them credit for How dangerous would an eagle on steroids be?
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