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Yahoo Kills Streaming Video Service You Probably Hadn’t Heard Of

Yahoo Kills Streaming Video Service You Probably Hadn’t Heard Of

TwinStar Media January 5, 2016 0

Unless you were, like some of us here at Consumerist HQ, such an ardent fan of Community that you followed the sitcom when it made the leap from network TV to streaming video, you

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Facebook Glitch Confuses Users by Congratulating Them for 46 Years of Friendship

Facebook Glitch Confuses Users by Congratulating Them for 46 Years of Friendship

TwinStar Media January 2, 2016 0

Facebook ended 2015 by taking users back to 1970. After a string of recent wins (putting an end to Candy Crush invites, facilitating blocking an ex out of a user’s life)—or as close to

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Apple May Soon Offer the Ability to Send Payments via iMessage

Apple May Soon Offer the Ability to Send Payments via iMessage

TwinStar Media December 31, 2015 0

In-house battery cases, proprietary audio formats and new Beats Radio stations aren’t the only things on Apple’s mind. After launching Apple Pay a little more than a year ago, the Cupertino tech giant is

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What’s Next for Apple?

What’s Next for Apple?

TwinStar Media December 31, 2015 0

Over the weekend, CBS aired one its most highly anticipated episodes of 60 Minutes in recent memory: an inside look at Apple. One of the better looks inside the notoriously secretive tech giant that

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Yahoo Considers Getting Out Of The Internet Business

Yahoo Considers Getting Out Of The Internet Business

TwinStar Media December 2, 2015 0

Yahoo, one of the few remaining old guard Internet biggies still standing, has been trying to reinvigorate its business in the last few years, even spending oodles of cash in an effort to stake

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Adobe Joins Its Critics, Tells People Not To Use Flash

Adobe Joins Its Critics, Tells People Not To Use Flash

TwinStar Media December 2, 2015 0

After years of critics piling on top of Adobe Flash for its track record as one of the buggiest, crashiest (now a word), least secure, most vulnerable pieces of software ever to hit the

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Mark Zuckerberg Is Donating 99 Percent of His Facebook Shares

Mark Zuckerberg Is Donating 99 Percent of His Facebook Shares

TwinStar Media December 2, 2015 0

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took a step towards the future on Tuesday when he announced the birth of his daughter Max with wife Priscilla Chan. To announce her birth the couple wrote a letter

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Parents Are Naming Babies After Instagram Filters Now Because Sure Why Not

Parents Are Naming Babies After Instagram Filters Now Because Sure Why Not

TwinStar Media December 2, 2015 0

Though climate change is slowly but surely inspiring people to hold off on the whole procreation thing, plenty of people are still having babies and promptly giving them names. If BabyCenter.com‘s newly released 2015

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New Study Shows Magazine Covers Still Seriously Lack Diversity in 2015

New Study Shows Magazine Covers Still Seriously Lack Diversity in 2015

TwinStar Media December 1, 2015 0

Despite efforts to improve the lack of diversity in the fashion industry, a new report reveals not much progress has been made. According to a study done by Fashionista, the diversity of celebrities on the

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Google Glass Might Be Coming Back From the Dead With a Sleeker, Less Ridiculous Design

Google Glass Might Be Coming Back From the Dead With a Sleeker, Less Ridiculous Design

TwinStar Media December 1, 2015 0

That amazing FKA twigs collaboration aside, the public launch of Google Glass in 2014 was practically dripping with controversy and criticism. Though a lot of the seemingly excessive hate that was so consistently hurled at

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