Facebook and Warner will bring licensed music to your timeline

You can now put licensed music from the major label into your own videos. If you want to create a video for Facebook, Messenger, Instagram or Oculus, you’ll now legally have the capacity to spice it up with your favorite song. Major music label Warner Music Group declared a partnership with Facebook on Friday that’ll […]

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The biggest early visual changes in Android P

Subject to change With the first developer preview of Android P out, we’re getting our first look at the visual refresh that Google was rumored to be working on a couple of months prior. This is an extremely early build of the software, so it’s very likely that more changes are headed — and some […]

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AT&T reprices its unlimited data plans

AT&T changed the cost of its single-line, unlimited data plans today by simultaneously raising and bringing down costs for new customers, as indicated by Ars Technina. The telecom’s Unlimited Choice plan is going up to $65 from $60, and its Unlimited Plus Enhanced plan is dropping to $80 from $90. Family plan prices went up […]

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Facebook launches program to help local news outlets boost digital subscriptions

The Facebook Journalism Project has announced a new program called Local News Subscriptions Accelerator that will work with a few nearby US outlets throughout the following three months to help support their subscription efforts. The pilot program has $3 million in funding and will work with 10 to 15 news organizations keeping in order to […]

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Mobile network O2 UK leaps into 5G test bed with Greenwich trial

First taste of 5G for consumers, but will it make any cash? O2 UK is the most recent operator to jump on the “5G test bed” bandwagon, with plans to trial the tech at the iconic former Millennium Dome in North Greenwich later this year. Installation of the network will start in March, with demos […]

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