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Is Vine Making A Comeback?

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From 2013 to 2016, internet humor was almost completely shaped by a video content app called Vine. It was founded in June 2012 by Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll. The idea was instantly beloved by powerhouse companies in Silicon Valley and was almost immediately bought by Twitter in October 2012 for $30 million. It’s safe...


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The Best Cyber Monday Smartphone Deals

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Cyber Monday has become the latest holiday tradition taking place after Thanksgiving. The unofficial shopping celebration really began to take off in 2014, thanks to incredible savings offered by online retailers like Amazon. Today is maybe the best day of the entire year to purchase a new smartphone. Here is a look at three of the best cyber...


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Is Google Illegally Obtaining Location Data From Androids?

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A report recently released by Quartz shows that Google has been accessing data from Android phones regarding the users’ location, despite the user believing that data is private. Due to Android phones collecting cell tower addresses, Google has been able to obtain location data even when users have turned off the location function of their smartphones. The collection...


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Motorola Is Changing The Game With Moto Mods

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Motorola is doing its best to try and change the notion that all smartphones are the same. With its lineup of Moto Mods, you can transform a Moto Z phone into a variety of different mobile tools. It’s fairly simple to use any one of these innovative attachments, as they all simply click onto the back of...


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Broadcom Offers To Buy Qualcomm In Largest Tech Deal Ever

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Last week, Apple announced that it would be moving forward with the production of its iPhones and iPads without its longtime microchip partner, Qualcomm. This week, semiconductor giant Broadcom has officially offered to purchase its rival for about $130 billion. The proposed deal comes in the midst of an intense legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple, in which...


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