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iTunes and AOL end their love affair

Many of us have had AOL accounts throughout the years, but if you’re still using your AOL account to log into iTunes, you’re soon to be S-O-L: Apple has just announced that customers who use an AOL username to sign-in… Read more ›

Mercedes-Benz already lost a key employee to Apple’s project Titan, but Daimler AG chairman Dieter Zetsche says he’s not losing any sleep thinking about Cupertino’s rumored self-driving car. At the launch of the new Mercedes-AMG C63 sports sedan in Portugal… Read more ›

iTunes might currently be flagging compared to rivals like Spotify, but it seems that Apple has some big ideas to bolster its music services — and unlike many companies in Silicon Valley, they’re not going to be based solely on… Read more ›

In a U.K. industry first, two major banks in the United Kingdom are finally adding Touch ID identification to their iOS apps. RBS and NatWest customers must activate the feature using their existing security information, but can use Touch ID after… Read more ›

Blind dates can be full of surprises. But few ever end with the man crapping his pants – and with cameras rolling. Such were the scenes created in a Ford Motor Co. promotional video posted on Feb. 6 to YouTube… Read more ›

Devilishly bonkers new game Saints Row: Gat out of Hell features a final boss fight against the Prince of Darkness himself. That’s pretty satisfying, despite the fact that this version of Satan possesses a beautiful singing voice. But not all… Read more ›

I don’t watch cable TV. I pay a little more each month to just purchase stand-alone internet from my provider. I watch Netflix, Amazon, stream via my PS4, Apple TV, and on my iOS devices. I hate commercial TV with… Read more ›

I don’t watch cable TV. I pay a little more each month to just purchase stand-alone internet from my provider. I watch Netflix, Amazon, stream via my PS4, Apple TV, and on my iOS devices. I hate commercial TV with… Read more ›

It used to be that you had to wait until Sunday to see the hot, out-of-this-world-expensive Super Bowl ads during the big game. In our modern, always-connected age of sneak-peek overindulgence, you can actually skip the game itself and watch… Read more ›

It used to be that you had to wait until Sunday to see the hot, out-of-this-world-expensive Superbowl ads on television during the big game each year. In our modern always-connected age of internet and sneak-peek over-indulgence, you can actually skip… Read more ›