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Apple's iTunes subscription music service unlikely to debut at March 9th event


Not that we were expecting it, but 9to5Mac is reporting that Apple's premium iTunes streaming service will be a no show at Monday's "Spring forward" event in San Francisco.

Google now lets you compare auto insurance quotes in California, will launch in more states soon


Earlier this year, news broke that Google was planning to bring some version of its auto insurance comparison and shopping tools that are already available in the UK here to the US.

Chappie could have been the best robot-family-action-drama of the year

The commercials for Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie want to sell it as a wild ride about eccentric gangsters and fighting robots.

Suicide rate among young men has gone down, but the rate for young women is rising


Young men between the ages of 10 and 24 are taking their own lives less often than they did 20 years ago, according to a report released by the CDC today.

Music recognition app Shazam wants to help you identify more than music


Song recognition app Shazam wants to identify more than just audio. A report from Reuters says the app is planning on expanding its search function from to the visual realm too, letting users recognize items such as DVDs and groceries with their phone's camera.

Surprise: Comcast won't let anyone watch HBO Go on PlayStation 4


Comcast subscribers are unable to watch HBO Go on PlayStation 4. The app arrived on Sony's console Tuesday — and let me tell you, PlayStation owners had been dreaming of and awaiting that day for months.

Ringling Brothers circus plans to stop using elephants in its shows by 2018


The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus will begin phasing out the use of elephants in its shows, The Associated Press reports.

Office 2016 for Mac finally catches up to its Windows equivalent

It’s slowly approaching five years since Microsoft first released Office for Mac 2011 in October 2010.

This chemical could protect plants from radioactive fallout at Fukushima


A synthetic chemical prevents a plant native to Japan from absorbing harmful radioactive elements, according to a study published today in Scientific Reports.

Gmail for iOS now lets you archive and reply to email from notifications


Google's just released version 4.0 of Gmail for iOS, and the update includes a few significant additions made possible by iOS 8.

I just drank all of the new Red Bull flavors


Let's get this out of the way: I'm not a food and drink columnist. (I leave that to my esteemed colleagues at Eater.) That said, some new Red Bull flavors just showed up on my desk.

I, Casey Newton, interviewed a man named Casey Newton about his startup


As PR pitches go, this one had a good hook. "Hi Casey," it read. "I’d like to introduce you to the other Casey Newton." For years I had been peripherally aware of the Other Casey Newton (O.C.N.).

This website lets you customize the Apple Watch of your dreams


Curious about what sort of Apple Watch you'd like best? Worry not — MixYourWatch.com has got you covered.

Samsung's Galaxy S6 will probably start at $699 off contract


Samsung hasn't officially shared full pricing details on the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, but T-Mobile is giving us a pretty good indication of what you'll pay out of pocket for the former.

Valve's weird, old VR headsets are on display at GDC

This week, Valve announced that it was partnering with HTC for the Vive headset, a virtual reality display that Valve co-founder Gabe Newell promised made "zero percent of people" motion sick.

Yahoo Mail adds smart contact cards to your inbox


Yahoo Mail is adding new contact cards that can display glanceable information about your contacts without having to leave your inbox.

There was no good reason for Hillary Clinton to use private email


There are three things I remember vividly from when I took my oath of office as a career federal employee in the current administration: the mountain of paperwork required to get signed up for my health benefits, the peppy presentation by the guy who ran the office gym, and the very serious, very clear instructions regarding federal records.

AP will use 'robot journalists' to expand its college sports coverage


The Associated Press plans to expand its collegiate sports coverage using automation technology instead of human reporters.

Google just learned how to mix cocktails


Google announced a new addition to its Knowledge Graph this morning, adding cards that walk through the recipes for various cocktails.

Unboxing a burner phone sent as promo for some new Ryan Reynolds movie


A marketing team sent us an LG burner smartphone so that we would write about a trailer for some new sci-fi movie.


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