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How to control your Sonos speakers with Spotify

Sonos and Spotify partnered earlier this year to solve a problem that has frustrated Sonos and Spotify fans alike: Sonos’ app isn’t very good, but it’s the only one that works with the company’s otherwise great connected speakers.

Masters of Mobile IV: Survival of the fittest data strategy (VB Live)

VB LIVE: You can capture more data than ever before — but do you know how to use it? Big players like Match are using sophisticated strategies to pull ahead in the fixed-pie world of ad buying.

Docker acquires file syncing and sharing app Infinit, will open-source the software

Docker, the startup that pushes open-source software for packaging up code into containers that can be deployed on many machines, today announced its latest acquisition: file transfer app Infinit.

Pokémon Go Gen 2 sweet, frozen, caffeinated rumor: More monsters and Starbucks promo

Gamers all know that moment when you’re out tracking down monsters in Pokémon Go but you’re also running out of energy.

Overwatch winter event begins December 13 for an a-Mei-zing Christmas time

Over the watch and through the team kills, to Sombra’s house we go. Overwatch’s Twitter account has teased a new in-game event, this time centered around the December holidays.

Curse voice app adds video calls and screen sharing

Amazon’s Twitch game-livestreaming division acquired voice chat firm Curse back in August. Now Curse is launching a major update for its voice-over-internet-protocol app with video calls and screen sharing.

Google Play Movies gets 4K titles and finally arrives on Samsung smart TVs

Google has officially launched 4K UHD films on Google Play Movies & TV. We say “officially” because the company quietly started adding 4K titles to its catalog a few weeks back, but the choice was scant at first.

Doyodo, LLC Announces Mini Video Game Console “RetroEngine Sigma” Debuts December 6th on Indiegogo

PRESS RELEASE: SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–December 6, 2016– Doyodo, LLC, a Santa Monica-based innovation incubator founded earlier this year by media and games industry veterans, is proud to announce the launch of RetroEngine Sigma on Indiegogo today.

IBM goes all-in on blockchain: Launches app-making ecosystem

IBM today announced a program designed to speed up the development of blockchain-based applications for business.

Dropbox for Android now lets paying users save files for offline viewing

Cloud file syncing and sharing company Dropbox today is announcing the launch of mobile offline folders for paying customers.

Zenefits extends its payroll service to Florida, Texas, and Washington

In the midst of uncertain leadership, Zenefits is moving forward with its product roadmap. Today, the company announced that its new homegrown payroll service will now be available in three more states: Florida, Texas, and Washington.

Microsoft details enterprise features in Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft today is announcing new enterprise-oriented features coming to Windows 10 with the release of the the Creators Update, which is due out in early 2017.

Paragon’s Monolith update speeds up the PlayStation 4 and PC MOBA

Paragon has just become a faster-paced game. Developer Epic Games today released the Monolith update for its free-to-play MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena), which is in an open beta on PlayStation 4 and PC.

Alan Schaaf, $7 investments, and the future of AI – VB Engage

This week, we bring you the first VB Engage to have been recorded live on stage! That’s right: At Web Summit in Lisbon earlier this year, we got to interview Alan Schaaf of internet phenomenon Imgur about the evolution of the company, geek culture, and community, and find out what it takes to create a success from seemingly meager beginnings.

Microsoft’s LinkedIn acquisition approved by regulators, but there’s a catch

Microsoft is about to close the books on its $26.2 billion deal to purchase the professional social networking service LinkedIn.

Instagram launching comment control and follower removal tools to curb abuse

Instagram is shoring up its defenses against abuse with the launch of tools people can use to restrict who reacts to their photos and videos.

Slack bot Konsus to help freelancers and businesses collaborate on long-term projects

EXCLUSIVE: Freelancer hiring bot Konsus announced that its bot received major updates today, including the addition of a conversational interface and the ability to interact with multiple team members via group chat.

HyTrust Survey Finds Government Agencies Are Lacking in Data Security and Encryption in Public Cloud Deployments

PRESS RELEASE: A recent survey of government IT decision makers reveals that nearly 20 percent of agencies using a public cloud do not encrypt data, but still see security as a top priority MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–December 6, 2016– Today, HyTrust Inc., a leading workload security provider, announced its latest cloud survey, highlighting government specific findings.

Google says it will reach 100% renewable energy for its global operations in 2017

Google has claimed that it will operate entirely on renewable energy by 2017 — including its data centers and offices.

Netflix launches video previews for TV screens so you can watch short snippets before clicking

Netflix is introducing a new interface for its TV app from today, ushering in video previews that display a specially created snippet of the program or movie before you click to watch.