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MoviePass users can’t see Crazy Rich Asians till Sunday because MP picks the movies now

Here’s Thursday’s development in the seeming last gasps of MoviePass: The menu of movies you can select from daily has shrunk to six for your $10 per month. But you can still see three of them! Unfortunately, that means no Crazy Rich Asians until Sunday — if the beleaguered company can even hold to that […]

Security flaws in mobile point-of-sale systems spell money trouble

Cheaper payment systems may cost businesses less, but they could’ve wound up costing customers more. That’s the word from a pair of security researchers, who discovered that mobile payment systems had vulnerabilities that could let hackers steal credit card info or change the value of what people pay. Researchers Leigh-Anne Galloway and Tim Yunusov of […]

With 5G and Sprint, T-Mobile vows cheaper wireless service than ever

The next-generation of wireless technology, known as 5G, is poised to change our lives. Once it actually gets here.  But how will 5G look and work when it does? T-Mobile is aiming for broad coverage and has committed to building a nationwide 5G network by 2020.  ‘Our view is 5G should be everywhere,’ President and […]

No, Spotify isn’t using your GPS to kick you off your family plan

Spotify Premium is cheaper if you share it with your family, but you may want to think twice if your family lives apart. According to Spotify’s website, the ‘Premium for Family’ plan can be shared with up to six people who live in the same household. To make sure that family plan members actually shared […]

Spotify vs. Apple Music: Which is the best music service?

Picking a music streaming service isn’t easy. With at least six major platforms available in the US, there’s more choice than ever if you’re looking for a service that hits the sweet spot between price, catalog and personalized recommendations. We’re comparing two of the biggest names to help decide which one’s right for you. Spotify […]

Verizon waiving some fees for fed workers hurt by shutdown

Hit hard by the longest government shutdown in history? Verizon says it ‘has your back.’  The carrier on Monday said it’s ‘waiving late fees and agent assist fees for federal government employees directly impacted for the duration of the shutdown.  ‘We appreciate everything you do and we’ll continue to do what we can to help […]

New iPhone 11R leaks show fresh colors and larger camera bump

In this week’s Apple Core roundup we’re breaking down the latest rumors about the iPhone XR sequel, along with production updates regarding the rest of Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup. This week Apple also released the last major software updates to iOS, MacOS, WatchOS and TVOS before WWDC. Find out what new features to expect on […]