Cloud&Services

Report: Apple is killing off the iTunes LP format

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Remember iTunes LPs? Don’t worry, a lot of us had forgotten about them. Launched in 2009, the iTunes LP was a format that encouraged iTunes patrons to buy entire albums by adding in video documentary extras, bonus tracks, liner ...

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The best—and worst—Netflix original movies

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Netflix has been cranking out a startling amount of original content, including TV shows, documentaries, cartoons, specials, and feature films, and it can make one’s head spin to try to navigate it all. The list of feature f...

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Is iCloud required when you upgrade to iOS 11?

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Apple certainly encourages iOS and macOS users to take advantage of its iCloud services, which vary in cost. A lot of the services rely on iCloud storage, and they’re free…until you exceed the paltry 5GB of included service, a...

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YouTube TV review:The new streaming bundle sweet spot

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YouTube TV is finally available to the vast majority of U.S. residents, and it was worth the wait. The $40-per-month streaming bundle is only available in markets where YouTube TV can carry at least three live local broadcast chan...

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Romantic movies to stream this Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is eagerly awaited by some, and dreaded by others. You could go the conventional route and celebrate the day with a romantic dinner, but a recent article in the Washington Post warned that Valentine’s Day is th...

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It’s time for accountability from streaming TV bundles

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The New England Patriots weren’t the only ones in agony during the Super Bowl’s thrilling conclusion this week. As the clock struck 10 p.m. on Sunday, some Hulu viewers received an error message, saying there was nothing left ...

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