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Kindle Software Update Lets You Share Your Amazon Library With A Partner And More By Clip Syndicate Kindle has a new update rolling out to its Kindle e-reader device hardware, which includes new features for the latest Kindle, Kindle Voyage and Kindle Paperwhite devices. The update includes the new Word Wise feature that automatically shows definitions to difficult words above the within text on compatible titles, as well as Family Library, which lets you access not only your own books, but also those of a spouse, partner or family member, and Kindle FreeTime Unlimited, a subscription service starting at $2.99 per month that provides curated access to special selections for kids and beginner readers. You’ll get the chance to link two accounts to a device, which can include a spouse or partner, rather than having to share a single account across devices, which is likely what most people do currently.

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Content Insider #365 - Being Nobody By Miles Weston As we approach the best time of the year ever it's only right that you want to exchange information, greetings, ideas, wish lists, whatever with...well everyone. And this is the time of the year when everyone is hoping to grab all of that information and put it to very good use. The online world is truly marvelous because the more you talk about your favorite subject - you - the better job they can do in serving you up to their advertisers so they can better serve you. Or you could work at being nobody...your choice. ...Read More »
Blackberry Has no Immediate Plans to Crack 'sensitive' China Market By Clip Syndicate Blackberry Chief Executive John Chen sees Asia as key to reviving the loss-making smartphone maker's fortunes but expanding in the region's biggest market China, where security data concerns are rife, is currently not a priority. ...Read More »
U.S. Using Fake Cellphone Towers on Planes to Gather Data By Clip Syndicate An agency of the U.S. Justice Department is gathering data from thousands of cell phones, including both criminal suspects and innocent Americans, by using fake communications towers on airplanes, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. The program run by the U.S. Marshals Service began operations in 2007 and uses Cessna planes flying from at least five major airports and covering most of the U.S. population, the newspaper said, citing people familiar with the operations. ...Read More »
Uber Tests French Tolerance With New Car Share Scheme By Clip Syndicate Parisians will be able to share rides with strangers by hailing cars via their smartphones from Friday, when fast-growing U.S. start-up Uber launches its new service in defiance of an imminent legal challenge. Taxi drivers have complained that Uber has hit their business unfairly as it has expanded rapidly over the four years since its launch. The venture-capital backed firm valued at $18 billion now operates in 25 European cities and has sparked legal cases and taxi protests from London to Rome.

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Nvidia Shield Tablet Gets Lollipop Nov. 18, Grid Streaming Game Service Coming This Month By Clip Syndicate Nvidia’s Shield Tablet will be one of the first tablets beyond the Nexus 9 and Nexus 7 to get Android 5.0 Lollipop, with an update that arrives November 18. Nvidia isn’t stopping there, however, as the update also includes a brand new Nvidia Dabbler app for use with the Shield Tablet’s stylus, and a new Shield Hub, plus use of Material Design cues throughout. Also launching this month is Grid, Nvidia’s on-demand streaming gaming service, which is available exclusively to Shield devices. The Grid service was available in beta to users in California before now, but it’s opening its doors to a general audience across North America this month, with a debut in western Europe starting in December and a rollout throughout Asia in 2015.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: The Future of Mobile is Here By Clip Syndicate When it comes to smartphones, convenience is paramount. The whole existence of the category is centered around doing things quickly and easily, while you’re on the go. So anything that adds to that — anything that cuts down the number of steps in performing a task — is a win. When Samsung first unveiled the phone, it turned a lot of heads. The sleek edge panel, which adds a curved vertical screen along one side, was something new and unique. ...Read More »
Samsung Takes on Apple's IBeacon With Proximity By Clip Syndicate Samsung launched Proximity on Wednesday, a technology that delivers content to customers' smartphones based on their location. If you think that sounds familiar, you're right: Its features resemble Apple's iBeacon. According to Samsung's presentation on Proximity, it will deliver in-store offers to shoppers, welcome messages to stadium-goers, mobile tours to museum visitors and the like. ...Read More »
No cellphone or Wi-Fi: enter the Appalachian's quietest hamlet By Clip Syndicate If you were to stop for gas in Green Bank, Virginia, forget about phoning home. Inhabited by around 150 silence-seekers, this remote town sits inside the mountainous US National Radio Quiet Zone, where electronic waves are banned. Duration: 02:47 ...Read More »
Walmart Unwraps Black Friday Tech Deals By Clip Syndicate Walmart will try to lure in Black Friday tech buyers with a variety of in-store only sales, as revealed in its new flyer. Touting its deals for November 27 and 28, Walmart will start selling the original 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Mini for $199 and throw in a $30 gift card to sweeten the deal. That offer kicks off at 6 p.m. on November 27. A couple of hours later at 8 p.m., the retailer will sell the 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Air for $397, complete with a $100 gift card. Another November 27 deal, Walmart is offering an RCA Google Play Android tablet for $29.

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