BBC iPlayer Receives New UK Local Live TV Feature

BBC iPlayer

The BBC has today rolled out a new version of its BBC iPlayer application for both iOS and Android devices that now allows users to watch live TV for their home nation.

To start watching local TV within the UK simply choose from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in Settings. The BBC has also rolled out a variety of bug fixes that now enable you to unplug your headphones without the iPlayer application crashing.
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Spotify Desktop Update Brings New Features (Video)


Spotify has announced a new software update that brings a range of new features to the desktop version of the popular music streaming app.

The new Spotify Desktop now comes with fully integrated lyrics which are powered by Musixmatch and they have also added a new daily viral chart and made changes to their Friend Feed.

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HTC Will Live Stream HTC One M9 Launch Event Online


HTC has scheduled an event on March 1st where the company is expected to unveil new products, possibly the upcoming flagship device, HTC One M9.

For those of you who are unable to make it to Barcelona, but want to witness the unveiling of the alleged HTC One M9, the Taiwanese company will livestream the event online for those who are not at the Mobile World Congress 2015.

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7.5 Skype For Mac Launches Adding Support For 14 More Languages


Microsoft has this week rolled out a new release of its Skype communication software for Apple systems in the form of 7.5 Skype for Mac.

The new update brings with it a wealth of new tweaks, performance enhancements and additional languages which include support for Hindi, Turkish, Czech, Ukrainian, Greek, Hungarian, Romanian, Indonesian, Catalan, Croatian, Slovak, Vietnamese, Thai and Malay.

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New Pebble Time Smartwatch Raises Over $10 Million On Kickstarter

Pebble Time

The original Pebble Smartwatch raised over $10 million on Kickstarter and turned the device into a very popular product, and one of the most popular Kickstarter campaigns to date and now it looks like the Pebble Time is about to do the same.

The Pebble Time launched on Kickstarter the other day, and this new smartwatch has managed to raise over $10 million in just two days and with 29 days to go it looks like it will raise more than the original device.

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LG Watch Urbane LTE Has A New Mobile OS

Watch Urbane LTE

Earlier today LG announced their new LG Watch Urbane LTE, which is an LTE version of their LG Watch Urbane although it looks like the new model will have a different OS.

The Watch Urbane runs Google’s Android Wear but when the Watch Urbane LTE was announced there was not mention of Google’s smartwatch OS.

According to the guys over at the Verge, the Watch Urbane LTE will come with a new mobile OS, and LG has confirmed to the Verge that it will not be a webOS device.

A new Audi prototype smartwatch was shown off at CES, the watch was produced by LG and it featured webOS, this will not be the same OS on the new Watch Urbane 4G LTE.

We will have to wait until Mobile World Congress next week to find out more information about this new smartwatch OS that LG has developed, as soon as we get some more details we will let you guys know.

Source The Verge


Google Play Music lets you upload 50,000 songs for free


We all love free stuff right? Well, Google has made a move that you are going to appreciate. Starting today Google Play Music users can upload 50,000 songs to the cloud for free. They will then be able to stream or download those songs to their phone, tablet, computer and Chromecast when needed. The limit was previously 20,000 so this latest move is a pretty big deal.

The new limit is double what Apple allows its iTunes Match subscribers, which is 25,000 songs, however those subscribers can also listen to iTunes Radio ad-free. So I guess it’s a trade off. They also pay $24.99 annually for the service.
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Google launches Flights search-friendly travel tool


Google is set to muscle their way into the travel booking market with Google Flights. Google Flights is a new Search item that finds you the best deal on your travel. Just put in your departure city, an arrival destination, and Flights will find you the best deal. Simple. We all like simple. Another benefit is that Flights is you don’t even need to know where you’re going.

Google says that over half of us want to go somewhere, we just don’t know where. We sit down to plan a vacation, but aren’t even sure where we want to go. We just want to get away. Cost is a big factor of course, so finding great deals on travel is important. It’s probably the number one factor for most of us.
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Chase Has More Than 1 Million Apple Pay Users


Apple Pay is becoming more and more popular and now JP Morgan Chase has revealed how many of their customers are using Apple’s mobile payment system.

JP Morgan Chase revealed during their 2015 Investors Day that more than one million of their customers are using Apple Pay with their credit and debit cards.

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