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Sprint slashes its family plan price to $150 with four lines of unlimited talk, text, and data

Like free stuff? Sprint is giving customers their fourth line for $0 with unlimited talk, text, and data. On Thursday, the telecommunications company announced that you'll get four lines of talk, text, and unlimited data for just $37.50 per…

Tesla will tweak 'Summon' in response to Consumer Reports' concerns

Tesla will implement software changes for its "Summon" self-parking system in response to concerns voiced by Consumer Reports. The magazine believes the system may pose a safety risk.
Home Theater

Cinemax comes to cord-cutters via Sling TV for $10 per month

For cord-cutters and cord-nevers who don't want to completely leave the traditional TV paradigm behind, Sling TV is one of the best options available. Now the service has added another a la carte movie option in Cinemax.
Social Media

This beer was perfectly crafted using social media and data science

The secret to really great beer? It's not great hops, the right aging barrel, or even really great company -- it's data. When it comes to giving the people what they want, you've gotta go straight to the source.

Carv is an all-knowing ski instructor inside your boot

Carv is the latest sports technology project to slide onto Kickstarter, and it's aimed at skiers. The in-boot system monitors your every move, and provides real-time feedback and advice as you ski.

Activision and Bungie confirm that the Destiny sequel won’t arrive until 2017

In January, it was reported that the sequel to Destiny, planned to be released in September 2016, had been delayed. Now Activision has confirmed that a sequel won't arrive until 2017, though a "large new expansion" is coming this year.
Home Theater

CBS CEO says the company is no longer in talks with Apple about streaming TV

Any potential Internet TV service from Apple could be further off than expected, as CBS CEO Les Moonves said the company hasn't had any recent conversations with Apple about streaming TV.
Social Media

Judge allows James Woods to sue his anonymous Twitter abuser

An ongoing legal dispute between James Woods and a pseudonymous Twitter user has led to a groundbreaking ruling that allows the actor to pursue his defamation lawsuit against his alleged online abuser, likely revealing his or her identity…

Microsoft looks to kill old IE versions with latest patch snub

If you're still running an old version of Internet Explorer, it really is time to upgrade, as extended support has ended for almost all of them. The latest patch for Edge and IE11 has left out 7, 8, 9 and in some cases 10 as well.

Watch Google U.K.’s boss conveniently forget how much he gets paid

Matt Brittin, the man in charge of Google's U.K. operation, had an unfortunate memory lapse during a hearing about Google's tax payments, where he was unable to tell the committee how much he gets paid.