It's always a bit slow, news-wise, over the holidays. But here are a few tidbits from around the web: A new Google Glass, Microsoft Casual Games, Amazon comes through with The Beatles, and more.
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It's a Christmas miracle: The Beatles' entire catalog of 15 studio albums and 4 special collections will soon be available for streaming on Microsoft Groove.
Some tidbits from around the web: Microsoft's fitness tips, Chromecast games, Android vs. iPhone, Pandora deals, a Ford and Google partnership, more.
Some more tidbits from around the web: Your Xbox Live stats from 2015, Apple Music rumored to get Hi-Res Audio in 2016, and a Black Ops III DLC trailer.
Some other tidbits from around the web: A new Microsoft Apps, um, app on Android, $400 off Windows Server Datacenter, Translator on iOS/Android, dubious Windows 10 advice, free Plex on Xbox.
This one isn't honestly a huge deal, as Netflix already has modern, native apps for both Windows PCs/tablets and phones, but the firm today announced its first universal app for Windows 10.
With the release of Windows 10, the Pandora music streaming streaming service is going all-in, and has released a universal app for PCs/tablets and phones.
Slow day today. Here's what I could dredge up: Some dueling mobile payment announcements, a preview of Office 365 Planner, beta support for Apple Music arrives on Sonos.
Day 12 of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals provides a $50 gift card to Microsoft's content stores when you purchase a one-year Groove Music Pass subscription.
News from around the web: PC focus group today, Xbox One is not MIcrosoft's final console, Xbox One Wireless Adapter now works with Windows 7 and 8.1 too, more
Here are some more tidbits from around the Internets today: Cortana to float, big update for Groove on Windows 10 Mobile, Wal-Mart mobile payments, Tim Cook disses Chromebook.
A new Google Play Music family plan lets subscribers add up to five additional family members for $5 more per month. The offering undercuts Spotify handily.
Here are some tidbits from around the web: A possible combination of Vaio, Toshiba, and Fujitsu, the EU moves to digital content roaming, iOS 9.2, Mozilla kills Firefox OS.
Choosing a living room set top box can be trying for the Microsoft technology fan, and each of the best devices comes with its own set of pros and cons.
What else is going on in the (tech) world? Microsoft's remaining 12 Days Deals are leaked, Twitter looks back on 2015, and Spotify's free tier rankles some.
What if you rent a movie from Microsoft's Movies & TV service on your Windows 10-based PC and want to watch it on the Xbox One instead? Is that possible?
Here's what else is happening today: Looking at the Lumia 950 reviews, Apple's Jimmy Iovine has a senior moment, and Yahoo Mail tries to block ads.
Groove received a major update on Windows 10 Mobile last night, adding a handy music sharing feature and some other interesting changes.
The inevitable consolidation of digital music services continued this week with Pandora agreeing to purchase Rdio for $75 million in cash.
There is a lot going on today, so let's get to it: Windows 10 build 10586 was a release candidate, Apple is killing Beats Music, Black Ops III: PS4 vs. XBO.
What else is happening today? A Windows 10 Field Guide update, Office on iPad Pro, Tim Cook on Surface Book, an inexpensive new Roku, Firefox OS on Android.
Apple just delivered its first major app for Android, Apple Music, bringing the new music service to the largest mobile ecosystem, at least in beta form.
What else is happening today? Microsoft Movies & TV picks up SRT subtitle support, Google engineer takes on shoddy USB-C cables, Google Maps on iOS, more.
I have high hopes for the new Apple TV. But my first impressions are a bit mixed, as this device is still incomplete and only a minor step forward.
It's been a busy couple of days at DEVintersection in Las Vegas. But I think I can post on a more normal schedule today. Here's what else is happening.
What else is happening today? Well, I'm flying to Las Vegas tonight. But also Microsoft's non-secret, Windows phone's new problem, Julie Larson-Green, more.
There is no truly elegant way to enjoy Microsoft Groove content in the living room unless you invest in an Xbox. But here's an inexpensive workaround.