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Tylor Sweeney

Digital Journalist based in Jacksonville, FL, United States, United States. Joined on Aug 22, 2009

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Microsoft announces new streaming content, Xbox SmartGlass at E3

Today Microsoft blasted the door open on its plans for making the Xbox platform better at their Pre-E3 Press Briefing in Los Angles.

Windows 8 Release Preview now available for download

Several months after the release of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Microsoft today released the much awaited, highly anticipated Windows 8 Release Preview.

Cricket offering prepaid iPhones starting June 22

Apple's iPhone was exclusive to AT&T's network from launch in 2007 until last year when iPhones were introduced on Verizon and Sprint. Now the popular smartphone is coming to the prepaid carrier Cricket.

Amazon gets involved in original content with Amazon Studios

Amazon today announced that it will be expanding the focus of Amazon Studios by accepting scripts for children's and comedy shows.

Nokia joins 'patent wars,' sues HTC, RIM and Viewsonic

Nokia today joined the perpetual smartphone "patent wars" by launching a sweeping patent attack against HTC, Research in Motion and Viewsonic.

Target to stop selling Kindle products

Target today announced that it will be phasing out sales of Kindle products this spring due to a "conflict of interest."

Microsoft ordered to remove Xbox, Windows 7 from German market

A German court ruled Wednesday that Microsoft infringed on patents owned by Motorola Mobility and ordered the company to remove its Xbox and Windows 7 products from the German market.

Spotify launches iPad app

Millions of Spotify users worldwide have been craving an iPad app since the launch of the iPad itself. Today, those millions of users got their wish.

Digg staff going to Washington Post

It's not looking good for Digg, the once popular social news aggregator portal, as the company's tech team heads off for The Washington Post.

HP regains number one PC sales spot, market grows

HP reclaimed the top spot in the worldwide PC market in Q1 2012, according to figures published by analyst firm Canalys.

Instagram passes 50 million users

Less than a month after being acquired by Facebook, photo-sharing app Instagram has just surpassed the 50 million user mark.

NY Post: Hulu Axing Free Streaming

Hulu could axe the free streaming service that made them such a popular online destination in a move to appease cable companies.

Walmart bringing Vudu to its web store

Nearly 18 months since Walmart purchased streaming movie service Vudu, the department store giant is now rolling the movie rental service into its Walmart.com service.

Apple updates iOS to 4.3.5

Apple, in its constant struggle against hackers and jailbreakers, is constantly updating its mobile iOS platform with security fixes, plugging the holes hackers use to unlock the platform.

AT&T confirms Gingerbread update to its Android lineup

AT&T, America's iPhone juggernaut, was late to the Android game when it began launching sub-par Android smartphones in 2009. The carrier has continued to improve its lineup of Android phones, continuing now with its announced device-wide firmware update.

Apple updates MacBook Airs in conjunction with Mac OS X Lion

Apple unveiled the second update to its MacBook Air line in nine months today. This latest update brings much desired hardware changes, while leaving the Air's beautiful aesthetics largely untouched.

It's Official: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion launching July 20, 2011

Apple announced that Mac OS X 10.7 Lion would launch sometime in July back at WWDC 2011 in June. Today, during the Apple earnings call, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer confirmed that Lion will launch tomorrow, July 20, 2011.

Motorola announces slew of new Android phones

Today marked the start of the Cellular Telephone Industries Association Enterprise and Applications trade show, and Motorola was busy showing off a large number of new Android-powered devices expected to ship soon.

Facebook updates its Photos feature

Facebook, in efforts to compete with more full-featured photo sites like Flickr, is rolling out changes to its long-running, and mostly unchanged, Photos product.

Yahoo loses top executives, CEO Carol Bartz could be next

The violent maelstrom of executive issues over at Yahoo continues to escalate this week. The company is expected to announce the resignation of three top executives in the coming days.
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