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Pivotal Tracker 1 review: Get active and make informed choices for just $12 a year

There are regular predictions that wearables are the mobile tech of the future, but so far adoption has seemed to lag behind expectations. One major factor preventing people from at least giving wearables a try is price. Pivotal Living has removed that barrier and offers the Pivotal Tracker 1 for free with your $12 per year Pivotal Living subscription. When… Read more →

Pivotal Tracker 1: in pictures

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Top iOS news of the week: effective iPhone lockout, IBM app rollout, best apps

Report: Activation Lock cutting down on iPhone thefts A report has surfaced that shows iPhone thefts down due to the relatively new feature that restricts the ability to activate phones. Activation Lock requires the same Apple user ID used to originally activate the new phone to initialize phones that have been previously wiped. This simple method of reactivating phones makes… Read more →

T-Mobile announces first LTE Google Nexus 9, $100 unlimited everything business plan

(Image: T-Mobile) Google launched the WiFi-only model of the Nexus 9, see my full review, in early November and this week T-Mobile announced they have the first LTE version available now for $599.76. The LTE Google Nexus 9, made by HTC, may be coming to other carriers eventually, but T-Mobile is the only place to buy one at this time…. Read more →

Facebook drops Microsoft’s Bing from Facebook search results

As first reported by Reuters on December 12, Facebook has stopped showing Microsoft Bing search results within Facebook. Instead, Facebook is now using its own search technology, which is focused on searching Facebook content, rather than Bing. Microsoft and Facebook officials have both confirmed the switch has happened and that Facebook is no longer showing Bing Web search results in… Read more →

Facebook drops Microsoft’s Bing from Facebook search results

As first reported by Reuters on December 12, Facebook has stopped showing Microsoft Bing search results within Facebook. Instead, Facebook is now using its own search technology, which is focused on searching Facebook content, rather than Bing. Microsoft and Facebook officials have both confirmed the switch has happened and that Facebook is no longer showing Bing Web search results in… Read more →

Trying to Swim in a Sea of Social Media Invective

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