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Here's how you can play Rocket League in Halo 5

Rocket League was one of the surprise hits of 2015. The highly addictive soccer-style game is heading to Xbox One later this month, but what if you can't wait that long? If you happen to have Halo 5, you can…

Sling TV adds Cinemax to its lineup for an extra $10 per month

Dish-owned Sling TV revealed on Thursday that it has added a new premium network option to its lineup for cord-cutters and cord-nevers. For an additional $10 per month, Sling TV subscribers can now add Cinemax to their programming lineup.

Google will ban all Flash ads in 2017

Google has announced that its entire advertising network, comprising of the Google Display Network and DoubleClick Digital Marketing, will be transitioning away from Flash-based ads to a 100% HTML5 solution over the next year.

India blocks Facebook's Free Basics Internet service

Bringing the rest of the world online is proving to be tougher than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg likely bargained for. Telecom regulators in India have banned the social network's Free Basic service as part of a larger ruling in favor…

What if Twitter died?

Scrolling through my Twitter feed, I had an interesting thought the other day. What if Twitter just didn’t exist anymore? Given all the recent troubles the company’s been going through, it’s no longer a completely unreasonable scenario. …
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