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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Netflix will raise prices to pay for original content
Netflix said Monday that it will add $1 or $2 to the monthly price for streaming subscribers and put the additional funds toward its efforts to develop original shows such as "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black." The company also said it has struck a deal to launch on TiVo set-tops and will seek partnerships with providers to appear on more set-tops. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)

Nike FuelBand Was the First Fitness Tracker to Fall, But It Won't Be the Last
Nike laid off big chunks of its FuelBand team on Friday, deciding to focus not on hardware but on its software platform instead. The company may have been the first to realize that the space between smartphones and smartwatches is about to get uncomfortably tight, but it certainly won't be the last. More -- Pete Pachal, Mashable


No Fashionista Left Behind
As technology pervades everything fashion forward individuals are thinking busy building a new generation of tech-informed clothing. Here's some of the best we've seen after five years of looking at high tech fashion. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times


HMMM... "All the toilets in the police station have been stolen. Police have nothing to go on."

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

10 Ways to Boost Your Wireless Signal
Whether your surfing has slowed to a crawl, you've got dropped Wi-Fi signals, or you've even got dead zones that receive no signal at all, these tips can help get your phone or laptop back online. More -- Samara Lynn, PCMag.com

Justices weigh cloud, copyright issues in Aereo case
In hearing the copyright case that broadcasters brought against Aereo, the justices of the Supreme Court recognized that the broader issue of cloud computing's legality is also at play, and their questioning on Tuesday left it unclear how the high court might rule on the case. Aereo is a cloud-based service, offering local over-the-air television broadcasts gathered with small antennas to customers who access the TV shows over the Internet. The Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision by the end of June. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)


Google Glass is getting iPhone text alerts
Google is adding iPhone text messaging alerts to Google Glass. Users can opt to receive the alerts through Glass, although they'll have to turn to their phones to send a reply. More -- Computerworld/IDG News Service

 

HMMM... "Mummies are bound to be uptight."

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

HBO signs pact with Amazon Instant Video
Amazon has bought the streaming rights to a cache of HBO content that will be available on Prime Instant Video beginning May 21. Amazon also bought the right to offer HBO Go for its Fire TV set-top box. The deal is HBO's first with a streaming-video company and provides Amazon with content that is not available to Netflix. More -- Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Developers are embracing Chromecast, Google says
More than 3,000 developers of applications and websites have taken up the Google Cast Software Development Kit since the SDK was released in February, according to Nikesh Arora of Google. More apps for the company's Chromecast device are expected this year as a result, narrowing the product's gap with Roku. Chromecast went on sale in an additional 11 countries in March. More -- Multichannel News

Report: Ford to revamp its infotainment system
Ford reportedly is overhauling its My Ford Touch infotainment system and may bring the software to market in new vehicles before the end of this year, The Wall Street Journal reports. The car company reportedly is replacing the Microsoft Windows operating-system software it has used for seven years with BlackBerry's QNX OS. Ford's Joe Hinrichs said the carmaker wants to "improve the stability and responsiveness" of My Ford Touch, acknowledging that the infotainment system has "software limitations that we want to break through," but did not confirm a system overhaul. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)

 

HMMM... "I used to be addicted to soap, but I'm clean now."

Tech Tip of The Week

Copy, Scan, Save and more all while on the go …
There are times where you find yourself needing to make a copy of a document as well as sending or saving one while you are out and about. There are many ways using your tech can help. For some taking a simple picture of the document, or a screenshot if reading it from their mobile device, is sufficient. But for those that need a more professional or organized approach, check out some of these cool apps like Doc Scan Scanner. This app helps declutter your desk by allowing you to scan and save things like documents, receipts and business cards sorting each into their own separate folders. Even more scanning apps are available including TurboScan which features a great cloud service for saving your documents and CamScanner which allows easy editing of them. You can even simplify expense reports with scanner apps like Genius scan. If you’re looking specifically to organize your business cards and contacts try out ScanBizCards, Cam Card or Clinck which all feature great systems for organizing and managing business contacts. Let us know which helped you the best at keeping organized and paper-free … "Into Tomorrow".

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