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Hulu might launch an ad-free pricing tier sometime this fall

Shutterstock<p>Television streaming service Hulu has one of the widest varieties of exclusive channels, TV shows and movies available on the web. For the low rate of $7.99 per month, you can watch all of the shows you’d like, whenever you want, on your television, computer and even your mobile device. …

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Google Maps Takes Users To New Heights With Street View Treks

Nightly News Spotlight<p>Champagne and Romance Tips with Joanna Coles<p>15:03<p>Legendary photographer Steve McCurry still gets shy approaching strangers on the street<p>15:01<p>Fashion entrepreneur Amy Smilovic knows the value of "faking it until you make it"<p>13:59<p>How this police officer used his viral fame to …

Google Maps

Can Facebook Turn Its Users Into Shoppers?

Evangelists have long touted the potential of bringing social media and commerce together, particularly when it comes to Facebook and its nearly one-and-a-half billion active monthly users. Now, according to reports, Facebook members will be able to make purchases through e-commerce shops within …

Social Media

How to set up your own Raspberry Pi powered VPN

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/technology/1180000/1180963_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1532490200_621b4960b969169e2bc8199bbace4445<p><b>Eyes are everywhere online.</b><p>The websites you visit often track where you came from and watch where you head off to next.<p>A VPN - or virtual private …

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Windows 10 Hands-On! (Build 10240)

Samsung's next Galaxy Tab S should be a whole lot wider

Don't look now, but Samsung's widescreen Android tablets might be going the way of the Dodo. <i>Tabletmonkeys</i> claims to have leaked images of the Galaxy Tab S2, and the high-end slate appears to be adopting the same wide, iPad-like aspect ratio as the Galaxy Tab A. In fact, it might <i>lose</i> size and …