Suresh Patamsetty

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Apple is reportedly building a new Beats-powered music streaming service

The new service will be fully integrated into iTunes<p>Apple is currently building a brand new music streaming service with features and technology from Beats Music, according to Mark Gurman of<i>9to5Mac</i>. The new service will be fully integrated into iTunes, and the app will be available on iOS, the …

Streaming

We won the internet back

This is going to be short since I'm on a train — headed to DC, of all places — but today's momentous net neutrality news deserves a moment to state the obvious: we won. I asked my friend Julie Samuels from Engine Advocacy for a comment, and all she said was "this is fucking awesome."<p>It was almost …

Net Neutrality

Google reveals Android 5.1 update for Android One smartphones

Google's website for Android One, the platform designed to bring a cohesive Android experience to developing markets, today revealed the existence of Android 5.1, a new version of the smartphone platform. Prior to this, the latest version of Android available was 5.0.2 for Nexus smartphones and …

Android News

Microsoft's next surprise is free Office for iPad, iPhone, and Android

There's no such thing as a free lunch, or is there?<p>Microsoft's Office suite for iPad, iPhone, and Android is now free. In a surprise move, the software giant is shaking up its mobile Office strategy to keep consumers hooked to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. Starting today, you'll no longer …

The iPhone just lost its perfect security record — now what?

For most of the iPhone's lifespan, it's been effectively immune to malware. There were theoretical attacks and viruses targeting jailbroken phones, but thanks to the tight controls of the App Store, finding iOS malware in the wild has been nearly impossible. If you didn't jailbreak your phone and …