Amazon has introduced new monthly subscriptions for its Prime and Prime Video services. Here’s everything you need to know, including the pricing.

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In a recent interview, Geohot has claimed that his company’s self-driving car kit would be available by the end of the year, and that too just under $1,000.

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Facebook may have started out as a social network that was aimed at allowing lost connections to reacquaint themselves with one another, but as we can all tell now, it’s grown exponentially since then into the Internet behemoth we know today. Facebook also likes to boast that part of the astronomical social experience centered around the fact that businesses on Facebook and end-users have together exchanged more than one billion messages between them, which perfectly paves the way for the introduction of Facebook’s new chat bots, officially called as “Bots for Messenger”, as announced during the company’s annual F8 developer conference today.

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It doesn’t look as if HBO is going to take its foot off the gas for Game of Thrones as yet another trailer makes its way into the public domain, showing previously unseen footage.

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You can now stream torrents on Windows and Mac using WebTorrent Desktop app, which also supports AirPlay and Chromecast. Here are the details.

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Facebook has today announced that its Live video streaming service is now available to everyone, with a raft of new features which allows people to stream live video to friends, family or just about anyone via their Facebook accounts and smartphones.

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All of your WhatsApp messages will now have end-to-end encryption on iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Web. Here are the details on it.

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Google has today announced that all of its Google Play family of apps are set to receive a visual makeover, or at least their icons will. In a blogpost by Jonathan Chung, Visual Design Lead, Google Play, Google announced that all six of its Google Play apps will get new, more colorful and friendly icons.

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You can now Netflix and Chill with a friend over long-distance using this Google Chrome extension. Here’s how it works.

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There are very few shows being aired on television at the moment that can cause a spike in excitement levels quite like the fabulous Game of Thrones series. Season 6 of the extremely popular fantasy drama is fast approaching, and as you might expect, adrenaline levels and excitement gauges are reading off the scale amongst those who love nothing more than engrossing themselves in the fantasy worlds of Westeros and Essos. HBO is quite clearly happy to promote that excitement, and has quickly moved to stoke the fire once more with the release of a new short teaser trailer that shows off previously unseen footage from season 6.

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Uber has launched a new Family Profiles feature in select regions, allowing family members there to share the service using just the one payment source. Here’s how it works.

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There’s a trick that lets you track sleeping habits of your Facebook friends so that you can check stuff like when they wake up. Here’s how it works.

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You may remember that towards the back-end of last year we brought you the rather obscure news that famed iPhone hacker George Hotz (also known as Geohot) was getting involved in the autonomous vehicle space. After stepping away from jailbreaking iPhones and finding exploitable vulnerabilities in Sony’s PlayStation 3, and taking numerous other jobs and internships at big companies, Hotz has set up a company called Comma, with the intention of attempting to pioneer artificially intelligent self-driving vehicles. It was generally classed as a laughable notion that Geohot would go up against the likes of Google and Tesla Motors in attempting to build an intelligent autonomous car, but new reports are suggesting that Hotz has secured investor funding for his new passion.

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Here’s how you can replace Facebook’s boring Reactions emoji for something more eye catching, like Donald Trump pulling an array of strange faces, or perhaps something a little more Pokemon related.

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Here’s how to find videos on YouTube by location. This allows users to choose what kind of radius they are willing to search within, and they can even add keywords and choose which channels they want to search if they really want to get granular.

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Here’s how to live stream the 2016 Oscars (88th Academy Awards) live online on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Windows, Mac and Xbox 360.

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Facebook Reactions has now launched globally on iOS, Android, and desktop web. Here’s how to use the new feature.

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Amazon’s big thing right now is its Prime membership. Offering free access to Amazon’s catalog of digital movies, TV shows and music content, along with unlimited cloud photo uploads, as well as free shipping on qualified items. Amazon has today altered the threshold at which deliveries qualify for free shipping for those who do not pay $99 per year to be Amazon Prime members.

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Wishing a friend or family member a happy birthday will never be the same again, after Facebook announced its new Birthday Cam feature, which allows users to record short video messages wishing recipients many happy returns of the day.

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Popcorn Time appears to be back online, although not quite in its original form, and the original development team says it has had nothing to do with the revived version.

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