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Play Music and All Access arrive in Canada

Canada, you’ve got music. Google has finally made Play Music available to Canadian users, bringing the streaming functionality much of the rest of the world has been enjoying for some time now. In addition, Canadians will get a special offer to try it out.

T-Mobile giving customers MLB At Bat 14 season access

T-Mobile is the official wireless sponsor of Major League Baseball and it looks like that could mean at least one perk for the customers. It seems they will be able to grab the MLB At Bat 14 season for free. But while there are some successful reports coming from users, we have yet to see anything official from T-Mobile.

Sources: T-Mobile/Sprint merger is “dead”

Worried about Sprint and T-Mobile merging? Sources tell the New York Post you shouldn’t be. According to them, the deal is “dead”. The FCC, who are outspoken about wanting four major US carriers, are said to be dead set against the merger.

CyanogenMod issues advisory for several HTC devices

The CyanogenMod dev team has made an important PSA (public service announcement) that will critically affect those running nightly builds on a number of HTC's smartphones. Due to changes in one of the important processes for getting a Linux system, like Android, up and running, those devices will need a more recent version of the CWM or TWRP recoveries.

Foursquare announces Swarm, takes on Facebook’s ‘Nearby Friends’

In a time when many other services are merging, Foursqaure is splitting up. The company has announced they are pulling themselves apart, and creating a service called Swarm. Swarm will act as a new messaging service, aimed at getting you together with friends where, hopefully, you use Foursquare to check in to wherever you end up going.

Hulu will offer a “selection” of free content on mobile devices

If you're currently watching Hulu on a mobile device you have a Plus subscription. And while the company is not planning to open the doors entirely, they have announced plans to offer some free content on mobile devices. The specifics remain a mystery at the moment, however Hulu did say this was coming in the "summer" and that it would include "a selection of ad-supported full TV episodes on mobile devices."

Google stops advertising within Apps for Education services

Google has detailed the latest changes dealing with the Apps for Education setup. And nicely, this one means those users will be seeing less in terms of advertisements. The reasoning here is to better protect the privacy of the "more than" 30 million students, teachers and administrators using Apps for Education.
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