YouTube Red Offers Paying Customers Ad-Free PewDiePie


YouTube on Wednesday introduced YouTube Red, a $10 a month ad-free channel. Membership extends across devices, and consumers can access the service from other YouTube channels or apps, including YouTube Gaming. Subscribers to YouTube Red will get a twofer — it automatically provides access to Google Play Music, which also carries a $10 subscription tag. Starting early next year, YouTube Red subscribers will have access to new shows and movies from major YouTube creators in the Originals channel.

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Apple extends restricted stock grant program to all employees

Article Image In a letter to employees on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced a new program that extends restricted stock unit grants to all staff members, a strategy normally employed to incentivize work performance.

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Gear Up for a Flood of IoT Support Requests


Growth of the Internet of Things in broadband households extends the life, utility and functionality of all connected solutions in the home. It also puts new pressures on existing support solutions to meet consumers’ expectations. Sixteen percent of U.S. broadband households owned a smart home device, and nearly 40 percent planned to buy a smart home product in the next 12 months, suggests a research report Parks Associates released last month. Many of those devices will be self-installed.

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