PSA: Google brings back one month free trial for Play Music All Access


If you’ve been yearning to try out Play Music All Access for a while now, but missed the 1-month trial promotion Google held at the beginning of the year, you’re in luck. The company has just kicked off a brand new trial period for the service, which is even available to those who’ve participated in the past.

As usual, if you don’t cancel your trial a day before it ends, it will automatically bill you the standard registration rate of $9.99 + taxes. However, cancelling is super-easy and can be done from within the mobile application. All you have to do is head into your Account settings and click the button entitled ‘Cancel Membership’.

Are you going to be taking advantage of a trial? Be sure to let us know in the comments section.

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Nissan’s Teatro for Dayz concept is a ridiculous car made out of screens

tokyo Motor Show only swings around once every two years, so Japanese carmakers often do their best to stand out amid the outlandish designs. And there’s little chance of Nissan’s latest concept getting lost in the crowd — it’s a bizarre vehicle that “can transform according to your whim,” says the company.

Also, it’s called “Teatro for Dayz.” Yeah.

Nissan calls Teatro for Dayz the “first car designed specifically for the generation known as ‘digital natives,’ or “share natives.” To that end, the interior of the car — dashboard, seats, headrests — is completely decked out in display surfaces. “Conventional knobs and switches would limit display arrangement and expression,” says Nissan, so functionality like air conditioning and audio…

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Google updates Play Movies & TV with support for Marshmallow


Google has updated its official Play Movies & TV application for Android via the Play Store. In terms of added functionality, the upgrade carries compatibility for Marshmallow, an easier setup process for Roku boxes and makes it significantly easier to binge watch TV shows as the service now automatically plays the next episode of a series.

The full changelog can be seen below:

  • Android Marshmallow support
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements
  • Easier setup for Roku devices
  • Binge watch for TV episodes

To install the update, simply open up the Play Store, toggle the hamburger menu by swiping in from the left-hand side of the screen, select ‘My Apps’ and click on ‘Play Movies & TV’, then hit the update button. Alternatively, you can hit the link below to initiate the download on your smartphone from the Web.

Play Store Download Link

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The Moto X Style will launch in India through Flipkart on October 8


Independent retailer Flipkart has announced that it will start selling Motorola’s latest high-end smartphone, the Moto X Style, in India on Thursday, October 8. The handset will be up for grabs in both Black and White colorways, and will carry a price tag of around Rs. 30,000 ($460).

The Moto X Style is a pretty impressive device, packing a 5.7-inch qHD display, a 1.8GHz Snapdragon 808 exa-core processor, an Adreno 418 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable internal memory, a 21MP rear-facing camera and a 3,000mAh battery.

If you’re based in India, like the sound of the Moto X Style and would like to be notified the second it’s available to purchase — hit the source link below to register your interest.

Source: Flipkart

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Amazon Studios will release SXSW sci-fi hit Creative Control

Amazon has cut a deal to acquire the independently produced Creative Control, a dark satire about the tech industry that premiered at SXSW in March, winning the special jury prize for visual excellence in the process. Variety reports that Amazon Studios, the company’s TV and movie arm, has slated the movie for a theatrical and streaming release next year. The new acquisition comes two months after Amazon Studios struck a deal to distribute its first film, Spike Lee’s upcoming Chi-Raq.

Creative Control tells the story of an advertising executive tasked with selling “Augmenta” wearable glasses. Set in an achingly hip corner of Brooklyn, and featuring a cast made up of actual tech executives and future-savvy celebrities (including Reggie…

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