Samsung Galaxy S9 Buy One, Get One deal now live at T-Mobile

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We’ve seen quite a few deals on the Galaxy S9 and S9+ since the two flagships launched two weeks ago, and now another offer has launched.

T-Mobile is now offering a Buy One, Get One deal on the Samsung Galaxy S9. Specifically, customers who buy a Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, or Galaxy S8 Active can get $ 720 in bill credits when they buy a second Galaxy S9, S9+, or S8 Active. Those bill credits would cover the cost of a second Galaxy S9, but customers who choose an S9+ ($ 840) or S8 Active ($ 850) would still owe some money for their second device after the credits.

This deal is open to new and existing T-Mobile customers, but you do need to activate at least one new line of service to get it. You also need to purchase both phones on a 24-month Equipment Installment Plan and pay the down payment ($ 120 for the S9+, $ 130 for the S8 Active) and any applicable tax for your devices at the time of purchase.

T-Mo’s Galaxy S9 deal will be available for a limited time and is valid only for purchases made starting today, March 30. It may be combined with other active offers, but two offers that it cannot be combined with are Carrier Freedom and Get Out of the Red.

This looks like a pretty nice deal for anyone interested, as the Galaxy S9 is a brand new flagship phone that looks to be pretty solid. The requirement of a new line may turn some people off, but if you know someone who wants to join you on T-Mobile or you and a friend want to switch together, this is definitely a deal to consider.

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Apple Pay transit card integration goes live in Beijing and Shanghai

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Following the release of iOS 11.3 and watchOS 4.3, Apple on Friday began rolling out transit card integration in China, offering iPhone and Apple Watch users in Beijing and Shanghai tap-to-ride public transportation access.
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Spike Lee’s ‘Pass Over’ brings the drama of live theater to Amazon Prime

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Despite Spike Lee going over to Netflix to reimagine his classic film She's Gotta Have It as a series, the cinema auteur has deep ties with Amazon. He created its first original film, the musical Chi-Raq, and has another project debuting on the strea…
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Hulu live TV brings CW broadcasts to select cities

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You've been able to watch CW shows like Jane The Virgin, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Supergirl, Arrow and The Flash on-demand via Hulu for a while now. Last year, the streaming company promised to bring the CW network to its live TV service, but it's taken…
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You can now share Twitter (and Periscope) live videos with timestamps

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So, you want to share a live video you found on Twitter? You no longer have to waste your precious characters telling people where in the video you want them to watch. Now, you can set a timestamp before sharing. It’ll work on both Twitter and Periscope videos, and it starts rolling out today.

To access this feature, just hit the “share” button on a live video. There’s a new slider where you can choose a splot in the video, then you add your text and let it fly.

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iOS 11.3 is live now, complete with new battery features

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Apple launched iOS 11.3 this morning, bringing updates to ARKit, introducing Health Records and, most notably, adding new battery features. The update comes just a few months after Apple drew public scorn for its practice of slowing down processor sp…
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Twitter makes it easy to share the best part of live videos

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When you want to show your Twitter followers a specific part of a live video, you have no choice but to tell them what time to skip to. Now, Twitter has rolled out a new feature called "Timestamps," which gives you a way to share live videos that sta…
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AgileBits’ 1Password 7 for Mac beta is live, and it looks awesome

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Widely-used password manager 1Password just got an update, and it’s more full-featured than ever.

AgileBits’ 1Password password management app has been one of the most popular ways to securely keep track of multiple passwords for awhile. Now, the company has released a completely overhauled beta of 1Password 7 for the Mac, making it even more of a must-have tool for people who have literally any sort of account. According to AgileBits’ announcement, this beta is only “a taste of what’s to come,” but it’s already pretty jam-packed with improvements and new features.

Aesthetically, a lot has changed about 1Password for Mac — even the initial lock screen that appears when you launch the app. Though the change is super minor, the colors and design have been altered slightly, making it look more minimalist and tidy. And speaking of design, the entire interface of the app has also changed, replacing the stark, blindingly white background with skillfully chosen dark blue and gray tones. Font designer Alan Dague-Greene even created a new font specifically for 1Password 7 called “Courier Prime Bits.”

Also new is the revamped, “enhanced” sidebar that gives you access to your items, vaults, and more. You can now organize your vaults (which make it easier to categorize your passwords) by dragging and dropping — even if you want to drag them between two different accounts. And if you want to create a new vault, all you have to do is drag an item over the text in the menu bar that says “New Vault,” and one will be automatically created for you. What’s more, you can edit your vaults directly without ever needing to leave the app, allowing you to make changes even more quickly and easily than before.

Other notable features in the beta include rich formatting capabilities using Markdown in notes, better tag organization with nested tags, Secure Enclave for Touch ID, and integration with Troy Hunt’s Have I Been Pwned? database so you can be certain you don’t have any compromised passwords.

If you’d like to try the 1Password 7 beta for Mac, you can do so by clicking this link or by heading to AgileBits’ announcement (where, coincidentally, you can also check out more details about the update). If you’ve already got a 1Password membership, you’re good to go as soon as it’s downloaded, and can just unlock the app right away. However, if you only have a standalone license for version 6, you’ll be asked to either subscribe or purchase another license for version 7. Right now licenses are available for only $ 39.99 — that’s nearly $ 30 less than they’ll be when the update officially launches later this year — so if you’re interested, I’d get on it right away.

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YouTube TV gets a customizable live channel guide screen

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Google sometimes adds new features to apps via updates with changelogs and whatnot. Other times, new features just magically appear one day. That seems to be the case with a new YouTube TV feature. You can now edit your live channel guide to hide what you don’t watch and move the other channels around.

You will find this feature buried int he settings under “Live guide.” Hop into that menu and you get a full list of channels for your area.

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