Weekly tech news roundup

This week: Amazon gets a patent for a drone delivery network concept, Dyson is (finally) rolling out a robot vacuum in the U.S. and Canada, and Gorilla glass just got better. Plus, learn about what Firefox is turning off next month, check out a new handy app, and find out what Elon Musk thinks about the future.
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Go “private” on your mobile device

Every social media platform has a unique set of privacy features. Here’s a walk through of how to edit your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat privacy settings on an iOS device.
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Cheap Tunes Tuesday

"Wide Open Spaces" was one of the first country albums to crossover into the pop charts. In 1998, the Dixie Chicks sold more albums than all other county music groups combined because of it's unique sound. You still got your grandma’s toe-tapping female country artist but with a modern twist and feel—something that really hadn’t been done before the Chicks. Today, you can score this Grammy-winning album for only $5.
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Batman v Superman

Batman v Superman comes to TDS TV on Demand

We are in the dregs of summer, but don’t fret, because we have one of the year’s most anticipated films coming to TDS TV on Demand - “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” In addition to the superhero blockbuster, we’re excited about the latest “Barbershop” comedy, the thriller “Criminal” and the crazy video game-like action flick “Hardcore Henry.” And if that doesn’t interest you, just hold on because a fourth “Sharknado” film is coming to you soon. You can't beat that for fun!
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How to play Pokémon Go—the basics to get you started

If you’d like to know what the Pokémon fuss is about, but don’t know how to get started, we can get you going. A recent Pokémon newbie/mom, gathered the questions and answers she's been searching for (and getting from other parents whose kids are now playing).
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What does Google know about you?

Have you ever thought about what your internet searches may reveal about you? You might be surprised to know just how much Google knows. While on its surface what you search for may seem uninteresting, just think of what can be gleaned from it. We have a few ways you can check the (potentially creepy) data Google has on you so you can clear Google from keeping any unwanted details. .
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Cheap Tunes Tuesday

Sometimes the best music is when you try out something new and this album is awesome. I think anyone who enjoys folks, bluegrass or acoustic rock type genres will find this appealing. On a day in which Amazon will make millions on quasi-sales, stick it to ‘em by only paying $5 bucks for this album—it’s worth at least double that.
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Seen on Pinterest: 8 Creative Kale Dishes

Kale. It's the season's trendiest superfood. But this curly green veggie doesn't have to be boring. High in fiber and low in calories, Kale is full of vitamins, antioxidants and you can mix it into everything from salads to smoothies (your kids won't even know!).
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Guard Against Hackers on Public Wi-Fi

Hacking has become easy. So easy that ordinary people like you and me can learn to do it. All it… more...
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I Saw the Light

Check out the latest films coming to TDS TV on Demand

If you are searching for some entertainment to beat the July heat, TDS TV On Demand offers a host of new films for your viewing pleasure. We’ve got arty drama, sci-fi action, music, comedies and a whole lot more to get you through all the hot days.
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