Daily Links: Google lets you upload 50,000 songs to the cloud for free

daily linksDigital Life:

Google now lets you upload 50,000 songs to the cloud for free (Verge)

Amazon Publishing Expands Into France, Spain (Ink, Bits and Pixels)

 You Won’t Be Able to Use Your AOL ID to Access iTunes for Much Longer (Recode)

Google, Tumblr Remind Us That If You Don’t Own The Platform, You Don’t Control It Either (Ink, Bits and Pixels)

Whose digital content is it anyway? (The Guardian)

Google Launches Distraction-Free Reading Mode for Chrome, But It’s Not Worth Using (Ink, Bits and Pixels)

Apps and Software:

Marvel Mighty Heroes Game Announcement (Gear Diary)

Gaming and Streaming:

The long, bouncy saga of PC Grand Theft Auto V delays (Ars Technica)

Obituary: Gaming pioneer Steve Bristow helped design Tank, Breakout (Ars Technica)

Broadband and Telephone News:

Verizon will fix your landline in a month—or give you wireless right now (Ars Technica)

T-Mobile launches update tracker for Android devices (Android Central)

Tips, Tricks and How-to:

Top 10 tips and tricks for Google Maps on Android (Android Central)

Kindle Text-to-Speech Review (Video) (The Ebook Reader)

Finds and Deals:

Amazon’s Kindle Daily Deals today include Kendra Elliot and Melinda Leigh’s newest series, science fiction, romance and time management titles.

The Nook Find of the Day is Moira Young’s Rebel Heart (Dust Lands Series #2) for $1.99.

The Kobo Daily Deals is Joseph Kanon’s Istanbul Passage for $1.99.

Daily Links are interesting links I discover as I go about my online day. The frequency and number of links posted depend upon the daily news. I also post other, different links of interest on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.

 

 

 

 

 

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