Mobile Minutes: Google’s password-free logins; Low-cost virtual reality; The Beatles and Spotify; T-Mobile throttles YouTube
Google’s quest to kill the password is gathering steam. The U.S. search giant confirmed on Tuesday it is testing a way for users to log its in to services using just their smartphone and no password.
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Virtual reality 2015: A year of low-cost options
Most people who try on virtual reality headgear can’t help but be blown away. With it you can travel to the top of Mt. Everest, sit courtside at an NBA game, or tag along in the cockpit flying with the Blue Angels.
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The Beatles are streaming everywhere, but Spotify has the most to gain
John, Paul, George and Ringo gave everyone in streaming music the same Christmas gift this year, but it’s Spotify that will probably cherish it most.
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YouTube says T-Mobile is throttling its video traffic
YouTube said T-Mobile US Inc. is interfering with its video traffic, raising a new issue as federal regulators examine the wireless carrier’s streaming-video strategy.
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