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Jay Cutler’s New ‘NFL On Fox’ Announcing Partner Weighs In

How does the guy sharing the broadcast booth with Jay Cutler feel about his new partner?  TMZ Sports spoke with “NFL on Fox” color analyst Charles Davis who says he fired up!  Davis says he and Cutler are already working on building their…


Can the BlackBerry KEYone win back the mainstream? [#ACpodcast]

The AC podcast duo of Daniel and Jerry needed some reinforcements this week to dive into the new BlackBerry KEYone, so we called CrackBerry Kevin and Bla1ze of the CrackBerry team and MrMobile himself, Michael Fisher, to help us talk it out!

Is the BlackBerry KEYone a phone that everyone should be excited about, or just hardcore BlackBerry fans? And how come it took the company so long to make a phone like this? Get the inside scoop on why a phone like the KEYone took so long to come to market!

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Spotify has a new feature that lets you scan a barcode and play a song and it’s pretty f’ing cool!

This is how you go viral.

In February, Spotify removed its in-app messaging feature, which instantly made it harder to share a song with a friend. What they have now totally makes up for it.

According to Techcrunch, more details are coming Monday May 8, but a feature that lets you scan a special barcode and instantly play a song is live and it’s pretty glorious.

Each song has a unique code attached to its album art (you bring that up the same way you always did) and using Spotify’s in-app camera you take a picture and the song plays. The feature works whether you’re scanning it from a friend’s phone or from a screenshot that you can send through any messaging app. It’s a simple feature that works just like it’s supposed to work, and we love it when that happens!

There are some great ways this might go viral, too (see Snapchat codes). Being able to post a small image anywhere on the web and it plays a song for you means sharing music becomes a lot easier. This is bound to be great for Spotify as well as everyone who likes listening.

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