iPhone owners get a chance to try Google's streaming-music service, the FCC pushes carriers to unlock phones, and the Lumia 2520 Windows 8 tablet launches first at AT&T.
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In this episode of Update:
- Crank up Google Play Music on the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Google's streaming music service launched for Android over the summer, but the iOS version was delayed by months. The app stores 20,000 songs for free online and has custom radio stations, but paying $10 a month gives you access to a library of millions of songs to play on demand.
- Learn how the FCC is
pushing carriers to unlock phones
when a customer's contract is fulfilled.
- Check out the
, Nokia's first Windows 8 tablet. It arrives first at AT&T next week on Friday, the same day as the
and the Xbox One.
- Save your battery with Bluetooth LE,
which is being added to Lumia Windows 8 phones
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