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Report: AT&T is making the dumbest smartphone accessory of 2017

Moto Mods: AT&T DirecTV Now Chromecast

In a world of phone-holding hats and bluetooth-connected fidget spinners, I know that calling anything "the worst" is a bold statement. But I invite you to take a journey into the festering corpse of an idea that Moto and AT&T have come up with, and tell me I'm wrong.

According to Android Authority, Moto will shortly be releasing a Moto Mod for its modular smartphones, called the AT&T Mobile TV Cast. It's formed of two parts: a modular case that you snap onto the back of your phone, and an HDMI dongle that gets attached to your TV. With those in place, you'll be able to stream AT&T's DirecTV Now service from your phone to your TV.

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YouTube star Casey Neistat slams video sharing site’s ad strategy

YouTube star Casey Neistat has slammed the video sharing site’s ad strategy, saying that the platform’s content creators are suffering.

Neistat, who has more than 8 million subscribers on YouTube, is a prominent video blogger. In a video posted on the platform Tuesday, he explained that YouTube’s revamped ad policies are hurting content creators.

“I genuinely don’t feel YouTube does enough to take care of and look after their community,” he said.

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The most popular Netflix show of the summer might surprise you

Most popular Netflix show 2017

Netflix came into 2017 with a prospective content budget of $6 billion. Midway through October, Netflix has already released dozens of original series and movies this year with plenty more to come, but we'll likely never how well any of those shows did in terms of viewership. Netflix keeps all of that information close to the chest, but on Wednesday, IndieWire shared the results of a study that might reveal which show drew the most eyes this summer.

Parrot Analytics -- a data science firm that measures audience demand for content with its “Demand Expressions” metric -- told IndieWire that Ozark has received the most impressions of any streaming show over the past 90 days. That includes shows from Hulu and other online streaming services.

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Tim Cook assures fans the Mac Mini isn’t forgotten

Mac Mini

It's been quite a while since Apple updated the venerable Mac Mini. In fact, it's been three long years since Apple devoted any attention to the beloved machine. In that time frame, Apple has gone through three full iPhone release cycles while also managing to refresh and update all of the other Mac models in its product lineup. And  yet, the Mac Mini subsists with outdated specs.

The Mac Mini was never exceedingly popular relative to other Mac models, but the desktop computer undoubtedly has an ardent following. If you happen to be one of those folks on the Mac Mini bandwagon, we've got some good news for you. In an email responding to the future of the Mac Mini, Tim Cook recently said that the compact computer will remain an important part of Apple's product roadmap.

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New video shows what it’s like to drive a Tesla Model 3

Model 3 Review

Amid reports that Tesla has been experiencing some serious production issues with the Model 3, Elon Musk last week posted a video of the Model 3 production line to prove that things are running along smoothly. All the same, there's no denying that Model 3 production has been incredibly low, and far below what many bullish Tesla investors and observers of the company anticipated. Tesla has remained somewhat quiet on the matter, only telling us that production shortfalls can be attributed to "production bottlenecks."

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