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    Twitter has added a custom timelines feature designed to give users more control over how they see tweets in their feed. Users can create and name custom timelines around a specific topic or event, and then they can choose only the most noteworthy or relevant tweets to add to the timeline. Custom timelines borrow from Twitter's Lists feature, which allows you to keep track of tweets from groups of Twitter users under lists like "Friends" or "News."
    Apple Inc said its iPad Mini with retina display will be available beginning Tuesday starting at $399 in the United States. Apple launched the thinner and lighter version of its tablet called "iPad Air" on October 23 and said an upgraded version of the iPad Mini will go on sale in November. While Apple announced the product earlier, the exact date when the iPad Mini would go on sale was not known, Hudson Square Research analyst Daniel Ernst said. The iPad Mini includes a higher resolution screen and the A7 chip used in iPad Air and the new iPhone 5S.
    Google Glass will soon have some new music-friendly features. The search company on Tuesday announced that Google Glass will soon come with voice commands. In the example provided on the Google+ page, Google said that the feature would allow users to say something like "OK, Glass, listen to..." to play a song. In addition, Google has announced that stereo earbuds will be coming to Google Glass. The add-ons will allow for listening to music while still hearing what's going on around the person, the company says.
    Roku recently passed 1,000 channels and that list is about to get even longer. Roku announced that WatchESPN, Watch Disney, Watch Disney Junior and Watch Disney XD will be added to the company's streaming boxes. It's a bit of catchup for the company, as the the same collection of apps were were added to its main competitor, the Apple TV, earlier this year . "Watch ESPN" is available to Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Verizon FiOS TV, Comcast's Xfinity TV, Midcontinent Communications, Cablevision's Optimum TV, Cox, AT&T U-verse TV, Charter and Google Fiber subscribers, and is "coming soon" to NRTC subscribers.