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Apple Music's Spatial Audio and Lossless Streaming Features Land on Android

Apple launched its Spatial Audio feature and lossless streaming support for Apple Music just over a month ago, and as of today, Android users can also get in on the action. Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Technology, Ipads, Computing, Surround Sound, Digital Audio, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Laboratories, Information and Communications Technology, iPad 2, Spatial Audio, Ultra High Definition Television, Audio Codecs


Drone Captures Historic Floods in Central China's 'iPhone City'

The BBC has aired drone footage of the devastation in Zhengzhou, a city in central China that has experienced deadly floods this week. At least 33 people have died in Henan province, with 376,000 more displaced by the historic flooding over the past seven days.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Weather, Science, China, Environment, Bbc, Nature, Flood, Earth Sciences, Central China, Zhengzhou, Hydrology, Henan, Physical Geography, Disaster Accident


Verizon Finally Embraces RCS, Now the Lone Holdout Is Apple

Starting next year, Verizon will make Android Messages the default texting app on all its Android devices.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Android, Verizon, Science, Technology, Smartphones, Telecommunications, Computing, Messages, Att, Google Hangouts, Text Messaging, T Mobile, Hiroshi Lockheimer


Use This Tool to Check If Your Phone's Been Hacked by the NSO Group's Spyware

If you’ve been watching the news this week you may have heard something about the NSO Group, an Israeli spyware firm that currently stands accused of helping bad actors to hack journalists, politicians, and human rights activists throughout the world.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Android, Security, Science, Malware, Spyware, Security Breaches, Computing, Amnesty International, Pegasus, Espionage, Emmanuel Macron, NSO Group, Technology Internet, Whatsapp Snooping Scandal


Warby Parker's New App Lets You Skip In-Person Vision Tests

Does anyone actually like eye exams? Probably not, especially if your vision hasn’t changed but the dumb site you’re trying to order glasses or contact lenses from won’t let you buy them because your prescription expired last week. For those people, Warby Parker announced today that it’s revamped its telehealth…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Health, Glasses, Science, Vision, Warby Parker, Warby, Contact Lens, Telehealth, Corrective Lenses, Optometry, Ophthalmology, Pupillary Distance, Medical Prescription


Huawei's New Smartwatch Could Have Been Great

Huawei picked a real weird time to release the Huawei Watch 3. On the one hand, you have Samsung and Google completely upending the Android smartwatch space, while Apple firmly remains the smartwatch of choice for iOS users. Fitbit’s been gobbled up by Google. There isn’t a whole lot of space for flagship smartwatches…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Uber, Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Smartwatches, Computing, Fitbit, Huawei, Google Mobile Services, Wearable Devices, Operating Systems, Huawei Watch, Max


The Huawei Watch 3 Could Have Been Great

Huawei picked a real weird time to release the Huawei Watch 3. On the one hand, you have Samsung and Google completely upending the Android smartwatch space, while Apple firmly remains the smartwatch of choice for iOS users. Fitbit’s been gobbled up by Google. There isn’t a whole lot of space for flagship smartwatches…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Uber, Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Smartwatches, Computing, Fitbit, Huawei, Google Mobile Services, Wearable Devices, Operating Systems, Huawei Watch, Max


Now You Can Delete the Last 15 Minutes of Your Google Search History on iOS

In its never-ending quest to convince users that it has privacy top of mind, Google is rolling out a quick auto-delete control to scrub the last 15 minutes of your mobile search history. The feature is arriving on iOS devices first, with the option coming to Android devices later this year.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Google, Ipad, Google Drive, Science, Technology, Gmail, Google Search, Software, Computing, Google Io, Alphabet Inc, Google Account, Google Workspace, Cross Platform Software, Technology Internet


Ring's Security Cameras Now Offer End-to-End Encryption, but You'll Have to Opt In

Amazon-owned Ring is making end-to-end encryption for its security cameras available globally.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Amazon, Internet Of Things, Science, Technology, Encryption, Cryptography, Home Automation, Nest, Doorbell, Ring, Adt, End To End Encryption, Netgear, Smart Doorbell, Neighbors


11 Things Your Laptop Can Do That You Might Not Know About

Most of us have been using a laptop to work and play for years and years, but aside from your well-worn routines, have you actually explored every utility and feature that would make your life easier? Are you sure? Take a trip off the beaten track to some of the lesser-known features and options available to you—from…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Science, Microsoft, Safari, Software, Windows 95, Computing, Sony, Roku, Signal, Microsoft Windows, Screenshot, Clipboard, macOS, Taskbar, System Software


15 Sony Gadgets That Were Too Weird for This World

Every consumer electronics company has an R&D division constantly cooking up weird gadgets and tech that will potentially help define the future of the industry. For the most part, these devices are produced to explore the practicality of an idea and go unseen by the general public, with only a feature or two…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Science, Technology, Yahoo, Ipod, Playstation, Computing, Sony, Nvidia, Oled, Robocop, Avril Lavigne, Wireless Speakers, Shazam


Qualcomm Just Released a $1,500 Smartphone for Some Reason

Qualcomm makes the chips found in practically every Android phone, but today the company is stepping away from its usual role. With some help from Asus, Qualcomm is announcing the first phone of its own.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Twitter, Science, Technology, Samsung, Intel, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Computing, Nvidia, Nintendo, Amd, Qualcomm, Snapdragon


Michael Flynn's Family Claims They Weren't Reciting a Qanon Oath, Just Doing Some Family Bonding

If you’ve ever been to a sleepover, you may have witnessed a family performing an eerie ritual, like holding hands before eating or playing charades after dinner. Michael Flynn’s family thing is firing up the grill, standing in a line, and reciting a famed QAnon oath—which was just a loving familial gesture that has…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Science, Government, Articles, Cnn, John F Kennedy, Jeff Bridges, Trump, Leslie, Michael Flynn, Oath of Office, Flynns, Fake News, Jack Flynn, White Squall, QAnon


macOS Monterey Might Make You Want to Actually Update Your Mac

Of all Apple’s OSes, macOS is the one most people delay updating. How many of you, when you boot up your Mac, banish update reminders for days—sometimes weeks or even months—with a click of “remind me later” rather than wait to finish the task you sat down to accomplish? I would guess a large number. In the days…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Spotify, Science, Steve Jobs, Ipads, Macintosh, Itunes, Computing, Facetime, Operating Systems, Mach, Mac Mini, Computer Architecture


macOS Monterey Preview: iOS 15 Features Come for Your Mac

Of all Apple’s OSes, macOS is the one most people delay updating. How many of you, when you boot up your Mac, banish update reminders for days—sometimes weeks or even months—with a click of “remind me later” rather than wait to finish the task you sat down to accomplish? I would guess a large number. In the days…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Spotify, Science, Steve Jobs, Ipads, Macintosh, Itunes, Computing, Facetime, Operating Systems, Mach, Mac Mini, Computer Architecture


Android Users Are Getting Closer to an iMessage-Like App

AT&T has announced it’s collaborating with Google to make Messages by Google the default messaging app on all Android phones supported by the network. This means AT&T subscribers will have access to Rich Communication Services (RCS) and Messages by Google’s built-in encryption abilities.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Science, Technology, Imessage, Smartphones, Verizon Wireless, Software, Sprint, Computing, Messages, Att, Mobile Technology, Messaging Apps, Text Messaging


The Smart Home Isn't Worth It

A smart home that responds to your every command and automates mundane tasks is a tantalizing dream. But the reality is that given the current limitations of technology, competing standards, and devices that quickly become obsolete, trying to make that dream a reality today just isn’t worth all the effort.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Amazon, Smart City, Science, Technology, Cars, Smart, Home Automation, Ikea, Philips, Motor Vehicles, Böblingen, Google Nest, Microcars


With watchOS 8, Apple Wants to Help You Chill the Hell Out

When Apple previewed the features coming to watchOS 8, the next-gen software upgrade seemed iterative—great for overall performance, but perhaps lacking in terms of direction. This was especially true after watchOS 7, which turned the Apple Watch into a vital tool for navigating pandemic life. However, after living…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Science, Fitness, Siri, Software, Tai Chi, Messages, Settings, Apple Watch, Wearable Devices, Operating Systems, watchOS, Apple Inc, Apple Worldwide Developers Conference


iOS 15 Preview: This Could Be the Cure for Your iPhone Addiction

If iOS 14 was a visual overhaul that gave you full control over how your iPhone looks, iOS 15 is a logistical one that gives you full control over how your iPhone behaves, which in turn will change how you use it.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Ios, Ipad, Spotify, Hbo, Science, Disney, Smartphones, Software, Nba, FLO, Twitch, Facetime, Operating Systems, Postmates, Apple Music


iOS 15 Could Be the Cure for Your iPhone Addiction

If iOS 14 was a visual overhaul that gave you full control over how your iPhone looks, iOS 15 is a logistical one that gives you full control over how your iPhone behaves, which in turn will change how you use it.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Ios, Ipad, Spotify, Hbo, Science, Disney, Smartphones, Software, Nba, FLO, Twitch, Facetime, Operating Systems, Postmates, Apple Music


Now You Can Stream Xbox Games to Your iPhone and iPad

Shortly before E3, Microsoft announced plans to expand xCloud game streaming to browsers, and today that update went live, finally unlocking the ability to stream games on iPhones and iPads using Safari.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Science, Technology, Microsoft, Ipads, Safari, Computing, Tablet Computers, Xbox, Nvidia, Razer, Cloud Gaming, Xbox Game Pass


Now You Can Stream Xbox Games to Your iPhone and Mac

Shortly before E3, Microsoft announced plans to expand xCloud game streaming to browsers, and today that update went live, finally unlocking the ability to stream games on iPhones, iPads, and Macs using Safari.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Science, Microsoft, Apple TV, Ipads, Computing, Xbox, Nvidia, Razer, Apple Inc, Cloud Gaming, iPad 2, Xbox Game Pass


Netflix Will Let Android Users Stream Unfinished Downloads

When Netflix back in 2016, it was a much welcome addition for commuters, frequent travelers, and anyone with a spotty internet connection. The feature hasn’t changed much since then, but starting today, Netflix is now letting Android users watch partially downloaded content. Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Android, Science, Smartphones, Ipads, Software, Netflix, Computing, Operating Systems, Xbox 360 Software, Technology Internet


New Shazam for Birds Will Identify That Chirping for You

I was recently creeping through a clearing of downed trees in a wooded Brooklyn park with my iPhone in hand. Birds were singing everywhere, but through the din, I was recording a peculiar song: It was almost certainly the slurred, metallic whistle of a Bicknell’s thrush. Though a plain-looking, brown-speckled bird,…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Science, Environment, Articles, Birdwatching, Brooklyn, Merlin, Citizen Science, Shazam, Ornithology, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Bicknell, Macaulay, Macaulay Library, Branches Of Biology, Academic Disciplines


Western Digital Confirms 'My Book Live' Drives Are Being Deleted Remotely

Western Digital’s popular My Book Live hard drives are being deleted remotely by an unknown attacker, according to the company. And there’s not much anyone can do at this point but unplug their drives from the internet.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Security, Science, Articles, Computers, Password, Computing, Western Digital, Default Password, Technology Internet, Western Digital My Book, Jolin Tan


How to Watch Microsoft's Windows 11 Event—and What to Expect

It’s about time Microsoft introduced something new, and we’re pretty sure that what’s on the way is a new version of Windows. Specifically, we expect to see Windows 11, because Windows 10X has all but kicked the bucket before it even had a chance. (RIP.) Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Microsoft, Xbox One, Smartphones, Windows 10, Baidu, Windows 8, Microsoft Windows, Operating Systems, Microsoft Store, Computer Architecture, Universal Windows Platform Apps, Mobile Operating Systems


It Looks Like Peloton Wants to Get Into Wearables

In late 2020, Peloton quietly snapped up a few startups specializing in wearable and fitness technology, sparking speculation that perhaps the connected fitness company was mulling a wearable of its own. Now, a Bloomberg report claims that Peloton is working on an armband that measures heart rate.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Technology, Activity Tracker, Bloomberg, Smartwatches, Apple Watch, Heart Rate Monitor, Wearable Devices, Peloton, Ubiquitous Computing, Wear OS, Wearable Computers, Humancomputer Interaction


Big Tech CEOs Apparently Not Loving New Bills Seeking to Trust Bust Big Tech

Lawmakers in the House of Representatives introduced legislation aimed at reigning in the powers of big tech companies last Friday, and... hang on... I’m getting word that the CEOs of those companies think that antitrust bills are actually a bad thing? And that their companies should just be left alone, with their…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Politics, Science, Elizabeth Warren, Companies, Software, House Of Representatives, Tim Cook, Computing, Nancy Pelosi, Apple Inc, David Cicilline


YouTube Will Roll Out Picture-in-Picture Support to iOS Users Starting with Premium Subscribers

At long last, the YouTube app on iOS is getting picture-in-picture support, allowing users to continue watching videos in a small pop-up window while scrolling on their iPhones and iPads.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Science, Youtube, Smartphones, Ipads, Software, Computing, Tablet Computers, Operating Systems, Ios 9, Alphabet Inc, iPad 2, YouTube Premium, Mobile Operating Systems


What to Expect From Microsoft's Windows 11 Event

It’s about time Microsoft introduced something new, and we’re pretty sure that what’s on the way is a new version of Windows. Specifically, we expect to see Windows 11, because Windows 10X has all but kicked the bucket before it even had a chance. (RIP.) Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Microsoft, Xbox One, Smartphones, Xbox, Windows 10, Baidu, Windows 8, Microsoft Windows, Operating Systems, Microsoft Store, Computer Architecture, Universal Windows Platform Apps



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