Some Bose Speakers And Soundbars Now Support Google Assistant

Bose launched a smart home speaker and two soundbars last year. They featured Alexa integration out of the box which led to the question whether the company would eventually add support for other digital assistants as well. The question has been offered in the affirmative as these devices have indeed received support for the Google Assistant.


Adobe Premiere Rush For Android Is Finally Out

Adobe Premiere Rush is essentially a trimmed version of its Premiere Pro and Audition tools that are meant for serious video editors. The company first released the Premiere Rush app for iOS, Windows, and Mac late last year. It said at that time that the app will eventually be released for Android. Adobe Premiere Rush for Android is finally rolling out today.


Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 Just Launched in London Editor's Pick

At an event in London, Honor just launched two new Android smartphones aimed at the “Premium” market ($450-$600), the Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 handsets. The brand has been doing very well in that market for the past 2-3 years, taking share away from competitors.


Database Of Instagram Influencers And Celebrities Leaked

Storing contact information in a database makes a lot of sense, but what would make even more sense is if that database was password protected. Unfortunately, that was not the case with a database that contained contact information of millions of Instagram influencers, celebrities, and brand accounts.


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SpaceX To Launch 60 Starlink Satellites This Thursday

Elon Musk often has very lofty plans, whether it be to bore tunnels under the roads to help ease traffic congestion, creating fully autonomous cars, or encapsulating the Earth in a blanket of satellites to help bring internet to everyone in the world. The latter effort, known as Starlink and is part of SpaceX, is expected to kick off this Thursday.


Huawei Granted Temporary Reprieve by US Commerce Department

As many of you would have heard by now, Huawei has run into some trouble with the US government where they were blacklisted from doing business with US companies, such as Google. While it might seem like this is more about “punishing” Huawei, the reality is that it will affect everyone.


US Government Now Warns That Drones Could Be Sending Data Back To China

Recently, the US government seems to be cracking down on Chinese companies who are involved in the communications infrastructure in the US and also their allies. Huawei is one of the more recent casualties where due to the US government’s blacklisting, Google, Intel, and Qualcomm have since suspended their business dealings with them.


Anecdote Reveals That Steve Jobs Had The Idea For An Apple Card Back In 2004

Earlier this year and to everyone’s surprise, Apple announced that they would launching their own physical credit card in the form of the Apple Card. However, it seems that if you’ve worked at Apple back in the early days, this might not have been quite as surprising because as it turns out, the Apple Card was one of Steve Jobs’ ideas.


John Wick: Chapter 4 Confirmed For A 2021 Release

The third installment in the John Wick franchise was released not too long ago and it was a smashing success. The movie managed to knock Avengers: Endgame off the charts and has also managed to gross about $93 million worldwide in revenue. Safe to say, this is one of the more successful franchises we’ve seen in recent times.


Pixel 3a Phones Randomly Powering Off For Some Users

It has been almost two weeks since Google released the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Some users have already started reporting an issue with the device. They are experiencing their handsets randomly powering off during the day. As you can probably imagine, this causes a lot of nuisance for those who are using the new handsets as their daily drivers, which is most of the users complaining about the […]


Google Calendar Updated With Dark Mode

Google has really embraced the dark mode for its mobile apps recently. It has already brought the dark theme to apps like Messages, Calculator, Contacts, and Keep so it’s not surprising to see that similar treating is now being meted out to Google Calendar. That app has now been updated with a dark mode as well.


Pandora Releases A New App For Mac

If you have been wishing for a Pandora desktop app, your wish has come true today, provided that you use a Mac. The internet radio service has released a new Pandora for Mac app today. Don’t worry, there’s going to be a version for Windows as well. Pandora says that it’s going to be released for Windows in the near future.


Sony Launches Studio To Create Movies Out Of PlayStation Games Itself

Sony has had to work with other media companies when it wanted to make shows based on its vast library of PlayStation games. The company is now switching gears by setting up its own studio which will allow Sony to quickly adapt its PlayStation games into TV shows and movies on its own. This new division is called PlayStation Productions.


Texas To Ban Red Light Cameras

Texas will soon become the 11th state in the country to ban red light cameras. The state Senate has already approved the House Bill 1631 by a 23 to 8 vote last week. Only the Governor Greg Abbott is now required to give his assent to the bill before it can formally become the law of the land. His assent is essentially a done deal since the governor had campaigned […]


Microsoft Releases Edge For Mac Browser Preview

Microsoft has been working on the Mac version of its Edge web browser for several months now. The company has finally released a preview version of the browser so that those who are interested in testing it out can see just how far along this project has come. Microsoft is now letting Mac users to download a preview version of Edge for macOS.


Most New GM Vehicles To Get Over-The-Air Updates By 2023

General Motors announced today that most of its global models will be capable of receiving over-the-air software updates by 2023. The manufacturer is deploying new electrical systems for its vehicles which are designed to securely transmit heavy data and deliver firmware downloads from the cloud.


Trade Dispute Delays Game Of Thrones Finale In China

Yesterday’s Game of Thrones finale was perhaps the most highly anticipated episode in TV history. You can imagine how disappointed fans of the show in China would have been when they found out that the final episode would not air as per schedule. The broadcast was delayed by Tencent Video, presumably because of the ongoing trade dispute between China and the United States.


HBO Releases New Westworld Season 3 Trailer

HBO’s biggest TV show (Game of Thrones) may have ended yesterday but the premium cable network was quite to give viewers other reason to stick around. It has released a new trailer for the third season of yet other popular show, Westworld. Sure, it may not be quite the global phenomenon as Game of Thrones, but it’s surely one of HBO’s most successful shows.


Impossible Foods’ Next Product Is Meat-Less Sausage

You may have already heard about the plant-based Impossible Burger by now. Developed by Impossible Foods, this hamburger alternative is already part of Burger King’s Impossible Whopper. The company is now marketing other meat-less product. It’s a sausage which will be first sold by the Little Caesars pizza chain.


EVgo Teams Up With Chevron To Install Fast Chargers At Filling Stations

Electric vehicle owners in California will now be able to charge their cars at select Chevron filling stations in the state. EVgo has announced that it has teamed up with Chevron to install fast chargers at the latter’s select filling stations in California. These fast chargers will be of up to 100kW capacity.


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