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How to update Sonos speakers for AirPlay 2 and HomeKit

How to update Sonos speakers for AirPlay 2 and HomeKit

Today is the day that many Sonos and Apple users have been waiting for! This morning, Sonos has launched AirPlay 2 support via a software update that brings HomeKit and Siri functionality. Follow along for how to get your Sonos speakers up and running with AirPlay 2. Whoosh! Screen Cleaner If you haven’t heard already, […]

Facebook faces UK fine over its privacy scandal

Facebook faces UK fine over its privacy scandal

FILE – In this Tuesday, April 18, 2017, file photo, conference workers speak in front of a demo booth at Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference, in San Jose, Calif. The chairman of the U.K. Parliament’s media committee says the government office that investigated the Cambridge Analytica scandal has fined Facebook 500,000 pounds ($663,000) for failing […]

YouTube for Android's Incognito Mode Is Now Widely Rolling Out

YouTube for Android's Incognito Mode Is Now Widely Rolling Out

YouTube for Android has now started rolling out an ‘Incognito’ mode for the masses. The new feature, which was originally spotted in May, is designed to disable history tracking on the YouTube app. The original ‘Sign out’ has been replaced with the ‘Turn on Incognito’ option to let you easily enable the Incognito mode. You […]

Microsoft teases new Surface unveiling for tomorrow

Microsoft teases new Surface unveiling for tomorrow

Microsoft appears to be teasing a new Surface device announcement for tomorrow. “Where will Surface go next?” asks the official Twitter account for Surface, with a cryptic image attached. The image shows the current Surface lineup with a date of July 11th displayed on each screen, alongside a time of 6AM. Microsoft has previously used […]

Apple's Shortcuts will flip the switch on Siri's potential

Apple's Shortcuts will flip the switch on Siri's potential

Matthew Cassinelli Contributor Matthew Cassinelli is a former member of the Workflow team and works as an independent writer and consultant. He previously worked as a data analyst for VaynerMedia. At WWDC, Apple pitched Shortcuts as a way to ”take advantage of the power of apps” and ”expose quick actions to Siri.” These will be […]

HMD to finally introduce the Nokia X6 outside China but as the Nokia 6.1 Plus

HMD to finally introduce the Nokia X6 outside China but as the Nokia 6.1 Plus

After HMD launched the notch-bearing Nokia X6 in China back in May, the world has been waiting for the phone to be announced outside the country. We did know that HMD would bring the X6 out to other markets but now we finally have wind that it is going to be introduced in Hong Kong […]

Start Playing Sooner: Microsoft Rolls Out Xbox FastStart

Start Playing Sooner: Microsoft Rolls Out Xbox FastStart

Hate waiting for games to download? Xbox has a solution. The July Xbox update, which started rolling out yesterday, includes a feature called FastStart, which will let you jump into the action after downloading a fraction of a game. First announced at E3, FastStart “works by identifying which files are needed to begin playing and […]

Bixby Sports & Scores Will Be Provided by theScore In The US

Bixby Sports & Scores Will Be Provided by theScore In The US

theScore has struck a deal with Samsung to become the sports provider for the company’s assistant, Bixby. This means that all of the scores, highlights, news and other aspects of any game will come from theScore. Which is a very popular app on both Android and iOS, and believe it or not, is located in […]

Nintendo Confident It'll Ship 20 Million Switch Units This Fiscal Year

Nintendo Confident It'll Ship 20 Million Switch Units This Fiscal Year

Nintendo’s plan to ship 20 million Switch units during the current fiscal year is being upheld. The company is even confident it can secure components for a steady production.  ( Drew Angerer | Getty Images ) Nintendo still expects to ship 20 million Switch consoles for the current fiscal year, it said during its recent shareholder […]

Google says no one is reading your emails, except…

Google says no one is reading your emails, except…

Google would like you to know that no one is reading your emails on Gmail without your permission. While that may be true, things aren’t that simple.   After a Wall Street Journal report (published Monday) described how third-party developers might be reading your emails on Gmail, Google on Tuesday responded with a blog post, […]