Tag Archive: Lets


Chrome 78 beta on desktop lets users send phone numbers to their phone

You don’t need to have the latest Chrome beta installed on your phone to be able to use the ‘Click to Call’ feature.

What you need to know Google is testing a new feature in Chrome beta v78 that lets users right click on a number and call it from their phone. When clicking on a hyperlinked phone number, users will be able to choose which device they want to call the number from. In addition to  [Read More…]

The Sonos Flex subscription plan lets you rent speakers

Only available in the Netherlands for now.

What you need to know The Sonos Flex subscription plan allows you to rent some of the most popular Sonos speakers. As part of the subscription, the speakers will be replaced with the latest models. It’s currently only available in the Netherlands as a pilot program.

Do you love high-quality audio but often find the price puts it out of your reach? If so, then a new trial program Sonos  [Read More…]

Google Photos now lets you manage your smart display with ‘Photo frames’

Manage what photos are shown on your smart display with this new shortcut.

What you need to know The Photo frames feature is rolling out to Google Photos. The new shortcut allows you to manage what photos and albums are shown on your smart display or connected TV. Photo frames is a feature that already existed, but it previously required you to dig into the Home app to find the settings.

We’re learning of a new feature  [Read More…]

Spotify now lets you add podcasts to music playlists

Mix and match your favorite music and podcasts.

What you need to know Spotify playlists now support adding podcasts. You can build a playlist entirely of podcasts or create a playlist featuring both music and podcasts. While you can listen to the playlists on mobile and desktop, currently you cannot create playlists with podcasts on the computer.

Spotify and playlists go together like peanut butter and jelly. It is one of the most popular features of the  [Read More…]

Vader Immortal: Episode II lets you use the force to throw people

You can use the force to throw opponents around in the new Vader Immortal: Episode II.

What you need to know Vader Immortal: Episode II was announced at Oculus Connect 6. The game allows you to use the force to throw people and objects. Vader Immortal: Episode II is available now.

Vader Immortal: Episode II was announced In the second half of the day one keynote of Oculus Connect 6. The new game allows users to use  [Read More…]

Tropico lets you be the dictator of your very own tropical paradise [GotW]

There are a staggering number of casual simulation games on the Google Play Store, and it makes sense. A great mobile simulation game should let you choose between a slower, more methodical play for times when you just want to relax or let you run roughshod and create as much chaos as you can as you try and push the game past its limits (we’ll meet again one day, Egg Inc.).

Now, a really popular sub-genre is the  [Read More…]

Chrome 77 now rolling out, lets you share pages across your devices

Chrome 77 for Chrome OS is slated to begin rolling out next week.

What you need to know Chrome 77 is now rolling out for Android, Mac, Windows, iOS, and Linux platforms. The latest version of Google’s Chrome browser brings the ability to share pages across multiple devices, stability improvements, and security fixes. Chrome 77 for Android is expected to become available for everyone on Google Play over the next few weeks.

Google has started rolling out  [Read More…]

Meet DiversyFund, the platform that lets anyone invest in real estate

Investing is an interesting topic. It’s something that you often hear as being smart, but people also understand it to be quite difficult or confusing. Do you go with stocks, bonds, artwork, cryptocurrency, or real estate? It’s assumed that investing is reserved for the super-rich and the Wall Street crowd, right? Not anymore.

DiversyFund

DiversyFund is a relatively new platform that takes the headaches and confusion out of investing in real estate. Aimed at the common man, it’s ideal for  [Read More…]

This $29 Course Lets You Dip Your Feet in an MBA Education

It should come as no surprise that getting an MBA degree is one of the best things you can do if you want to advance your career in virtually any field. But, not all of us have the money—or time—to enroll in a full-fledged university program.

If you want to start learning the nuts and bolts of business administration without taking out steep student loans, the Ultimate MBA in 1 Bundle Ft. Chris Haroun is for you. This  [Read More…]

A deal with Amazon lets local police request Ring footage from owners

Departments are also given free Ring products for promoting the Neighbors app.

What you need to know Amazon has partnered with some local police departments to push Ring products. In return for promoting Ring, Police departments get free doorbells for residents. Police can also access a special portal for requesting footage without a warrant.

Ring, the Amazon-owned company behind some of the most popular smart video doorbells, has come under fire once again for privacy concerns. This  [Read More…]