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The next Sonos product will be a hi-fi Bluetooth speaker with a twist

What you need to know Sonos is holding private briefings on August 26 and 27 in New York. FCC documents and other leaks point to a refreshed Connect and a new Bluetooth/Wi-Fi speaker. The new speaker will support Wi-Fi for whole-home sound when connected to a dock. While in Bluetooth mode, it will act like any other Bluetooth speaker. Sonos is also working on an automatic version of its Trueplay audio calibration.

We already know that Sonos is  [Read More…]

Google really wants you to book your next trip with its new Google Travel

You can get up to $ 500 back for all flights that you book with price guarantee.

What you need to know Google has added new features to Google Travel to help users find the lowest possible flight prices. You can now view historical price trends and receive flight price notifications. Google Travel will also assist you in finding hotels, restaurants, and places to explore in the city you’re visiting.

Earlier this week, Google pulled the plug  [Read More…]

YouTube TV offering an expanded 14-day trial if you sign up over the next two weeks

It’s for new subscribers, obviously.

If you’ve been looking to sign up for YouTube TV but just hadn’t gotten to it yet — or maybe the seven-day trial just isn’t long enough — today’s the day. Google and YouTube TV are offering an extended 14-day trial if you sign up before Aug. 14. (Nice spot by Droid Life on this one.)

There is, of course, some fine print. First and most obvious, you need to be a new subscriber.  [Read More…]

Tinder is the next app to opt out of paying Google Play Store fees

Fees on the Play Store can be up to 30%.

What you need to know Tinder’s new default payment method requires entering your details directly into the app. Once you’ve entered your payment details, it will remove the choice of paying with Google Play. App developers often pay fees up to 30% to the Play Store, leaving some to look for ways to bypass these fees.

In a move to prevent paying fees to Google with in-app  [Read More…]

Get ready for next semester with Amazon’s new Off-to-College store

A new semester.

Finishing your exams? Taking some time off? Enjoying your summer? Well, time to start thinking about the next semester! Amazon has launched an “Off-to-College” store to help students stock up on everything they need.

Yay School! Amazon’s Off-to-College Store

Amazon’s hitting the back-to-school stuff early this year with a new store dedicated to collegiate wear, dorm essentials, electronics, and more.

Various Prices

See at Amazon

It’s never too early to think about going  [Read More…]

Google Pixel 4 renders provide possible glimpse at next flagship

In what may provide our first look at the forthcoming Google Pixel 3 successor, new renders have appeared online. Should they prove accurate we ought to expect a rather noticeable departure from the flagship phone line.

Landing online via OnLeaks and Pricebaba, the photos show the so-called Pixel 4 with a prominent, raised corner that could give way to two or three sensors. Similar to what Apple may have in store for its next-gen iPhone, this would be the first  [Read More…]

Nioh 2 closed alpha takes place next week on PlayStation 4

Team Ninja is back with another entry in the Nioh series, but only a select few can play it.

What you need to know Nioh 2 still does not have a release date. A closed alpha for the game will take place May 24 – June 2, 2019. There are no plans to expand the alpha to everyone.

The action series Nioh bears resemblance in some aspects to Dark Souls and Bloodborne, with people even calling it a  [Read More…]

Take Peak Design’s new Travel Tripod with you on your next adventure

Try out pictures in an all-new place.

Peak Design as a company has created many crowdfunded accessories targeted toward the photographers of the world, including camera gear like clips and micro plates as well as comfortable bags, shoulder straps and more. Now Peak Design has announced a new Kickstarter campaign for something altogether new – the Travel Tripod. The design for the new tripod started from the ground up and took more than four years before the company was  [Read More…]

PlayStation’s next State of Play will give us an extended look at MediEvil

Don’t expect any next-gen announcements. Sony is staying tight-lipped about PS5 plans.

Was the last State of Play livestream a letdown? Temper your expectations for this next one. PlayStation has announced that the second episode will take place this week and will feature an extended look at MediEvil along with some updates and announcements from other upcoming PS4 games.

The livestream is expected to last around 10 minutes, so the “extended” preview that we’re getting of MediEvil  [Read More…]

What’s next for Android?

Android is 16 major versions old now and Q will make for a 17th. Can Google add shiny new stuff forever?

Google I/O is coming soon, and while it’s about more than Android, most of the news and things you read will be about the smartphone. That’s a given now that computers are things we mostly hold in our hands instead of set on a desk and I/O is a conference about software. I’m going to make  [Read More…]