Yesterday, Apple enabled spatial and lossless audio in Apple Music across its own platforms, with Android support coming soon.
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With Google Photos changing its storage policies in one week, the firm is reminding users about the change and offering some transition help.
I described the previous Apple TV remote as a crime against humanity, and now that a new version is available, it’s fun to watch Apple fans finally admit the same.
Microsoft announced some big video-related updates to the Apple TV and Spotify apps on Xbox Series X|S, plus some new media apps.
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At its I/O conference today, Google announced new Google Photos features that will help you better relive favorite memories.
As part of today’s Google I/O event, Google announced that Google TV now has over 80 million monthly active devices.
Apple’s push into hi-res, lossless, and spatial audio has already upended the market, with Amazon lowering its prices to match and Spotify in an uncertain place.
Responding to today’s Apple news, Amazon is making HD and lossless music available to Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers at no extra cost.
Adobe hasn’t issued an announcement of this important change, but the native Windows 10 on ARM version of Photoshop is no longer in beta.
With news of the new capabilities leaking everywhere, Apple announced today that it is bringing lossless and spatial audio to Apple Music at no additional cost.
AT&T is spinning off WarnerMedia so that it can combine with Discovery to create a new standalone media company.
Amazon Music already offers a lossless streaming option, and Spotify said it will add one this year. But they’re about to get some new competition.
Disney+ had 103.6 million subscribers as of April 3, but the streaming video service failed to meet growth projections for the first time.
As part of its quarterly earnings announcement, Sonos revealed that it has gotten a preliminary injunction against Google.
Google today announced a new feature for Android tablets called Entertainment Space that combines access to movies, shows, videos, games, and books.
Adobe announced today that it will be deepening the integration between its Creative Cloud and Google Workspace.
As part of its quarterly earnings report, Spotify this week said that it now has over 356 million monthly active users, up 24 percent year-over-year.
Roku has alerted its customers that Google’s anticompetitive business practices may force it to remove YouTube TV on its streaming devices.
If there’s an obvious first impression of the Sonos Roam, and there is, it’s this: This thing is tiny, much smaller than I would have thought watching the virtual launch.
At a virtual event today, Apple announced new M1-based iMacs and iPad Pros, a new Apple TV 4K, the long-awaited AirTag, and more.
The new second-generation version of Amazon’s Echo Buds earbuds is smaller and lighter than its predecessor and offers better sound.
Google revealed this week that it will replace its Play Movies & TV app on LG, Samsung, and Vizio Smart TVs with the YouTube app.
What a difference a pandemic makes: With our vaccinations scheduled, we’ve started plotting some long-delayed travel.