Google announced this week that it is adding a Memories feature to Google Photos that surfaces photos and videos from previous years.
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Apple launched the iPhone 11 family, Apple Watch Series 5, and a new iPad, and revealed its pricing for Apple TV+ and Arcade. There's a lot to discuss.
Apple has three new iPhones, a new iPad, a new Apple Watch, details on its game subscription service and its Netflix competitor, and more.
Apple's video streaming service Apple TV+ is coming next month for a $4.99 a month.
Apple plays catch-up with Spotify, Amazon, and Google with brand new web player for Apple Music, now available in a public beta.
Sonos introduces three new products, including a speaker that supports Bluetooth and works indoors + outdoors, and a speaker for those worried about privacy.
Google will pay a record $170 million fine to settle allegations by the FTC that YouTube has violated the privacy of children.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that Google will move its smartphone manufacturing from China to Vietnam.
Disney+ will allow users to enjoy 4K content for only $6.99 a month, offer four simultaneous streams, 7 profiles per account, and 10 devices for offline viewing.
Netflix starts rolling out new "Latest" section that surfaces its newest content better than ever before.
Introduced this past spring, Galaxy Buds are Samsung’s take on Apple’s AirPods, a pair of “true” wireless earbuds.
Separate reports reveal more details about Apple TV+, the coming video streaming service, ahead of its November launch.
Disney announces Disney+'s global launch dates and platform availability details.
Spotify is introducing new features that will help Premium Family users manage their subscription better, and give them more control.
After a year-long naming competition, OnePlus revealed this week that its fans have absolutely no imagination at all.
Starting with iOS 13, Spotify users will be able to control their Spotify playback with Siri, and even ask Siri to play songs. The integration will work for Apple's HomePod, too.
Spotify is testing a new nearby device feature that lets you switch playback to your favorite device whenever you are nearby.
As part of its earnings report, Roku revealed that it now has 30.5 million active accounts, a gain of 1.4 million in the quarter.
Disney announced that it will leverage its many assets to offer an inexpensive streaming bundle aimed directly at Netflix.
Here’s a new perk for students who also subscribe to Amazon Prime: They can get Amazon Music Unlimited for 99 cents per month.
As I write this, we’re about two-thirds of the way through this year’s home swap, which is taking place near Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
If you have a Tesla, you will soon be able to watch YouTube videos and Netflix shows on your car while it's stopped.
Google Photos has quickly rocketed to the one billion user milestone, about four years after it was spun out of Google+.
JBL this week announced the first TV soundbar to offer an Android TV experience, complete with Google Assistant support.
Those hardy souls who are already subscribing to YouTube Music can now instantly switch between audio and music videos playback.
Netflix lost around 130,000 subscribers in the United States in the last quarter, and so it's looking at new low-cost plans to help grow its subscriber numbers globally.
One of the few digs against Hulu is that its original content, movies, and TV shows are not available in 4K. But that’s starting to change.