It’s the holiday season and that usually means that me-time is at a premium thanks to the kids being home, the in-laws visiting, and Bob from across the street gate-crashing festivities. If you find yourself with five minutes alone and near a smart display with the Google Assistant baked-in, you’ll be happy to know that […]
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2020 has been one doozy of a year so far, and it’s not quite finished yet, unfortunately. And while we managed to dodge a bullet otherwise known as YouTube Rewind 2020, YouTube Music has taken it upon itself to rustle up a ‘2020 in review’ playlist for its subscribers. YouTube Music isn’t giving you any […]
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We’re just over a month away until the second season of The Mandalorian drops onto Disney+ and, to whet our appetites even more, Disney has just dropped a full trailer. The new series, which begins on October 30th, will see Mando and The Child tasked…
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Samsung announced its new Galaxy Note 20 Series of smartphones on August 5th during a virtual Unpacked event, and although the Galaxy Fold’s successor was mentioned, it was more of a teaser with a couple of press renders thrown in to whet the appetite of anticipatory fans. Today’s Unpacked 2 event is entirely focused on […]
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We recently reviewed the Red Magic 5G and now Nubia has gone and unleashed a refreshed version of the gaming smartphone called the Red Magic 5S. The 5S is more refined as opposed to a completely new handset, adding improved cooling technology into the mix. Updated August 26th: Global pre-orders for the Red Magic 5S […]
Google’s Pixel 4a launched back on August 3rd with orders in the US already having shipped and being delivered after months of delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the delay, the Pixel 4a shipped running Android 10 out of the box, if this is something that perturbs you and you can’t bear to wait […]
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A new Galaxy Note series is expected every year, and some were expecting delays this year due to COVID-19 reasons; however, Samsung hosted its first virtual Unpacked event, where it made its latest flagship phones official. Samsung made both the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra official today. Both phones have some […]
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The month of June is suddenly upon us which means that Google is throwing some free stuff your way if you are a Stadia Pro subscriber. Games such as Panzer Dragoon: Remake, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, and Little Nightmares are among the five titles that are now free-to-play on the Pro tier. This […]
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Xiaomi announced the latest MIUI 12 software yesterday, and with a good many devices already supported, you can find the beta download links for many Xiaomi and Redmi phones here. Xiaomi‘s MIUI Android has gained quite a following in the Android industry in recent years and following a short week of teasing, Xiaomi has announced their latest MIUI […]
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In what might be one of the last big smartphone announcements for a while, Huawei’s brand new P40 series of flagship smartphones are about to be unveiled in less than an hour’s time. We’ve seen the leaks and rumors in previous weeks and fully expect the P40 Pro to knock it out of the park […]
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Last week saw the online launch of OPPO’s newest flagship series consisting of the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro featuring 5G connectivity, the latest Snapdragon 865 processors, masses of RAM and storage, and a stunning AMOLED display with QHD+ (3K) resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. To make the most of the eye-catching display, OPPO […]
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Twitter user Mishaal Rahman just leaked the specs for Motorola’s new flagship, the Edge Plus, on Twitter. No renders just yet, but at least we’re getting a spec sheet. This is particularly interesting news, since, just like Rahman says in his tweet, this will be Motorola’s first flagship since the Moto Z3 all the way […]
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Google’s AirDrop clone has been in the works for a while, with several rumors popping up every few months. The feature seems to have progressed pretty steadily since it was originally leaked awhile back, and now it seems like the official release is pretty close. While it was originally called Fast Share, it looks like […]
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Valve's Index VR headset is sold out in most regions where it's officially available, and just a few months before Half-Life: Alyx comes out. According to RoadtoVR, which checked its availability across 31 countries, you can only get a unit in Japan…
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It's almost time to find out who'll walk away with the game of the year trophy at The Game Awards. Death Stranding, Control, The Outer Worlds, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Resident Evil 2 and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice are vying for the top prize. Hide…
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Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. It's finally Death Stranding day, and if you're still on the fence about playing Hideo Kojima's latest project, perhaps our added perspective can help. Apple has released another update to iOS 13 that should mak…
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Now that macOS Catalina is available, developers can use Apple's Mac Catalyst tech to deliver versions of their iPad apps for use on the desktop, and one of the most anticipated releases has been the desktop Twitter app. Originally announced this sum…
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When Google changed their naming scheme for Google Home devices, we weren’t really sure how the regular Google Home devices would change. The Google Home Hub turned into the Nest Hub, for example, but it’s still just the regular Google Home and Google Home Mini. It doesn’t look Google will be retroactively changing anything, but […]
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Google’s Stadia video game streaming service is only due to launch on November 2nd but that doesn’t mean that the search giant doesn’t have some news to share with us ahead of time. With GamesCom 2019 about to open its doors, Google is holding an online presentation in just a little while to tell us […]
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Motorola and Lenovo have officially taken the wraps off of the Moto E6, offering a large screen and decent specs at an affordable price. It’s another device aimed at delivering a clean software experience with an all-day battery, so it’s bound to be a hit in the budget market and on prepaid. Check out the […]
Come comment on this article: The Moto E6 is here, offering a big screen at a little price
The camera is becoming one of the most hyped up features of the Galaxy Note 10 for later this year, and some new details have surfaced about just what Samsung might be doing with their next flagship phone. This one comes from Ice Universe, who is usually pretty on point with his Samsung leaks. He […]
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The Galaxy S10’s design launched with that extremely recognizable hole punch in the display, which may or may not be better than a typical display notch. Regardless of what you think about Samsung’s design choices, the punch has opened up a ton of options for customization of your phone, whether through some apps or wallpapers […]
Come comment on this article: Here are some tips for customizing the hole punch on your Galaxy S10
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Fold smartphone during the Galaxy S10 Unpacked event on February 20th sporting a $ 1,980 price tag and a May 3rd launch date. If you found the Galaxy Fold’s wallpapers to be alluring, you are in luck because you can download them after the break in their full resolution. Thanks to the […]
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OnePlus has just released the 6T and introduced in-house live wallpapers that move briefly when the phone is unlocked. OnePlus 6 owners can enjoy the new animated backgrounds, but users with other Android devices can at least download high-res wallpaper stills from the 6T that were created by Hampus Olsson. There are eight wallpapers available, although four […]
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IFA has come and gone, and we’ve had a few weeks to settle in and collect our thoughts on everything that was shown off at the conference. It’s not always a mobile-heavy event, but that doesn’t mean you don’t see companies pull out some crazy phones and gadgets to bring us back in. We’ve sifted […]
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There is still a month to go until Huawei launches its brand new Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro flagships on October 16 in London and although anticipation levels are high, we can look forward to a steadily increasing flow of leaks until the big day arrives. If you just can’t wait, this latest leak […]
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Samsung is launching the Galaxy Note 9 in just a couple of hours time at an Unpacked event in New York, and you can watch the action unfold before your very eyes by tuning in to the live stream from 11 AM EDT/8 AM PDT/4 PM BST. Today is the day where we’ll finally find […]
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Dashlane has dropped a major update to their password management suite, and it really pushes well beyond that boundary of just keeping up with your passwords and sensitive log-in information. Like previous versions, it still does that stuff really well. Dashlane’s Identity Dashboard keeps up with your passwords and generates a score based on how […]
Come comment on this article: Dashlane 6 is here, offering comprehensive online security and identity monitoring
The wait is over! Starting today, YouTube Music is available to everyone in the U.S, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea* in addition to 12 new countries including Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Now fans around the world can find more of the music they love and effortlessly discover new favorites.
YouTube Music is a new music streaming service built on top of all the music on YouTube that you can’t find anywhere else – personalized and all simply organized in one new app and web player.
Here’s how it all comes together:
YouTube Premium also launches today
Starting today, YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) will be available in 17 countries, providing members with the benefits of Music Premium, plus ad-free, background, and downloads across all of YouTube. YouTube Premium members also get access to the full slate of YouTube Originals shows and movies including the hit series Cobra Kai, Impulse, F2 Finding Football and The Sidemen Show. For a limited time, get three months free of YouTube Premium here, ($ 11.99 per month after, $ 17.99 per month for a Family Plan)*.
Current YouTube Red and Google Play Music members (including family plans) in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico will automatically receive access to YouTube Premium at their current price. Google Play Music subscribers in all other countries will automatically receive access to YouTube Music Premium at their current price as it becomes available there. Nothing is changing with Google Play Music – you’ll still be able to access all of your purchased music, uploads and playlists in Google Play Music just like always.
Try YouTube Music and YouTube Premium
Get the new YouTube Music from the Play Store and App Store today or check out the brand new web player at music.youtube.com. You can sign up for YouTube Premium at youtube.com/premium.
*YouTube Music Premium is $ 9.99 per month and YouTube Premium is $ 11.99 per month for individual memberships in the U.S. Pricing and Family Plan availability varies by country. South Korea will only offer YouTube Premium at the current price of YouTube Red.
Today’s the day that the OnePlus 6 is officially unveiled at an event in London, UK, which means we get to see just how accurate the leaks and rumors have been. We’ve seen details on pricing, the presence of a notch, as well as accidental confirmation by Pete Lau that the OnePlus 6 will be […]
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Several years ago, a recurring news item that seemed to spring up on a regular basis was the continuing saga of legal fights between Apple and their Android competitors. With those issues largely settled, a replacement for that void has appeared in the form of a merger involving wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile. After a […]
Come comment on this article: Here we go yet again – Sprint and T-Mobile re-open merger talks
After the setbacks that Huawei is experiencing in 2018 on its plans for US expansion, the Chinese electronics giant is launching its brand new P-Series flagships, the P20, and the P20 Pro, at an event held in Paris. With leaks and rumors pointing to the P20 Pro sporting a triple rear camera setup, enhanced AI abilities, and an […]
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The ability to track Santa may exist in a place where Moore’s Law applies when one looks at how Google continues to expand their Santa Tracker platform each year. What started out as an online replication of the local TV news “tracking” Santa with the help of NORAD each year has blossomed into a month […]
Come comment on this article: December is here and with it comes the expanded Santa Tracker from Google
E-filing your taxes can save you both time and money. Check out our breakdown of some of the best tax-preparation software available, whether you’re filing on behalf of yourself or your business.
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A $ 100 bill can get you further than you might think, that is, so long as you know where to look. Check out our favorite tech for under $ 100, whether you’re in the market for a walnut-accented pair of headphones or a virtual reality headset.
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You might not necessarily think of virtual reality as phone tech, but it nonetheless was out in full force at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We sought out the best the show had to offer.
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Wires make many things difficult, but they really make being active tough. Between limiting mobility and getting tangled, wires are just no good! The BK Sport wireless earbuds featured on Talk Android Deals eliminates the hassle caused by wires. The wired connection between your device and ears goes away at a slim price courtesy of […]
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Lenovo is running a competition with developers for creating a new generation of Moto Mods and there are some interesting finalists. For example, one Mod will give your Moto Z solar-charging capabilities.
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Back in September, we launched YouTube Creators for Change, a global initiative dedicated to amplifying (and multiplying) the voices of YouTube creators who tackle division and hate with videos and stories of hope, connection, and understanding. And as 2016 comes to a close, we’re proud to say that YouTube Creators for Change is growing.
We’ve established local Creators for Change initiatives in Australia, France, Germany, and Turkey, bringing together creators who have uploaded thousands of videos about countering hate through unity. We’ve opened up sets at YouTube Spaces in New York and Los Angeles where creators will record the first video-based StoryCorps interviews. And today, we’re thrilled to introduce our five newest Creators for Change ambassadors: All India Bakchod (India), Cameo Project (Indonesia), Dina Torkia (United Kingdom), Franchesca Ramsey (United States) and John Green (United States). You can learn more about these inspiring creators at the Creators For Change website, which launches today, too!
These new ambassadors will join the six existing ambassadors in engaging their communities on topics like hate speech, xenophobia, and extremism. And to do our part, we’re equipping each one of them with a $ 25,000 grant to use toward a social impact project of their choice. In fact, this past weekend John Green donated his grant to charity in connection with Project for Awesome, a live-streamed annual fundraiser that brings together video creators from all over the world who support charities that, as the vlogbrothers say, “decrease world suck.”
In the coming months, our 11 ambassadors will also help us choose creators who are already making their voices heard on social issues that matter to them. And as part of our original $ 1M commitment, each of these emerging creators will be given equipment and production grants. They’ll also receive mentorship support from the program ambassadors and an opportunity to participate in educational workshops at our YouTube Spaces.
Finally, to help all those creators who want to use their voices and videos to take on topics they care about, we’ve collaborated with Upworthy to create a helpful series of best practices for creating effective social-change videos.
You can find this video, information on all our ambassadors and more on the YouTube Creators for Change website. So check it out! And stay tuned for more updates in the coming months.
Juniper Downs, Head of YouTube Public Policy, recently watched “This Christian community opened its heart to new Muslim neighbors.”
Looking for the right app to help you browse and manage all of your favorite podcasts directly on your Android device? Here are some of the best apps around for doing so, whether you’re looking for a freemium or premium piece of software.
It's time for The Game Awards and you can watch the show right here on this page! Games like Uncharted 4, Firewatch and Inside are up for some pretty big accolades, but that's not all that's on tap. Metal Gear mastermind Hideo Kojima is scheduled to…
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Want Oprah’s O-pinion on a tech gift this year? She put a TV, headphones, and kitchen gadgets on her list of Oprah’s Favorite Things for 2016. Check out her tech picks here.
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Based on a string of rumors that began circulating in January of this year, it was only a matter of time before Amazon rolled out its fully fledged music service. And today is that day. Enter Amazon Music Unlimited, a standalone offering set to rival…
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The Amazon Echo was a major development in virtual assistants, but Google is striking back with the forthcoming Google Home. How does this new device stack up against the reigning king? We examine the info revealed thus far.
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If you were busy at work yesterday and couldn't watch Apple's iPhone 7 stream unfold live, you can fix that. As is tradition, the Cupertino company has uploaded the whole shebang to YouTube so you can relive seeing Shigeru Miyamoto introduce Super Ma…
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Seems like the adults are always the ones having fun with technology. Forget ’em! From safety to fun, here are some of the best smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other wearables for kids.
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It is expected that the phone will have a 5.2-inch Quad HD (2560×1440) display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 12MP rear camera, and Sense 8.0 sitting on top of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. If those specifications are true, HTC will finally be put back in a position to compete with Samsung and LG. The company was almost noncompetitive in 2015 as the One M9 was no match for the Galaxy S6 and G4. There was an opportunity for to finish the year strong, but the One A9 showed up with a large price tag that didn’t match the phone’s actual value.
The HTC 10 will debut on April 12 when HTC hosts an online-only event starting at 8:00AM ET. The company could start taking pre-orders that same day as the phone’s release date is now rumored for April 15.
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Where there’s a flagship phone release, the golden treatment is sure to follow. Up next on the calendar for mandatory luxury treatments are Samsung’s two sibling phones: the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.
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