Apple has finally rolled out a web interface for their Apple Music service, adding a feature that most other music streaming services have had for years now. Google Play Music, Spotify, YouTube, etc. all already offer this, but hey, that’s just the Apple way. Better late than never Snark aside, it’s a nice feature to […]
Come comment on this article: Late to the party, but Apple Music finally has a web interface now
Mobile wallets and mobile payment systems have slowed down now that we’ve got a few major competitors, but you still see new entrants from time to time. On Android devices, Samsung Pay and Google Pay are the obvious options, while Apple users get Apple Pay. Other than that, it’s hard to see any other app […]
Come comment on this article: LG’s really late to the mobile payment party, but finally brings LG Pay to the US
From the moment it was first teased last year, Samsung's Galaxy Fold convinced many that foldable phones were the next frontier to conquer. To no one's surprise, it wasn't long before competitors announced foldable plans of their own, feeding a cycle…
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Remember a few years back when every app and its grandma was ripping off Snapchat’s disappearing photos idea? And you know that Slowpoke meme? If you combine those two, you’ve got Google’s latest addition to Google Duo. Yep, now users with Google Duo will be able to send other users disappearing, temporary photos. The photos […]
Come comment on this article: Google Duo is the next app to copy Snapchat, just a few years too late
Disney has a ton of TV shows and movies available via a variety of streaming services and networks that often involves paying for multiple subscriptions, but the entire catalog of content isn’t possible to view from a single source. This could soon change, though, with news of a new streaming service called Disney+ run by […]
Come comment on this article: Disney’s streaming service is called Disney+ and set to launch late 2019
When 2018 opened, sources started to report that Samsung had finally reached the point where their research and development into a foldable smartphone was transitioning over to production. The implication of that being a Samsung foldable phone, tentatively dubbed the Galaxy X by industry watchers, would hit the market as an actual product. Sources also […]
Come comment on this article: Samsung Galaxy X still on track for late 2018 announcement
We’re halfway through the year and it’s time for new Galaxy Note 8 rumors to take over the blogosphere. We’ve already heard dates on when Samsung will announce the device, but the newest rumor slates the actual release date of the phone for late September. An announcement in August with a release in September is […]
Come comment on this article: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pegged for late September release with $ 900 price tag
The big reveal of the HTC 10 on April 12th is only a few days away and we will finally get our first looks at the official production device. Notwithstanding the short amount of time left until then, a new image has surfaced that appears to reveal a white version of the HTC 10.
The image that surfaced on the Weibo social network in China shows the fingerprint scanner and one of the capacitive buttons housed in the bezel lit up. Although it does not reveal much, we can also see the Sense 8 user interface running on the device.
Along the top bezel there is a small slit present that one might presume is a speaker grill. However, while difficult to fully determine, it looks like it may not be protruding from the front glass screen and may even be underneath the glass. What it could be if not a speaker grill is unclear, but if it is something else then it might help answer the questions about the lack of a bottom grill. The design could suggest HTC has figured out a new way to implement their BoomSound feature that does not require front-facing speakers.
— Christopher Poon (@ngaibbdd123) April 8, 2016
Come comment on this article: Late addition to the HTC 10 leaked image gallery surfaces
Gift giving can be a delicate process, especially when you’ve left it up to the last minute. Check out our picks for the best last-minute gifts, whether your recipient is an audio aficionado or a soon-to-be world traveler.
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Canadian carrier Rogers Wireless has today announced that it will initiate the rollout of the long-awaited Marshmallow update for the LG G4 in late January. In addition to bringing the latest build of the open-source operating system to the handset, the upgrade will also transport Google’s latest security patches which fix any critical issues that may otherwise have put user data at risk.
As always, be sure to keep your browser pointed to Talk Android as we’ll let you know as and when the OTA starts rolling out to the handset, along with any details you may need to be aware of in order to make the updating process as smooth as possible.
Come comment on this article: Rogers to distribute Marshmallow update for the LG G4 in late January
TAG Heuer’s first smartwatch is the Carrera Connected, made in conjunction with Google and Intel. The watch costs $ 1,500, and can even be swapped for a mechanical TAG Heuer watch after two-years. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
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Six months after its initial announcement, Samsung might finally be planning to launch the Galaxy Note 5 in Europe by early 2016, according to a variety of different sources. Here’s everything you need to know.
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