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  • Netflix Games is Finally Released for iPad and iPhone
    • John Day
    • Nov, 11 2021
    Netflix Games is Finally Released for iPad and iPhone Recently Netflix released its new app for gaming for its Android users, and finally, the iOS subscribers can use it as well. Without any purchases inside the app or unnecessary ads, the service provides access to an exclusive number of games. The availability of five games in the App Store was already confirmed by Mark Gurman from Bloomberg after he posted the news on his Twitter. The available games include Card Blast, Shooting Hoops, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Stranger Things: 1984, and Teeter (Up). The newly announced game, which will be free to play to the subscribers of Netflix, but...
  • Google Home Improves Photo Interaction Experience
    • Amelia Foster
    • Nov, 04 2021
    Google Home Improves Photo Interaction Experience Google Home app updates its Photo Frame features including the ability to pick your own albums. Users will be able to add Weather Frog to the Nest Hub as well. Google is working hard to improve your experience with smart homes and its products. Trying to leave its competitors like Samsung Smart Home behind, it provides new features. The settings menu on Photo Frame was recently updated. You will be able to choose your favorite photos from categories, including Favorites, Recent highlights, and Select family and friends. To do it, you have to change the album that is currently on display....
  • Samsung Reveals More Features for Matter
    • Louise Wells
    • Nov, 01 2021
    Samsung Reveals More Features for Matter Samsung is going to provide Matter support for its fridges, SmartThings hubs, TVs, and Galaxy phones. Matter smart home protocol receives full support from Samsung. It looks like Samsung Smart Home may become smarter than other smart ecosystems. Last Week Google shared its outstanding plans for Matter during developers’ conference. Apple supported the plan for the new smart protocol, offering the new app installed in the iOS 15 system. Now, Samsung is trying to keep up with the new trend. It promises total support of Matter on Galaxy products, Family Hub, TVs, and SDC21 SmartThings hubs. Samsung was there from the very...
  • Which Among Us Collector's Edition is Better?
    • Hannah Marsh
    • Oct, 29 2021
    Which Among Us Collector's Edition is Better? Merch, artworks, and tones of collectibles are already waiting for you in Among Us Collector’s Edition bundles. They all come at different prices and include different items, though! Let’s take a quick look inside the long-awaited precious boxes and see which one is the best for you! The Crewmate Edition This one is the cheapest of three ($29.99) and includes: the game itself (for any platform you choose); all DLCs + 1 retail-only DLC; a lenticular smartphone case; a Skeld map poster (A2 size); stickers; 1 Mira HQ Holographic Access Card; downloadable wallpapers for smartphones.  It’s the best option for those who want a physical copy, but aren’t so excited...
  • Snapchat Improves Teen Safety With Parental Controls
    • John Day
    • Oct, 27 2021
    Snapchat Improves Teen Safety With Parental Controls While society is focused on how Facebook and Instagram fail to manage teenage audience security, Snap Inc. is adding and polishing new safety features to ensure that the experience Snapchat provides is secure. The company has announced a new set of family safety controls features recently.  Direct Control Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel said that he sees benefits in allowing parents to have direct chats with their kids on Snapchat in order to discuss the content they explore. It’s not quite clear how that would help yet, but it will probably work together with other features of the announced Family Center. All we...
  • Pokémon Unite Halloween Festival Brings New Content
    • John Day
    • Oct, 22 2021
    Pokémon Unite Halloween Festival Brings New Content Spooky season has arrived. Pokémon Unite’s Halloween Festival is about to metamorphose the title with a creepy updated atmosphere, refreshed gameplay mechanics, brand new cosmetics, and even a tricky new playable Pokémon. The Halloween Festival was announced via the MOBA’s official sources. According to those sources, it will be live from October 20 to November 7. Keep reading for more details on the soon-to-be-introduced new content.  First and foremost, the Halloween Festival will redecorate the game with the Pokémon Greedent as a new playable character in the game. We don’t know much about Greedent yet, but from the event’s trailer, we...
  • Arcane to Be Available for Co-Streaming on Twitch
    • John Day
    • Oct, 20 2021
    Arcane to Be Available for Co-Streaming on Twitch With everyone getting ready for the premiere of Riot Games’ passionately awaited League of Legends-inspired series Arcane on Saturday, November 6th, there’s definitely lots of preparation to go through. With regard to live streaming, at first, the team behind the fantasy series announced that Arcane would be open for viewing on Netflix and Tencent Video.  It looks like they decided to change things a little bit, though. Particularly, according to Netflix’s most recent announcement, Arcane’s first episode will be allowed to co-stream on Twitch. With all that said, content creators and streaming enthusiasts will get to broadcast their impressions of the...
  • Samsung Will Share Plans at the Developers Conference
    • John Day
    • Oct, 13 2021
    Samsung Will Share Plans at the Developers Conference The Developer Conference by Samsung Company is going to be about the future plans, including the strategies for its ecosystem and platform. They invite creators and developers from around the world to check out the new opportunity that the company offers for them. The conference will take place on October 26. This is the annual event where Samsung shares its plans and strategies for the upcoming year. This time it will be completely virtual. Developers will be able to join lectures and find out more about the successful experience on the market. Samsung wants to talk more about updates it made in...
  • Snapchat Offers New Ways to Earn Money
    • John Day
    • Oct, 11 2021
    Snapchat Offers New Ways to Earn Money Snapchat officials provide more opportunities for content creators. They expand earning money possibilities for the artists. Now everyone can join the so-called Spotlight Challenges that offer $25 000 payouts for content creation. According to Snap, the new challenge provides a chance to every artist who uses Snapchat to reveal their masterpiece and earn money at the same time. Users may create Spotlight Snaps using specific topics, Sounds, and Lenses to take part in the Challenges. This new offer is part of the millions per month program started by Spotlight Snaps. Its main goal is to reward talented users around the world...
  • A Few Steps to Remove a Device From Google Home
    • Hannah Marsh
    • Oct, 06 2021
    A Few Steps to Remove a Device From Google Home Now the technology market can offer you numerous devices to make your home-life as comfortable as possible. But what if there are too many devices, or they have lost their relevance? Getting rid of the unnecessary smart home gadget from the Google Home app doesn't require a lot of complicated steps. In this simple guide, we'll show you how to do it. What Is Google Home App? These days, there's a smart version of pretty much every home device you can think of. Via the app, you can check or change the settings at your house from anywhere. Google Home is a...
  • Amazon Robots Will Steal Your Heart
    • John Day
    • Oct, 04 2021
    Amazon Robots Will Steal Your Heart Do you believe that inanimate objects can evoke your sympathy or even emotional attachment? The creators of the Anki Vector robot presented an adorable-looking thing with a limited number of commands. As soon as this little one lifts his pixelated eyes and speaks your name, you will immediately understand that this is not an ordinary robot. Psychology Behind Cute Eyes  Anki Vector is capable of many tasks if you have the time to program it. Despite the dubious usefulness of the gadget, it is about the look that makes the owners carry the robot home. So what's so special about this cute...
  • Apple TV Had Lower Ratings in July
    • Amelia Foster
    • Sep, 30 2021
    Apple TV Had Lower Ratings in July Previously, it has never been reported about the number of subscribers of the Apple TV app. Apple had no reason to make such announcements. However, the app had less than 20 million users in July. That means Apple TV can pay a lower rate to IATSE members, and it doesn’t matter how much the app franchise costs. Some of them required millions of dollars for only one episode. And there are series of them, but still, the company that has less than 20 million subscribers can pay less. Apple TV is not the only app on this list. A union representative...