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  • 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...
  • New Google App to Replace Android Remote TV
    • Amelia Foster
    • Sep, 28 2021
    New Google App to Replace Android Remote TV Android Remote TV app isn’t available now on Play Market and soon will be replaced with more contemporary Google Remote TV. Only if you have downloaded this app before, you will still be able to see it in store and on a website. The reason for such a change is the Google Remote TV upgraded interface and functions. Google will not support the Android Remote TV anymore. Overall, the apps are quite comparable, but the second one is reported to be handier in usage.  "We’re making the experience of using your phone as a virtual remote control faster to access and...
  • Matter-Branded Products to Meet in 2022
    • Hannah Marsh
    • Sep, 24 2021
    Matter-Branded Products to Meet in 2022 Matter is an absolutely new technology that connects electronic devices in one single app. This idea was supported by such huge corporations as Amazon, Apple, and Google. They strive to create the Matter brand and open the Internet of Things. The launching of this large innovation is planned for 2022. The exact date is not known yet, but it seems the tech giants are primed quite seriously. People will be able to purchase such objects as lightning systems, TVs and similar gadgets, kitchen appliances, and thermostats. In a short word, it relates to anything you might need for the smart house,...
  • Enjoy Apple TV with AirPods Now
    • John Day
    • Sep, 22 2021
    Enjoy Apple TV with AirPods Now Apple releases multiple updates these days, and Apple TV hasn’t been passed by too. Now you can enjoy watching movies with the spatial audio support for AirPods. If you want to try something completely new, you can pair your TV with HomePod Mini speakers. Maybe, such a sound will please you more. It’s a small list of the main features Apple TV 4K got with the update. Apple improved mostly the sound, but a SharePlay function and opening application with FaceID are also available. Switching to AirPods for private listening is designed quite easily. When the TV application detects your headphones...
  • Google Home Rolls Out Device Speed Test
    • Amelia Foster
    • Sep, 17 2021
    Google Home Rolls Out Device Speed Test At last, Google is adding an option to test the upload/download speed between the WiFi hotspot and the connected devices via the Google Home App. The feature traveled from the older Google Wifi app, and you can finally get it in the latest version of the Home for iOS and Android.  The New Section After the update, you can access the feature from the new “Device Speed” sub-tab hidden in the “Info” section. To find it, you have to select the device you want to test, find “WiFi Shortcut,” and tap “Devices.” Regardless of the device you choose, you will be able...
  • The Secrets of Apple TV+ Product Placement
    • Louise Wells
    • Sep, 15 2021
    The Secrets of Apple TV+ Product Placement Apple TV+ doesn’t only stream content but also writes and produces it in tight collaboration with partners. Given this, there’s no surprise that the tech giant advertises its products in the scenes of its shows. However, the idea behind Apple’s product placements is quite complex and exciting.  Everything Has a Reason The Wall Street Journal conveyed a survey that included binging through 74 episodes of top Apple TV+ shows. The list included Trying, Ted Lasso, Defending Jacob, and The Morning Show. WSJ analysts figured out the particular reasons for each type of product placement in these shows.  The “inspected” 74 episodes include: 300 iPhones 40...
  • Apple TV Channels Subscribers Receive SHOWTIME for Free
    • Hannah Marsh
    • Sep, 08 2021
    Apple TV Channels Subscribers Receive SHOWTIME for Free Apple subscribers can enjoy free access to SHOWTIME for 1 month via the Apple TV Channels. It’s great news for everyone who likes the premium TV network since you don’t have to pay for both subscriptions at once… at least, for a month. Apple shared the news in an email to their subscribers. New users may enjoy the deal the whole weekend of Labor Day. Whether it is a gift from fans of Billions show ahead of the 5th season starting on September 5 or a well-developed smart move to attract a bigger audience, we are still happy to use the...
  • Amazon Plans to Release Its Own TVs in October
    • John Day
    • Sep, 06 2021
    Amazon Plans to Release Its Own TVs in October Amazon has been planning to release its branded TV for a long time. According to the latest report of Insider, the company will finally do this in October for the US audience. The new TV will have a screen up to 55-75 inches, come with Alexa installed, and will be designed by third-party developers like TCL. The next product that might be released in the future is the in-house designed TV, but there have been no details about it. Amazon has numerous partnerships with other companies when it comes to TV services. They team up with Best Buy for selling Toshiba,...
  • T-Mobile Customers to Get a Year of Apple TV Plus Subscription
    • Dominic Hayes
    • Sep, 02 2021
    T-Mobile Customers to Get a Year of Apple TV Plus Subscription T-Mobile makes an offer that’s hard to overrate. Starting August 25, all its Magenta and Magenta Max customers can get a free yearly subscription to Apple TV Plus. The offer is valid for both T-Mobile and Sprint customers and looks quite logical given the bandwidth of the 5G network T-Mobile has built. There are millions of users that can join the army of Apple TV Plus watchers now. It’s easy to claim your year of subscription: For small T-Mobile for Business, Magenta, and Magenta Max users: through the official T-Mobile app or by logging in on For Sprint users: on, where...
  • Apple HomePod Mini Now Can Stream Music from Gaana Directly
    • Amelia Foster
    • Aug, 31 2021
    Apple HomePod Mini Now Can Stream Music from Gaana Directly From the moment of launch, Apple HomePod Mini, great as it is, could only stream music from Apple Music, the only service that supported hands-free mode. To listen to Spotify or Pandora on this speaker, you had to launch it on your iPhone. So it was with Gaana, a streaming service popular in India, but now it’s changed. The recent update brought Gaana users a great possibility. Now, to listen to their favorite tracks or stations on Gaana, they don’t even need to launch it on the phone. It’s enough to speak a command: “Hey Siri, play #trackname on Gaana”, and...
  • Google Nest Learning Thermostat & Its Perks
    • Louise Wells
    • Aug, 29 2021
    Google Nest Learning Thermostat & Its Perks The chance of seeing two identical snowflakes is so astronomically low that it’s considered impossible. Same goes for two homes which can hardly have the same heating and cooling needs. However, there’s a device capable of examining your temperature preferences and creating a program custom tailored to your unique requirements. Yes, it’s the new Nest Thermostat from Google that we’re talking about. Keep reading for more details on the perks of the gizmo. If you’re wondering whether buying a Nest Thermostat is worth it or not, the quick answer is yes. First, if you hurry up and make a purchase now,...