Apple AirPods Review (2019)
Apple's updated in-ear capsules are not as revolutionary as the original, but considering the crowd that has seduced the curious design and satisfactory audio quality, it seems like Apple know what he's doing. Better battery life and wireless charging, but the same average sound.
Review of Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
The Galaxy Watch flagship watch has been refined to become a basic body and more user-friendly for the sport. The rotating bezel and the battery life are lost. Otherwise, it offers everything you expect from Samsung's high-end smartwatch, for much less.
The shed and the art of flex
On Friday, New York City's new hybrid half-billion-dollar museum-meets-performance hybrid space will double its interior perimeter in five minutes. The Shed's striking design is actually an industrial allegory for what the cultural temple of the future should be: infinite flexibility.
Facebook will pull its Windows Phone applications on April 30
The slow death of Windows Phone is progressing.
Navigating the Tesla autopilot will not need to confirm every lane change
Tesla had asked you to hold the steering wheel to confirm lane changes when your car was driving by itself, but you will not have to do it any longer. The electric vehicle designer is deploying an update to Navigate on Autopilot that offers you the option of turning off the rotation requirement. Rock it and the car will change lanes of its own, sending notifications via a visual prompt as well as an optional chime.
Netflix price increases will hit US subscribers in May
The base package goes from $ 8 to $ 9, while the standard plan (which offers streaming HD on two devices simultaneously) increases from $ 11 to $ 13. The premium package, which offers streaming UHD streaming across four devices at a time, will cost $ 16 instead of $ 14.
Powerbeats Pro are the first truly Beats wireless headphones
It's not just new AirPods. After some leaks and code-based tips, there was not much left to announce, but Beats officially unveiled the Powerbeats Pro: the $ 250 pair of truly wireless headphones that had already made headlines. him. Although they are wireless, they have the same hook-on-ear design as the Apple and Beats Powerbeats 3 debuted in 2016. As they are designed for workouts and other activities, this hook helps keep the buttons in place while you're in re move. According to Beats, this truly wireless model is 23% smaller and 17% lighter than the Powerbeats 3, making them more comfortable.
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