Apple's updated in-ear pods aren't as groundbreaking as the original, but given how people have flocked to the curious design and good-enough audio quality, it seems Apple knows what it's doing. Better battery-life and wireless charging, but the same so-so sound
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active review
The Galaxy Watch has been refined into a basic, sports-friendlier body. It loses the rotating bezel and shorter battery life, but otherwise it offers everything you'd expect from Samsung's higher-end smartwatch, for a lot less money.
The Shed and the art of the flex
Opening on Friday, New York City's new half-billion dollar hybrid museum-meets-space space shapeshift to double its indoor perimeter in five minutes. The Shed's arresting design is really an industrial-sized allegory for what it thinks the cultural temple of the future should be: infinitely flexible.
Facebook will pull its apps from Windows Phone on April 30th
The slow death of Windows Phone plods along.
One inch closer to hands-free driving.
Tesla's Navigate on Autopilot won't need to confirm every lane change
Tesla had asked you to flick the turn to confirm lane changes when your car was driving itself, but you won't have to do that for much longer. The EV designer is rolling out an update to Navigate on Autopilot that gives you the option of disabling the turnstalk requirement. Toggle that and the car will change its own, delivering notifications through a visual prompt as well as an optional chime.
Netflix's price increases will hit US subscribers in May
The basic plan is rising from $ 8 to $ 9, while the standard package (which offers HD streaming on two devices simultaneously) is jumping from $ 11 to $ 13. The premium plan, which offers UHD streaming on up to four devices at once, will cost $ 16 instead of $ 14.
The Powerbeats Pro are Beats' first true-wireless earbuds
It's not just new AirPods. After some leaks and code-based tips, there was little left to announce, but Beats officially revealed the Powerbeats Pro: the previously rumored pair or $ 250 true-wireless earbuds. While they are, they have the same over-the-ear design as the Powerbeats 3 Apple and Beats debuted in 2016. Since these are designed for workouts and other activities, that helps keep the buds in place while you are. re moving around. Beats says this true-wireless model is 23 percent smaller and 17 percent lighter than the Powerbeats 3, which hopefully makes them more comfortable.
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