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Google I/O 2021: Android 12, Pixel Buds and what else to expect - CNET

By: Lexy Savvides
May 14, 2021
The annual developers conference, which runs May 18 to 20, should be jam-packed with hardware and software updates.


Apple Discontinuing Space Gray Mac Accessories Now That iMac Pro is Dead - MacRumors

By: Juli Clover
May 14, 2021
Following the discontinuation of the iMac Pro, Apple also appears to be discontinuing Space Gray "Magic" accessories that it sold separately...


Samsung Galaxy A22 5G could be the company’s cheapest 5G phone - The Verge

By: Allison Johnson
May 14, 2021
Leaked images have revealed the Galaxy A22 5G, which could soon become Samsung’s least expensive 5G phone. Allegedly, it will offer a 6.4-inch LCD, 5,000mAh battery, and a rear triple-camera array.


Apple Music for Android 3.6 prepares for lossless audio streaming - 9to5Google

By: None
May 14, 2021
Evidence in the latest Apple Music beta for Android points to the app working toward lossless audio streaming.


Concept: How Apple could expand iPhone customization beyond widgets with iOS 15 - 9to5Mac

By: None
May 14, 2021
iOS 14 saw the introduction of Home Screen widgets on the iPhone, and that alone was expected to cause a tsunami of creative customization on the platform. But that was just the tip of the iceberg. Even though it’s been possible for a few years now, regular c…


After Epic v. Apple namecheck, Itch.io runs one-day-only dev-friendly promo - Ars Technica

By: Sam Machkovech
May 14, 2021
Similar to "Bandcamp Fridays"—comes after Itch.io was disparaged in Epic v. Apple.


Russia, racing to beat Tom Cruise and NASA to first movie shot in space, picks its cast - NBC News

By: Matthew Bodner
May 14, 2021
The Russian space agency, Roscosmos, announced Thursday that it had selected a cast for what is planned to be the first movie to be shot in outer space.


Google Says Everything At Stadia Is Fine, As The Water Reaches Their Noses - Kotaku

By: Zack Zwiezen
May 14, 2021
The last 12 months or so have been rough times for Google Stadia. Lawsuits, its main first-party development studio shutting down with little warning, issues with indie devs and key folks leaving the company. But according to Google, a company famous for shut…


Here's the Deal With Amazon Prime Day 2021 - Gizmodo

By: Catie Keck
May 14, 2021
When is Amazon Prime Day 2021? Great question! There is someone who probably knows the answer to that, but right now, the best information we have is sometime in the next month or so. A better question is: Should you skip Prime Day? Yes, you probably should.


The Verge’s Graduation Gift Guide 2021: the best gifts for high school and college grads - The Verge

By: Verge Staff
May 14, 2021
For the 2021 graduation gift guide, we’ve put together a list of devices and other products that will make it easier for graduates to start on their new adventure: Macs, Chromebooks, and Windows PCs; earbuds and speakers; and stuff to help with cooking, gamin…


Porsche 911 GT3 RS Spy Video Captures Active Rear Wing In Action - Motor1

By: Anthony Alaniz
May 14, 2021
A new spy video captures the Porsche 911 GT3 RS out testing on public roads, showing the active rear wing in action for the first time.


Move Over Lady Dimitrescu, the Resident Evil Community Loves the Duke Now - IGN - IGN

By: Joe Skrebels
May 14, 2021
Lady Dimitrescu has been a fan-favourite Resident Evil Village character for months, but fans have now latched onto a brand new character.


Destiny 2 producer Wendy Wade discusses Season of the Splicer - Metro.co.uk

By: GameCentral
May 14, 2021
As Season of the Splicer begins, GameCentral talks to Destiny 2's producer about playing with the enemy and the return of Vault of Glass.


AMD Cancels Exclusivity Commitment To GlobalFoundries 12nm and 14nm Wafers - Wccftech

By: Ramish Zafar
May 14, 2021
Chip designer Advanced Micro Devices, Inc (AMD) has revised its agreement with GlobalFoundries, Inc as the global semiconductor shortage stresses capacities all around. AMD sources chips manufactured on the relatively mature 12nm and 14nm process nodes from G…


Where to preorder the black and red DualSense controllers for the PS5 - The Verge

By: Brandon Widder
May 14, 2021
The PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller will soon come in two additional colors: midnight black and cosmic red. They’re now available for preorder for $69.99 and $74.99, respectively, and feature a two-tone design.


FPS Boost: brilliant for Xbox gamers but we hope to see more from Series X - Eurogamer.net

By: Richard Leadbetter
May 14, 2021
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Veritone launches new platform to let celebrities and influencers clone their voice with AI - The Verge

By: James Vincent
May 14, 2021
Cloning your voice with AI could be a lucrative business decision for celebrities and influencers. It would allow you to sell content like product endorsements with minimal effort. That’s why Veritone is launching Marvel.AI, a new platform for creating and se…


The Apple Designer You've Never Heard of Is Making Noise - WIRED

By: Steven Levy
May 14, 2021
Plus: The iPod’s cultural importance, the fate of Loon’s balloons, and the price of an SNL appearance.


Microsoft rolls out Dolby Vision gaming test on Xbox Series X and S - The Verge

By: Jon Porter
May 14, 2021
Dolby Vision gaming is arriving on the Xbox Series X and S for testers who are a part of the Xbox Insider’s “alpha ring” group. Microsoft says the feature means “brighter highlights, sharper contrast, and more vibrant colors.”


Twitter for Android finally gets a search feature that should've arrived much sooner - Android Police

By: None
May 14, 2021
While direct messages are great for private conversations on Twitter, it gets increasingly challenging to locate that one thread you're looking for in the


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