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Qualcomm's high-res Bluetooth audio codec aptX HD is now on over 60 devices

By Tom Westrick Qualcomm announced that more than 60 devices use its aptX HD codec, bringing more detailed music over a wireless connection. As more and more manufacturers turn towards ditching the headphone jack, more […] Read More

Lenovo shows off the first Google Assistant smart display, will go on sale this summer

By Corbin Davenport Earlier today, Google announced that Assistant is coming to ‘smart screens.’ JBL, Lenovo, LG, and Sony are all making smart screens with Assistant, but Lenovo’s is the first one to make it […] Read More

Google Assistant is coming to smart displays

By Corbin Davenport Amazon stumbled upon a good idea when it launched the Echo Show last year. Even though it’s just an Echo speaker with a screen (and despite the YouTube functionality being removed), it […] Read More

WhatsApp Business adds support for quick replies

By Corbin Davenport Last year, WhatsApp released a business-focused version of its massively-popular messaging app, aptly-called ‘WhatsApp Business.’ It has a few unique features, like landline phone number support, messaging statistics, and other minor changes. […] Read More

Wi-Fi Alliance announces WPA3 security protocol for protecting wireless devices

By James Sanders The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced additional measures to secure wireless devices, following revelations last year about an oversight in the WPA2 specification which left devices vulnerable. Specific technical details are still scarce, […] Read More

[Deal Alert] Google's Pixel 2 cases on sale at Google Store, with a slight catch ($8-10 off)

By Paul Fidalgo All of Google’s own cases for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are on sale at the Google Store, but the discounted prices could affect whether you receive free shipping on […] Read More

Google Text-to-speech 3.14.9 adds support for Estonian, Romanian, and Slovak [APK Download]

By Richard Gao Google Text-to-speech isn’t an application that most of us interact with on a daily basis, but it’s very useful to the right audience. We don’t often see new languages instilled here, with […] Read More

JBL/Harman announce too many speakers and headphones, including some with Alexa or Assistant support

By Ryne Hager Samsung-owned JBL and Harman Kardon have released a flood of products at this year’s CES, collectively covering an extensive range of uses. From the new Google Assistant-equipped JBL Everest Bluetooth headphone line, […] Read More

Anker puts Alexa in a car charger with the Roav VIVA

By Paul Fidalgo For every category of electronic accessory, you can be certain that Anker will make one and that Amazon will try to put Alexa into it. These two nearly inescapable industry forces were […] Read More

Anker's tiny Android-powered portable projector is now on sale

By Corbin Davenport Anker released its first portable projector last year, under its new ‘Nebula’ brand. The Nebula Mars was a solid projector, but the outdated version of Android held it back. Anker released its […] Read More