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Hands-on with the new AirPods from Apple's second generation

Apple's second-generation AirPod, announced last week, appeared on the doorstep of people this morning and was also available for purchase in Apple retail stores. We have taken a set of AirPods 2 to see how they are compared to the original AirPods . Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Second Generation AirPods are available in two configurations: …

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Apple profiles dance choreographer Hope Boykin to promote AirPods

By Roger Fingas Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 01:47 pm PT (04:47 pm ET) New York-based dance choreographer Hope Boykin published on Facebook Boykin rejoined the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater this month after ankle injury and wears her AirPods during walks, subway rides, physical therapy and some of her dance work, the profile claims. This includes choreographing a March 15 …

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Ikea and Sonos give an insight into the WiFi bookshelf speaker by Symfonisk

Ikea and the new Wi-Fi bookshelf speaker from Sonos. Ikea Timed ahead, Ikea unveiled its latest collaboration with Sonos: the Wi-Fi bookshelf speaker that won the Red Dot Design Award. The loudspeaker is part of the Symfonisk product range and is expected to be available in August. The companies announced the loudspeaker prototype last summer. Pictures show that the loudspeaker …

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Google makes emails more dynamic with AMP for Email – TechCrunch

Google today officially launched AMP for Email to turn e-mail from static documents into dynamic, web page-like experiences. AMP for email comes to Gmail, but other major email providers like Yahoo Mail (which shares its parent with TechCrunch), Outlook and Mail.ru will also support AMP emails. Since Google's first announcement, Google has been more than a year away from this …

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Mozilla brings its Firefox Lockbox password manager to Android

Mozilla is bringing its Firefox lockbox password management app to Android. Firefox Lockbox lets users log in to their native mobile apps using passwords that are already stored in their Firefox browser, and So if, for example, you typically access Netflix or Twitter from your desktop browser, you can automatically pull over your credentials to the mobile app by logging …

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ASUS computer infected with automatic update virus: The Asahi Shimbun

BOSTON – In a highly-developed targeted espionage operation, hackers infected tens of thousands of computers from Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS with malicious software using the company's automated online update service, security researchers from Monday said. Kaspersky Lab said it has detected 57,000 infections among its anti-virus software customers. It is estimated that the exploit has probably affected more than 1 million …

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Updated Apple Music for Android with revised Browse tab, Chromebook support

Apple has today updated its Apple Music app for Android with some notable improvements. First, the update includes the revamped Browse tab that was available for iOS last week. Today's update also includes support for Chromebooks. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip The new Browse tab makes it easy to find playlists and other interesting music. It greatly simplifies the user interface …

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HTC's standalone VR headset costs more than you expect

Beyond Oculus Quest, HTC has announced the price, release date, and specifications for the standalone Vive Focus Plus headset. As with Obi-Wan's The Revenge of the Sith, the company has made a name for itself. To this end, it is expected that the more business-oriented VR headset will be available for $ 799/639 pounds (approximately $ 1,100) from April 15 …

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