Google Accidentally Leaks Its ‘Nest Hub Max’ Smart Display

Ever since Google acquired Nest back in 2014, both companies have sort of continued to run as separate entities, with each company putting out their own set of products. However, it seems that could change because in a leak on its own website, Google might have accidentally revealed an upcoming product called the Nest Hub Max.


Huawei Unveils FreeLace Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

When Huawei announced their Huawei P30 smartphones, the company also took the wraps off several other products. One of those products is the Huawei FreeLace headphones, which you can see in the image above. These are wireless headphones, which are a dime a dozen, but yet Huawei managed to include certain features that helped set it apart.


Apple Music Has Been Installed On 40 Million Android Devices

We know that some of you might have cringed a little when Apple announced that they would be launching Apple Music on Android. This is because of the divide between iOS and Android users, where it is very rare to see Apple bring its services to competing platforms. However, it’s not surprising as we imagine that Apple will probably want to attract as many customers as possible.


Spotify Will Use Algorithms To Help Create More Personalized Playlists

When it comes to music discovery, there are many ways in which we can go about finding new artists and songs. It can come from a friend’s recommendation, a movie’s soundtrack, or as we’re starting to see these days, the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning where music services attempt to learn what you like and make recommendations off of that.


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IKEA Teases Its Upcoming Speakers With Sonos

Last year IKEA announced an upcoming collaboration with Sonos where they would be creating a set of speakers together. Details of those speakers are expected to be officially unveiled next month, but in the meantime IKEA has decided to tease the upcoming speakers with some images that shows what it could look like.


Apple Powerbeats Pro True Wireless Headphones Leaked

A few days ago, it was reported that Apple could be working on launching a new pair of Beats headphones. What makes this interesting and exciting is the fact that Apple has yet to launch a set of Beats headphones in a while (new colorways don’t really count), and how it has also been rumored to be a set of “true” wireless headphones similar to the AirPods.


True Wireless Beats Headphones Could Be Launching This April

Last year Apple pretty much did nothing with its Beats brand of headphones. Apart from launching new color options, there were no new Beats products, but that could change next month because according to a report from CNET, Apple could actually launch a new set of Beats headphones next month.


Apple’s New AirPods Launched With Longer Battery Life And Wireless Charging

Apple’s AirPods were initially launched back in 2016, but the company hasn’t really bothered to update it for the past few years, at least until now. Hot on the heels of rumors that a new set of AirPods could be in the works, Apple has officially launched its second-gen set of AirPods earphones.


IKEA And Sonos To Unveil Their SYMFONISK Speakers Next Month

Last year IKEA announced that they would be teaming up with Sonos to create a set of smart speakers. IKEA had previously dabbled in Bluetooth speakers, but this would mark the first time the company would be launching a set of smart speakers, and the good news is that we might be able to get a glimpse of it next month.


Apple’s Suppliers Are Gearing Up For iPad, AirPods Production

According to the rumors, Apple is working on a new set of AirPods and also a bunch of new iPads. We’re not sure when they might be announced, but it could be relatively soon because according to a report from DigiTimes (via MacRumors), it seems that Apple’s suppliers have started to gear up for production of those devices.


Tidal’s iOS App Gains Support For Masters Audio

The problem with music streaming is that in terms of quality, it might not be on the same level compared to lossless audio files. This is to be expected since such files can be too big to stream efficiently on the internet, plus usually not that many people can tell the difference anyway as such audio will require higher-end hardware to truly appreciate.


Music Streaming Services Are Fighting Royalties Increase

Royalties are one of the several ways that musicians earn money through their music. This is why it was a big deal when Apple initially refused to pay musicians royalties during the three month trial period of Apple Music. This essentially meant that musicians had to work for “free” during those three months.


Steinway’s Spirio R Grand Piano Can Record Your Live Performances

These days thanks to recording equipment being more affordable and accessible, along with there being various software options to consider, the ability to record and produce high quality music in the comfort of your bedroom is more than possible. However it seems that Steinway & Sons wants to make it even more convenient.


Google Duo Audio Calls Now Rolling Out To Google Home Devices

Google Duo is the company’s answer to video calls. Previously Google had largely relied on Hangouts for video and audio calls, but with Hangouts now focused more on enterprise users, those who wanted to make video or audio calls over the internet had to use Duo (as one of the many alternatives).