Google Assistant Has Picked Up English And Australian Accents

If you’d much prefer Google Assistant to speak back to you in an accent that feels more like your own, then you better be English or Australian, because that’s the two it has recently picked up. Google has revealed that Assistant will now be able to speak in an English (British) and Australian accent. It can do this on a wide range of devices such as Android smartphones and smart […]

Amazon Starts Shipping Its Echo Wall Clock

Amazon launched a bunch of products that come with its Alexa assistant baked in earlier this year, a microwave and wall clock were some of those products. The company has now started shipping its Echo Wall Clock. The Alexa implementation in this device is a bit different from what many have come to expect from Amazon’s Echo products.

Doctor Warns That Apple Watch Series 4 ECG Feature Is Not Accurate

When Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 4, one of the key features of the device was its built-in ECG feature, which in a recent report might have already saved its first life. However a doctor in Orange County is now warning that the readings from the ECG might not be as accurate as you might think.

Limited Edition Kingdom Hearts 3 PS4 Pro Bundle Unveiled

If you’re a fan of Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts franchise and would like to show your support for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3, you might be interested to learn that Sony has since unveiled a limited edition Kingdom Hearts 3 PS4 Pro bundle that is expected to be made available come 29th of January, 2019.


Apple Music Now Supported By Amazon’s Echo Speakers

Amazon has their own music streaming service and we’re sure that the company would love if all users were to sign up for it. However the reality is that many of us are subscribed to multiple platforms, like Mac users who own Android devices, or iPhone users who subscribe to Spotify, and so on.

One In 10 Americans Expected To Own A Smartwatch In 2019

According to the shipment figures, wearable technology like smartwatches appear to be on the rise, with companies such as Apple shipping more units of their Apple Watch than they did in the previous year. So much so that according to market research firm eMarketer, it could get to the point where one in 10 Americans could own a wearable in 2019.

Philips Hue Bulbs Can Now Stay Off During A Power Surge

Power surges and blackouts can happen from time to time for a variety of reasons. However the problem with such instances is that if you rely on connected objects like smart light bulbs, they can turn themselves back on when the power is back. This can be a bit problematic if you’re not home or if it’s in the middle of the night and everyone’s sleeping.

Amazon Is Now Officially Selling The Google Chromecast Again

Amazon and Google are amongst the biggest tech companies in the world right now, so it’s not surprising that they see each other as rivals. In fact both companies kind of traded blows with one another when Google decided to pull YouTube from Amazon’s Echo devices, which later resulted in Amazon taking some of Google’s products down from its website.

Amazon Music Arrives On NVIDIA Shield TV

NVIDIA’s Shield Android TV box is receiving a new software update today. The company has done a good job of supporting this device over three years after it was first released. Version 7.2 of the set-top box’s firmware brings Amazon Music. Shield TV owners in the United States will now be able to stream music on the device from Amazon Music.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Gets ‘The Pillar’ DLC Next Week

Many Shadow of the Tomb Raider players will be interested in finding out how Lara Croft’s journey is going to progress from here on out. Well, they need not wonder anymore, as it has been confirmed that the next DLC for this game titled “The Pillar” is going to be released next week. It will arrive on both consoles and PC. This is the second DLC for this game.

Apple Offering HomePod Discounts For Apple Music Subscribers

Apple’s HomePod is one of the more expensive smart speakers around where at $350, it certainly puts it well above the prices of some of its competitors, although Apple argues that the HomePod’s audio quality more than makes up for it. That being said if you’re looking to save some money, you might be in luck.

Skullcandy Launches Their First ‘True’ Wireless Earbuds

While wireless earphones aren’t exactly new, we’re starting to see a trend where headphone makers are making “true” wireless headphones, meaning that these headphones don’t have any cable whatsoever connecting them to each other, much like the AirPods from Apple. Given that handset manufacturers are starting to ditch the headphone jack, it’s not surprising that we’re seeing a rise in popularity in such devices.

Puma Bringing Back The Classic 1986 RS-Computer Shoe

Some of you may be old enough to remember the 1986 RS-Computer running shoe from Puma. It was way ahead of its time as the shoe had a computer chip inside the heel to record data like calories, distance, and time. These are things that we can now track with our phones or slim bands around our wrist. However, this was hi-tech at that time. Puma has announced that it’s […]

Huawei Trademark Suggests Smart TV A Possibility

Huawei could be thinking about entering the smart TV market if a new trademark filing is to be believed. The company has filed to protect the “Huawei AI Window” term. The trademark description mentions that it may be used for smart TVs and LCD panels. Earlier reports have suggested that Huawei may launch a new smart TV under its Honor sub-brand.