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News: Report: Apple developing Siri home speaker to rival Amazon’s Echo; will release Siri SDK at WWDC

12 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

A new report from The Information (subscription required), reveals that Apple is preparing to release a Siri SDK for third-party developers, as well as possibly releasing a standalone Siri-capable hardware device, similar to the Amazon Echo. Show More Summary

Mac: MacPhun Aurora HDR Pro

12 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

MacPhun has released a nice update to its popular Aurora HDR Pro app, designed to give Mac users the ability to easily turn their digital photos into impressive high dynamic range images. With the latest version, Aurora HDR Pro ($100)...Show More Summary

News: Daily Deal: CyberGhost VPN Premium Plan, 3-Year Subscription

12 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

In today’s iLounge Deal, you can pick up a three-year subscription to CyberGhost VPN Premium for only $39.99 — that’s 80% off the regular price. This ISO-certified VPN service lets you browse the Internet safety and anonymously, whether...Show More Summary

'Splash Cars' Gets Awesome New Online Multiplayer Mode in Latest Update

One of my surprise favorites of 2016 has been Craneballs' Splash Cars [Free], which takes the simple isometric driving of another favorite of mine, Pako [$0.99 / Free], and adds in a Splatoon-like paint-the-world mechanic. The results are fantastic, and the entire concept gets taken to a whole new level with today's new update which

Nexus Player makes its exit from the Google Store

Google is no longer directly selling the Nexus Player, its premiere Android TV set-top box that launched alongside Google's second (and more successful) attempt at entering the living room. If you visit the Google Store now, the Nexus Player is no longer listed under the TV & Audio section, and its direct link no longer works either. Show More Summary

Google Developers is answering your burning Firebase questions with a live Q&A session on May 26

For developers who attended or followed Google I/O 2016, the word "Firebase" picked up a lot of importance this last week. The powerful set of tools from Google that helps developers create, deploy, monetize and upgrade their apps saw...Show More Summary

How do you use your phone for messaging?

Technology has made it easier than ever to talk to the people in your life. Communicating using technology has become second nature for most of us. We use our phones to talk to coworkers, friends, and family alike. Phones have been a part of how we communicate with the people in our lives for decades. Show More Summary

Moto G4 Plus coming to Canada to replace the Moto X Play

Lenovo's most powerful Moto G variant, the Moto G4 Plus, is coming to Canada in early summer — likely the first or second week of June — to replace the well-received Moto X Play. The Moto G4 Plus, which features a 5.5-inch 1080p display,...Show More Summary

Apple seeds first OS X 10.11.6 public beta to testers

Apple has just pushed the first public beta for OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 to testers. The public beta release comes just a day after the first OS X 10.11.6 beta was pushed to developers. If you're a part of the public beta program, you should be able to pull the latest release from the Updates section of the Mac App Store now. Show More Summary

Apple Pay expands support to Visa, MasterCard and major banks in Singapore

Apple Pay has expanded in Singapore to support Visa, MasterCard, and a slew of new banks. The expansion, which also brings support for banks like DBS and UOB, follows Apple Pay's initial launch in the country in mid-April. Until now,...Show More Summary

Omni Group developer talks about his struggle with anxiety

Omni Group's Curt Clifton talks about his personal struggle with anxiety and how, as a software developer, he's dealt with the condition. Despite what we've come to understand about the brain and body, there's still a social stigma surrounding mental illness and disorders of the mind. Show More Summary

Canadian carriers are preparing for 5G, but don't get too excited yet

Canadian carriers are poised to begin tests for next-generation 5G service in the run-up to a public launch in the next three years. According to The Star, Bell and Telus already have plans to begin 5G trials in their labs, and are working...Show More Summary

Apple reportedly cooking up Amazon Echo competitor amid plans to open Siri to developers

Apple is reportedly gearing up to not only open up Siri to third-party apps, but also introduce a Siri-powered Amazon Echo-like device. As part of its efforts to open up Siri to developers, The Information reports that Apple will release a software development kit (SDK) that will enable developers to allow Siri to interact with their apps. Show More Summary

AT&T offers more data for the same price on its high-speed GoPhone plans

AT&T has announced it is adding more high-speed data for customers who are signed up for their pre-paid GoPhone plans. AT&T stated: If you're on the $60 plan, now get 6GB of high-speed data. If you have the $45 plan, now get 3GB of high-speed data. Show More Summary

Apple rolls out first iOS 9.3.3 public beta to testers

Apple has begun rolling out the iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 to its public testers, a day after it released the same build to developers. Members of the company's Beta Software Program can download the release over-the-air by going to Settings > General > Software update. Show More Summary

You can be in the new 'Ready Player One' movie without having to leave your house!

When real life mimics art, things get a little creepy. Ernest Cline's Ready Player One is one of my favorite science fiction novels of the 21st century, and director Steven Spielberg is taking the helm for the upcoming Warner Bros film. Show More Summary

Apple rehires software security expert Jon Callas

Apple has confirmed it has rehired Jon Callas, a well-known expert in software security and encryption, sometime earlier in May.. According to Reuters: Jon Callas, who co-founded several well-respected secure communications companies including PGP Corp, Silent Circle and Blackphone, rejoined Apple in May, an Apple spokesman said. Show More Summary

Foursquare's new bot texts food suggestions before you're hungry

Foursquare is more than a friendly food finder and gentrification-tracking app -- the company is now in the bot business with its latest tool, Marsbot. The bot analyzes users' locations and past preferences to make proactive recommendations via text on where to eat or grab a drink next. Show More Summary

Huawei sues Samsung over cellphone patents

No, the fighting between top smartphone makers isn't done just yet. Huawei has sued Samsung in both China and the US for allegedly violating its patents on cellular technology and software through its cellphones. Unlike what you seeShow More Summary

AT&T's GoPhone Service Adds More Data to Plans

13 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

AT&T today made its GoPhone prepaid service plans more attractive by adding more high-speed data without changing the price points. The $45 plan improves from 2 GB of LTE data each month to 3 GB, and the $60 plan improves from 5 GB to 6 GB. Show More Summary

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