In what seems like ages, Sonos is (finally) adding support for the Google Assistant on their smart speakers, the Sonos One and the Sonos Beam.
OnePlus has officially announced their latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 7 Pro.
HP has refreshed their OMEN and Pavillion Gaming lineups which includes the world’s first dual-screen gaming laptop, the OMEN X 2S laptop.
One of the surprise announcements of CES 2019 was that Apple and Samsung would be working together to bring an iTunes Movies & TV Shows app (now the Apple TV app) to Samsung Smart TVs and now it’s rolling out via a firmware update.
When it comes to smartphones these days, a big emphasis is being put on the camera. Whether it’s bumping up the megapixel count or being able to take photos basically in the dark, the camera plays a big part in a flagship smartphone.
While Avengers: Endgame continues to dominate the box office, Marvel’s first female-led film Captain Marvel is ready to make its debut on Blu-ray and digital.
One of the issues that come with sequels, is that they have a lot to live up to, especially if the first film was so well received. When it came to The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, I was particularly excited about the film because I was a big fan of the first film and one of its spin-off The Lego Batman Movie.
As part of their I/O 2019 keynote, Google announced that the Android Q Beta would be available to not only the company’s Pixel phones but also third-party OEMs such as Asus.
Since Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox completed back in March, the company will also be adding a whole host of Fox films to their distribution schedule.
Google made a couple of announcements at their I/O 2019 keynote including Android Q, improvements to Google Assistant, YouTube and more.