YouTube TV gets more channels, but it comes with a price hike

YouTube TV will be adding a few new channels to its base package, filling in some of the gaps it had at launch. With that being said, it’s also increasing in price very slightly, which might be a turn-off for those cordcutters that ditched cable over rate hikes and bloated TV packages.  All YouTube TV […]


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Insta360 Pro certified and ready to add images to Google Maps Street View

Last year Google announced a new certification program for 360-degree capable cameras that would aid in connecting user captured images with Google Maps’ Street View. Historically Google has dispatched their own vehicles around the world to capture Street Views. By certifying cameras capable of meeting the programs requirements, Google can start to crowd source some […]


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A weird quirk with Bixby prevents installing a baseball card app on the Galaxy S8

Samsung’s Bixby virtual assistant wasn’t exactly met with open arms, and throughout reviews we’ve noted some general weirdness with the app. Every time I use a Galaxy S8 device I always accidentally hit the Bixby button, too, so it’s pretty obvious it needed more time in the oven before officially being released. But going beyond […]


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Google Assistant being added to Chrome OS

Over the last few months, Google has been expanding the types of devices that are capable of running their AI-powered Google Assistant. When first introduced, the Google Assistant was an exclusive to Pixel smartphones. However, Google quickly figured out that it would be a better strategy to make it available in as ubiquitous a manner […]


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