Google is continuing its commitment to Wear OS, and it's latest enhancements are pretty sweet
If you're an Apple Music or YouTube Music user, you can now discover which songs, artists, and genres you streamed the most in 2022.
There's no word on when they'll ship, but 9to5Google reports that both apps are "full" versions of their smartphone counterparts.
Elon Musk said that the three new verification methods will start rolling out Friday, December 2nd in an effort to reduce parodies and impersonations on the platform.
According to a report from The Verge, Musk wants to ensure no one can read your direct messages... even at gunpoint.
If you're on an Unlimited Plus plan, you can score a free year of ad-free YouTube and save $120.
Musk wants "Twitter 2.0" to be full of "exceptional" people, so he's prepared to fire some who won't commit.
The latest beta lets you flick off your wallpaper and notifications so you can simplify your AOD.
It's not available for everyone in the US, but those who were part of the beta program will appreciate the news.
The app now makes downloading music, accessing your library, and playing podcasts from your wrist a lot easier.
You can only get the new Blue through iOS (for now), and the price might be changing.
The company will add a secondary checkmark to certain accounts to prove their authenticity once the new Twitter Blue launches.
Nothing is ready yet - iOS users are just getting the version of Twitter that'll support it.
The music service's entire catalog of over 100 million songs is now available to all Prime members, but you'll have to be okay with shuffle mode.
No word on when these changes go in effect, but they're definitely some of the biggest to come to the platform so far.
Elon Musk's first big adjustment to Twitter's business model could be to start charging for verification.
The update includes features like Stage Manager, Display Zoom, an upgraded Mail app, iMessage upgrades, and more.
The update also includes upgrades to the Mail app, Tab Groups in Safari, SharePlay in iMessage, and more.
A new firmware update has hindered the quality of ANC on the headphones, and some are suspecting Apple intentionally did it.
The update comes after one of the most unstable beta processes in recent years for the company.
This probably sounds amazing.
The platform is also introducing the ability to host adult-only streams, as well as new collaborative features for going live.
The company is the last major hold-out when it comes to hi-fi streaming, and a dedicated "Platinum" plan might be its solution.
Some of the most meaningful expansions of Apple's services to Windows are starting to roll out.