Spotify has just announced a new function has been implemented to its music app – Spotlight. As the name suggests, the new feature brings some visual layers to the various content the service is providing to customers.
Spotlight and its visual layers should complement the listening experience users get for podcasts, audiobooks, news, as well as other audio content available on Spotify platform.
At launch, Spotlight will offer content from various Spotify partners like BuzzFeed News, Cheddar, Crooked Media, Lenny Letter, Gimles Media, Genius, The Minefield Girl, Refinery29, and Uninterrupted.
Apple today released four video ads promoting the iPhone X –
the company’s newest, most advanced, and most expensive smartphone yet. All the
videos – embedded below – presents features that are currently exclusive to the
One of the ads shows how much fun you can – arguably – have with Animoji (which are created with the help of data gathered by the handset’s TrueDepth
camera), while the other three videos are all about Face ID.
As you may know, Face ID is the only biometric
authentication feature on the iPhone X, as the device lacks Touch ID (and a
home button). …
With the 2017 holiday season just around the corner, Apple
wants you to know that you can find plenty of gifts on its official website.
Thus, the website now features an updated gift section for all potential
customers to check out.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the first device that’s presented in this holiday
gift guide is the iPhone X: Apple’s newest, most advanced and most expensive
smartphone to date. Sold for $999 (64 GB model) or $1,149 (256 GB), the iPhone
X can currently be shipped in 2-3 weeks – certainly in time for Christmas. The (also new)
iPhone 8 is also a gift suggestion, …
We, humans, are forgetful creatures. This trait is a part of our nature, but the world that we live in certainly doesn’t make it easier. The always-on technologies of today are constantly there to demand our attention, so it’s easy to get distracted and overlook the things that actually matter to us.
With split-screen multi-tasking already a pretty big part of Android, it’s no surprise that users and developers will explore ways to make this feature as convenient as possible.
Smartphone manufacturers come and go over the years, but for a brand to really have staying power, it has to be flexible. There’s probably not a better example of such a company than Nokia, which has switched software platforms and ownership interests so many times that it can be difficult to keep track. Right now, though, Nokia phones come to us care of HMD, and that partnership has already brought us devices like the Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. While we’re happy to see mid-rangers like those, sometimes we crave the power and performance of a no-holds-barred flagship, and that’s …