Sprint has just announced that it has taken up a 33% stake in Tidal to deliver a first-of-its-kind experience to its customers.
With its 4K-enabled Tinker Board, ASUS looks set to challenge the dominance of Raspberry Pi 3 in the single-board computer market segment. Read on for more details!
NVIDIA has introduced a new Shield Android TV box. Apart from being a 4K media streamer, it is also poised to become an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also bring high-performance gaming to PC and Mac users who don't have high-end systems through the GeForce Now cloud-based service.
It takes away two USB-C ports, and gives seven ports in return, including a Thunderbolt 3 port, two USB 3.1 ports, a HDMI port, a USB-C port, and separate MicroSD and SD card slots.
The new USB capture card comes with built-in console party chat streaming, and it kept the feature where streamers can directly record gameplay to a MicroSD card on the device.
Google wants to be in your home, "to be there when you always need it to be" as Google CEO Sundar Pichai put it. At least thats the plan for Google's new WiFi connected speaker/virtual assistant/smarthome controller, Google Home.
Google has just announced the next generation of its popular streaming device, the Chromecast Ultra. The Ultra supports 4K resolutions and will be able to stream 4K content from YouTube, Netflex and Vudu at launch, with Google Play Movies coming later in the year.
Streaming media stick, quadcopter, OTG flash drives - there's quite a number of things to buy this week.
Even without new hardware announcement, Apple had a very convincing and exciting software update across the entire Apple ecosystem. "Emojification" is just one of the new things that happened, but hop in and find out every new update from Apple at WWDC 2016!
Apple unveiled some new features that will be coming to Apple TV at WWDC 2016 today, including a revamped iPhone remote app, which lets you navigate your Apple TV from your phone, a single sign-in option, and better integration between iOS and tvOS.