Photo credit: TIME Starbucks has always been pretty technology driven in terms of services and the image they project to the world. So it only makes sense for them to announce integration with Alexa so you can soon order your coffee from your car. During their annual shareholders meeting, the mega-popular coffee chain announced a … Continue reading You’ll Soon Be Able to Order Starbucks in Your Car with Alexa
Google today updated four of their most popular apps with brand-new capabilities during their São Paulo event today. Here's a rundown of each. Allo Google has updated Allo with the ability to share files in the following formats: .pdf, .docs, .apk, .zip, and mp3. This has been one of the highest requested features for the messaging app … Continue reading Google Updates Allo, Duo, Photos, and Maps with New Capabilities
OnePlus recently teamed up with colette to deliver an all-black OnePlus 3T which would be available exclusively in France in a limited supply. This left many fans of the handset jealous as such a phone like the 3T in an all-black color scheme was simply too cool to pass up on. Luckily, all hope isn't lost. … Continue reading OnePlus is Releasing a “Midnight Black” 3T in Limited Quantities
Samsung's Galaxy S8 has leaked time and time again, so we basically know everything the company will announce come March 29th. However, when it comes to the rumored DeX dock which is said to present users with a Continuum-like experience by using a monitor and their phone, it's been pretty silent. That being said, a … Continue reading Is This Samsung’s DeX Dock for the Galaxy S8?
We learned in January that Huawei would update it's Mate 9 smartphone with Amazon Alexa integration, making it the first smartphone ever to do so. We've been waiting around for the update ever since then. But according to the company, it's already starting to roll out. Huawei says that starting this afternoon, users can expect … Continue reading Huawei is Now Rolling Out Amazon Alexa Integration to the Mate 9
Amazon has updated their Kindle reading app for iOS with a new function that'll make using both your iPhone and Kindle more seamless. There's now a 'Send to Kindle' option for sharing content visible in Safari with your e-reader's cloud library for later viewing. So if you've wanted to use your Kindle even more than … Continue reading Amazon Updates Kindle App for iOS with New ‘Send to Kindle’ Function
Apple is improving the experience of renting movies via iTunes. Starting with iTunes 12.6, you'll be able to rent films and watch them across all of your devices rather being restricted to the device you rented on in order to finish playback. The company requires you to have iOS 10.3 or tvOS 10.2 on your … Continue reading Apple Introduces ‘Rent Once, Watch Anywhere’ for Movies with iTunes 12.6
Google just dropped the first alpha build of Android O on everyone's laps today, and it brings with it improved battery life, better notification options, PiP for videos, and more. But some may be curious as to when they can expect the updated OS to begin rolling out to everyone. Luckily, the company details the … Continue reading Google Details Android O Release Timeline