Spotify and Hulu expand membership
Xbox Live Coming to iOS and Android
Apple Arcade is Apple’s new cross-platform gaming subscription
Apple release AirPods 2
Apple cancels airpower product
Apple unveils Apple TV+
Apple announces Powerbeats Pro
Apple announces News+
Apple announces credit card
Microsoft disk-less Xbox
Samsung S10 can wirelessly charge other phones
Samsung galaxy watch
Google Maps iOS release
Samsung phone announcement
Sprint to launch 5G in 4 cities in May
MicroSD Card gets an update
Google Home and Apple Music integration
Facebook Messenger Easter egg
Spotify will soon allow you to mute and block artists
Apple Pay update
Verizon will offer free spam protection to all of its customers
Apple is partnering up with American Airlines to allow Apple Music subscribers to listen to music without purchasing wifi
Apple is encouraging everyone to update their device to the latest software
There have been some rumors regarding the newest version of iOS which will be iOS13
Facebook released their unsend or delete feature
Spotify buys Anchor
Charter Spectrum’s App for the Apple TV has launched
Vizio adds Apple AirPlay and HomeKit integrations to its SmartCast smart TV platform
Dish is bringing Google Assistant to its hopper
Netflix raises prices for US customers
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Apple will wait until at least 2020 to release their 5G iPhones, Google may shut down Hangouts for consumers in 2020, As I mentioned in Episode 3, Apple Music is expanding. This time its coming to Android devices, If you use AT&T and Hulu streaming services… you will start seeing ads play when you pause your shows, Microsoft is moving the Microsoft Edge browser to the open-source Chrome platform, If you’re a Mac user and like the dark mode, you’re in luck, Speaking of applications supporting dark mode, and Apple is working on a news subscription service that could launch as early as spring 2019.
Hey everyone! I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving weekend! I know it was very busy and relaxing all at the same time for me. I go over the following in this episode:
Verizon is now allowing you to add multiple phone numbers to a single device, Verizon is also set to launch RCS text messaging in early 2019, Ohio becomes the first state to accept bitcoin for tax payments, Instagram is finally killing fake followers, Apple has announced that Watch OS 5.1.2 will enable ECG app, and Apple Music is coming to Amazon Echo devices.
Welcome to Episode 2 of The Tyler Tech Show! Because of Thanksgiving next week, there won't be an episode that week, but I will be back the following week for Episode 3. Today we cover, how to prevent scams during online shopping this holiday, Black Friday deals on eBay, Twitter is working on an edit button, Netflix is testing cheaper plans, Netflix is testing cheaper plans, Sprint is allowing customers to pick up their new phones at Walgreens, and Facebook releases their unsend feature on Facebook Messenger.
Welcome to the first Episode of The Tyler Tech Show!
In this show, I go over Amazon offering free 2-day delivery with no minimum purchase. Facebook is coming out with an un-send feature for their messenger app. Spotify is finally getting an app for the Apple Watch. FCC is requiring carriers to adopt a system to protect customers from scam robocalls by the end of this year. I talk about Samsung's foldable phone, new MacBook Air, and the new Mac Mini.