Rest in peace iTunes. Dead after Apple released the Catalina OS.
You now have three apps to replace iTunes…Apple TV, Apple Music and Apple Podcasts.
Catalina offers many new features for Macs made in 20-12 or later.
Amazon has a redesigned Fire HD 10 tablet.
At just under 150, its a cheaper alternative to the iPad.
The Fire is a portal to Amazon Music, Prime video and Kindle.
The update includes a faster processor, ten-inch screen and 12 hour battery life. Order now. It launches on the 30th.
Alexa now speaks Spanish. It works just like it does in English.
Not a week passes when it doesn’t seem like there’s a new phone.
The Pixel Four comes with two rear cameras in standard and XL sizes.
It has more secure facial recognition and air gestures.
Google also promising a 13-point-3 touch-screen laptop called the Pixelbook Go. Look for a Google watch and an update to the Nest mini-speaker system.
If you have a Samsung S-10 smartphone you can now upgrade to the Android 10 OS. You’ll notice smaller notification windows…improved dark screen mode…and screen time management tool.
The Beta version is available through the Samsung members app.
Question. What do you think the Internet is worth?
The Fed is trying to figure that out and the worth of your online services.
A group of economists say the average user would need about 48-bucks to give up Facebook for one-month
To stop using search engines…more than 17-thousand.
They say the current GDP calculation excludes the digital economy. This means we may not be getting an accurate picture of the health of the economy.
And thanks to Mike Tank for emptying his wallet for the b-roll I needed. Make it rain, Mike.