Surprise -- Netflix is nudging prices on two of its plans a bit higher. The standard HD streaming plan that allows for two streams simultaneously is going from $10 to $11 per month while the four-stream plan with 4K support is going from $12 to $14. The changes are set to take effect starting later this month, but current customers will get a 30-day advance notice. If you somehow don't have an account yet, the higher prices are in effect immediately -- but c'mon, you've gotta get your second season of Stranger Things.
Android device users can check out a new launcher from Microsoft. Other than a tailored feed of information based on your calendar and contacts, it also builds in the Continue on PC feature, which lets you move whatever you're using -- photos, documents, whatever -- from mobile to desktop with one button press.
To celebrate the ThinkPad's 25th anniversary, Lenovo put the ThinkPad Anniversary Edition 25 on sale. It brings retro styling with a blue enter key and multicolor logo, but packs a 7th Gen Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce 940MX graphics inside. For that combination of old and sort-of new, it will cost $1,900.
Fundamentally, if you're a company producing speakers around the $300 mark, then you have a problem. Because smart speakers, produced and backed by billion-dollar tech companies are looking to eat your lunch.
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