Sonos CEO tries to calm worried owners
In a blog post, the CEO of Sonos tried to explain what's really going on with the company's products. While the information he offered is the same as in the announcement earlier this week (several older devices will no longer receive updates; it plans to release info in May about ways to split your setup so newer hardware on the network can still get updated), he had to respond after backlash grew.
The company's messaging has left a lot to be desired, and people still aren't happy to hear that some of their expensive speakers are going to be left behind, but hopefully everyone at least has their facts straight now.
'Picard' is the Star Trek show we've been waiting for
In this story, Picard is in a very different situation than we last saw him. The man is the same, but the world has changed. Swapna Krishna spoke to Patrick Stewart and other people behind the new CBS All Access show and explains more about what we can expect over the next two seasons.
Super Nintendo World won't open in Orlando until at least 2023
NBCUniversal parent company Comcast revealed in an earnings call that Super Nintendo World will be part of the Epic Universe theme park in Orlando. That's scheduled to open in 2023, and it's not yet clear whether Super Nintendo World will open then.
Sonos and the inevitable death of connected gadgets
This week, Devindra, Cherlynn and Deputy Managing Editor Nathan Ingraham dive into Sonos' plans, and what it says about the future of every connected device. (How's that Pebble treating you?) Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts or Google Play Music.
New 'Tetris' apps are ready to replace EA's mobile games
One day after EA announced it's shutting down its mobile Tetris games, N3TWORK's Tetris app is available for download. Right now, it only features solo gameplay, but the developer is also apparently working on a battle royale Tetris game for phones.
We want your Dell XPS 15 reviews
If you purchased the XPS 15, how do you feel about its bulk? Would you agree that the laptop is a bit clunky in design, or does it work for you? Is the keyboard comfortable? And how are you liking that 4K OLED display? Dish all the details on this PC with a user review on our Dell XPS 15 product page.
How to buy a smart display in 2020
Plenty of people already like smart speakers because of how easy it is to get weather reports, control your smart home and update your calendar simply by using your voice. Smart displays add a visual element to that, making them a little more useful.
While we do have our favorite overall picks, we've also compiled a list of smart displays that would suit specific uses and preferences.
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