Month: July 2017

What’s on TV: ‘Voltron,’ ‘Sharknado 5’ and ‘Wet Hot American Summer’

July 31, 2017

This week is a big one for Netflix, although bigger releases like The Defenders are still waiting for later in August. This week we’ll see season three of Voltron: Legendary Defender, as well as season two of Wet Hot American Summer. Syfy is back wit…

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Bloomberg: Spotify is planning another big podcast push

July 31, 2017

Spotify started its new year getting into the podcast game when it announced it was bringing on its first original content in a trio of music-related shows. Then in March, it partnered with WNYC to bring its podcasts to the platform. While App…

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Android apps can find nearby devices even when they’re offline

July 31, 2017

If you’ve ever wished that your smartphone’s apps would automatically do your bidding the moment you neared a device, you’re in luck. After previewing it at I/O in May, Google has made the second generation of its Nearby Connections toolkit availabl…

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Google just made scheduling work meetings a little easier

July 31, 2017

There’s a little bit of good news for people juggling both Google G Suite tools and Microsoft Exchange for their schedule management at work. Google has released an update that will allow G Suite users to access coworkers’ real-time free/busy informa…

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‘Titanfall 2’ arrives on EA’s PC and Xbox One subscription services

July 31, 2017

Titanfall 2, the criminally underrated man-vs.-mech multiplayer game that reliably releases new free content nearly every month, is now available for subscribers of EA’s subscription services. Users on both EA Access on Xbox One and Origin Access on…

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