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Amazon said to be launch new Echo speaker with premium sound next year

By | Amazon, apple inc, Companies, computing, Gadgets, Hardware, HomePod, ikea, industries, Invoke, smart speakers, Sonos, Speaker, TC, tweeter

Amazon is reportedly looking to offer an Echo that more directly competes with high-end speakers like the Sonos line of device of Apple’s HomePod, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The speaker should be released sometime next year, according to the sources cited in the report, and will be somewhat wider than the existing […]

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Amazon said to be launch new Echo speaker with premium sound next year

By | Amazon, apple inc, Companies, computing, Gadgets, Hardware, HomePod, ikea, industries, Invoke, smart speakers, Sonos, Speaker, TC, tweeter

Amazon is reportedly looking to offer an Echo that more directly competes with high-end speakers like the Sonos line of device of Apple’s HomePod, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The speaker should be released sometime next year, according to the sources cited in the report, and will be somewhat wider than the existing […]

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Apple stops selling the 12-inch MacBook, a computer you either loved or were confused by

By | Apple, apple inc, apple keyboard, Boot Camp, computers, computing, energy, Gadgets, Hardware, iPad, Laptop, macbook, macbook pro, macintosh, smartphone, Steve Jobs, TC

Apple officially stopped selling the 12-inch MacBook today, a computer that hasn’t had an update since June 2017 and that is also maybe one of the most contentious Macs in Apple’s lineup. The 12-inch MacBook at one time seemed like Apple’s path forward (plenty of Apple fans and analysts saw it as a sign of […]

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Apple reportedly shifting to new keyboard design in 2019/2020 MacBooks

By | analyst, Apple, apple inc, apple keyboard, Boot Camp, computers, computing, Gadgets, Hardware, macbook, macbook air, macbook pro, macintosh, ming-chi kuo, Supply chain, TC

Apple is set to replace the technology underlying the keyboards found in its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro computers, according to a new report from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac). Kuo is frequently accurate in his predictions, which are sourced from within Apple’s supply chain and tend to provide an early indication of forthcoming […]

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