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What you need to know Sonos is ending support for several of its oldest products. Software updates will cease in May for the original Zone Players, Connect, Connect:Amp, Play:5 (1st gen), CR 200 and Bridge. Sonos is giving users the option to trade in these devices with a 30% credit for each product you replace. … [Read more...] about Sonos is cutting support for some of its oldest products
Apple may break with tradition and release four new iPhone 12 models in 2020, according to the latest reports. But let's not forget the rumored iPhone SE 2, which could bring the total number of new iPhones in 2020 to five. On this week's Apple Core roundup, we also hear rumblings that TouchID is coming back thanks to a new in-screen fingerprint reader from Qualcomm. … [Read more...] about Apple could be releasing 5 new phones in 2020, including the iPhone 12
Sonos decided to stop supporting some of its aging products so it could incent customers to upgrade to new ones — yes, because it's now a public company that makes money from hardware and it needs a steady stream of revenue from both new and existing customers to grow, but also because in order to continue adding features to its more modern products it has to draw a line in the sand. The hardware in products released in 2005, or 2009, or even 2014, is considerably slower, and uses different standards, than those released in the last five years. That's true of phones and laptops and cars and televisions, but within each of those categories there's a different longevity expectation. Basically, people expect their stereo equipment to last forever because, until companies like Sonos started bundling computers with amps and tweeters and woofers, that was largely the case. … [Read more...] about From The Editor’s Desk: Throw away your smart home, dummy
What’s interesting about this particular BR spin is that it makes sense for the Fallout universe in terms of the setting, and Bethesda has neatly woven many of the trappings of its post-apocalyptic franchise into the battle royale. In other words, despite being adapted to a BR, it doesn’t lose itself, and still very much feels like a Fallout outing – and it’s all the richer for this. … [Read more...] about What will be the next battle royale hit?