Twitter today announced several changes to the desktop and mobile Twitter experience to make relevant breaking news, events, and stories easier to discover.
Going forward, the Explore section of Twitter will be organized using topic tags so users can more quickly see what’s happening in news and entertainment and what’s most relevant to them.
Twitter is also improving search with related news, events, or stories that are listed at the top of search results when you search for something.
Twitter’s „Happening now“ timeline that was introduced last year for sports is being expanded to include breaking and personalized news, with [...]
Most Apple Watch owners will recognize the „Now Playing“ app – it automatically launches by default whenever you play audio through the Music or Podcasts app on your iPhone. A similar screen shows when you play audio through any third-party iPhone app that also has an Apple Watch extension, like Overcast, for example.
The Now Playing app provides quick access to playback controls on your wrist, as well as track options like Love/Dislike and Delete From Library. You can also turn the Crown on your Apple Watch to adjust volume, which is handy when you’re listening on AirPods or other headphones that don’t have built-in volume controls.
AT&T is planning to add a new streaming service to its lineup called „AT&T Watch,“ priced at a low cost of $15 per month with the removal of all sports channels. The service will be one of the cheapest streaming bundles available on the market, and will even be free for AT&T wireless subscribers on unlimited plans (via The Wall Street Journal and Variety).
As of now not much else is known about AT&T Watch, including exactly what channels will be on offer, what platforms it will launch on, or even a specific launch date besides „in the next few weeks.“ When it does debut, the service will undercut Sling TV’s cheapest [...]
Apple appears to have designed a gold iPhone X, according to documents filed with the United States Federal Communications Commission.
When releasing a new device, smartphone companies must share details with the FCC, which Apple did for the iPhone X in September of 2017. In the document, Apple appears to have used an iPhone X in a gold colorway that was not ultimately released.
The document in question, which again, was filed back in September, includes several images of a gold iPhone X from multiple angles to outline included features and the device’s dimensions. The gold shade of the iPhone X appears to be similar to the gold color of the iPhone 8 and [...]