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Recent articles by Nathan:

Pinterest's new Today tabs offers curated boards and coronavirus info

Pinterest has historically done a very good job at battling misinformation on its platform, doing its best to hide anti-vaccine content and more recently providing custom search results related to the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, as more and more people are sheltering in place in their homes, Pinterest has seen its users increasingly search for inspiration around things like recipes,… → Read More

Apple's new Air could be the MacBook for everyone

At $999, the MacBook Air is $200 cheaper than it was when Apple released the redesigned late-2018 model. The entry-level $999 model should be a logical choice for the majority of interested buyers, no upgrades necessary. For $100 less than the model Apple was selling yesterday, you get the same 8GB of RAM but double the storage: 256GB, up from 128GB. The default processor is still a dual-core… → Read More

Apple adds trackpad support to the iPad

Apple just introduced a new iPad Pro, but older iPads are set to get a major update as well. On March 24th, Apple is releasing iPadOS 13.4 which includes full mouse and trackpad support for the first time. It'll work on all iPad Pro models, iPad Air 2 and later, the 5th-generation iPad and later, and the iPad mini 4 and later. Basically, if you've bought an iPad in the last four or five years,… → Read More

Sonos is releasing a new OS and controller app for its speakers this June

For the large majority Sonos owners, those running hardware compatible with this update, it'll arrive like any other one. You'll get a notification in the Sonos app that your hardware has an over-the-air update available, and you'll also install a new app for your mobile phone to control your devices. Sonos says that this new platform will allow it to build out new features and user experiences… → Read More

Sonos kills its device-bricking 'recycle mode'

Sonos has been under fire lately for the way it has handled a few decisions around its oldest products. Last fall, the company introduced a "trade up" program -- if you owned one of Sonos' oldest products, you could send it in to the company and get 30 percent off new gear. However, to get the discount, you had to put your old products in "recycle mode," a setting that would permanently make… → Read More

What does the end of Elizabeth Warren's campaign mean for big tech?

Warren drew significant attention over the past year by saying that many of the biggest tech companies in the world would be under close scrutiny if she were to become president. Specifically, she pledged to break up Amazon, Facebook and Google and accused them of using their power to unfairly influence the market and absorb their competition. She's also taken issue with Facebook's lack of… → Read More

Facebook cancels F8 developer conference over coronavirus concerns

Facebook is the latest tech company to cancel an event due to the coronavirus outbreak. The company's annual developer conference, F8, was scheduled for May 5th... → Read More

New Powerbeats wireless headphones appear to be on the way

It looks like the successor to 2016's Powerbeats3 is almost ready. → Read More

The Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung's latest foldable flip phone

Samsung announced its first folding phone one year ago -- and the year that followed was tumultuous, to say the least. The Galaxy Fold's fragile design caused m... → Read More

The FTC has opened an investigation into Facebook and Google acquisitions

The FTC has just announced an antitrust investigation into Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google (as well as parent company Alphabet) and Microsoft. The consumer prot... → Read More

Attorney general thinks US should buy controlling stake in Nokia, Ericsson

It's no secret that the US views Huawei as a threat to national security. But the company is also playing a big role in building out 5G networks around the worl... → Read More

US opens investigation into Google amid Sonos patent suit

Sonos is continuing to press Google for allegedly violating its patents. → Read More

Amazon might offer Twitch's streaming technology to businesses

Amazon might be investigating a new way to make money from Twitch. → Read More

Google Maps for iOS and Android is getting a makeover

Google Maps was launched 15 years ago this week (in beta, of course). Not surprisingly, Google is using this as an opportunity to launch a few new updates to it... → Read More

YouTube ad revenue has almost doubled in the last two years

If you've been following Google and its parent company Alphabet in recent years, you won't be shocked to know that it's making a ton of money. Alphabet just dro... → Read More

The iPad hasn't killed laptops, but Apple will keep trying

Ten years ago, Steve Jobs introduced the last all-new product line that Apple would launch in his lifetime. Initially, the iPad was mocked for its name and deri... → Read More

Sonos CEO: 'legacy' devices will still work after May

Older Sonos devices won't get new features, but there's no forced brick coming. → Read More

Sonos will stop updating its 'legacy' products in May

Sonos will stop updating its oldest products this May. → Read More

Microsoft plans to be 'carbon negative' by 2030

2019 was the second-hottest year on record, and it's going to take a lot of effort to slow the Earth's ever-rising temperatures. Today, Microsoft announced deta... → Read More

Google's CES booth was more show than substance

For the third year in a row, Google has a giant booth at CES, right in the lot outside the Las Vegas Convention Center. As before, it's all about the Google... → Read More