Google’s John Justice Reveals Stadia Plans, Data Caps, Android TV, And Not Overpromising

A lot of modifications were seen in Stadia’s first year, though Google continues to face difficulties to overcome in the gaming market. With the year coming closer, John Justice, Google’s Head of Product for Stadia, mentioned in an interview the state of the platform and plans to reveal compelling points and talked about how Stadia won’t overpromise with its announcements. Read More

The Logic Behind Design Of AirPods Max Explained By Apple

Initially this month, AirPods Max was launched as Apple’s first over-the-ear headphones. The AirPods Max is currently the talk of the town and has created some inquisitiveness being priced at $549. The design philosophy of Apple has always been edgier in comparison to its competitors. An explanation was given behind the logic of AirPods Max case by the company in an interview with a Japanese news site. An in-depth conversation was taken place regarding the AirPods Max by Eugene Whang, industrial designer, Bob Borchers, VP of product marketing, and Evans Hankey, Apple’s VP of industrial design, in the said interview. Read More

Instagram Introduces New Features To Combat COVID-19 Misinformation

An announcement was made by Instagram that it will be releasing new features to help combat COVID-19 misinformation: a link will be seen by users in areas with surging cases to their local health authority at the very top of their feed along with vaccination information will also be directed to credible health sources. Read More

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Apple’s App Store Revenue Share From Developers Who Make Under $1 Million Is Just 2%

According to app intelligence firm Sensor Tower, less than $1 million from Apple’s App Store this year account for only 2% of games revenue that has been generated by the App developers. Developers earning less than $1 million yearly would be entitled to 85% of the revenue share, an announcement was made by Apple. Read More

40-Minute Limit To Be Lifted By Zoom For The Holiday Season

The 40-minute meeting limit for free accounts will be lifted globally by Zoom, with the holiday season coming up. It was confirmed to The Verge by the company. The restrictions will be taken down on days such as Hanukkah, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, and Kwanzaa. On Thanksgiving, the 40-minute limit last month was lifted as well by the company. Read More

You Can Now Make Zoom Calls On Google Nest Hub Max

An announcement was made by the company that the Zoom support for the Nest Hub Max smart display will be set in motion soon by Google as a preview in advance for users in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia as we speak.
Additionally, it was also mentioned by Google, Google or Nest Wi-Fi system users might witness few developments to video calls. Detecting and prioritising video call traffic for Google Meet and Zoom is a feature the device is being updated for to automatically perform it. It will offer to help you in case you are facing minor issues with your video calls. Read More