The Link Bar includes both a full-fledged Android TV interface as well as always-on Google Assistant voice control. You can tell it to play TV shows in addition to the usual Assistant commands, and spoken commands work whether or not the TV is on. It’s not quite a direct competitor to the Sonos Beam (Sonos doesn’t have a smart TV interface), but there’s a similar philosophy. This isn’t so much an audio upgrade as it is a smart speaker that just happens to sit at the heart of your home theater.
Excerpted from “Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now” by Jaron Lanier. Published with permission. ARGUMENT ONE – YOU ARE LOSING YOUR FREE WILL WELCOME TO THE CAGE THAT GOES EVERYWHERE WITH YOU Something entirely new is happening in the world. Just in the last five or ten years, nearly everyone started […]
pic.twitter.com/s2RRXIAdR5 — aaron ehasz (@aaronehasz) October 5, 2018 The Dragon Prince centers on a conflict between humans and the magical creatures of Xadia. When a grave offense threatens catastrophic war, kids from both sides of the conflict decide to work together to prevent disaster and restore peace. The first season of The Dragon Prince was […]
Following the demise of Ubuntu Phone, Purism’s Librem 5 seems like the next big thing in the budding world of Linux smartphones. Purism has already partnered with big names like GNOME and KDE, and we can expect the device to start shipping in April 2019. It seems like another hardware vendor is looking to develop its […]