Tag: audio

Google Podcasts is now officially gone – here are my favorite iPhone and Android alternatives

Google Podcasts is gone. The streaming platform recently went offline on April 2, bringing the six-year saga to a close. Now it joins the likes of YouTube Stories and the Stadia console over in the Google Graveyard.  If you open the app or go to the official website, you get…

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Sony’s future mid-range headphones may specialize in hitting those low notes

Sony will soon release a new pair of mid-range wireless headphones capable of delivering bassy audio on the same level as high-end models. At least, that’s what this latest leak from industry insider Roland Quandt would lead us to believe. He recently spilled the beans on what may be the…

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Tidal’s game-changing feature lets your friends open shared songs in Spotify

Music streaming service Tidal is introducing a great new feature to its desktop app, one we hope other platforms implement: universal links. Now, whenever a Tidal user shares a song with a friend, the recipient will be able to listen to the track “on their preferred streaming service.” They won’t…

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Cambridge Audio’s new ANC earbuds have a crucial feature Apple’s earbuds can’t compete with

What do Lazlo from What We Do In The Shadows and Mancunian music legend Tim Burgess have in common? They’re both connected to Cambridge Audio’s brand new active noise cancellation (ANC) true wireless earbuds, the Melomania M100.   The new buds come in two versions: the regular Melomania M100 and…

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Qualcomm unveils S5 Gen 3 Sound platform with ‘almost 50x more AI power’

Qualcomm has been busy. But then again, when is it ever idle? Today (March 25) the company famous for its wireless solutions, software, and semiconductors has introduced two next-generation Snapdragon Sound offerings to improve the audio experience not just at the premium end of the market, but also to mid-tier…

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Roon releases its most affordable Nucleus music server for multi-room audio listening

Roon’s music servers are great, but they’ve been quite expensive – until now. The new Nucleus One server could bring the firm’s clever music tech to a whole new audience. The new product is the most affordable Roon server on the market, with a price tag less than one-third of…

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