Sony’s next true wireless earbuds leak again ahead of rumored imminent reveal

The XM5 earbuds also appear to use some glossy plastic in their construction versus the entirely matte XM4s. But the touch sensor areas on each earbud are still matte. That tallies with images of the earbuds that leaked earlier this year in March. Other specs include multipoint support (this was also available for the XM4s,…

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Volvo aims to shake up the EV market with the affordably priced EX30 compact SUV

EVs are getting big — too big, some say — so it’s refreshing to see Volvo trend in the other direction. The Swedish automaker’s next EV, the compact EX30 SUV, is powered by a modest battery that nevertheless manages to churn out a decent amount of range. But more compelling than that is the starting…

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iPadOS 17 finally supports external USB webcams and cameras

The iPad is finally getting support for external USB webcams and cameras. Apple’s latest iPadOS 17 developer beta includes support for a variety of USB webcams and even cameras connected through devices like Elgato’s Cam Link 4K or mirrorless cameras that have webcam modes. Twitter user Stephen Robles has demonstrated the USB webcam support and…

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Instagram is apparently testing an AI chatbot that lets you choose from 30 personalities

Meta could be the latest company to test the social potential of AI chatbots. A screenshot shared by leaker Alessandro Paluzzi on Twitter shows what seems to be an intro screen for the new Instagram feature. It says the chatbots will be able to answer questions, give advice, and help users write messages. It also…

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Twitter’s window to edit tweets is now one hour, but you still have to pay for it

The official Twitter Blue account now says that the tweet editing window has been doubled to one hour. The post announcing the feature was edited moments after it went live to note the change but, confusingly, didn’t add any other edits past the thirty-minute mark to demonstrate. Twitter’s support page for Blue was updated shortly…

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Apple will let you install its newest developer betas right now — for free

To see if you can install the developer betas, make your way to the software update section on your device. On my iPhone 12 Mini, I opened Settings, then tapped General > Software Update > Beta Updates > iOS 17 Developer Beta, and from there, I had the option to download and install the beta….

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Microsoft has no shame: Bing spit on my ‘Chrome’ search with a fake AI answer

It was time to download Google Chrome on a new Windows 11 computer. I typed “Chrome” into the Microsoft Edge search bar. I was greeted with a full-screen Microsoft Bing AI chatbot window, which promptly told me it was searching for… Bing features. Search query: “Chrome.” Search result: “news articles about Bing features.”Screenshot by Sean…

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Samsung’s next foldable-focused Galaxy Unpacked will take place in late July

Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked event, where it typically reveals new smartphones and other gadgets, is scheduled for sometime in late July, the company announced on Tuesday. For the first time, it will take place in Seoul, South Korea. Like other recent summer Unpacked events, expect the 2023 iteration to focus on foldables. “The foldable category…

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Siri can now multitask

Despite some hints toward a possible Apple smart display with its new StandBy feature for iPhones, Apple’s WWDC was underwhelming for the smart home. But Apple did announce one noteworthy addition, Siri will soon handle “multiple commands” in succession without you having to say its name again. This might seem like a small update, but…

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With iOS 17, Apple lets you share AirTags with friends and family

Apple’s AirTag item trackers are about to get more useful — with iOS 17, you’ll be able to share them and other Find My objects with up to five other people, the company has quietly revealed. That means you can begin tracking communal property, not just wholly personal items. Where are the household car keys?…

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