Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus set a new preorder record for Samsung. While Samsung didn't release specifics on the number of preorders, the news bodes well for the company as it bounces back from last year's recall of its Galaxy Note 7. Both the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus received high marks from CNET's reviewers. Preorder numbers for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are the "best ever," the company says. Samsung has more preorders for its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus phones than for last year's Galaxy S7, the company says.
The latest update to WhatsApp adds Siri functionality to the app, To have full functionality for the feature users must be running iOS 10.3 and have Allow "Hey Siri" enabled in Settings, The iTunes Preview protect verge case for apple iphone x and xs - translucent smoke/black/metallic for WhatsApp version 2.17.20 shows additional information on this feature and other updates to the app, "Hey Siri, read new WhatsApp messages."If you're a WhatsApp user, life just got a little better, On Friday, an updated version of WhatsApp was released that introduced Siri functionality, This means you can have Siri read your latest messages simply by saying: "Hey Siri, read new WhatsApp messages." The functionality is the result of Apple opening up Siri's software to third-party developers last year at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)..
The Samsung Gear S3 has a Spotify app that streams music and was originally intended to store music locally for offline playback. An updated app for Google's Android Wear platform was also supposed to offer more independent music streaming and downloading options, but hasn't arrived yet. The Android Wear Spotify app is pretty basic, and just acts as a remote. But it shows Spotify has been exploring ideas already. Pebble Core, the Spotify wearable Pebble never made. Before Pebble was sold to Fitbit, the smartwatch company was also working on a standalone, GPS-enabled Android device called Pebble Core. Its big feature was supposed to be Spotify, streaming music and also playing back locally stored tracks for workouts. Pebble Core doesn't exist, but the basic idea still could be interesting.
Lifebeam Vi, AI-enabled fitness headphones that already have some Spotify integration, The Lifebeam Vi, a pair of fitness heart-rate enabled headphones I've been wearing over the last week, connects with protect verge case for apple iphone x and xs - translucent smoke/black/metallic Spotify to sync playlists for quick playback during workouts, According to Lifebeam CEO Omri Yoffe, whom I spoke with a couple of weeks ago, the longer-term goal is for Spotify's tracks to match up with your running pace to match your workout's intensity, Spotify could be developing that type of idea -- music that matches your workout -- in a future fitness wearable, It would be a great idea and something that doesn't exist right now..
Consider Amazon Echo and Google Home. They're speakers with music-forward functions that make the most of voice commands.Why not a Spotify-type device, or maybe a pair of AirPod-like headphones that could call up playlists automatically? If Spotify's job listing is looking at voice services, an Echo-alike seems like an obvious direction. But maybe fitness headphones are a good fit, too, if Spotify's able to develop headphones that could locally store music for runs and use a voice interface to interact.