Asus’ ROG flow Z13 / Samsung’s Freestyle Projector / Apple's iPhone subscription service plan March 25, 2022

from The Vergecast·

The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, and Dan Seifert discuss the tech headlines from this site this week — including Google's deal with Spotify over app fees, Nothing's first smartphone, and the struggle with TV projectors. Google will test letting Android developers use their own billing systems, starting with Spotify Nothing’s first smartphone is aimed at Apple, not OnePlus OnePlus 10 Pro gets its global launch on March 31st Dell’s XPS 15 and XPS 17 get 12th Gen chips Intel looks on track to fix its core problems Asus’ ROG flow Z13 is a Surface Pro that’s got game Apple …



The Verge's Nilay Patel, Alex Cranz, and Dan Seifert discuss the tech headlines from this site this week — including Google's deal with Spotify over app fees, Nothing's first smartphone, and the struggle with TV projectors. Google will test letting Android developers use their own billing systems, starting with Spotify Nothing’s first smartphone is aimed at Apple, not OnePlus OnePlus 10 Pro gets its global launch on March 31st Dell’s XPS 15 and XPS 17 get 12th Gen chips Intel looks on track to fix its core problems Asus’ ROG flow Z13 is a Surface Pro that’s got game Apple has resolved the outage affecting iMessage, Apple Music, the App Store, and other services Apple’s Studio Display has 64GB of storage in addition to its iPhone 11-caliber processor The Mac Studio’s removable SSD is reportedly blocked by Apple on a software level Apple service centers can reportedly replace the Studio Display’s ‘built-in’ stands How Microsoft built its smart Surface camera iFixit teardown offers a detailed look inside the Mac Studio and Studio Display Apple will reportedly sell the iPhone as a subscription service Google won’t give old Pixels the best 5G, even though it admits it could Eero’s new Wi-Fi 6E mesh router supports over gigabit speeds and costs under $500 Matter’s delays mean fewer new smart home products today Google tidies up its smart home app Apple TV app on Android TV no longer allows rentals, purchases, or subscriptions YouTube is taking on over-the-air TV with nearly 4,000 free episodes of TV Sonos might make your next TV streaming OS Yes, Netflix just got even more expensive HBO Max adds a shuffle button to help you find something to watch Google won’t let you buy movies and TV shows from the Play app starting in May Samsung’s Freestyle Projector doesn’t live up to it’s $900 price Spider-Man: No Way Home’s VFX wizards couldn’t see the Doc Ock memes coming How SiriusXM bought and bungled a beloved podcast network Inside the fight to save video game history How Robinhood’s Aparna Chennapragada is building the future of investing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices