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The Morning After: Apple’s future without iTunes

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Welcome to your weekend! We’re preparing for WWDC and E3 next week and, of course, there’s plenty of information to help you get caught up before the press conferences start. Otherwise, let’s take a look at some…

Google Assistant can now control GE’s smart microwaves

GE’s lineup of connected microwaves can now be controlled by the Google Assistant. Owners can use voice commands to set their microwave and perform basic functions like starting, pausing, stopping or adding time. The microwaves also have a “scan-to-c…

Google Lens dining and translation filters roll out this week

Google is acting quickly on its plans to bring clever new filters to Lens. The search firm is starting to roll out its promised Dining and Translate filters to Lens on Android and iOS, giving you some potential time savers. Translate is like…

Beatport’s streaming service for DJs sends music directly to decks

DJs are used to lugging their music around on vinyl and less back-breaking external drives, but they soon might not need to bring much of anything for their next gig. Beatport recently introduced its $15 per month Link service that streams tra…

‘Minecraft’ has sold 176 million copies worldwide

Microsoft announced that it has sold 176 million copies of Minecraft, quite a big hop over the 156 million figure they revealed just seven months ago. Despite more buzz around games like Fortnite, Microsoft has kept the game fresh with things …

Motorola’s One Vision packs a cinematic screen and a clever camera

We’re not even halfway through 2019, but Motorola already has a handful of notable hardware launches under its belt. For its next trick, the Lenovo-owned brand is trotting out a fascinating, inexpensive smartphone — the Motorola One Vision &mda…