Deezer’s lossless audio finally comes to Android, iOS and the web

The HiFi tier is normally $15 per month, although Deezer hopes to reel you in by offering it for free for the first 90 days if you sign up before the end of 2019. The challenge, as always, is the competition. Services like Tidal and Qobuz have their own high-quality options that may be enticing, and that’s provided you’re itching for higher-quality More...

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By Boston Journal On Saturday, November 16th, 2019

Future Focus – new commerce created by G-Libra Planet

“Taking blockchain as an important breakthrough for innovation of core technology, and accelerating the development of blockchain technology and industry innovation.”, which has become an important More...

By Boston Journal On Friday, November 8th, 2019

The Organelle is a music computer that can do almost anything

What is it? The Organelle is able to cover so much ground because it runs patches built in Pure Data (Pd), an open-source, visual-programming language focused on creating and manipulating audio. Now, these patches More...

By Boston Journal On Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

IKEA’s upcoming smart home shortcut button surfaces in FCC filing

You’ll need a Tradfri Gateway to use the shortcut button, and to connected devices (like smart lights or speakers), you’ll need the IKEA Home iOS or Android app. According to the user guide, shared More...

By Boston Journal On Saturday, October 19th, 2019

How to sling a cat through interstellar space

Extraterrestrial Languagesby Daniel Oberhaus Whether it’s Alf or the Xenomorphs hanging out just past the heliopause, we’ll have to make first contact with them at some point. But, how? Seriously, More...

By Boston Journal On Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

Facebook rejects Biden’s request to remove false Trump attack ad

The campaign said the claim in the ad “has been demonstrated to be completely false.” Politifact and, organizations that Facebook works with for fact checking, debunked the 30-second More...

By Boston Journal On Sunday, September 29th, 2019

The New York AG sues Dunkin Donuts over hacking charges

Need to take a break from the phrenetic action of modern first person shooters, maybe ge back to the simpler days where your all troubles could be solved with a simple axe cleaving? You, my friend, are in luck More...

By Boston Journal On Thursday, September 19th, 2019

Verizon will bring its 5G network to NYC on September 26th

If you live in New York, you’ll soon have the chance to see for yourself whether 5G is worth the hype. On Thursday, September 26th, Verizon (Engadget’s parent company) will expand its 5G network to More...

By Boston Journal On Monday, September 9th, 2019

Readers look back on Sega’s final console

Hardware Users were fond of the Dreamcast hardware — specifically the plethora of peripherals, along with the onboard LAN and CD playback. Jarcoz said that “the keyboard, mouse and VGA box — More...

By Boston Journal On Friday, August 30th, 2019

What made Nintendo fans love the 3DS?

Body The body of the 3DS features a similar clamshell design to that of the DS Lite or DSi, including a stylus hidden near the cartridge slot and a 320 x 240 touchscreen. Users were a little concerned about durability, More...