Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra Wants To Be The Next Selfie Phone!
The leak looks legit and this greatly suggests that the device will be tailored for the ultimate selfie experience. All three smartphones are expected to get unveiled either at the CES 2018 or the MWC 2018 in February.
On the premiere episode of Complex's Blueprint series in July, the former Interscope CEO commented on his life-long history of career-altering decisions. Time will tell what his next endeavor will may be, but it's completely understandable if the industry veteran takes his Beats bag and goes home.
LG unveils 4K projector capable of outputting 150-inch projection
There's no mention about ThinQ AI or Google Assistant, but you do get a bunch of streaming apps built roght into the projector. Considering the LG Full HD projectors top out at 2,000 lumens that's an impressive jump up for this beast of a unit.
Even though Iovine does not work under any official title in Apple, he has been taking care of Apple Music since its 2015 launch, and has a number of profitable negotiations to his credit, notes MacRumors.
While Apple Music-born out of Iovine and Dr. Dre's own Beats Music streaming service-has been successful, it has not become the market leader. Spotify is a good example of this as it is run by a Swedish programmer, who initially had no exposure to the music industry, notes Recode. He worked with top artists such as John Lennon, Bruce Springsteen, U2, and more. Iovine and Dre's relationship was chronicled in HBO's four-part documentary, The Defiant Ones. He hasn't said anything about leaving Apple, and the company is quiet, too. It was exactly this kind of approach that Steve Jobs built Apple on both in his original tenure in the 70s and 80s and after his return in 1996. The headphone brand was also complemented by Beats Music, itself an rebranded acquisition of the struggling MOG.
Flights to resume Friday at Kennedy Airport
With winter storms hitting a majority of the east coast, many flights to and from major airports have been canceled or delayed. Blizzard warnings and states of emergency were in wide effect, and wind gusts hit more than 70 miles per hour in some places.