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Niantic confirms that Pokémon GO is getting PvP battles “soon”

Two and a half years after the launch of Pokémon GO, it’s still missing one major staple of the main series games: player versus player battling. That’s about to change. In a series of teaser tweets this morning, the company confirmed that the battle system is on the way, noting only that it’s “coming soon”. […]

Two and a half years after the launch of Pokémon GO, it’s still missing one major staple of the main series games: player versus player battling.

That’s about to change.

In a series of teaser tweets this morning, the company confirmed that the battle system is on the way, noting only that it’s “coming soon”.

Battling is the feature perhaps most demanded by the player base — particularly after the other oh-so-demanded feature, trading, was finally added around six months ago. While players have long been able to battle Pokémon stored in gyms, or work together to take down bigger/badder Pokémon that show up in raids, there’s never been the sort of real time, head-to-head battling system the series is so well known for.

In August of this year, a rep for Niantic mentioned that their goal was to get it out by the end of the year. Given this tweet, it’s looking like that’ll happen.

The Arlo security camera goes 4K

The Arlo line was something of a surprise hit for Netgear, causing the networking company to spin it off into its own business earlier this year. The Arlo ecosystem is one of the most robust in the smart security camera space, and now it’s getting something it had never had before: 4K. The new Arlo […]

The Arlo line was something of a surprise hit for Netgear, causing the networking company to spin it off into its own business earlier this year. The Arlo ecosystem is one of the most robust in the smart security camera space, and now it’s getting something it had never had before: 4K.

The new Arlo Ultra shoots in ultra high definition, with HDR image processing. At $400, it seems like — and likely is — overkill for most users. Do you need a 4K security camera? Almost certainly not. But there are some instances when getting the extra granular detail ultra high def affords could come in handy.

That price also gets you a free one-year subscription to Arlo’s Smart Premier service (worth $120), along with the Arlo SmartHub for connecting to home Wifi.

Beyond that, the Ultra also sports a 180-degree field of view and a built-in LED spotlight to get a better shot of dark views that night vision car offer. There are dual-mics on board as well, for two-way communications with active noise cancelation built in for clearer conversations.

The system will arrive in Q1 of next year.

Best new playlists, shows, and exclusives on Apple Music in November 2018

Each week we’ll bring you the best radio shows, playlists and exclusives that Apple Music has to offer!

Exclusives

This week, check out an exclusive interview between Apple Music’s Up Next artist H.E.R. and Beats 1 anchor Ebro Darden.

Ebro Darden and H.E.R. – Check it out!

Best of Beats 1

One of the best parts of Apple’s Beats 1 is the lineup of unique shows that the station has assembled. Apple Music subscribers can listen to each full episode on demand, or skip to the new playlist with tracks from that week’s show. This week, we’ve got new episodes from Vince Staples, Ezra Koenig, and Noisey.

Rocket Hour – On this week’s show, Elton John talks to rock band Greta Van Fleet, while playing music from Rosie Lowe, LANY, John Grant, and Brandi Carlile.

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The Echo Chamber – On the latest show, Mike D features readings from the Beastie Boys Book, with readings by Kim Gordon, Jarvis Cocker, LL Cool J, and Chuck D. Music includes work from Fela Ku…

Each week we'll bring you the best radio shows, playlists and exclusives that Apple Music has to offer!

Exclusives

This week, check out an exclusive interview between Apple Music's Up Next artist H.E.R. and Beats 1 anchor Ebro Darden.

Best of Beats 1

One of the best parts of Apple's Beats 1 is the lineup of unique shows that the station has assembled. Apple Music subscribers can listen to each full episode on demand, or skip to the new playlist with tracks from that week's show. This week, we've got new episodes from Vince Staples, Ezra Koenig, and Noisey.

  • Rocket Hour - On this week's show, Elton John talks to rock band Greta Van Fleet, while playing music from Rosie Lowe, LANY, John Grant, and Brandi Carlile.

  • The Echo Chamber - On the latest show, Mike D features readings from the Beastie Boys Book, with readings by Kim Gordon, Jarvis Cocker, LL Cool J, and Chuck D. Music includes work from Fela Kuti Nas, Joey Purp, and Quavo.

  • The Alligator Hour - Horror movie icon Elvira joins Josh for this week's show to play her favorite songs. The playlist includes work from Creedence Clearwater Revival, Aretha Franklin, Genoa Raven, and Johnny Cash.

Essential Playlists

Apple Music features a number of carefully curated playlists built both by its own experts as well as several influential publications and companies. These lists highlight the week's best music, interesting artists that you should be listening to, and more, and are constantly updated with fresh tracks.

Music playlists

  • Best of the Week - The Apple Music team has collected the week's biggest and best tracks into a new updating list. This week, enjoy music from Mark Ronson, benny blanco, Meek Mill, The 1975, and more. - Get the playlist
  • Headliners - These are the big tracks, fist-pumping anthems and crowd-pleasers, from artists like Imagine Dragons, The Killers, Mumford & Sons, and Royal Blood. - Get the playlist
  • R&B for the Holidays - Forget slow jams, these are snow jams, some of the best holiday hits from the R&B scene, including work from John Legend, Aloe Blacc, Mary J. Beige, and Alicia Keys. - Get the playlist

Video playlists

  • Today's Country Videos - Check out the top videos in country music with this playlist, currently featuring Kane Brown, Danielle Bradbery, Lee Brice, and Kacey Musgraves. - Get the playlist
  • Untitled Videos - The videos on this list can be hard to define, pushing the envelope and defying genre conventions, with videos from Sharon Van Etten, Mitski, Yaeji, and Empress Of. - Watch the list
  • Today's Chill Videos - Kick back and enjoy these videos full of chill music from the likes of Maribou State, Rhye, Ukiyo, Mansionair, and more. - Watch the list

Bookmark this page and check back next week for more from Apple Music!

AT&T details its streaming service plans as it weighs a sale of its Hulu stake

AT&T may be ready to sell its stake in Hulu, the company revealed in an analyst presentation on Thursday. The company currently owns a 10 percent stake in the service by way of WarnerMedia, as a result of its Time Warner acquisition. But AT&T today is running its own streaming services, including live TV service […]

AT&T may be ready to sell its stake in Hulu, the company revealed in an analyst presentation on Thursday. The company currently owns a 10 percent stake in the service by way of WarnerMedia, as a result of its Time Warner acquisition. But AT&T today is running its own streaming services, including live TV service DirecTV Now aimed at cord cutters, and a more lightweight WatchTV. It’s also preparing to launch yet another direct-to-consumer streaming service in 2019 that leverages its WarnerMedia properties.

The company offered a few more details about this new service during the presentation, noting that it will have three tiers of service.

The entry-level package will be focused on movies, followed by a premium service with original programming and “blockbuster movies.” The third service will include content from the first two tiers, then add an “extensive library of WarnerMedia and licensed content,” including classics, kids & family programing, comedy, and other theatrical releases and niche content.

The service will launch into beta in Q4 2019, AT&T said, and will complement WarnerMedia’s existing business. It will also work across devices, and will expand over time to include third-party content through partnerships.

As for selling its stake in Hulu, the company is “looking for opportunities to monetize assets” that are not essential to its current strategies, explained AT&T CFO John Stephens. He said the company was looking at its “minority investments in things like Sky México or Hulu or a variety of other things.”

The mention of the Hulu sale was a part of a larger discussion about paying down $18 billion of AT&T’s $20 billion in debt by the end of next year, which involved raising up $8 billion in cash by the sale of some assets. The Hulu stake could be worth up to $930 million, Variety notes.

Also of note was the company’s not-so-vague threat that WarnerMedia would not be renewing its licensing deals with rival streaming services when their rights expire.

Asked how the new direct-to-consumer effort will be able to compete with incumbents, WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey responded that over the next 18 to 24 months, “we’re going to see a pretty substantial structural shift that’s going to occur…some of the incumbents in that are in that space today should expect that their libraries are going to get a lot thinner,” he said.

“75 to 80 percent of their total viewing tonnage is sitting on a lot of that licensed content. So their pressure is they’ve got to make this pivot over the next 18 to 24 months to get people off of viewing the licensed content that maybe sits in our library or sits in a Disney/Fox library, and get it onto their own,” Stankey added.

The company believes that, over time, it will be able to bring in enough new subscribers to its streaming offers to offset the declines related to cord cutting, which is impacting its satellite TV company DirectTV. In Q3 2019, the company lost 359,000 net DirecTV subscribers as more consumers dropped pay TV in favor of streaming services, like Netflix.

 

This 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Station is down to just $43

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