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Bose invited us to New York City this week to preview their new ‘SoundTouch’ speakers and corresponding apps for iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. We were recently turned from Bose haters to fans by Bose’s Soundlink Mini Portable Bluetooth Speaker so we took them up on the offer.
The knee-jerk thing to do is to compare the SoundTouch idea to Sonos/app because on the surface, Bose’s app and stand alone speakers do the same thing: Play music via Wifi all over your house (also Airplay for iTunes and Apple device direct play is also included).
However, Bose differentiates in a small but profound way by going retro…
The idea is that after a long day at work or getting up in the morning, you don’t want to have to open your smartphone, browse to an app and dig through some music to find what you like. You’d rather just push a button on the speaker like you do on a car radio and hit a preset.
The Bose App lets you set up your speakers and play music over Wifi all over your house, but the differentiator is the six preset buttons on each device (notice on top). You can simply push a button walk away and in a second or two, music that you’ve preset is streaming to your speakers.
Setting these buttons is fairly straightforward in the app which can be done from any iOS or Android phone or tablet or from a Mac or PC.
It seems obvious, but it really changes the game.
During my hands on time I was able to set up stations within a few seconds and then push the hardware button on the top to begin playing what I’d set up. Moving stations around is very intuitive.
The Bose SoundTouch App is now available in the App Store for Free.
The SoundTouch app requires all new Bose hardware and boy do these things sound great. There are three different sized SoundTouch all-in-ones. The SoundTouch 30 ($700), SoundTouch 20 ($400), and SoundTouch 10 Portable ($400) which includes a Lithium ion battery giving it around 6 hours of free usage. Because these devices rely on Wifi rather than the more portable Bluetooth, taking this out of the house might be better suited to using the AUX port on the back rather than Airplay or the Bose App. The portable is something that you would put on your desk or by your bed. Meanwhile the 30 fills up a large room with a lot of really big, crisp sound. The 20 is better suited for medium or small rooms, kitchens, bathrooms basements or garages.
Bose is also updating its Wave Line to the new SoundTouch technology with new products that will hit the market this month.
But perhaps most interesting is something that looks like a Nest thermostat and is scheduled for an early 2014 release. Bose plans new indoor and outdoor speakers with a new round SoundTouch controller. I tried it briefly in their demo, and while not quite ready for prime time, it does have a unique interface for streaming music and controlling the house speaker systems.
Did I mention yet how good these things sound?
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A big part of any virtual entertainment experience is audio and how it’s delivered to the user. Done right, good sound is key to making sure your Netflix binging and gaming sessions are fun. However, not all audio is created equal. In order to truly experience 3D audio, one would need to spend a good chunk of money on the right headphones, DAC, and more. Or that was the case anyway. Now, there are apps out there that intelligently take traditional stereo audio and transform it into a 3D and spatial experience. Boom 3D is one such app, which includes a host of features while being light on the wallet. But how does Boom 3D help breathe life into your audio experience? Well, I have been using the Boom 3D app for the past few days, so let’s talk about it.Boom 3D: An Audio Experience for Headphones
Since Boom 3D has more features than 3D Audio, I have divided this article into various sections that talk about the app’s key features like the 31-Band equalizer, spatial tracking, and more. Depending on what you’re looking for, use the table below to navigate this guide.Boom 3D: Cut to the Chase
In a market with not a lot of options, Boom 3D comes as a solution that breathes life into sound. Using any pair of headphones, Boom 3D turns your stereo audio into a full 3D surround sound experience. Combine this with adjustable spatial sound, and this app is now a must-have for those looking to elevate their listening experience.
Audiophiles will greatly appreciate the 31-band massively customizable EQ (detailed below in the article) they can tinker with. Boom 3D also comes with added features like a worldwide radio and customizable presets. Topping it all off is an easy-to-use UI that packages the entire thing neatly. If you’re someone tired of the old audio ways and want to level up, it’s time to switch to Boom 3D.Boom 3D: Pros and Cons
PROS CONS System-Wide 3D Surround Sound N/A Works with any pair of headphones31 Band Equalizer; highly customizable Worldwide Radio Supported on Windows, Mac, Android, and iOSBoom 3D: Pricing and Platforms
I did think the pricing was a bit steep initially, but then I saw Boom 3D hosting a Christmas Sale, which effectively slashes the price down to $12.5 (discounted by 75%). As someone who loves only paying once and being done with it, along with this huge discount, it was a no-brainer buy for me. For those with commitment issues, Boom 3D even offers a free 30-day trial, so you can test out all the features. Once satisfied, simply buy the license and begin booming.Boom 3D: Set Up Experience
If you have used a nuanced EQ app, you must have gone through a grueling process that has you installing drivers and configuring things in an app thereafter. I have experienced the same, so naturally, I was a bit hesitant going into this review. Surprisingly, all Boom 3D requires is a download and an easy installation process. All the app needs from your side is a few taps and you’re there.
Once done, Boom 3D greets you with a video showcasing how a normal audio experience can easily transform into a 3D one. You can skip the demo video if you want but it’s kind of cool, so I recommend keeping it on. From then it is easy. All you need to do is navigate through the app and use it to your liking.Boom 3D: Key Features User Interface
Boom 3D has optimized its desktop app in a way that it can be used by both amateurs and professional users. I was greeted by a simple yet sleek window that was neatly divided into categories. Besides the handy Boom On/Off button and volume slider, the app has sections for its equalizer, presets, and 3D effects on the top taskbar.
Overall, I found the user interface of Boom 3D attractive and simple to use. As someone who knows just a fair bit about audio, I thought I would be overwhelmed by the app’s options. However, it’s obvious that the app makers have kept people like me in mind and created an experience for us.Built-in 31-Band Equalizer
While I’m not an expert in audio manipulation, I do love to customize and tinker with stuff. Fortunately, Boom 3D not only comes with 3D sound but a full-fledged equalizer that let me fully customize the sound experience. Remember the pre-sets I mentioned above? All of those are fully customizable and feature a whopping 31 Band EQ control panel.3D Audio and Spatial Tracking
A big gripe with most headphones is that they are restricted to a traditional stereo setup. For those unaware, a stereo setup is basically when the audio comes from a traditional left-right scenario. To experience 3D audio and spatial sound without an app, one would need to buy an expensive pair of headphones like AirPods. However, Boom 3D comes with 3D surround sound support natively. In short, the Boom 3D app enables you to experience audio that feels like it’s coming from all around you.
How Does Boom 3D Bring Surround Sound to Your Headphones? Let me explain.
Once I was done being amazed, I did contact Boom 3D asking how they achieved this. Global Delight uses what it calls a patented sound staging algorithm that can transform any pair of headphones into a 3D one. This algorithm not only works system-wide but even across platforms and onto macOS as mentioned above.Perfect for Entertainment
Now naturally, a big part of consuming entertainment is audio. From a sci-fi experience like Interstellar to even a show like Friends, I like good sound. Netflix recently announced the availability of spatial audio in select content. However, as mentioned one would need high-end headphones for them. Luckily, Boom 3D’s spatial sound is system-wide and applied here too.
Throughout my time with Boom 3D on Netflix, I had lots of fun as my audio experience was turned into something new. Now, to be honest, the change was a little weird at first since I am not used to 3D audio. However, I quickly got accustomed to it, as I practically heard sounds from everywhere in movies and TV shows.Worldwide Radio Support
Besides all its audio capabilities, Boom 3D comes with a functionality that a few still might care about. The app comes with a radio player that has more than 20,000 stations. As someone who does listen to the nostalgia box from time to time, this is a welcome feature. The stations have been divided into categories, including by country.High-Quality Surround Sound on Mac Too
While I use Windows as my daily driver, I did install Boom 3D on macOS to see if its benefits are present for Apple users too. And indeed, Boom 3D does offer 3D and spatial audio support on macOS. And this is good timing, as Apple’s announcement of spatial audio on selected music content means you can reap the app’s benefits here.
The best part is that you can use any old pair of headphones and don’t really need to shell out money. As before, macOS users can use the Boom 3D app to fine-tune this virtual surround sound feel by setting the system on/off, adjusting intensity, and even adjusting subwoofer volume. macOS users even get a Boom volume booster function that safely increases the volume beyond its limit for a better experience. So if you’re someone on macOS, go ahead and try it out.Boom for iPhone and Android Phones
While Boom is an excellent audio companion for PCs, there are times when you need to go mobile. For those times and more, Boom has a dedicated app that doubles up as a music player for your phone. Available on iPhone or Android phones, Boom: Bass Booster & Equalizer does what it says. The app recognizes and syncs your tracks from Apple Music and even has a partnership with Tidal for you to stream your music from there.Boom 3D Is Here to Level up Your Audio Game
Download Boom 3D on Windows and Mac
Through 2005, the secondhand server market will account for less than 5 percent of installed production platforms. In a buyer’s market, as server platforms become more commoditized, they become easily substituted; therefore, secondhand value will deteriorate nearer to 35 percent to 40 percent compounded (from about 25 percent) per year.
However, the secondhand market will pressure server vendors to reduce margins and increase discounts as platforms become less differentiable. Likewise, the inventory of computer scrap is becoming more of an issue for vendors. Purchase decisions for electronic devices are increasingly influenced by environmental concerns.
In Germany, for example, legislation has been enacted that forces computer manufacturers to recycle existing equipment when upgrading a customer to new systems. In many companies worldwide, waste disposal and resource preservation issues are being made high priorities. We expect component recycling and reuse to become more of a manufacturer’s legal requirement and this, too, will increase the cost of goods and erode margins.
From 2002, despite the global economic recovery, we do not expect hardware prices to recover or the secondhand market to be an attractive proposition for production platforms.
We believe users should not consider the secondhand market for production systems, because this will have negative warranty, maintenance, and service-level impact, as well as increased costs. Although discounts may initially look attractive, users must balance potential savings against increased risks and opportunity costs. These include difficulty in finding particular configurations or current product lines, and unpredictable time-to-in-service-deployment (due to shipping, reinstallation, and vendor certification).
We recommend targeting any savings toward improving infrastructure planning and developing more unified (e.g., replicable) platforms and services, thereby minimizing future integration and life-cycle costs. However, legitimate refurbished or resold hardware from the vendor or its channels is a viable option.
The following is a summary checklist of the potential savings from street prices and the levels of risk from different channels of the secondhand hardware. These are:
Refurbished platforms from the manufacturer: Using traditional ex-demo or evaluation (refurbished) hardware is a good way of saving. The technology may not be the hottest from the manufacturer (almost always it’s the previous season’s stock), but some savings can be had. Additionally, complex projects that require a consistent platform deployed to many sites during a set time frame will require a level of consistency not provided by the piecemeal availability of refurbished hardware. However, point-project or development platforms can only be fulfilled using this source if a full warranty is provided.
In-channel used inventory with reseller warranty: In-channel inventory returned to a dealer or distributor is fine if not opened! However, any other condition moves the warranty from the manufacture to the dealer on a case-by-case basis with the dealer or distributor. This secondhand market should not be encouraged, as users will be too exposed to the dealer’s support without necessary escalation to the manufacturer.
Brokerage with limited warranty: A secondhand dealer will not be able to support the platforms at all, even though upfront costs may be attractive. Brokers should not be considered for infrastructure platforms.
Auction with hardware at reduced book value: A limited sale or return warranty may be available from the auction house, but the risk associated with this as a source of secondhand hardware is too high.
Cold call from brokerage “one-off offer”: These offers by cold call that appear too good to be true are. Clients should not consider this as a source of secondhand platforms.
Infrastructure planning and development staff should assist traditional finance procurement departments in assessing the cost of the secondhand hardware. A glut of nearly new hardware is available on the market that looks attractive to finance departments (compared to new), but several issues must be considered when using secondhand hardware for production platforms. These are:
E-business fit: The rules for secondhand platforms align to the e-business platform layers. Too much risk is associated with secondhand hardware for production database and application server platforms. Extreme caution must be used for commoditized Web servers. In-house development systems are a legitimate target for secondhand hardware has long as the management and risk is addressed by the developer community or infrastructure operations.
Mechanical devices – storage and printers: The nearly new disk tape and printer market may appear lucrative, but the sheer nature of these devices is purely mechanical. No easy way of tracking previous use exists.
Non-transferable warranty: Infrastructure is not like a car! The warranty is generally not transferable from dealership to dealership or owner to owner. Therefore, any secondhand hardware must be from a legitimate channel. Risk-takers using secondhand hardware in production environments will be exposed to unsupported infrastructure with invalid warranties that offset potential savings.
Service levels and maintenance, risk reduction: Non-maintained or out-of-warranty hardware is at high risk when setting service-level agreements. The client’s support channel will not set support levels on illegitimate hardware, and non-declaration will invalidate any support contract. This will also affect any legitimate hardware and software licenses from the vendor in client infrastructure portfolios.
It is natural that finance departments will be attracted to secondhand hardware savings. But to expect them to select the best-used platforms and best fit for infrastructure layers from the best source is unrealistic. Infrastructure developers must assist finance departments in selecting the equipment and determining the true overall cost.
Business Impact:In general, users should not consider the secondhand hardware market for production systems. They should, however, leverage the surplus in the resale channel to strengthen their hardware platform negotiations. Vendors’ surpluses and refurbishments with full warranty can be considered for internal or development systems.
Bottom Line: The initial savings of secondhand hardware is offset by the cost of integration and maintenance (including hidden opportunity costs).
Philip Dawson is a consultant for META Group, an IT consulting firm based in Stamford, Conn.
We recommend True Image for SMB and pro-sumers, and the anti-ransomware features will be of value to some, but the average user might be better off with something easier and more lightweight.
It would be quite easy to simply say that Acronis True Image 2023 New Generation is the best backup program; It’s the fastest all-around imaging program we’ve tested, it’s dead reliable, and it sports every imaginable option. But backup in the real world isn’t about feature sets. While we love True Image in the enterprise or SMB venues, its heavy system footprint and cornucopia of options are likely a wee bit much for the home user.Design and features
True Image 2023 has an attractive interface that’s relatively easy to use—once you’re familiar with it. It’s light years better than it was before a re-design several years ago, but there are still little oddities, such as thin scroll bars with light-colored sliders on a dark background (the exact opposite of the Windows standard) that require more cognitive effort than they should.
It’s pretty, but don’t grab the dark portion of the slider—that’s the background. Little time-wasters like this appear throughout the interface.
Design oddities or no, True Image 2023 is a titan when it comes to features. In addition to imaging your system, whole disks, partitions, and groups of files, there’s a boot-time startup recovery option and an optional hidden partition for images. There’s every conceivable backup option: incremental, differential, super flexible scheduling, pre/post operation commands, email notifications, just to name a few. There’s also a one-way (mirroring) function for syncing a folder to a destination, as well as client apps for your mobile devices to keep those backed up.
Those are just the features in the Essential version, which costs $50. The $40-yearly Plus version offers 50GB of online storage as well as backup of your Facebook page, phone support, and updates. The $100-yearly Premium version ups that to 1TB of online storage plus Active Protection, which checks images and the program itself to see if anything has been altered, to fend off ransomware. Those prices reflect that fact that the Plus and Premium versions are true subscription software—only the restore functions are available if you don’t re-up. $30 will buy you the local backup features in perpetuity.
Acronis Active Protection is a hedge against ransomware, but it’s available only in the $100 Premium version.
The Premium version also features Asign (not a misspelling), which signs your backups for authentication and stores the record with Blockchain, an online service and repository for digital assets. (Note that blockchain, or block chains, also refers to the technology/methodology employed—the company simply uses the name.)
All True Image versions provide bootable recovery media with the ability to restore to dissimilar hardware, i.e., not the same type of hardware that the backup was created on.
Be careful buying True Image. When Acronis says subscription, they mean it. A perpetual license is another $30.Performance
On the other hand, True Image’s speed and hefty feature set come with a price: a whopping six processes running in the background by default. While any performance hit will largely be unnoticeable in a relatively modern, multi-core system, loading them noticeably lengthened our boot times. There’s a lot of stuff in the system tray as well. We’d very much like the ability to configure True Image to use less resources and keep a lower profile.
No two apps are made alike and this applies to social media apps as well. Although TikTok has managed to garner a huge audience around the globe by serving short-form videos, the platform has currently been put under a scanner after concerns regarding the privacy of its users and data security.
With the world living in isolation, the absence of a video sharing platform like TikTok might affect a ton of people and if you’re already wondering if TikTok might get banned in the region that you reside in, then you should prepare yourself to move away from it.
Regardless of whether you’re passing your time by scrolling through a feed of videos or you’re someone who makes those videos and you want to do either of them without depending on Facebook-made services or without settling for an unestablished platform, then Snapchat is something you should consider. If you’re wondering if Snapchat Chinese-made and if you can depend on it, then this post should help you figure it out.
Related: Should you delete TikTok?
Is Snapchat a Chinese App?
No. Snapchat is developed by Snap Inc., an American company based in Santa Monica, California.
Not only is Snapchat a non-China-based app, but the platform is also actually banned in China along with a bunch of other social media apps like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and others. This is because China censors most of the things online as a means to prevent views from the rest of the world affect their own people.
Snapchat vs TikTok
While it started as a personal messaging app with self-destructing images and videos, overtime the app has gained several social media features, most of which have also inspired other platforms.
Just like TikTok, Snapchat also lets you post short-form videos inside Stories, that can then be broadcasted to everyone who follows you. You can create a sequence of “stories” in chronological order to attract more audience and your videos will then be available on your followers’ screens, like videos in TikTok’s “Following” tab.
Swipe left from the camera on Snapchat and you’ll be taken to the Discover page that lets you view clips from popular publishers like major brands and influencers, some of which might also be based on your interests. If you ever used TikTok, you’d understand that Snapchat’s Discover page correlates to the former’s “For you” page, showing you broadcasted stories from top brands, content creators and influencers.
Why did TikTok get banned
At the end of last month, India, TikTok’s biggest international market, decided to implement a ban on the social video-sharing platform along with a bunch of other China-based applications.
At the time, India’s IT Ministry officially confirmed that such a move was taken after TikTok and other Chinese apps were found to be “engaged in activities, prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India” and that there were concerns of data security and user privacy.
Following the India ban, the US government is also reportedly considering a ban on TikTok and other Chinese apps, after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested that this was a serious concern to the country as well. Such a move will further heighten the tension between the US and China which previously suffered over concerns reviving around trade, technology, and national security.
Will Snapchat get banned?
If you haven’t yet learned in your many years online, you should know that nothing available online is fully safe and secure. That applies to Snapchat as well which has, in the past, found itself amidst several controversies.
In its years of existence, the platform has been found to have security vulnerabilities, misrepresented privacy and user confidentiality policies, calling out India and Spain as “poor” markets, doctoring growth metrics, and more. Like TikTok, Snapchat has also been reported to spy on its users after Snap employees were found to abuse their power to access Snapchat user data.
Snapchat’s most recent controversy involves the app is being used for disseminating revenge porn of underage girls and how its self-destructing message creation allows assailants to share and spread nonconsensual, pornographic content without any consequences.
Although the government’s main focus is to clear out Chinese apps like TikTok for now, there’s no guarantee that Snapchat might not get banned by authorities around the world.
How to get TikTok despite the ban
After reading all of this, if you’re still looking for ways to use TikTok, then you might want to use Chinese TikTok. Just like Tencent has the Weixin app instead of WeChat for its native Chinese users, TikTok’s parent company ByteDance also has a China-only version of TikTok called Douyin.
Douyin is the official version of TikTok in China with over 400 million daily active users, that’s over two-thirds of the mobile social network space in China. If you wish to try Douyin, we have already prepared a guide for you to download and get the Chinese TikTok on your phone.
▶ How to get Chinese TikTok
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Tasker – For creating a working APK with zero codeTasker + QPython3 – For building better apps
If you’ve seen my post on Python for Android, then you’ll know that another easy way to build some basic applications for Android is with QPython3. Only problem is that it’s inconvenient at best to make these into APKs…
Fortunately though, we can get Tasker and QPython3 to work together thanks to another plugin called QPython Plugin for Tasker. This one isn’t free – it’s £2.79GDP, so should be around $3.45USD – but it works well and if you enjoy nerdily hacking your phone, then you might find it’s worth it! QPython3 itself is free on the other hand and can be downloaded from the Play Store. It’s one of the easiest ways to dip your toes into a bit of programming on an Android device and I highly recommend giving it a go.
This will allow you to run Python scripts from your Tasker profiles. It’s a very powerful combination!
With QPython Plugin for Tasker, you can then add a task that will launch any of your QPython3 scripts. If you then package that task as an APK, you’ve then given yourself a convenient way of quickly launching your scripts to play games, access calculators and databases or automatically do some web scraping…
What else can we do with this pairing? Well, using the Python Android Scripting Layer for instance it is possible to access some additional hardware functionality. Whenever I think of automation and technology, I tend to think of Jarvis from Iron Man. So, for example then, we could get it to welcome us when we boot the phone.
The following script will say ‘Hello Adam’:
Codeimport sl4a droid = sl4a.Android() Tasker + QPython3 + IFTTT – For reading out your Tweets
Codeimport sl4a droid = sl4a.Android() file = open(“/mnt/sdcard/message.txt”, “r”) droid.ttsSpeak(file.read()) file.close
I saved mine as ‘readtweet.py’. To learn more about saving and opening files, check out this resource.
You’ll need to grab yourself another plugin from the PlayStore, this time called ‘AutoNotification’. This is going to let us read the text of our notifications; otherwise Tasker is limited to reading only the titles of notifications. Note: AutoNotification is not free, but if you just want to test it out, then you can try it for 7 days.
Choose ‘%antextbig’ to get the full text from a Tweet
With this done, we can now create a context that will intercept notifications (make sure to set the app to IFTTT) and then use a task that will write our chúng tôi file (with ‘Append’ off, so that each new Tweet erases the previous one) and then run the chúng tôi script using QPyPlugin. You want to make sure that the file you create uses the string variable ‘%antextbig’ which is going to give you just the body of the notification when expanded.
Give it a try – Tweet something with the hashtag ‘sendtophone’ and after a couple of seconds, it will be read out in eerie computer voice on your phone!
This isn’t a particularly useful tool (unless you just want to creep people out) but you can use the same process to do all kinds of other funky things. For example, if you want to make sure you don’t miss Tweets that you’re mentioned in, then you could change the IFTTT applet so that it’s Tweets that mention you that get retweeted.
The current set-up has a limitation, which is that it will read out any IFTTT notification, which becomes an issue if you have multiple applets running. A simple solution would be to look for the contents of the string (either in Tasker or in QPython3) or to only trigger the sequence if the title is correct.
If you want to use your phone as a secret recording device then you could make a similar set-up where a certain Tweet would trigger and script that turns on the microphone and saves the file in a specific location.
Codepip install BeautifulSoup pip install requests
Now, head back into the editor as usual and type out the following code:
Codeimport requests from BeautifulSoup import BeautifulSoup response = requests.get(url) html = response.content soup = BeautifulSoup(html) print (soup.prettify()) file = open(“/mnt/sdcard/sync/androidauthoritytoday.htm”, “w”) file.write(soup.prettify()) file.close
What we’re doing here is to grab the front page of Android Authority and then ‘beautify it’ before printing it to the screen and saving it as a HTML file that we can open in a browser. I’ve created a new folder called ‘sync’ and you’ll need to do the same (or choose an existing folder on your device).
Spitting out some HTML
BeautifulSoup is an incredibly useful tool and we can use it to do much more complex scraping – with a little hijinks you could easily enough get it to grab the latest scores from your favorite sport, the news headlines etc. For a great and super in-depth introduction to web scraping with Python, check out this post.
So where does Dropbox come in? Well, that’s how you’re going to synchronize your folders. Just install the Dropbox app and then find another app called Dropsync. For the basic functionality, this app is free. Basically, this app allows you to get Dropbox to work as it does on your PC; so that files saved in a particular folder will instantly be synchronized and uploaded.
Choose the folder you created to store your scraped web page into and make sure that you allow DropSync to work on 4G and to sync regularly if you want to keep it up-to-date. Of course, that means you also need to avoid storing any large files in here though!
Now, by using Tasker to trigger the Python script to run at regular intervals, you can get the latest news from your favorite site stored in the cloud on a daily basis.
And there’s way more you can do with just a few extra tricks and tweaks. For example, you could automate a social media channel by using Twython (a Python library that works with Twitter) in order to post the information you scrape!Conclusion
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