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Apple AirPods can act like basic hearing aids with this feature


Apple has prided itself in being able to integrate accessibility features into its products. One hidden feature available in AirPods will turn these accessories into a basic hearing aid. Called Live Listen, the feature uses the mic on your iPhone to pick up what’s being said around you and then feeds the audio right into your AirPods. So, you can place your iPhone near the person you’re talking to and catch what they’re saying easily. 

You can access Live Listen through the settings on your iPhone. Head to Control Center and then Customize Controls. Tap on the green + button next to Hearing and add this to your control center list. To use it, swipe down from the top-right of the screen while in the home screen on an iPhone X or newer or swipe from the bottom on older iPhones to get to the ear icon. Make sure you’re wearing your AirPods. From there, tap on the Live Listen option. 

Source: CNBC


Soon you’ll be able to mute and block artists you don’t like on Spotify

Right now you can only tell Spotify you don't like an artist through personalized playlists like Release Radar

Spotify first tried introducing this feature back in 2017 but decided against it “after serious consideration.” But the company looks like it’s reversing its decision. The company is currently testing this “don’t play this artist” feature in its newest iOS app. It’ll let you block an entire artist from appearing in your library, playlist, chart list, or even radio stations on your Spotify account. So, if you’d rather not hear from an artist you don’t like or are protesting against. You’ll soon be able to block them out, hopefully on a lot of platforms Spotify is available on.

Source: The Verge  


Dyson launches new Pure Hot+Cool purifier with improved filtration and total room cleaning

Dyson continues to innovate in the indoor purifier and fan and heater speace. The new Dyson Pure Hot+Cool is the only purifier with the ability to clean a whole room properly, with upgraded heating and cooling functions, new sensors, a LCD screen, and better filtration ideal for these frigid Canadian winters! This new Pure Hot+Cool purifier offers year-round whole room air purification that delivers heating in the winter and personal cooling in the summer.

This launch represents a significant step for Dyson as we now have over 605,000 connected purifiers and have collected 2.5 billion data points, making us one of the largest international networks of indoor air quality monitors in the world.

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Chevrolet helps promote ‘The Lego Movie 2’ with full-size Silverado truck made out of Lego bricks

The Lego Movie 2 is about to come out and in it there will be a small Chevrolet Silverado. To celebrate this partnership, Chevy collaborated with students from Oxford Community School and Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary to build a one-for-one rendition of the 2019 Silverado 1500 LT Trailboss using Lego bricks. What did it take to bring this project to life? It took 18 people, 334,544 pieces, and over 2,000 hours of assembly. It looks almost like the actual car. Its lights even turn on and off. What you can’t do with it is drive away with it, unfortunately. 

Source: Engadget