tvOS 12.2.1 with bug fixes and improvements for Apple TV now available

Apple today is releasing tvOS 12.2.1 to all Apple TV users. The update focuses on bug fixes and comes following the public release of tvOS 12.2 last month. tvOS 12.2.1 is now rolling out to all users with a fourth-gen Apple TV or Apple TV 4K. from

Audible will now let you keep your membership credits for a full year

Audible is making some changes to its membership program and how it issues credits, which are used to buy audiobooks through the subscription service. Now, any credits earned through Audible will last up to one year, whereas previously they lasted only six months. from

Your Android phone’s volume key can unlock your Google account

Google just made two-step verification a little easier for Android users. Android phones running 7.0+ Nougat or newer can be used as a physical security key to confirm a user’s identity when logging into a Google account with the Chrome browser. from

Marvel developing Hawkeye miniseries with Jeremy Renner for Disney’s streaming service

Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye is the latest Marvel superhero to get his own miniseries on Disney’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+. The series will act as a “jumping off point” for Renner, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which confirmed the series was in development. from

Google will now let you use your Android phone to verify your logins

Google announced today that any phone running Android 7 or higher can now be used as a security key for two-factor authentication. So when you need a second device to verify your login, you can just use your phone. from

Apple reportedly will break out Music, Video, and Podcasts into separate apps in macOS 10.15

iTunes — the media management software that everyone loves to hate — may finally be dying. Apple is reportedly set to break up the software into separate Music, TV, and Podcasts apps in the next version of macOS, according to both Guilherme Rambo at 9to5Mac and Steve Troughton-Smith. from

House approves Save the Internet Act that would reinstate net neutrality

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives successfully pushed through a measure that would reinstate the same net neutrality rules that the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal in 2017. from

This is the first real picture of a black hole

Yes, it happened. After years of relying on computer-generated imagery, scientists using the Event Horizon Telescope have captured the first real image of a black hole. from

Sony finally allows PSN Online ID changes

After months of teasing and years of waiting, Sony is finally letting you change your PSN Online ID. As of later on April 10th (April 11th for Europe), all PlayStation 4 users can change their handles either on their console or through a web browser. from